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Summary Vibrant young designer eager to gain experience while developing own unique design style. Seeking an internship or entry level position in order to strengthen and expand my skill set. Artistically driven to make a positive impact with the talents that I have to offer.

Leanna Femia 2109 Wantagh Park Drive, Wantagh NY 11793 (516)655-3186

leannafe@ buffalo.edu in

www.linkedin.com /in/leanna-femiaa29676155/

Interests Sketching Painting Travel Photography

Experience Intern Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology - Buffalo, NY February 2018 to Present Assistant teacher for the youth art program. Designed lesson plans, skill building workshops. Curated student work for exhibitions and display. 2017-04 - present Supervisor University at Buffalo Information Technology Public Sites Interviewed new consultants -Trained new Supervisors in the customer service area of IT -Provided customer service to students with printing and computing issues 2015-10 - 2017-12 Tour Guide University at Buffalo Department of Architecture and Planning Lead tours of University at Buffalo's South Campus Provide information on the school architecture to prospect students and families Education

On supervisor Team responsible for 60 consultants

Team Work

Four years of cooperative design work

Model Making Hand Drafting Sketching Software Adobe Illustrator-

Expert- Proficient in board layout- Poster Design

Adobe Photoshop-

Advanced-Photo editing, Visual Rendering

AutoCad-

Above Average -Technical drawings

Microsoft OfficeExpert

Rhinoceros 3DAdvanced

Adobe IndesignProficient

2014-09 -2018-05 University at Buffalo Architecture Major, Studio Art Minor Bachelor in Science of Architecture May 2018

Grasshopper for Rhinoceros 3D-

2017-05 - 2017-08 Monteverde Institute-Costa Rica Construction documents-Design Build

Languages English-Native Spanish (communicative in writing and speaking)-intermediate

Overall GPA: 3.1 Arch GPA: 3.2

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ProJects 1. Foundation for Perimeter wall 36-inch-wide x 12-inch-deep continuous site cast concrete strip footing with 3 #5 horizontal reinforcement bars 2. External Wall Below Grade Outer Double Wythe 8x16x 12 inch CMU with #5 vertical reinforcement and 48 inches OC inner layer, and horizontal joint reinforcement @ 8 inches OC. 3. External Wall Ground Level 8x16x12 inch CMU inner Wythe with 3- #5 vertical reinforcement Bars at corners, openings 48 inches OC openings horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inches OC, Thru-wall flashing of base of cavity with weep hole 32 inches OC 2-inch rigid insulation 2-inch air space 8x8x4 CMU outer Wythe with weep hole 32 inches OC 4. External Wall First and Second Floor 8x16x8 CMU inner Wythe with 3 #5 vertical Reinforcement bars at corners, openings and 48 inches OC 6 inch grouted solid and horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inches OC Vapor Barrier 2-inch rigid insulation 2-inch air void space 8x8x4 CMU outer Wythe 5. External Glass Block at Kitchen 8x 8x 4 glass block wall with horizontal reinforcement 6. First and Second Floor Lintels 8x16x16 inch concrete lintel 7. Ground Floor 4-inch sand Vapor Barrier 4-inch site cast concrete slab on grade with mesh reinforcement 8. Kitchen 2x10 Lumber joists at 16” OC ¾”

Plywood Subfloor

¾” Mortar backer board with ceramic titleceiling joist 9. Living Room Floor 2x10 joists at 16” OC ¾”

Plywood Subfloor

¾” inch wood strop finish flooring 10. House Roof 2x8 inch rafters at 16 inches OC 2-inch thick Batt Insulation 5/8 Ply wood Sheathing 11. Dropped Ceiling 2x4 joists at 16-inches O.C. ¾inch gypsum board

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Design Studio 6:

Design Studio 7: Trinity Retreat

Construction Technologies

Design Build Seminar:

Study Abroad: Costa Rica

Study Abroad: Costa Rica

Folding

Theater Complex

Mixed Use housing Complex

Analysis of Construction documents

Leanna Femia

Reuse, Re-purpose, Recycle

Monteverde Institution Expansion Project

Design BuildCommunity Park

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1 Design Studio 6: Comprehensive Design Theater Complex Design

Folding:

Theater into LiFe, LiFe into Theater The site location of the design for a theater complex was located on Washington Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio. The proposed project called for a space that interacted with the surrounding community, while creating a theatrical experience. Incorporated inside the complex was to be a Black Box Theater, Large Projection space and a Sloped Floor Theater. This project was unique as it incorporated multi-level entrance as the site bordered Superior Viaduct to the Southeast and the Lake Link Trail to the Southwest. The trail was below 0, Washington street was ground level, while the superior Viaduct was 25’ above 0. The elevation change created the opportunity for three different experience at each entrance of the building.

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2 Design Studio 7: Senior Design Studio Mixed Use housing Complex

Trinity Retreat

In collaboration with Jonathan Machovec Design competition for a residential multi-use housing complex located in Allentown, Buffalo, New York, on the corner of Delaware Avenue and Allen Street. Trinity is an Urban Retreat full of relaxation spaces that offer different degrees of tranquility for people looking for a break from every day life. The objective of the course was to design a housing complex with a public program of choice. Best achieved by integrating the public into the space, by drawing them off of the street while creating a unique living condition. The public program led the design and target population for occupying the living space.

