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EXPERIENCE 08.08 - 05.12

NATIONAL HON NO OR SOCIETY - TOP 10% FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS E OF AMERI MERICA CA DISTRIBU DIST RIBUTIVE TIVE EDU D CATION CLUBS OF AMERICA BE A LEA LEADE DER FOUN FOU DATI DAT ON - CHA CHAPTER PTER FOUNDER + PRESIDENT

MESA ME SA CC - ST STUD UDY Y AB ABRO ROAD AD

MIGUEL SOLORIO msolorio@email.arizona.edu

623 . 999 . 2213 msolorio.myportfolio.com

Miguel Solorio is an aspiring architect from Phoenix, Arizona with ample experience in a itectural design, graphic design, and arch custom fabrication. He will be receiving his accredited bachelor's degree this spring from the University of Arizona. His passion for design and architecture can be traced back to his childhood which he spent frequently relocating. It was through these experiences that he began to formulate his understanding of space and culture. In many instances, Miguel experienced living in low-income and minority-dominated communities where her liv iving ving conditions were re depl eplorab orable orab le. These le These condit conditions ions did not allo allow al w commun communitie itiess to gro gr w and live live comforta comf ortably. bly. Des Despite pite the fac fact, t, Migue Miguel unde d rstood that these communities were complex networks that were culturally rich.

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Miguel aspires to give backk to communities in need through socially responsible design that is pragmatic yet quietly playful, driven with a desire to make the most out of local resources.

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BUSI ES + COMMU BUSINESS COMMUNICA NICATION TION FRAN R CE BELG GIUM GERMANY GERM A LUXE XEMBOU MBOUR RG NETH HERLA E NDS

UN NIVERSITY OF ARIZ ZONA B. ARCH [ACCREDITED] 3.3 GPA - TOP 15% TAU SIGMA DELTA HONOR SOCIETY AIAS - MENTORSHIP COORDINATOR SLADEK TRUST SCHOLAR ACSF SCHOLAR HSF SCHOLAR PTA SCHOLAR

TOM PR P AIRIE ARCHITECTS

SPS SP S + AR ARCH CHIT ITEC ECTS T

TRAINED NEW EMPL TRAINED EMPLOYEES . EFFICIENTLY SEATING GUESTS . MIDDLE-MAN BETWEEN FLOOR + KITCHEN

SKILLS DRAFTING / 3D MODELING AUTOCAD.............................................................................. RHINO................................................................................... REVIT....................................................................................

GRAPHIC REPRESENTATION

KNOWLEDGE HANDS - ON HAND DRAFTING . LASER CUTTING CNC MILLING . WOOD WORKING METALL WO META WORKIN RKING . CONC RKING CO RETE ETE CAS CASTING TING MODELL MAKING MODE MAKING

CONS CO N TR RUC U TION WOOD FRAMING . ROOF + WALL SHEATHING CONCRETE POURING + FORMWORK . MASONRY GROUTING . FIRE BLOCKING .

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DRAF A TING . 3D MO ODELING . MOD MODEL-M EL-MAKIN AKING RENDERIN REND R G . PHOTOSHO HOP P . SPAC CE-PLANNI A NG SCHE CHEMATI MATIC C PROGRA PROGRAMMING . AS SB BUILT TS DETAILING

ST FRA RANCIS 08.12 - 05.17

066.16-12.16

DRAFTING . AS S BUILTS . DETAILING CONSTRUC CTION T DOC OCUMEN MENTATI TATION ON

PHOTOSHOP/LIGHTROOM................................................... ILLUSTRATOR...................................................................... INDESIGN.............................................................................

RENDERING KERKYTHEA......................................................................... LUMION.................................................................. ........ ............. FELIX FELI X...................................................................................

