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Foreword

People sometime asked me what field would you want to spend your life in if you could turn back time. I think about all different possibilities in which I could contribute in my best ... In the end, ... I would enter architectural world again... and Again... Lan Dang Nguyen


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VERTICAL STUDIO Research Lab Pier 40 | Hudson River | New York

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2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CAP STUDIO Visiting Campus Abu Dahbi

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TECTONIC IDEA Configuration

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CONTEXT - STUDIO Advance Material Incubator East River | New York

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ARTERY CULTURAL CENTER Chinatown | Boston

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AGENT STRUCTURE NoKaidoscope Project Pratt Institute Gallery

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LOW INCOME HOUSING - STUDIO Coney Island | Brooklyn

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COMMUNITY ROWING BOAT HOUSE Backbay | Boston

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ART PERFORMANCE PAVILION SoHo | New York

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MEDIA | DIGITAL REPRESENTATION

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WORKING EXPERIENCES

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Hudson River Research Lab New York

Exhibition Center Abu Dahbi

Agent Structure Exhibition - Pratt Institute Gallery

Advanced Material Incubator East River - New York

Low Income Housing Coney Island - New York

Art Perfomance Pavilion Soho - New York

Digital Representation

Tectonic- Connection

Community Rowing Boat House Backbay - Boston

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Pier 40/ Hudson River/ Research Lab Fall 2011/ Pratt Institute Critic/ Erich Schoenenberger PARAMETRICISM As the development of computational design,

questioning for a proposal of

new style is neccesary visualization to adapt with changes of social order that could reflecting an environment in which contains our daily activities.

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Deterioration Initial Concept/ Time/ Aging My concept is focusing on deterioration processes in which form is generated based on transformation of decomposed organization under forces over time. In the process, when surface is deteriorated, internal organization start to fall apart creating new boundary overtime. There is a relationship between complete and incomplete figure that perform the changing stages from fresh to decay, from young to old

FORM SEARCHING The initial cell is transformed via experience of variable changes that perform a different appearances.

Aggregation from multiple cells

generate a field condition in which contain spatial qualities , hierarchy order, openness, enclosure that reveal a new configuration


a

b c

d

Renderings a. Initial Component b. Variables c. Aggregation 1 d. Aggregation 2

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Urban Retrofit Site/ Analysis/ Strategy

SITE CONTEXT Pier 40 is located along Hudson river that connect to city via Westside highway. currently

is

outdoor

recreation

The pier

functioning

as

center,

commercial port, public parking


ramp up ramp down 1. Lab - Research 2. Cafeteria 3. Kayaking 4. Auditorium 5. Indoor recreation 6. Education center 7. Outdoor activities 8. Art performance center 9. Services - Administration 10. Elevated bridge 11. Rest area

SITE STRATEGY As a part of city fabrication, the site is considered to tie between city and water edges to enhance access capacity. There are few aspects to address / Link current pedestrian pathway as part of building / Intersect trajectory in order to use as share program / Varies scale allowing different type of program / Bridging between site and city above the highway

PROPOSED PROGRAM Hudson river has been the most polluted river in the States. Proposed program for the research lab is mixed use activities. Research lab of estuary sanctuary for protection of fish, wildlife and their habitats is focused. Additional, performance art center and in/out door recreation center are included as well to enhance activities among the community


Configuration Tessellation/ Visualization/

The final configuration is inherited the conceptual idea while response to

urban

context.

Indeed,

the

configuration is investigated during form searching processes and design development strategy in order to adapt with site constraint meanwhile propose a program via a organization which is found and negotiate in the aggregation process.

Renderings SPATIAL CONFIGURATION | CONFIGURATION ON SITE | VIEW TOWARD CITY


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Abu Dahbi/ Visiting Center Spring 2011/ Pratt Institute Critic/ Erich Schoenenberger Client/ Christo and Jeanne - Claude Group Design: Lan Nguyen | Stephen Lam |Richards Mark PERSPECTIVE This CAP ( Comprehensive Architecture Project) studio is engaged with an intense project in which students work from schematic design to producing construction drawings. In this project, students meet up with consultants for MEP system and structural advice for specific site and climate condition.

CLIENT: In this selected studio, we had opportunity to be a part of conceptual design studio project within Pratt degree program. Our client in this case was Christo and Jeanne - Claude. Specifically, the studio divided into four team carrying different programs that ultimately become a visiting campus for Christo and Jeanne - Claude’s Mastaba project in Abu Dahbi. Our team took responsibility for designing an Exhibition Center

Models: 3D print a. Visiting Campus b. Exhibition Center

b a


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Site Location

THE MASTABA FOR UAE

Scale relationship

a. Christo and Jeanne Claude’s Drawings Proposed for the Mastaba

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Mastaba project is a proposal from Christo and Jeanne- Claude to ruler of UAE. The mastaba would be on dessert where Christo and Jeanne-Claude specificly selected by their critical analysis about topography and view. Christo and Jeanne - Claude has been following this project for more than 10 years. Recently, Ruler of UAE positively agreed to build the Mastabar and its facilities. This Mastaba would be the first permanent art installation project of Christo and Jeanne - Claude.

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Initial Concept

PARTICLE BEHAVIOR

Particle Flow/ Granular flow is an essentially un-modeled physical behavior. At times granular motion acts like a solid and at others like a fluid, and the transition between the two can be rapid. Each particle is independent yet dependent upon it’s neighbors. The velocity that the particle travels is determined by it’s neighbors and its interaction during travel. As well, the behavior of one grain and its immediate contacts after impact is closely connected. Hence the viscosity of the sand and the state of the wind, whether gradual periodic or turbulent, affects the particle behavior toward a global behavior

Sand Boom Potential Energy --> Kenetic Energy--> Acoustic Sound

article Behavior

Granular flow is an essentially un-modeled physical ehavior. At times granular motion acts like a solid and t others like a fluid, and the transition between the wocan be rapid. Each particle is independent yet ependent upon it’s neighbors. The velocity that the article travels is determened by it’s neighbors and its nteraction during travel. As well, the behavior of one rain and its immediate contacts after impact is closely onnected. Hence the viscosity of the sand and the tate of the wind, whether gradual periodic or turbulent, ffects the particle behavior toward a global behavior.

Gravity

Kenetic

loose sand is pushed up the dune by wind some sand settles along the up hill path

sand is pushed beyond the crest by the wind and settles where the wind stops

dunes that reach a threshold will begin to avalanche the angle of repose is typically 30-34 degrees

this unsettles a large amount of sand to reset the growth pattern it also contributes to the migration of the sand dune

Prof. Erich Schoenenberger


Aeolian Pressure

Loose Particle Layer Instance of low turbulance

Aeolian Pressure

Initial State

Collision of high and low pressure stream

Particle movement in response to initial pressure

Instance of high turbulance

Final State Final stage

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Wind Vector overinitial surface generate potential paths of deforamtion. Initial Surface

A height limitation was set to maintain cohesion with adjacent structure.

