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These projects strive to engage the communities in which they could exist, connect users with their relative environMENT, and perform as systems to efficiently appropriate resources natural and fabricated.

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SOLAR DECATHLON

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CONCERT STAGING

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JACOB DALE

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A problem solver that enjoys working with creative teams to conquer challenges and achieve production goals. EXPERIENCE Designer / Intern Architect 2011 to 2013 Seidel + Associates San Antonio, TX -Assisted Donald Seidel, R.A. in all facets of a dynamic commercial and residential architecture practice. -Active design partner in the 2014 San Antonio Zootennial Restaurant project. -Participated in all project phases including: weekly client meetings, conceptual & preliminary design, design development, interior design, finish selections, construction documents, permitting, and RFIs. Project Manager (CDs & Marketing Documents) 2006 to 2007 Blufish Residential Planning and Design Studio Austin, TX -Managed construction documents for Morrison Homes, Armadillo Homes, and several custom homebuilders. -Acted as the point of contact for all plan portfolio changes and revisions for Morisson Homes. -Directly assisted the principal in all facets of the design process through construction administration. Participated in design charettes and client meetings. Project Manager 2005 to 2006 Corea Design-Build Austin TX -Coordinated bidding, design, and project management for residential remodel projects.

Solar Decathlon 2005 Team Member 2004 to 2005 University of Texas at Austin -Voluntarily participated for over a year in a Graduate Student team that built a prototype solar-powered modular house in Austin, TX. -Was chosen to be part of the team to travel to Washington, D.C. and reassemble the house on the National Mall for international competition. -Reassembled the house on the National Mall in for international competition. Carpenter 2005 Driftwood Designs- Austin & Boerne, TX -Directly assisted the Lead Carpenter in the construction of a single-family residence, custom hardwood floor installations, and commercial tenant finish-outs. Project Manager & Founding Partner 2004 Roscoe Properties- Austin, TX -Co-founded a real estate management company to control the acquisition, renovation, and leasing of 17 multifamily properties. -Managed all renovation projects. -Coordinated contractor hiring and scheduling. -Verified punch list completion. -Managed lease-up promotional events. -Negotiated and all lease contracts.

FORMAL EDUCATION Master始s Degree in Architecture May 2013 University of Texas at San Antonio College of Architecture Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Technical Design for the Stage December 2003 Texas State University at San Marcos, TX Honors High School Diploma with specialization in Architectural Drafting May 1999 Science Academy of South Texas Mercedes, TX Eagle Scout Rank 1999 Boy Scouts of America -Excelled in 9 years of extensive leadership, community service, teamwork, and survival training.

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Design for Aging AIA-NYC Urban Green Council USGBC-NYC

Since May 2013 Since December 2012

PARALLEL EXPERIENCE Tour Guide 2010 to 2012 Rio San Antonio Cruises San Antonio, TX -Educated & entertained tourists with historic architectural boat tours along the San Antonio Riverwalk. Freelance Scenic & Charge Artist 2008 to 2009 Zach Scott Theatre Austin, TX -Directed scenic artists in painting the set for Caroline or Change to the specifications of the set designer. State Theatre of Alabama Montgomery, AL -Painted the sets for Charlotte’s Web and A Christmas Carol. University of Texas Performing Arts Center Austin, TX -Assisted charge artist Karen Maness in painting the set for the Opera of Hansel and Gretel. Artisan 2008 In Your Space Collaborative Arts Austin, TX - Collaborated with a team of skilled artisans in creating high-end murals and finishes for commercial and residential clients in central Texas.

PERFORMANCE EXPERIENCE +YEARS

SKILLS +

Committee Member Active Member

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Photography Assistant 2008 Spirit Essence Photography Nationwide Tour -Coordinated transportation, site organization, and file management for the photo documentation of: Yoga Journal Conference 2008- San Francisco, CA & Anusara Yoga “Light the Sky” World Tour 2008 Stage Technician, Rigger, Carpenter, Fork Operator 2004 to 2010 Erwin Center for Performing Arts- Austin, TX - Constructed concert and event staging for touring acts including Tool, Dolly Parton, Kanye West, Trans Siberian Orchestra, and many others. Assistant Technical Director- On Tour Summer Internship 2003 Spectrum Staging- Minneapolis, MN -Directed crews of stage technicians in the assembly and disassembly of concert staging for summer outdoor music festivals including: Bob Dylan Tour, Bumbershoot Festival; R.E.M., Modest Mouse, Pat Benatar, and many others. Scenic Painting Teacher’s Assistant & Scene Shop Assistant Fall & Spring 2003 Texas State University- San Marcos, TX -Conducted scenic art lessons, taught basic carpentry, and metalwork skills. -Supervised build projects with an eye for safety management.

Vectorworks

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CONTINUING EDUCATION TEX FAB 3.0 Digital Fabrication Lectures & Workshop- San Antonio, TX - May 2012 -Improved Rhinoceros 3D, and Grasshopper skills in a two day workshop.

