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JAKE J. HENDERSON DESIGN PORTFOLIO


“There is a spirit of enthusiasm and expression of competence that accompanies Jake’s work ethic. His contributions are purposeful, and his interpersonal relationship to the staff, and moreover, the University, has been respectful.” - Leonard S. Thomas, Senior Planner, University of Cincinnati Architect’s Office

“Jake is an enthusiastic, hard working person that is willing to take on any task that is asked of him. He views all challenges as a means to learn and improve. He would be a valuable asset to any organization.” - Michael Miyasato, Architect, University of Cincinnati Architect’s Office

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CONTENTS ACADEMIC WORK EXAMPLES BUSINESS DISTRICT MASTER PLAN INFILL HOUSING MASTER PLAN DESIGN WITH NATURE OVER-THE-RHINE REDEVELOPMENT PLAN PROFESSIONAL WORK EXAMPLES

CAMPUS TRANSPORTATION HUB

DESIGN-BUILD PATIO DESIGN

TRANSIT ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN

MICO-APARTMENT CONCEPT DESIGN

STORE DESIGN & DOCUMENTATION

PARK RENOVATION

RESIDENTIAL ADDITION

HAND RENDERINGS


ACADEMIC WORK


PLEASANT RIDGE BUSINESS DISTRICT C I N C I N N AT I , O H Pleasant Ridge is a predominantly residential neighborhood in Cincinnati, Ohio with a small business district occupied primarily by long-standing, independent businesses. It is one of the most diverse, dispersed and durable communities in the greater Cincinnati region. Pleasant Ridge has a few staple businesses that attract people from around Cincinnati - Molly Malones Irish Pub, Everybody’s Records, and Pleasant Ridge Chili Parlor. Unfortunately, Pleasant Ridge has seen a decline in their business district with several vacancies and a transition to “big box development” with large parking lots; destroying the communities historic urban fabric and in essence, the community’s unique walkable character. Our studio visited the community, met with several business owners and community council members to develop a strategy to reinvigorate the business district. Luckily, the Pleasant Ridge business district’s distinctive historic character is only moderately marred by late 20th century planning failures and still has hope to turn its fortunes around. Therefore, the primary goal of our revitalization plan was to rebuild and reinforce that character.

PLEASANT RIDGE BUSINESS DISTRICT

GREATER CINCINNATI PLEASANT RIDGE

DOWNTOWN

STUDY AREA


PLEASANT RIDGE BUSINESS DISTRICT C I N C I N N AT I , O H

MASTER PLAN Project Goals: - Preserve the historic architectural character - Increase walkability - Develop a wayfinding system unique to Pleasant Ridge - Create an identity for the district - Create additional public space - Relieve traffic congestion - Create additional parking areas - Plan buildings of mixed-use that will bring people to the district. The site chosen for redevelopment was a triangle shaped block bounded by Ridge, Montgomery and Woodford Roads. The site sits right in the heart of the business district and is currently occupied by two one-story buildings, a gas station, and several parking lots. Through direct observations, the intersection of Montgomery and Ridge Roads act as the main culprit for traffic congestion in the community. The master plan is a new-urbanist approach in the design by creating a dense, walkable development of mixed-use buildings, an arts center, and restaurants that create an area of entertainment for the community. The plan is pedestrian oriented with outdoor dining, wider sidewalks, and a centralized public space. Traffic calming elements such as street trees and a median are designed to slow traffic down through the area and encourage drivers to stop and enjoy what the district has to offer.


INFILL HOUSING DESIGN

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For my third year spring studio, we were challenged to develop a plan for a new housing development for the residents of Anderson Township, east of downtown Cincinnati. This project presented many challenges in picking a suitable area for development. Anderson Township is predominantly built out and contained very few suitable sites with adequate space and topography to build upon. The site must also be within reasonable proximity to major roads for good access to the township’s amenities, businesses, and educational institutions. Our group selected a site off of Woodruff Rd., a highly developed road with only single-family development.

