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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO KAAVIYAA NAGARAJAN

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TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC PROJECTS 04 School of architecture.......................................................

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Urban renewal of North Madurai...................................... 14 Undergrad thesis - Innovation hub...................................

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Urban retreat....................................................................... 42 Graduate Thesis.................................................................. 56

PRODUCT DESIGN AND DESIGN-BUILT

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Actrotyll and Artopack......................................................

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Parklet................................................................................... 78

COMPETITION PROJECTS 88 ULI Competition studio....................................................... 90

PROFESSIONAL WORK 104 Jaisim fountainhead........................................................... 106 Hutker Architects................................................................. 108 Jackson Liles Architecture................................................. 116


ACADEMIC PROJECTS


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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE IN GOA, INDIA

CAMPUS DESIGN


CHALLENGES : To solve the climatic issues. The climate is extensively humid . The water body and hills, existing on the northern end of the site was an idle location for the academic blocks. The studios will have even north light and pleasant view. All the recreational zone was restricted to the front the site to avoid the noise from disturbing the academic activities. The oat , canteen and seating are combined as a complex and is made accessible from the academic and recreation zone. The campus is pedestrian friendly with only emergency vehicular access throughout. Service vehicles and fire engines are accessed through the peripheral roads. Climate responsive design solutions were incorporated in the building to make the interior comfortable. Less moisture Cross ventilation Mutual shading East - west/ opening Narrow floor plan Roof space ventilation High ceiling Higher elevation Extensive verandas High thermal capacity materials The studios are designed towards the north and are placed in two levels and they extend out a private balcony, to enjoy the view of the lake and hills.


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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

AIM : To create an ambiance to keenly nurture the fresh minds by providing them a campus linked with nature which kindles even the inert talents. CONCEPT: VIEW ENHANCEMENT towards the back side where natural scenic view exists. The form evolution is inspired from a closed fist,carefully nurturing the students for betterment.

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Form evolution

Extended balcony through studios

Lecture rooms

Recreation

Administration

Parking

Conceptual section of the studio spaces 9


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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

First floor plan

Auditorium Corridor Studio space Lecture room Administration unit Entrance arch

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Second floor plan

Longitudinal section 11


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URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

URBAN REDESIGN


Urban redesign of A 250 ACRE PRECINCT IN THE North Thaluk , Madurai, Tamil Nadu project involved a complete study of six categories: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

History Linkage Open spaces Services Land use Visual elements

6 HOT SPOTS FOR REDESIGN WERE IDENTIFIED THAT NEEDED IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND REDESIGN. A design solution was formulated as an inference from the study conducted. The entire class of 36 students was divided into 6 groups each topic was studied and analyzed by 6 members as a group. Then the redesign was completed by 6 members constituting one member from each of the previous study group. I was involved in the history group for the study and redesign of thallakulam temple complex. HISTORY GROUP: I contributed in the data collection and analysis of the history of the city. REDESIGN GROUP: I was heading the redesign group and contributed to the complete documentation, analysis and redesigning of the precinct. I was also heading the model making team in which we had do an existing and a new site model exhibiting the proposal given.


02 URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

SITE ISSUES • The temple and the tank have lost their connection due to the newly constructed road and the adjacent buildings. • The temple has lost its prominence in madurai and is hidden by its surrounding buildings. • The temple’s entrance is crowded with encroached • Vehicular parking, also it is a persistent problem for the traffic flow in the place. • The tank is not maintained well thereby leading to sanitation problems. • The water channels connected to the tank are blocked,thus water drainage becomes an issue. SITE POTENTIAL • The temple posses a rich history and marked by its cultural significance. • De-congestion of the commercial and vehicular traffic can bring back its lost significance. • The place has a lot of temple complex within its periphery. • The temple tank has a potential to become a recreation zone for the surrounding residential area.

Worship area

Highly used

Access road

Lowly used

Parking area

Landuse-activity analysis 16

Academic project

Land usage analysis


Location -200m from thamukkam ground Built up area- 805 sq.m. Open space- 520 sq.m

75-79 DB

Higher level

50-64 DB

Lower level

Noise level analysis

Shadow analysis 17


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URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

REDESIGN OF TEMPLE COMPLEX Aim To restore the bifurcated temple complex. To regain lost heritage value of the site To establish physical & visual connectivity Need of public open space in the surrounding

Objective To Redesign Alagar kovil road Reducing the traffic load on this road Dispersing the load through the other routes Process involved 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Study Documentation Analysis Possibility of redesign execution Design proposal

Mud roads around the temple complex Alagar kovil Road East gate North gate

Madurai is well known as the temple city,with rich religious history. The precinct is one such important node of the city from which the famous alagar festival�a celebration of the marriage of lord Shiva and goddess Meenakshi�begins. It is mandatory that every Vishnu temple has a temple tank. When the nayaka ruler built the temple ,the tank was a part of it. In ages slowly the festival procession route was constructed as the state highway .this road detached the temple from the tank, due to this the temple tank is under utilized and disconnected except during the festival days. The proposal was an attempt to regain the lost significance of the place .the temple was built by the nayaka with a direct visual contact from his palace. Due to rapid urbanization this feature was lost. Elements to visually connect the temple with the place is an important design element. The challenge while designing was to redesign the space without disturbing the festival procession and the religious character of the place. After studying the overall structure plan for redesign ,a loop around the temple was proposed. 18