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Watercolor Painting Course- Southwest School of Arts- San Antonio, TX- Spring 2011 -Improved watercolor painting skills using ‘wet-on-wet’ techniques. (30 hrs)

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Scenic Artists Training Cobalt Studios- White Lake, NY 2008- (2) week-long courses in: -Furnishing Your Backdrop with S. Crabtree- improved painting skills with respect to light, shadow, and bounce light. -Painting Interior Marble Finishes with R. Keebler- practiced the art of “Beerglazing” using pure pigment, beer, and shellac to achieve realistic faux finishes.

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AutoDesk Certified Training- Austin Community College- Austin, TX -AutoCAD 2007 Advanced 24 hr C.E.C.-August 2006 -AutoCAD 2006 Fundamentals 40 hr C.E.C.-June 2005

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MELOGOLD ARBOR (1 of 4) CONTEXTUAL & SITE IMAGERY

MODELING


elogold Arbor is a solution to the growing need for specialized facilities that cater to individuals and their families coping with dementia diagnosis.

Located on a 3.5 acre lakeside site in Brownsville Texas, the 59,000 SF campus allows exposure to the natural surroundings. Each of the three wings of the building connect to a town center that supports elder-community services and social activities.

MELOGOLD ARBOR (2 of 4)

A customizable second-skin of panels allows the building to reflect unique preferences and personalities of the residents.

Melogold Arbor_ Dementia Care Graduate Project 2013 SITE & PLANS

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VAPORATIVE COOLING OF A PREVAILING SOUTHEAST WIND ACROSS A BODY OF WATER WAS HARNESSED TO PASSIVELY COOL THE OUTDOOR SPACES OF THE SITE. CORRIDORS THROUGH THE MAIN VOLUMES ALLOW COOLING BREEZES TO TRAVEL THROUGH THE INTERNAL COURTYARDS.

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DEEP SOUTH OVERHANGS PROVIDE SHADE FOR RESIDENTS, WHILE DIRECTING BREEZES ACROSS BUILDINGS SURFACES TO RADIATE HEAT PRODUCED BY INTERNAL THERMAL LOAD.

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TECHNICAL DRAWINGS


andscape for Learning is a K-12 campus that reclaims asphalt parking lots to produce a protected courtyard within an urban landscape.

The orientation of the campus aligns with a historic neighborhood along a tree covered pedestrian pathway to connect visually with the San Antonio Riverwalk. A collaborative proposal by graduate students: Jacob Dale, Sophia KarbachMorales, and Melisa Speck.

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The stepped form of the building breaks down the mass, appearing as a village of buildings to compliment the historic community, and to help relate to the human scale of youth and pedestrians.

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BLDG A 73,000  SF

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2,700 x  2  Levels =  5,400  SF

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LANDSCAPE FOR  LEARNING

CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT


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ontinous pursuit of a design that related to its surroundings was supported by repeated visits to the site and surrounding neighborhood.

producing sketch after sketch helped to illustrate to the team what the common vision for the project would be. a centralized landscape that looked upon an iconic building was the goal.

LANDSCAPE 4 LEARNING (4 of 4)

what became the central administrative building surrounded by supporting program, allows students to relate to belonging to a protected village within an urban environment.

Landscape 4 Learning

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PV PODS The PODS allow for rapid setup and rapid dismantle, ideal for storm preparedness and quick energy for disaster relief. The photovoltaic array is mounted on a network of water filled ballasts that rest atop of the existing roof surface

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HISTORIC MATERIALS CONCEPTUAL IMAGE

Local Materials

Promotion of Adaptive use

Preserving the historic integrity of structures found on Galveston island allows for the community to be self sufficient in the sourcing of materials

GREEN ROOF

Restoration of the Sears building and reuse of materials found in the island provide residents a local building resource. In addition,ample existing storefront windows allow opportunities for display of unique product offerings SERVICE ALLEY

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CENTER FOR COASTAL HERITAGE (1 of 2)

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Vegetation on the roof surface acts as a natural radiant barrier for the building envelope. The sofened surface doubles in function serving as social space for community events

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Tubular Skylights

TRANSPORTATION Incorporating tubular skylights will allow the core of the building to obtain natural sunlight and minimize the use of electrical lighting

Permeable Paving

Water Run Off

Mitigates storm water run off and reduces heat island effect from paved surfaces. In areas where larger vehicles frequent, bricks with minimal surface areas will be incorporated.

A vegetated buffer zone will serve as an at grade transition area that will allow for excess water to gradually seep into the water table

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RENDERING COURTESY 2011 FIELD SCHOOL

HISTORIC IMAGE TO PROPOSAL

DIGITAL MODEL


CENTER FOR COASTAL HERITAGE (2 of 2)

enter for Coastal Heritage sets the stage for the acquisition, preservation, and adaptive reuse of an original Sear’s building in Galveston, TX designed in Art Deco in 1934. Created under the guidance of the Galveston Historic Foundation, this is A proposal by Jacob Dale and Joel Bost, assisted by Denise Castillo and Nick Melde.

The building is repurposed to support the success of Galveston Historic Foundation operations: Architectural Salvage Showroom, Historic Architectural Artifact Archives and Museum, and the University of Texas Architectural Preservation Field School.

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Today, the building has been occupied by the G.H.F. and they are moving forward with the vision of this proposal.