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A large social issue facing America today is the increasing stress culture. Americans are more stressed than ever due to finances, relationships, and work. This state of constant stress can be harmful to an individuals health and quality of life. Blue Space-

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Wind: WSW

Key: Vehicular Circulation Pedestrian Circulation Wind

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Water Improves Mental Health

Screening Programs -Cafe/Tea Room

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United States Residents

18% of Americans suffer from some from of anxiety

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United States Workers

Annually 54% of Americans leave unused vaction time at the end of a year

-Fitness Center

-Yoga Studio

Circulation 30% Under Stress

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Vehicular Circulation Pedestrian Circulation

The closest retreat to the site is over 45 minutes away with a focus on outdoors rather than interior reflection

Retreats

United States Residents

United States Workers

Targeted Population: 30% of People say the are always under stress at work

76% of People cited work as the leading cause of their stress

Young Urban Professionals

40%

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Medical Professionals

United States Workers

77% United States Residents

Architects Medical University

Target Professionals

College Graduate Students

Weekly 40% of American workers work past hours

77% of people who regularly experince pysical symptoms caused by stress

Locations of Spas Fitness Centers and Yoga Studios

Spa Fitness Center Yoga Studio

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Internalized Connection to nature

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Light channels are cut through the building running south to north allow more air and light to units

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Courtyars and gardens located within the light channels connect residents to nature without the distraction of the surrounding city


from every day life

Trinity offers a unique atmosphere of tranquility not A large social issue facing america today found elsewhere in the city is the increasing stress culture. Americans Buffalo, through the use of are of more stressed than ever do to finances, relationships, and work. state of spaces. fire, water, andThis nature constant stress can be harmful to peoples Each of these spaces creates a helth and quality of life. different type of relaxation Environment for retreat guests as well as full time residents of the building. The building is organized in bands with units at the periphery and shared courtyards in the center. 1 in 10 Face Depression during their life Various screening techniques are used throughout the building to internalize views Trinity offers a unique atmosphere of and give residents control tranquility not found elsewhere in the city over through the amount of buffalo, the use of of , privacy, , andlight, natureand spaces of within these spaces air. each flow their creates a different type of relaxation units. environment for retreat guests as well as Theof the corridor full time residents building. wall of each unit is a layered system of operable screens and glass -Cafe/Tea -Spa walls. This system allows for Room residents to open up their units entirely, connecting directly to the exterior nature -Yoga -Fitness Studio Center spaces. 30% of people are always stressed at work

76% of People cited work as the main cause of their stress

Visual Blocker Diffuse light and block exterior views

Sun Shading Vegitation Lattice Sun shade layer. Structure to promote verticle on east and west the growth of vegitation Horizontal on south

18% of Americans suffer from some form of anxiety

2nd Floor the building is organized in bands with units at the periphery and shared courtyards in the center. Various screening techniques are used throughtout the building to

Operable Glass Wall Operable glass walls to provide weater barrier

internalize views and give residents control

Operable Interior Screen Operable screen to provide controled privacy to residents

over the amount of privacy, light, and air flow within their units.

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Flexible Spaces Fire space the corridor wall of each unit is Water space a layered Nature systemspace of operable screens and glass walls. this system allows for residents to Screened Retreat open up their units entirely, connecting directly to the exterior nature spaces.

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1. Foundation for Perimeter wall

3 Construction Technologies

Analysis of Construction documents Sectional Axonometric

36-inch-wide x

12-inch-deep continuous for Perimeter wall 1.Foundation site cast concrete strip - 36-inch-wide footing with 3 #5 horizontal x 12-inch-deep continuous site cast concrete strip reinforcement bars -footing with 3 #5 horizontal reinforcement bars 2. External Wall Below Grade

2.External Wall Below Grade 12 inch CMU with #5 vertical reinforcement and - Outer Double Wythe 8x16x 12 inch CMU with #5 vertical reinforcement 48 inches OC inner layer, horizontal joint andand48 inches OC inner layer, and horizontal joint reinforcement @ 8 reinforcement @ 8 inches inches OC. OC. Outer Double Wythe 8x16x

3. External Wall Ground Level

8x16x12 inch CMU Wall inner 3.External Ground Level Wythe with 3- #5 vertical - 8x16x12 inch CMU inner Wythe with 3- #5 vertical reinforcement reinforcement Bars at corners, Bars at corners, openings 48 inches OC - Openings 48 inches OC openings horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inches - Openings horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inches OC, OC, - Thru-wall flashing of base of cavity with weep hole 32 inches OC Thru-wall flashing of base - 2-inch rigid of cavity with weep holeinsulation 32 inches OC - 2-inch air space 2-inch rigid insulation - 8x8x4 CMU outer Wythe with weep hole 2-inch air space -32 8x8x4 inches CMU outer OC Wythe with weep hole