Gen 4: Height Constriction

Deformation are defined with an orientation towards the Mastaba.

Gen 1: Principle Deformation

Volume conditions are evaluated for potential area of programatic space.

Gen 5: Volume Condition

Deformations in the system are assessed for potential access points.

Gen 2: Access Condition

Further development of turbulence within the surface are articulated.

Gen 3: Variety of Turbulence


Articulated Massing

FORM DEVELOPMENT


Interior


Office

Access To Parking

Exhibition

Library

Access To Service Entrance Access To Accomodation

Fire Exit

Fire Exit

Cafe

Lobby

Access To Prayer Space

Exhibition

Giftshop Entrance

Entrance

Auditorium

Archive Access To Tour Center

LEGEND North Primary Circulation Secondary Circulation Ground Circulation

PROGRAM DIAGRAM


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STORAGE 17'-4 21 "

3'

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8'-1 2'-1

MEDIA ROOM

1"

18'

9 W

16

"

ELEVATOR PIT

UP

15'-2 21 "

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Exhibition B

10 17'-4 21 "

15

Exhibition 1

17 18'

ROTATING PARTION

PODIUM STOR.

Archive

UP

Auditorium

17

230

Lobby

230 UP

Op

C

Mechanical

FU_COLD FU_HOT FU_WASTE FU_TOTAL FIXT_CODE

B

UP

Vehicular Entrance

C 15'

13'-5 21 "

A

Mechanical

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15'-6 21 "

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15'

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BASEMEN PLAN


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Pedestrian Entrance

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Exhibition 3

UP

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Offices

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pe

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UP

Cafe

B 1

3 5

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Gift Shop

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GROUND PLAN

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4

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

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Environmental Control Boiler/ Chiller/ AHU Duct/ Circulation/Size

DUCT DISTRIBUTION LAYOUT LEVEL 1


Duct Space

Archive 815 sqft

ZONE 1

WC: Women 130 sqft

150 sqft

WC: Men 100 sqft

Cafe 1485 sqft

120 sqft

ZONE 6

ZONE 3

Circulation & Public Space 1430 sqft

100 sqft 900 sqft

Gift Shop 440 sqft en Op

Mechanical 1100 sqft

To Below

ZONE 4

Mechanical 425 sqft

Mechanical 150 sqft

WC: Men 150 sqft

ROTATI PARTIO

NG N

WC: Women 130 sqft Auditorium 1160sqft

ZONE 7

ZONE 2

Exhibition 3 1450sqft

Storage 80 sqft Media Room 70 sqft

Lobby & Exhibition 1 2350 sqft

ZONE 5 Exhibition 2 2375 sqft

RISER DIAGRAM


Elevation

+ 35'

Elevation

+ 28'

Elevation

+ 15'

Elevation

+ 0'-0"

Elevation

0 - 15'

Elevation

0 - 21'

Section 1-1

Models: Renderings a. Cross Section b. View from back entrance

a

b


Welded Ledge Gasket Joint sealants

Interior finish Welded to girder

6" Prefab concrete carrier

8"x8" tube steel girder

1" Ceramic Tile Pin bolt connection 8"x8" tube steel beam 4 " insulation

Concrete wall

Panel Detail


Roof desk (Walkable surface)

Lightweight Concrete Panel

Air Ventilation

3/8" latex modified concrete Insulation-Water Barrier

Pour stop

Lightweight concrete

3" corrugated Metal Decking Steel Tube Beam

Roof Detail


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Tectonic - Scale - Materiality Fall 2007/ BAC Critic/ Shonali Rajani

Unit Diagram

This study is explorating various combination in term of form and representation aspects. Intersecting and interlocking , void and solid, horizontal and vertical are the key aspects that creating the modules that populated via a tectonic principle.

Plan


Section

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Physical model, digital model, photos collages are the method to explore the potentials medium to create hyper-real visualization.


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Dumbo/ East River/ Incubator Spring 2010/ Pratt Institute Critic/ Carla Leitao

Design Statement Incubator for Advanced Material Businesses is the ultimate design for this studio. By doing deeply researching on snow-flake, organization and pattern of growing is revealed. By understanding the nature growing process of system, aggregation is tested and attempt to bring main principles of the tesselation to incorporate to system of the Incubator .


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Snowflake Crystal

Morphology

Analysis


Branching


PEARL ST

ADAMS ST

JOH

John St


HN ST

a Images: a. Site Plan b. Model on Site

b

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Artery Cultural Center/ Chinatown Boston, MA Fall 2007/ BAC Critic/ Shonali Rarani

Design Statement: The site is situated at the edge between Chinatown and financial district of Boston. One is intimate scale at Hudson Street, the other side on JFK street is large scale. My concept for the design is respecting the current condtions of the site. My building is concerned to fit the existing constraint relationship. I want to keep traditional and intimate structure at Chinatown side by using brick material and post-beam wood structure, while design a contemporary look on the JFK facade facing Boston financial district by using large scale, modern material such as translucent glass and smooth concrete. The vent was once the most obstructing and odd-looking to the site that now is becoming a part of my building.


Site Subway Vent Shaft Public Plaza Adjencents Buildings


View from Chinatown side

Second Floor Plan ( Performance)

Third Floor Plan (Office)

Forth Floor Plan (Art Loft)

Sections


Performance Space


South East Elevation

North West Elevation


Look over JFK street toward the building ( Financial District Side)


| Fabrication | GENERATIVE COMPONENT CNC MILLING


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Agent Structure Fall 2011/ Pratt Institute Sponsored by Bentley Incorporate Instructor: Robert Cervellione Group project : - Lan Nguyen | Alanna Kleiner | Yasin Ozdemir

ULTIMATE GOAL The premise of the seminar focused on the use of swarm intelligence as way of form finding. Using nature of these complex systems as a way to generate space and structure based on simple rules and logic. Systems borrowed from nature, mathematics, and physics were applied to a design problems and their intelligence embedded

into

the

design

solutions.

Using object oriented programming with parametric design tools we investigated how these emergent systems can feed into the discourse of architecture in order to evaluate new methods of making. The investigations focused on creating full scale pavilions which required the research to explore structure and fabrication methodologies

CONCEPT In this class we worked with methods of limited diffusion aggregation. We wanted to explore the idea of looking inside of an object as a way of experiencing architecture. We created that effect using different scales and types of perforation and play with the idea of density and lightness. We believed using principles of a kaleidoscope may be useful to play with the light captured in an object to create an interesting experience of looking inside of a space that you do not necessarily enter.