HOBBIES PHOTOGRAPHY SKATEBOARDING PHYS Y ICAL FITNESS

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CONTENTS

ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM EXTENSION TUCSON, AZ // SPRING 2016

MONTESORRI COMMUNITY CENTER TUCSON, AZ // SPRING 2014

SENTINAL HOUSE TUCSON, AZ // FALL 2016

SYNCLASTIC SHELL TUCSON, AZ // FALL 2015

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CENTER FOR INFORMATION + COLLABORATION FALL 2015 // TUCSON, AZ

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OBSERVATION TOWER FALL 2014 // SONOITA, AZ

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION OF NW TUCSON SPRING 2015 // TTUCSON, AZ

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BLACK STEEL KITCHEN SUMMER 2016 // TDALLAS, TX

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MERCADO DE LA MERCED FALL 2015 // TMEXICO CITY, MX 4


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T E CHNI CAL SY STEM S I N TEG R ATI O N | CE NT E R F OR I N F O R M ATI O N + C O L L A B O R ATI O N

Derivative of major circulatory routes, three branches intersect to establish a node where traffic is drawn into the library via a collaborative gradient. The symbolic collaborative gradient is defined by lightwells and programmatic relationships to the node. As one approached the node, the fostering of community and collaboration becomes more apparent. Contextual relationship is found within the intermediate branch-pockets via material and nature.

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qty

function

requested area (sf)

actual area (sf)

subtotal (sf)

lobby/reception/lounge cafe counter prep/storage seating gallery (sm) gallery (lg) auditorium community meeting

1,200 800

1,200 944

1200 944

public

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

1500 4000 6000 3000

1448 3046 4069 2544

guest services/check-out reference desk reference (closed stacks) (open stacks) architecture collections Photography collections fine arts collections work room (lg) work room (md)

200

300

300

1400

1200

1200

information

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2

3200 4000 3600 400 480

3248 4074 3800 350 430

3248 4074 3800 350 430

collaboration

programmatic analysis

8 80 36 10 16 1 1 2

open study study carrels computer stations study room (lg) study room (sm) multimedia lab conference room (lg) conference room (md)

9600 1920 648 2400 1920 1500 400 400

10000 800 (83) 900(53). 2150 (9) 2200 (15) 1300 390 220 (1)

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staff work area 640 staff offices (enclosed) 1920 visiting faculty office director’s office 180 staff work room 320 breakout (informal meeting) 240 circulation services 800 servers 1000 infomation technology shipping/receiving 200

400 2400 (16)

400 2400

181 300 270 700 850

181 300 270 700 850

service access only

aud itori

um

SLOW

hvac zone #4 (11x17 ' ahu)

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SLOW

exhaus intake

1448 3046 4069 2544 13,251 total sf

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10000 800 900 2150 2200 1300. 390 220

1 3 3

1 4 1 1 1 3/3 6 4

circulation + structure -public stair -egress stair -Elevators -columns, envelope, + partitions Mechanical + Service -underground mechanical -hvac ahu rooms -fire riser room -main electrical room -main distribution frame -intermediate distribution frame + electrical closet public restrooms janitor closet + storage

outdoor cafe seating exterior terraces

1291 1485 336 2199 360 2809 225 340 200 240 3733 440 13,658 total sf 63,572 total bgsf *public plaza 9842 9842 total sf 73414 total bgsf


three circulatory routes establish a node

node established form via traffice patterns

anchoring to site via site extension

vertical extrusion + route preservation

collaborative gradient as a design catalyst

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80'


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Level 4

15 4'-0"

51-0"

4'-0"

16

4'-0"

14

4'-0"

10

4'-0"

collections Level 3 32'-0"

4'-0"

8

4'-0"

4'-0"

study

4'-0"

52'-0"

12

13

screen serves as heat/light filter

Level 2

4'-0"

6

16'-0"

7 9 1

gallery

*receded wall at screen for increased ventilation

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partial elevation

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1. rusted steel screen 2. welded steel plate 3. 18"x18" conc. column w/footing 4. decomposed granite 5. sunken lighting 6. 8" concrete slab on metal deck 7. 24" deep steel beam spanning 45' 8. 24" deep steel beam spanning 16'

key wall section scale 1/4" = 1'-0" 5'

Level g 0'-0"

5

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4'-0"

11 2

10'

20'

9. overhead hvac system 10. overhead diffuser 11. overhead lighting 12. steel bracket w/ expansion bolts 13. steel railing 14. welded + bolted anchor 15. flashing 16. sloped roof

scale 1/4" = 1'-0" 5'