Academic project

North gate

Temple tank

70% underutilized open Automobile workshops


Existing site plan

Commercial Mandapa - commercial Temple Residential

Existing land-use 19


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URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

Conceptual The traffic flow in the alagar kovil roads split into 2 major roads. 1. Traffic to Mattuthavani and high court will take the road abutting the rajamuthaiah mandram. 2. The alagar road will take the remaining traffic. DESIGN OPTIONS 1. Building a fly-over will decline the urban quality of the place by hiding the prominent skyline of the temple. 2. A subway connection can be a better solution, but the Investment on the its construction is high. The traffic has to be en routed during the construction,but no road can manage to take up the heavy traffic load . 3. Creating a loop around the complex A huge chunk of open space amidst the commercial entity – Bifurcated by the peripheral roads ,fueling the recreational need of the residential abutting the site.

Option 1 : proposal for a fly-over

Option 2 : proposal for a subway 20

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The temple was built with a direct view from the palace

Temple complex during the festival

Effective use of thepakulam by linking 21


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URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

1. While bringing the loop in between the temple and the open space, care should be taken that, private spaces are not intervened. 2. Design emphasis on landscape and other recreational elements,should not decline the significance of proposed Eco-park.

The nodes proposed along the axis of Alagar kovil road will complete the visual continuity to the temple.

Though the main road is diverted, the procession route still remains and retains its cultural purpose.

Separate parking spaces are provided from every approach road, to avoid haphazard parking.

The commercial zone is provided with a separate parking area.

Circulation Path Temple

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Proposing a loop around the temple to link the complex

1. Section of parking detail - Gokule road

2. Section of parking detail - Alagar kovil road 23


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URBAN RENEWAL OF NORTH MADURAI

Peddle flooring for water peculation

Temple Temple

Mandapas to be used for cottage industries Temple tank Internal pedestrian road Open space to accommodate the festival Tree with seater

Alagar kovil Parking

Proposed commercial complex

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Site plan

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INNOVATION HUB

INSTITUTION DESIGN


India produces less than one per cent of the total designers in the world annually and the supply 1s not in sync with increasing demand. The designer of objects, serves and systems requires the syn­thesis and knowledge of a variety of d1sc1plines. Design thinking brings together the finest sens1-bil1ties of the arts with the logic of science in an innovative framework. While learning a craft brings students close to materials and material culture. A design attitude and methodology helps them realize larger patterns in the fabric of society. The industry does not want designers to be mere artists, but a blend of creative and logical thinking 1s what suits their requirement. Designers need to think holistically from the business and strategy perspective. Knowledge about the global trends and good networking skills will come handy. PROJECTING BALCONY CONNECTING THE STUDIOS: The structure 1s oriented converging towards the lake view making the work ambiance more lively and interactive with the nature a pro­jecting balcony, run connecting all these studios creating interesting views at every point this curved balcony is the interesting element of the building. MATERIAL AND COLOR: The selected materials are a natural pick the color combination of the building 1s also natural impos­ing its originality providing maximum exposure. THE GREENERY: The designed landscape integrates visually all the natural material used in the building. THE PRIDE: The campus being one of its kind in India. The structure should express its pride. INTERACTIVE ACCESS TO THE DEPARTMENTS. A single spine access mainly for pedestrian move­ ment which helps them experience that space Si­ multaneously enhancing the interaction between the department and the designers.


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Conceptual sketch of the central plaza 31


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INNOVATION HUB

TARGET GROUP: 1. ONE WHO TRAINS 2. ONE WHO GETS TRAINED 3. ONE WHO TRIES 4. ONE WHO PROMOTES 5. ADMINISTRATION Any student who wants to train himself in a particular field of design Any fresher who wants to get equipped and know the pros and cons of his field before facing the competitive world Any designer who doesn’t have money/manpower/resources to convert his ideas into finished product . Any expert who wants to just promote his products Any trainer who wants to teach others

PROGRAM

1. EDUCATION AND TRAINING All required spaces for the departments.

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2. DEVELOPMENT Conference room, meeting rooms, setting up the syllabus.

3. PUBLIC ATTRACTION OAT for performance, Exhibitions, café , Library ,ramps etc


Site analysis

Site landscape analysis

Site wind analysis 33


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INNOVATION HUB

TRAINING ZONE Glass and Product design studio Painting and Sculpting studio Central plaza Developed landscape Open air theater Lotus pond Photography and Fashion design studio Interior and Furniture design studio Ceramic and Graphic design studio

PRIVATE ZONE Private parking Health complex Private park Accommodation Outdoor dining

Internal pedestrian road section 34

Academic project


PROMOTION ZONE Convention center Open air theater

Cafe and boutiques

Administration building

Private road

Internal vehicular road section 35


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INNOVATION HUB

View towards the lotus pond and lake

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Academic project


View towards the central plaza from balcony Institution zone Projecting balcony Transition zone Entrance

Longitudinal site section

Institution zone elevation 39


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INNOVATION HUB

THE LOWER LEVEL: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Lecture halls Library Exclusive store Expertise faculty Equipment rooms Private courtyard Workshop

THE UPPER LEVEL : 1. Exclusive design studios overlooking the lake or the playground. • • • •

All the institution buildings have a common cross section with a continuous visual connectively till the other end. A series of varied enclosures are experienced in the building. A closed porch leads to the open landscape followed by an enclosed space which terminates in an open work shop overlooking the lake/playground. Every institute enjoys its own private courtyard, all the courtyard space has built-in seater to keep the space usable. Space around the main courtyard is used as a display area. The studios are in the first level (cantilevered) to enhance the lake view and leaving the ground floor for workshop.