32 inches OC 4.External Wall First and Second Floor 4. External Wall First and - 8x16x8 Second FloorCMU inner Wythe with 3 #5 vertical - Reinforcement bars at corners, openings and 48 inches OC 8x16x8 CMU inner Wythe with 3 #5 vertical - 6 inch grouted solid and horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inches OC Reinforcement bars at - Vapor Barrier corners, openings and 48 inches OC - 2-inch rigid insulation 6 inch grouted solid and - 2-inch air void space horizontal joint reinforcement 16 inchesouter OC - 8x8x4 CMU Wythe Vapor Barrier

5.External Glass Block at Kitchen 2-inch air void space - 8x8x8x4 8xCMU4outer glass Wythe block wall with horizontal reinforcement 2-inch rigid insulation

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Kitchen 6.First and Second Floor Lintels 8x 8x 4 glass block wall with - 8x16x16 inch concrete lintel horizontal reinforcement 6. First and Second Floor

Lintels 7.Ground Floor 8x16x16 inch concrete lintel - 4-inch sand 7. Ground Floor Vapor Barrier 4-inch sand Vapor Barriersite cast concrete slab on grade with mesh reinforcement - 4-inch 4-inch site cast concrete slab on grade with mesh

Croffead House

Charleston, SC Designed by Clarke + Menefee

8.Kitchen reinforcement 8. KitchenLumber joists at 16” OC - 2x10 Lumber joists - ¾”2x10 Plywood Sub-floor at 16” OC - ¾”¾” Mortar backer board with ceramic title- ceiling joist Plywood Subfloor ¾”

Mortar backer

board with ceramic title9.Living Room Floor ceiling joist - 2x10 joists 9. Living Room Floor at 16” OC joists at 16” OC - ¾”2x10Plywood Sub-floor Plywood Subfloor - ¾”¾” inch wood strop finish flooring ¾” inch wood strop finish flooring

10.House 10. House Roof Roof 2x8 inch rafters atrafters 16 inches - 2x8 inch at 16 inches OC OC - 2-inch thick Batt Insulation 2-inch thick Batt Insulation - 5/8 Ply wood Sheathing 5/8 Ply wood Sheathing 11. Dropped Ceiling Ceiling 11.Dropped 2x4 joists at 16-inches - 2x4 joists atO.C.16-inches O.C. gypsum board - ¾¾inch inch gypsum board

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- Protective sheet - Asphaltic membrane - 2-inch metal deck

Construction Technologies

Analysis of Construction documents Sectional Axonometric

- Existing 1.Foundation - Existing concrete wall/ Piles-Pile capssteel

1. Foundation - 14” diameter steel pipe piles with (10) #7 bar steel reinforcement. Piles @ 10 - 2- inch R-14 insulation - Existing concrete wall/ feet o.c. and minimum 10Piles-Pile feetcaps penetration into bearing layer. 5. Floor at Dinning 14” diameter steel pipe piles with (10) #7 bar steel reinforcement. Piles @ 10 feet o.c. and minimum 10 feet - 3 feet x 3 feet- x 2 feet- 6” site cast concrete pile caps. penetration into bearing layer. - Linoleum - 24” x 18” site- 3 cast concrete grade beam with 4 #Finish 6 reinforcement bar feet x 3 feet x 2 feet- 6” site cast concrete pile caps. bottom and (3)- 24” #x518”reinforcing bar 2-inch topping site cast concrete grade beam withtop. 4 # 6 reinforcement bar -bottom and (3) # 5 reinforcing bar top. 2. Steel Columns

- Wire mesh

- Exposed W14x 43 steel columns 2.Steel Columns - Exposed W14x 43 steel columns - Air steel gap - Exposed MF steel beam, paintedpainted - W16x64 - Exposed W24 MF W24 steel beam, purlins - W16x64 steel purlins

- Corrugated steel Structure

3. Floor at Lower Level 3.Floor at Lower Level - Granular fill to b.o. grade on prepared sub- 2-inchbeam R-14 insulation - Granular fill to b.o. grade beam on prepared subgrade grade - 2” r-10 rigid insulation at perimeter on vapor retarder sheeting 6. Exterior Wall - 2” r-10 rigid insulation at perimeter on vapor retarder sheeting - 6 ½” struct. Conc. Slab on grade beams on pile caps & piles per structural - C.I.P. Concrete panelsper (arch structural conc. Finish at exterior) - 6 ½” struct.. caps & piles 4. FloorConc. at Decking Slab on grade beams on pile - 2-inch topping

- Wire mesh - 2-inch topping 4.Floor at Decking - Wire mesh - 1-inch insulation - Drainage - 1-inch insulation - Protective sheet - Drainage - Protective sheet - Asphaltic membrane - Asphalt membrane - 2-inch metal deck - 2-inch metal- deck - Existing steel Existing steel - 2- inch R-14 insulation - 2- inch R-14 insulation 5. Floor at Dinning