20'

partial plan

scale 1/4" = 1'-0" 5'

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132" 12"

100"

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42" 36" Level 2 12'-0"

7"

144"

*all stairs maintain a consistent 7" rise and 12" run

12"

EQ

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Level 1 0’-0”

4'

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PLAN 1.0 scale 1"=1'-0"

PLAN 2.0 scale 1"=1'-0"

section a scale 1"=1'-0"

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24"

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IDF + ELECTRIC. CLOSET

smaller 4' exhaust grill

IDF + ELECTRIC. CLOSET (re-distribution)

ahu HVAC ZONE #1 EXHAUST LOUVRES SERVING OPEN FLUSHED WITH FINISH COLLABORATIVE SPACE

book stacks exhasut overhead + flushed grills above 12' floor to ceiling

study exhasut overhead + flushed grills above 12' floor to ceiling

30" secondary FLEXIBLE duct branch TO WRAP AROUND FLOOR PLATE OPENNING

exhausted located near heat gaining glazing to mitigate room temperature

typical 4'x2' supply diffusers flush w/ ceiling + 15'o.c

FLUSHED OUTLET THROUGH SLAB

LIGHTING HUNG lobby exhasut FROM STEEL DECK overhead + flushed grills above 12' floor to ceiling

supply

main electricity + mdf RM water harvesting

transformer stepped-down electricty to main electrical rm

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mech. room SITE UTILITY CONNECTION water + steam

distribution fireproofed encased shaft from overhead from parking

mech. rm utility distributed to smaller hvac rooms on wings (4 total)


shared exhaust grill shared by comm. meeting + small gallery

ahu HVAC ZONE #3 serving study + book stacks shaft located behind section cut

to below grade cistern

EXHAUST LOUVRES FLUSHED WITH FINISH

chilled water + steam to ahu from mech. rm

PARKIN

G 10%

SLOPE

section a 1/4"=1’-0”

3' 0'

6' 12'

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S YMBO LS + AS S E M BL Y | A R I ZO N A STATE M U SEU M EX T E N S IO N

The Arizona State Museum takes architectural precedent in Boston’s Public Library (Charles Follem M cKim, 1895, Renaissance Revival/ Beaux-Arts) which takes precedent in the Palazzo dell a Cancelleria (Donato Bramante, 1513, Renaissance). As time progressed and these buildings took inspiration from each other, architectural elements were lost in translation. More specifically, the original arcade and courtyard organization. Often times, when something is redone in a new medium (place), some spatial details and the orignal meaning is not present. These architectural elements offered a variation of spatial qualities which create a continuity between spaces.

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20’ 0’

60’


arcade ? Robert Venturi states “designing from the outside in, as well as the inside out, creates necessary rensions, which help make archi tecture. Since the inside is different from the outside, the wall---the point of change---becomes an architectural event. b. incisions

a. bear grass

a. bundling

b. yucca

CULTIVATION

STRUCTURE

FORM

SYMBOL

PRODUCT

DESIGN

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5

2 13

9

4 14

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ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM 0’ 4’ 12’

28’

1 Brick Cladded Columns

5 Decorative Element

9 Window Moullions

2 Ugly Brick Patterns

6 Recessed Doors

10 Extruded Trim

3 Arched Windows

7 Building Title

11 Roof Structure

13 Flushed Edge 14 Extruded Entrance

4’

12’

ARIZONA STATE MUSEUM 0’ NORTH ELEVATION

20

28’


b. incisions

a. bear grass

b. yucca

a. bundling

CULTIVATION

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STRUCTURE

SYMBOL

FORM

WHAT

HOW

The contemporary approach taken in the addition serves as an architectural statement regarding space and representation. The addition revitalizes the old and gives identity to the new.

The new addition was sensitevely placed in the front of the existing building where the AIS could can establish identity and relationships. Site elements and existing facade elements define the volumetric massing of the addition. These masses are then enclosed with a semi-transparent printed glass skin and provided with a double height courtyard which reflects architectural precedents.