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DIESEL GROVE (1 of 2)

CONTEXUAL IMAGERY

CONCEPTUALIZATION PROCESS


iesel grove illustrates the potential for algaefuel technology to produce more fuel per acre than corn based ethanol production. A design submittal to the Arid Lands Institute- Drylands Competition of 2011.

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19 acre

MARFA, TX pop. 2000

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SCREENED WASTEWATER

90 acre

PHASE 3 300 acre

ALGAE=1850 gallons oil per acre/yr. CORN=15 gallons oil per acre/yr.

DIESEL GROVE (2 of 2)

EXISTING WASTEWATER SETTLING PONDS

The proposed facility acquires wastewater from a municipality and uses it as nutrient medium for the production of Algae Bio Diesel within a photobioreactor process. Through photosyntheses algae sequesters carbon from the atmosphere. This proposal attempts to break the energy/water nexus by utilizing ‘blackwater’ and abundant sunshine to provide a renewable fuel source at the point of consumption on an international trucking route.

Diesel Grove- Fuel Facility Fall 2011

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SOLAR PAVILLION (1 of 2)

CONTEXTUAL IMAGERY

SKETCH MODEL

STRUCTURE TEMPLATE


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olar pavilion/ farmer’s market is A design proposal for a roof structure that responds to the high desert climatic conditions of Marfa, TX.

SOLAR PAVILLION (2 of 2)

a cassegrain solar collector harnesses energy by concentrating direct sunlight onto a heat transfer conduit. An ammonia or emulsified salt solution can be passed through this structure to a heat transfer station where the energy can be stored and used to regulate temperature in municipal structures during cold nights. The structure doubles as a pavilion that can be used as a covered outdoor public events space. The community will be reminded of their collective investment in the pavilion, as it shades them from direct sunlight and provides a cool place to host farmer’s markets and local food trucks.

Solar Pavillion/ Farmer’s Market Fall 2011

STUDY MODEL & RENDERING

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MERCHANT BRIDGE (1 of 2)

CONCEPT SKETCH

CONTEXTUAL PHOTOS & SKETCH

SITE DISCOVERY

SKETCH MODEL


esigner’s were challenged to select an underutilized existing building or urban lot and propose an adaptive re-use of the site. A narrow lot 30’ x 130’ flanked by two tall corporate hotels was selected in downtown San Antonio. Merchant Bridge proposes a transition between an economically vibrant river-level pedestrian environment, known as ‘The Riverwalk’, to a bustling streetlevel pedestrian environment with limited commercial opportunity. Merchant stalls of 10’x 20’ are made available as an economic bridge for retail startups.

MERCHANT BRIDGE (2 of 2)

The scale of these proposed tenant spaces exists in intentional contrast to an existing largescale ‘corporate’ development model.

Merchant Bridge

Spring 2011

STUDY MODEL & RENDERING

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CONCEPT MODEL

ATELIER ADJAYE (1 of 2)


telier Adjaye is born of David Adjaye’s close ties with and inspiration drawn from the fine arts. The charge for this project was to research a ‘starcitect’, their work, and design process, in designing a personalized studio.

An art studio and a drawing studio intersect to produce a dynamic creative space. Large amounts of glazing on the North of the building serve to fill the space with natural light. The drawing studio provides a personal retreat for19|20 Adjaye from a busy international career.

ATELIER ADJAYE (2 of 2)

The art studio allows space for creative expression and the potential to work one-on-one with aspiring young designers and artists of the dis-advantaged West San Antonio neighborhood, where the studio is proposed.

Atelier Adjaye

Spring 2011

RENDERING

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Key Notes 1.

STONE HEARTH TILE AREA - TYPE AND PATTERN TBD

3.

SOLID SURFACE COUNTER (NO SPLASH)

4.

RETURN TILE ON SIDE WALL WIDTH OF COUNTER

5.

SLOPE SEAT TO DRAIN

6.

1" WIDE CHAMFER COURSE OR BULLNOSE

7.

MIRROR

8.

PAINTED GWB (SEMI-GLOSS)

9.

TILE JAMB & SILL (SLOPE SILL)

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES, INC.

10. TILE POCKET FULL DEPTH OF WALL. SLOPE BOTTOM TO DRAIN

ARCHITECTURE

11. OPEN CUBBIES. 3/4" STAIN/ SEALED MDF, DBL WALL BETWEEN

INTERIORS

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13. COAT HOOKS 14. TILE CEILING 15. HEATILATOR BIR 50 WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE 16. ROUGHSAWN WOOD MANTLE SUPPLIED BY OWNER, INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR 17. PAINTED 3/4" MDF SHELVES

Don Seidel Jr. #12995 July 2, 2012

3'-0"

EQ.

10'-6"

ADDENDUM 1, Sept. 12, 2012

1'-312"

EQ.

1"

11 Foyer Shelves

12 Foyer Shelves

13 Foyer Bench

3/8" = 1'-0"

3/8" = 1'-0"

3/8" = 1'-0"

3/8" = 1'-0"

1

2'-038"

5'-0" 1"

EQ.

