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TITLE

PRE-CAST CONCRETE REBAR

CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE 4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

WATER SEEPAGE

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

project description

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

METAL CLIPS

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

PERFCON PANEL

PVC MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

WATER SEEPAGE

WATER SEEPAGE

GLASS CANOPY 1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCETE SLAB

PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

RIGID BOARD CAVITY INSULATION

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET

ALUMINUM WINDOW UNIT

LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

PRE-CAST CONCRETE BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

#10

ANODIZED ALUMINUM

#9

ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH

#8 ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE WATER SEEPAGE

18 GUAGE METAL STUDS

WATER SEEPAGE

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLAZING

#7 #6 #5 <#5

INSECT SCREEN FRAME ALUM. WINDOW FRAME 1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

BACKER ROD & SEALANT

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS

1” GROUT JOINT

STEEL W6X16 2” RIGID BD INSULATION CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

AYESHA HUSAIN JENNA MILLER REBECCA COSTANZO JOE BRENNAN jab2315

WATER SEEPAGE

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL

PRECAST “PERFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

DINING WALL DETAIL

TITLE

PRE-CAST CONCRETE REBAR

CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE 4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

WATER SEEPAGE

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

project description

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

METAL CLIPS

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

PERFCON PANEL

PVC MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

WATER SEEPAGE

WATER SEEPAGE

GLASS CANOPY 1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCETE SLAB

PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

RIGID BOARD CAVITY INSULATION

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET

ALUMINUM WINDOW UNIT

LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

PRE-CAST CONCRETE BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

#10

ANODIZED ALUMINUM

#9

ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH

#8 ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE WATER SEEPAGE

18 GUAGE METAL STUDS

WATER SEEPAGE

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLAZING

#7 #6 #5 <#5

INSECT SCREEN FRAME ALUM. WINDOW FRAME 1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

BACKER ROD & SEALANT

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS

1” GROUT JOINT

STEEL W6X16 2” RIGID BD INSULATION CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

AYESHA HUSAIN JENNA MILLER REBECCA COSTANZO JOE BRENNAN jab2315

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PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

METAL CLIPS

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

PERFCON PANEL

PVC MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

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PRE-CAST CONCRETE

BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

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ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH

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1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE WATER SEEPAGE

18 GUAGE METAL STUDS

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SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION

GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLAZING

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PRE-CAST CONCRETE REBAR

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INSECT SCREEN FRAME

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

WATER SEEPAGE

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION

ALUM. WINDOW FRAME 1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

BACKER ROD & SEALANT

ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS

1” GROUT JOINT

STEEL W6X16

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

2” RIGID BD INSULATION

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CIP SLAB ON GRADE

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FOUNDATION WALL

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL

MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

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CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL

DINING WALL DETAIL

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

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CAST-IN-PLACE CONCETE SLAB

PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

RIGID BOARD CAVITY INSULATION

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET

ALUMINUM WINDOW UNIT

LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

PRE-CAST CONCRETE BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

#10

ANODIZED ALUMINUM

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ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH

#8 ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE WATER SEEPAGE

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CIP SLAB ON GRADE

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

FOUNDATION WALL

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MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

PRECAST “PERFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

WATER SEEPAGE

CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

DINING WALL DETAIL PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

METAL CLIPS

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

project description

PRE-CAST CONCRETE REBAR

PERFCON PANEL

WATER SEEPAGE

PC CONCRETE BEAM GLASS CANOPY

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION 1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

PVC MEMBRANE

1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS STEEL W6X16

PC CONCRETE BEAM

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

GLASS CANOPY 1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

2” RIGID BD INSULATION

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB WATER SEEPAGE

CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL WATER SEEPAGE MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCETE SLAB RIGID BOARD CAVITY INSULATION ALUMINUM WINDOW UNIT

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS PRE-CAST CONCRETE

ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

DINING WALL DETAIL ANODIZED ALUMINUM

ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH PVC MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION 1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE CONCRETE BEAM

WATER SEEPAGE

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB 18 GUAGE METAL STUDS PC CONCRETE BEAM BATT INSULATION GLASS CANOPY 1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GLAZING 1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE INSECT SCREEN ELECTRIC SHADEFRAME POCKET LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER BACKER ROD & SEALANT CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

WATER SEEPAGE

GLASS CANOPY PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

RIGID BOARD CAVITY INSULATION

LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER

CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE

#10

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

ANODIZED ALUMINUM

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION

ALUM. SOFFIT PANEL, PAINTED FINISH

#9

ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

18 GUAGE METAL STUDS

WATER SEEPAGE

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB PC CONCRETE BEAM

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLAZING

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

INSECT SCREEN FRAME

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

PERFCON PANEL

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

BACKER ROD & SEALANT

PERIMETER FIRE CONTAINMENT SYSTEM

1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

#10

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

#9

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB

#8

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  1” GROUT JOINT SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

METAL CLIPS

CONCRETE PAVERS

#7

STEEL W6X16

#6

2” RIGID BD INSULATION

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB

#10

CIP SLAB ON GRADE

#5

PERFCON PANEL

#9

FOUNDATION WALL

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#8

ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

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ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

GLASS CANOPY

ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION GYPSUM BOARD SHEATHING

#8

METAL CLIPS

ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS

1” CEMENT PLASTER ON METAL LATHE

WATER SEEPAGE

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

ELECTRIC SHADE POCKET

METAL CLIPS

REBAR

PRE-CAST CONCRETE BREAKFORM ALUMINUM SILL

PVC MEMBRANE

DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE PRE-CAST CONCRETE

ALUMINUM WINDOW UNIT

PERFCON PANEL DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

1/2” PAINTED STEEL PLATE

CAST-IN-PLACE CONCETE SLAB

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

PERFCON PANEL

ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

#9 #8

#7

SINGLE GLAZED AREA LINEAR SLOT DIFFUSER REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

#7 #6 WATER SEEPAGE

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PRECAST “PERFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

#5

CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL <#5

DINING WALL DETAIL

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

CONCRETE PAVERS STEEL W6X16

ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

2” RIGID BD INSULATION

1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL 1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL

#9

2” TOPPING SLAB

#8

CONCRETE PAVERS

SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

DINING WALL DETAIL

-BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

#10

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH

MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD

#7

STEEL W6X16 2” RIGID BD INSULATION

#6

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

CIP SLAB ON GRADE

#5 FOUNDATION WALL <#5

MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

WATER SEEPAGE

ALUM. WINDOW FRAME 1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION

PVC MEMBRANE DIRECT GLAZED 1” IGU

#6

1/8” ALUM. PERF. PANEL

CUT-AWAY WALL -6” STL.DETAIL STUD @ 16 O.C.

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL 1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

#10 PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL WATER SEEPAGE PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

#5

ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

METAL CLIPS

REBAR

CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE

WATER SEEPAGE

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PRE-CAST CONCRETE

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ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

WATER SEEPAGE

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL

PVC MEMBRANE

RFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

#7 #6 #5

PRE-CAST CONCRETE

INSECT SCREEN FRAME

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

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SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

METAL CLIPS

PERFCON PANEL

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

1” GROUT JOINT

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

PVC MEMBRANE

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

PRECAST “PERFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

DINING WALL DETAIL

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS STEEL W6X16 2” RIGID BD INSULATION CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

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MID-MANHATTAN LIBRARY RENOVATION + ADDITION GSAPP A4002 Core Studio II 455 5th Avenue New York, New York Spring 2011 317,850 sf library renovation that is comprised of programmed circuits tailored to the lives and schedules of busy New Yorkers. Studio Critic: Mark Wasiuta


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PALEOCLIMATE CELL

2-PERSON TRANSPORTABLE WORK CELL GSAPP A4001 Core Studio I Grand Canyon, Arizon Fall 2010 Collapsible and mutable, this cell can be carried into less-explored areas and lowered into ravines on support cables secured by climbing cams. Work shifts and rest breaks are careully scheduled between the researchers during the descent into the Canyon. Studio Critic: M. Joaquim Soeiro Moreno


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Division of Laboratory 4 [+] Geoengineering Lab is adjacent to the machine shop and takes a proactive stance on removing GHGs from the atmosphere. [-] Projections Lab is a policy discussion space that frames the a view of the adjacent highway as a dystopian warning against the current climate trajectory.