DESIGN

CULTURAL REPRESENTATION

The Tohono O'dham is represented through the newly introduced arcade colunnade which was derived cultural studies and geometric abstractions. The triangular and circular geometries are sacred due to their strong relationships to the origin of the native culture. The new colunnade continues through the museum as a way of establishing new relationships while preserving site relationships (axis).


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S T RUCT URAL F R A M I N G | O B SERV ATI O N TO W ER

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29 1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’

TRANSVERSAL SECTION

25’ 4’

9’ 2”

15”

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12’

30”

S T R U CT U R AL S E C T I O N S

1’

15”


1’ 2’ 3’ 4’ 5’ 7’

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

8’ 2”

10’ 6” o.c.

6’

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10’ 6” o.c.

see fig. 1A 7’

S TRU CT UR AL S ECTI ONS

10’

6’

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REBAR:

#8

NOT E S

8 @ 4’ H

T h e f o u n da t io n pla n displa ys t h e 8 c o n c re t e f o o t in gs w h ic h a re s u n k e n 4 f e e t in t o t h e e a rt h . T h e c o n c re t e f o o t in gs me e t t h e w o o de n c o lu mn s 6 ” a bo ve t h e grou n d f lo o r. T h e re a re t w o se pe ra t e Ja pa n e se in f lu e n c e d jo in e ry t e c h n iq u e s u se d t o t ra n sit io n ma t e ria lit y (se e de t a ils),

48 @ 4’ H

MEMBER SCH E D ULE - GROUND COLUMNS:

12 x 12

T h e gro u n d f lo o r a lso h o u se s t h e ge n ka n w h ic h is t h e spa c e w h e r e o n e f irst e n t e rs t h e o bse rva t io n t o w e r. I n t h e spa c e , t h e u se r re mo ve s t h e i r sh o e s be f o re a sc e n din g t o t h e n e xt f lo o r.

8 @ 33’ H

WOODEN DECK:

18 @ 2” H

WOODEN DECK :

36 @ 2” H

8’ x 12

3’ 12

TATAMI MATS: 9’ x 5’

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see fig. 2A-1

6 @ 2” H

see fig. 2A-2

concrete footing

ipe wood planks

tatami mats

12”

24”

24”

12”

roji steps

5’

8’ 1’

31

3’ 2’

5’ 4’

FOUNDATION + GROUND PLANS

FOOTI NG:

24 x 24

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MEMBER SCH E D ULE - FOUNDATION


1 5 @ 2 4’L

DECKING:

9 @ 8’L

2 x 12

POSTS:

12 x 12

46 @ 5’L

RAILS:

18 @ 25’L

RAILS:

24 @ 34’L

4 x 4

4 x 4

A t rad it ional J ap anes e t ea hous e (chas hit s u) cons is t s of t hree are a s; th e G e n ka n or t he ent ry room f or rem ov ing s hoes and s t oring b elong ing s , t he M i zu ya o r th e te a p rep arat ion room , and t he Tea Room it s elf w hich is f or g at hering a n d c o n su m p ti o n .

RAILING

8 @ 36’H

STEPS:

2 x 12

NOTES

The p rim ary s t ruct ure is b as ed on m od ular Tat am i M at s as are m o st tr a d i ti o n a l J ap anes e s t ruct ures . The t at am i are f ound on t he f irs t f loor ent ran c e . Lat eral b racing and s un s had ing is p rov id ed t hroug h t he S hoji S cr e e n s th a t a c t a s a s heer p lane on t he eas t and w es t f acad es . ` A Roji P at h is us ed t o acces s J ap anes e t ea hous es and of t en leads fr o m a g a r d e n

see fig. 5A

12”

all 4”

12”

60”

6”:12” rise to run

4” 12”

60” 12” 12”

茶室

12” 12” 12”

tea rooms

shoji screen

12” 12” 12” 60”

STAI R + DECK

F3 / tea room

F2 / mizuya

6’

F1 / genkan tatami mat

ASSEMBLY roji path

(see notes for definitions)

8’

8’

24’

8’

1’

3’ 2’

5’ 4’

12’

STAIR + GUA RD RAIL DESIGN

DECKING:

2 x 12

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MEMBER SCHEDULE

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TE RTI ARY : 4 @ 21’9”L

4 x 12

SECONDARY: 4 @ 10 1/2’L, 4 @ 19’L, 4 @ 28’L 4 x 12

PRIMARY: 4 @ 30’L

12 X 12

ROOF

TERTIARY cross lap joint aigaki

SECONDARY

lap joint watariago

PRIMARY

1’

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3’ 2’

5’ 4’

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ROO F:

4 @ 235.7 SQFT 260 x 260 x 360

FR A M I NG A X ON O ME T RI C

ME M B E R S CHED ULE


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Fig. 2A-1

Fig. 2A-2 Custom Japanese influenced dry-fit connection. Concrete footing extrudes four square corners while the wooden column extrudes a cross.. These material extrusions interlock to create the dry connection

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Custom Japanese influenced dry-fit connection with steel bolt for structual reinforcement. Both ends of concrete footing and wooden column have half extrude faces which interlock. 1 foot long steel bolt runs through connection to promote structual integrity

Jui-mechigai-tsugi Cross-shaped stub tenon

Ai-Jakuri End lap joint

24�

Fig. 5A-1

Fig. 5A-2

Fig. 1A-1

12x2 step notched and slid into stair beam finger joint

2x2 square peg hammered until friction fit and flush

3 2x2 beam-beam-column dry lap join

DETAILING DIAGRAMS

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PU BL I C DW E L L I NG | M O N TESO R R I C O M M U N I TY C E N T E R

Organized along a east-west axis, the montesorri institution establishes a centralized linear courtyard. Classrooms are anchored onto the centralized space as wings. Using research from professionals who teach using montesorri as a pedegogy, each classroom was arranged to best accomodate classroom needs. Each classroom has decompression chamber where students transition from the exterior and into the interior. Additionally, each classroom has an ada compliant restroom and a private room. structually, the small buildings are anchored to the site using loadbearing walls and steel beams to carry the clerestory roof which allows for natural daylight to enter. lastly, Each classroom was given an exterior gardening space where students can both play and learn about nature. In an attempt to tie the school to the community.

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LAND E T HI CS | UN I TA R I A N U N I V ER SA L I ST C A M PU S

The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Northwest Tucson situated on the corragated topographic washes of Tucson’s iconic mountains. Programmatic entities were broken apart into three forms which took form from topographic patterns. Additionally, existing hydrological patterns break building form to reinforce relationship to site. Individual buildings were sensitively placed in locations where excavation was decreased to a minimum. Organization of program and mass along a constant finished floor elevation lent reinforcement to the balance of hierarchy amongst buildings. Each program was placed to take advantage of site views while mitigating acoustical issues via placement of walls. As a way of providing relationship to programmatic masses, exterior courtyards and sunken garden are shared 42


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SOUND BARRIER

TOPOGRAPHY + FORM

campus plan

FLOW + VOLUMES

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30’

5’

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20’

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DE S I GN B U I L D | SEN TI N A L H O U SE

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GENERAL NOTE: 1.

THERE IS NO FLOOR ELEVATION CHANGE IN THE RESIDENCE, OTHER THAN TYPICAL EXTERIOR DOOR THRESHOLD.

KEYNOTE: 1.01 6" PLUMBING WALL. 1.02 LOAD BEARING WALL. 1.03 ACCESSIBLE ROUTE. 2.06 2" PAVERS ON 2" SAND. 8.10 CUSTOM METAL GATE. 8.11 CUSTOM FRONT DOOR, SEE DOOR SCHEDULE ON SHEET A - 5.0.

1663 W King Ave, Tucson, Az. 85713

13.01 SCORIA WALL.

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Living Area

FFE: 2428' - 6" Dining Area FFE: 2428' - 5.5"

100A 1

Kitchen

1

Living | Dining | Kitchen Area

Bedroom 1

100

Bedroom 2

101

102

148

3

102B

CL

CL

147

100C

4

102A

100D

3

104A

100B

103A

Bath 1 104

103B

Bath 2 105

Bedroom 3 103 CL

103C

105A

1

103D

3

Floor Plan

A - 2.0 2/15/2017 3:22:33 AM CD's 100%

Floor Plan

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STUDIO HARDIN: Mary Hardin mchardin@email.arizona.ed u (520)548-0652


