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ARCHITECT.+.DESIGNER

LAILA AMMAR SELECTED

WORK

SAMPLES


Index

02-03

ACADEMIC

(pg #)

Depth Conception (Thesis)

04-09

JetBlue Terminal

10-19

Lovell Guest House

20-23

Cultural Center

24-27

Global Art Academy

28-37

OTR Art Center

38-43

PROFESSIONAL

(pg #)

Michael McInturf Architects

44-51

FRCH Design Worldwide

52-55

Gensler Hospitality

56-57

FME Design + Arch

58-59

SHP Leading Design

60-61

(# of ppl)

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SPRING STUDIO 2014

EVOLO SKYSCRAPER

#FigureField #DepthConception #Competition #2d3d Professors - Jeff Kipnis, Rob Livesey SITE : Cincinnati, Ohio

PROMPT : Choose a competition to use as a platform to express your personal design agenda. (Used as part of Thesis Argument) RESPONSE: I chose the Evolo Skyscraper competition which has few parameters but calls for an innovative solution to the vertical design problem. The loose restrictions enabled me to pursue my interests that range from fantastical, graphic, form making which plays with the transition between 2D and 3D to the realities that I feel ground Architecture such as structure, environment, context, and program. This competition entry was a springboard for my Exit Review talk “Depth Conception” which was given at Knowlton Hall April 8th 2014

STEEL FRAME Integrated Water Collection & Drainage SOUTH FACING CURTAINWALL

SUPERSTRUCTURE

RIGID SPACE TRUSS FLOORS SPAN

INTE Varia

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM>>


NNING CORES

ERMEDIATE FLOORS ations of Tension Hung & Interior Column Support

STEEL STRUCTURAL PODS Infill :: Glass & Composite Panels

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<<SOUTH PERSPECTIVE The style of rendering speaks to its fantastical, futuristic ideals (a sort of homage to Mies van der Rohes Friedrichstrasse)

INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE>> <<SOUTH AERIAL Icons of the city


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CONCEPT DIAGRAM>>

Sphere Inherently Voluminous

3D Op. Mold

3D Form Aggregate (landscape)

3D Form RE-Aggregate (tower)

RIVER PURIFICATION & ON-SITE AGRICULTURE :: Living Machines/ /Aquaponics >> Growing Beds

Growing Beds Wetland A1&2

FishTank Wetland B1&2

Tidal Pools 1-3

Polluted River Intake RIVER PURIFICATION & ON-SITE AGRICULTURE::Living Machines//Aquaponics

FishTank

Greywater for Tower Fish & Produce for Restaurant & Market

Clean Water to River


2D Op. Slice

3D Op. Displace

3D Op. Compress

2d Form Retain Section

2d Op. Outline

2D=3D Graphic Projection

<<SECTION PERSPECTIVE

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SPRING STUDIO 2013

JETBLUE TERMINAL #FieldObject #TWA #Wayfinding #Ceilingscape Partner - Natalie Snyder Professor - Justin Diles SITE : New York, New York at JFK airport directly connected to Eero Saarinen’s TWA Terminal. PROMPT: Design a terminal for Jet Blue Airlines that relates to (touches, covers, shares space with, etc...) the existing TWA terminal as it stands today. The design should stem from a process of field object studies that will create an aggregated, volumetric, architectural shell. Incorporate way-finding strategies to create a clear sequence of arrivals. RESPONSE: By aggregating many cellular boulders into one larger object we found a way to achieve a hierarchy of spaces that ultimately became a cohesive composition. The “riverstones” are situated so that where they cross the ground plane, enclosed volumes can be experienced. Inversely, where they don’t meet the ground, users experience them as an undulating ceilingscape. The concept of “riverstones” also helps organize the circulation creating a flow that directs travelers seamlessly to their destination while creating


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LONGITUDINAL SECTION >> <<EARLY FORM STUDIES


//LARGE PHYSICAL SECTION MODEL

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\\SITE PLAN

//PHYSICAL MASSING MODEL


//LARGE PHYSICAL SECTION MODEL

\\TRANSVERSE SECTION

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<<TEXTURE & LIGHTING PHOTOGRAPHS