3'-3"

14 Laundry

3/8" = 1'-0"

1'-2" 1'-2"

1'-8" 3'-112"

FP

15 Fireplace

4" 1'-6"

3'-0"

1'-6"

3'-0"

1'-6"

1

17

1'-2" 1'-2"

11

1'-2"

1'-2"

13

12

15

10'-6"

1'-8"

2'-6" 2'-6"

2

8'-0"

4'-6"

1'-6"

10'-6"

3'-6"

16

8 3'-0"

8 9

9

8

Bath 1 3/8" = 1'-0"

1'-812"

7

Bath 1 3/8" = 1'-0"

2'-7"

1'-012"

2'-9"

1'-012"

2'-3"

4'-0" 8'-0"

9"

1'-9"

6

3'-0"

1'-8"

2'-6"

3'-0"

4'-0"

Open

1'-4"

3'-0"

1'-8"

8'-0"

2

5 1'-312"

2'-4"

3'-0" 1'-514"

3/8" = 1'-0"

2

3

8"

10 Bath 1

4

2 8"

1'-4"

1'-6"

4'-0"

3'-3"

1'-8"

3'-0"

1'-312"

9"

1'-8"

5

2'-0"

7

2

6

14

7

3'-0"

10

4'-0"

4'-0"

9

3'-0"

14

8"

6

Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

5

Master Bath 3/8" = 1'-0"

Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

Addition to the

Skidmore Residence

EQ

4

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

3'-0"

EQ

3

3'-0"

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

2

EQ

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

EQ

3'-0"

2'-6"

Open

2'-3"

1

2'-3"

2'-0"

1'-6"

1'-6"

3

1'-6"

1'-0"

2'-6"

1'-0"

9'-0"

2'-6"

1'-812" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7" 1'-934"

4

OPEN TO MASTER BED

3

334"

2'-112"

7'-4"

1'-812"

234" 3'-714"

1'-0"

7'-4"

7" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7"

3'-314"

1'-312" 234"

1'-0"

8

2'-6"

1'-2"

234"

1'-2"

5'-934"

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES (1 of 3)

2.

6281 Hollyhock San Antonio Tx 78240 The record copy of this drawing is on file at the offices of Seidel + Associates, Inc., 427 Greenwich Blvd, San Antonio, Tx 78209.3919. ©2012 Seidel + Associates, Inc., the designs and concepts shown are the sole property of Seidel + Associates, Inc. and may not be used or reproduced without permission. Construction documents are not intended to be a complete set of instructions on how to construct the project. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to coordinate the project documents. Notify the Architect in writing of document conflicts, or proceed with the more substantial, more expensive option without additional charge.

Project No. 201217

Study/ Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

Date

July 2, 2012

A6

PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLIENT VARIOUS PROJECTS


hen complete in Spring of 2014, The ‘zootennial’ restaurant will serve as an anchor to an $8 million dollar plaza to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the San Antonio Zoo. Beginning in 2011, I directly assisted Don Seidel R.A. in all phases of design and documentation of this building. The two of us attended weekly meetings with the Zoo Director, Staff, Landscape Architect, Contractor, and other consultants to assure that every detail of the project was addressed.

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES (2 of 3)

In addition to preparation of construction documents, My personal responsibility on this project was to source, illustrate, and specify all finish materials for the building.

‘Zootennial’ Restaurant

2011 to 2013

‘ZOOTENNIAL’ CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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22'-0"

Bandera Road Elevation 0

4

8 FT

Existing Shop & Office

Trash Existing Tree Cluster

Knights Peak

Service Drive

65'

New Retail 16,000 SF

Existing Retail 30' TYP

56 Cars ± Expanded shared entry

Site Plan

Bandera Road

0

25

Floor Plan

50 FT

0

Preliminary drawing. Not for regulatory approval, permit or construction. Don Seidel #12995 Aug 2011x

8

16 FT

MYSTIC PARK RETAIL PRELIMINARY DESIGN Seidel + Associates, Inc.

Key Notes

12 TYP.

7

14

22

1.

23

SS METAL ROOF; WEATHERED GALVALUME OVER 30# FELT ON 5/8" OSB DECK

2.

2X8 CEDAR RAFTER TAILS 32" O.C.

3.

8" HARDIEPLANK SIDING

4. 15

24

17

19

1'-6" O.H. TYP.

20 16

6

25

18

5

21

14. 2X CONVENTIONAL FRAMING @ 16" O.C. 15. SPRAY-FOAM INSULATION 16. 2X4 INTERIOR WALLS 17. 5/8" GWB

4" HARDIETRIM, SMOOTH

5.

STONE MASONRY VENEER

6.

CAST STONE LEDGE

18. SEALED CONC. FLOOR 19. 2X6 PERIMETER STUDS @ 16" O.C. 20. 8" HARDIPLANK (GRAIN) SIDING OVER TYVEK WRAP ON 5/8" OSB SHEATHING

7.

1X6 CEDAR FENCE ON 3X3 STEEL POSTS

8.

SOLID FIBERGLASS DBL PANE, SINGLE HUNG WINDOWS

9.

SS SILL @ WINDOW

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES, INC.