C-CORE LABORATORY

CLIMATOLOGICAL CENTER OF RESEARCH + EDUCATION GSAPP A4001 Core Studio I South Street Seaport New York, New York Fall 2010 C-CORE functions both as a working climatology lab and as a public education center. Visitors move through C-CORE, in and out of lab spaces, and around a core of work cells. Prescribed views enhance the experience of walking through the progression of climate change, at an elevation which represents greenhouse gas (GHG) levels. Studio Critic: M. Joaquim Soierio Moreno


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C-CORE Lab 5 The core of the building becomes Lab 5, a naturally lit, idyllic environment where public and private meet, teach and learn. Views across and into the other laboratories allow for a unique research climate that benefits both researchers and visitors.


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DENSEcity HOUSING EAST HARLEM HOUSING PROJECT GSAPP A4003 Core Studio III 125th Street and Lexington Avenue New York, New York Fall 2011 There is an impending crisis of density facing cities, and East Harlem must densify in new, affordable ways to ensure a high quality of life. Studio Critic: Laura Kurgan


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RESIDENTIAL UNIT COMMERCIAL UNIT EAST HARLEM NORTH 10035 EAST HARLEM SOUTH 10029

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46 PROPERTIES OWNED BY DAWNAY DAY

46 properties in East Harlem are owned by British real estate company Dawnay Day (DDEH). Block 1630, located between E. 102nd St. and E. 103rd St. east of Park Avenue, consists of seven DDEH buildings with 180 residential units. Based on residential square footages and South East Harlem’s average family size of 3.32 people, there is no more than 190 sf per person living in these buildings. [DEVELOPER] DENSITY. LOTS OWNED BY SAME OWNER PER BLOCK That is significantly more dense than most parts of New York and only 63% the scale of AdaptNYC’s proposed 300 sf micro-unit.

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Extend Arts Cluster NYCEDC’s Arts Cluster for El Barrio should be extended northward to the site, which will become a new hub of arts in East Harlem. This will allow for a new connection into the 125th Street Cultural Corridor, increasing mass transit accessibility and incentivizing the production of more public art, shops, restaurants, and galleries along walking route.


St

Maximum Density 330 sf pre-fab residential units populate the block infrastructure and utilize vertical space to maximize the program space, light and air. Views are best from from public areas, privacy is preserved in bedroom space with louvre system.

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-TERRITORIALIZE RUIN ROCKAWAY RESIDENCE POST-SANDY GSAPP A4006 Advanced Strudio VI 1-35 Beach 135th Street Rockaway Peninsula, Queens Spring 2013 Sandy has ruined the Rockaways, but in so doing, has exposed the need for a new type of territorialization-- one which accounts for the compression of time and space. Studio Critics: Michael Bell, Zak Kostura


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“THINK IN TERMS OF RETREAT” --NY Governor Andrew Cuomo

The Peninsula The Rockaway Peninsula is striated by socioeconomic and racial diversity. The striation between neighborhoods is further emphasized by building typology. Superstorm Sandy exposed the Rockaways’ major dependencies on the city and vulnerability from the ocean. In February 2013 Governor Cuomo called for a de-territorialization of the Rockaways, but it soon became clear that the Rockaways will be re- (not de-) territorialized.

How can Sandy rebu the The Site

Belle Harbor / Neponsit is the wealthiest neighborhood in the Rockaways and predominantly consists of single-family balloon-frame homes, many of which suffered substantial damage in Sandy. Cuomo proposed spending $400 million to buy out homeowners in the flood zones, but even this amount would be insufficient.

1-35 Beach 135th Street is an example of a house that was ‘ruined’ by Sandy and set to be demolished before being rebuilt.


BELLE HARBOR / NEPONSIT

BEACH 135TH STREET

1-35 BEACH 135TH STREET

dy inform our decisions to build and re-territorialize the Rockaway Peninsula? 33

BEACH 135TH STREET 2007


1-35 BEACH 135TH STREET POST - SANDY

BEACH 135TH STREET 2013

1-35 BEACH 135TH STREET POST - SANDY

BEACH 135TH STREET 2013

1-35 BEACH 135TH STREET POST - SANDY

BEACH 135TH STREET 2013

1-35 BEACH 135TH STREET POST - SANDY

The House

BEACH 135TH STREET 2013

Though the house has been destroyed by Sandy, many of its materials remain on site and intact. Though the domestic space has been invaded by exterior forces, the house is still salvageable and is worth being saved for future consideration.


WHAT IF A BRICK COULD EMBODY THE MEMORY OF A SPACE?

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BEACH CONCE SKETCH

Re-Territorialize There is an abundance of usable material available Post-Sandy--and not just from the boardwalk. What materials are salvageable, and how much can one actually save? How can the domestic space be Re-built? Re-conceptualized? Re-experienced?


BEACH 135T CONCEPTU SKETCHES

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BEACH 135TH STREET CONCEPTUAL SKETCHES


WALL ELEVATION :: NORTHEAST FACADE GENERATIVE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

WALL ELEVATION :: NORTHEAST FACADE GENERATIVE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS

The Wall The front facade of the house has become a cantilever. Structural Anallysis WALLGenerative ELEVATION :: FACADE shows thatNORTHEAST the lateral forces moving through GENERATIVE STRUCTURAL the wall have been redistributed in such a ANALYSIS manner that glass has become structural. The storm has reorganized purpose.

GLASS HAS BECOME STRUCTURAL


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Downward Gaze By continuing to occupy / re-occupying the house in a new way, the surviving materials assert their strength and their presence--they should not be forgotten. There is an optical opacification and a reflective muddling of sight. The horizon is cut off from the inside. The purposeful disruption of the view--the forcing of the gaze down to the water from the sky implies a refocusing on the force that actually caused the change (â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;damageâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;).


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CROSS-SECTION A

ELEVATION :: NORTHEAST

SECTION B

ELEVATION :: SOUTHEAST

CROSS-SECTION B

ELEVATION :: SOUTHWEST

SECTION C

ELEVATION :: NORTHWEST


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Time is Constant Ebb + Flow The present continues to be captured and structured by the past. The present is both past and future. There will be no immediate deterritorialization of the Rockaways; residents should be allowed to stay until their existing materials can no longer weather the storm.


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Flooding Happens Emergency response has focused on the storm as a â&#x20AC;&#x153;crisisâ&#x20AC;? and considered displaced materials to be waste. The storm must be seen not as a singular event, but as a cyclical ebb and flow of recovery and preparation.

The materials of this house have proven they can weather the storm and will be allowed to stand until they no longer can.


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eL.I.C.

ELEVATED INCUBATOR CITY GSAPP A4005 Core Studio V 7 Train Tracks + Queensboro Bridge Ramps Long Island City, Queens Fall 2012 With the introduction of Cornellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Tech Campus to Roosevelt Island, there needs to be a new form of incubation space across the East River in Long Island City. Affordable incubation spaces surround existing elevated infrastructure, and when the 7 Train is ultimately buried, the tracks will be converted into a green community and commercial promenade and bike path. Studio Critics: Laurie Hawkinson, Vishaan Chakrabarti


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WHITE MULBERRY

10

GOLDENRAIN TREE

10 HACKBERRY

10

BLACK LOCUST

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CHINESE ELM

CRABAPPLE

13

9

HAWTHORN

21

9

JAPANESE ZELKOVA

48

50

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CHERRY

65 JAPANESE PAGODA TREE

98

HONEY LOCUST 

1%

PURPLE LEAF PLUM GREEN ASH

SERVICEBERRY

2% 2% 2%

16%

3% 4%

13%

6% LINDEN (VARIOUS)

152 OAK (VARIOUS)

233

10%

377

10%

CALLERY PEAR

302

10%

LONDON PLANETREE

241

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A TREE GROWS IN QUEENS Lowest Street Tree Growth According to the New York City Street Tree Census, there are 239,882 trees in Queens. 1,965 of those trees are located in L.I.C. That means less than 1% of trees lining the streets of Queens are locatedd n L.I.C.


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7 - LINE SECTIONAL CONDITIONS

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7 - LINE SECTIONAL CONDITIONS

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7 - LINE SECTIONAL CONDITIONS

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7 - LINE SECTIONAL CONDITIONS

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Long Island City - 7 Train

Manhattan - High Line

Long Island City - 7 Train

Manhattan - High Line An Inverse High Line The 7 Train tracks are still active; the High Lineâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tracks had been abandoned for years. eL.I.C. will learn from the High Line and adapt the benefits to its own sectional character.

RAISE RETROFIT

CREATE

GROW

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FEED

REUSE INHABIT RECYCLE

COEXIST


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Industrial to Inhabitable The 7 Train tracks are a vestige of heavyhanded 20th Century industrial infrastructure that have divided and blighted their immediate surroundings. eL.I.C. will work with noise and light concerns to reprogram the space surrounding the tracks.