//INTERIOR OF PHYSICAL SECTION MODEL

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b9

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b13

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Operations/Administration

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BAGGAGE CLAIM

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//WAYFINDING DIAGRAM

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Operations/Administration

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car-rentals

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outdoor dining

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SECURITY CHECK-POINT

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seating/ waiting

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entrance

Op/Admin Space In Bound Out Bound Spatial Arrival (entrance)

main entrance direct to check-in

Concessions


UP UP

UPUP

\\FLOOR PLANS

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\\REAR PERSPECTIVE

FALL STUDIO 2013 (pt.1)

LOVELL GUEST HOUSE

#2wks #ModernAesthetic #LinkageToAutonomy Professor - Doug Graf

SITE : Newport Beach, California situated next to Rudolf Schindler’s Lovell Beach House. It is an oceanfront property that overtime has found itself in a tightly packed neighborhood. However, when the Lovell House was first designed it sat alone with the sand of the beach flowing right up underneath it. PROMPT: Design a guest house that includes a living area, kitchenette, a place to eat, a restroom, and two bedrooms. RESPONSE: The plot to the east of the house was once owned by the Lovell’s. Assuming their retention of that land, the new guest house is situated on that plot aligned to the alley to create a courtyard facing the beach front. As the frames of Schindler’s design march along, they transform from creating a frame for space to enabling a cellular arrangement. Sharing the edge with the most cellular facade, the guest house becomes a series of floating elements attached to a new type of framework. Rather than a very porous frame, the guest house has a solid wall that turns the corner and organizes main circulation paths along and around it. >>EXISTING PICTURES OF LOVELL HOUSE (library of congress historic buildings survey)


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\\ELEVATIONS

East Elevation

West Elevation

North Elevation

South Elevation

Eas

East Elevation

We

North

East

West

South

A N

B

South Elevation

B

B

Second Floor

Roof A

First Floor

Second Floor

//FLOOR PLANS

Section A

Sec

ORIGINAL HOUSE

First Floor

AL HOUSE

Ground Floor

Section B

Roo


//SECTIONS

East/West

North/South

\\PHYSICAL MODEL PHOTOS

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\\PHYSICAL MODEL

FALL STUDIO 2013 (pt.2)

CULTURAL CENTER

#OneMonth #Cultural #NarrativeCirculation Professor - Doug Graf SITE : Columbus, Ohio

RESPONSE: With such a large program, this design breaks up its components to create a renaissance village with its organization (albeit contemporary in its style). The arrangement creates a circulation narrative that lends itself to continuous discovery in an extroverted loop. A large street brings the user up through the site, presenting different facades for entry points or views into the building. The street terminates into the keystone of the program, the Library. However, through a small reveal one can skirt past the library and find themselves in a hidden garden. With the sectional variation of the street running through the site, one could also enter on the south side into a lobby which compresses underneath the street and creates new entry points to the program related above. This is also where you will find the beginning of the gallery sequence that takes you further down, down, down - until you reach a sunken garden back on the west street front. This then presents you with the beginning of the street that you must have missed by entering on the south.

TH EA C T GA A LL F R E ER IE E S LIBR ARY

>>CIRCULATION DIAGRAMS

VIE

W


TH EA C T GA A LL F R E ER IE E S LIBR ARY

VIE

W

TH

EA C T GA A LL F R E ER IE E S

AP

AR

TM

EN

TS

TE

RR

AC

E

LIBR ARY SCHOOL

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<<VIGNETTES

\\SOUTH-EAST AERIAL

\\PHYSICAL MODEL VIEWS


D

D

D

29 resident’s terrace 28 apartments 27 library 26 studios 25 classrooms

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28 D

4TH/6TH FL.TYP.