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NOKaidoscope We looked at swarm systems in order to create a cluster of points that suggests a semi-enclosed space. The system is hung from the ceiling. The use of avoid and seek points creates the cluster that is represented the start end points of the lines. The lines is created by a single parameter that is to meet the interior angle of a prism. For every point, the script find two more points that suggests an triangle and whenever the angle of a corner of the triangle is between 55-65 degrees the adjacent edges are drawn. With this system we hope to imitate both the characteristic of a kaleidoscope image and also logics of its system.

Swarm Simulation


Ceiling String

Ceiling String

Glass Panel

Glass Panel

55-65

Glass Panel

Overlap avoid radius

55-65

Glass Panel

55-65

Overlap avoid radius

55-65

Section- Diagram Hall

Exhibition Space

Hall

Exhibition Space

Legend

Section- Diagram

Plan

Elevation

Avoid Points Seek Points

55-65 Degree

Point Density High

avoid points seek points

Legend

Plan- Diagram

Seek - Avoid Set Up

Avoid Points Seek Points

Low

Point Density High

Plan- Diagram

DLA | Main Constrain

Low

Gravity Test Kangaroo Simulation Fragile Stage

Anchor Points

Stable Stage


a b

a c

d

d

Drawings a. Renderings b. Plan c. Elevation from outside gallery d. Section page

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Coney Island/ Low Income Housing Fall 2010/ Pratt Institute Critic/ James Garrison

This design studio focuses on the contemporary urban condition. The site is located in Coney Island that deal with the interrelationships between urban form land and building use transportation and environment. The narrow shape of the site and proposed programing for inter-generation , building regulations are the key aspects driving the ultimate design.


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Site Constraint/ Analysis/

The site is situated in a zone which challenge for a housing project. The site is a long narrow strip along main traffic Surf Ave. On the back side of the site is a two level elevated subway which cause a lot noise and vibration. There is amusement part opposite to the site which cause of noise as well. However, the site has its advantage of view to the ocean. The site has short distance to board walk along the beach.

a

b c

Images: a. Site Current Condition b. Sound Diagram c. Vegetation Distribution Diagram


W 8 st

W 12 st

Stillwell Ave

W 15st

W 17st

W 20st

W 19st

W 16st

Mermaid Ave

Surf Ave

Jones Walk

Bowery St

Amusement Park

Ball Park Boardwalk

Noise Polution Noise and Vibration Elevated Subway Subway Station Site

Low to High


Component Typical Unit/ Aggregation/ 2 A105

c2 7' - 0"

Island, duplex apartment is a solution for

DN

b

41' - 0"

level which can rented out while owner still

Entrance

7' - 0"

There are two independent studio on lower

Powder Room

7' - 0"

1 A105

Kitchen

41' - 0"

also allow flexibility in number of occupants.

UP

6' - 0"

maximize the use of square footage and

Corridor

c

13' - 0"

After researching demography of Coney

21' - 0"

Circulation is focused in order to maintain privacy of both owner and tenants. Layout square footage, air ventilation, natural light and view to the beach

Studio 2

Studio 1

a

5' - 0"

is coordinated with limit site width, required

16' - 0"

live on 2 bedrooms apartment on upper level.

a1 14' - 0"

Balcony

14' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0" 28' - 0"

28' - 0"

3

4

3

5

4

Lower Floor

3

4

Upper Floor

a1

5

5

a

c

b

c2

Level 3 18' - 0"

Level 3 18' - 0" Kitchen

Livingroom

Bedroom

Level 2 9' - 0" Powder Room

Level 2 9' - 0" Studio

Bathroom

Corridor

Level 1 0' - 0" 9' - 6"

9' - 8" 14' - 0"

14' - 0"

Section 1-1

a

b

7' - 0"

6' - 0"

7' - 0"

41' - 0"

28' - 0"

Images: a. Typical Housing Unit b. Aggregation of Units

Level 1 0' - 0" 21' - 0"

Section 2-2


UP

7' - 0"

UP Corridor

Entrance

UP

Powder Room

Storage

Powder Room

UP

UP

Powder Room

Entrance

Gabage

UP

Powder Room

Powder Room

7' - 0"

UP Shaft

Shaft

16' - 0"

b

36' - 0"

6' - 0"

c

a Balcony

Balcony

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Lower Floor Plan DN

DN Bedroom 1

DN

c Powder Room

DN

Powder Room

DN

DN

DN

b

a Balcony

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Balcony

3

4

Balcony

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Balcony

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Balcony

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Upper Floor Plan


below left above left below

Drawings GROUND LEVEL | AMENITIES LEVEL | CORE COLLECTION LEVEL | HOUSING LEVEL SECTION FACADE ON SURF AVE

Changing room

Food Storage Courtyard garden

Communal Kitchen Courtyard garden Classroom

Gymnasty

HousingEntrance HousingEntrance

Dining Space Screening Room

Cafeteria

Balcony Balcony

Balcony

Bridge

Services Art studio Garden

Garden

Woodshop

Educational Center Garden


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Community Rowing Boat House Backbay | Boston| Massachusetts Spring 2007/ BAC Critic/ Kate Schulte Design Statement: The site is located in a place of historic preservation in the Back Bay area along the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts. The building site connects the city to the river. The studio assignment utilizes it a Community Rowing Boat House facility to attempt a connection from the Back Bay to the water’s edge of the river. My design strategy connects the site with the current Back bay housing, making the site a part of the whole city planing. The proposed design for the Boat house bridges over Storrow Drive connecting the building to the city.

Grid of street level (residential area) Highway River bank ( located the boat house) Charles river Paths Connection points to city


Site Improvements

The site location of the boat house is at the far point corner of the river bank. This location reduces the obstructing view for residential area looking toward the river. Also, boats can easily gain access to the boat house

Solutions For Current Site: The residential area is connected with the river bank by relocating the Storrow Drive to an underground condition. The design seek to bring back nature and the beautiful shoreline of the Charles river as it used to be before the interruption of the highway. Storrow Drive could not be eliminated because it serve as a major transportation vehicular access to the city of Boston. A wide bridge is suspended on top and over the highway. A series of light-well and openings are created to reconnect the highway to the Charles river scene. After the site has been transformed this way, more people will be able to access the river bank.