HIERARCHY OF SPACES: 1

Closed porch

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Semi-open lobby

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Interior courtyard 4

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Open workshop

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View of the Institution buildings and the internal pedestrian road

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Typical transverse section through the institution buildings - hierarchy of spaces

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Typical longitudinal section through the institution buildings - hierarchy of spaces 41


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URBAN RETREAT, NEW YORK, USA.

URBAN DESIGN


Urban retreat is a project intended to move people from Redhook area to a higher ground. Redhook , New York was hit by Hurricane Sandy in 2012.The Cemetery of the Evergreens is a nondenominational cemetery in Brooklyn and Queens. This project proposes to move the people from Redhook area to Evergreen cemetery lands. Alternate burial methods were studied to respectfully move the bodies from the cemetery. The settlement is planned for 5000 people. This settlement includes medium and high density housing, commercial spaces, institution spaces, recycling center, memory grove and memory palace. The memory grove and a memory palace honor the people who were buried in the cemetery. Memory grove is a landscape buffer that has trees with names of people who were buried. Memory palace is a structure that stands on the higher ground of the site.


04 URBAN RETREAT CONCEPT EVOLUTION

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CONCEPT EVALUATION

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• Creating a green buffer around the site. • Decentralized nodes.

• Altering the grid in to reduce vehicular speed.

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5 CONCEPT EVALUATION

CONCEPT EVALUATION

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• Assigning specific use for ev • Creating exterior loop road • Creating Axial road conne central market.

Academic project

• Alternating internal roads fo uses while retaining the grid • The highest point in the site


CONCEPT EVALUATION

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very node. d. ecting form loop road to

or pedestrian and vehicular d. e, is the memory palace.

• Bringing in the grid from different sides of the city.

CONCEPT EVALUATION

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• The landscape buffer is designed as a memory grove. • The green buffer extends and bleeds into the city to connect to other green spaces around the site. 45


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URBAN RETREAT

Recycle center Recreation zone Administration unit

COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE AND FACILITIES

Central market/ garden

MEMORY GROVE RECYCLE HIGH DENSITY MEDIUM DNSITY

Landuse plan

School Residential zone Church

Memory grove

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Memory palace

Amphitheater


Site plan 47


URBAN RETREAT

BUS ROUTE

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GREENWAY/ BIKE PATH

ACCESS

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ACCESS ROADS GREENWAY COMMERCIAL SERVICE ROADS

Access 48

Academic project


A - 52’Road section

B - 98’Road section

C - 53’Road section

D - 50’Road section

E - 48’Road section

F - 42’Road section 49


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URBAN RETREAT -- HOUSING

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODE

Medium density housing cluster

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Academic project


ESK EDUCATIONAL PRODUCT

High density housing cluster

Transverse section of the site 51


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URBAN RETREAT -MEMORY PALACE

The memory palace is a structure built at the highest point of the site. This structure honors the people who were buried in the Evergreen cemetery. The memory palace has the names of the people engraved on the fins of the structure. The form of the structure is inspired from the sails boat of Redhook area.

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Water cascade screening the names Fins representing the sails of Redhook Fins with names of the people buried in the cemetery, inscribed on them Park

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FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED

SLUM REHABILITATION


FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED aims to create an architectural solution which successfully involves and resettles people coming from organic settlement patterns to more organized living conditions. It targets in giving the users a sense of ownership, inclusion, and belonging. Furthermore, it accounts for the expansion and adaptation of this community in the future, through flexible design solutions. This thesis also proposes a tsunami and flood resistant design to fight against the two natural disasters that the site had encountered in the past. Slums are an unhappy reality for many countries across the world. Over one billion world inhabitants live in slums today and the numbers are climbing. The UN estimates that about 1.4 billion people will be occupying slums by the year 2020. In India alone, the total number of slum dwellers totals about 65 million that is almost 35% of the urban population. OBJECTIVE To come up a set of guidelines and priorities that I need, to approach this problem. These are formulated from studies and analysis on successful approaches, failed project ideas and communal design solutions from various precedents. Also, I would like to focus and analyze, why the new housing project and most government slum rehabilitation projects fail and how can it be corrected. To propose Affordable housing for Nochikuppam slum using vernacular and cost effective building technology. This will be an attempt to use the studies and analysis from the first stage to alleviate the socioeconomic and political issues using architectural solutions that will allow the community to expand, adapt, and sustain.


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FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED

SOLAR ORIENTATION • Solar orientation should take precedence, as there are ways of deflecting wind, but no ways of altering the sun’s movement. • North and South Orientation for habitable rooms, but if buildings are in shade variation possible to provide maximum air flow. Orientation to reduce solar radiation most important with high rise buildings but for low rise structures wind Orientation can take precedence.

