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Lauren M. Tichy 400 Perkins Street #209 Oakland, CA 94610 415.305.6046 laurentichy@gmail.com

PORTFOLIO


LAUREN TICHY : DESIGN PORTFOLIO PROFESSIONAL WORK MIXED USE BUILDINGS PENNY FLATS 1505 PEARL

COMMUNITY PLANNING RED OAK PARK

RESIDENCES

WINEMAKER’S RESIDENCE MAX’S HORSE FARM HOUSE RESIDENTIAL FACE LIFT DIMOND STABLES PACIFIC PALISADES POOL + GUESTHOUSE SAN REMO EMERALD RANCH NORTH BOULDER RESIDENCE

INTERIORS + BIG FURNITURE LANDSCAPE TOWNHOUSE

COMMERCIAL INTERIORS POCKET GEMS CHARTBOOST

ACADEMIC WORK GRADUATE THESIS

PIRATE INFRASTRUCTURES: POST-SUBURBAN ARCHIPELAGIA

SOFTSYSTEMS STUDIO: AIRIUM CITY/SPACE/SHARE STUDIO: (OP)SPACE PAINTING + DRAWING


+ PROFESSIONAL WORK MIXED USE BUILDINGS PENNY FLATS 1505 PEARL

COMMUNITY PLANNING RED OAK PARK

RESIDENCES

WINEMAKER’S RESIDENCE MAX’S HORSE FARM HOUSE RESIDENTIAL FACE LIFT DIMOND STABLES PACIFIC PALISADES POOL + GUESTHOUSE SAN REMO EMERALD RANCH NORTH BOULDER RESIDENCE

INTERIORS + BIG FURNITURE LANDSCAPE TOWNHOUSE

COMMERCIAL INTERIORS POCKET GEMS CHARTBOOST


PENNY FLATS FORT COLLINS, COLORADO COMPLETION:2007 COBURN DEVELOPMENT: D.Rotner, Architect MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER Penny Flats is a mixed use infill development project in Fort Collins, Colorado. We started by constructing a post tensioned concrete slab that covered a parking garage below. This PT slab became the support for three podium type buildings to be built on top for first phase of the project. This project is a large group effort. My role included: some schematic design work on units, design development, construction documents, value engineering redesigns, some CA work and marketing material support for the realtors. I learned a lot about how things fit together by working on this project. It’s large size made making simple design decisions that could apply in multiple situations a money and resource saving necessity.


PENNY FLATS - MIXED USE URBAN INFILL DEVELOPMENT

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Third Floor Plan second Floor Plan

first Floor Plan 1505 Pearl Boulder, COLORADO

fourth Floor Plan

Third Floor Plan second Floor Plan


1505 Pearl BOULDER, COLORADO COMPLETION:2008 COBURN DEVELOPMENT: P.WEBER, ARCH. MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER 1505 PEARL is an urban infill, mixed use project in downtown Boulder, Colorado. The project is comprised of shops and restaurants over an underground parking garage. Residential units: a mix of flats and town homes make up the rest of the project space. This project presented challenges from the city from the get go as the lot is located in one of Boulder’s Historic Districts. Beyond the initial challenges inherent to the task of having a project conform with historical guidelines, the project was being built out at the end of the real estate boom and the beginning of the bust. Our design team was nimble and redesigned units on the third and fourth floor to accommodate broker’s requests. Today the building is popular and thriving. My role on this project was design team member. I was also the liaison to the broker’s marketing team and either fourth managed and producedFloor renderings. Plan Lower Rendering on this page by: Dane Spangler


RED OAK PARK

ULI: 2012 Global Award for Excellence Winner BOULDER, COLORADO COMPLETION:2011 COBURN DEVELOPMENT: P.WEBER, ARCH. MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER Boulder Housing Partners engaged Coburn Development to revamp a neighborhood of older mobile homes just North of downtown. This neighborhood presented many challenges and opportunities as it was an established social community in need of new shelter. We replaced deteriorating mobile homes with new energy efficient homes. The design team from Coburn Development led by Bill Holicky and Pete Weber ran and participated in a number of public forums to explore options on preferred housing types and community features. The solution, includes a pedestrian friendly mix of single family and row home style living scenarios with a public park and community area at the center to hold community day-care, classes, and parties. My role in this rewarding team project has included participation in the design charrette, design development of different site structures and various site patterning under the supervision of Bill Holicky, renderings and print communications with clients, and space planning both within the small footprint homes and in the public spaces.


UPHOLSTERED AND CUSHIONED UPHOLSTERED AND WINDOW SEAT CUSHIONED WINDOW SEAT AND BACK CANTILEVER TABLE POSSIBLE CANTILEVER TABLE

“SOFT” BUMP-OUT VERSION - WIPEABLE UPHOLSTERY

STRAKA + PESCHON RESIDENCE BUMP-OUT OPTIONS 10.21.2013

STRAKA + PESCHON RESIDENCE

LANDSCAPE WALL HEIGHTS

30-1/2” TALL BOARD FORM WALL 18” BOARD FORM BENCH

ENTRY LANDSCAPE SKETCH

11.18.2013

ENTRY LANDSCAPE PLAN


WINEMAKER’S RESIDENCE CALISTOGA, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: EXPECTED SPRING 2014 MIN | DAY ARCHITECTS : E.B. MIN, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGNER / PROJECT MANAGER This residential remodel was a great sucess largely in part to the fantastic Clients. The Clients, an empty-nester couplde, purchased a downtrodden 1970’s home that belonged to a hobby Mechanic that valued garage space above sunlight. We were able to reconfigure existing enclosed garages and choose materials to create the considered modern-farmhouse of their dreams. ENTRY - BEFORE

Key components of this renovation included plan work and reconfiguration to allow for a chef’s kitchen, home offices, wine storage and guest suites. Care was taken to provide for future possibility for aging in place. We created a material palatte and detailed cabinetry and casework to ensure the modern farmhouse aesthetic was carried through construction. In addition to the interior reconfiguraion and face-lift, we provided landscape plans to be implemented in the future. Photos by the Client. Drawings and sketches by me.

ENTRY - UNDER CONSTRUCTION


PLYWOOD CEILING, WHITEWASHED PAINTED DOOR AT KITCHEN SIDE OF MAIN ROOM

STEEL @ BANQUETTE STEEL DOOR AND SURROUND IN PORTAL BLACKENED STEEL WALLCOVERING

FROM MAX’S ROOM

MAX’S HORSE FARM HOUSE PLYWOOD CEILING, WHITEWASHED

BLACKENED STEEL

LEATHER BANQUETTE PAINTED DOOR TO HALL

LIVING ROOM INTO MAX’S ROOM

MAX’S HOUSE PROPOSED STEEL AREAS 061.2 06.11.2013

COTATI, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: EXPECTED SPRING 2014 MIN | DAY ARCHITECTS : E.B. MIN, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGNER / PROJECT MANAGER This home is a renovation-turned rebuild that started off as a modern “man-cave” for Max. Max lives on a working horse-farm with his Dad and lives with a full-time Aid due to his severe mobility issues. Our design respects the North Bay agricultural aesthetic while promoting a modern, clean and minimal interior. We worked to create an aesthetic suited to Max’s personal tastes and to create a plan that makes his accesibility issues appear less pronouned. We created a material palatte and detailed cabinetry and casework to ensure the modern farmhouse aesthetic was carried through construction. A major challege in completing this project included working with Sonoma County permitting process after our contractor over-demo’d. The experience of working with the building department and officials in Sonoma County was an invisible, but invaluable addition to my Professional experience. Drawings and sketches by me.


LOS ALTOS ENTRY REMODEL LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: EXPECTED SPRING 2013 MIN | DAY ARCHITECTS : E.B. MIN, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGNER / PROJECT MANAGER The design and construction of the entry of this home in Los Altos was the last phase of a previous project that had encompassed the interiors and a significant rear addition. We worked with Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture to complete the modern entryway. My role in this project included design and drafting, collaborative material selection, permit drawings and CA support through project completion. Photos by Craig Bauman of Bauman Construction


REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDING, LARR# 25124

12 4 REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION STYLE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDINGS LARR# 25124

3/4" PLYWOOD 3/4" T&G PROVIDE QUALIFYING LEAF DETTERENT SCREEN

BUILDING PAPER 3/4" PLYWOOD

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3/4" T&G EQ.

EQ.

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4X6 RAFTERS, 24" O.C. TYP. 4X BLOCKING @ OUTRIGGER, TYP. 6X8 OUTRIGGER

EXTERIOR PLASTER 3/4" PLYWOOD 2X4 DOUBLE TOP PLATE, TYP. @ TACK ROOM COPPER GUTTER AND FLASHING

4X BLOCKING

4X6 RAFTER

6X8 RIDGE BEAM

CONDITION @ TACK ROOM

SIMPSON COLUMN CAP #CC66PC 12 4

REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDING LARR #25124

6X6 KING POST SIMPSON STRAP TIE #1212HTPC

3/4" PLYWOOD PROVIDE QUALIFYING LEAF DETTERENT 3/4" T&G SCREEN FINISHED 2X6 AT RAFTER ENDS

EQ.

EQ.

6X8 BEAM

"

1/2

4X6 RAFTERS 24" O.C. TYP.

6X8 BEAM SIMPSON JOIST HANGER CLASSIC COLLECTION EQUIVALENT OF #OU68

6X8 OUTRIGGER WITH COLUMN KNIFE CONNECTION PER STRUCTURAL COPPER GUTTER AND FLASHING

STEEL COLUMN REF. 2/A2.1

CONDITION @ STALLS

6

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

DETAIL AT OVERHANG

5

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

DETAIL AT KING POST

REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDINGS LARR# 25124

4 12

3/4" PLYWOOD OVER 3/4" T&G

A2.3

GRADE

4

6X8 RIDGE BEAM 6X6 KING POST

FINISHED 2X @ RAFTER ENDS

4 X 6 RAFTERS @ 24" O.C. TYP.

PROVIDE QUAILFYING LEAF DETERRENT SCREEN 6" HALF ROUND COPPER GUTTER

536.00'

6 X 8 OUTRIGGER BEAM 6 X 8 BEAM

12" MIN. SOIL BERM

6 X 8 BEAM OUTRIGGER BEAM, TYP.

TOP OF SLOPE

5

EXISTING POOL

EXISTING A2.3GRADE

STEEL COLUMN

6

528.00'

526.00'

A2.3

AREA ABOVE RETAINING WALL NOT ACCESSIBLE, RAILING AT RETAINING WALL UNNECESSARY.