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PLAYGROUND/ PARK


INFILL HOUSING DESIGN SKETCH-UP MODEL The loop shape of this design integrates well with the existing subdivisions surrounding the site and gives Anderson Township another form of housing to attract residents of all ages to their community. The infill homes in this design feature private courtyards, a gazebo, playground, alley roads for rear garages, and a centralized public greenspace meant to encourage social interaction. The design principles of the plan focus on livability, walkability, and density.

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D E S I G N W I T H N AT U R E

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T R A I L S I D E N AT U R E C E N T E R M A S T E R P L A N Built in 1939, the Trailside Nature Center is the oldest of the five Cincinnati parks nature centers, as well as the only city nature center located in an urban park - Burnet Woods. The Trailside Nature Center has a nature library, crafts room, meeting space, exhibits, and the Wolff Planetarium, the oldest planetarium west of the Allegheny Mountains. The nature center is located next to Burnet Woods Lake, a popular fishing spot for the neighborhood since 1875. Behind the center is a large park with swing sets and a shelter. In recent years, the site behind the center has been under-utilized and unpopular with local residents; an ambiguous open space with very few amenities, making the site subject to various criminal behavior.

TRAILSIDE NATURE CENTER

PROJECT SITE

NATURE EDUCATION The objective of the sustainable landscape design studio was to create a new vision for the Trailside Nature Center site- a park centered around natural playground spaces and outdoor classrooms while integrating a natural site drainage system... blurring the lines between the natural and built environment.

BURNET WOODS LAKE

TRAILSIDE NATURE CENTER


D E S I G N W I T H N AT U R E

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T R A I L S I D E N AT U R E C E N T E R M A S T E R P L A N The new vision for the Trailside Nature Center site is a multi-functional, Along the paths, users will encounter spaces to play, relax, exercise, and educate. sustainable park with a creek that flows through the site. The park is a Textured paths, colorful landscaping, and natural elements such as boulders, inspire linear design focused on promoting physical activity and environmental the users to walk. The park’s creek serves as a natural riparian corridor for waterIIthat Sustainable Landscape Design education with paths that weave in and out; opening up into natural overflows from Burnet Woods Lake. The park’s creek is designed to redirect the water Jake Henderson Urbanlines, Planning | University of Cincinnati playgrounds, a large open space, outdoor classrooms, and a zen garden. through the site instead of flowing into the city’s sewer relieving burden on the Professor David P. Whittaker The parks curved paths flow together to mimic the flow of water and the sewer infrastructure while stopping pollution of the city’s waterways. Trailside Nature Center - Burnet Woods, Cincinnati OH natural curves of the environment.

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ARCHITECTURAL SCULPTURE WET DECK NATURAL PLAYGROUND

ROCK WALL NATURAL PLAYGROUND

CLIMBING BOULDERS

SWING SET IMAGINATION PLAYGROUND CLIMBING BOULDERS

SCALE: 1’=20’ IMAGINATION PLAYGROUND


OVER-THE-RHINE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I REDEVELOPMENT PLAN Over-the-Rhine, or OTR as it is commonly referred to, is a historic urban neighborhood located a short mile north of downtown Cincinnati and just over a mile south of the University of Cincinnati. OTR is believed to be the largest, most intact urban historic district in the U.S. with over 943 historic buildings contributing to its historic designation. Its intact 19th century urban architecture and overall physical character is commonly mistaken for parts of Brooklyn. In fact, many movies that try to portray 19th century New York City, film in the streets of OTR. The historic district contains the largest collection of Italianate architecture in the U.S. Since 2000, OTR has been experiencing rapid revitalization, with many historic buildings being rehabilitated for mixed use development. The neighborhood’s original physical characteristics: 3-5 story walk up buildings with commercial storefronts, narrow streets, wide sidewalks that create walkability, and high density, lend itself to be the perfect combination of an urban neighborhood and entertainment district. Its centralized location between the two largest employment hubs in the region - downtown and the university, make OTR ideal for the new streetcar line and revitalization. Findlay Market, an urban farmer’s market, and Washington Park are the two main attractions for the community, as well as the anchors for economic, social, and recreational growth. Despite years of revitalization, the majority of OTR, particularly the northern half, is struggling with crime, vacancies, and blighted infrastructure. Liberty Street creates a physical separation between OTR’s northern and southern halves. The southern half has seen years of investment, slowly becoming the hottest entertainment district in Cincinnati. Known as the Brewery District of OTR, the northern half suffers from massive amounts of crime and blight. For this project, we devised a plan for how to best connect the southern and northern halves of OTR.

