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WORK NICHOLAS BUCCELLI Master of Architecture, UC Berkeley, 2012


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nicholas buccelli university of california, berkeley master of architecture, 2012 80 the plaza drive berkeley CA 94705 nick.buccelli@berkeley.edu 646.393.6303


projects DATA DIVING_03 (LIVE/WORK)/work_21 AUDITORIO ADDITION_31 CNC LIGHTSCAPE_35 TUBE CORAL LAMP_43 LOG SHELF_53 professional REMODEL DRAWING SET_45 SEAT SLUG 3D PRINTED BENCH_47 ACOUSTIC DETAILS_49 2009 CED THESIS STUDIO PUBLICATION_51


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DATA DIVING prof. raveevarn choksombatchai // M.Arch thesis studio // spring 2012

Data Diving proposes a cloud scale data center and sauna retreat in an area of northern sweden known for attracting IT industry.

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The architectural rubric of data centers emphasizes repeated modules of IT equipment in plan. In section enormous HVAC plenums accomodate mechanical flows.

Data Diving works with these logics and the scale of projected IT needs---but opportunistically manipulates mechanical systems to efficiently promote a secondary use for a constant stream of energy on the order of 100 megawatts. A gallery of servers immersed in pools of mineral oil stretches below a vast roof producing a heat exchange infrastructure replete with sauna huts and a landscape of hot pools. The surrounding fields are filled with hydronic geothermal tubing, acting as a heat sink and connecting to the roof structure via a curtain of conduit.

Data Diving promotes a narrative for a building and an experience that brings together the influence of a global-scale industry with aspects of scandinavian sauna culture and the geographical and climatic specifics of a remote place.


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Machines produce a large amount of low-level heat as a byproduct of electronic computation. Data Diving uses liquid mineral oil - with its vastly higher heat capacity than air - as a heat exchange agent, simplifying the harvest of a more highly concentrated ‘waste heat’ resource.

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Worldwide undersea fiber optic cable network, a modern rendition of something in between Buckminster Fuller’s Global Grid and Superstudio’s Continuous Monument.


The largest group of building scale nodes in this geography are data centers, the structures that give shelter and provide resources to the servers necessary for everyday work and recreation.

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The architectural rubric of data centers emphasizes repeated modules of IT equipment in plan. In section enormous HVAC plenums accomodate mechanical flows.

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Data Diving mines these logics for architectural gain.


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In Lule책, Sweden, there is significant snow accumulation long into the spring season. Meanwhile, there is enough light for plants to grow as early as late February. Data Diving envisions fields of hardy and low growing daisy blooms (Bellis Perennis), roots kept unfrozen by a horizontal geothermal tubing system.


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Recreational visitors to the data center will be encouraged to arrive via cross country ski trails winding through landscape of jagged-edged logging fields.

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Data Diving proposes a site located in the center of three local towns that have formed a business consortium to attract IT industry to the area. Data Diving will capitalize further on new industry to provide an amenity for local residents and tourists.


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(LIVE/WORK)/work prof. danelle guthrie // fall 2010

What if live/work space for artisans could share resources with a larger production facility in the same industry, offering a high level of specialized knowledge and creativity in return? In this ceramics fabrication center, a set of live/work dwellings for artisans front a shared outdoor courtyard while being nestled within a small-scale commercial fabrication space.

Artisan workshops and the larger production facility share service and circulation corridors coming and going from a shared kiln room/ cogeneration plant. Work areas are separated from a public access store/cafe and outdoor plaza by an iconic curved wall.


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In the evening and overnight hours, wares become backlit silhouettes to passing cars.

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The facility is sited on the corner of a mostly vacant superblock in Petaluma,CA ---and includes a proposal for the development of an event/exhibition space and public plaza on a remnant parcel unused since the street grid was altered in 1890 to accomodate a new bridge.

site plan: 1890 property line overlay


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artisan live/work units front a private alley, allowing outdoor workspace and opportunities for interaction


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AUDITORIO ADDITION prof. raveevarn choksombatchai / prof. mark anderson spring 2010

Following case study analysis of the Auditorio Ciudad de Leon by Mansilla & Tunon Architects in Leon, Spain, and a studio visit to the site, this proposal adds an outdoor amphitheater as a public space and additional performance venue.

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The existing building boldly aligns its iconic facade with a medieval plaza, a strategy this proposal mirrors in the addition’s siting to the building’s rear. Taking its cue from the interest of Mansilla & Tunon in self consciously framing views and reference points as part of the process of performance, this amphitheater’s various focal points put sidewalk passersby, performers, audience, and building circulation on display.


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CNC PORCELAIN LIGHTSCAPE prof. ronald rael // fall 2010

As part of the body of work for an experimental research seminar on digital methods in ceramic fabrication, this installation of porcelain, clay, steel and copper leverages strengths of both the digital and the tactile in form generating processes. Porcelain and clay tiles are slipcast from CNC-routed plaster ingots. Toolpaths from the router are legible in the porcelain, which is translucent, when lit from behind.