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PUBLIC ART SPACE 43RD AVENUE GARDENS

LIVE / WO

ROOFTOP CINEMA

QUEENSBORO BRIDGE

VEGETATED PARKS SKYWAY SYSTEM ESCALATORS


VE / WORK RENTALS

GARDENS

CINEMA BRIDGE

Redevelopment scheme as viewed from 7 Train tracks.

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MTA 30’ PUBLIC Queensboro  Bridge  Off-Ramps

22nd Street

PRIVATE  Silvercup Studios Lot

7 Train

Queensboro  Bridge  Off-Ramps

PRIVATE 

DOT 23rd Street

Warehouse

22nd Street

PRIVATE  Silvercup Studios Lot

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY 

METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY 

NO OWNER - PUBLIC AIR SPACE

NO OWNER - PUBLIC AIR SPACE

PRIVATE 

DOT 23rd Street

MTA 7 Train

Warehouse


Live / Work Studios

NEW PUBLIC Live/  

NEW PUBLIC

/ Work  Incubators Queensboro  Bridge  Off-Ramps

22nd Street

NEW PUBLIC Silvercup Studios Lot

              

NEW PUBLIC

     PRIVATE    Commercial  Retail /  Restaurants

Bike Lane

PRIVATE 

Park & Ride 

Rentable  Classroom  / Gallery /  Night Life

Rentable Workshop  

DOT 23rd Street

Warehouse

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP MTA 7 Train

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION  METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY  NO OWNER - PUBLIC AIR SPACE

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NEW PUBLIC Queensboro  Bridge  Off-Ramps

              

     PRIVATE    Commercial  Retail /  Restaurants

/ Work  Incubators Queensboro  Bridge  Off-Ramps

PRIVATE 

Park & Ride  Silvercup Lot

22nd Street

NEW PUBLIC Silvercup Studios Lot

DOT 23rd Street

METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY  NO OWNER - PUBLIC AIR SPACE

22nd Street

Rentable  Classroom  / Gallery /  Night Life

NEW PUBLIC

     PRIVATE    Commercial  Retail /  Restaurants

PRIVATE 

Park & Ride  DOT 23rd Street

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP

PRIVATE OWNERSHIP DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION 

Warehouse

NEW PUBLIC Silvercup Studios Lot

              

MTA 7 Train

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION  METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY  NO OWNER - PUBLIC AIR SPACE

MTA 7 Train

Warehouse


New Live / Work Incubation Spaces stand above market and retail spaces on former tracks. The ground plane has been raised and greened, and where the trains once ran, bike and pedestrian lanes now traverse.

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PARAMETR


TRICS


FRACTILITY

A TACTILE FRACTAL FACADE ELEMENT GSAPP A4004 Columbia Building Intelligence Project New York, New York Spring 2012 CATIA-generated parametric element that changes porosity, scale and height, revolves and evolves in relation to attractor point and angle. CATIA / Technical Consultants: Adam Modesitt, Victor Keto


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71 Element Construction CATIA-generated output of fractility elements. Aggregation affected by attractor point.


Fractility elements applied to garage facade as screen.

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GREE(N)VENT

HYDROPONIC ATRIUM SYSTEM: RE(N)VENT EGRESS Columbia Building Intelligence Project New York, New York Spring 2012 CATIA-generated parametric egress system that changes volume, landing type, scale, and form based on the amount of new program space added between floors at landing levels. Studio Critics: Scott Marble, Laura Kurgan, David Benjamin Technical Consultants: Adam Modesitt, Victor Keto


GREE(N)VENT 75


‘DEAD’ STAIRWELLS WILL BE A VESTIGE OF THE PAST

Reinvent and ‘Green’ Egress By creating new flexible programmable spaces at landings, this will allow for light to permeate interior spaces, and it will increase air flow. It will also increase the frequency of chance interactions between people across floors and the amount of usable, programmable spaces in the building.


Inputs based on existing building geometry and intended program

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Atrium is designed based on recommendations to address key issues of the following within urban buildings:

Scorecard monitors changes in atrium geometry and landing size based on number of people occupying the programmed landing space.

HEALTH

Scorecard also tracks building energy consumption and user health based on calories saved by using the stairs instead of elevator and natural instead of artificial lighting.

Take the stairs instead of the elevator

SPATIAL QUALITY Enhance space with natural daylighting

COMMUNITY

Create new spaces that increase interaction between people

DENSITY

Add program space where it will not count toward FAR


Retrofit examples

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near downtown.

Seating-scape

<un>FOLD FLINT

ORIGAMI PAVILIONS TO REVITALIZE FLINT Flint Flat Lot Competition Flint, Michigan Spring 2013 Developed to cater to car culture, Flintâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s downtown is over 50% parking surface. This created a downtown that is neither an urban center, nor pedestrian friendly. Flint is currently working with the community to develop a new master plan to redefine its downtown and adapt to its deindustrialized state. <FOLD> aims to unfold existing and new recreational and educational programs. This is in line with proposals for planned shrinkage to redistribute Flintâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s remaining population into consolidated neighborhoods near downtown. In collaboration with: Wassim Shaaban


Urban Strategy <FOLD> is envisioned as a part of a larger urban strategy, as a flexible tool to aide the master plan process by temporarily, and inexpensively testing proposed programs for underutilized land in downtown Flint. This strategy provides new small businesses with an opportunity to to sell their good and test Flintâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s market, potentially attracting consumers and residents to communal events and festivals.

Site Strategy Folded and stored on the periphery of the site, <FOLD> forms a visible physical marker and also creates intimate public seating spaces with amenities including charging stations and bike parking. Inspired by University of Michigan-Flintâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s action-oriented academic goals, and a publicly engaged student body. We designed a structure that partially opens to provide public learning spaces that facilitate collaboration between campus and community.

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When used for events, <FOLD> is unfolded into three typologies: 1 Recreational and event space 2 Seating-scape 3 Expanding commercial edge


Structure Origami is the most efficient retractable system, which has been used for a breadth of purposes, from folded solar arrays and vehicular airbags. The Miura fold necessitates only one motion to expand compact state, which makes it user friendly and effortless to transform. The logic of rigid origami combines envelope and structural systems into one, thus reducing the amount of material needed. The system utilizes repeated rigid panels attached to a Tyvek plane, requiring no mechanical hinges.

Budget By Material: Material

$ per unit

Tyvek

$0.25 /sq.ft

Industrial Glue

$0.4 /sq.ft

7 ply Birch wood

$1.70 /sq.ft

Corrugated plastic Medium Density Foam Blue Foam

$1.55 /sq.ft $0.?? /sq.ft

Casters

$70 /unit

Caster Bolts

$3.50 /4units

Flex Solar Panel

$66 /sq.ft

$ per unit

$0.7 /sq.ft

By Pavilion Type : Type

Sq.Ft

Total Cost

Stage

1248 sq.ft

$3500

Stage Seating Commercial Edge

Planter Seating

Grand Total


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SOUTH SAGINAW STREET

C O M M E R C I A L

SOUTH SAGINAW SOUTH STREET SAGINAW SOUTH STREET SAG

STATUE PLAZA

HISTORIC ARCH

HISTORIC ARCHHISTORIC ARCHHI

E D G E

Event Spaces EventEvent Spaces Event Spaces Spaces Event Event Spaces Spaces

Charging Charging Station Charging Station Charging Station Charging Station Station Charging Station and Bike andParking Bike andParking Bike and Parking and Bike Bike Parking Parking and Bike Parking

S


ENTRANCE

EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL EDGEEDGE

HISTORIC ARCH HISTORIC ARCH

RECREATIONAL RECREATIONAL CORECORE

ENTRANCE

STATUE PLAZA

C O M M E R C I A L

HARRISON STREET HARRISON STREET

Event Event Seating Seating ScapeScape

E D G E

E D G E Interior Interior view view

EXIT

SOUTH SAGINAW STREET SOUTH SAGINAW STREET

C O M M E R C I A L

ENTRANCE

READING READING AREA AREA

EXIT

on Station ng Parking

EXIT

ENTRANCE

aces

EXIT

FIRST STREET FIRST STREET

0

5

10

0 20 5

10

20

Site Plan Site Plan

87

Sidewalk Sidewalk Re-Commercialization Re-Commercialization

Educational Educational Workspace Workspace

447 447


PROCESS

APPLICATION

C-BIPPLANN

EVALUATION

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY

WORKFLO ENERGY ANALYSIS

ESTABLISH BLOCK VALUES

MASSING: DEVELOPMENT

INTERVENTIONS: QUALITY OF LIFE

ELEMENTS: ENERGY

SELECT DESIRED OPTION

AVAILABLE FAR ORIENTATION OF SITES LOCATION OF STREETS & AVENUES BASE ENERGY USE TERMS OF COLLABORATION

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

WORKFLOW ROOF-COURTYARD TRADE

SELECT DESIRED OPTION

LOCATION OF ACCESS POINTS GROUND FLOOR CHANGES EVALUATION

C-BIPPLANNING COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

C-BIPPLANNING

MASSING BIAS:

QUALITY OF LIFE

NORTH

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

NEW TOTAL FAR:

10.20

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

10,042 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

85,558 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

67,500 SF

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

37.6 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

12 FLOORS

BLOCK

ROOF ADDITION:

ENERGY

CARBON FOOTPRINT

ACCESS CORRIDOR

SELF-SHADING:

853,479

% SELF-SHADING

43%

INPUT:

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

3

MASSING BIAS:

EAST

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

NEW TOTAL FAR:

10.02

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

9,891 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

82,158 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

93,840 SF

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

10 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

12 FLOORS

BLOCK

ROOF ADDITION:

CARBON FOOTPRINT

ACCESS CORRIDOR

SELF-SHADING:

834,513

% SELF-SHADING

92%

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL INPUT:

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

DEVELOPMENT

NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

3

DEVELOPMENT

DEVELOPMENT

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS

QUALITY OF LIFE

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

ENERGY

INPUT:

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

1

MASSING BIAS:

NORTH

QUALITY OF LIFE

EVALUATION

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

12 FLOORS

BLOCK

NEW TOTAL FAR:

9.24

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

13,920 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

67,199 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

49,079 SF

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

37.6 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

ROOF ADDITION:

CARBON FOOTPRINT

ENERGY

ELEMENTS: ENERGY

ACCESS CORRIDOR

SELF-SHADING:

768,132

% SELF-SHADING

23%

INPUT: BLOCK

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING B

NUMBER OF ADDITION

3

MASSING BIAS:

WEST

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE L

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR ACCESS POINTS:

0

SITE / ZONING

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT AVENUE / STREET LOCAT SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15 MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887

12 FLOORS

8-10 FLOORS

SPACE SWAP

8-10 FLOORS

SPACE SWAP

8-10 FLOORS

SPACE SWAP

8-10 FLOORS

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

3 FLOORS ADDED

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

MASSING = NORTH NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.21

MASSING = NORTH NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.21

MASSING = EAST NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.02

MASSING = EAST NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.02

C. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 9.2

MIDRISE-MANHATTAN BUILDING RETROFIT STRATEGY Columbia Building Intelligence Project 2560 Broadway, New York, New York Spring 2012 CATIA-generated parametric design strategy for developing mid-rise residential buildings in a way that maximizes values. Studio Critics: Scott Marble, Laura Kurgan, David Benjamin Technical Consultants: Adam Modesitt, Victor Keto, Jonatan Schumacher Environmental Consultant: Emilie Hagen

NO FAR AVAILABLE

C. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 9.2


INPUT:

OUTPUT: DEVELOPMENT

BLOCK

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

0

QUALITY OF LIFE

MASSING BIAS: % GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

ENERGY

ROOF ADDITION:

ACCESS CORRIDOR

8-10 FLOORS

SPACE SWAP

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

X SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

X SF

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

8,879 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

82,158 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

93,840 SF

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

37.6 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

ENERGY

CARBON FOOTPRINT

SELF-SHADING:

877,187

% SELF-SHADING

92%

0%

INPUT:

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

1

MASSING BIAS:

NORTH

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

NEW TOTAL FAR:

8.43

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

14,152 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

52,199 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

37,600 SF

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

37.6 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

12 FLOORS

BLOCK

ROOF ADDITION:

CARBON FOOTPRINT

ACCESS CORRIDOR

SELF-SHADING:

701,750

% SELF-SHADING

8%

INPUT:

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

1

MASSING BIAS:

WEST

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

0%

NUMBER OF INTERIOR-BLOCK ACCESS POINTS:

0

12 FLOORS

ROOF ADDITION:

ACCESS CORRIDOR

8-10 FLOORS

SPACE SWAP

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

3 FLOORS ADDED

BASE ADDITION

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

ORIGINAL HEIGHT

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

NO FAR AVAILABLE

SELF-SHADING:

NO FAR AVAILABLE

D. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 9.7

D. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 9.7

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CATIA-generated massing iterations based on social, environmental, and financial factors.

32,504 SF

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

12,500 SF

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

77,699 SF

VIEW FACTOR (FACADE SURFACE AREA):

53,129 SF

CARBON FOOTPRINT

SPACE SWAP

A. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 8.4

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

37.6 KBTU/SF

8-10 FLOORS

A. TOWERS = 1 NEW TOTAL FAR: 8.4

BLOCK

NEW TOTAL FAR:

9.7

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

SPACE SWAP

MASSING = WEST NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.55

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

8-10 FLOORS

MASSING = WEST NEW TOTAL FAR: 10.55

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

DEVELOPMENT

NEW TOTAL FAR:

10.55

% SELF-SHADING

QUALITY OF LIFE

QUALITY OF LIFE

WEST

BLOCK

522,052

ENERGY

NUMBER OF ADDITIONS:

3

DEVELOPMENT

DEVELOPMENT

TOTAL FAR AVAILABLE:

12 W/ INCLUSIONARY HOUSING BONUS

ACCESS CORRIDOR

CONTINUOUS? NO AREA OF RESIDENTIAL SPACE:

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

QUALITY OF LIFE

OUTPUT:

BLOCK

ROOF ADDITION:

2635 SF

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

ENERGY

INPUT:

12 FLOORS

AREA RECREATION SPACE:

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

% GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL SPACE LOST:

32,504 SF

ORIGINAL BLOCK FAR: 5.67

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

ESIDENTIAL

MASSING BIAS:

AREA OF COMMERCIAL SPACE:

COURTYARD CUTS:

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

CE:

5.67

CARBON FOOTPRINT

ORIGINAL BLOCK FAR: 5.67

SPACE:

EXISTING TOTAL FAR:

37.6 KBTU/SF

MAXIMUM BLDG HEIGHT: 210’ AVENUE / STREET LOCATIONS SETBACKS: 10’ AVE / 15’ ST MINIMUM BLDG WIDTH: 15’ TOTAL LOT SIZE: 18,887 SF

12 FLOORS

BLOCK

ENERGY USE INTENSITY:

SITE / ZONING

ELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

RFACE AREA):

COLUMBIA BUILDING INTELLIGENCE PROJECT CITY OF NEW YORK

MID-RISE RESIDENTIAL

PPLANNING

SPACE:

C-BIPPLANNING

EVALUATION

810,805

% SELF-SHADING

52%


TECHNOL


LOGY


3

TYPICAL STEEL CONNECTION AXON NTS

4

EXPLODED STEEL CONNECTION AXON NTS

2 2

A402

S100

Structure Axon

Caroline Lebar / Jenna Miller / Jenny Ratner / Anthony Sunga Caroline Lebar / Jenna Miller / Jenny Ratner / Anthony Sunga

PROJECT: PROJECT:

2

TEAM: TEAM:

1

4 S100

Ice-cycle

1580 Story Avenue Ice-cycle Bronx, NY 10473 1580 Story Avenue Bronx, NY 10473

Steel Connection Details and Framing Axon Steel Connection Details and Framing Axon

ICE-CYCLE

CENTER FOR ICE MANUFACTURING GSAPP A4115 Architectural Technology V Bronx, New York Spring 2012 The Ice-Cycle building balances sustainable design with the needs of an intensive industrial process, taking advantage of the byproducts of ice manufacturing to condition the building. Studio Critics: A. Jay Hibbs, Pat Hopple, Jeff Huang Collaborators: Caroline Lebar, Jenny Ratner, Anthony Sunga

Icebox Structure A

S S


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A

B

C

26' - 9"

D

30' - 0"

26' - 0"

E 28' - 0"

F

G

28' - 0"

28' - 0"

H 28' - 0"

I 26' - 0"

11.

ICEBOX

22.

TERRA COTTA RAIN SCREEN PANELS OVER OPERABLE WINDOW

33.