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d

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d

Images: a. Symbolic Form Diagram b. Site Plan c. Plans d.Renderings


A

B

B

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Soho / Art Performance Pavilion Fall 2009/ Pratt Institute Critic/ Peter Macapia

Re-defining shapes, connections and aggregation systems between structure and membranes is a mission of this studio. Following bottom - up method, new forms and space is revealed at a certain emergent moment. Eventually, organization and programing started incorporating

with

the

aggregation

system to create the relationship between a part and the whole


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UNIT Typical Unit/ Variation/ Connection/

Nest List[Round[Last[#]/Cos[Pi/90]] ->First [#]/50 & / @ # &, {95->96, 96->97, 97->98, 98 ->99, 99 ->100, 100 ->1, 1->2, 2->3, 3->4 ... ...89 ->90, 90 ->91, 91->92, 92-

Scripting

Folding - Connection

Variation


Connection

Aggregation


Recursive Scripting


Aggregation


Images: Digital Model | Physical Model


Renderings: Model On Site | View Inside Pavilion


Media | Digital Representation | MAYA - RHINO- 3D STUDIO MAX - REVIT


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3D - STUDIO MAX

Instructor : Jason Vigneri Beane


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Images: Vector rendering | 3D print


MAYA

Instructor : Christopher Whitelaw


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REVIT

Instructor : Ben Martinson

6 A-01 1

2

3

72' - 6" 2' - 0"

56' - 0" 2' - 0"

40' - 0"

UP

EQ

5

2' - 0"

2' - 3 19/32"

EQ 1' - 8 13/32"

28' - 6"

4


8 A-01

Level 9 96' - 0"

Level 8 84' - 0"

Level 7 72' - 0"

Level 9 96' - 0"

8

Callout of Detail 1" = 1'-0"


Model Makking

Structural and Lighting Studies

Crown Hall - Illinois Institute of Technology Design by Mies Van der Rohe


Gropius House - Lincoln - Massachusetts Design by Walter Gropius


Hand Sketching

Pencil - Charcoal- Ink


WORKING EXPERIENCE PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE | IAN.F.TABERNER AIA ZERO ENERGY COMPANY | BOSTON | MA


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Professional Experience Prof. Ian F. Taberner AIA Taheri Residence, Olcott, NewYork When I was at BAC, I had chance to work under Prof. Ian. F . Taberner AIA on his residential project in upstate New York. By discussing architectural style, housing prototype and culture aspects, we came up with a proposal for a housing. I took responsibility on idea assistant, technique drawings, modeling and renderings of the design.

Design Statement :

A weekend retreat for a couple and their two children designed to replace an existing one story 1920’s cottage. The

Taheri Residence is based on an abstraction of the 18th and 19th century precedent of the “Telescope House”– a regional building typology often found on the eastern maritime shore. The building design was to be of low maintenance in terms of infrastructure and natural landscape. The new house is located about 30 miles north of Buffalo, New York and is sited on a narrow plot of land 30’ wide x 120’ long with the North and South orientations along the narrow side. To the North lies Lake Ontario and on a clear day the skyline of Toronto can be seen 32 miles across the lake. During the months of June and July the sun rises and sets over the Lake Ontario.

Context

Diagram


Site Plan

First Floor Plan

Second Floor Plan

Study Model


AYER HOUSE Zero Energy Company, Boston, MA 2007

I got involved this residential housing project when I was working at Zero Energy Company from Boston. I worked under supervisor and had responsibility to produce technique drawings, 3D modeling of exterior and interior by using Revit and renderings in 3D studio Max. While working with drawings from schematic design to design development, I gained my knowledge in built environment, communication with client, and material specification


11' - 0"

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Bathroom

Master Suite

FIRST FLOOR: SECOND FLOOR: GARAGE: BACK PORCH:

H

20' 6" x 13' 7 1/2"

20' 7 1/2" x 14' 7 1/2

Pantry

21' - 6"

Closet

3039 SQ FT. 1700 SQ FT. 1164 SQ FT. 730 SQ FT.

10' 3" x 8' 3"

TV Room

11' 7 1/2" x 6' 7 1/2"

11' 1" x 8" 0"

34' - 6"

TIE LINE

Toilet

3' 0" x 8' 6"

Mud room

UP

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108.10' N03°23'27''E

13' - 0"

Closet

12' 7 1/2" x 6' 7 1/2"

Laundry

8' 5 1/4" x 11' 2 2/3"

Dining

10' 7 1/2" x 15' 7 1/2"

Study

12' 7 1/2" x 6' 0"

E

10' 7 1/2" x 7' 6 3/4"

Office

F

Mech Space

12' 7 1/2" x 13'

Garage

DN

3' 6 3/4" x 8' 1 1/2"

20' 9 3/4 " x 27' 0"

20' - 10" 15' - 0"

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Project number Date

Project Number 10.17.2007

Drawn by Checked by

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Author

A100a Scale 1" = 40'-0"

Independence Energy Homes www.ZeroEnergy.com

UP

FIRST FLOOR

NEIL & CAROLE AYER AYER RESIDENCE

Project number Date

Project Number 10.17.2007

Drawn by Checked by

Checker

A101

Author

Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

10/17/2007 8:57:31 AM

8.70'

200.56' N00°18'55''E

LOT 9

N80°03'28"E 6.85'

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AYER RESIDENCE

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6' 7 1/2" x 4'

Site Plan

NEIL & CAROLE AYER

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Meditation

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www.ZeroEnergy.com

67,205 SFN80°03'28"E

TP 10

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Independence Energy Homes

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CONDUIT TO BE EXTENDED TO POOL HOUSE AND TENNIS COURTS

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21.75'

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SEE NOTE#12

TP 204

88' - 0"

35' - 11"

UP

Sewing Room

Exercise room

Mech Space

Eden's Lounge

15' 6" x 12' 3"

3' 6 3/4" x 8' 1 1/2"

15' 6" x 20' 7"

Garage

DN

20' 9 3/4" x 27' 0"

Kayak storage

5' - 0"

8' 7 1/2" x 8'

8' - 0" 9' 7 1/2" x 8'

DN

Eden's room

DN

Closet

15' 1 1/2" x 16' 3"

44' - 0"

Bathroom UP

Closet

6' 6 1/2" x 13' 2"

3' 6" x 8'

Guest room 10' 1 1/2" x 13' 0"

Storage

10' 7 1/2" x 13' 5"

Bathroom

10' 2 1/2" x 13' 2"

Shed

Music room

21' 8 1/4" x 7' 6"

21' 8 1/4" x 15' 7 1/2"

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AYER RESIDENCE

NEIL & CAROLE AYER AYER RESIDENCE

SECOND FLOOR Project number Date

Project Number 10.17.2007

Drawn by Checked by

Checker

Author

A102 Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

North Elev Project number Date

Project Number 10.30.2007

Drawn by Checked by

Author Checker

A100c Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

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NEIL & CAROLE AYER AYER RESIDENCE