524.00' 1.5 1

1 A2.3

6 X 8 RIDGE BEAM

LOOSE FILL TO BE TRIMMED AWAY PER RECOMMENDATION IN SOILS REPORT

CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

4 X 6 RAFTERS @ 24" O.C. TYP.

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516.00'

STEEL COLUMN EXISTING NATURAL GRADE 12'-9"

DRIVEWAY

8'-0"

W.R. GRACE BITUTHENE SYSTEM 3000 WATERPROOFING WITH MIRA DRAIN PANELS AND PROTECTION BOARD, TYP. LARR #24386

ELEV. 505.00'

ELEV. 505.25' ELEV. 504.75'

8'-5"

ELEV. 504.57'

W.R. GRACE BITUTHENE SYSTEM 3000 WATERPROOFING WITH MIRA DRAIN PANELS AND PROTECTION BOARD, TYP. LARR #24386

HATCH INDICATES AREA TO BE BACKFILLED AFTER CONSTRUCTION OF RETAINING WALL

8'-0"

ELEV. 502.50'

ELEV. 504.75'

4'-0"

FIN.FLR. ELEV. 505.25' FIN.FLR. ELEV. 505.00'

518.00'

6'-3" H/2

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STEEL COLUMN

GARDEN WALL

520.00'

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ELEV. 516.00'

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522.00'

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LOW POINT 504'-0"

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514.00'

SLOPE TO DRAIN 1/4":12"


REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING, RETAINING WALL LARR# 25124 4" COPPER GUTTER COPPER FLASHING BUILDING PAPER 12 4 W.R. GRACE BITUTHENE SYSTEM 3000 WATERPROOFING WITH MIRA DRAIN PANELS AND PROTECTION BOARD, TYP. LARR #24386

GRADE

CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDING LARR# 25124 BUILDING PAPER RETAINING WALL 3/4" PLYWOOD

RAFTER 3/4" T&G 3/4" PLYWOOD 4X BLOCKING

3/4" T&G 4" COPPER GUTTER

PROVIDE QUALIFYING LEAF DETTERENT SCREEN

COPPER FLASHING 12 4

6X8 BEAM FINISHED PLASTER 1/2" PLY HARDIE SIDING 2X4 WALL 4X BLOCKING PROVIDE QUALIFYING LEAF DETTERENT SCREEN

3/4" PLYWOOD BUILDING PAPER HARDIE SIDING FLASHING

6X8 BEAM SIMPSON JOIST HANGER CLASSIC COLLECTION EQUIVALENT OF #OU68 BEARING PLATE WITH KNIFE CONNECTION RE: STRUCTURAL STEEL COLUMN REF: 2/A2.1

2"

BITUTHENE MEMBRANE AT MUD SILL W.R. GRACE BITUTHENE SYSTEM 3000 WATERPROOFING WITH MIRA DRAIN PANELS AND PROTECTION BOARD, TYP.

4"

CONCRETE CURB SLAB

CONDITION @ STALLS

CONDITION @ TACK ROOM

SCALE

4

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

DETAIL @ RETAINING WALL

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REDLAND CLASS 'A' MISSION TILE ROOFING TO MATCH EXISTING BUILDINGS LARR# 25124 PROVIDE QUAILFYING LEAF 3/4" PLYWOOD DETERRENT SCREEN OVER 3/4" T&G FINISHED 2X @ RAFTER ENDS

6 A2.3

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

DETAIL @ RETAINING WALL

12 4 GRADE

6X8 RIDGE BEAM

REVISIONS JULY 09, 2007

4 X 6 RAFTERS @ 24" O.C. TYP.

APRIL 15, 2008 MAY 7, 2008

BLOCKING

OCTOBER 28, 2008 P.C. DEC. 9, 2008

DIMOND STABLES

PROVIDE QUAILFYING LEAF DETERRENT SCREEN

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

Courtenay Choate Moritz associate

PH: 310.477.1547 1808 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90025

THIS MATERIAL IS OWNED BY AND IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF CHOATE ASSOCIATES AND IS SUPPLIED TO CLIENTS ON A CONFIDENTIAL BASIS SOLELY FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH THE JOB IDENTIFIED HEREON. FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS THE REPRODUCTION, DISPLAY, SALE OR OTHER DISPOSITION OF THIS DOCUMENT WITHOUT THE EXPRESS WRITTEN CONSENT OF CHOATE ASSOCIATES

Choate Associates architects

C. Peter Choate, Senior Partner Douglas Lindfors, AIA, Architect partners

P.C.C. JAN. 26, 2009

6 X 8 BEAM OUTRIGGER BEAM, TYP. 2X4 WALL

6" HALF ROUND COPPER GUTTER EXTERIOR PLASTER AT TACKROOM

6 X 8 OUTRIGGER BEAM MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 2X4 WALL PLYWOOD COMPLETION: FALL 2009 HARDIE SIDING WITH CHOATE: D. LINDFORS, ARCHITECT COLOR FAST MY ROLE: DESIGN / PERMITTING

These stables were designed for a property in the Moun3 tains above West Los Angeles. The stables were small, A2.3 but sited precariously below an existing pool and near neighboring property lines and setbacks. These chalTACK ROOM lenging site conditions informed the location and size of the stables. GRACE BITUTHENE SYSTEM 3000 TheW.R. style of the stables was intended to cohesively echo WATERPROOFING WITH MIRA DRAIN PANELS AND PROTECTION BOARD, TYP. the surrounding stable architecture already prevelant LARR #24386 throughout Will Rogers State park.

My role in this project included drafting, design development and ushering the structure through the permitting process.

FIN.FLR. ELEV. 505.25'

ELEV. 504.75'

3X MUD SILL WOOD FLOOR ON SLEEPERS 4" SLAB

CONCRETE CURB


IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE PAVING @ DESK AND WALL CAPS TYP.

TOW 400.80'

STONE PAVING & VENEER SPECIFICATIONS

GRADE BEYOND

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MAX 2'-6" HIGH GARDEN WALLS CONSTRUCTION PER LOS ANGELES FORM P/BC 2002-002 FIGURE 1 LOCATED ON SHEET A-1.9 DETAIL 1 (PERMIT NOT REQUIRED)

1'-6"

NAT. GRA

PATIO FLAGSTONE: ALL STONE TO BE HI-DESERT IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE, 2" THICK OVER 1" MORTAR BED. GROUT JOINT TO BE A CONSISTENT ¾"-1" MAX. ON LARGER PATIOS, MAJORITY OF STONE TO BE AT LEAST 18"X18". DO NOT USE LOTS OF SMALL PIECES. GROUT TO BE A REGULAR SPEC MIX (WITH GRIT). 1)

2'-0"

2'-0"

BW 398.80'

STACKED STONE VENEER TYP. MAXIMUM DEPTH OF SPA IS 3'-6"

POOL COPING: HI-DESERT IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE, UNIFORMLY 2" THICK OVER 1" MORTAR BED. COPING TO SLOPE AWAY FROM POOL AT 1/4":12. BLEND IN WITH ADJACENT IRREGULAR PAVING AT POOL DECKING. PROVIDE A MASTIC JOINT WITH SAND FINISH TO MATCH GROUT COLOR AND TEXTURE. COPING EDGE TO BE CHISELED AND EASED. NO SHARP CORNERS! 2)

SPA STRUCTURE SEE

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1/4" = 1'-0"

WATER LINE TILE: CUT STONE TO 6"X12" PIECES. MATCH HI-DESERT FOR COLOR IF UNABLE TO USE HI-DESERT. 3)

TOW 400.80'

MAX 2'-6" HIGH GARDEN WALLS CONSTRUCTION PER LOS ANGELES FORM P/BC 2002-002 FIGURE 1 LOCATED ON SHEET A-1.9 DETAIL 1 (PERMIT NOT REQUIRED)

TOS 400.30'

STACKED STONE WALLS: HI-DESERT FLAGSTONE. MINIMUM 2" THICK. CAN VARY BETWEEN 2"-4" THICK ON TALLER POOL FOUNTAIN WALL. PROVIDE 2'X2' SAMPLE PRIOR TO SETTING STONE VENEER. 4)

TOW 400.80'

14" TYP.

DN

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2'-6 3/4"

WALL CAP/STAIR TREADS: HIGH-DESERT IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE. CHISELED & EASED EDGE. GROUT JOINT TO BE CONSISTENT ¾". ALL CAP STONE TO OVERHANG 1" ON EACH SIDE. STONE TO BE 2" THICK. GROUT TO BE A REGULAR SPEC MIX (WITH GRIT).

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MAXIMUM DEPTH OF SPA IS 3'-6"

IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE DECK & WALL CAPS

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FS 398.80'

1'-6" 1'-0 1'-0 " 1'-0 " "

BW 397.00'

3'-0"

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SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

SPA PLANS REMODEL OF HOUSE UNDER SEPARATE PERMIT

FIREPLACE AND PERGOLA UNDER SEPARATE PERMIT

STACKED STONE RISERS AT STEPS TYP. 2 A1.5

IRREGULAR FLAGSTONE CAPS @ GARDEN WALLS TYP. WROUGHT IRON RAILING - TOP @ +36" ABV. STAIR NOSINGS AND +42" ABOVE LANDINGS 6

1

A1.10 A1.10 HANDRAIL AT STAIR TO BE +36" ABOVE STAIR NOSING 1

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EXT. PLASTER FINISH ON GARDEN WALLS TYP.

A1.10 A1.10 UPPER LEVEL FIN. FLR. ELEV. 401.23' 5

3/4" STONE SLAB MATERIAL

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A1.10 A1.10 +42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING

9'-6"

ST

LOWER LEVEL FIN. FLR. BBQ WALLS TO BE STACKED STONE VENEER MAX HEIGHT OF RETAINING WALL NOT TO EXEED 10'-0"

CANTILEVERED DECK

DENOT RETAI MEETS GRAD

NATURAL GRADE EXT. PLASTER @ RETAINING WALL W/ A STONE CAP

NATURAL GRADE STACKED STONE RISERS AT STEPS TYP. 2 A1.5

EXT. PLASTER @ RETAINING WALL W/ A STONE CAP SWIMMING POOL ON PILE FOUNDATION

LOCATE POOL EQUIPMENT UNDER CANTILEVERED DECK ON 5' X 9' LEVEL CONCRETE PAD

SCALE


REV

EXISTING T&G CEILING PATCH AS NECESSARY

NEW PRETTY PAINT GRADE 4X4'S TYP.

OCT

NOV

1" FLAT FACE FRAME AT UPPER SECTION ONLY

JAN.

NEW PRETTY PAINT GRADE 4X4'S TYP.

PC MAR

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A7.2

HEIGHT OF CABINET BASED ON 1/2" CLEARANCE AT CROWN TYPICAL.

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2-1/2" FACE FRAME WITH SAME BEAD DETAIL AT PERIMETER MITER AND RETURN TO FACE FRAME BEYOND

1'-2"

SAROYAN #1186 CASING

1'-4"

5/8" GYPSUM BOARD WITH FULL MUD COAT TYP.

SAROYAN #9000 WHITE OAK HANDRAIL W/ QUALIFYING GRIP

RECESSED PANEL ENDS

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PANELING AT BACK WALL UNDER WINDOW

1" THICK FIXED SHELVES (SET HEIGHTS WITH OWNER), 2 LAYERS OF 1/2" SPECIES PLY WITH SOLID STOCK EDGE BANDING - NO VISIBLE CLEATS

1X4 SMALL "V' GROOVE T&G AT BACK

C. Peter Choate, Senior Partner Douglas Lindfors, AIA, Architect Courtenay Choate Moritz partners

SAROYAN #3304 CROWN MOULDING

HEIGHT OF DOORS TO BE SUCH THAT THEY ARE SQUARE

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SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD

WINE STORAGE AT CABINET END

BEVERAGE CENTER

PAINT GRADE BALAUSTER TYP.

SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD

SET HEIGHT SO THAT FACE FRAME TRACKS OVER APPLIANCES

MITER BACK TO CABINET SIDE 1/2" FROM FRONT OF FACE FRAME

3

NEW PRETTY PAINT GRADE 4X4'S TYP.

POST AND RAILING DETAIL TYP.

EXISTING T&G CEILING PATCH AS NECESSARY

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

1X4 SMALL "V" GROOVE T&G BACK

1 A7.1

NEW PRETTY PAINT GRADE 4X4'S TYP.

SAROYAN #1186 CASING

4 A7.1 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD WITH FULL MUD COAT TYP.

SAROYAN #1186 CASING

2'-6"

3'-6"

HOUSE OF MOULDING #298 NOSING TYP.

C

REVISIONS

PAINT GRADE BALAUSTER TYP.

D

SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD

SET UP FOR AV EQUIPMENT RACKS

SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD 1

VERIFY SPACE AND VENTING REQUIREMENTS OCT. 4, 2007 WITH A/V CONSULTANT

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A7.1

FIXED SHELVES (VERIFY LOCATION WITH OWNER & A7.1 ARCHITECT) 2 LAYERS OF 3/4" PLY WITH SOLID STOCK EDGE BANDING SEE DETAIL

NOV. 7, 2007 JAN. 18, 2008

5/8" GYPSUM BOARD WITH FULL MUD COAT TYP.

6'-8" HEAD HEIGHT TYP.

SAROYAN #9000 WHITE OAK HANDRAIL W/ QUALIFYING GRIP

HALF NEWEL POST AT WALL

65" SHARP TV

GRAVES RESIDENCE

A7.1

2-1/4" STANDARD WITH SUPERIOR POCH4-20 MOULDING APPLIED TO FACE

PULL OUT TRAYS TYP.

Choate

REFRIGERATOR FREEZER

MAKE THIS PANEL OPERABLE WITH A TOUCH LATCH FOR ADDITIONAL STORAGE INSIDE

THIS MATERIAL IS OWNED BY AND IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE PROPERTY OF CHOATE ASSOCIATES AND IS SUPPLIED TO CLIENTS

PROVIDE PANEL KIT AND VERIFY LAYOUT OF PANEL WITH ARCHTIECT

A

H.O.M. #298 NOSING

3'-6"

3/4" ADJUSTABLE SHELVES TYP.

5/8" GYPSUM BOARD WITH FULL MUD COAT TYP.

3'-1 1/4"

RECESSED PANEL SIDES TYP.

POST AND RAILING DETAIL TYP.

FEB. 11, 2008 MAR. 25, 2008 BID MAY 22, 2008

Choate Associates architects

3/4" DIVIDERS

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COPYRIGHT NOTICE

HOLD BACK SKIRT 1/4" FROM CORNER SKIRT DETAIL

7 A7.2

MITER STILE BOARDS AT CORNER REF/ICE

SINK

D.W. RECESSED PANELS TYP.

E SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD

SAROYAN #2204 BASE BOARD

CABINET SPECIFICATIONS: FLUSH CONSTRUCTION, A/V CABINET TO BE PAINT GRADE, BAR TO BE STAIN GRADE ALDER (VERIFY WOOD SPECIES WITH OWNER & ARCHITECT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION), (NO EXCESS GLUE ON WOOD), RECESSED PANEL WITH STICKING, MAPLE PREFINSHED PLY INTERIORS, INTERIORS AT GLASS UPPERS TO BE SPECIES WOOD, 1/2" BACKS, 9 PLY PREFINSHED MAPLE DRAWER BOXES AND PULL OUT TRAY CONSTRUCTION WITH DOVE TAIL JOINTING, DRAWER FRONTS THAT ARE 6" OR LESS IN HEIGHT SHALL HAVE 2" STILES AND 1-1/4" TOP AND BOTTOM RAILS, CROWN CITY NO. 178 SERIES HINGES (VERIFY FINISH AND EXACT SIZE WITH ARCHITECT), EXPOSED FACE FRAMES TO INCLUDE PENCIL MOULDING AT PERMITERS PER DETAILS, RECESSED PANEL ENDS (INCLUDING WHERE NOT SHOWN IN DRAWINGS), KNOBS AND PULLS TO BE PROVIDED BY OWNER AND INSTALLED BY CABINET MAKER, FLOAT WALLS AND CEILINGS FOR MINIMAL SCRIBING, ADJUSTABLE SHELVES TO BE SOLID STOCK EDGE BANDED AND SET ON METAL PEG SYSTEM

GREAT ROOM

1267 VILLA WOODS DRIVE, PACIFIC PALISADES, CA 90272

POOL, SPA, PATIO & BBQ

GRAVES RESIDENCE

SCALE 1/2" = 1'-0"

A7.1

FXD

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6 3/4" X 2" STILES

A7.1

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

2" TYP.

WOOD COUNTERTOP

3'-6"

12" DEEP WINE CUBBIES

PH: 310.477.1547 1808 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90025

OGEE STICKING

WHERE STICKING MEETS FRAME OF CUBBIES, SHOW 3/8" REVEAL

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BACK BAR BEYOND

WOOD SPLASH

PACIFIC PALISADES POOL + GUESTHOUSE PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: SUMMER 2009 CHOATE: D. LINDFORS, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN / PERMITTING This Guest House doubles as a Pool House on a Will Rogers State Park adjacent property in Pacific Palisades, California. We designed the house as well as the pool, landscape and BBQ area on the side of the canyon. This house comprised Phase I of a renovation schedule established for the client’s family to enjoy their property as construction occurs on the Main House.

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5'-9 3/8"

TYPICAL WINDOW CASING AT 2ND FLOOR EAVE

6 A5.4 SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

3 A5.1

ROOF TO WALL FLASHING

TOP OF ROOF ELEV 671.22'

2

LEADER BOX SEE:

TYPICAL EAVE DETAIL

10

A5.4

RAKE TO EAVE TRANSITION

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56'

TYPICAL WINDOW CASING DETAIL, SEE:

2 SCONCE, TYP. VERIFY HEIGHT WITH LIGHTING CONSULTANT

A5.2 42"

6 A5.3

A5.3 BRICK VENEER AT CHIMNEY

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTERS

8'-0" WINDOW HEAD HEIGHT

9'-0 3/4" WINDOW HEAD HEIGHT

9'-0"

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUTS TYP. FULLY SOLDER (NO RIVETS)

COPPER CHIMNEY SHROUD SEE: 1 GABLE VENT

TYPICAL RAKE DETAIL

A5.1

A5.4

SHINGLE SIDING

LOCATE KITCHEN EXHAUST HOOD INSIDE SHROUD

A5.3

CLASS 'A' SLATE ROOFING

1

A A4.6

A5.3

1

PLANTER BOX, SEE:

MAXIMUM BUILDING 36'-0" HEIGHT

12 A5.3

4

A3.4

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTERS

2

A4.3

COPPER CHIMNEY SHROUD AND BRICK DETAILING SEE: 1 TYP.

1

SMALLER RAKE TO EAVE TRANSITION

3

B

A4.4

CURB AT FLAT ROOF

A5.3

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56'

4

D

A4.4

COPPER DORMER ATTIC VENTS SEE:

SMALLER RAKE DETAIL

5

B

A4.4

5 A3.4 SILL AT ROOF

FOR GUARDRAIL DETAILS SEE: 1

CLASS 'A' SLATE ROOFING

SHINGLE SIDING

8'-0" HEAD HEIGHT

A A4.4

13

COPPER CRICKET

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUTS TYP. FULLY SOLDER (NO RIVETS)

ROOF TO WALL FLASHING 6 A5.3

PROVIDE STEPPED COPPER FLASHING AT CHIMNEY TO ROOF

KITCHEN BAY

SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

A5.2

EXISTING FREE STANDING SITE WALL PAINTED WOODWORK, NO SHINGLES AT KITCHEN BAY

SHINGLE SIDING

8'-0" HEAD HEIGHT

7'-0" HEAD HEIGHT, TYP.

8'-6" HEAD HEIGHT

8'-6" HEAD HEIGHT

9'-9 1/2" HEAD HEIGHT

9'-7 3/8" +/- (E)

11'-1"

TOP OF PLATE

RECESSED PANELLING

STONE PAVING AT FRONT PORCH

SCONCE, TYP. VERIFY HEIGHT WITH LIGHTING CONSULTANT

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47'

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47' ALIGN WINDOWS

A5.2

CORBELS FROM 6X10 FLAT, SEE:

STONE VENEER TO 14 MATCH EXISTING SEE: FOR ANCHORING A5.3

STONE VENEER FLASH WALL

WOOD COLUMNS SEE: 6

7

FRONT STEPS

A5.2

STONE VENEER FLASH WALL, SEE: 9

STONE VENEER AT FACE OF PORCH

A5.2

A5.2

+42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING 2 A5.5

2 5/8"

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56'

SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

COPYRIGHT NOTICE

9'-11"

8'-9 7/8" +/- (E)

9

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56'

LOWEST POINT OF GRADE 5'-0" FROM PERIMETER OF BUILDING FOOTPRINT [ELEV 635.22']

NORTH ELEVATION 1

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BRICK VENEER AT CHIMNEY

A5.3

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CURB AT FLAT ROOF

STANDING SEAM COPPER ROOFING, SEE:

GABLE VENT

A5.3

LEADER BOX SEE: 10 A5.4

2 A5.4

COPPER DORMER ATTIC VENTS SEE:

RAKE TO EAVE TRANSITION

12

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A5.1

TYPICAL RAKE DETAIL

5'-9 3/8"

TOP OF ROOF ELEV 671.22' ROOF TO WALL AT STANDING SEAM

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTERS

A3.4

STANDING SEAM COPPER ROOFING DETAIL

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56'

STANDING SEAM COPPER ROOFING, TYP. ROOF TO WALL FLASHING 6 A5.3

ROUND CURB/PLINTH FLASHING DETAIL

2

CLASS 'A' SLATE ROOFING

SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

A5.1

1X PAINTED BOARD, NO SHINGLE HERE

VERANDA ROOF/ EAVE/COLUMN DETAIL

SILL AT ROOF

ROOF TO WALL FLASHING 6

RECESSED T&G PANELING

9'-0"

RECESSED T&G PANELING

SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

ROOF TO WALL AT PANELED BAY

A5.3

GARDEN STEPS STONE CAP WITH GARDEN WALLS

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47'

GARDEN WALL

EXTERIOR PLASTER @ FACE OF GARDEN WALL

EXTERIOR PLASTER AT GARDEN WALLS

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56' LOWEST POINT OF GRADE 5'-0" FROM PERIMETER OF BUILDING FOOTPRINT [ELEV 635.22']

SCONCE, TYP. VERIFY HEIGHT WITH LIGHTING CONSULTANT

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2

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A4.4

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2X10 RAFTERS @ 16" O. C.

VELUX SKYLIGHT 3/4" PLYWOOD ROOF DIAPHRAGM

R-30 INSULATION IN ATTIC TYP.

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12

12

1'-0"

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56' R-21 INSULATION IN EXTERIOR WALLS TYP.

1

LENS ON CEILING

2X8 CEILING JOISTS @ 16" O. C.

5

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56'

2X CEILING JOISTS PER STRUCTURAL PLAN TYP.

2X6 CEILING JOISTS @ 16" O.C.