The armature for the unit pieces comprises a set of steel arms and ball joints flexible in all axes---and allows the tiles to be rotated and transformed to fit together in all possible permutations. A copper dish assembly hammered from a parabolic CNC-cut wooden mold is visible through the central void in the tiles, reflecting back light from the LEDs housed in their nodes.

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Nodes in the tiles bulge to create spaces for LED lighting, and the four distinct edges of the tile’s bounding box nest when tessellated.

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rendering: potential for large-scale aggregation


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TUBE CORAL LAMP prof. ronald rael // with Nathan John fall 2010

The Tube Coral Lamp is sculpted digitally using Modo. Two-part plaster molds cast from a 3D printed positive are used to slipcast the final forms.

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LED units illuminate the glazed interior of the lamps, which are supported by their own electrical wiring, fixed in place by a custom acrylic and neoprene assembly.


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unglazed fired units


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REMODEL DRAWING SET Condiminium kitchen/bath renovation drawings and specifications // freelance for Dennis Miller Design // Fall 2008 DCM
Residence
Renovation
 The
President
 Palm
Beach,
Florida
 
 MATERIALS
SPECIFICATIONS
 
 General
 Verify
all
dimensions
in
field.
 Replace
all
light
switches
and
outlet
covers
with
Decora
Leviton
(white).
 All
walls
to
be
painted
unless
otherwise
specified.
 
 Kitchen
 Flooring
 
 Stone
T.B.D.

ALT:

Cork
vinyl
tile.
Baseboard
T.B.D.
 Countertop
 
 Corian,
Glacier
white;
1‐1/4”
eased
edge.
4”
backsplash
turn‐up
of
same
behind
all
countertop
areas.
 Cabinetry
 
 Rift
white
oak:
wood
interior;
full
overlay;
plain
front.


 Hardware
 
 Brushed
steel
rod
 
 Kitchen
Appliances
 Refrigerator
 
 36”
LG
LFC25770ST

 Dishwasher
 
 use
existing
 Range
 
 
 Frigidaire
PLES389EC
30‐inch
Slide‐In
Range
(Stainless
Steel)
 Microwave
 
 LG
LMV1680ST
 Sink
 
 
 Franke
VNX160‐LH;
install
Insinkerator
waste
disposal
unit.
 Faucet

 
 Grohe
Ladylux
cafe
33
755
SD0
spray
 
 Master
bath
 Floor


 
 
 Champagne
honed
limestone,
12
x
24,
laid
running
bond
 Walls




 
 Champagne
honed
limestone,
6
x
12
wall
tiles,
set
running
bond
–
shower
only.

Paint
walls
other
areas.
 
 
 
 Baseboard
limestone;
4”h
 Countertop
 
 Corian,
Glacier
White;
1‐1/4”edge
 Sink
 
 
 Kohler
Ladena
K2214
white;
20.25
x
14.25
oa
dim.
 Faucet
set
 
 Hansgrohe
Euroaktiv
Talis
32040
single
hole;
pol.
chrome
 
 
 Toilet
 
 
 Kohler
Wellworth
K‐3432
(white);
10”
roughing
 Shower
 New
limestone
floor,
sill
and
wall
tiles.
New
Tempered
glass
shower
door
with
polished
chrome
trim.
Hardware
T.B.D.

 Shower
set
 
 Hansgrohe
Interaktiv
06585000
polished
chrome
 Lighting
 
 New
ceiling
recessed
heat
lamp;
Restoration
Hdwr
Sutton
Grand
Sconce,
polychrome,
mounted
horiz.
over
sink
 Accessories
 
 New
surface‐mounted
soap
holder,
toilet
paper
holder,
towel
bar
to
be
installed
 
 Guest
Bath
 Floor


 
 
 Champagne
honed
limestone,
12”
x
24”,
tight
set;
laid
running
bond
 Walls




 
 Champagne
honed
limestone,
6
x
12
wall
tiles,
tight
set;
running
bond
 
 
 
 Baseboard
limestone;
4”h;
paint
walls
other
areas.
 Countertop
 
 Corian
Glacier
white;
1‐1/4”edge
 Sink
 
 
 21”
Kohler
K‐2214
Ladena
(white)
 Faucet
set
 
 Hansgrohe
Euroaktiv
Talis
32040
single
hole;
pol.
chrome
 Toilet
 
 
 Kohler
Wellworth
K‐3432
(white)
 Bathtub
 
 Kohler
Villager
K‐715
white;
left
drain
 Enclosure
 
 Glass
doors;
polychrome
trim
 Shwr/bath
faucet
 T.B.D.
 Lighting
 
 Restoration
Hdwr
Sutton
Double
Sconce;
pol.
Chrome,
mtd.
horiz.
over
sink
 Accessories
 
 New
surface‐mounted
soap
holder,
toilet
paper
holder,
towel
bar
to
be
installed
 
 
 Dressing
Area
 
 Cabinet
 
 New
wood
cabinet;
1‐1/4”
Corian
Glacier
white
countertop
 Lighting
 
 Restoration
Hdwr
Sutton
Grand
Sconce,
polychrome,
mounted
horiz.
 