FOUNDATION FOOTINGS

44.

THICKENED SLAB

55.

ENTRANCE PLAZA

66.

ROOF TERRACE

77.

LOADING DOCK

88.

LOADING / FREIGHT ENTRANCE

99.

RECEPTION / LOBBY

10

IRRIGATION TANKS

11

OFFICE SPACE

12

FLOOR HEIGHT TRUSS

J

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5

3

1

2

A303

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A302

A302

6 Roof 116' - 0"

10

9

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

2 Level 7 88' - 0"

2 11

11 Level 6 74' - 0"

12 11

11 Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 4 46' - 0"

1 2 1 A303

Level 3 32' - 0"

2 Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

4

9

8

5

7 Level 1 0' - 0" Foundations -4' - 0"

3

The building is divided into three sections by its two large service cores, which are 112 feet apart and centered along the building’s long axis. The symmetrical cores contain the building’s mechanical rooms, egress stairs, bathrooms, and oversized freight elevators. The ice manufacturing “ice box” takes up the area between the two service cores on floors 2-4 and has special insulated access to the east freight elevator. The ground floor acts as an open, public plaza, with enclosed lobby space around the west service core

Longitudinal Section (thru Stair)

A301

and covered freight access to the east core. The plaza provides bike parking and inviting, shaded space. Floors 5-7 and the spaces east and west of the ice core are office zones, which can be used entirely by the ice manufacturer or can be sublet to other tenants. The double-height seventh floor has a small mezzanine level with a balcony, and can be used as event space. The roof is fully accessible and is planted with an intensive green roof that has a shaded, paved terrace area spanning between the two cores.

A. Jay Hibbs / Pat Hopple / Jeff Huang

DATE:

Ice-cycle

1580 Story Avenue Bronx, NY 10473

CONSULT:

Caroline Lebar / Jenna Miller / Jenny Ratner / Anthony Sunga

PROJECT:

East-West Section Through Staircase 1/8" = 1'-0"

TEAM:

1

3

1 May 2012 SCALE:

1/8" =


NELS OVER OPERABLE WINDOW UNITS (TYP.)

COLUMN SPLICE CONNECTION

BEAM TO COLUMN CONNECTION 1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

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1

A301

A301

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A300

A300

A300

A301

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4 3.6 10' - 0"

3

4' - 0" 6' - 2"10' - 0"

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- 0" 4' - 0" 6'30' -10' 2"- 0"

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23

4' - 0" 6' - 2" 30' -9'0"- 10"

1

2

1

10'30' - 0" - 0"9' - 10"

2

1

10' - 0"9' - 10"

4 3.6 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

3

4 3.6

4' - 0" 6' - 2"10' - 0"

3

4' - 0" 6'30' -10' 2"- 0" - 0"

4 3.6

23

4' - 0" 6' - 2" 30' -9'0"- 10"

1

2 10'30' - 0" - 0"9' - 10"

1

2 10' - 0"9' - 10"

1

1

1

1

1

1

1

A300

A300

A300

A301

A301

A301

1 10' - 0"

2

BEAM TO GIRDER CONNECTION 10' - 0" 9' - 10"

10' - 0"

1

2

1

9' - 10" 30'10' - 0" - 0"

32

3.6 4

3

3.6 4

3

3.6 4

9' - 10"30'6'- -0"2" 4' - 0" 10'30' - 0"- 0" 6' . - 2" 4' - 0" 10' - 0" 6' -. 2" 4' - 0" 10' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

Roof 116' - 0"

11

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

Lev 10

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

Level 7 88' - 0"

L 8

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

Level 6 74' - 0"

L 7

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

Level 5 60' - 0"

L 6

Level 4 46' - 0"

Level 4 46' - 0"

Level 4 46' - 0"

Level 4 46' - 0"

L 4

Level 3 32' - 0"

L 3

Level 2.1 19' - 0"

Lev 1

Level 2 18' - 0"

L 1

Level 4 46' - 0"

Level 4 46' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

4

EXPLODED STEEL CONNECTION AXON Level 4 Level 4 46' - 0" NTS46' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 3 32' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

2 A402

4

Level 2.1 Level 2 19' - 0" 18' - 0"

S100

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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Level 1 0' - 0"

L

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Foundations -4' - 0"

Found -

A. Jay Hibbs / A. Jay Hibbs 1 May/ 2012 1 May 2012 Pat Hopple / Pat Hopple / SCALE: SCALE: 1'-0" 1/8"SCA = Jeff Huang Jeff Huang 1/8" =

95

Manufacturing “ice box” structure

A. Jay Hibbs / Pat Hopple /

A. Jay Hibbs /

1 May 10 April 2012 SCALE: 1 May 2012 AS NOTED

4:33:47 AM

S100

E: DATE:

Icebox Structure Axon

ULT: ONSULT:

tion Details and Framing Axon

2

DATE:

A. Jay Hibbs /

/ A302 A302 PatJeffHopple Huang

4/30/2012 2:58:06 PM

A302

DATE:

Transverse Transverse Sections Transverse SectionsSections

North-South Section Through North-South Ice Box Section Through North-South Ice BoxSection Through Ice Box 1 1 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

DATE:

PROJECT:

PROJECT:

PROJECT:

TEAM:

TEAM:

4/30/2012 2:26:34 PM

SCALE:

1

CONSULT:

North-South Section Through North-South Core Section Through North-South Core Section Through Core 3 3 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

CONSULT:

3

Ice-cycle Ice-cycle Caroline Lebar / Jenna Caroline Miller Lebar / Caroline / Jenna Miller Lebar// Jenna Ice-cycle Miller / 1 May 2012 1580Sunga Story Avenue 1580 Story Avenue 1580 Story Avenue Jenny Ratner / Anthony Jenny Ratner Sunga / Jenny Anthony Ratner Sunga / Anthony Bronx, NY 10473Bronx, NY 10473 Bronx, NY 10473 1/8" = 1'-0"

TEAM:

DATE:

Section BeyondNorth-South Core Section Beyond North-South Core Section Beyond Core 2 2 1/8" = 1'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0"

CONSULT:

Level 1 0' - 0" Foundations -4' - 0"


1

2

3

4

5

3 A302

5 A120

6

7

8

1 A302

7

8

UNDER-ROOF COLLECTION TANKS 5 A120

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9

3 A302

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2

A302

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AHU 7

7

10

8

8

AHU UNDER-ROOF COLLECTION TANKS AHU

9 5 A120

3 A302

AHU

5 A120

1 A302

3 A302

AHU 1

AHU UNDER-ROOF COLLECTION TANKS AHU PUMP

UNDER-ROOF COLLECTION TANKS 1

AHU

AHU 9

9

AHU

AHU

3

AHU

1 A120

AHU

AHU

AHU

AHU

4

ANAEROBIC TANK

ICE FLOORS AHU

1 A120

AHU AHU

AHU

ICE FLOORS PUMP AHU

AHU

6

5

ANAEROBIC PVC PANELS ABOVE PARKING SPACES ACT AS SHADING DEVICES TANK AND COLLECT SOLAR ENERGY TO POWER WATER PUMPS

6

11

AHU

AHU

AHU

1

1

ICE FLOORS AHU

1 A120

AHU

AHU 2

1 A120

AHU

ICE FLOORS AHU

AHU

5

2

AHU

AHU

9

AHU 1

AHU 3

PUMP AHU

AHU

AHU

AHU

AHU

AHU

2

1 4

AHU

10 ICE FLOORS

8 AHU 10

8

2

A302

A302

AHU

9

AHU 2

AHU 7

9

AHU

1 A302

AHU

7

UNDER-ROOF COLLECTION TANKS PUMP 9

5

6

4

ANAEROBIC PUMP PHYTOREMEDIATED WATER TANKENTERS STORAGE TANK

5

WATER IS FILTERED AND STORED IN ANAEROBIC STORAGE TANK

PUMP

7

RAINWATER IS COLLECTED AND FILTERED BY ROOF GARDEN

8

11 WATER IS FILTERED AND STORED IN ROOF STORAGE TANKS

2

PERVIOUS CONCRETE PARKING SPACES ALLOW INFILTRATION

2

10

G

11

FI IR

11

PARKING SPACES ACT SHADING PVC PANELS ABOVE PARKING SPACES ACT AS SHADING IS DEVICES FILTERED PHYTOREMEDIAWATER USES7GRAVITY TO FLOW BUILDING’S AIRFILTERED HANDLING 3 ASRUNOFF 9 ROOF WATER IS PUMPED TO7 ROOFRAINWATER STORAGEWATER TANK 6 DEVICES PHYTOREMEDIATED IS COLLECTED ENTERS STORAGE AND FILTERED TANK BY GARDEN RAINWATER ISTO COLLECTED AND BY ROOF GARDEN PHYTOREMEDIATED WATER ENTERS STORAGE TANK 4 UP 1 THROUGH 4 GRAVEL-BEDDED GREYWATER IS RECYCLED TO WATER ROOF GARDEN 10 R ENERGY TO POWER WATER AND COLLECT SOLAR ENERGY TO POWER WATER PUMPS TIONPUMPS GARDENS 5 UNITS, PLUMBING AND ICE CHILLER SYSTEM 6