5.Floor at Dinning Linoleum Finish - Linoleum Finish - 2-inch topping - 2-inch topping - Wire mesh - Wire mesh - Air gap - Air gap - Corrugated steel Structure Corrugated steel Structure - 2-inch R-14 insulation - 2-inch R-14 insulation 6. Exterior Wall - C.I.P. Concrete panels (arch conc. Finish at exterior)

- R-11 batt insulation

- 3 5/8” metal studs 24” O.C. with 5/8” hi-impact GWB a 7. Exterior Wall - W 14 x 33 steel column - Granular fill to bottom of grade beam - Vapor retarder sheeting - 24” wide board of R- 10 rigid insulation at perimeter - 6 ½” concrete slab with 10 foot # 5 bar @12” O.C. 8. Exterior Wall at Deck - 6” concrete curb at base - 6x3 T.S. - 5 ½” curtain wall system w/ thermal break

6.Exterior Wall - C.I.P. Concrete panels (arch conc. Finish - ¼ beam at headat exterior) - R-11 batt insulation - R-11 batt insulation - 3 5/8” metal studs 24” O.C. with 5/8” hi-impact GWB at interior 9. Handrail at deck - 3 5/8” metal studs 24” O.C. with 5/8” hi-impact GWB at interior 7. Exterior Wall

Conibear Shellhouse Millar Hull Partnership University of Washington

Conibear Shellhouse Brianna Hull KoegelPartnership Leanna Femia Millar University Craig Brozowskiof Washington Jon Machovic

Conibear Shellhouse

Millar Hull Partnership University of Washington

- W 14 x 33 steel column

- C13x31.8 channel with (2) ½” x 3” steel flat bar 4” O.C

- 6x3 T.S.

- ¾” x 6” galvanized steel plate top rail.

for cable - Granular to bottom beam column 7.Exterior Wall - Wfill14 x 33of grade steel - Vapor retarder sheeting - Granular fill to bottom of grade beam - ½” diameter steel bar stiffeners O.C. - 24” wide board of R- 10 rigid insulation at perimeter - Vapor retarder sheeting - Blot upstand assembly 12” O.C. - 6 ½” concrete slab with 10 foot # 5 bar @12” O.C. - 24” wide board of R- 10 rigid insulation at perimeter 8. Exterior Wall at Deck - Stainless cable 3” on center secured to 6” flat bar upst - 6 ½” concrete slab with 10 foot # 5 bar @12” O.C. - 6” concrete curb at base

8.Exterior Wall atcurtain Deck - 6” concrete curb base - 5 ½” wall system w/ thermal break 10. at Garage Door - ¼ beam at head - 6x3 T.S. Overhead 9. Handrail at decksystem w/ thermal break - ¼ beam track - 5 ½” curtain wall at head

- C13x31.8 channel with (2) ½” x 3” steel flat bar 4” O.C. & ½” x 6” steel-flatAluminum bar at center with oversized holes overhead door for cable

with ½” insulated glass

9.Handrail at -deck - C13x31.8 channel with (2)- ½” Sill: x 6 x3” 6 xsteel ½ TS flat bar 4” O.C. & ½” diameter steel bar stiffeners O.C. ½” x 6” steel flat center - Blotbar upstandat assembly 12” O.C. with oversized holes for cable - Head: fascia to slab - ½” diameter -steel bar stiffeners - Blot up-stand assembly 12” O.C. Stainless cable 3” on center secured to 6”O.C. flat bar upstand External fixed metal louvers - Stainless cable on center secured to 6” flat- bar up-stand - ¾” x3” 6” galvanized steel plate top rail. 10. Garage Door - ¾” x 6” galvanized steel plate top rail. - Internal operable metal louvers - Overhead track

Brianna Koegel

Leanna Femia

Craig Brozowski

Jon Machovic

11. Roof - Aluminum overhead door with ½” insulated glass 10. Garage Door - Overhead track - Aluminum overhead door with ½” -PVC Single-Ply membrane on ¼” insulated glass- Sill: 6 x 6 x ½ TS - Head: fascia to slab - Sill: 6 x 6 x ½ TS - Head: fascia to slab - External- fi xed metal louvers Overlayment board on R-21 - Internal - External fixed metal louvers operable metal louvers - Internal operable metal louvers - High Performance Rigid Insulation

11. Roof

- Vapor Barrier 11. Roof -PVC Single-Ply membrane on ¼” -PVC Single-Ply membrane on ¼” - Overlayment - Over-layment boardboard onon R-21 R-21 - High Performance Rigid Insulation - Ply sheathing on T&G wood decking - High Performance Rigid Insulation - Vapor Barrier - Ply sheathing on T&G wood - 2x6”decking P.T. Nailer - Vapor Barrier - 2x6” P.T. Nailer -PTD. Steel Purlins - Ply sheathing on T&G wood decking -PTD. Steel Purlins - 2x6” P.T. Nailer -PTD.