21. ENGINEERED SLAB ON GRADE

ARCHITECTURE

22. WEATHERED GALVALUME SS METAL ROOF OVER 30# FELT ON 5/8" OSB DECK

10. H.M. DOOR AND FRAME

23. 2X8 CEDAR RAFTER TAILS @32" O.C.

11. COILING O.H. METAL DOOR (3)

24. 1X6 T&G CEDAR SOFFIT BELOW ROOF DECK

12. 2X CEDAR GATES W/ STEEL JAMBS

25. 6" WOOD BASE

7

INTERIORS

PLANNING

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Preliminary Drawing

Not for regulatory approval. permit or construction. Don Seidel Jr. #12995 July 2011

13. 1 1/2" TH PLASTIC LETTERS, 18"H

Section @ Leopard's Lair 0

2

4 FT

12 12 7

7

TYP.

7

12

TYP.

TYP.

1

2 1'-6" O.H.

1'-6" O.H.

TYP.

1'-6" O.H.

1'-6" O.H.

3

TYP.

TYP.

TYP.

4

8 9

5

6 Leopard's - Right 0

2

5 Leopard's - Left

4 FT

0

2

4 Crossroads - Right

6

4 FT

0

2

3 Crossroads - Left

10

4 FT

0

2

4 FT

Replacement buildings for

Leopard's Lair and

7

Crossroads Cafe

2 Rear

12

0

2

4 FT

11

3903 N. St. Mary's San Antonio, Tx. 78209-3919 The record copy of this drawing is on file at the offices of Seidel + Associates, Inc., 427 Greenwich Blvd, San Antonio, Tx 78209.3919. ©2011 Seidel + Associates, Inc., the designs and concepts shown are the sole property of Seidel + Associates, Inc. and may not be used or reproduced without permission. Construction documents are not intended to be a complete set of instructions on how to construct the project. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to coordinate the project documents. Notify the Architect in writing of document conflicts, or proceed with the more substantial, more expensive option without additional charge.

11

1 Front

13

0

Project No. 201134

2

Date

July 29, 2011

DD2

4 FT

Key Notes 1. 2. 3.

12 6

12

4. 5.

6

6.

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1

7. 8. 9. 10.

33 1 12 6

33 33

F.F. 0"

Daniel Ochoa III #7039

21. 22. 23.

PAINTED FASCIA AND TRIM TO MATCH HOUSE

25.

5/8" GWB TYVEK HOUSE WRAP WEEPS @ 16" O.C.

24.

PRE-FABRICATED FIBERGLASS COLUMN SPRAY FOAM INSTALLATION IN WALLS & ROOF @ NEW CONSTRUCTION

LAP MEMBRANE FLASHING 2X6 FRAMING @ EXT WALLS, TYP., W/ SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

26.

WOLM. BASE PLATE

27.

PAINTED HARDIE FASCIA & TRIM TO MATCH

28.

METAL CHIMNEY CAP W/ GALV. SCREEN

METAL DRIP EDGE

29.

STUCCO FURR DOWN, SEE A3 NEW CONC. STEPS NEW CONC. SLAB (REF. STRUCT.)

SLOPED FINISHED GRADE TO DRAIN AWAY FROM SLAB

30.

2X FRAMING @16" O.C., REF: ENGINEER'S PLAN

31.

METAL TIES TO EACH RAFTER

32.

EXIST CONC. SLAB

12.

CONCEALED GALV. METAL FLASHING @ ROOF TO WALL, TYP

13.

TREX DECKING OVER CONC. SLAB

14.

VERT. COURSE HEADER W/ STEEL ANGLE LINTEL (SEE DETAIL)

15.

T.O.P. 8'0"

SS METAL ROOF CONC. SLAB REF: ENGINEER'S PLAN HARDIEPLANK SIDING, 8" EXPOSURE. ALL SIDING BELOW TRIM (DO NOT BUTT)

11.

BOARD AND BATTEN SIDING. BATTENS AT 24" O.C.

17.

TREX RETURN TRIM HARDIESOFFIT NON-VENTED (SMOOTH)

19.

4X8 HARDIEPANEL CEDARMILL VERTICAL SIDING

20.

2x6 FRAMING @ EXT WALLS, TYP., W/ BATT INSULATION

ARCHITECTURE

5/8" OSB SHEATHING, TAPE JOINTS

35.

STONE VENEER

INTERIORS

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MORTAR MESH

37.

2X6 STUD FRAMING, SEE ENG'S DRAWING FOR HEADER SIZE/TYPE

38.

18.

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES, INC.

30# FELT OVER 5/8" OSB DECK EXISTING CONSTRUCTION

34. 36.

HARDIETRIM 3/4 X 3.5. ALL TRIM ON TOP OF SIDING. CAULK FULL LENGTH

16.

33.

SELF-ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING

39.

SEALANT & BACKER ROD

40.

DBL 6 X 3.5 X 5/16 STL ANGLE. 1/8" WELD 1" LONG, STAGGERED 12" TOP & BOTTOM. USE SINGLE 4 X 3 X 1/4 STEEL ANGLE AT GARAGE WINDOW.