BATH #3

BEDROOM #3

UTILITY

LAUNDRY

NON-STRUCTURAL COFFER FRAMING

LANDING

COFFERED CEILING AT LANDING

FINISH FLOOR OVER 1/4" CORK OVER 1/2" PLY OVER 1-1/2" LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE OVER 1-1/8" FLOOR DIAPHRAGM

A5.1

MASTER CLOSET

14" TJI PRO 350 @ 16" O. C.

NON STRUCTURAL COFFER BEAMS

MASTER BATH FINISH FLOOR OVER 1/4" CORK OVER 1/2" PLY OVER 1-1/2" LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE OVER 1-1/8" FLOOR DIAPHRAGM

14" TJI PRO 350 @ 16" O. C.

SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

SECOND FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 656.56'

FINISH FLOOR OVER 1-1/8" FLOOR DIAPHRAGM

PANTRY

ENTRY

LIBRARY

PATIO

EXISTING 2X12 FLOOR JOISTS @ 16" O. C.

9 COLUMNS BEYOND

A5.2

DENOTES BOTTOM OF EXISTING GIRDER

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47'

FINISH GRADE BEAM PER STRUCTURAL PLAN 2X4 STUD WALLS TYP.

2X14 STRINGERS @ 16" O. C. TYP.

NEW FOOTING

EXISTING FOOTING

CUT OFF TOP OF EXISTING FOOTING AS NECESSARY

THEATER FOYER

EXISTING PIER FOUNDATION TO REMAIN

MECHANICAL ROOM #2

EXISTING GRADE BEAM

PERIMETER FOOTING

MIN CLEARANCE CRAWL HEIGHT

ELEVATOR CAR

EXISTING FOUNDATION

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56'

STONE VENEER FLASH WALL

LAUNDRY

1'-0"

MIN R-21 INSULATION AT CRAWL SPACES

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56'

NEW RETAINING WALL SEE STRUCTURAL

NEW FOUNDATION WALL - SEE STRUCTURAL

4" THICK CONCRETE SLAB PER STRUCTURAL PLAN OVER 2" SAND OVER 10 MIL VISQUEEN OVER 2" SAND

LOWEST POINT OF GRADE 5'-0" FROM PERIMETER OF BUILDING FOOTPRINT [ELEV 635.22']

4" THICK CONCRETE SLAB PER STRUCTURAL PLAN OVER 2" SAND OVER 10 MIL VISQUEEN OVER 2" SAND

12" DEEP ELEVATOR PIT

BUILDING SECTION 1

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9'-11"

1'-6"

LINE OF STAIRS BEYOND

2'-0" (E) CRAWL SPACE

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47'

SCALE

HEADER PER STRUCTURAL PLAN

NON-STRUCTURAL COFFERS

BEAM PER STRUCTURAL PLAN

KITCHEN

2" FLAGSTONE OVER 1" MORTAR BED ON 4" CONCRETE SLAB

4X6 FLAT BEAMS (DECORATIVE)

8'-9 7/8" +/- (E)

PLAYROOM

ELEVATOR SHAFT

7

C A4.4

8

A A4.4

9

C A4.3

10

2 5/8"

2X6 STUD WALL TYP.

11'-1"

BEAM PER STRUCTURAL PLAN

9'-7 3/8" +/- (E)

TOP OF PLATE

LINE OF STAIRS BEYOND 14" TJI PRO 350 @ 16" O. C.

FLUSH BEAM PER STRUCTURAL PLAN

1/4" = 1'-0"

RAKE DETAIL

5'-9 3/8"

2X10 RAFTERS @ 16" O. C.

FLUSH MOUNT RIDGE BEAM PER STRUCTURAL PLAN

9'-0"

5

12

36'-0" MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

5

TYPICAL EAVE 3

3

10

4 A5.1

A5.1

C A4.3

RIDGE BEAM STRUCTURAL PLAN

3/4" PLYWOOD ROOF DIAPHRAGM TYP.

HIP BEAM PER STRUCTURAL

A

2 5/8"

BASEMENT FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 635.56'

9'-11"

EXISTING STAIRS, HANDRAIL/GUARDRAIL TO REMAIN

EXISTING STONE VENEER TO REMAIN STONE CAP

8'-9 7/8" +/- (E)

A5.5

NEW STONE PAVING AT VERANDA

7'-0" HEAD HEIGHT

WROUGHT IRON HANDRAIL @ +36" ABOVE STEP NOSING SEE: 2

SCALE

TERRACED GARDEN WALLS

FIRST FLOOR FINISH FLOOR ELEV 645.47' PROVIDE NEW TREADS, RISER AND LANDING PAVING

1/4" = 1'-0"

11'-1"

EXISTING WOOD GUARDRAIL TO REMAIN

9'-7 3/8" +/- (E)

TRANSOM WINDOW, TYP.

EXISTING COLUMNS TO REMAIN

8'-0" HEAD HEIGHT

8'-6" HEAD HEIGHT

EXISTING BBQ TO REMAIN

8'-6" HEAD HEIGHT

TOP OF PLATE 2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUTS TYP. FULLY SOLDER (NO RIVETS)

36'-0" MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUTS TYP. FULLY SOLDER (NO RIVETS)

8'-0" HEAD HEIGHT

TOP OF PLATE ELEV 665.56'

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTERS

B

9

C A4.3

8"

A

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REVISIONS 3/4" ROOF SALAD

MARCH 11, 2009 APRIL 12, 2009 MAY 29, 2009

1'-1 1/4"

BOUNDARY NAILING

SLATE ROOFING ROOF UNDERLAYMENT

COPPER FLASHING TYP. 2X RAFTERS PER STRUCTURAL FRAMING PLANS

2X8 FASCIA BOARD WITH SHAPED TOP

A35 @ 16" O.C.

B

TOP OF PLATE + 9'-0" A.F.F

3/4" PLYWOOD BACKING

BOUNDARY NAILING

5/8"

2X6 WALL FRAMING

1/2" PLY PER SHEARWALL SCHEDULE BUILDING PAPER

HEADER PER STRUCTURAL FRAMING PLAN

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER SAROYAN #7722B BEAD BOARD

BITUTHENE WRAP, SEE:

SAROYAN #3325 CROWN

SAROYAN #1187 CASING

1 A5.4

3

1X TRIM BOARD

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P.C. JUNE 30, 2009

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DRIP KERF 2X TRIM BOARD

11'-9 3/4"

2"

8'-0"

5'-6"

DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW UNIT

9'-0"

1730 SAN REMO

SAN REMO

3/4" JAMB EXTENSION

PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA

CAULK COPPER HEAD FLASHING

T.O. WINDOW STOOL 2'-6" A.F.F. SILL FLASH PAN 2X REDWOOD SILL SLOPING 10 DEG.

B

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SAN REMO RESIDENCE

SAROYAN #1187 APRON

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1

R-21 BATT INSULATION

A5.4

INTERIOR WALL FINISH, SEE SCHEDULE

BUILDING PAPER

D SCALE

1 DOUBLE HUNG WINDOW SECTION DETAIL (2ND FLOOR EAVE) HALF R BEDROOM INTERIOR ELEVATION

MASTER BATH INTERIOR ELEVATION

WINDOW DETAILS

BOUNDARY NAILING

BITUTHENE WRAP, SEE:

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: 2011 CHOATE: D. LINDFORS, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN / DETAILING This high-end view home is a remodel of an existing residence near Will Rogers State Park in Pacific Palisades, California. It was remodeled to meet the needs of a growing and busy family. My role in this project included drafting and design development as well as some spatial visualizations for the clients. In addition to these duties I collaborated to figure out the existing building structurally and performed asA3.4 built drawings. C


18 RISERS @7 1/2" TREAD RUN =10"

A SCALE

1/4" = 1'-0"

SCALE

FIRST FLOOR PLAN GUEST SITTING ROOM GUEST ROOM #2

GUEST BATH

SOUTH ELEVATION

STORAGE ROOM

C. Peter Choate, Senior Partner Douglas Lindfors, AIA, Architect Courtenay Choate Moritz partners

21 RISERS @6.67" TREAD RUN =12" UP

LARDER

GUEST TERRACE

POWDER ROOM

GUEST WING FINISH FLOOR EXT. MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

FAMILY ROOM DISHES RECYCLE BIN

CHANGING ROOM A

DN

DN

SINK W/ GD DW

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TUB

LINEN

LAV LAV

BATH #1 TUB

HALL

EDGE OF TERRACE, STONE, TYP.

PATH BRIDGE STONE STEPS, TYP.

KITCHEN

MUD ROOM

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP. LAUNDRY

LANDSCAPING BOULDERS, TYP.

DN

BATH

MASTER BATH

SHOES

A-2.4

HIS CLOSET

DN

BALCONY N TO

TOILET

DINING

HALL

CLOSET

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP.

SLATE ROOFING, TYP.

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HALF LAP JOINTS, TYP.

BEDROOM #3 BALCONY

A2.4

EDGE OF INFINITY EDGE POOL

TROUGH WALL FOR INFINITY POOLSTONE WITH STONE CAP, TYP.

STONE WALL, TYP. STUDIO

LOGGIA

A2.3

DISHES

LIVING ROOM LIBRARY

TOILET

MAIDS BATH

MAIDS ROOM

THEATER DN

DN

UP

STOR. HALL POPCORN FOYER

WINE CELLAR MECH. ROOM

BREEZEWAY

SLATE ROOFING, TYP.

A2.1

ROOF PLAN

SLATE ROOFING, TYP. SEAT

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HIP

SLOPE

HIP

RIDGE

RETRACTABLE RIDGE SKYLIGHT

SLOPE

BALCONY

HIP

LL EY

VA

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HIP

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SLOPE

SLOPE

LL EY

RIDGE

RIDGE

SLOPE

HIP

SLOPE SLOPE SLOPE

DECEMBER 18, 2008

REVISIONS

JULY 11, 2008

MAY 20, 2009

JUNE 5, 2008

May 7, 2008

LL EY

SLOPE

VA

VA

LINEN

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BEL

DN

OFFICE/GYM

W

BATH #5 TUB/SHWR

BEDROOM #5

BALCONY

EXTERIOR PLASTER COLUMN, TYP. SEE:

PANTRY

ENTRY UP

HALL

TUB LAV

STORAGE GARDEN ROOM

REVISIONS

May 7, 2008

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JUNE 10, 2008

REVISIONS

May 7, 2008

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 90265

2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

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HIP

SLOPE

SLOPE

HIP

SLOPE

RIDGE

LL EY

EMERALD RANCH

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2%

SLOPE

VA

SLOPE

SLOPE

BALCONY

SLOPE

VA LL EY

RIDGE

RIDGE

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HIP

SLOPE

SLOPE

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 90265

TUB

JUNE 5, 2008

2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

BATH #2

12X12 HEAVY TIMBER BEAM, TYP.