D

27

25

26

FOURTH FLOOR 24 theatre mezzanine 23 outdoor seating / sculpture garden 22 resident’s event room 21 event room terrace 20 apartment entry 19 library 18 faculty offices 17 studios 16 classrooms

24

23

21 22 20

19 18 17

16

THIRD FLOOR 15 event lobby (b) 14 gallery shop 13 cafe 12 director’s offices 11 conference 10 language labs 09 faculty offices

13 15

14

DN

12

09

11

DN

DN

10

DN

DN

SECOND FLOOR

08 racquetball courts 07pool 06 gym 05 back of house 04 theatre 03 galleries 02 event lobby (a) 01 school lobby

05

03

05

08

04 03

03

07

06

01 02

FIRST FLOOR

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FALL STUDIO 2012

GLOBAL ART ACADEMY

#ComprehensiveStudio #CubePotential #Objectness Partners - Yana Grinblat & Michael Tomaso Professors - Rob Livesey & Bart Overley SITE : Yellow Springs, Ohio

PROMPT: Just as the last centuryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tycoons sought to play out their wealth and power through the formation of The American Academy in Rome, the new generation of mega-patrons seek to make a mark with a collection of Art Academies placed internationally. With the given city, choose a site and design an academy for artists to live and work. RESPONSE: With existing paths and a stream leading right to it, our selected site extends the experience of any user hiking, biking, rowing, or even horseback riding through Glen Helen. In this natural atmosphere we wanted to explore the powerful effect of providing a stark contrast - THE CUBE. The cube is dissected into two parts. The larger outer form has crashed into the site and shattered from its rigidity, creating an abstract interpretation of a geometrical tree canopy. The smaller cube that was carved away retains its pure geometric form and though it does not take on the form of the woods, it looms out over the stream and reflects its


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LIBRARY : 4400 sf

-reading room, offices, cataloging, & storage

ART GALLERIES : 1400 sf

-wall, floor, and hanging space

COMMON SPACES : 10,000

-dining, kitchen, gaming, lounging, cafe

STUDIOS

-sculpture, vis.art, arch., landscape, design, music performance and composition, writing, history, art history, & film

RESIDENCE

-1&2 bedroom apartments to accommodate 50 people

ADMINISTRATION

-director and asst. director offices, conference, reception, waiting, restrooms

SERVICE

-laundry, IT, server room, building services, storage

//PROGRAM AXON

\\FORMAL ARRANGEMENT

M


MASSING

3120


//SOUTH ELEVATION

//EAST WEST SECTION


OUTER SHELL:

Random Cut Faces

CANTED PORTICO:

Vertical

STUDIO CUBE:

Pure Grid

[[ [[ [[

BUILDING.SKINS

//PHYSICAL MODEL

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circulation core post-tensioned concrete slabs one way reinforced concrete slabs reinforced concrete walls inset slanted columns

circulation cores site cast concrete frame cantilevered truss columns along curtainwall one way reinforced concrete slabs

//STRUCTURAL AXON


//GALLERY PERSPECTIVE

//LOUNGE PERSPECTIVE

//CAFETERIA PERSPECTIVE

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\\SOUTH EAST PERSPECTIVE


//FLOOR PLANS

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SPRING STUDIO 2012

O.T.R. ART CENTER

#ComputationalDesign #CommunityAccess #Gestural Professor - Ming Tang SITE : Pendleton, Cincinnati, Ohio is the eastern edge of Over the Rhine (OTR), the largest, most intact urban historic district in the United States. Pendleton is considered OTR’s art district and houses the existing art center. This area is majority low income, non-home owners. However, OTR has seen major revitalization and a surge in small businesses in the past four years. PROMPT: On an urban site in Cincinnati, use the potential of parametric thinking and tools as a resource for achieving diversity and complexity in urban form generation to design a new Pendleton Art Center. Total of 32,000 Sq. Ft. RESPONSE: The design strives to align itself with the organization’s mission of ”encouraging and nurturing artistic creativity, by providing a supportive and inspiring environment for artists.” The programmatic adjacencies focus on a studio based environment with flexible gallery space. To interact with the iconic corner of Pendleton, the form gestures toward the “OTR Bell Tower.” To emphasize the relationship to its site, the interior grand stair bleeds into the landscape and a fragmented, ribbon like, tensile structure slinks through the landscape and up onto the building. The ribbons placement was based on solar studies from Vasari. The building skin was derived from the combination of a manual division of the faces and a parametric grasshopper definition. With color mapping, views and privacy were considered and


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\\SITE PLAN


//FLOOR PLANS

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09

gallery offices computer lab library balcony restrooms classrooms conference rooms mech.