WIND AND VENTILATION • Buildings must be designed to provide continuous and efficient ventilation. • Ventilation to both cool and remove excess moisture in the summer. • The prominent wind direction in the site are East-West, Southeast and Northeast.

IV.2.D. TSUNAMI RESISTANT STRUCTURES • Tsunami resistant structures should be at least floor tall. • The structures must accommodate vertical evacuation structures. • When hit by tsunami, most damage occurs because the structure will fight against the water pressure and by water borne debris. • If the site is raised by earth bunds and if the site edge is treated with vegetation, then the water pressure and force of debris hitting the building can be considerably reduced. 1. ENVELOPE - The ground level of the building should allow the free flow of water through it, rigid structures will create resistance to the water pressure resulting in the failure of the building. 2. LOCATION - vertical evacuation structures must be in relation to the warning time. The structures must be located towards the land side, as people tend to run away from the approaching wave. 58

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Housing sectors

Sub-divided sectors with community green spaces

Tsunami resistant structures and commercial structures.

Diving the into sectors, creating main access to the site.

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FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED

24’ road

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36’ main road


12’ road

Housing blocks Tsunami resistant structures Landscape bund Beach

Transverse section of the site 61


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FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED

OPTION 1 The housing type encloses 10 housing units. Each cluster of 5 has its own courtyard spaces. The service core is located around the courtyard. The vertical heights of the building is increased to accommodate expansion in the future.

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Cluster service core

Cluster plan

Cluster Axonometric

Section of the cluster

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FROM ORGANIC TO ORGANIZED

OPTION 2 The housing type encloses 10 housing units. Each cluster of 5 has its own courtyard spaces. The service core is located around the courtyard. The roof of the housing has vertical evacuation facilities during emergencies.

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Academic project


Cluster service core

Cluster plan

Cluster Axonometric

Section of the cluster

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PRODUCT DESIGN & DESIGN-BUILT


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PRODUCT DESIGN

TO DESIGN A USEFUL PRODUCT FROM ONE CUBIC FEET OF WOOD


A COMPETITION ENTRY FOR NATIONAL ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION IN 20 I 0AN INDIVIDUAL DESIGN ENTRY


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PRODUCT DESIGN

ACROTYLL- AN AROMATIC CHANDELIER

STAGE 1

When the early rays of the sun hit a bud, it blooms into a beautiful flower, this phenomenon forms the basis of the design ideology. The chandelier is an abstract of a flower and its working is inspired, from the stages of blooming during the day and its flag during the night. Stage I- The ‘Acrotyll’ appears like an abstract of a spoky bud, when closed during the night it will also function as a night lamp. Stage 2- The clock inside ‘Acrotyll’ will project out creating a compression on the pot thereby forcing the fragrance to release. Stage 3-In the morning the chandelier can be opened by pull­ ing the rope and will look like a bloomed flower.

Section details explaining the working of Acrotyll

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Section along the connecting plate allowing the spokes to rotate


STAGE 2

STAGE 3

The plate holds the spokes together, when the structure is closed, the ropes expand and when it is opened the ropes contract.

STAGE 4

When the rope is pulled, it will compress the pot containing scent and the fragrance will be released.

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PRODUCT DESIGN

ARTOPACK- ARTIST’S PERSONAL PACK The idea initially was evolved from the basic components an artist would use and his comfort in using it. Each of the partitions are subdivided to store the stationary, organized within the compartments. Inspired from arthropods the pack 15 shell shaped and the handle can be clamped to the shoulder. The compact shell structure 15 designed with rigid inner partitions the board Compartments to store stationary

Chart holder

Water bottle holder Drawing board

Section of the pack

Construction The segments are bend when carried and can be made straight when its put in use. The pack is decorated with bright colored inscriptions on its top. The drawing board is scratched at intervals in accordance to the nature of the wood to attain a natural bend. 76

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Clamps, can be used as a holder


Conceptual form evolution

Details

Pack aesthetics

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PARKLET DESIGN-BUILT, PLEASANT STREET, CINCINNATI, USA. COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT DESIGN


The goal of our studio has been to work in collabo­ ration with the pleasant street community in to make the street user-friendly for everyone. Pleasant street is a residential-scale street that serves as a direct connection between Washington park and Findlay market. We have explored different ideas for pedestri­an-friendly street improvements by hosting three separate community engagement events combined with full-scale prototyping and testing. The ultimate result of our research will be a fullscale parklet, the first of its kind in Cincinnati. It was a group of i 5 people, as a studio. I was involved in making. Seater in the first event, community deck in the second event, outdoor community kitchen in the third event and final parklet seater.

WHO IS PLEASANT?

We used a map to see what drew residents and visitors alike to pleasant street in its current state. We called out major moments along the street such as murals, vacant lots, and historic architecture in addition to showing Washington park and Findlay market. This gave us an idea about what kinds of activities the OTR community might like to see more of.

PROTOTYPES:

We designed and built all the elements for holding the boards and for seating at the first event. The idea was to show the community prototypes of elements to possibility implement on pleasant street. Our designs were driven by the availability of materials, which could be built by the residence of pleasant street.