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OVER-THE-RHINE

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URBAN DESIGN STUDIO U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I A N A LY S I S - O P P O R T U N I T I E S A N D C O N S T R A I N T S Over-the-Rhine is a prime example of how highway development destroys density and walkability in older communities. Liberty Street, the main arterial road that diagonally cuts through Over-the-Rhine, acts as a physical barrier between the northern and southern halves of the neighborhood.

BASE MAP

The planning process for our studio simplified into 3 project phases: 1. Physical Analysis (Site Visits, Public Meetings, and Map Making) 2. Concept Development & Design 3. Final Master Plans, Designs, & Presentation Documents

C O N S T R A I N T S O V E R L AY

O P P O R T U N I T I E S O V E R L AY

BUILDINGS

POOR LIGHTING CONDITIONS

STREETCAR ROUTE

PARCELS

RECENTLY NEW DEVELOPMENT

MAJOR NODES OF ACTIVITY

OVER-THE-RHINE DISTRICT BOUNDARY

BROKEN STREET GRID

OPPORTUNITY CORRIDORS

STUDY AREA

LIBERTY STREET (HIGH TRAFFIC BARRI-


OVER-THE-RHINE URBAN DESIGN STUDIO U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I MASTER PLAN

C I N C I N N AT I , O H

My team developed a master plan that focused on connecting Washington Park and Findlay Market, the two main destinations for social and economic activity. The plan aims to create a pedestrian and bicycle oriented corridor between the two locations, along with infill development that offers a variety of housing types. Mixed-use buildings are proposed along both sides of Liberty Street, along with a road diet for Liberty Street to close the physical gap between north and south OTR

OPEN/ GREEN SPACE RESIDENTIAL MIXED-USE MIXED-USE/ COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL STREETCAR LINE AND STOPS GATEWAY ENTRANCE LIBERTY STREET

CONCEPTUAL ISOMETRIC The isometric drawing serves as a quick massing model to analyze the existing physical composition of the corridor between Washington Park and Findlay Market and how it relates to the proposed buildings.


OVER-THE-RHINE

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After conceptual development of a master plan, our team was assigned to develop a particular site that would serve as the foundation for the master plan. Findlay Market, the northern anchor of our master plan, is in need of several improvements. At this point in its evolution, Findlay Market is utilized solely as a farmers market. We envision the market to function as a major public space for the community. The closest public park is Washington Park, which has drawn economic development to south OTR. Development of a plaza where the current parking lot of Findlay Market sits, would give much needed civic space for north OTR. The plaza’s east and west boundaries would be defined by two mixed-use, 4-5 story buildings. Retail along the bottom floor would constantly engage the plaza with customers. An underground parking garage would be planned under the plaza to accommodate the loss of the existing surface lot.


PROFESSIONAL WORK NATIVE GRASSES RIVER ROCKS

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T R A N S P O R TAT I O N P L A Z A U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I SITE DESIGN

C I N C I N N AT I , O H

O V E R - U T I L I Z AT I O N

SITE AERIAL

While working with the University Architect’s Office, I worked on a site concept for expanding a campus bus shelter into a small transportation plaza. The photographs on the right show the existing bus shelter at its current location and typical capacity. The bus stop is unique in that it serves several transportation systems: Metro, UC Shuttle, Greyhound, Megabus, and Barons Bus. The premise behind this project was to design a small plaza for the existing transit shelter thatSITE CONCEPT UNIVERSITY AVE BUS STOP receivesUNIVERSITY much more utilization than what it was OF CINCINNATI originally designed for.