Steel Purlins

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4 Costa Rica Study Abroad: Design Build Seminar: Reuse, Re-purpose, Recycle

A series of apparatuses were designed using a limited amount of re-purposed materials from the local Costa Rican town of Monteverde. The goal was to combine the series of items in order to put the objects into use, reducing the amount of waste we use as humans.

Hiding Apparatus :Local Reclaimed Materials

Hiding: Local Reclaimed material

The wall acts as a hiding structure for children. Using an old cabinet door, with holes cut for the insertion of cans. Some of the cans have been cut open to allow view ports through the wall. Precedent: This precedent is an elementary school in Connecticut where children are allowed to play in the wall and interact through hide and seek. Moylan Elementary: Hide and Seek Project Location: Hartfort, CT *Http://myk-d.com/projects/hide-and-seek/

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Balancing : Living Materials The idea of our structure was to create a wooden frame that trains the tree to grow horizontally. This project would include phases, the first with a heavier structure to enable it to still be occupied in early phases. The later structure would still be helping the tree to grow but would be made of rope or a flexible material that the tree could grow through. Precedent of a living structure where willow branches were manipulated to form this unique design. Http://ideipentrucasa.ro/idei-de-amenajari-cu-copertine-verzi-construite-dincrengi-de-salcie/

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5 Study Abroad: Costa Rica

This project located and a University in the Cloud Forest of Costa Rica started with an analysis of the exhibiting campus in response to their need to expand. Ultimately, determined that a large multipurpose space was needed to house various activities of the growing community. La Casa de Abrol is to be a transitioning space to house academic classes, yoga, lectures and storage.

Monteverde Institution Expansion Project

La Casa de Árbol Project in collaboration with Shannon Reily, Drew Marshal, Joenette Cobb

This project was to be an initial step for construction process for the campus addition. The building is to be eco-friendly supporting the community goals. The building materials include corrugated metal roofing, cord wood of local invasive trees, timber beams, and stone façade found on site.

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DD EE LL ARBÓL ARBÓL designed by: designed by: Leanna Femia Leanna Femia B.Arch, UBB.Arch, UB Shannon Riley Shannon Riley B.Arch, UBB.Arch, UB Drew Marshall Drew Marshall B.Arch, UBB.Arch, UB Joenette Cobb Joenette M.Arch/M.U.P, Cobb M.Arch/M.U.P, UB UB landscape landscape consulting consulting by: by:

CORREGATED CORREGATED METAL ROOF METAL ROOF

Beverly Hernandez Beverly Hernandez BLA, Maryland BLA, Maryland Simone Vitale Simone Vitale BLA, Maryland BLA, Maryland

SKYLIGHTSSKYLIGHTS (TYP.) SEE(TYP.) REFLECTED SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLAN CEILING PLAN NEW ROOFNEW OVER ROOF PRONATIVAS OVER PRONATIVAS GREENHOUSE GREENHOUSE MATCH SLOPE MATCH W/ SLOPE CLASSROOM W/ CLASSROOM

ARTISTIC MOTIF ARTISTIC MOTIF EMBEDDED EMBEDDED IN IN CORDWOOD CORDWOOD WALL WALL

EXISTING WALL EXISTING OF PRONATIVAS WALL OF PRONATIVAS

with facultywith assistance faculty assistance from: from: Gabriela McAdam Gabriela McAdam MVI MVI Anibal Torres Anibal Leiton Torres LeitonMVI MVI Saba Hamidi Saba Hamidi Maryland Maryland Tracee Johnson Tracee Johnson Maryland Maryland Martha Bohm Martha Bohm UB UB Stephanie Stephanie Cramer Cramer UB UB Bryan A. Hadley Bryan A. Hadley UB UB date:

GROUND LINE GROUND LINE

STONE MASONRY STONE MASONRY FOUNDATION FOUNDATION GROUND LINE GROUND LINE

AIR VENTSAIR W/ VENTS BUG SCREENS W/ BUG (TYP.) SCREENS (TYP.)

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JALOUSIE WINDOWS JALOUSIE WINDOWS (TYP.) (TYP.)

Corrugated Metal Roofing Necessary to cover hang the building to protect the

Cordwood Wall Infill Cut 18” longs for facade infill

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SLIDING PARTIONS

EXTEND CORDWOOD TO CREATE NEW BENCHES

NEW UTILITY/ WORK COUNTER WITH SINK LOCKABLE STORAGE UNDER BENCHES

CONCRETE FLOOR

Leanna Femia B.Arch, UB Shannon Riley B.Arch, UB Drew Marshall B.Arch, UB Joenette Cobb M.Arch/M.U.P, UB landscape consulting by: Beverly Hernandez Simone Vitale

BLA, Maryland BLA, Maryland

with faculty assistance from: Gabriela McAdam MVI Anibal Torres Leiton MVI Saba Hamidi Maryland Tracee Johnson Maryland Martha Bohm UB Stephanie Cramer UB Bryan A. Hadley UB

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date:

LOCKABLE STORAGE UNDER BENCHES

08/03/2017

MASONRY / CONCRETE FOUNDATION (SEE A501 + A502)

scale as indicated

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1.2192 m 1.6256 m

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SECTION AT PRONATIVAS CONNECTION SCALE: 1 : 25