NEIL & CAROLE AYER AYER RESIDENCE

GARAGE STRUCTURE Project number Date

Project Number 10.17.2007

Drawn by Checked by

Checker

Author

A103 Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

South Elevation Project number Date

Project Number 10.30.2007

Drawn by Checked by

Checker

Author

A100b Scale 1/8" = 1'-0"

10/17/2007 8:58:27 AM

NEIL & CAROLE AYER

10/30/2007 12:26:49 PM

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10/17/2007 8:58:05 AM

28' - 0"


SHUMWAY HOUSE Zero Energy Company, Boston, MA 2008

I worked under license architect. In this project, I followed from beginning until construction documents. I produced all drawings from schematic to details level based on discussion with supervisor . The design is influenced of Mediterranean style based on many conferences discussion with client about design alternative, local climate as well as financial budget. I learned in advance in how to handle a design project from start to end


41

4' - 4"

3' - 9 3/4"

3' - 8" 3' - 8" 118

7' - 9"

8' - 0"

4' - 0"

9' - 1 1/8" 58

STUDY

A9-12

5

18' - 5 1/4"

7' - 4 1/2"

14' - 6"

DINING ROOM

4

57

5

12' - 0"

2 75

7

5' - 0"

2 5

A9-09

Date

56

PANTRY

3

BATHROOM 2

124

Description

1' - 9"

59

4' - 4"

3' - 9 3/4"

59

3' - 8"

1

8' - 5 1/4"

9' - 1 1/8"

3' - 8 1/4"

3' - 8 1/4" CASE WORK

4" MIN STEP

2' - 5"

14' - 0"

12' - 0"

3

8

Professional Engineer:

56

A9-03

4

1

58

4' - 0"

7' - 0"

122 2' - 8 3/4"

16' - 0"

16' - 7 1/2" 4' - 10 1/2"

No. 7' - 4 1/2"

59

58

4

EQ

59

A9-10

12' - 0"

2

A2-00

A9-11

4

6' - 3"

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24' - 0"

11' - 6"

4' - 0"

10' - 7 1/2"

10' - 11 1/4"

1' - 6"

4

15' - 1 1/4"

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway

9' - 4 1/2"

10 1

106

106

Scale

1

A9-06

2

12' - 7 3/4"

3 5' - 10 1/2"

101

2

Residence for:

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

ACCESS PANEL FOR BATHTUB

Scott & Jan Shumway Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

First Floor Plan

55

102

6' - 4 1/4"

Garage Plan 1030

Project number

080415 1/4" = 1'-0"

Date 106

2

1

CD Level1 1/4" = 1'-0"

4' - 0"

CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, SEE ELEVATIONS

A4-02

36

36

7' - 7 7/8"

5' - 6 5/8"

CD Garage 1/4" = 1'-0"

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BATHROOM 1 - 6"

HEATED BENCH

1030 080415 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

E 55

3

12' - 7 3/4"

4' - 3" 106

4' - 3 3/4"

12' - 0"

Site Plan

12 RECESSED CEILING

7' - 6"

36

2'

Project number Date

3' - 0"

6' - 3"

Driveway

T

9

3' - 8 1/4"

96.5

MASTER BEDROOM

6

6' - 0"

OFFICE

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

100

3' - 2 1/2"

8' - 3"

2' - 3"

AREA CALCULATION FIRST FLOOR: 2790 SF SECOND FLOOR: 940 SF GARAGE: 959 SF PATIO: 560 SF

1' - 8"

246.31' 145.49'

11

A9-06

T

MASTER CLOSET

T 1' - 6" 2' - 0"

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"W '21 52 ' 5째 .25 S4 39

Site Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

A4-01

1' - 6" 1' - 6"

5

T

100.6

8' - 9"

98.4

100.82'

16' - 0"

7' - 6"

S76째32'10"W FD 1/2" Rebar

99.6

1

59

16' - 0" 4' - 0"

2x6 PARTITION

122' - 6"

95.7

119

7' - 2 1/4"

74

98.7 124.29 06

99.6

12' - 0"

TBM 96.98 F/H

27.3 4'

1/2" Rebar

4

41

33.665 9

34' - 1"

94.7

1

A9-09

3

7' - 2"

13

41

2

8

8' - 0"

2

41

MOP SINK

UTILITY ROOM

3' - 8"

SLOPE 1/4" PER FOOT

4' - 7"

Professional Engineer:

22' - 0"

A4-01

FOYER

121

1 A5-02

98.8

A9-03 6

24' - 0"

SLOPE 1/4" PER FOOT

4' - 7"

41 104

16' - 0"

13' - 9" 5 WALL MOUNT CENTRAL VAC

GARAGE

4' - 0"

40' - 9"

WATER PURIFICATION SYSTEM

G

7' - 3" 1

2' - 4"

14' - 0"

4' - 0" 94

A4-02 CASE WORK D W

41

4' - 0"

2' - 5"

17' - 8 1/4"

D

40' - 0"

41 MECHANICAL ROOM

54' - 6"

2

UP

7' - 6 3/4"

7' - 0"

Date

2' - 5"

2' - 0"

Description

Professional Engineer:

20.859 8

36

5' - 11 1/4"

A9-04

41' - 6"

10' - 9"

36

124

No.

41

20' - 6"

8' - 0" 36

5

93

A7-01

8' - 0" 36

REF

4' - 7"

A9-10

6

2

13' - 6" 40' - 6"

12' - 0" 94

1

A9-05

2

1' - 9"

4' - 0"

120

6

1

1

CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWS

4' - 4"

1

KITCHEN

2

7 20' - 0"

56 4

A9-03

3

122

3 A9-10

4

Egress compliant window & hardware: Minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square FT (24"Hx20"W MIN); 44" Max. Distance BETWEEN.FINISH. floor and top of sill.

E

5. Tube Form Skylight with built in CFL fixture.

16' - 0"

7' - 7 3/4"

2' - 4"

2' - 8 3/4" 2' - 5"

57

2 5

8

LIVING ROOM

2 A5-01

98.6

5

74

7

41

T

EQ

81' - 7"

Date

DINING ROOM

4

1

Protruding wall 10 ' above ground

99.8 81.510 4

93.14'

12' - 6"

10' - 6"

1.All exterior dimensions taken to out side of framing 2.All interior dimesions taken to center line of partition 3.Provide formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation for interior partitions.

E 4. Egress compliant window & hardware: Minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square FT (24"Hx20"W MIN); 44" Max. Distance between finished floor and top of sill.

56

PANTRY

7 A9-09

Drawing Notes:

1. Exterior dimensions taken to out side of framing 2. Interior dimesions taken to center line of 4 1/2" partition, or to face of 1/2" GWB. 3. Provide formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation for interior partitions.