Updated 04/21/14


T R A N S P O R TAT I O N P L A Z A U N I V E R S I T Y O F C I N C I N N AT I RENDERING In this design, I step the plaza down into three different planes in order to work with the site’s contours. Several benches are to be added to address the need for more seating space. The plaza is intended to be heavily landscaped with ornamental grasses and juniper shrubs that stay green year-round; giving the plaza much needed softer edges, as well as enhancing the user’s experience.

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PAT I O D E S I G N DESIGN - BUILD While working with a custom home builder, Michaelson Homes LLC., I designed several hardscape patios. I chose to highlight this specific project in which I had a lead roll in the design process; creating a sketch-up model of the new patio and trellis. In addition, I had the privilege of working for several weeks with a stone mason in constructing the stone seat walls and chimney.

IN-PROGRESS PHOTOS

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O A K L A N D C I T Y M A R TA S TAT I O N AT L A N TA , G A C L I E N T: C I T Y O F AT L A N TA - O F F I C E O F P L A N N I N G SCOPE OF WORK: MASTER PLANNING & RENDERINGS


O A K L A N D C I T Y M A R TA S TAT I O N

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TRANSIT - ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

M A R TA R A I L M A P During my time working for the City of Atlanta, Office of Planning, I worked on several transportation projects with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). I was fortunate enough to be involved with the planning and design process of the redevelopment of the under-utilized parking lots of the MARTA rail station in Oakland City. Oakland City is a neighborhood located southwest of downtown Atlanta. Its MARTA station is only 3 stops south of downtown and 4 stops north of Atlanta’s international airport (the busiest airport in the world). Geographically, Oakland City is a prime redevelopment area for its central location to the downtown and airport. In addition to the Oakland City Station, MARTA aims to partner with private developers to turn many of the agency’s parking lots into mixed-use developments. Before any public meetings, any planning or design, a initial survey was conducted to gain public input on the types of improvements the Oakland City residents would like to see. More than 100 people responded to the survey in which 80% of respondents identified the neighborhood’s greatest amenity gap to be its lack of coffee/ boutique shops. Desire for sit-down restaurants and grocery stores followed closely, at 77% and 67%. Respondents were clear in their support for new mixed-use developments, with 60 percent in favor. It was time for the City of Atlanta and MARTA to begin the planning process.

L O C AT I O N M A P PROJECT SITE

OAKLAND CITY


O A K L A N D C I T Y M A R TA S TAT I O N

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TRANSIT - ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

I was commissioned by the City of Atlanta’s Office of Planning to produce two architectural renderings of a proposed transit-oriented development located at the Oakland City MARTA Station. In collaboration with Peter Drey, principal architect at the architectural firm D+E=Design+Environment, I developed two conceptual renderings that show what could potentially be built on the existing parking lots of the station.

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TRANSIT - ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

Aerial-view rendering of proposed mixed-use development & transit plaza

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TRANSIT - ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT

Street-level rendering of proposed mixed-use building at the intersection of Campbellton Rd. SW and Lee St. SW