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

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6.0 m

B

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SCALE 1 : 100

GROUND LEVEL REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

A204

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USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

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BOTTOM OF ROOF

12

6.3m

designed by:

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.048 M (10’ - 0”)

Beverly Hernandez 15 CM STEEL Simone PIPEVitale WELDED TO

DETAIL - CLERESTORY SCALE 1 : 25

#3

SQUARE TUBE STEEL COLUMN SANDWICHED BETWEEN WOOD PIECES AS SHOWN

#2

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5

ROUND WOOD COLUMN ANCHORED TO CONCRETE FOOTING

GROUND LEVEL

0

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

PLAN DETAIL - COLUMN & JAMB SCALE 1 : 25 BOT. OF FOOTING

BOT. OF FOOTING (-1’ - 10”)

26

10

SECTION A-A SCALE 1 : 100

23 CM

inside of wall

outside of wall

PLAN DETAIL - COLUMN & JAMB SCALE 1 : 25

15 CM ROUNDWOOD

DETAIL - LOWER WINDOW GUARDRAIL SCALE 1 : 25 TRIM AT OUTSIDE CORNERS

GRADE

CORDWOOD WALL

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scale as indicated

2D

DETAIL - BEAM & POST SCALE 1 : 25

DETAIL - FOOTING SCALE 1 : 25

PLAN DETAIL - JAMB SCALE 1 : 25

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DETAIL - BEAM & WALL SCALE 1 : 25

CONCRETE B GRADE

REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM.

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.048 M (10’ - 0”)

2E

POINT FOOTING UNDER COLUMN DETAIL - POST FOOTING SCALE 1 : 25

1A

PLAN DETAIL - BEAM JOINT SCALE 1 : 25

D

DETAIL - WALL FOOTING SCALE 1 : 25

15 CM STEEL PIPE WELDED BOLTED STE PLATE (PROV WEEP HOLES

CORRUGATED METAL ROOF

3B

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ROUND WOOD COLUMN ANCHORED TO CONCRETE FOOTING

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NOTCHED CONNECTIONS

DETAIL - OVERHANG SCALE 1 : 25

20 CM ROUND WOOD BOLTED TO STEEL PLATE, WELDED TO COLUMN

GRADE

STORAGE LEVEL 0.0 M (0’ - 0”)

MASONRY WALL

FOUNDATION DRAIN TO RA GARDEN

25 CM X 25- PIER CM REINFORCED DETAIL FOOTING 3A CONCRETE PIERS ON CONCRETE SCALE 1 : 25 BOT. OF FOOTING 10 CM SQUARE -0.5588 M (-1’ - 10”)FOOTINGS, SPACED AS SHOWN STEEL TUBE COLUMN ON PLAN DRAWINGS EMBEDDED INSIDE CORDWOOD WALL

PLAN DETAIL - LOWER COLUMN SCALE 1 : 25

PLAN DETAIL - CORNER COLUMN WELD1PLATE SCALE : 25 TO END OF

CONTINUOUS REINFORCED

INFILL AND COVER WITH STONE

FOOTING ARO DETAIL - TRUSS & COLUMN 2C PERIMETER SCALE 1 : 25

REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM. CORDWOOD INFILL

STEEL BEAM, STUB AND BOLT AT CONCRETE BEAM

1B

23 CM

10 CM ROUNDWOOD GUARD RAIL

STONE FACING

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OPTIONAL ACOUSTIC INSULATION BELOW CEILING STRUCTURE

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10 CM ROUNDWOOD GUARD RAIL CONCRETE SHOULDER JOINT

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PLAN DETAIL - JAMB SCALE 1 : 25

10 CM ROUNDWOOD

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.) STORAGE LEVEL 0.0 M (0’ - 0”)

DETAIL - PIER FOOTING SCALE 1 : 25

A

25 CM

SQUARE TUBE STEEL COLUMN

SLOPED STONE SILL FOR STEEL SQUARE TUBE DRAINAGE. LAP STONES COLUMN SANDWICHED FROM HIGH TO LOW

BETWEEN WOOD PIECES AS SHOWN

GRADE

BLA, Maryland BLA, Maryland

WELDED TO

DETAIL - LOWER EAVE DETAIL - OVERHANG 1C SCALE 1SCALE : 251 : 25

3C

20 CM CONCRETE SLAB ON STEEL DECKING

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DETAIL - THRESHOLD SCALE 1 : 25

3A

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DETAIL - DECK & RAILING SCALE 1 : 25

BOLTED STEEL PLATE (PROVIDE WEEP HOLES)

7.5 CM STEEL PIPE WELDED TO BOLTED STEEL PLATE

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ENSURE MINIMUM20 CM ROUN OVERHANG OF AT LEAST BOLTED TO S 0.5 M ON ALL SIDES