F.F. 0" Don Seidel Jr. #12995 July 2, 2012

3

1 32

1

Right Elevation

ADDENDUM 1, Sept. 12, 2012

1/4" = 1'-0"

30

12

31

7

12

21

7 2.9

12 2

21

28

5-VC (Alt: CMR) T.O.P. 12'0"

12

12

28

18

27

18

25

35

25

34

3.2

7

35

12

T.O.P. 9'0"

Bottom of Beam 8'0"

Bedroom 4

6

1.5

20

12

12

22

7'-0"

19

TCS RB

26

22

Front Elevation (East) 1/4" = 1'-0"

Brown Residence

Game Room

29

29

2

6

23 8" MIN

Porch -1.5"

26

36

FF 0'0"

8" MIN

VES (Alt: MES)

2

5

2

4

Wall Section 1" = 1'-0"

10

9

Wall Section

2

11

NEW CONSTRUCTION

Building Section 1/4" = 1'-0"

1" = 1'-0"

Sabinal, Tx.

12

Addition to the

6

24

1

1'-0"

W12

9'-512"

Head @ Mas. Veneer

7

1

7'-6"

1

1'-0" 17'-1"

1.

D16

Down

2'-5"

7

Ref

10'-1012" 11'-1034"

(WPEF)

D11

5'-4"

D2

EQ.

2'-9"

2'-9"

1'-312" 1"

11 Foyer Shelves

12 Foyer Shelves

3/8" = 1'-0"

3/8" = 1'-0"

3/8" = 1'-0"

8

9

8

Bath 1 3/8" = 1'-0"

1'-812"

8'-0"

2'-0"

8'-0"

2

5

7

Bath 1 3/8" = 1'-0"

Sabinal, Tx.

2'-7"

1'-012"

2'-9"

1'-012"

2'-3"

1'-8"

9"

Open

1'-4"

3'-0"

2'-6"

3'-0"

4'-0"

1'-312"

2'-4"

3'-0"

4'-0" 1'-8"

1'-514"

3/8" = 1'-0"

2

3

8"

10 Bath 1

4

2

8"

1'-4"

1'-6" 1'-312"

3'-3"

3'-0"

1'-8"

5

14

7

3'-0"

7

4'-0"

3'-0"

4'-0"

10 2

6

Brown Residence

EQ.

1'-2" 1'-2" 1'-2" 2'-038"

1'-2" 1'-2" 1'-2"

EQ.

13 Foyer Bench

4.1

9

X XX

Living

1'-9"

6

8"

6

Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

5

Master Bath 3/8" = 1'-0"

Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

Addition to the

1'-534"

Glazing

Note

1

Floor Plan

12'-11"

1/4" = 1'-0"

Gross Living Area = 2705 SF Wood Porches = 1350 Sf Conc. Porches = 87 SF

7'-1"

23'-5"

D

5'-1014" W18

C

9'-834"

B

6"

A

Date

Apr 18, 2012

A2

Skidmore Residence

2'-6"

OPEN TO MASTER BED

3'-0"

3

EQ

4

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

3'-0"

EQ

3

3'-0"

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

2

EQ

Master Closet 3/8" = 1'-0"

EQ

EQ

2'-6"

Open

2'-3"

1

2'-3"

2'-0"

1'-6"

1'-6"

3

1'-6"

1'-0"

2'-6"

1'-0"

9'-0"

2'-6"

1'-812" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7"

7'-4"

1'-812"

234" 3'-314"

7" 7" 7" 7" 7" 7"

7'-4"

1'-934"

Construction documents are not intended to be a complete set of instructions on how to construct the project. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to coordinate the project documents. Notify the Architect in writing of document conflicts, or proceed with the more substantial, more expensive option without additional charge.

8

4

334"

Leaf

6"

Hardware Mat'l

Finish

Type

Thm Lk

H

Kickpl

W

©2012 2 Architecture, the designs and concepts shown are the sole property of 2 Architecture and may not be used or reproduced without permission. The record copy of this drawing is on file at the offices of 2 Architecture, Boerne, Tx.

1'-0"

2'-112"

(NS)

Key Lk

ID

W17

Study

1'-2"

1'-0"

234"

W16

W19

Door Schedule

1'-2"

A1 Architectural Site Plan /Roof Plan A2 Floor Plan / Schedules A3 Power & Lighting / Ceiling Plan A4 Front / Right Elevations A5 Rear / Left Elevations A6 Bldg Section / Details A7 Bldg Section / Details A8 Interior Elevations

D1

Note

3'-714"

Glazing

1'-312" 234"

Mat'l

Wood Dbl pane, Low E, Argon filled Painted

5'-934"

Type Casement

11'-1114"

X

12'-0"

H

X

1

W

5'-914"

ID W1

2

2'-934"

Window Schedule

ADDENDUM 1, Sept. 12, 2012

9

9"

D3

1

8

11'-514"

Front Porch (D)

(D)

Exception to above: Includes Finish, Hdwr & Installation

Appliances provided by Owner, installed by contractor: DW, Range/Oven & Hood, Microwave, Ref., Washer & Dryer

Don Seidel Jr. #12995 July 2, 2012

1'-8" EQ.

17

4" 1'-6"

5'-0" 1"

EQ.