M I C R O - A PA R T M E N T C O N C E P T D E S I G N C L I E N T: C O L U M B U S D E V E L O P E R SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPTUAL BUILDING DESIGN - RENDERING Less is more: Nothing could be more true with space. In a world with population on the rise, traffic congestion, and a lack of affordable housing, the use of space has never been so consequential toward quality of life. The micro-apartment, typically a one-room, self-contained living space, designed to accommodate a sleeping space, living space, bathroom, and kitchenette, all within 50–350 square feet, maximizes the space needed for modern living luxuries. Micro-apartments not only maximize profits for developers and landlords, but can also provide affordable living accommodations. A young real-estate entrepreneur asked me to design a 250 square foot micro-apartment building that he could present to prospective developers. In particular, he was interested in developing micro-apartments near the Ohio State University, where many graduate students are willing to sacrifice living space for higher quality kitchen appliances and plumbing facilities. The majority of rental housing near the university consists of outdated, converted two-story houses with inadequate appliances and plumbing, or over-priced, cheaply built mixed-use developments. 25'-0"

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M I C R O - A PA R T M E N T C O N C E P T D E S I G N C L I E N T: C O L U M B U S D E V E L O P E R SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPTUAL BUILDING DESIGN - RENDERING Hand-drawn rendering of a 4-story micro-apartment building on a typical 0.25 acre lot near Ohio State University.


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LINE OF SOFFIT ABOVE

2 1/4"

STOREFRONT SIGNAGE DRAWINGS TO BE SUBMITTED UNDER SEPARATE COVER H1

LEASE LINE (1) LAYER 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP. BD. OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP.

A5

RECESSED LIGHT FIXTURE, REFER TO REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

4 LINE LEASE

5

P

1

93 4"

LINE OF STUD BEYOND

4"

METAL STUD FRAMING - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

1

T.O. STOREFRONT GLAZING 9'-0"CLEAR A.F.F. STOREFRONT 1/2"

LINE OF STOREFRONT PORTAL ABOVE

2'-03 4"

2'-0 3/4"

METAL REFER DRAWIN

SS 01

3'-812"

7

REFER DRAWIN ATTACH

SYSTEM AS TEMPERED SPECIFIED GLASS (TYP.) 1/2" CORIAN ON 3/4" F.R.T. PLYWOOD OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP.

10"

STOREFRONT ENTRY DETAIL 6

B.O. SOFFI 11'-0" A.F.F

PUSH THRU SIGNAGE. REFER TO STOREFRONT ELEVATION AND SHOPS DRAWINGS FOR SIZE AND SPECS.

P

A-501

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

9 3/4" H8

DIAGO REFER STRU DRAW

B.O. CEILING 12'-0" A.F.F

6"

A-501

REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ATTACHMENT DETAILS

METAL STUD FRAMING REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

SS 01

BOX BEAM ABOVE - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

B.O. (E) MALL BULKHEAD 12-0 1/2" A.F.F.

B.O. SOFFIT

3'-8 1/2"

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

SHADED AREA INDICATES EXISTING MALL CONSTRUCTION

FINISH FLOOR 11'-0" A.F.F. 0'-0"

PUSH THRU SIGNAGE. REFER TO STOREFRONT ELEVATION AND SHOPS DRAWINGS FOR SIZE AND SPECS.

1/2" CORIAN ON 3/4" F.R.T. PLYWOOD OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP.

3'-1"

(4) DUSTPROOF STRIKES INSTALLED AT BOTH OPEN AND CLOSED POSITIONS. REFER TO DETAIL E5 FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS. COORDINATE FINAL LOCATION WITH PM. HOLD OPEN TO BE 90° TYPICAL. G.C. TO VERIFY DOOR HANDLES DO NOT CONFLICT WITH ADJACENT STOREFRONT IN OPEN POSITION.

BOX BEAM - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

T.O. ENTRY DOORS 9'-0" A.F.F.

2" 3"

T.O. STOREFRONT BASE 0'-6" A.F.F.

A-501

H11 A-501

2" 2"

B.O. (E) MALL BULKHEAD 12-0 1/2" A.F.F.

3/4" METAL REVEAL

EQUAL 3'-8 1/8"± CRASH GRAPHICS CENTERED ON GLASS AS SHOWN, (TYP.)