6

4

PHYTOREMEDIATED WATER ENTERS STORAGE TANK

5NTS

WATER8IS FILTERED STOREDAND IN ANAEROBIC TANK TANKS WATERAND IS FILTERED STORED INSTORAGE ROOF STORAGE

7

RAINWATER IS COLLECTED AND FILTERED BY ROOF GARDEN GREYWATER IS RECYCLED TO WATER ROOF GARDENS 10

Ice-cycle

1580 Story Avenue

PROJECT:

WATER IS PUMPED UP TO ROOF STORAGE TANK

9

GREYWATER IS RECYCLED TO WATER ROOF GARDENS

10

M102

FILTERED WATER HAS NUTRIENTS ADDED AND IS USED TO IRRIGATE GREEN WALL FACADE SYSTEM

WATER IS FILTERED AND STORED IN ROOF STORAGE TANKS FILTERED WATER HAS NUTRIENTS ADDED AND IS USED TO 11 11 IRRIGATE GREEN WALL FACADE SYSTEM

Ice-cycle Ice-cycle WATER/USES HANDLING 9 Caroline Lebar JennaGRAVITY Miller /TO FLOW TO BUILDING’S AIR UNITS, PLUMBING AND ICE CHILLER SYSTEM UNITS, PLUMBINGSunga AND ICE CHILLER SYSTEM1580 Story Avenue 1580 Story Avenue Jenny Ratner / Anthony Bronx, NY 10473 Bronx, NY 10473 6

WATER USES GRAVITY TO FLOW TO BUILDING’S AIR HANDLING UNITS, PLUMBING AND ICE CHILLER SYSTEM

Water Cycle System

WATER USES GRAVITY TO FLOW TO BUILDING’S AIR HANDLING

Water Cycle System

Water Cycle System

ULT:

r/

JECT:

nthony Sunga

TEAM:

PROJECT:

D AND STORED IN ANAEROBIC STORAGE TANK

RAVEL-BEDDED PHYTOREMEDIADJenna UP TO Miller ROOF STORAGE TANK /

PROJECT:

TEAM:

RAINWATER IS COLLECTEDIce-cycle AND FILTERED BY ROOF GARDEN 7 Lebar / Jenna Miller / 1580 Story Avenue Jenny Ratner / Anthony Sunga Bronx, NY 10473 Water Cycle Diagram 1 8 PACES ALLOW INFILTRATION

GRAVITY TO FLOW TANK TO BUILDING’S AIR HANDLING 9 9 IS WATER WATER PUMPEDUSES UP TO ROOF STORAGE UNITS, PLUMBING AND ICE CHILLER SYSTEM

FILTEREDAND WATER HAS NUTRIENTS ADDED TANKS AND IS USE WATER STORED IN ROOF STORAGE 11 IS FILTERED IRRIGATE GREEN WALL FACADE SYSTEM

Water Cycle M102 System

NORTH

M102

A. Jay Hibbs /

110May April2012 2012

A. Jay Hibbs / Pat Hopple / Jeff Huang

A. Jay Hibbs / Pat Hopple /

M

ATE:

CES ACT AS SHADING DEVICES DPOWER WATERWATER ENTERS STORAGECaroline TANK PUMPS

RUNOFF6IS FILTERED THROUGH PHYTOREMEDIAWATER IS PUMPEDGRAVEL-BEDDED UP TO ROOF STORAGE TANK TION GARDENS

8

CONSULT:

NTS

8 IS WATER IS AND FILTERED ANDINSTORED IN ROOF STORAGE TANKS WATER FILTERED STORED ANAEROBIC STORAGE TANK

SULT:

Water Cycle Diagram THROUGH GRAVEL-BEDDED PHYTOREMEDIA3 1

ANAEROBIC PUMP PERVIOUS ALLOWININFILTRATION TANK5 CONCRETE WATER ISPARKING FILTEREDSPACES AND STORED ANAEROBIC STORAGE TANK5

E:

6

E PARKING SPACES ALLOW INFILTRATION PUMP 2


9

10

11

2

A302

10 Roof 116' - 0"

PUMP

Level 7.5 102' - 0"

9

AHU Level 7

AHU

AHU

AHU 46' - 0"

The roof structure is designed to accommodate extra loads from the vegetated roof and water storage system. A set of 78-gal tanks is suspended from the roof to filter and store water used for irrigating the roof and green wall panels.

AHU Level 3 32' - 0"

AHU

11

1

10

GREYWATER IS RECYCLED TO WATER ROOF GARDENS

11

FILTERED WATER HAS NUTRIENTS ADDED AND IS USED TO IRRIGATE GREEN WALL FACADE SYSTEM

G

1

78-GALLON IRRIGATION TANKS (3’8” x 3’10” x 9”) 650 LBS / TANK IF FULL 336 TANKS TOTAL 26,208 GALLONS

97

AVG NY RAINFALL = 1.3” = 15,883 GALLONS COLLECTED ON ROOF

5

NORTH

2

A. Jay Hibbs / Pat Hopple / Jeff Huang

W36 X 194 GIRDER

3

W24 X 84 JOIST

4

WT6 X 32.5 STRUCTURAL TEE

5

1/2” X 6” STEEL PLATE

DATE:

3

M102

CONSULT:

ONE-YEAR DESIGN STORM = 2.5” = 30,545 GALLONS COLLECTED ON ROOF =4,337 GALLONS (14%) RUNOFF

3

2

110May April2012 2012 NTS

SCALE:

5 4


Modular Screen â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Greenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; live panels allow water to slowly filter down through modular wall panels, decreasing runoff and erosion issues. Perforated terra cotta panels are used as screening devices in order to maintain cool temperatures necessary for ice-making process.


1

3

2

5 4

99

Intensive green roof system details


CENSOR-Y SCREENS REACTIVE REDACTIVE FACADE GSAPP A4379 Living Architecture New York, New York Spring 2012 We are constantly exposed to hyper-sexualised images that we may or may not want or be allowed to see. These screen prototypes publicly broadcast the level of excitement within a space and alter, or completely censor, the public gaze. Studio Critics: David Benjamin, Kevin Wei Collaborators: Damon Lau, Cheng-Hsin Lee, Michelle Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Carroll, Matthew Wang


10 1


Arduino technology is used with processing code to read input from the pulse and presence sensors and drive the Servo motors and switch the LEDs on and off.


10 3 Two prototypes of the screen : One changes porosity and uses mass media to distract from what lies beyond. The other is louvred and uses reflection and fragmentation to distort and confuse vision. Pulse triggers lights.


RED HOOK HOTEL ARTISTSâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; FACADE Customizable Rainscreen System for Local Artists GSAPP A4111 Architectural Technology I: Structures Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York Fall 2010 CNC-milled multi-ply rainscreen system consists of easily interchangeable panels so that local artists can customize the facade and showcase their designs. Course Instructor: Philip Anzalone Collaborators: Joseph Brennan, Jaclyn Jung, Margaret Zyro


10 5


10 7


Radially tesselated design fabricated by CNC milling multi-ply plywood. Readily available, inexpensive material attached to simple aluminum frame system allows for ease of replacement of individual 4â&#x20AC;&#x2122;x4â&#x20AC;&#x2122; panels. This system of removable panels allows ratio and placement of perforations to shift based on interior program and lighting

1:1 scale model


10 9


PHAT FACADE

Fabric Formwork Facade Panels GSAPP A4748 Topics in Fabrication: Formworks New York New York Spring 2013 Explorations in control and release using fabric formwork in order to create concrete facade panels that trespass the standard orthogonal module border. Course Instructor: Joshua Draper Collaborators: Katie Okamoto, Talene Montgomery


11 1


Stencils from Splines Stencils were varied digitally in order to control curvature and test scales of the formwork aperturess.