02

01

02 06

09

01

08 08

06

03 04

07 07 05

Second Floor

01 02 03 04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11

retail grand stair storage kitchen multipurpose room restrooms patio workspace mech. classrooms/lecture halls lobby/gallery

10

02

05 10

04 03

11 09 07

09 06

01

06

08

01 01

First Floor

01

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\\COLOR MAPPING PRIVACY & VIEWS

//ELEVATIONS


//INTERIOR GALLERY PERSPECTIVE

\\STREET SIDE PERSPECTIVE

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ARCHITECT (Aug.â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;15-Current)

Michael McInturf Architects #IterativeDesign #DigitalFabrication #LocalAgitator Office Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

In this small office of roughly 8 people (+/-) I quickly took on various responsibilities stretching across all aspects of a design practice, challenging my creative and practical boundaries. I have also had the fortune of working on variable project types: Educational Facilities, Hospitality(F&B), Residential, Commercial (Mixed-Use) as well as speculative work. The four projects sampled here are as follows: Business Club (Anonymous): Design Lead 40,000 SF Co-Working+Wellness+Restaurant CCDS Athletic Center: Project Manager/Architect Natatorium/Facilities Renovation + 5,000 SF Entry CCDS Early Childhood Center: Design/Production 8,000 SF 18mo-5 yr old Multi-Purpose Education Facility ACADIA Pavilion: Logistics, Physical Models Exhibit Entry & Anticipated Design Build

Business Club (Anonymous)

//MASSING STUDIES


<<EXTERIOR CONCEPT RENDERING

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//NORTH ELEVATION

//SOUTH ELEVATION

//EAST ELEVATION

<<CONSTRUCTION PHOTOS


CCDS Early Childhood Center

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//NATATORIUM INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

//ENTRY ADDITION INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

//MASSING PARTI

//EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


CCDS Athletic Center Renovation & Addition

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//PHYSICAL MASSING MODEL

//EXHIBIT TEXT EXCERPT

//PAVILION RENDERING


ACADIA Pavilion

27.9 ft

21.3 ft 19 ft

7.87 ft

4.59 ft

1.4 ft

//PAVILION SECTION

10.7 sqf

Section

Plan

11.2ft 5.2ft

//PHYSICAL SECTION MODEL

6.49ft 14.8ft

18ft 38ft

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DESIGNER (Jun.â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;14 to Aug.â&#x20AC;&#x2122;15)

FRCH Design Worldwide

#RetailDesign #ConsumerFocused #NeutralArchitecture Office Location: Cincinnati, Ohio As a member of the Retail Mixed Use studio, I was assigned to our client, Premium Outlets. While working for the client I helped with a handful of ongoing projects they had (ground up and renovations). Most notably I spent a majority of my time on their new Denver Premium Outlet. Denver Premium Outlet is a two phase project culminating in 400,000 sq ft of retail space supplemented with a (roughly) 17,000 sq ft Market Lodge for dining, resting, and capturing views of the neighboring Rocky Mountains. Letting nature speak for itself through the landscaping, the Architecture retains its fashionable integrity with minimal, asymmetrical forms. Working with our Creative Director, I aided in the design and material selections and followed the project through to Construction Documents as design changes continued to be made by the client. //STOREFRONT ELEVATIONS

//ENTRY PERSPECTIVE


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WOOD & STEEL CONNECTION STUDIES

^^ENTRY PERSPECTIVE

^^INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

HEADER

^^COLUMN DETAIL STUDIES Applied “Wood” Siding Condition 3

Denver Premium Outlets, Thorton, CO | Component Study | February 9, 2015 | page 17 27851.000

^^STOREFRONT VARIATION STUDY

Denver

PAINT

27851.000

Condition 2 : Different Color Over Storefronts

Denver Premium Outlets, Thorton, CO | Component Study | February 9, 2015 | page 11 27851.000

Denver Premium Outlets, Thorton, CO | Component Study | February 9, 2015 | pag 27851.000


BASE CONDITIONS

Premium Outlets, Thornton, CO | Component Study | February 13, 2015 | page 5

ge 15

Stone

Condition 1 : On brick Base

Applied “Wood” Siding Conditions 1

Denver Premium Outlets, Thorton, CO | Component Study | February 9, 2015 | page 12 27851.000