1' - 9"

59

18' - 5 1/4"

20' - 0"

2' - 5"

14' - 0"

75 5' - 0"

100

47' - 6"

47.844 6

99.4

93.1

Description

9' - 1 1/8" 58

59

3

124

4' - 7"

PAD

98.5

N4째04'44"W

No.

9' - 1 1/8"

3' - 8 1/4"

7' - 4 1/2"

14' - 6"

41 6' - 0"

7' - 4 1/2"

1

2

8' - 5 1/4"

58

59

5' - 9"

1 A5-01

59

58

STUDY

BATHROOM 2

4" MIN STEP

4' - 0"

7' - 0"

N

102.43 08

1' - 9"

CECIL CIRCLE

7' - 3"

59

A9-12

5

A7-01

99.7

1

7' - 2 1/4"

3' - 8 1/4"

1

41

99.4

102' - 0"

Electric Box

41

MOP SINK

UTILITY ROOM

20' - 0"

13

12' - 0"

4' - 7"

218.44'

GARAGE

6

7' - 2"

41

SLOPE 1/4" PER FOOT

SLOPE 1/4" PER FOOT

4' - 7"

AREA OF FIRST FLOOR = 8,925 SF

S79째44'09"W

D

W

13' - 9" 5 A9-03

2x6 PARTITION

4' - 0"

COUNTER TOP

2' - 5"

LOT AREA: 25,505 SF IF D20 ZONING: MAX. BLDG. COVERAGE = 6,375 SF MAX. IMPERVIOUS COVERAGE = 8,925 SF

Drawing Notes:

A4-02 54' - 6" 40' - 9"

41

7' - 7 3/4"

A2-02

1' - 8 3/4"1' - 10"

Drawing Notes:

AREA OF DIMENSIONED "PAD" = 9,085 SF

59 3' - 8 1/4"

4' - 6 1/2"

58 2' - 8"

59 2' - 8"

Scale

4' - 6 1/2"

A2-01

32' - 0"

Scale

A2-02

080415 1/4" = 1'-0"

Drawing Notes:

Drawing Notes:

Drawing Notes:

1030

Project number Date

E Egress compliant window & hardware: Minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square FT (24"Hx20"W MIN); 44" Max. Distance BTWN.FIN. Floor and top of sill.

1. Exterior dimensions taken to out side of framing 2. Interior dimesions taken to center line of 4 1/2" partition, or to face of 1/2" GWB. 3. Provide formaldehyde-free fiber glass insulation for interior partitions. E 4. Egress compliant window & hardware: Minimum net clear opening of 5.7 square FT (24"Hx20"W MIN); 44" Max. Distance BETWEEN.FINISH. floor and top of sill. T 5. Tube Form Skylight with built in CFL fixture. CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWS 10' - 6 1/4"

40' - 0"

41

40' - 0"

1' - 0"

36

36

55

41

94

119

1' - 0"

94

56

120

57

56

4:12

4:12

4:12

No.

1' - 0"

4:12

4:12

Description

Level 1 0' - 0"

Date

No.

Description

Date

E 41 10' - 0 13/32"

2:12

41 5' - 5 1/4"

4' - 3"

6:12 1' - 0" 4:12

2' - 8"

1 6"

East 1/4" = 1'-0"

0' - 6 7/8"

20' - 6" Professional Engineer:

Professional Engineer:

CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWSROOF DECK 1

36

1

20' - 0"

19' - 9 3/4"

23' - 2 1/4"

19' - 1 1/2"

55

4: 12

19

73

36

CASEMENTS WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWS 29' - 4 1/2"

OPEN TO BELOW 36

4:12

E

Date

47' - 6"

Description

Professional Engineer:

1

1' - 0"

1' - 0" 6:12

No.

12' - 1"

9' - 7 27/32"

36

41

15

T

BATHROOM 4

7

14

123

1

1' - 0"

8' - 0"

5' - 8 1/4"

5' - 0"

122

T

6

2nd Floor Hallway

23' - 7 1/4"

5

8' - 0 3/4"

CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWS

Level 2 11' - 2"

93

6"

BEDROOM 4

8 A9-11

5

1' - 0"

4' - 8 1/4"

4 A9-07

DN

41

1 A8-02

4:12

0' - 6 27/32"

73

CASE WORK

1

A9-08

2

4

75

18

73

102

4:12

0' - 5 1/4"

5' - 4 1/2"

20

1' - 0"

13' - 4 1/4" 3

2

BEDROOM 3

75

E

5' - 4 1/2"

CLOSET 4

81' - 7"

13' - 8 1/4"

6' - 8 1/2"

A9-07

3

36

102' - 0"

106

36

3' - 7 3/4"

16' - 0"

13' - 9 3/4"

5' - 7 1/2"

21

36

3' - 6 3/4" 36

1

6' - 1 1/2"

4' - 2 1/4"

T

CLOSET 3

41

1

E 13' - 6"

SHELVING

5

BEDROOM 2 16

5' - 9 1/2" 41

75

3' - 3 1/4"

A9-08

6

7' - 2 1/4"

1

3

102

10' - 9 3/4"

11' - 2 1/4"

41

2 A9-12

4

75 7

4' - 4 1/2"

5' - 0"

5' - 8 1/4"

17 12' - 3 3/4"

36

CASEMENT WINDOWS ABOVE, HEADER HEIGHT MATCHED TO OTHER WINDOWS

A4-02

BATHROOM 3

102

0' - 0"

106

22 5' - 8 1/4"

4' - 2 1/4"

7' - 5 3/4"

CLOSET 2

1 A8-02

58' - 0"

17' - 4 1/2"

1' - 0"

28' - 7 1/2"

36

36

34' - 1"

4:12

4' - 3 1/4"

4:12

4' - 3 3/4"

41

6' - 8"

41

6' - 8"

41

6' - 8"

41

4:12 1' - 0"

4' - 3 3/4"

41 E

1' - 0"

28' - 7 1/2"

36

36

36

41

41

41

1' - 0"

4:12

1

A4-01

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1

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway

Roof Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

41

41

106

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106

41 121

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Second Floor Plan

CD Level 2 1/4" = 1'-0"

106

41 Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

1

Level 2 11' - 2"

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122' - 6"

Roof Plan

1030

Project number Date Scale

A2-03

Date Scale

A2-04

1030

Project number

080415 1/8" = 1'-0"

Date

2

Scale

West 1/4" = 1'-0"

A4-01

Drawing Notes:

Drawing Notes:

Building ElevationEast & West

1030

Project number

080415 1/4" = 1'-0"

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Level 1 0' - 0"

080415 1/4" = 1'-0"

Drawing Notes:

ROOFING TILE

1. Wait 28 days before painting stucco, or use a litmus paper test to verify a neutral PH of 7 before painting

ROSIN PAPER SLIP SURFACE OVER FULLY-ADHERED MEMBRANE WATERPROOFING (e.g. ICE & WATER SHIELD) GARRAGE

UTILITY ROOM

Bathroom 2

STUDY

PANTRY

ROOF SHEATHING

DINING ROOM

CATHEDRALIZED ICYNENE INSULATION R-30 MINIMUM

5/8" SHEATHING W/ H CLIPS @ JOINTS DRIP EDGE SEALED TO ROOF MEMBRANE LIVING ROOM

ROOF FACIA & SOFFIT MATERIAL AS SPECIFIED 36

36

DOUBLE 2x6 TOP PLATE

41 73

R-19 BATT INSULATION, MIN. 1/2" GYPSUM w/ PLASTER FINISH

2x6 BLOCKING BETWEEN RAFTERS

LIVING ROOM

UNFINISHED CONCRETE 965 SF

36 75

RADIANT SYSTEM INSTALLED PER MFG'S INSTRUCTIONS

UP

4 A6-02

FINISHED FLOOR AS SPECIFIED Bedroom 3

Roof Deck

3_ " T & G SHEATHING 4 STRUCTURE AS SPECIFIED BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

Level 2 11' - 2" FOYER STAINED & POLISHED CONCRETE 2584.85 SF

No.

41 101

Description

No.

Date

Description

No.

Date

Description

Date

INSULATE BETWEEN FLOOR JOISTS

Study

Master Bedroom

100

119 OFFICE MASTER CLOSET MASTER BEDROOM CERAMIC TILE 168.29 SF

1

Section1 1/4" = 1'-0"

ACRYLIC LATEX PAINT (NOT ELASTOMETRIC)

BATHROOM 1

BUILDING PAPER INSTALLED PAPER INSTALLED OVER FELT DRAINAGE PLANE TO ACT AS BOND BREAK, OR USE CORRGATED BUILDING PAPER SUCH AS STUCCO WRAP

36

SIM. DTL. W/ HANDRAIL @ 36" A.F.F. WATER PROOF HANDRAIL CONNECTION

3 A6-02

123

NICHE; SIZED TO MATCH WINDOWS

41

2 A7-01

10' - 0"

RECESSED WALL

59

58

BATHROOM 4

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ICYNENE CAVITY INSULATION

2" XPS RIGID INSULATION EXTENDS 4' HORIZONTALLY AROUND PERIMITER; MIN. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 40 PSI POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER

2 A6-02

GYPSUM BOARD WITH PLASTER FINISH

OPEN TO BELOW

INTERIOR

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ROOF DECK

120

Scott & Jan Shumway

118

GRADE SLOPES AWAY FROM WALL @ MIN. 5% (6 IN./ 10 FT.)

Material Finished Plan

Building Sections

1 COMPOSITE WOOD 332.06 SF

A5-01

080415 1/4" = 1'-0"

Date

1

STUD WALL

GARAGE 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Material Takeoffs 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

Scale

Level 2 Finish Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

1030

Date

A9-02

Scale

080415 As indicated

A6-01

Drawing Notes:

080415 As indicated

Drawing Notes:

Drawing Notes:

METAL CAP

1.ONE VENT REQUIRED FOR EACH SECTION OF THE FOUNDATION

SCUPPER

VENT THROUGH ROOF

Residence for:

WALL & ROOF SECTION

LIVING SPACE

GARAGE 2

Scott & Jan Shumway Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

ICYNENE INSULATION

RIGID INSULATION AS BOND BREAK

WALL & ROOF SECTION 1" = 1'-0"

1030

Project number

Scale

(2) LAYERS 1_2" GYPSUM BOARD w/LATEX PAINT, TYP

Project number

1030

Project number Date

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SEALANT, ADHESIVE OR GASKET

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Section 2 1/4" = 1'-0"

1_ " GYPSUM BOARD w/LATEX PAINT, TYP 2 1x3 STRAPPING @ 16" O/C

5/8" TYPE "X" GYPSUM BOARD w/LATEX PAINT

GRANULAR CAPILLARY BREAK AND DRAINAGE PAD (NO FINES)

Scott & Jan Shumway

Residence for:

Living Room

FLOOR TRUSS

ICYNENE INSULATION R-30 MIN

WOOD LAMINATE 589.95 SF Residence for:

122

Level 1 0' - 0"

2

CONCRETE SLAB

2x6 STUD @ 24" O.C.

BEDROOM 4

DN

Level 2 11' - 2"

SOLID BLOCKING BETWEEN TRUSSES

FINISH FLOOR AS SPECIFIED

PLYWOOD SHEATHING

BEDROOM 3 BEDROOM 2

41

Roof Deck

SEALANT OR ADHESIVE AROUND ALL FOUR EDGES 3/4" T&G SHEATHING

#30 ASPHALT IMPREGNATED FELT OR TYPE D COATED BUILDING PAPER INSTALLED SHINGLE FASHION ACTING AS A DRAINAGE PLANE

BATHROOM 3

106.98 SF; 18 HARDWOOD TREADS AND LANDING, RISERS IN TALAVERA TILE

36

NICHE; SIZED TO MATCH WINDOWS

Professional Engineer:

METAL LATH

Level 1 Finish Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

SALTILLO TILE 684.99 SF

NICHE; SIZED TO MATCH WINDOWS

RADIANT SYSTEM INSTALLED PER MFG'S INSTRUCTIONS 1X3 STRAPPING

POLYMER MODIFIED (PM) OR TRADITIONAL CEMENT STUCCO Professional Engineer:

Professional Engineer:

2

R-19 BATT INSULATION, MIN. 1/2" GYPSUM w/ PLASTER FINISH

EXTERIOR

Level 1 0' - 0"

MEMBRANE ROOF WRAPED UP PARAPET

3

3

3

3

5' - 6 5/8"

5' - 6 5/8"

COPING WEDGE PEEL & STICK MEMBRANE ROOF

SEALANT AT ALL SLAB PENETRATIONS

36

106

104 FIXED MIRROR Shelving

3' - 0"

M

POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER GRANULAR CAPILLARY BREAK & DRAINAGE PAD, NO FINES

8' - 0"

CONCRETE SLAB

8' - 0"

VENT STACK PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE ADDED TO "T" TO COUPLE SUB-SLAB PRESSURE FIELD TO VENT STACK

36

TAPERED INSULATION SLOPE MIN. 1_4"/FT MIN TO SCUPPER STRUCTURAL DECK W/ ICNENE INSULATION

101 1' - 6"

OV TILED SHOWER WALLS AND TUB ALCOVE UP TO WINDOW SILL

KNEE ROOM FOR COUNTER

DW WD

SHOWER PAN

0' - 4 1/2"

7' - 0"

1' - 3"

3' - 3"

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

2' - 6"

SLOTS FOR BAKING SHEETS

FLAT ROOF DETAIL @ PARAPET 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

1

1x4 DECKING PT WOOD SLEEPER

1

Kitchen - South 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

Kitchen - East 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

No. No.