11 21 9


Breaking the Boundaries Cross-sectional control of the bulge allows for the illusion that the borders of the module are being trespassed. By varying the directionality of the pour, bulge appears to migrate across the facade.


11 3


Building the Bulge Acryclic formwork is â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;dressedâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; in spandex. Volume of formwork is calculated. Polystyrene aggregate is added to Rockite to lighten panel prototypes. Concrete is poured into formwork. First bulge expanded more than expected, necessitating additional concrete.


11 5


Controlling the Cast By adjusting the tensity of the spandex stretched in the formwork, the bulge could be better controlled, allowing for variance in the size and form of the bulge.


Markers of Time Phat Panels on South-facing facade. Allow for greater passage of light from East, offering greater shading in hot afternoon sun.

11 27 9


“...ALL LIMITS BECOME BLURRED... IN A SUBSTANCE THAT HAS SUBSTITUTED ITSELF, ALMOST IMPERCEPTIBLY,

FOR TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE.” --Anthony Vidler


Inspired by Anthony Vidler’s The Architectural Uncanny, this work is a commentary on fragmentation and layering in modern architecture. By deconstructing conventional notions of architecture into many segments--or rather, by building architecture from many disparate elements (as in this work)--an unsettling, yet seductive sense of “Unheimlich,” the uncanny, is formed.

UNCANNY Jewett Art Gallery Wellesley, Massachusetts Spring 2008 Media: vine charcoal, graphite on assorted drawing paper, photocopies, photographs, trace paper, drywall, pushpins Size: 8’ x 6’


12 1


FRAME Jewett Art Gallery Wellesley, Massachusetts Fall 2009 Media: charcoal, gesso, drywall, 2x4 wood beams, drywall screws, acrylic Size: 8’ x 9’, 8’ x 6’


“MUST NOT STRUCTURE HAVE A GENESIS,

AND MUST NOT THE ORIGIN, THE POINT OF THE GENESIS BE ALREADY STRUCTURED,

IN ORDER TO BE THE GENESIS OF SOMETHING?”

--Jacques Derrida

Frame explores the nature of architecture its physical frame and its relation to the frame of the body, the manner in which it frames perspective, and the frame that is ultimately the genesis of all structure and thought.

12 3


EOYS

2011


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BLAH-BLAH CITY ALLOWING THE CITY TO SPEAK GSAPP A4819 Web As Site IDEAS CITY Festival New Museum, The Bowery New York, New York Spring 2013 Site specific web installation developed for the New Museumâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s biennial IDEAS CITY Festival (May 1-4, 2013). By creating a 1:1 connection between the digital and physical, the city is given a new intonation and voice. Course Instructors: Leigha Lee Dennis, Troy Therrien


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The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

I need a new coat of paint.

Welcome to my

I’m nothing yet.

home.

BlahBlahCity_MottSt.

BlahBlahCity_Mulberry02St.

BlahBlahCity_DelanceySt.

How many cups of coffee did you drink today?

Where are you from?

DELANCEY ST. & BOWERY

MOTT ST.

I used to be clean.

You make me blush!

Hug me!

BlahBlahCity_SpringSt.

BlahBlahCity_RivingtonSt.

BlahBlahCity_PrinceSt.

SPRING ST. & BOWERY

RIVINGTON ST. & BOWERY

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

Don’t leave me!

I feel naked...

Listen to my voice.

BlahBlahCity_BleeckerSt.

BlahBlahCity_HoustonSt.

BlahBlahCity_StantonSt.

BLEECKER ST. & BOWERY

HOUSTON ST. & BOWERY

STANTON ST. & BOWERY

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

PRINCE ST. & BOWERY

MULBERRY ST.

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

The Blah-Blah City Project

I keep so many

I asked you to hug me!

Look up!

secrets. BlahBlahCity_BondSt.

BlahBlahCity_GreatJonesSt.

BlahBlahCity_Mulberry01St.

What do you want to be when you grow up?

MULBERRY ST.

GREAT JONES ST. & BOWERY

BOND ST. & BOWERY


The Blah-Blah City Project

No one looks at me... Hi Carlota, have a look on what people has being up to . . .

give you a name

Priscilla new houston and bowery

BlahBlahCity_GrandSt.

02/21/2013 _ 4:32 AM

GRAND ST. & BOWERY

kate and leo new spring and bowery

The Blah-Blah City Project

More is less. We are building the

The Blah-Blah City Project

No one looks at me... give you a name

BlahBlahCity_Elisabeth02St.

the early new history Is youth wasted on the young?

of

BoWeRy st

BlahBlahCity_GrandSt.

Are you interested?

02/21/2013 _ 4:00 PM ELIZABETH ST.

The Blah-Blah City Project

write us your recent story and upload the bestgive moment are looking at youyou a name

I’m noteven as transI don’t know my origiparent as nal color. you think. BlahBlahCity_Prince02St. BlahBlahCity_StantonSt.

Whichisdo What the you most prefer interesting blondes,thing brunettes you’veorseen red heads? today?

GRAND ST. & BOWERY PRINCE ST. & 2ND AVE. BOWERY

Take a Photo Choose Existing

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From Military Surveillance to the Public Sphere

white 1002 area, Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), near Kaktovik, Alaska

The discussions of the projects in this book refer to a number of technologies used in the process of mapping—GPS, remote-sensing satellites, and GIS. The projects make use of the same technologies in order to create new images or repurpose existing ones. But the history and politics of these technologies are at once obscure and important for understanding what’s at stake in working with them. The following lexicon attempts to sketch the stories of the development of these technologies, their technical language, and their political and historical contexts. blue green yellow This chapter, which largely eschews explicit theoretical reflection, is designed Old-growth tropical lowland rain Southern Desert, southeastern both toAtlantic Ocean, intersection document the increasing public access to these technologies and to lay the of the Equator and the prime forest, Cameroon, about 100 km Iraq, between Al Busayyah groundwork for the discussions of how such technologies have been put to use in meridian, south of Accra (Ghana) west of Yokadouma and 70 km and An Nasiriyah the chapters that follow. The list is not a complete one, but touches on most of the and west of Libreville (Gabon) east of the Dja reserve Acquired: March 30, 2003, technologies with which I have engaged.

Acquired: April 7, 2003, 21:12:49 gmt Center coordinates: 69°47’ 59.46” n, 144°32’ 33.9” w QuickBird satellite, 0.61 m per pixel includes material © 2003 digitalglobe. all rights reserved

After forty years, Landsat is the longest running global satellite imagery program. This gives researchers the ability to investigate changes at nearly any location on earth through a time-lapsed series of images. These images, acquired by Landsat 1, 4, 5, and 7, show an area near Nova Monte Verde, a municipality in the Brazilian state of Mato Grosso just south of the Amazon where the rain forest is being replaced by ranching and monocropping. See page xx for higher resolution satellite imagery of Itauba County, just north of this village in Mato Grasso. Top left: November 30, 1972; top right: August 5, 1986; bottom left:

Acquired: May 16, 2003, 10:19:54 gmt

Acquired: December 4, 2001, 09:48 gmt

Center coordinates: Upper left coordinates: global positioning system (gps) 0°0’7.02” n, 0°0’1.62” e

3°13’9.804” n, 14°12’ 27.72” e

07:32:10 gmt Center coordinates: 30°18’48.96” n, 46°22’25.68” e QuickBird satellite,

QuickBird satellite, 0.61 m per pixel The GPS is a network of twenty-fourIkonos satellite, satellites and five ground stations designed 0.61 m per pixel 1.0 m per pixel material to provide to anyone carrying a portable receiver a highly specificincludes determination © 2003 digitalglobe. includes material of his includes or her material location, anywhere, anytime, and in any weather.1allThe satellites, rights reserved © 2003 digitalglobe. © 2001 space imaging llc. launched and reserved operated by the U.S. military, are arranged in six circular orbits at all rights all rights reserved an altitude of 11,000 miles, which makes it possible for at least four of them to be “seen” at one time by a receiver anywhere on Earth, and they constantly emit signals specifying their time and their own positions. A GPS receiver measures the time that the different signals take to reach it, and by comparing that with what it learns about where the satellite is, the receiver can calculate its own position. GPS location and time signals are freely available to anyone with a GPS receiver, including those embedded in other devices, such as mobile phones and cameras.

May 5, 2006; bottom right: August 4, 2012. Note, the striping in the Landsat 7 image is due to failure of its scan line corrector. [Q: Can this be shortened? Can we drop the cross reference? Briefer note?]