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DESIGN-BUILT PARKLET EVENT I - GETTING TO KNOW PLEASANT STREET • The interactive boards generated productive and insightful conversation while providing necessary artifacts needed for the next step of research. • Some images presented did not necessarily fit into the context of the street, but were found more attractive by visitors. • Residents gravitated towards ideas with functional elements rather than purely artistic expressions on the street such as murals. • The residents voiced the need for safe, well-lit streets that created an enjoyable connector street to travel between Findlay market and Washington park. • This event introduced various possibilities to activate different points along pleasant street depending upon use. • Based on the collected data, the activities researched to activate pleasant street focused on the following elements: seating, kitchen, playscape, lighting.

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DESIGN-BUILT PARKLET EVENT 2 - COMMUNITY KITCHEN, TO UNDERSTAND THE COMMUNITY’S RESPONSE: • On the interactive boards of ‘Event I ‘ we saw a profound interest in the concept of a kitchen. With this concept in mind we and the interest of the public, we provided an outdoor kitchen/ grill where community members could come together to prepare and cook a meal with the company of one another. • The kitchen was constructed the team of 3 members including me.

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DESIGN-BUILT PARKLET EVENT 3 - COMMUNITY DECK, TO UNDERSTAND THE COMMUNITY’S RESPONSE: • The interactive boards generated productive and insightful conversation while providing necessary artifacts needed for the next step of research. • Some images presented did not necessarily fit into the context of the street, but were found more attractive by visitors. • Residents gravitated towards ideas with functional elements rather than purely artistic expressions on the street such as murals. • The residents voiced the need for safe, well-lit streets that created an enjoyable connector street to travel between Findlay market and Washington park. • This event introduced various possibilities to activate different points along pleasant street depending upon use. • Based on the collected data, the activities researched to activate pleasant street focused on the following elements: seating, kitchen, playscape, lighting.

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Product design & Design-Built


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COMPETITION PROJECTS


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ULI COMPETITION STUDIO

URBAN DESIGN

PHYSICAL HEALTH

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

PSYCHOLOGICAL HEALTH

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Competition project


The site is located on th banks of Ohio river that is currently housing the Hilltop Basic Resources Concrete power plant. The site is in between two highway bridges and one railroad bridge, the northeastern edge of the site is the Paul Brown stadium, the south edge is lined by the Ohio river. POTENTIAL The site is very accessible and visible, making it a very valuable asset in the development of downtown Cincinnati. This site will be the first impression of Cincinnati, looking from Kentucky. The lack of identity or physical context of the site will provide a wide range of opportunities to develop the site from scratch with new creative ideas. Having Paul brown stadium abutting the site, the economic value of the development is increase considerably. CHALLENGES The parcels are highly noisy because of the thorough traffic on the highways, the trains, the concrete plant and game nights on the stadium. Added to the noise the site sits on the floodplain. The site has been zoned as heavy industrial use that is the site may not be suitable for other land-use. The ultimate goal of our project is to create a vibrant lifestyle that will allow the users to live, work and entertain in a healthy and a resilient community. The design targets health holistically, giving equal importance to the physical, mental and environmental health of the community. This new and unpublished lifestyle on the banks of the Ohio River in the industrial zone of downtown, Cincinnati is built with wide range of amenities ranging from a luxurious sport amenities to environmentally responsible urban development. The location of the site offers tremendous potential to transform the busy life into a relaxing urban experience and it acts as a transition between the dense urban fabric and the nature, this effort of establishing a connection between the city and nature through a seamless transition is core idea behind URBAN Ft.NATURE.

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ULI COMPETITION STUDIO

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Urban influence Nature’s influence Smale Park extension

• Understanding the city’s influence and nature’s influence on the site. • Restricting the built environment in the North end of the development, thereby giving back to the nature through planned landscape in the South end.

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Parking structure Vehicular road Entry

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• Creating a streescape on t use buildings.


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Vehicular road Pedestrian road Bike path

• Bringing the roads into the site to connect the development to the rest of the city yet introducing minimal vehicular influence within the development.

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Building

Building

Parking below

Planned landscape

the new site level with multi

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* All buildings have retail in the ground floor. A- Office and Hotel building B- Live-work and Residential building C- Beer garden D- Recreation building E- Live-work Residential building F- Live-work Residential building G- Residential Condo building H- Parking structure


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ULI COMPETITION STUDIO

Program

BLOCK - A

Ground +8 floors Total Area :334,000 sq ft G Floor : Retail : 34,000 sq ft 1-4 Floor: Office : 181,000 sq ft 5-8 Floor: Hotel :119,000 sq ft

BLOCK - D Ground +1 floor Total Area :76,000 sq ft G-1 Floor area :38,000 sq ft

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BLOCK - B Ground +6 floors Total Area :131,250sq ft G Floor :Retail : 18,750 sq ft 1 Floor: L-W : 18,750 sq ft 2-6 Floor: Res : 93,750 sq ft

BLOCK - E Ground +7 floors Total Area :129,600sq ft G Floor : Retail : 16,200 sq ft 1 Floor: L-W : 16,200 sq ft 2-7 Floor: Res : 97,200 sq ft


BLOCK - H Ground +4 floors + Rooftop Total Area :246,500 sq ft G-4 Floor area : 49,300 sq ft

BLOCK - F Ground +7 floors Total Area :129,600sq ft G Floor : Retail : 16,200 sq ft 1 Floor: L-W : 16,200 sq ft 2-7 Floor: Res : 97,200 sq ft