10'-6"

1'-8"

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

1'-6"

1'-6"

3'-0"

5

8'-0"

4'-6"

1'-6"

10'-6"

3'-6"

11'-514"

13'-712"

D10

Rear Porch

X XX

no splash

11

3'-3"

3/8" = 1'-0"

4

11'-414"

3.2 6/A-6(Sim)

Kitchen & vanities. Includes hardware Includes hardware

3'-0"

14 Laundry 3'-0"

3

Robe Hooks,Towel bar(s), paper holder, grab bar, mirror

5100

3'-112"

FP

15 Fireplace 3/8" = 1'-0"

25'-034"

heads, shower controls, tankless WH, water softener & R.O. purifyer

1100

13

14

Toilets, sinks, faucets, shower

9600

10000 3900 7000

45,000

1

6/A-6

11'-514"

Wood Exterior Doors (10)

2

12

15

4'-6"

11'-5"

Bath Accessories Base Cabinets Wall cabinets Study bookshelves Soild Surface countertops

1'-0"

Down

D9

Foyer

(WPEF)

16

2'-0"

1'-712"

2'-9"

Down

3.1

Plumbing Fixtures

PLANNING

17. PAINTED 3/4" MDF SHELVES

11'-1114"

W15

Rng/Oven

6'-0"

Dining

D4

INTERIORS

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13. COAT HOOKS

(Conc)

Notes Not incl Floor tile (spec'd on plans) Ceiling & wall fixtures, Ceiling fans, vent fans

9'-514"

8400

Down

$2800

ARCHITECTURE

12. 2 LAYERS 3/4" PLYWOOD (BIRCH) W/ HARDWOOD HALF-ROUND EDGE

4.2

XX

9'-514"

2'-912" MW

8'-934"

4'-6" NS

D7

Allowance

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES, INC.

11. OPEN CUBBIES. 3/4" STAIN/ SEALED MDF, DBL WALL BETWEEN

Daniel Ochoa III #7039

3'-1112"

1'-0"

W1

20'-0"

Item Wall Tile

TILE JAMB & SILL (SLOPE SILL)

10. TILE POCKET FULL DEPTH OF WALL. SLOPE BOTTOM TO DRAIN

2'-6"

DW

(NS)

W2

Allowances are retail cost only. Add sales tax, delivery, installation, backings, rough-in, etc

Elec Fixtures

PAINTED GWB (SEMI-GLOSS)

9.

XX

Kitchen

10'-512" W3

A6-1

Bedroom Porch

Fixture & Finish Allowances

MIRROR

8.

16. ROUGHSAWN WOOD MANTLE SUPPLIED BY OWNER, INSTALLED BY CONTRACTOR

NS

(WPEF)

6'-134"

(D)

SLOPE SEAT TO DRAIN 1" WIDE CHAMFER COURSE OR BULLNOSE

7.

15. HEATILATOR BIR 50 WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE

1'-712"

7'-912"

Gallery Porch

XX

6'-112"

Down

W4

W14

2'-1012"

1'-11"

10'-712"

10'-034"

(WPEF)

XX

XX

2'-714"

Mast. Bedroom

W5

W13

4'-1"

D12

2'-412"

31'-1114"

(TFC)

Pantry

D13

D14

W

Mud Room

(TFC)

Gallery D5

D6 19'-512"

WS

Service

4'-2"

D15

4'-512"

D18

1'-6"

RETURN TILE ON SIDE WALL WIDTH OF COUNTER

6.

6

4'-912"

1'-0"

4'-2"

TILE AREA - TYPE AND PATTERN TBD SOLID SURFACE COUNTER (NO SPLASH)

4.

2'-5"

3'-9"

(NS)

8'-114"

D19

2x6 Perimeter stud walls, typ.

D

XX

Bath 2

(C)

7'-912"

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14. TILE CEILING

WH

July 2, 2012

STONE HEARTH

3. 5.

2'-0"

4'-3"

Bedroom 3

(C)

4'-534"

D20

7'-1"

5'-814"

XX

Bedroom 2

(NS)

XX

9'-914"

D8

AC

Mast. Closet

XX

5'-312"

3'-9"

XX

XX

(NS)

3'-512"

2x6 stud walls @ plumbing vent, typ.

8'-212"

Date

A5

Left Elevation 1/4" = 1'-0"

Key Notes

6/A-6 (Sim) 12'-512" 2'-3"

4'-312" 5'-912"

12'-534"

Mast. Bath

W7 2x4 stud wall, 84" high

W6

12'-314" A6-1 6'-714"

5'-1134"

2'-1134"

12'-314"

D17

6'-312"

Closer

SEIDEL + ASSOCIATES (3 of 3)

5'-712"

3'-7"

Project No. 201217

F.F. 0"

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2.