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CLOSE UP AT A DISTANCE Mapping, Technology & Politics

Laura Kurgan, Spatial Information Design Lab Zone Books Brookllyn, New York 2012 - 2013 Final Image Processing Assistant to Laura Kurgan and Zone Books for Kurgan’s 2013 publication Close Up at a Distance: Mapping, Technology & Politics.


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THE SPACE BETWEEN: FROM 3/11 TO RECOVERY Independent Study documentary film project Sendai, Japan Spring 2012 This short film depicts the fabricated landscape of natural disaster and the state of recovery one year after the 3/11 tsunami in Sendai.


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RE-POSITIONING RESPONSE POST-3/11 International Design Studio: Sendai Coast 2012 Sendai, Japan Spring 2012 Requiem landscape master plan for Arahama District of Sendai following the Great Tohoku Earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. Studio Critics: Kunio Kudo, Joseph Justus


The impulsive reaction to construct a sea wall or barrier as a protective membrane between the sea and land has only proven time and again that it will fail. This landscape does not take a defensive stance to the ocean; rather, it reframes this relationship, acknowledging that another tsunami will come, and it allows for the wave to cross the border between land and sea, so can become an integral part of the landscape.

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Memorial is treated not as object, but as a Shinto-inspired, cyclical, seasonal ritual event. Memory is an organic, living condition. A yearly ritual memorializes the tsunami victims. The lighting of lanterns along sea-level circumambulatory paths reframes the attitude toward the sea. The ocean is celebrated for the power it generates and food it provides. It is bathed in a new light.


“WHAT YOU RESIST, PERSISTS.”

--Carl Jung

The sections above depict our dual strategy for both agricultural production and floodwater drainage. Large barge-like islands during a normal period are settled at the bottom of green valleys. In the event of a tsunami, these barges float to the top, creating green islands accessible by boat and providing a safe space for floodwater to collect.

Memorial While looking forward and reframing the past is important and healthy for the evolution of memory, commemorating the devastating loss of the 3/11 earthquake and fully acknowledging its emotional impact on the survivors is crucial for a meaningful and complete process of acceptance. We intend to implement memorial not as an object, but as a cyclical, seasonal event. Shinto traditions celebrate transitions in life through cyclical ritual; likewise, our interpretation of memorial treats memory as an organic, living condition. Each year on the anniversary of 3/11, inhabitants and visitors of the Sendai coast will participate in a ritual memorializing the tsunami victims involving the lighting of lanterns along circumambulatory paths at sea level. Within the month, the blossoms of cherry trees planted atop every hill will open, releasing their petals onto the ground below, covering the space, which was once covered with water and debris, with a soft and gentle blanket.

accepting the water

EVOLUTION

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Process of Tsunami

EXPERIMENTATION

Our strategy for implementing a nodal network of self-sustaining “islands” incorporates numerous strategies which will be developed over time and which have the capacity of flexibility in order to react to a future tsunami scenario.

wave focusing geometry_optimized energy capture points

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POSITIONING

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island network

_Site Outline

_Large Urban Blocks

_Small Urban Mountainous Nodes/Flow Directors

_Industrial Agriculture Valleys/Tsunami Cathment Areas

_Transportation/Housing Bridges

Water is allowed to flow ashore, and into channels, lined with concrete rubble left from 3.11, diverting the flow vectors of the wave, and slowing its acceleration. Any water that does not immediately flow through these channels will be allowed to flow at ground level, passing around the bases of hills that are linked with a


Housing will only exist atop the zen gardeninspired hills. Like the traditional igune, these small forest-protected hills will be self-sus-

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LIBRARY OF MUNDURUKU CULTURE AND CULTIVATION Genius Loci & Locus Geni: Amazon Workshop 2012 Braganca, Para, Brazil Summer 2012 Master plan for Munduruku people in Braganca, Brazil. Design/Build workshop to design and construct library space near schoolhouse. Workshop Leader: Alberto Foyo


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BY 2050, MORE 70% OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION LIVE IN CITIES BY 2050, MORE THAN 70%THAN OF THE WORLD’S POPULATION WILL LIVE WILL IN CITIES DESTINATION: TAPAJÓS

FLORESTA NACIONAL DO TAPAJÓS, PARÁ, BRAZIL FLONA is the 550,000 hectare national forest along the Amazon’s Rio Tapajós which was established in 1974. The Plano de Manejo (management plan) for FLONA was completed in 2004 and focuses on sustainability initiatives, the zoning of the forest, the protection of its resident communities, and the prevention of fires and poaching. Despite its status as a National Forest, there has continued to be logging within its borders, and it is responsible for the implementation and promotion of certain ecotourist activities.

BELTERRA City of nearly 17,000 inhabitants located 25 miles south of Santarem, which was established by Henry Ford in 1934 following the decline of Fordlândia. Known for its famous terra preta fertile soil and flat topography, the land was better suited for mechanized agricultural practices than Fordlândia.

BRAGANÇA Community of 68 inhabitants of the Munduruku tribe located within FLONA, currently beginning to implement reforestation /agroforestry techniques. Though located in a protected region, it is still hovering in fragile territory. Evidence of monocropping is present within walking distance from the community.

FORDLÂNDIA Remains of settlement located along the Rio Tapajós that was established in 1927 as a new town for Henry Ford’s aspiring rubber plantation. In the attempt to monocrop and settle too abruptly in a non-conforming Western manner, it was both culturally and environmentally imperial and failed.

RE-SHAPING THE AMAZON THE URBAN EXPLOITATION OF THE RURAL Independent Research Para, Brazil Summer 2009 - Present Building off research I began during my undergraduate education at Wellesley College, when I wrote Shaping the Amazon: Environmental and Cultural Imperialism Within Mid-Twentieth Century Latin American Planning (2010), I continue to explore themes of cultural and environmental sustainability and autonomy within the rural so I can better understand the urban.


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CUT-AWAY WALL -6” STL.DETAIL STUD @ 16 O.C.

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL 1/8” ANOD. ALUM. SILL PANEL

4” RIGID BOARD  CAVITY INSULATION

ANODIZED ALUMINUM  CLADDING

#10 PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL WATER SEEPAGE PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

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ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

METAL CLIPS

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CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE

WATER SEEPAGE

WATER SEEPAGE

1” GROUT JOINT ALUM. PANEL SINGLE-GLAZED 1/2” GLASS WATER SEEPAGE

PRE-CAST CONCRETE

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

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CAST-IN-PLACE  CONCRETE

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

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ALUM. WINDOW FRAME

1.5” RIGID BOARD  INSULATION ALUMINUM SOFFIT PANEL  W/ PAINTED FINISH

WATER SEEPAGE

LIGHT GUAGE PANEL WALL DETAIL

PVC MEMBRANE

RFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

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PRE-CAST CONCRETE

INSECT SCREEN FRAME

CAVITY MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

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SINGLE GLAZED AREA REQUIRED PERIMETER HEATING AND COOLING

CUT-AWAY WALL TYP. CONSTRUCTION: -FELTBACK PVC MEMBRANE SHEATHING -1/2” EXTERIOR GYP. BOARD -6” STL. STUD @ 16 O.C. -BATT INSULATION -VAPOR BARRIER -1/2” GYP. BOARD

BATT INSULATION

DIRECT-GLAZED 1” INSULATED GLASS

CIP CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB

METAL CLIPS

PERFCON PANEL

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

1” GROUT JOINT

RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE BEAM

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

PVC MEMBRANE

PERFORATED ALUM. PANEL PAINTED 1/4” STEEL PLATE BREAK-FORM METAL FRAME GALVANIZED STEEL ANGLE

CUT-AWAY WALL PERF. PANEL CONSTRUCTION: -1/8” ANOD. ALUM. PERF. PANEL -1”X2”X.125” PTD. ALUM. TUBE SUPPORT @ 24 O.C. -THROUGH FASTEN TUBES @ FLOOR SLAB

CASEMENT OPERATED  SASH

PRECAST “PERFCON” PANEL WALL DETAIL

CUT-AWAY WALL DETAIL

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

DINING WALL DETAIL

FIN TUBE RADIATION WITH WOOD BENCH 2” TOPPING SLAB CONCRETE PAVERS STEEL W6X16 2” RIGID BD INSULATION CIP SLAB ON GRADE FOUNDATION WALL MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING

DINING WALL DETAIL

PERFCON PANEL COLORED JAMBS REVEAL  SIZE OF REINFORCING STEEL INSIDE

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