BLOCK - C Ground structure + Rooftop Floor Area :16,250 sq ft

BLOCK - G Ground +5 floors Total Area : 223,000 sq ft G Floor : Retail : 23,000 sq ft 1-5 Floor: Condo: 200,000 sq ft 97


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ULI COMPETITION STUDIO

60’ Mehring way

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Competition project

46’ new access road


Bike path

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PROFESSIONAL WORK


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JAISIM FOUNTAINHEAD (MAY-NOV 2010)

WORKING DRAWING


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HUTKER ARCHITECTS (AUG-DEC 2015)

BUILDING RENDERINGS


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JACKSON LILES ARCHITECTURE (MAY-AUG 2016 E

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1 A-4.1

1 A-4.1 (E) 2x8 FLOOR FRAMING, SUBFLOOR + FLOORING

SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

SECOND FLR 20' - 0" FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

2 LAYERS 5/8"TYPE X GYP BD

5/8" TYPE X GWB OVER PLYWD, WD FRAMING, BATT INSULATION, 5/8" TYPE X GWB

1 HR RATED WALL ASSEMBLY: 5/8" TYPE X GWB, 2 x WD FRAMING, R-19 BATT INSULATION, 5/8" TYPE X GWB

2x4 STUDS, 5/8" WATER RESISTANT GYP BD, 1/4" TILE (WHERE OCCURS) BATH MASTER BATH RM

GARAGE

GARAGE

LAUNDRY

1/4" WALL TILE 6" CONC.CURB, SSD

6" CONC. CURB, SSD ADHERE GWB TO CURB

FINISH FLOORING, SEE FINISH SCHEDULE FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

FINISH FLOORING, SEE FINISH SCHEDULE FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

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WALL SECTION - TYPE IN-2

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WALL SECTION - TYPE IN-1 1/2" = 1'-0" P L

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ADJACENT BUILDING LIVING RM

LIVI RM

BED RM 1

TYP SECOND FLOOR ASSEMBLY

(N) FINISHED FLOOR SEE SCHEDULE R-14 BATT INSULATION SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4" 2 LAYERS OF TYPE X GWB

MASTER BED RM

2 LAYERS OF TYPE X GWB OVER (E) WALL

BED RM 2 GARAGE

(E)WD FRAME WALL

PROVIDE (N) SILL PLATE ANCHOR BOLTS, SSD TYP FIRST FLOOR ASSEMBLY GARAGE SOG FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

5

WALL SECTION - TYPE IN-4 1/2" = 1'-0"

COPYRIGHT C 2016 JACKSON LILES ARCHITECTURE - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

4

WALL SECTION EXISTING - TYPE EX-1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

WALL

1/2" = 1'-0


6) BAUCOM RESIDENCE RENOVATION

1425 20TH STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107

Jackson Liles ARCHITECTURE +

2325 Third Street #206 San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel 415.621.1799 Fax 415.621.1798

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

FOR TYP NOTES SEE 2

K

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www.jacksonliles.com

(E) ROOF STRUCTURE TO REMAIN

(E) ROOF STRUCTURE TO REMAIN

(E) WALL TO REMAIN

(E) WALL TO REMAIN

ADJACENT BUILDING

ING M

LIVING RM

BATH RM TYP SECOND FLOOR ASSEMBLY

15 A-8.1

SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

02.29.16

REVISED PLAN

04.15.16

PRICING SET

07.25.16

PERMIT SUBMITTAL

08.04.16

CONSTRUCTION SET

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

.

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

Date & Issue

SUSPENDED CEILING: (WHERE OCCURS) 2x WD FRAMING, 5/8" GWB BED RM 2

MASTER BED RM

TYP FIRST FLOOR ASSEMBLY

FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

E

OF

(N) WD DECK 2" SAND 15 MIL VAPOR BARRIER, SEALED @ EDGES

(N) 4" CONC SITE PAVING W/ WELDED WIRE MESH OVER 3" COMPACTED SUB-GRADE, PROVIDE BROOM FINISH

SECTION -TYPE EX-2 - /HR WALL

0"

4" COMPACTED DRAIN ROCK

2

WALL SECTION - TYPE EX-3 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

WALL SECTION - TYPE EX-2 1/2" = 1'-0"

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BAUCOM RESIDENCE RENOVATION 02.29.16

Date:

1/2" = 1'-0"

Scale: (N)FOUNDATION & STEM WALL

A

JULIE E. JACKSON C-27108 EXP. 5/17

NI

FIRST FLOOR ASSEMBLY: SOG, PLYWD VAPOR BARRIER, FINISHED FLOOR, VARIES FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

AT ST

SIMPSON STRONG WALL, SSD. OCCURS WITHIN THE SPACE OF WD FRAMING

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WOOD BASE, SEE FINISHED SCHEDULE

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1 HR RATED WALL ASSEMBLY: WD SIDING, 2 LAYER BUILDING PAPER, EXT TYPE X GWB, WD FRAMING, R-14 BATT INSULATION, 5/8" TYPE X GWB

LIC E

MASTER BED RM

(E) 4x DECK STRUCTURE, TO REMAIN

(E) 4x DECK STRUCTURE TO REMAIN SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

SECOND FLOOR ASSEMBLY: (N) FIN FLOOR, (E)SUBFLOOR, (N)2xWD FRAMING, SSD BATT INSULATION, 5/8"GWB

Job #:

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WALL SECTIONS

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F

E

D

C

B

B

ENTRY

ENTRY

FOYER

6' - 8" MIN

COATS CLOS

(2) LAYERS 5/8" TYPE "X" GYP BD

(2) LAY TYPE "X

GARAGE

9

ENLARGED SECTION AT STAIR - WEST

ENLARGED SE

3

1/2" = 1'-0"

1/2" = 1'-0"

WALL BEYOND CLR FINISH DUAL OAK RAIL - OR3

B

1.5" x 1.5" PT WD PICKET 1 1/4" FINISH FACE OF WALL

7

3/4" PT WD TRIM

1 3/4" MIN 1 1/2"

PT WD BASE - C3BJ

3

CLEAR FINISH, WD HANDRAIL - OR4

A-7.1

3/8"

34"-38" AFF

CONT WD BLOCKING SHAPED FROM 4"x6" PT WD TRIM DEPTH TO MATCH STAIR RISER

9 A-7.1

WALL MOUNTED HANDRAIL BRACKET SATIN FINISH

8

BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

PT WD WAINSCOTT.J47 GWB OVER FLOOR FRAMING (E) SUB FLOOR (N) FINISH FLOOR

8

GUARD RAIL AT SECOND FLOOR LANDING

5

3" = 1'-0"

3' - 6"

1 1/2"

4"

1 1/2" MAX

ENLARGED ST

2

1/2" = 1'-0"

HANDRAIL AT INTERIOR STAIR 3" = 1'-0"

TOP OF GUARD RAIL

WAINSCOTT, BEYOND SEE ENLARGED STAIR PLAN A-7.1 FOR RISER & TREAD DIMENSIONS

B

1/4" x 1/4" REVEAL @ TOP OF POST (ALL AROUND)

PT GRADE RISER PT WD BASE, BEYOND- C38J PT WDTRIM TO FULLY ENCLOSE RISER DEPTH TO MATCH C38J

4X4 PT GRADE NEUAL POST

WD FLOORING STAIR TREAD WITH ROUNDED LEADING EDGE. CLEAR FINISH, TYP

7

2x WD TREAD, TYP

A-7.1

1 1/2" POST

3

5 1/2" BASE BOARD TO MATCH (E)

2x WD BLOCKING, TYP

FINISH FLOOR

7

ENLARGED GUARD ELEVATION 1" = 1'-0"

COPYRIGHT C 2016 JACKSON LILES ARCHITECTURE - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

9 A-7.1

2X WD STRINGER BEYOND (1 OF 3)

FINISH FLOOR

4

STAIR TREAD @ BASE 3" = 1'-0"

8

1

ENLARGED ST 1/2" = 1'-0"


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BAUCOM RESIDENCE RENOVATION

Y

1425 20TH STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107

3' - 6"

COATS CLOS

SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

6' - 8" MIN

YERS 5/8" X" GYP BD

HEAD HT.

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

FOYER

Jackson Liles

OPEN BEYOND

ARCHITECTURE

GARAGE

+

2325 Third Street #206 San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel 415.621.1799 Fax 415.621.1798

www.jacksonliles.com

FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

ECTION AT STAIR - EAST

C

D

E

CMD

3' - 9 3/4"

Date & Issue

16 R @ 0' - 7"

02.29.16

REVISED PLAN

04.15.16

PRICING SET

07.25.16

PERMIT SUBMITTAL

08.04.16

CONSTRUCTION SET

3 A-7.1 9 A-7.1

TAIR PLAN - SECOND FLOOR

JULIE E. JACKSON C-27108 EXP. 5/17

E

A

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E

AT ST

TAIR PLAN - FIRST FLOOR

D

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R

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Date:

As indicated

Scale: Job #: 3 A-7.1

UP

9

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A-7.1

STAIR PLANS, SECTIONS & DETAILS N

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WINDOW NAILIN FLANGE UNDER FLASHING, TYP

2

FLASHING UNDE WINDOW NAILIN FLANGE SECOND FLR 20' - 0"

WIND

8 FOR TYP NOTES SEE 7 A-8.1

10 A-8.1

EXT (N) PTD EXT WD TRIM

2 LAYER BLDG PAPER WRAP BEHIND WINDOW JAMB J

FIRST FLR CLG 18' - 8 3/4"

(E) 2x WD FRAMING INT

SEALANT, TYP

15

WALL SECTION HR WALL - VENT DETAILS 3" = 1'-0" G

11

AWNING WINDOW JAMB

7

3" = 1'-0"

EXTER

3" = 1'-0"

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

10 A-8.1

13 A-8.1

(E) 2x WD FRAMING

1/2" (N) WD TRIM

(N) PRE.MANU DECK MOUNTED SKYLIGHT, SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE

SEALANT , TYP

(N) GWB ON THE INTERIOR SURFACE OF THE SKYLIGHT WELL ON ALL SIDES

SOLID SURFACE TRIM EXT

OPPOSITE SIDES OF SKYLIGHT WELL TO BE VERTICAL & TIGHT TO THE EDGE OF SKYLIGHT

14

SKYLIGHT AT KITCHEN

10

3/4" = 1'-0"

AWNING WINDOW HEAD

6

3" = 1'-0"