JULY 11, 2008

EMERALD RANCH

HIP

RIDGE

EXTERIOR PLASTER COLUMN, TYP. SEE:

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42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP. SEE:

BEDROOM #1

C. Peter Choate, Senior Partner Douglas Lindfors, AIA, Architect Courtenay Choate Moritz partners

BATH #3

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

TOILET

Choate Associates architects

TOILET

SEAT

LAV

BALCONY

A-2.3

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LAV

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

HIP

SLOPE

Choate Associates architects

RIDGE

SLOPE

2%

HIP

SLOPE

SLOPE

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 90265

SECOND FLOOR PLAN BEDROOM #2

TOILET

BEDROOM #4

3'-6"

CLOSET TOILET

BALCONY

SLOPE

SLOPE

2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

21 RISERS @7" TREAD RUN =11"

SLOPE

BALCONY

JUNE 5, 2008

EMERALD RANCH

LAV

EXT. CLOSET MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

SLOPE

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RETRACTABLE RIDGE SKYLIGHT

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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CHANGING ROOM B PREP SINK

RIDGE

REF/FRZ

HIP

SCONCE, TYP.

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UP

TOILET

RANGE

HIP

RIDGE

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 90265

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8 RISERS @7" TREAD RUN =11"

SLOPE

13 RISERS @7" TREAD RUN =11"

BATH #4

2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

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TUB

EMERALD RANCH

A SLOPE

SLOPE

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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SCALE

UP

BALCONY

HIP

SLOPE

W

SCONCE, TYP.

SLOPE

LO

STONE STEPS, TYP. BE

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ROOF PLAN TO

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP. RIDGE

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A SCALE

RIDGE

HIP

SLOPE

HIP

STONE CAP, TYP. 3/16" = 1'-0"

HIP

SCALE A HIP

42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP. SLOPE

EY LL

EY LL

HIP

SLOPE

VA

VA

HIP

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP. 2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP. EY LL

HIP

HIP

VA

CHIMNEY EY LL

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HIP

SLOPE 2%

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HIP

RUBBLE RETAINING WALL HIP

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BALCONY

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PLASTER SURROUND AT DOORS AND WINDOWS, TYP.

SCONCE, TYP.

MASTER BEDROOM HER CLOSET

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP.

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

EXT. MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

PLASTER SURROUND AT DOORS AND WINDOWS, TYP.

EXT. MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

DECEMBER 18, 2008

HIP

JUNE 10, 2008

MAY 20, 2009

DW

DECEMBER 18, 2008

GUEST ROOM #1 TERRACE JULY 11, 2008

JUNE 10, 2008

MAY 20, 2009

A-2.2

3 CAR GARAGE

ATV GARAGE

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP.

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

A-2.1

WINDOW CASING, TYP.

EXT. MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

BREEZEWAY

42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP.

FLAGSTONE CAP ON GARDEN WALLS, TYP.

EXTERIOR SMOOTH MISSION PLASTER, TYP. AT GARDEN WALLS

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1 1262

6 1256 1

TOTAL NEWLY LANDSCAPED AREA FOR ENTIRE PROPERTY = 26,722 SQ. FT.

DROUGHT TOLERANT LANDSCAPING IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE = 12,223 SQ. FT.

PERCENTAGE OF TURF/LAWN = 5.2%

48 12

PLANT LEGEND

DENOTES ZONE LINE BEYOND PROPERTY LINE

ZONE BOUNDARY

46 12

LINE DENOTES FRONT YARD FOR DROUGHT TOLERANT LANDSCAPING REQUIREMENTS ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY GREEN BUILDING PROGRAM

LOS ANGELES GREEN BUILDING PROGRAM DROUGHT TOLERANT LANDSCAPING ZONE

1250.73 4' YUCCA

001

4 124

1247.45 20" TREE

COY PAD

KOI POND

42 12

1246.29

12 May 7, 2008

005 015

003

023

JUNE 5, 2008

019

12 36

021

4 1234 1

(P)00

(P)09

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

(P)10

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

34 12

10'-0"

California Walnut

34" 10"

(P)17

T ES GU USE

ZONE A

14" 14" 2'-5" & 1'-12 '"

Aleppo Pine

14"

Aleppo Pine

6" 5" 14"

Aleppo Pine

14"

Aleppo Pine

21"

Aleppo Pine

24"

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

11"

Pinus 1206.64 halepensis

Aleppo Pine

14"

051

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

6"

053

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

14"

054

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED PRIVATE RESIDENCE (DESTROYED BY FIRE SCHEDULED TO BE REBUILT) DR. 2701 BARRYMORE

Aleppo Pine

7"

Aleppo Pine

6"

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

5"

059

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

8"

Botanical Name Abutillon hybrida Acanthus mollis Agapanthus africanus Azalea spp. Berberis thunbergii Rose Glow' Buxus micorcarpa japonica Camellia japonica Camellia sansanqua Ceonothus g. h. Yankee Point' Cyperus alternifolius Clivia miniata Dicksonia antarctica Dietes Vegata Echium fastuosum Gardenia jasminoides Hemerocallis spp. Heuchera sanguinea Lavandula spp. Limonium perezii Liriope muscari. Myrica californica Nandina domestica Pittosporum nigricans Pittosporum tobira Wheelers Dwarf' Rosa spp. Rosmarinus o. Tuscan Blue' Salvia leucantha Solanum ratonnetii Stachys byzantina Tagetes lemonii Tulbaghia violacea Viburnum opulus Zantedeschia aethiopica

0 2110 12

Shrubs/Perennials

Pinus halepensis Pinus halepensis

058

0 120

16"

056

060

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

7"

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

10"

062

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

10"

Eucalyptus citriodora Pinus halepensis

0 119

065 067

Eucalyptus citriodora

Eucalyptus

10"

Aleppo Pine

6"

Eucalyptus

10"

Eucalyptus citriodora

Eucalyptus

12"

Schinus terebinthefolius

Brazilian Pepper

3-12""

069

Schinus terebinthefolius

Brazilian Pepper

2-10"

070

Schinus terebinthefolius

Brazilian Pepper

1'-5" & 1'-10""

068

Eucalyptus citriodora

Eucalyptus

21"

Schinus terebinthefolius

Brazilian Pepper

1'-10" & 1'-8""

073

Schinus terebinthefolius

Brazilian Pepper

2'-5" & 2'-6"

075

Eucalptus viminalis

Eucalyptus

25"

076

Eucalptus viminalis

Eucalyptus

26"

80 11

071 072

077

Eucalptus viminalis

70 11

Eucalyptus

24"

078

Eucalptus viminalis

Eucalyptus

24"

084

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

085

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

086

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

087

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

088

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

089

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

090

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

091

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

092

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

093

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

094

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

095

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

096

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

097

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

098

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

099

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

100

Citrus x 'Dancy Tangerine'

Dwarf Tangerine

6"

102

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

12"

103

Pinus halepensis

Aleppo Pine

20"

SCALE 1" = 20'-0"

045

043

GARAGES

047

EXISTING ANNUAL GRASSES AND WEEDS TO 1236 BE MAINTAINED AT 3" OR LESS

049

20'-0" TYP. 059

6"

Common Name Chinese Lantern Bears Breech Lily of the Nile Azalea Japanese Barberry Common Boxwood Camellia Camellia Trailing Ceonothus Umbrella Plant Clivia Tazmanian Tree Fern Fortnight Lily Pride of Madeira Gardenia Daylily Coral Bells Lavender Sea Lavender Big Blue Lily Turf California Wax Myrtle Heavenly Bamboo NCN Dwarf Tobira Rose Upright Rosemary Mexican Sage Purple Potato Bush Lamb's Ear Mexican Marigold Society Garlic European Cranberry Bush Calla Lily

Groundcovers Botanical Name Ajuga reptens Campanula poscharskyana Fragaria chiloensis Gazania rigens leucolaena Isotoma fluvalis Marothon II Sod Ophiopogon japonicus Osteospermum fruticans Rosmarinus o. Huntington Blue' Trachelospermum jasminoides Verbena peruviana

Common Name Carpet Bugle Serbian Bellflower Wild Strawberry Trailing Gazania Blue Star Creeper Lawn Mondo Grass Trailing African Daisy NCN Star Jasmine NCN

MYRICA CALIFORNICA PRUNED AS LOOSE HEDGE FOR PRIVACY (TO BE MAINTAINED AT 6'-0" HIGH BY 4'-0" WIDE)

80'-0" TYP.

064

1234 2 123 0 123 8 122 6 122 4 122 2 122 0 122

051

057

80'-0" TYP.

053 056 061

0 1230 1

054

071 069 068

ZONE B

064 062

070

R.R.T. STEPS

067

8 121

094 072

12 1 24 40 40

075 076 077

ZONE B

095

073

084

EXISTING ANNUAL GRASSES AND WEEDS TO BE MAINTAINED AT 3" OR LESS

085

078

086

087

088

093

096

092

091

097 098

089 090

100

099

Shrubs/Perennials Common Name Indian Mallow Common Yarrow Coyote Brush Bush Anemone Giant Coreopsis Channel Island Tree Poppy Bush Poppy Chalk Dudleya Island Alumroot Chuparosa Tree Mallow California Wax Myrtle Foothill Penstemon 12 20 Lemonade Berry Coulter's Matilija Poppy California Wild Rose Cleveland Sage Chaparral Yucca

12 10

FUEL MODIFICATION PLAN

330.00 WOOD FENCE

PROPOSED PATIOS, PATHWAYS, STEPS AND GARDEN WALLS TO BE IMPERVIOUS GROUTED STONE

1230

ZONE C

PRIVATE RESIDENCE

10 12

DENOTES ZONE LINE BEYOND PROPERTY LINE

1555 BARRYM ORE

DR.

DECK

EMERALD RANCH RETRACTABLE RIDGE SKYLIGHT

SLATE ROOFING, TYP.

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP. T.O.PLATE

EXTERIOR SMOOTH MISSION PLASTER, TYP.

SCONCE, TYP.

42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP.

42" HIGH WROUGHT IRON RAILING AT BALCONYS, TYP. SEE:

SECOND FLOOR F.F.

PLASTER SURROUND AT DOORS AND WINDOWS, TYP.

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP.

EXT. MISSION PLASTER FINISH TYP.

5" COPPER OGEE GUTTER, TYP. 2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

SCONCE, TYP. STAIR LANDING BEYOND

STAIR LANDING BEYOND

STAIRS BEYOND WALL OF ZEN GARDEN, EXTERIOR SMOOTH MISSION PLASTER WITH STONE CAP, TYP.

FOUNTAIN SPITTERS FOUNTAIN TROUGH WALL, STONE. STONE COLUMNS AND CAPS AT STEPS, TYP. STONE COLUMNS AND CAPS AT STEPS, TYP.

ESSED TREE NICHE, TYP. STONE STEPS, TYP.

STONE STEPS, TYP.

STONE FOUNTAIN WALL FIRST FLOOR F.F.

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: T.B.D. CHOATE: D. LINDFORS, P. CHOATE, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN / DRAFTING This high-end home was designed to replace a family’s ranch that had been burned out in Malibu, California. The home is to be the first in a series of houses built for the family on a large swath of land, “Emerald Ranch.” This first house offers a more generic hosting floorplan for various members of hte family to use as their own, private, ranch houses are constructed. NORTH & SOUTH EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

CHIMNEY, TYP.

2X4 COPPER DOWNSPOUT, TYP.