Description

Description

Bathroom 1 - North 1/2" = 1'-0"

2

Bathroom 1 - South 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

Bathroom 1 - East 1/2" = 1'-0" No.

Date

Date

Description

Date

GLASS SHOWER DOOR

MEMBRANE 'PROTECTION LAYER' HOT-AIR WELDED IN-PLACE EXTEND 3" BEYOND SLEEPER IN ALL DIRECTIONS

RADON VENTING DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

TILED TUB SURROUND

1' - 0"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

1' - 7" TILED WALL BTWN. BATHROOM & SHOWER

PT WOOD NAILER, 1" WIDER THAN SLEEPER

FIXED MIRROR

PEEL & STICK MEMBRANE ROOF

FIXED GLASS WINDOW BTWN. BATHROOM & SHOWER

122 CASED OPENING TO DINING ROOM

CASED OPENING TO LIVINGROOM

ROLLING DOOR

Professional Engineer:

SHELVING Professional Engineer: 8' - 0"

Professional Engineer:

WALL-MOUNT FAUCET VESSELL SINK

1' - 0"

2' - 10"

STRUCTURAL DECK W/ ICYNENE INSULATION

3

Kitchen - North 1/2" = 1'-0"

4

MEMBRANE BRIDGE FLASHING (WATERPROOF SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE) BUILDING PAPER (DRAINAGE PLANE) INSTALLED SHINGLE LAP FASHION OVER CONTROL JOINT FLASHING CONTROL JOINT (WEEP SCREED) STUCCO OVER FOUNDATION RIGID INSULATION AS BOND BREAK 2

FOUNDATION DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

CONCRETE SLAB 2" XPS RIGID INSULATION EXTENDS 4' HORIZONTALLY AROUND PERIMITER; MIN. COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH OF 40 PSI

117

Design Firm: Independence Energy Homes 348 Medford St, Ste 1 Charlestown, MA 02138 T. 617-720-5002 F. 866-201-3856 www.ZeroEnergy.com

94

4

ROLLING DOOR

1030

Date Scale

A6-02

6

Bathroom 4 - West 1/2" = 1'-0"

CASED OPENING TO LIVINGROOM

FIXED MIRROR

WALL-MOUNT FAUCET

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway

VESSELL SINK

Interior Elevations Kitchen

Foundation & Roof Details Project number

5

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

GRANULAR CAPILLARY BREAK AND DRAINAGE PAD (NO FINES)

Bathroom 1 - West 1/2" = 1'-0"

Design Firm: Independence Energy Homes 348 Medford St, Ste 1 Charlestown, MA 02138 T. 617-720-5002 F. 866-201-3856 www.ZeroEnergy.com

94

Scott & Jan Shumway

POLYETHYLENE VAPOR BARRIER

080415 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

5

Kitchen East 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

1' - 4"

2' - 11 1/2"

Kitchen - West 1/2" = 1'-0"

93

120

Residence for:

CUSTOM MILLWORK

Bathroom 4 - East 1/2" = 1'-0"

117

0' - 4 3/32"

GRADE SLOPES AWAY FROM WALL @ MIN 5% (6 IN./ 10 FT.)

117

6

Kitchen West 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

7' - 6" 4' - 0"

1030

Project number Date Scale

A9-10

080415 1/2" = 1'-0"

7

Bathroom 4 - South 1/2" = 1'-0"

8

Bathroom 4 - North 1/2" = 1'-0"

0' - 2"

ROOF DECK DETAIL 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

GASKET OR SEALANT ON TOP PLATE AND BOTTOM PLATE INTERIOR PROVECTIVE MEMBRANE

1' - 8"

1' - 4"

4

CABINET

UNDERMOUNT WHIRLPOOL BATHTUB

0' - 2"

TILE FINISH

TAPERED INSULATION SLOPE MIN. 1_4" /FT TO SCUPPER

2' - 0"

CUSTOM MILLWORK PROVIDE RECESSED SUPPORTS AS REQ.

Design Firm: Independence Energy Homes 348 Medford St, Ste 1 Charlestown, MA 02138 T. 617-720-5002 F. 866-201-3856 www.ZeroEnergy.com

Residence for:

Scott & Jan Shumway Cecil Circle Globe, AZ 85501

Interior Elevations Bathrooms 1030

Project number Date Scale

A9-11

080415 1/2" = 1'-0"


Lan D. Nguyen 15 Douglass St, Apartment # 4, Brooklyn, New York 11231 Cell phone : 857-544-5267

email : lnguyen2@pratt.edu

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Professor Ian F. Taberner AIA Taheri Residence, Olcott, NewYork, mhKT Residence, Olcott, NewYork, Gobien Residence, Ontanio, Canada Schematic and Design Development Drawings, Day Light Studies

SKILLS May 2008 - May 2009

Independence Energy Homes- Boston - MA - www. Zeroenergy.com Sept 2007 - April 2008 Shumway House - South Western Sunset - Globe- Arizona Ayer House - Maine - Massachusetts Schematic Design, Construction Documents and Design Development Drawings C2|Studio - Boston - MA - www.c2-studio.com Hawkin House - Boston - MA Rendering Drawings, Construction Documents

March 2007 - June 2007

West Lake Company - Hanoi-Vietnam Nov 2004 - June 2005 Housing projects Schematic Design, Construction Documents and Design Development Drawings

2D | 3D

Text | Image

Rhinoceros Maya Auto Cad 3D Studio Max Revit Sketch Up

Adobe Illustrator Adobe In-Design Adobe Photoshop Adobe Acrobat Microsoft Office

Parametric | Scripting

Video | Web

Generative Component Grasshopper Mel Scripting

Adobe After Effect Final Cut Pro Dreamwaver

Model | 3D print

Language

Rhino Cam Zprint Magics

Vietnamese English

EDUCATION Pratt Institute Master of Architecture

2009 - 2012

Boston Architectural College Candidate for Master of Architecture

2006- 2009

Hanoi University of Civil Engineering Bachelor of Architecture

1999-2004

Exhibition Agent Structure - Group project - Pratt Gallery Sponsored by Bentley Corporation

REFERENCES Spring 2012 Ian F.Taberner AIA

716-523-0842


All works Š Lan Nguyen 2012


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