Denver Premium Outlets, Thorton, CO | Component Study | February 9, 2015 | page 9 27851.000

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Summer Intern 2013

GENSLER HOSPITALITY #InternationalMindset #ContextualArchitecture Office Location: Los Angeles, California While at Gensler I split my time between two hotel projects. The first is shown here : Heritage Hotel in Albuquerque.The client was looking to infuse traditional architecture of the region (pueblo style) into a more contemporary, luxurious design. I took on the design responsibilities for the landscape and hardscape and also contributed to the facade designs. Additionally, I was responsible for creating presentations for the client. The second project I was on (not pictured here for contractual reasons) was a feasibility study for an airport hotel attached to the Atlanta Airport. We engaged in site, market, and program research and came up with six possible designs for the client.

//REAR PERSPECTIVE \\POOL-SIDE VIGNETTES


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Winter Co-Op 2012

FME DESIGN+ARCH

#TechBoom #HistoricReUse #WorkplaceAndLeisure Office Location: San Francisco, California While at FME, I was mainly on the 717 Battery project team. â&#x20AC;&#x153;The five-level, 58,000-square-foot club at 717 Battery St. contains a high-end restaurant, four bars, a wine cellar, a library, meeting rooms, a gym and spa, an outdoor garden and 14 hotel rooms, including a penthouse suite with views of the Transamerica Pyramid and the Bay Bridge. A dramatic glass elevator and glass railing on an imposing steel and glass staircase to the lower level are among the design highlights.â&#x20AC;? -SF Gate I mostly handled custom interior detailing for the Construction Documents. The photographs below show the finished building, and the image to the right is a rendering done during the design process. I also worked on a handful of other tasks for various projects such as corporate interiors and office buildings for developers. //RESTAURANT PERSPECTIVE \\FINISHED PHOTOGRAPHS


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3Co-Ops & 2yrs Part Time

SHP LEADING DESIGN #EducationDesign #LeadersInBIM #PublicProjects Office Location: Cincinnati & Columbus, Ohio SHP Leading Design has been in the K-12 Market for over 100 years. I spent much of my time there on the Northwestern High School project team, designing my alma mater. The project was two separate buildings (a PK-6 & 7-12) totaling 247,000 square feet. The designs are 2-story buildings with abundant natural lighting. Each building will target a minimum of LEED Silver certification. The project will includes a geothermal HVAC system and many other new technologies. It was an interesting experience learning about public clients sitting on both sides of the fence - as designer and a member of that schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s community. When I worked part time (16+ Hours a week), I became a more fluid employee working on several projects as needed. I took on tasks that ranged from SDs to CDs and even CA. I was also in direct contact with consultants to help produce the most innovative solutions for our design problems.

//REAR PERSPECTIVE \\PROGRAM SKETCH LAYOUT


TRANSLUCENT WALL PANELS BRICK CAVITY DRAINAGE MATERIAL

2-1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER 2-1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER

MEMBRANE FLASHING

8" CMU

MASONRY JOINT REINFORCEMENT

SEALANT

THRU-WALL RECEIVER W/ COUNTER FLASHING

CMU

2-1/2" CAVITY WALL INSULATION

TERMINATION BAR

TERMINATION BAR 6" CMU, GROUT SOLID

MEMBRANE FLASHING

MEMBRANE ROOFING

2

DETAIL

3 1/2"

6"

3/4" METAL WALL PANEL

2-1/2" CFMF RUNNER

4" H CMU, GROUT SOLID

8"

TAPERED ROOF INSULATION ON ROOF INSULATION

3"

9"

6"

VAPOR RETARDER

1/2"

T/ PANEL 115'-0"

MEMBRANE ROOFING

METAL SCUPPER LINER 4"X8" - AL SIDES

COVER BOARD

DRIP FLASHING

TAPERED ROOF INSULATION ON ROOF INSULATION AIR BARRIER

VAPOR RETARDER

1/2" GYPSUM SHEATHING

CFMF SUPPORT CLIP ANCHOR TO STEEL BEAM

STEEL JOIST ROOF DECK

2-1/2" CFMF Z-FURRING 16" OC. VERTICAL

8 X 8 BOND BEAM

8 X 8 BOND BEAM

METAL WALL PANEL

8" CMU DOWNSPOUT

3-5/8" CFMF STUDS, 16" OC.