1200 1 0

1220

PROPOSED DROUGHT TOLERANT PLANT LIST

Botanical Name Abutillon palmeri Achillea millefolium Baccharis pilularis Twin Peaks' Carpenteria californica Corpeopsis gigantea Dendromecon harfordii Dendromecon rigidii Dudleya pulverulenta Heuchera maxima Justicia californica Lavatera assurgentifolia Myrica californica Penstemon heterophyllus Rhus integrifolia Romeneya coulteri Rosa californica Salvia clevelandii Yucca Whipplei

060

065

WOOD FENCE

PP

PROPOSED ORNAMENTAL PLANT LIST

057

061

LAWN

POND

E OR YM RR BA IVEASPH DR

0 122

Aleppo Pine Aleppo Pine

0491196.39

12"TREE

1250 1 0

14"

050

064

0 123 040

042

POOL

102

12" HO FIRST FLOOR F.F. 2-6" & 2-8""

Aleppo Pine

Pinus halepensis

GUEST WING FINISH FLOOR

15"

California Walnut

Pinus halepensis

PP

30"

California Walnut

12"TREE 1216.60

(P)16

14"

californica

Pinus halepensis

1252

REMAINS OF BUILDING FOUNDATIONS-NO BUILDING

17"

Juglans californica Pinus halepensis

064

039

12 00

Juglans californica

TREE

035

11 9189 8

California Walnut

30"TREEhalepensis Pinus 1207.02

TE

12"

Almond California Walnut

18" OAK Pinus halepensis

V

033

034

12 10

Almond California Sycamore

californica

1211.58 Pinus halepensis

(P)02

(P)04

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA 90265

21"

Eucalyptus

0 0 24 124 1

Eucalyptus

Prunus dulcis

N 89°47'40" W

24"TREE

2

17"

Eucalyptus

(P)15

GA

8" 14"

Eucalyptus

Prunus dulcis

041

047

36"

Aleppo Pine

Pinus halepensis

286.69

18"

Juglans californica

040 042

18" 20"

Platanus racemoso

039

STONE 043 GARDEN 045 WALL TYP.

(P)01

(P)03

12 40

8 122

041

EMERALD RANCH MAIN HOUSE 2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

11"

Eucalyptus

12"TREE 1205.17Juglans

035 036

0 125

36"

Eucalyptus

Eucalptus viminalis

034

RECIRCULATING STREAM

CALIBER OF TRUNK

California Sycamore

0 123

0 1220

0 1210 1

STONE WALL, TYP. 033

15 GALLON

Eucalyptus

Aleppo Pine

24"TREE 1207.54 Juglans

(P)06

N66 15 GALLON °24' 38 21.3 "W 8'

Eucalyptus

Pinus halepensis 36"TREE

027 030

15 GALLON

Ficus

1216.87

026 028

20"TREE

1222.64 Eucalptus viminalis

24"TREE 1207.96

025

STONE CAP, TYP.

Eucalptus viminalis

(P)05

103

15 GALLON

Aleppo Pine

12'-3"

10 12

024

15 GALLON

SECOND FLOOR F.F.

Eucalyptus

18"TREE 1227.84

Eucalptus viminalis

15"TREE 1209.00

DENOTES ZONE LINE BEYOND PROPERTY LINE

15 GALLON

Choate Associates architects

12 12

OUTDOOR FIREPLACE020

(P)08

1252

D

14 12

Pinus halepensis

(P)07

"

050

24"TREE 12"TREE racemoso Platanus 1226.86 1216.74 10"TREE Eucalptus viminalis 1213.87

015

022

1223.42

ZONE B

ZONE A

058

Ficus spp.

023

15 GALLON

COMMON NAME

Pinus12"TREE halepensis

019 021

Dwarf Olive

Coast Live Oak

Eucalptus viminalis 5"TREE Eucalptus viminalis

MOTOR COURT

15 GALLON

California Sycamore

1220.63 Eucalptus viminalis

6"TREE 1214.49

(P)09

2690 BARRYMORE DRIVE

28 12

1230.74

Quercus agrifolia EP

6"TREE 1215.11

005

Dwarf Olive

15 GALLON T.O.PLATE 15 GALLON

Japanese Maple

42"racemosa HIGH WROUGHT Platanus

003 006

15 GALLON

Dwarf Olive

PP

12 18"TREEIRON RAILING AT 2 12 6 1226.93 BALCONYS, TYP. 2 SEE: 12 4 2 12 2 TREE SCHEDULE EXISTING 2 0 12 NO. 18 BOTANICAL NAME 1 21"TREE 00121 Eucalptus viminalis 1219.85 6 15"TREE 1223.60

5" COPPER007 OGEE GUTTER,013 TYP.014

Dwarf Olive

DOWNSPOUT, ChineseTYP. Evergreen Pear

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

1224.84 EP

(P)10

12 50

32 12

Pyrus kawakamii

30 12

(P)18

4 124

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

(P)16

24"TREE (P)19 1221.44

15 GALLON

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie' Dwarf Olive 1229.31 TW Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'2X4 COPPER Japanese Maple

(P)15 (P)17

40 12

36 12

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

1227.24 TW

(P)14

Dwarf Olive

5" COPPER OGEE Dwarf Olive GUTTER, TYP.

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

(P)12 10" TREE (P)13

TYP.

38 12

1225.81 (P)11 TW1227.71

2 124

30 12

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

15 GALLON

"

22'-0

20'-0" TYP.

(P)08

15 GALLON 15 GALLON

Dwarf Olive

"

30'-0

(P)18

036

'-0

0 123

EXISTING ANNUAL GRASSES AND WEEDS TO BE MAINTAINED AT 3" OR LESS

BREEZEWAY

Dwarf Olive

026

"

15 GALLON

Dwarf Olive

025

'-0

15 GALLON

Dwarf Olive

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

030

2

ZONE B

027

12

Dwarf Olive

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

PH: 310.477.1547 1808 Sawtelle Boulevard Los Angeles, California 90025

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'

Olea europaea 'Little Ollie'1239.41 22" TREE 1236.99 Olea europaea 'Little Ollie' 12" TREE SLATE ROOFING,

GATE FENCE

50 12

15 GALLON

8 124

15 GALLON

Dwarf Olive

(P)06 (P)07

1220.09 EP

SIZE

Dwarf Olive

(P)05

(P)04

1223.57 TW

COMMON NAME

6 124

(P)03

1241.30 13" TREE

TREE Ollie' Olea europaea16" 'Little

NEW D ACCESRIVEWA Y S RO AD

GATE

EMERALD RANCH

Olea europaea1239.53 'Little Ollie'

(P)02

(P)11

0 125

16'-0 "

BOTANICAL NAME

(P)01

028

1

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NO.

(P)12 1243.89 15" TREE

1242.66 24" TREE

C. Peter Choate, Senior Partner Douglas Lindfors, AIA, Architect Courtenay Choate Moritz partners

1241.59 10" TREE

1241.41 13" TREE

H Y

0 1240

1241.41 10" TREE

32 12

ZONE B

(P)13

1244.09 16" TREE

1238.99 13" TREE 1237.89 12" TREE 1233.30 28" TREE

ZONE C

020

(P)14

PREVIOUSLY DEVELOPED PRIVATE RESIDENCE (DESTROYED BY FIRE SCHEDULED TO BE REBUILT)

DENOTES EXISTING TREE THAT EITHER DID NOT SURVIVE THE FIRE STORM OR WAS LATER REMOVED LA COUNTY 1238.57AS RECOMMENDED BY THE UTILITY POLE 11" TREE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND THEPPW/METER ERB

DRIVEWAY AND MOTORCOURT TO BE PERVIOUS DECOMPOSED GRANITE WITH STABILIZER AND 3/8" DEL RIO PEA GRAVEL COMPACTED INTO TOP LAYER

024

MAY 20, 2009

0 1250 1

1250 1 0

PROPOSED TREE

022

38 DECEMBER 12 18, 2008

(P)19

ZONE B

PROPERTY LINE

EXISTING TREE

PROPOSED TREE SCHEDULE

007

JUNE 40 10, 2008 12 JULY 11, 2008

1241.15 12" TREE

1236.67 18" TREE

006

013

REVISIONS 40

125 0

ORNAMENTAL LANDSCAPING ZONE

PRIVACY HEDGE Myrica californica 15" -TREE

000

EXISTING ANNUAL GRASSES AND WEEDS TO BE MAINTAINED AT 3" OR LESS

122 0

1243.96 11" TREE

ZONE C

COY PAD 014

0 50 25 12 1

PROPERTY LINE

LAWN PROPOSED AREA = 1,386 SQ. FT. (NOT TO 1248.47 EXCEED 25% TOTAL LANDSCAPING PER TREE 17"OF (SECTION 22.52.2230.A,B))

KOI POND

2 1252 1

TOTAL AREA OF TURF/LAWN = 1,386 SQ. FT.

PERCENTAGE OF DROUGHT TOLERANT LANDSCAPING IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE = 82.1%

VACANT LAND (SPARSE COASTAL SAGE SCRUB)

1250 1 DENOTES ZONE LINE BEYOND PROPERTY LINE

NE W AC DRIV CE SS EWA RO AD Y

126 0

58 1258 1

1230 1

TOTAL LANDSCAPED AREA IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE = 14,897 SQ. FT.

0 1260 1

PERCENT OF LANDSCAPING THAT IS TURF/LAWN

1230 1

PERCENT OF DROUGHT TOLERANT LANDSCAPING IN FRONT OF RESIDENCE

My role in the project included drafting and documentation. In addition to drawing the house, I 3D modeled the site and collaborated to prepare a landscaping plan that would pass the increasingly strict Los Angeles County Fire Codes.

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NORTH BOULDER RESIDENCE BOULDER, COLORADO COMPLETION:2007 COBURN: B. HOLICKY ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM Professional work at Coburn Development includes this modern remodel in North Boulder, Colorado. This home was originally built in the 1970’s. We designed a sustainable remodel for an artistic family of four. The home has a smaller footprint to lessen impact as well as features including materials, envelope, solar electricity and hot water as well as daylighting and common sense design. When it came time to photograph this home it was nice to see our strategies working as a wild visitor enjoyed the yard surrounding the project. My role on this project includes collaboration on design development and client visualization, solar studies, construction documentation and administration. Holicky. The last page features some photos and the house plans. Photography & Drawings: Lauren Tichy


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LANDSCAPE TOWNHOUSE SAUSALITO, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION:T.B.D. MIND|DAY: E.B. Min, Architect MY ROLE: DESIGN An enthusiastic tech client of Min|Day’s purchased a view townhome in Sausalito and set out to remodel his home to reflect his interest in ergonomics and freedom. We set out to accomplish these goals by proposing “furniture as landscape.” Each area for living is not defined by traditional furniture, but by a series of firm upholstered landscape objects calibrated to ergonomic ideals. We proposed landscape options for the dining, living, deck areas and master bedroom. The guest room was traditionally furnished for the client’s elderly Mother.