EXTER

3" = 1'-0"

6

FOR TYP NOTES SEE (N) PRE.MANU DECK MOUNTED SKYLIGHT, SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE (N) GWB ON THE INTERIOR SURFACE OF THE SKYLIGHT WELL ON ALL SIDES

5 A-8.1

AWNING WINDOW ASSEMBLY W/ NAILING FIN SEALANT , TYP 3/4" SOLID SURFACE TRIM, SLOPE

(E) ROOF ASSEMBLY: SHINGLES, OVER BUILDING PAPER, OVER (E) ROOF DECKING & 2x WD FRAMING (N) DOUBLE 2x6 HEADER @ OPENING

SKYLIGHT AT HALLWAY 3/4" = 1'-0"

COPYRIGHT C 2016 JACKSON LILES ARCHITECTURE - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

EXT

WD BLOCKING, SHAPE AS NECESSARY (N) WD TRIM

(N)2x4 WD FRAMING @ SIDES OF SKYLIGHT WELL, TYP OPPOSITE SIDES OF SKYLIGHT WELL TO BE VERTICAL & TIGHT TO THE EDGE OF SKYLIGHT (N) DOUBLE 2x4 WD FRAMING @ OPENING (E) WALL FRAMING, EXTEND (N) FINISH DOWN OVER (E) FRAMING

13

10 A-8.1

1 1/2"

(N) THIN SET TILE 2 LAYERS TYPE X GWB INTER LAYER TO BE WATER RESISTANT (E) 2x WD FRAMING

9

AWNING WINDOW SILL 3" = 1'-0"

(E) WD SIDING PATCH AS NECESSARY W/ (N) SIDING TO MATCH

5

EXTER

3" = 1'-0"


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BAUCOM RESIDENCE RENOVATION

NAILING FLANGE WINDOW, TYP 3

2

1425 20TH STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94107

2 WINDOW NAILING FLANGE UNDER FLASHING, TYP

1

ER NG

NOTES: A. INSTALL FLASHING IN ORDER AS SHOWN BY NUMBERS B. CHECK LOCAL BUILDING CODES FOR WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER REQUIRMENTS AND INSTALL FLASHING TO FORM WATER-SHEDDING LAPS

DOW FLASHING, TYP 3

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

7 A-8.1

SEALANT, TYP NAILING FIN

NAILING FIN WINDOW ASSEMBLY

EXT

BUILDING PAPER WRAP UNDER NAILING FIN BUILDING PAPER UNDER NAILING FIN

Jackson Liles ARCHITECTURE +

J

2325 Third Street #206 San Francisco, CA 94107 Tel 415.621.1799 Fax 415.621.1798

INT PT WD INTERIOR TRIM - A28J

SIMPSON STRONG WALL PT WD INTR TRIM - A28J

www.jacksonliles.com

(N) DOOR W/ ASSEMBLY NAILING FIN

RIOR WINDOW JAMB -TYP

"

3

EXTERIOR DOOR JAMB - TYP 3" = 1'-0" J

J

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

SEALANT,TYP

6 A-8.1

1 1/2" PT WD TRIM 1"x6" PT WD TRIM

WD FRAME WALL ASSEMBLY

1" PT SHIPLAP SIDING TO MATCH (E)

Date & Issue 2 LAYERS BLDG PAPER BATT INSULATION

PT WD INTERIOR TRIM - A28J

02.29.16

REVISED PLAN

04.15.16

PRICING SET

PLYWD, SSD 2x WD FRAMING, SSD

INT

PT WD INTR TRIM - A28J

07.25.16

PERMIT SUBMITTAL

WINDOW TRIM EXTENSION

08.04.16

CONSTRUCTION SET

PT GA MTL FLASHING LAP UNDER BLDG PAPER

EXT

INT

1/4" DRIP EDGE NAIL IN FIN WINDOW

RIOR WINDOW HEAD - TYP

"

(N) DOOR ASSEMBLY W/ NAILING FIN

2

EXTERIOR DOOR HEAD- TYP 3" = 1'-0" J

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

3/4" 3 1/2"

FIRST FLR 10' - 8 3/4"

1 1/2" PT WD SILL W/ DRIP EDGE

FINISH FLOOR OVER VAPOR BARRIER

PT WD INTR TRIM - A35J

GA SHT MTL FLASHING, WRAP BENEATH DOOR SILL

AT ST

1x PT WD INTR SILL

(N) DOOR ASSEMBLY W/ NAILING FIN 2 x COMPOSITE DECKING

JULIE E. JACKSON C-27108 EXP. 5/17

E

OF

2x WD LEDGER BOLT TO CONC STEM WALL

WD SIDING

CONC FOUNDATION , SSD

1

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BAUCOM RESIDENCE RENOVATION 02.29.16

Date:

As indicated

Scale: Job #:

1402

Revit File:

1"x6" PT WD TRIM

A

INT

SEALANT, TYP

NI

EXT

INT

ED ARCH I NS

R

5 A-8.1

CT TE

6 A-8.1

LIC E

J

RIOR WINDOW SILL - TYP

"

FOR TYP NOTES SEE

6 A-8.1

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EXTERIOR DETAILS

EXTERIOR DOOR SILL - TYP 3" = 1'-0"

A-8.1 Professional work 121


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