MASONRY JOINT REINFORCEMENT

ROOF DECK

2-1/2" CFMF Z-FURRING 16" OC. VERTICAL

8" CMU

DOWNSPOUT

1'-4"

\\3D CONSTRUCTION DETAIL 5

METAL WALL PANEL

HEMMED METAL FLANGE TRIM DRIP FLASHING

CONDUCTOR HEAD 13"W X 9"H X 8"D W/ BUILT-IN OVERFLOW AS PER LATEST SMACNA STANDARDS STEEL JOIST

A540

WOOD BLOCKING CUT FROM 2x12, ANCHOR TO CMU W/ 1/2"Ø EXPANSION ANCHORS (MIN. 3-1/2" EMBEDMENT) COUNTERSUNK 24" OC. , STAGGER SIDES, 2" MIN. FROM FACE OF CMU

4" H CMU, GROUT SOLID

2-1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER

MEMBRANE ROOFING COVER BOARD

8" 4 X 8 MASONRY OPENING

6" 9" 3" CONDUCTOR HEAD 13"W X 9"H X 8"D W/ BUILT-IN OVERFLOW AS PER LATEST SMACNA STANDARDS

METAL COPING

WOOD BLOCKING CUT FROM 2x12, ANCHOR TO CMU W/ 1/2"Ø EXPANSION ANCHORS (MIN. 3-1/2" EMBEDMENT) COUNTERSUNK 24" OC. , STAGGER SIDES, 2" MIN. FROM FACE OF CMU

SLOPE

3"

METAL COPING

2-1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER

A

3" = 1'-0"

WOOD BLOCKIN FROM 2x8, BOLT RUNNER 32" OC

2x12 WOOD BLOCKING, BOLT TO STEEL ANGLE W/ 1/2"Ø BOLT 32" OC.

5x5x5/16 CONT. STEEL ANGLE (GALV), BOLT TO CMU W/ 1/2"Ø EXPANSION ANCHOR 32"OC.

12" CMU

DETAIL

A540

3" = 1'-0"

4 X 8 MASONRY OPENING

1

12 x 8 BOND BEAM

2-1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER

GROUND FACE CMU IN LIEU OF BRICK AT SIMILAR CONDITION

A540

5x3-1/2"X5/16" CONT. STEEL ANGLE (GALV), BOLT TO CMU W/ 1/2"Ø EXPANSION ANCHOR 32"OC.

WEEP

SCUPPER DETAIL @ BRICK 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1 1/2"

6 A540

1'-0 5/8" ROOF STRUCTURE VARIES @ SIMILAR CONDITIONS

SCUPPER DETAIL @ METAL PANEL

B/ PANEL 110'-5 1/2"

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

A THROUGH-WALL FLASHING END DAM

ROOF MEMBRANE END DAM THROUGH WALL FLASHING TERMINATION BAR SILL FLASHING END DAM

ROOF MEMBRANE TERMINATION BAR

2 1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER SILL FLASHING/RECEIVER POSITIVE SLOPE TOWARDS ROOF SURFACE BRICK WEEP

2 1/2" SPRAY FOAM INSULATION AND AIR BARRIER CMU BACK UP

COUNTER FLASHING RECEIVER ROOF MEMBRANE TERMINATION BAR

ROOF MEMBRANE

1/2" CEMENT BOARD

1

A

5/11/2011 4:06:48 PM

ROOF INSULATION

ROOF DECK

9 A540

NOTES: 1. THIS DETAIL IS FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES TO SHOW HOW THE FLASHINGS TIE TOGETHER AT THE END DAM. NOT ALL CLADDING COMPONENTS ARE SHOWN. REFER TO ADDITIONAL DETAILS FOR COMPLETE ASSEMBLY 2. COUNTER FLASHING IS NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY. 3. METAL WALL PANELS ARE NOT SHOWN FOR CLARITY 4. PROVIDE SEALANT BETWEEN END DAMS.

THROUGH WALL FLASHING TYPICAL DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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Ammar Portfolio  

Selected work from my Graduate and Undergraduate studies in Architecture.

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