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PROJECT NORTH TRUE NORTH

Phase I of the buildout included the dining room. For the dining room we proposed a reconfigurable “dining boat” this dining area allows flexibility for diners to sit crosslegged or to remove pieces of cushion under the platform in order to sit Western-traditionally. This dining platform was built by Mueller Nicholls of Oakland, CA and upholstered by Fransician interiors. Drawings, sketches and renderings by me 1/4" =by 1'-0" ENTRY LEVEL PLAN 1 Photo Staff at Fransician Interiors

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POCKET GEMS II SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION:2012 MIN|DAY: E.B. MIN, ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER This mobile gaming company is a repeat startup client of the Min|Day San Francisco office. Pocket Gems desired a space North of Market Street in Downtown San Francisco that was both inexpensively produced and impressive with regards to their engineering recruitment and branding efforts. The space is defined by color - red spaces signal interaction and social atmosphere, while blue spaces are for working. Parametric technologies were utilized to create carpet plans that outlined these different types of spaces. Photos by: Bruce Damnonte Diagrams by: Ashley Byars @ Min|Day


CHARTBOOST

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: 2013 MIN|DAY: E.B. MIN ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER Chartboost approached Min|Day needing a space attractive to both potential talent and wider tech community members while operating under the restrictive confines of a short lease. We worked with furniture vendors, mural artists, fabricators to create an atmosphere that was comfortable and considered. In addition to creating overall material schemes, four major spaces were created including a Tetris fun room, Parklet area, Dining Room/University and a new Entry. The Entryway physicalizes the client’s work literally by representing games through stacked boxes adorned with each Game’s logo. This physicalization has been popular with mobile gaming professionals. Photo: Cesar Rubio


CHARTBOOST - PARKLET

SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION: 2013 MIN|DAY: E.B. MIN ARCHITECT MY ROLE: DESIGN TEAM MEMBER Part of the buildout for Chartboost’s space included a reconfigurable “Parklet” piece to sit within their indoor park. The Parklet is realized as a large rectangular basin that is made of five pieces that are able to roll around or be locked into place on casters. Chartboost is able to create a myriad landscape of seating possibilities from these componants. The parklet is made from formaldehyde-free CDX My role on this project: Designer Photo: Cesar Rubio


+ ACADEMIC WORK GRADUATE THESIS

PIRATE INFRASTRUCTURES: POST-SUBURBAN ARCHIPELAGIA

SOFTSYSTEMS STUDIO: FOLLY AIRIUM CITY/SPACE/SHARE STUDIO: (OP)SPACE


PIRATE INFRASTRUCTURES: POST SUBURBAN ARCHIPELAGIO MAY: 2011 CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS GRADUATE THESIS: H.HYNES ADVISER

The seemingly inexorable spreading of suburban sprawl demands analogous description and apocalyptic terminology. It spreads like a virus, floats on the landscape like debris, chokes the environment like a weed. The recent disruption of this inexorable spread invites new comparisons: the analogy of the archipelago invokes geologic forces that describe both the pressures that created suburbia as well as the systems that underlie the present state of crises. The archipelago analogy describes economically underwater areas of the neighborhood as a new type of navigable landscape. By utilizing the lens of the architect, change is catalyzed within an existing development through positing value-based design strategies. These strategies are an ethical response to those previously implemented by developers and planners lacking foresight and a larger view of responsibility. The architect creates a system to be deployed by interest groups. This thesis explores the implications of pirating previously built developments. The created navigational system catalyzes a polytopian vision that tests the relationship of systemic and local infrastructural intervention while positively exploiting the potentialities of suburbia as an informational and material ecosystem. The citizen agent pirates the suburbs: the material and infrastructure within the suburbs is too valuable to not be opportunistically re-appropriated. A pirate sees light posts as a harvest-able forest, propertylines as irrelevant and both people and water as treasure. This system of resource reallocation, cross-referenced with values such as connectivity to transit arteries, natural resource exploitation and the creation of networked microeconomies creates a new and productive layer on the suburban system.


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FIBER SPINDLE: MOVEMENT MECHANISM ON RAILS WINDOW MULLION PROVIDES INTITIAL PLUG-IN BELLOW

INTERIOR

AIR

DIRTY AIR NOZZLE, TYP.

UNFILTERED AIR

COLLECTED WATER

FILTERED, MOVING AIR DESIRED TEMPERATURE

FIBER SPINDLE: MOVEMENT MECHANISM ON RAILS WINDOW MULLION PROVIDES INTITIAL PLUG-IN BELLOW

INTERIOR

DIRTY AIR NOZZLE, TYP.

AIR FUNNEL AIR FORCED THROUGH BELLOWS THROUGH WATER-AIR FILTER

AIR

UNFILTERED AIR

COLLECTED WATER

FILTERED, MOVING AIR DESIRED TEMPERATURE

CARBON FIBER FRAMEWORK AIR FUNNEL AIR FORCED THROUGH BELLOWS THROUGH WATER-AIR FILTER

FIBER SPINDLE: MOVEMENT MECHANISM ON RAILS EXTERIOR OF BUILDING

LINKED BELLOWS ACTION

SILK/CARBON FIBER FRAMEWORK

CARBON FIBER FRAMEWORK FIBER SPINDLE: MOVEMENT MECHANISM ON RAILS EXTERIOR OF BUILDING

LINKED BELLOWS ACTION

SILK/CARBON FIBER FRAMEWORK

CATERPILAIR COMPLETION: FALL2010 CCA SOFT SYSTEMS STUDIO J.JOHNSON/N.GATTEGNO

MARKET STREET - BART

AIR: DIRECTIONALITY AND MOVEMENT

The project introduced the ideas of temporality and performance in relation to an intervention. We studied parasitical CATERPILLAIR’S REPEAT VISIT TAKES OVER BUILDING FOR MORE EFFICIENT ACCESS AND OPTIMAL AIR FLOW: POISON insects that perform functions having specific inputs and outputs to relate to our project goals. CATERPILLAIR WORKING

such as the parking garage can be made accessible for the BSA’s to effe�vl;y clean up a�er polluters.

MUSCLES REST Over the AT course of 24 hours the module travels The created path webs suck water out of the air as down silk paths constructed previously by earlier CAT- silk does. This collected water is used in small water reservoirs to push air through to create a par�culate ERPILLAIR itera�ons. During the day whenCHEMICAL emissions INPUT lter. are highest the modules travel down the paths to ar-

Addi�onally this corrosive behavior, the poison of the hairs, creates pa�erns in the building which opens new opportuni�es for the modules’s to further clean the air and serve the users of the building’s air.

+ demand forMOVEMENT fresh air AIR: DIRECTIONALITY AND

As the caterpillair modules travel over the site and create pathways to recurring problem and desire areas the create an intricate web. As this web solidi-

MARKET STREET - BART

LITIES

UN: DIRECTIONALITY AND CATCHMENT AREAS :

DUCT SHAFT

es and paths emerge it itself begins to corrode the VING EXISITING POROSITIES framework of the building - it is in this way that areas

The second part of the CATERPILLAIRs job is to respond to building user’s requests for fresh air. Upon request the robots construct a lter from the carbon bers and push air through the constructed lter and through the created bellows into the condi�oned space. Addi�onally a�er business hours when the en�re buildings’ volume does need to be condi�oned, the module responds to late workers and maintenance crew workers providing fresh and temperature condi�oned air.

CATERPILLAIR MOVINGthe ALONG CaterpillAIR, TRACK My project, strives to breathe new life into the existing, sealed building by creating an inFIBROUS TRACK MADE BYhermetically CATERPILLAIR tervention that is self-sustaining while performing the task of filtering air through collected water. The intervention moves along tracks in order to breathe air into specific sections of + demand for heat or coolth + moves module to loca�on +moving clean the building. PIPE SHAFT ELEVATORS

CHEMICAL INPUT

eas where areas of carbon emissions frequently occur. [New paths are possible to adapt to where new areas of new par�culates are happening. ] A�er the BSA travels to the site where emissions are happening, it sucks up the bad par�cles and metamorphosizes them through a cocooning process. The cocooned par�culates become part of the carbon ber web reservoir.

This project invited us to develop a parasite to inhabit the ecosystem surrounding One Bush Street. This ecosystem was evaluated via site visits and data collected from various sources including Google Earth and wind data people.

BUSH STREET

LITIES

DUCT SHAFT

BUSH STREET

VING EXISITING POROSITIES

SUN: DIRECTIONALITY AND CATCHMENT AREAS

PIPE SHAFT ELEVATORS

The CATERPILAIR project was a 2 week charette at the beginning of the Soft Systems studio.

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MUSCLES AT REST CHEMICAL INPUT SPIRACLE, TYP

WATER AIR

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CATERPILLAR, ELEVATION - OPEN SPIRACLES CHEMICAL INPUT

WATER AIR

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SPIRACLE, TYP

CATERPILLAR, ELEVATION

WATER AIR

CHEMICAL INPUT

CATERPILLAR, ELEVATION - MORE CLOSED SPIRACLES

AIR AND WATER

eas where areas of carbon emissions frequently occur. [New paths areCATERPILLAR, possible to adapt to where new areas PLAN of new par�culates are happening. ] A�er the BSA travels to the site where emissions are happening, it sucks up the bad par�cles and metamorphosizes them through a cocooning process. The cocooned par�culates become part of the carbon ber web reservoir. STAGNANT AIR

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MOVING AIR

MUSCLES AT WORK

CATERPILLAR SPIRACLES

: MUSCLES AT WORK

Over the course of 24 hours the module travels

The created path webs suck water out of the air as

The second part of the CATERPILLAIRs job is to respond to building user’s requests for fresh air. Upon request the robots construct a lter from the carbon bers and push air through the constructed lter and through the created bellows into the condi�oned space. Addi�onally a�er business hours when the en�re buildings’ volume does need to be condi�oned, the module responds to late workers and mainte-

es and paths emerge it itself begins to corrode the framework of the building - it is in this way that areas such as the parking garage can be made accessible for the BSA’s to effe�vl;y clean up a�er polluters. Addi�onally this corrosive behavior, the poison of the hairs, creates pa�erns in the building which opens new opportuni�es for the modules’s to further clean the air and serve the users of the building’s air.

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AIRIUM ONE BUSH PLAZA: SAN FRANCISCO, CA COMPLETION: 2010 Soft Systems Studio: N.Gattegno/J.Johnson Designed with Andrei Hakhovich What if energy generation became a catalyst for creative exchange and production? The Airium project aims to create a space that both harvests energy out of thin air while and encouraging creative energy. One Bush Street sits on a site at the intersection of the grid shift in downtown San Francisco. In addition to the opportunities of the site within the urban fabric, the intervention was initially developed by SOM to provide downtown SF with some usable open public space – a sort of sunken public living room. By adding a space for program other than office work to happen downtown, new creative exchanges will occur. The existing building program is highly undifferentiated and controlled into partitions and clusters; the proposal embraces a gradient from this sort of officespace order, to creatively disordered space. The proposal is to harness air potentialities created by the air movement within the urban fabric using a solar chimney system with turbines embedded within a hotel for the purpose of creating a catalyst for creative exchange and collaboration. Through attractors and the use of logic’s embedded within a software model, we’ve optimized conditions for energy production at this larger scale. At the scale of the building skin, we’re using wind belts to harvest even more energy while also creating a locally-customizable facade system that responds to both wind direction and day-lighting requirements. In addition to wind energies, the intervention space aims to align with incubator spaces associated with the sort of “start-up” garage office with a focus on programs that incorporate air [i.e. indoor skydiving, dancing, music, kite flying, etc]. These spaces foster new ideas and relationships through the accessibility of flexible, usable space.