(1) LAYER 5/8" TYPE 'X'

GYP. BD. OVER 3 5/8" ENTRY DOORS METAL STUDS, TYP. AS SCHEDULED

P

2'-4" HOLD

DIAGONAL BRACE REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

EXISTING MALL FINISHES BEYOND

3 3/4"

5'-0"

EXISTING NEUTRAL PIER

B.O. SOFFIT 11'-0" A.F.F.

E

LEASE LINE

IVES FS13 DOOR STOP TO BE LOCATED BEHIND DOOR TO STOP DOOR AT 90°. COLOR: US26D (SATIN CHROME)

2 1/4"

1/2" CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS (TYP.) REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS FOR ATTACHMENT DETAILS 6'-0"

SS 01

ENTRY DOORS AS SCHEDULED

4"

2 1/4" 3 3/4" 4"

1/4" GAP

LEASE LINE

B

WALL

EXISTING MALL FINISHES BEYOND

LINE OF SOFFIT ABOVE

2 1/4"

LINE OF SOFFIT ABOVE

FOR FRAMING SIZE, GAUGE, AND CONFIGURATION, REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

STOREFRONT ACCESSORY BEYOND

STOREFRONT SILL DETAIL

COLUMBIANA CENTRE

2'-0 3/4"

3'-8 1/2"

1/2" CLEAR TEMPERED EXISTING TENANT GLASS SEPARATION

SHADED AREA INDICATES EXISTING MALL CONSTRUCTION

BOX BEAM - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

NOTES: NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO BE ATTACHED TO, SUSPENDED FROM, OR PENETRATE THE METAL DECK ABOVE UNLESS SPECIFICALLY DETAILED. EVERYTHING MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE TOP CHORD OF JOIST OR STRUCTURAL STEEL.

1'-6"

9 3/4"

LAYOUT: A-501

(1) LAY GYP. B METAL

(1) LAYER 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP. BD. OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP.

8

P 91

P

10

03.02.1

DATE: GLASS 1/2"ISSUE CLEAR TEMPERED

EXISTING NEUTRAL PIER BEYOND TO REMAIN

LEASE LINE

STOREFRONT PORTAL BEYOND

C

SS 01

9 3/4"

P:\SGH\160713 SGH-Columbiana Centre Columbia, SC\A-501_01238.dwg

DIAGONAL BRACE REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

LAYOUT: A-401

PLOTTED: 3/3/2017 - 10:15 AM

F

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

(PR) 3'-0" DOORS

LEASE LINE

SALES AREA

BOX COLUMN - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

EXISTING NEUTRAL PIER BEYOND TO REMAIN

1/2" CLEAR TEMPERED GLASS, BEYOND (E) TENANT

STOREFRONT PORTAL BEYOND

SEPARATION WALL

SS 01

ENTRY DOORS, AS SCHEDULED

2'-0 3/4"

(E) TENANT SEPARATION WALL

2 1/4"

C

MALL MATCH FLOORING

6'-0"

NEW 3/4" BLACK METAL REVEAL

FOR FRAMING SIZE, GAUGE, AND CONFIGURATION, LINE OF REFER SOFFITTO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS ABOVE BOX BEAM ABOVE - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS STOREFRONT BUILT UP BOX COLUMN SYSTEM AS REFER TO STRUCTURAL SPECIFIED DRAWINGS

3'-8 1/2" 3 3/4"

OPP./SIM.

LINE OF SOFFIT ABOVE

G

TENANT FLOORING

E9

DETAIL AT DOOR SILL

LEASE LINE

MALL (E) LANDLORD COMMON COLUMN AREA

SALES AREA

LEASE LINE

BY DAT MALL SA COMMON COLUMBIANA CENTREAR AREA

MARK DESCRIPTION

B

A1

A A-401

2 1/4" 4"

A-501

FLOOR 0'-0"

T.O. ENTRY DOORS & GLAZING 9'-0" A.F.F.