KEYNOTE:

T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0" T.O.R. T.O.R Average Ceiling 12' - 0" Height 9' - 6" Average Ceiling Height 9' - 6"

Section 1 Section 1

F.F.E. 0' - 0" F.F.E. 0'F.G. - 0" -0' - 6" F.G. -0' - 6"

T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0" T.O.R. T.O.R Average Ceiling 12' - 0" Height 9' - 6" Average Ceiling Height 9' - 6"

Section 2 Section 2

F.F.E. 0' - 0" F.F.E. 0'F.G. - 0" -0' - 6" F.G. -0' - 6"

2.02 CONCRETE FOOTING AND CONCRETE STEM KEYNOTE: WALL, TO BE CENTERED ON FOOTING 2.03 2.02 CONCRETE FOOTING AND CONCRETE STEM 2.04 4" CONCRETE SLAB ON 4"ON ENGINEERED WALL, TO BE CENTERED FOOTING SOIL 2.05 SLAB EDGE. 2.03 THICKENED CONCRETE FOOTING 2.06 ONSLAB 2" SAND. 2.04 2" 4" PAVERS CONCRETE ON 4" ENGINEERED SOIL 2.05 THICKENED SLAB EDGE. 3.04 CAST IN PLACE BOND BEAM 8"X8" 2.06 2" PAVERS ON 2"CONCRETE SAND. 5.01 CONTINUIOUS HORIZONTAL 3.04 REBAR CAST IN#4, PLACE CONCRETE BOND BEAM 8"X8" REINFORCING,TO BE A MIN. OF 3" AWAY FROM ADJACENT SOIL 5.01 REBAR #4, CONTINUIOUS HORIZONTAL 5.05 METAL ROOF REINFORCING,TO BE A MIN. OF 3" AWAY FROM 5.06 PIPE 6 STANDARD. ADJACENT SOIL 5.07 5.05 METAL C-STUD ROOF 5.08 CHANNEL STUD 5.06 METAL PIPE 6 STANDARD. 5.07 METAL C-STUD 6.01 WOOD STUD WALL 5.08 2X6 METAL CHANNEL STUD 6.02 1/2" OSB 6.05 TJI JOIST 6.01 2X6 WOOD STUD WALL 6.07 3X10OSB WOOD LEDGER 6.02 1/2" 6.08 WOOD LEDGER 6.05 3X12 TJI JOIST 6.07 3X10 WOOD LEDGER 7.01 2 1/2"WOOD RIDGIDLEDGER INSULATION, JUSTIFIED TO OUTSIDE 6.08 3X12 OF VERTICAL REINFORCING. 7.04 VAPOR BARRIOR 7.01 2 1/2" RIDGID INSULATION, JUSTIFIED TO OUTSIDE OF VERTICAL REINFORCING. 8.01 CONFIRM WITH 7.04 DOOR VAPORTHRESHOLD, BARRIOR MANUFACTURER SPECS. 8.03 CONFIRM WITH MANUFACTURER 8.01 DOOR HEADER, THRESHOLD, CONFIRM WITH SPECS. MANUFACTURER SPECS. 8.07 WINDOWCONFIRM SURROUND, SEE SHOP 8.03 METAL DOOR HEADER, WITH MANUFACTURER DRAWINGS SPECS. 8.09 WINDOW, SEE WINDOW ON 8.07 SLIDING METAL WINDOW SURROUND, SEESCHEDULE SHOP SHEET A - 5.0. DRAWINGS 8.12 WINDOW, SEE DOOR SCHEDULE ON SHEET 8.09 FIXED SLIDING WINDOW, SEE WINDOW SCHEDULE ON A-5.0 SHEET A - 5.0. 8.13 ATRIUM DOOR, SEE 8.12 FIXED WINDOW, SEEDOOR DOORSCHEDULE SCHEDULEON ONSHEET SHEET A-5.0 8.13 ATRIUM DOOR, SEE DOOR SCHEDULE ON SHEET 9.01 1/2" A-5.0GWB 9.02 5/16" FIBER CEMENT BOARD, EXTERIOR CLADDING 9.01 1/2" GWB 13.01 SCORIA WALL 9.02 5/16" FIBER CEMENT BOARD, EXTERIOR CLADDING 15.12 13.01 DRYER SCORIAVENT. WALL 15.12 DRYER VENT.