Zero1 Biennial Conventioneers

Art Gallery Crowd

Theme: ÔBuild Your Own WorldÕ

3 Museums

25,000 attendees in 2008

2 Galleries

4 Days, Sep 16th-19th

First Fridays on SoFA

at the intersection of art & technology

S.J. State University Students

Neighborhood Residents 2000 census data

Science

17%

01 A R SJ

01 SJ

art gallery SPUR exhibit

cinema

show and share with the public.

student show

pet supplies

farmers market science fair

clothing store

flower shop

shoe store

shopping and all things retail.

community thrift

ice cream shop

martini bar

Engineering

commuters

99.5%

Humanities & Arts

near on campus

Applied Science & Art

SJ

renters

Student Population

Degrees Awarded

Maya and Thazin met in the freshman dorms at San Jose State University. They are both majoring in mechanical engineering and immediately joined the HPV (human powered vehicle) student group when they found out about the annual campus crawl. Neither one likes to cook so they eat out a lot.

A SJ

01 R

Fashion Show

Bike Kitchen sunday

lecture

coffee shop

OP(Taste)

Business

Social Sciences

student body 30,785

saturday

OP(Shop)

UG Studies

Education

93%

18yr+

Pamela Atkins has lived off of First street for seventeen years. She has witnessed fluctuations of neighbors and businesses. She religiously attends First Fridays and always saves Works Gallery for last as it is her favorite. She wishes there were more of the basics in the neighborhood like food and a bookstore.

Wine Tasting friday

OP(Exhibit)

43% Caucasian 30% Asian 17% Hispanic 14% African American

A R SJ

DJ Lounge

thursday

zero1 press event

R

Cherri Lakey & Brian Eder own and curate the Anno Domini gallery as well as Phantom Gallery in SoFA. Their goal is to expose the rich culture of the area & foster the growth of the art community. The art scene draws both artists and appreciators alike. On the first Friday of each month all of the galleries and museums keep their doors open late. The event draws lots of people and makes SoFA come alive.

Hugo Ortega traveled to the 01SJ Biennial from Chicago, this is his third year at the convention. Last year he spent most of his time at an installation that tracked peopleÕs position in the convention and allowed you to experience the event from multiple perspectives at once. This year heÕs doing research for an installation he wants to propose to IIT.

43%

30%

A

01

Welcome Reception

$24,005 /capita Income 14%

taco stand bakery

sustenance and libations.

pop-up restaurant

puppet show

DJ dance party

poetry reading

beer making bike kitchen

arduino programming

OP(Scene)

OP(Lab)

live performance and time based events.

hands-on making experiments.

live music

fashion show

classroom

test kitchen

demonstrations

prototyping

(SPACE) Target Groups


B Mod Code:

A

B B B E

A D D’ B’ B B B E

A

A

D C

C

3’ clearance

Grid No.:

04 06

22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38

Mod Elevation (Not in Order: Follow Plan Order)

D’

52 54

Scale: 1’-0” = 1/8”

Instructions: 1. Place each module on the grid as shown on the plan diagram. 2. Line them up by making sure that the module mid points are on Works’ mid points. 3. Place 8 plateaus from Bs to create ramp as shown above. 4. There should be 3’ clearance on the left side of the gallery as well as the middle of the aggregation. Capacity:

A

B’

20 Seats ~ 20 Additional swiss cheese seats 6’ Bar/ Welcome Counter (C) 16’ Ramp from plateaus in Bs

D

B

B

B

Key: L L’ L

Name of Module (A/B/C/D/E) Module flipped from original direction Module from the previous aggregation From the previous aggregation From the current aggregation

E

Core modules that stay in the same position from the previous aggregation

L

L

A

Module moved from original ( L ) to the new postition ( L ) Module moved/shifted towards the left of the gallery Module moved/shifted towards the right of the gallery Joint connection is changed by ~90 Joint connection is changed by ~180

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Sunday 09/19/10

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Saturday 09/18/10

01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

Friday 09/17/10

01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

09/16/10

01:00 02:00 03:00 04:00 05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

05:00 06:00 07:00 08:00 09:00 10:00 11:00 12:00

AM

B C D E

Module flipped from original direction

C

PM Thursday

A

(OP)SPACE

The fashion show event showcases shoes by

Pillar and Dio.

(SCENE) Fashion Show

ORIGINAL INSTALL: WORKS GALLERY, SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA COMPLETION:2010 CCA CITY/SPACE/SHARE STUDIO: M.ELKHAFIF/K.BEIG DESIGNED WITH ALEXA GETTING FABRICATED WITH OUR STUDIO TEAM AT CCA OP(space) The goal of the studio was to design a project that is a flexible, transportable, and reconfigurable architecture in order to help re-activate the empty storefronts that rupture the urban fabric of downtown San Jose. The design is a series of 10 hinged hexagons, that can be opened or closed to adapt to the needs of the users. As each hexagonal piece opens: a seat becomes a table, which potentially becomes a wall – flexible space. The winning concept of the studio, designed by Alexa Getting and myself and was fabricated and assembled this past summer by a team of CCA students led by Mona El-Khafif (Studio Instructor) and Kory Bieg (Fabricator/Designer). The Op(Space) project was featured at the San Jose SJ01 Tech Biennal.


OP (Lab) - Classroom

4'0"

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6'0"

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2'0"

3'0"

26'0"

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3'-4 1/2"

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6'-11 1/2"

4'-11"

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walking 6"

walking

5'-2 1/2"

2'-6 1/2" 6"

3'-5 3/4"

6"

5'4"

5'-3 3/4" 6"1'-7 3/4"

2'-0 3/4"

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6 3/4" 1'-2 1/2"1'-6 1/2"

1'-8 1/4" 5'2"

7'-5 1/2"

4'-5 1/2" 10'0"

6"

6"

3'0"

5'-2 1/2"

6'-0"

6"

3'-5 3/4" 6"

6"

3'-5 3/4"

2'-3"

2'-3"

2'-3"

OP (Taste) - Food Battle

6'-1 1/4"

1'-3 3/4"

2'-9"

4'-0 1/2"

6'-1 1/4"

10'0"

6'0"

6'-0"

4'-0"

1'-9" 6"

6" 3'-5 3/4" 3'-5 3/4" 6"

6" 3'-5 3/4"

4'-5"

4'0"

1'-8 3/4"

3'-5 3/4" 6"

surface

2'-0"

6" 1'-9"

6" 2'0"

5'-2 1/2" 6"

3'-4 3/4"6" 3'-6 3/4"

6" 6'-11 1/2"

3'0"

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6"

6" 4'0"

4'0" 2'-7 1/2"

6"

5'4"

6"1'-7 1/2"

6"1'-7 1/2"

5'-3 3/4"

surface

26'-0"

display

display

3'-0 3/4"

2'-6 1/4" 6'-7"

4'-11 1/4"

5'-10 1/4"

8'-5 3/4"

3'-6 1/4"

3'-7 1/2"

stage

stage

22'-3"

15'8"

seating 6'-2 3/4"

7'-0 1/4"

3'-3 1/2"

4'-7 3/4"

3'-3 1/2"

4'-7 3/4"

5'-11 1/4"

seating

2'-4 1/2"

3'-6 1/2" 26'-5 3/4"

2'-0" 2'0"

4'-0"

2'0"

10'0"

6'0"

OP(Taste) Food Battle

4'-3 3/4"

1'-11"

1'-4 1/4"

1'-6 3/4"

1'-11 1/2"

2'-10 1/2"

1'-8 3/4"

3'-0 1/4"

6 1/2"

1'-9 1/2"

11 1/2"

4'-3 3/4"

11 3/4"

1'-11"

1'-11 1/2"

1'-9"

1'-9"

1'-8 3/4"

1'-8 3/4"

22'-3"

1'-4 1/2"

1'-4 1/4"

3'-4 1/4"

1'-2 1/4"

2'-10 3/4"

1'-4 1/2"

4'1"

1'-4 1/4"

15'-2 3/4"

4'-3 1/4"

21'2"

3'5"

4'-2 1/4"

4'-1 1/4"

9 1/2"

2'-1"

6 1/2"

3'-5 1/2"

14'-1 3/4"

2'-9 1/2"

8 1/2"

4'-0 1/2"

1'-3" 3'5"

4'-2 3/4"

4'-8 1/4"

1'-5 3/4"

10 3/4"

19'-8 1/2"

3'-8 3/4"

1'1"

1'-8 3/4" 1'9"

3'-5 3/4"

1'9"

1'-2 1/4" 6 1/2"

10'-10 1/4"

1'0"

1'-8 3/4"

2'-4 1/4"

1'-3 3/4" 1'-8 3/4" 1'9"

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

3'-9 1/2" 15'-0 3/4"

3'-5 1/2"

15'-9 3/4"

2'-4 1/4"

10 3/4"

2'-9 1/2"

6 1/2"

2'-0 3/4"

1'-5 3/4"

1'-2 3/4"

4'-2 3/4"

3'-4 3/4"

3'-0 1/4"

3'-5 3/4"

3'-6 1/2" 1'-3" 2'-1 1/4"

1'9" 3'-8 3/4"

1'-2 1/4"

2'-10 3/4"

14'-9 1/4"

6'-11 1/2"

1'-3 3/4"

6 1/2"

1'-1 3/4"

3'-1 1/2" 1'0"

1'9"

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7'-11 1/2"

4'-3 1/4"

2'-11 1/2" 3'-9 1/2" 10'-1 1/2"

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2'-7 1/2"

4'1" 15'-3 3/4"

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11 1/2"

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15'-2 3/4"

1'2" 8 1/4"

3'-0 1/4"

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5'-2 1/2"

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1'-8 3/4" 1'-9"

B

11 1/4"

15'8"

1'-5 1/4"

11 1/2"

1'2"

10 3/4"

1'-1 3/4"

8'-7 3/4"

1'9"

2'-10"

OP(Lab) Classroom

4'-8 1/2"

3'-5 3/4"

11 1/2"

4'0"

1'9"

3'-4 1/2" 10 3/4"

3'0"

1'-11 3/4"

1'-11 1/2"

2'0"

11 1/4"

6'-11 1/2"

1'-7 3/4"

7'-11 1/2"

1'-8 3/4" 1'9"

A

6'-1 1/4"

1'6"

6'0"

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4'0"

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1'6"

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4'-0"

1'-9"

2'-0" 2'-0"

1'-2 1/4"

6'-2 3/4"

S

4'-1 1/4"

9 1/2"

2'-0 1/2"

5 3/4"

19'-1 1/4"

9 3/4" 1'-9 3/4"

WALKING

5 3/4"

4'-4"

7'-0 3/4"

9 3/4" 1'-9 3/4" 5 3/4"

SEATING

7"

1'-7 1/2"

3'0"

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7'-11 1/2"

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22'-3"

21'-7"

1'1"

3'-11" 8'-7 3/4"

1'1"

4'-4 1/2"

4'4" 15'8"

SURFACE DISPLAY STAGE FREE SPACE

These sections evolved over time as programmatic and reality based challenges pulled each piece in different directions. The hexagon shape originated through a geometrical study of the amount of usable facets and unfolding polygon can have. The hexagon provides more opportunity for the program footprint to unfold cleanly. The exterior shapes share a geometric relationship with one another. This relative change creates a torque which can be lengthened or dramatized through different aggregations. As the pieces are aggregated this relative exterior relationship also signals the changing interior programs. The interior shapes share a less geometric and more programmatic relation with one another, this change in relation creates a tension between the interior and exterior skin.


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