BOX BEAM ABOVE - REFER 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP. TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS BD. OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP. NOTES: P 1 NOTHING IS PERMITTED TO BE 3 ATTACHED TO, 5/8" METAL SUSPENDED FROM, OR PENETRATE THEATMETAL STUDS 16" DECK ABOVE UNLESS SPECIFICALLY O.C. DETAILED. EVERYTHING MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE TOP CHORD OF JOIST OR STRUCTURAL STEEL.

3'-2 1/2"

BOX COLUMN REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

BUILT UP BOX COLUMN REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

D

ATTACH PER MANUFACTURES SPECIFICATIONS

E5 SCALE: 6" = 1'-0"

SS 01

A

FINISH FLOORREFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE

1

EQ.

3'-6 1/2"

A1

USER: JHENDERSON

BOX BEAM ABOVE - REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

H

MALL MAT UNDER ST

SEAL

FINISH F

FINISH FLOOR - REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE

5/8" TYPE 'X' GYP. BD. OVER 3 5/8" METAL STUDS, TYP.

B.O. (E) MALL BULKHEAD 12'-0 1/2" A.F.F.

P:\SGH\160713 SGH-Columbiana Centre Columbia, SC\A-401_01238.dwg

EQUAL 3'-8 1/8"± STOREFRONT SYSTEM AS SPECIFIED

A11 A-501

SLOPE WHERE REQUIRED AT RECESSED ENTRY 1/2" PER FT., MAX.

E

PLOTTED: 3/3/2017 - 10:15 AM

2'-4" HOLD

A10 A-401

P

USER: JHENDERSON

NEW 3/4" METAL REVEAL

A5 A-401

LINE OF SOFFIT ABOVE

EQ. EQ.

8'-0" B.O. BLADE SIGN

MALL SERVICE DOORS (N.I.C.)

ENTRY DOORS & SIGNAGE

J

AT

A-401

6"

A1

A-401.1

6"

F

A5

7400 W. Campus Rd. Suite 150 New Albany, OH 43054 BLACK VIN t: 614 545 4550 | f: 614 545 4555 | shremshock.com STRIP (TYP Gerald S. Shremshock, Architect 4"H META Timothy J. Shremshock, Architect BASE AS

RAIL. REFER TO DOOR SCHEDULE

3'-8 1/2"

LEASE LINE

SGH-PT-I: PUSH-THROUGH, FACE-LIT & EDGE-LIT LETTERS WITH INDOOR DISK. REFER TO SEPARATE SIGNAGE DRAWINGS. CENTER ON STOREFRONT AS SHOWN

3'-4 1/2"

R E TA I L R O L L - O U T: -STOREFRONT DESIGN - D E TA I L I N G Many of my projects at Shremshock involved detailing new storefronts NEW BLACK 3/4" using client design sketches and METAL REVEAL SGH-BL-2: ILLUMINATED BLADE SIGN. pallets. The storefront REFER TOmaterial SEPARATE SIGNAGE 1'-9 1/2" EQ. DRAWINGS. CENTER ON STOREFRONT AS SHOWN. G.C. TO COORDINATEhere is modest in size, highlighted BLOCKING W/ SIGN VENDOR. SS 01with black metal finishes but sleek EQ. EQ. and push-thru, back-lit signage. A structural engineering consultant was used to specify beam and column locations, sizes, and connections to the storefront framing and bracing to the existing mall structure.

TEMPERED STOREFRO

Shremshock Architects, Inc. LEASE LIN

(PR) 3'-0" DOORS

EQUAL 3'-8 1/8"±

6'-0" E5

19'-10 5/8" A-501 LL TO LL SIGNAGE ABOVE REFER TO STOREFRONT ELEVATION

A1

P

2'-4" HOLD

A5

A10

A-401

A-401

E9

(E) NEUTRAL PIER

COLUMBIANA CIRCLE COLUMBIA, SC 29212 SPACE #1235 3.0 TYPE: PREMIUM

SGH STORE #: 1238

STOREFRONT SYSTEM, AS SPECIFIED

A-501

STOREFRONT BASE 0'-6" A.F.F.