NOTCHED CONNECTIONS

106 CM

GENERAL NOTES

11

inside of wall

outside of wall

REBAR THROUGH CORDWOOD SPANNING OPENING

3

3B

23 CM

2

4

23 CM

3m

C

20 CM 10 ROUND CM ROUND WOOD WOOD WEBBING FASCIA

landscape consulting by:

MAIN LEVEL

9

8

GUTTER - DRAIN TO CISTERN / SUPPLY RAIN GARDEN

DETAIL - TRUSS & COLUMN 2C SCALE 1 : 25

Leanna Femia B.Arch, UB STEEL COLUMN Shannon Riley B.Arch, UB ON PLATE ON BEAM DrewCONCRETE Marshall B.Arch, UB Joenette Cobb M.Arch/M.U.P, UB

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20 CM ROUND WOOD BOLTED TO STEEL PLATE, WELDED TO COLUMN

DETAIL - OVERHANG SCALE 1 : 25

3C

GENERAL NOTES

CASA

CORRUGATED METAL ROOF (1 : 10 SLOPE)

106 CM

A

LA

Classroom Storage Motorcycle Parking Composting Toilet Road Classroom Storage Sliding Windows to Pronativas Bench and Storage Vent with Bug Screen 20 CM ROUND WOOD Wood Encased Steel Trusses FASCIA Concrete Slab on Grade NOTCHED CONNECTIONS Gutter

23 CM

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

STEEL COLUMN ON PLATE ON CONCRETE BEAM

20 CM CONCRETE SLAB ON STEEL DECKING 25 CM

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.048 M (10’ - 0”)

PLAN DETAIL - BEAM JOINT SCALE 1 : 25

3B

DETAIL - DECK & RAILING SCALE 1 : 25

ROUND WOOD COLUMN ANCHORED TO CONCRETE FOOTING

MASONRY WALL

CONCRETE SHOULDER JOINT

15 CM STEEL PIPE WELDED TO BOLTED STEEL PLATE (PROVIDE WEEP HOLES) WATERPROOF CEMENT OVER MASONRY BELOW GRADE

2B

DETAIL - BEAM & FLOOR SCALE 1 : 25

2D

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inside of wall

REBAR THROUGH CORDWOOD SPANNING OPENING

CORD WOOD

EXTEND WALL TO MEET NEW ROOF

10

JALOUSIE WINDOWS (TYP.)

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

GENERAL NOTES

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

2

DETAIL - CLERESTORY

DETAIL - HEADER SCALE 1 : 25

inside of wall

outside of wall

SLOPED STONE SILL FOR DRAINAGE. LAP STONES FROM HIGH TO LOW

SQUARE TUBE STEEL COLUMN

10 CM ROUNDWOOD

1

23 CM

BLA, Maryland BLA, Maryland DETAIL - FOOTING SCALE 1 : 25

date:

GRADE TRIM AT OUTSIDE

PLAN DETAIL - JAMB SCALE 1 : 25 SQUARE TUBE STEEL COLUMN

REAR ELEVATION (LOOKING WEST) SCALE 1 : 100 10 CM ROUNDWOOD

15 CORDWOOD CM ROUNDWOOD INFILL

15 CM ROUNDWOOD DETAIL - LOWER WINDOW GUARDRAIL SCALE 1 : 25 STORAGE LEVEL 0.0 M (0’ - 0”)

Beverly Hernandez Simone Vitale

PLAN DETAIL - BEAM JOINT SCALE 1 : 25

GROUND LINE DETAIL - JAMB DETAILPLAN - THRESHOLD 1 : 25 AIR VENTS W/ BUG SCREENS SCALE SCALE 1 : 25(TYP.)

inside of wall

SLOPED STONE SILL FOR DRAINAGE. LAP STONES FROM HIGH TO LOW

15 CM ROUNDW TRIM AT OUTSIDE CORNERS

landscape consulting by:

BOLT AT CONCRETE BEAM

CORDWOOD WALL

outside of wall

23 CM

GROUND LINE

JALOUSIE WINDOWS (TYP.)

GRADE

with faculty assistance from: REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM. Gabriela McAdam MVI Anibal Torres Leiton MVI COLUMN SANDWICHED STONE FACING BETWEEN WOOD PIECES Saba Hamidi Maryland AS SHOWN REINFORCED CONCRETE BEAM WELD PLATE TO END OF Tracee Johnson Maryland PLAN DETAIL - COLUMN & JAMB STEEL BEAM, STUB AND SCALE 1 : 25 Martha Bohm UB BOLT AT CONCRETE BEAM Stephanie Cramer UB USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR PLAN WELDDETAIL PLATE TO- BEAM END OF JOINT ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER Bryan UB STEEL BEAM, STUB ANDA. Hadley EXISTING WALL OF PRONATIVAS ROD AND WATERPROOF SCALE 1 : 25 SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

23 CM

DETAIL - THRESHOLD SCALE 1 : 25

BOT. OF FOOTING (-1’ - 10”)

designed by:

Leanna Femia B.Arch, UB DETAIL - LOWER WINDOW Shannon Riley B.Arch, UB SCALE 1 : 25 Drew Marshall B.Arch, UB 10 CM ROUNDW GUARDRAIL Joenette Cobb M.Arch/M.U.P, UB