T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0" T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0"

F.F.E. 0' - 0" F.F.E. 0'F.G. - 0" -0' - 6" F.G. -0' - 6"

Section 3 Section 3 T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0" T.O.R. T.O.R 12' - 0"

Sections Sections

A A -- 3 3

F.F.E. 0' - 0" F.F.E. 0'F.G. - 0" -0' - 6" F.G. -0' - 6"

Section 4 Section 4

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METAL ROOF. CONCRETE BIND BEAM REBAR, #4, HORIZONTAL REINFORCING, TO BE A MIN. OF 2" AWAY FROM ADJ. MATERIALS. METAL ROOF.

2x12 WOOD LEDGER. R-30 BATT INSULATION.

Average Ceiling Height

9' - 6"

2x4 TREX. 1/2" OSB.

2 1/2" RIGID INSULATION, JUSTIFIED TO OUTSIDE OF VERTICAL REINFORCING

REBAR, #4, CONTINUOUS VERTICAL REINFORCING, @ 48" O.C.

REBAR, #4, CONTINUOUS HORIZONTAL, TO BE A MIN. OF 2" AWAY FROM ADJ. MATERIALS

6" STEEL MESH GRID.

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MIN. SPLICE.

4" CONCRETE SLAB ON 4" ENGINEERED FILL.

TRUSS REINFORCING, CONTINUOUS HORIZONTAL, @ 24" O.C.

F.F.E. 0' - 0" F.G. -0' - 6" CONCRETE FOOTING AND STEM WALL. REBAR, #4, CONTINUOUS HORIZONTAL REINFORCING, TO BE A MIN. OF 3" AWAY FROM ADJ. SOIL.


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I NT E RI OR RE M O D EL | B L A C K STEEL K I TC H EN

A kitchen remodel focused on light, simple form + open circulation. Minimal, raw materials come together in a balanced way to create a functional contemporary kitchen space for intimate or social gatherings while nature is let into the space through an improved window system.

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01.

02.

EXISTING

PROPOSED

- fur downs inhibit ceiling heights - horseshoe design compresses the kitchen making circulation difficult - booth occupies space and compresses the entryway from the living room - windows and cut-through areas do not represent their true potential

+ fur down removed + pantry added + three wall windows replaced with one large floor window + circulation of kitchen improved for open circular movement + custom steel and wood, fullyintegrated kitchen + island in place of standard wall cuppboards + custom spaces for wine storage, coffee brewing, and pot hanging + L-shaped booth opens up the entry from the living room and lines up with the overhead skylight

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B

B

G

A

B

C

PLAN

C

scale : 0.5" = 1'-0" 0.5'

KITCHEN PLAN

1.0'

3.5'

A. food prep B. stove C. food bar D. pantry E. fridge F. drink bar G. breakfast nook

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SECTION AA scale : 0.5" = 1'-0" 0.5'

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NORTH LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1.0'

3.5'

A. custom steel booth w/ build-in storage B. skylight lined with matching steel C. pantry D. wine storage E. fridge F. storage

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G. dishwasher H. 20" x 40" sink w/ built-in drying pad I. serving window to living room bar strip J. new eastern floor window K. overhead shelving hiding fur down

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S T RUCT UR ES | SY N C L A STI C SH EL L

The concrete structure is the product of combining the arch and the waffle slab. The waffle slab, generally formed around a rectilinear grid, was modified to match the language of the form with circular indentations that reduce material without sacrificing structural stability.

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Isometric // Below

Isometric // Above

Load Distribution

Force Diagram

Area Compliance

The load is applied linearly along the vertex of the arch and distributed in two directions towards the base of the structure.

The inner form of the arch mimics the properties of a waffle slab and distributes compression and tension members along a grid and is reinforced by curvatures.

At 6 ft the area accumulates to 808 square feet. This satisfies the 750 square foot minimum requirement.

Tension

6’ Compliance

Compression

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808 Square Feet


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