STOREFRONT DRAWN BY: JJHBASE

0'-6" A.F.F.

0'-0" AUTHORIZED FOR:

A5

D1

STOREFRONT SECTION AT ENTRY 2

3

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

4

SEE FOR ATTA TYP.

ELM/KMM REVIEWED BY:FLOOR FINISH

FINISH FLOOR 0'-0"

SCALE: A-301 3/4" = 1'-0"

1

1

100 BEYOND

STOREFRONT SYSTEM, AS SPECIFIED

5

A10

STOREFRONT PLAN SCALE: & ELEVATION3/4" = 1'-0"

STOREFRONT SECTION AT DISPLAY WINDOW 6

7

8

9

10

STO


P L AY G R O U N D R E N O VAT I O N C L I E N T: K N O X C O U N T Y L E A R N I N G C E N T E R SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPT DESIGN - RENDERING - CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS The Knox County Learning Center, located in Mount Vernon, Ohio, provides special education services for grades kindergarten through 12. Over the years, the school has received less state funding and in consequence, has not had the funds to maintain and upgrade the school playground. In desperate need of an upgrade, the school’s superintendent and representatives from Habitat for Humanity, reached out to my firm for help. They requested plans to renovate the existing playground to better serve the students and faculty. Without the ability to compensate, our firm had little resources to take on the project. Disregarding the inability to receive compensation, I saw the project as an exciting opportunity to make a positive impact on a community that is truly in need of a great outdoor space that would enrich the students’ educational experiences; that for me is compensation enough. The Knox County Learning Center community requested to replace half of the playground’s asphalt surface with a new lawn area, an outdoor classroom space, and shaded areas for older students to hang out. They wanted to keep the existing basketball court and playground equipment area for the younger students. Working with the school’s superintendent, Habitat for Humanity, and other members of the community, I was able to design a new playground that the community takes pride in and cherishes as their own. After a few design concepts, meetings, and site visits, I believe the final plan (right) embodies all that the community desires in a playground space for students and faculty of all ages.

MOUNT VERNON, OH


P L AY G R O U N D R E N O VAT I O N

MOUNT VERNON, OH

C L I E N T: K N O X C O U N T Y L E A R N I N G C E N T E R SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPT DESIGN - RENDERING - CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS After the development of a final design for the playground renovation, the Knox County Learning Center needed a construction drawing set for implementing the improvements. In order for the school to afford the construction costs of the project, the project was broken up into two phases: Phase 1: -Demolition and clean-up -Laying down grass seed for the new lawn area In-Progress Photo:

Phase 2: -Plantings: new trees, shrubs, and flowers -Brick sign -Replacement of playground equipment To the right is the site planting plan for phase 2. PLAN NORTH

PLANTING PLAN

1/8" = 1'-0"


RESIDENTIAL ADDITION

C I N C I N N AT I , O H

SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPTUAL DESIGN - CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS I am currently working on a residential addition freelance project for a single family residence in Cincinnati, Ohio. The project consists of a new two-car garage, breezeway, retaining walls, an in-ground pool, facade improvements, and a new driveway. The new garage and breezeway is designed to match the architectural character of the existing home.

SITE PLAN

FLOOR PLAN


RESIDENTIAL ADDITION SCOPE OF WORK: - CONCEPTUAL DESIGN - CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

C I N C I N N AT I , O H


PERSPECTIVE DRAWING


PERSPECTIVE DRAWING


THANK YOU

C O N TA C T PHONE: (770) 789-3719 EMAIL: JAKEHENDERSON121@GMAIL.COM

Henderson Design Portfolio  
Henderson Design Portfolio  

In this design portfolio, I have chosen projects that highlight my skills in planning, urban design, architecture, landscape design, and gra...

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