23 CM

SCALE 1 : 25

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.0 M (10’ - 0”)

STONE MASONRY FOUNDATION

STORAGE LEVEL 0.0 M (0’ - 0”)

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.) DETAIL - HEADER

CONTINUE WOOD DECKING INTO THRESHOLD CAVITIES IN WALL. CORDWOOD WALL SHIM TO LEVEL, USE WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.0 M (10’ - 0”)

FRONT ELEVATION (LOOKING EAST) SCALE 1 : 100

inside of wall

CONTINUE WOOD DECKING INTO THRESHOLD CAVITIES IN WALL. SHIM TO LEVEL, USE WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS

REBAR THROUGH CORDWOOD SPANNING OPENING

GROUND LINE

SQUARE TUBE STEEL COLUMN SANDWICHED STONE FACING NEW ROOF OVER PRONATIVAS GREENHOUSE BETWEEN WOOD PIECES AS SHOWN MATCH SLOPE W/ CLASSROOM DETAIL - CLERESTORY PLAN DETAIL - COLUMN & JAMB SCALE 1 : 25 SQUARE TUBE STEEL SCALE 1 : 25 outside of wall

outside of wall

inside of wall

SKYLIGHTS (TYP.) SCALE 1SEE : 25REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

CORREGATED METAL ROOF

REBAR THROUGH CORDWOOD Materials SPANNING OPENING

ARBÓL SLOPED STONE SILL FOR DRAINAGE. LAP STONES FROM HIGH TO LOW

• ALL DETAILS SHOWN ARE TYPICAL. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS AT VARIOUS ASSEMBLIES MAY VARY. • ALL STRUCTURE IS APPROXIMATE - CONSULT AN ENGINEER FOR OPTIMAL STRUCTURAL ASSEMBLY • ALL ROUND WOOD DIAMETERS ARE APPROXIMATE • DIMENSIONS OF CORDWOOD MAY VARY

23 CM

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER 5 1 ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

2.1336 m

• ALL DETAILS SHOWN ARE TYPICAL. SPECIFIC CONDITIONS AT VARIOUS ASSEMBLIES MAY VARY. • ALL STRUCTURE IS APPROXIMATE - CONSULT AN ENGINEER FOR OPTIMAL STRUCTURAL ASSEMBLY • ALL ROUND WOOD DIAMETERS ARE APPROXIMATE • DIMENSIONS OF CORDWOOD MAY VARY

-

CORDWOOD WAL

DETAIL - THRESHOLD SCALE 1 : 25

STONE (NOT SHOWN)

GENERAL NOTES

DEL

USE NOMINAL LU ROUGH OPENING ROD AND WATER SEALANT AT ALL

inside of wall

GROUND LINE

0

CLASSROOM LEVEL 3.0 M (10’ - 0”)

1.066 m

GUARD RAIL

outside of wall

2.54 m

0.8636 m

THRESHOLD CAVITIES IN WALL. SHIM TO LEVEL, USE WATERPROOF

SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS SWING DOORS W/FIXED HALF LITES

SQUARE TUBE ST COLUMN SANDW BETWEEN WOOD AS SHOWN

DETAIL - HEADER SCALE 1 : 25

CASA

FRENCH DOORS W/ FIXED HALF LITES CONTINUE WOOD DECKING INTO

EXSITING FRONT OF PRONATIVAS GREENHOUSE

ARTISTIC MOTIF EMBEDDED IN CORDWOOD WALL

USE NOMINAL LU ROUGH OPENING ROD AND WATER SEALANT AT ALL

outside of wall

0.8128 m

USE NOMINAL LUMBER FOR ROUGH OPENINGS. BACKER ROD AND WATERPROOF SEALANT AT ALL JOINTS (TYP.)

DETAIL - LOWER WINDOW GUARDRAIL SCALEPLAN 1 : 25 DETAIL - CORNER COLUMN

SCALE 1 : 25

TRIM AT OUTSIDE CORNERS

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Study Abroad: Costa Rica Planta Design Build- Community Park

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Rayo de Sol

Project in collaboration with Sustainable Futures Design Team

Rayo de Sol or “Sun Ray” was a design build project in the Cloud Forest of Costa Rica. It was low budget park, designed and built by the students. A great deal of research went into the design as to determine the materials readily available in the area.

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The design process was challenging as it took place in the Cloud Forest in the wet season. The park was designed for all ages. It includes a rock garden, three concrete benches, a seven foot rock climbing dome, two colverete play mounds, and a large tire swing. Purchased exercise equipment by the local Díagovernment 3 en el Sitiohas also been installed.


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Leanna Rose Femia leannafe@buffalo.edu (516)655-3186 32

Leanna Femia Architecture Portfolio- Selected Works  

A collection of selected works completed during my undergraduate career in Architecture at University at Buffalo.

Leanna Femia Architecture Portfolio- Selected Works  

A collection of selected works completed during my undergraduate career in Architecture at University at Buffalo.

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