13'-11"

W8

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86'-814"

6281 Hollyhock San Antonio Tx 78240

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T.O.P. 8'0"

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Skidmore Residence

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VES (Alt: MES)

A1 Architectural Site Plan /Roof Plan A2 Floor Plan / Schedules A3 Power & Lighting / Ceiling Plan A4 Front / Right Elevations A5 Rear / Left Elevations A6 Bldg Section / Details A7 Bldg Section / Details A8 Interior Elevations

6281 Hollyhock San Antonio Tx 78240 The record copy of this drawing is on file at the offices of Seidel + Associates, Inc., 427 Greenwich Blvd, San Antonio, Tx 78209.3919. ©2012 Seidel + Associates, Inc., the designs and concepts shown are the sole property of Seidel + Associates, Inc. and may not be used or reproduced without permission. Construction documents are not intended to be a complete set of instructions on how to construct the project. It is the responsibility of the General Contractor to coordinate the project documents. Notify the Architect in writing of document conflicts, or proceed with the more substantial, more expensive option without additional charge.

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Study/ Master Bathroom 3/8" = 1'-0"

PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLIENT CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

Date

July 2, 2012

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wo young doctors found that their residence in an upscale neighborhood did not have adequate storage facilties for their four vehicles. minimally sized garage door openings did not allow for convenient entry and exit. maximizing the garage entry to double-width glazed doors allowed for ease of entry, abundance of natural light, and the ability to securely showcase all four of the owners vehicles.

FREELANCE

Trophy Ridge Garage

2012

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

PHOTOS COURTESY OF CLIENT BEFORE & AFTER

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SOLAR DECATHLON 2005 (1of 2)

IMAGES COURTESY OF VARIOUS PARTICIPANTS AUSTIN, TX to WASHINGTON, D.C.


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ith a life-long interest in environmental stewardship and how the built environment could contribute, in 2004 i discovered that University of TexasAustin was building a prototype less than a mile from my home. through the next year i volunteered my carpentry and logistical experience (gained through the staging industry).

SOLAR DECATHLON 2005 (2 of 2)

as a daily participant in the construction of the building, I Was invited to be part of the team to travel to Washington, D.C. and reassemble the house on the National Mall for international competition. The passion and dedication i shared with the talented team of graduate students and professors on the team solidified my desire to pursue a career as an architect in harmony with our planet.

Solar Decathlon 2005 2004 to 2005 IMAGES COURTESY OF VARIOUS PARTICIPANTS THE FUTURE AT OUR DOORSTEP

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CONCERT STAGING (1of 2)

IMAGES COURTESY OF VARIOUS PARTICIPANTS ON TOUR

BUMBERSHOOT FESTIVAL SEATTLE, WA

INDEPENDENCE DAY FESTIVAL ST.LOUIS, MO


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PRIVATE WALLFLOWERS CONCERT coeur dâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;alene,id

ummer 2003 presented the opportunity to criss-cross the United States on tour as an Assistant technical director of concert staging. Direction of crews in the quick and safe assembly of concert staging further developed my ability to relate to people of various backgrounds and motivate them to work together as a team.

CONCERT STAGING (2of 2)

shows included: Bob Dylan, R.E.M., Modest Mouse, Pat Benatar, and many others.

Concert Staging

Summer 2003 IMAGES COURTESY OF VARIOUS PARTICIPANTS TITAN 5040 MOBILE STAGE SETUP

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SCENIC SKILLS (1 of 2)

ARTIST TRAINING AT COBALT STUDIOS- WHITE LAKE, NY


LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS DESIGNER & CHARGE ARTIST

TUMBLING UPON THE INDUSTRY OF SET DEISGN AND CONSTRUCTION HAS BEEN ONE OF THE MOST REWARDING EXPERIENCES OF MY LIFE. A CONTINUAL PERSONAL DESIRE TO PROPOSE A CONCEPT AND BRING IT TO REALITY FOUND ITS OUTLET IN COLLEGE. MY SISTER (A DIRECTIING MAJOR AT THE TIME) INTRODUCED ME TO THE TECHNICAL DESIGN FACET OF THEATRE.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL SCENIC ARTIST

CAROLINE OR CHANGE CHARGE ARTIST

COLLABORATING WITH DESIGNERS AND TECHNICIANS TO CREATE SOMETHING UNIQUE IS A PROCESS THAT I INCREASINGLY ENJOY AS MY EXPERIENCES UNFOLD.

Theatrical Staging

PRODUCTIONS

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PAINTINGS

ART (1of 2)


IF I DREAM IT, I CAN ILLUSTRATE IT. IF I ILLUSTRATE IT, we CAN CREATE IT. IF we CREATE IT, OTHERS MAY DREAM. IT iS MY personal charge to make dreams come alive, whether they are my clientsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; or my own. my pursuit of experience, skills, and education continues without pause.

ART (2of 2)

It is my INTENTION to contribute to a place where dreams come alive.

FIGURES

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acob Dale hails from the subtropical border of South Texas and Northern Mexico. His international upbringing has allowed a unique appreciation for culture, community, and environment. His professional experience in the built environment comes from the rapidly growing Austin and San Antonio metropolitan areas of Central Texas. His cultural understanding expands yearly as he has travelled exhaustively with-in the United States, across Mexico, and to most regions of Western Europe. He currently resides in Manhattan where he continues to contribute to community through the design of the built environment.

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Jacob Dale Design Portfolio 2013  

These projects strive to engage the communities in which they could exist, connect users with their relative environ, and perform as systems...

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