 Guest
Bedroom
 Flooring
 


DRAWING LIST A00

TITLE SHEET

A01

FULL FLOOR PLAN

A02 A03

KITCHEN PLANS KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

A04 A05 A06

GUEST BATH/MASTER BATH/DRESSING AREA PLAN GUEST BATH/MASTER BATH ELEVATIONS DRESSING AREA ELEVATIONS

A07

BAR AREA ELEVATION

GUEST BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

LIVING ROOM

A08

BAR DETAIL

CL.

GUEST BATH

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

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KITCHEN

MASTER BATH

DRESSING AREA

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

UTILITY CL.

N

CL.

CL

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DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

A00

MOVE ELECTRICAL BOX PLATE FROM KITCHEN TO UTILITY CLOSET.

A01

EXTENT OF NEW ENTRYWAY FLOORING

TITLE SHEET

FULL FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”

Replace
VAT
Flooring
with
new
(cork)
VAT
T.B.D.
 


220V OUTLETS BELOW COUNTER LINE

30”

4” CEILING 7’-0” A.F.F.

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

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3 A03

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

2 A03

4 A03

7’-7”

1 A03

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

NEW BUILT-IN MEDICINE CABINETS TO ACCOMMODATE EXISTING CONDITIONS

INSTALL INSINKERATOR WASTE DISPOSAL UNIT COUNTERTOP 3’-0” A.F.F.

MOVE ELECTRICAL BOX PLATE FROM KITCHEN TO UTILITY CLOSET

NEW PARTITION TO ACCOMMODATE POCKET DOOR

CL

19”

2’-3”

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

1 3’-0”

2

EAST ELEVATION

HW/CW

32” 5’-5”

1 A05

4’-7”

11’-7”

1

NORTH ELEVATION

FLOOR PLAN

CL 6”

HVAC 26”

1 A06

14.75”

4’-9” TO FAUCET

HW/CW

22.5”

HW/CW 2 A05

22”

MOVE ELECTRICAL BOX PLATE FROM KITCHEN TO UTILITY CLOSET 18” 3 A05

CL

4 A05

27.5”

EXISTING RECESSED LIGHTING

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

CLG. 7’-0” A.F.F.

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

N

DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

N 58”

58”

NEW DOUBLE HUNG CLOSET POLES WITH SHELF ABOVE

DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

N

DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009 NEW SINGLE CLOSET POLE WITH SHOE SHELF BELOW

A02 2

NEW BUILT-IN MEDICINE CABINET TO ACCOMMODATE EXISTING CONDITIONS

TILE ROUNDED TO MEET WINDOW

KITCHEN PLANS

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

NEW BUILT-IN MEDICINE CABINET TO ACCOMMODATE EXISTING CONDITIONS

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NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD CEILING 6’-10” A.F.F.

SOUTH ELEVATION

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NEW DRYWALL PARTITION TO ACCOMMODATE POCKET DOOR

WEST ELEVATION

A03

A04

KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

BATHROOM & DRESS AREA PLAN

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

NEW DOUBLE HANGING CLOSET POLES WITH SHELF ABOVE

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

CEILING 6’-10” A.F.F.

2 MIRROR DETAIL A06

NEW LIGHT

6” DEEP 1/2” GLASS SHELVES SINK COUNTERTOP 3’-0” A.F.F.

CEILING IN LIVING ROOM 8’-0” A.F.F.

COUNTERTOP 2’-6” A.F.F.

CEILING IN CORRIDOR 7’-0” A.F.F.

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

1

GUEST BATHROOM WEST ELEVATION

2

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

MASTER BATHROOM EAST ELEVATION

1

DRESSING ROOM WEST ELEVATION BAR COUNTERTOP 3’-6” A.F.F.

NEW MIRROR MOUNTED ON WOOD BLOCKING

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

N

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A05 3

GUEST BATHROOM SOUTH ELEVATION

4

MASTER BATHROOM SOUTH ELEVATION

BATHROOM ELEVATIONS SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

2

DRESSING ROOM MIRROR DETAIL

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

N

DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

NEW DRYWALL TO MATCH LINE OF GUEST BEDROOM ACROSS CORRIDOR AND EXTENT OF NEW FLOOR

DCM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

A07

DRESSING ROOM ELEVATIONS

BAR DETAIL

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

N

DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

A06

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”


LPM
Residence
Renovation
 The
Cove
 Palm
Beach,
Florida
 
 MATERIALS
SPECIFICATIONS
 
 General
 Verify
all
dimensions
in
field.
 Replace
all
bi‐fold
doors
w/
wood
closet
doors.
 Remove
popcorn
finish
from
all
ceilings.
 Replace
all
light
switches
and
outlet
covers
with
Decora
Leviton
(white).
 All
walls
to
be
painted
unless
otherwise
specified.
 
 Kitchen
 Countertop


 
 White
glass
by
Artistic
tile,
1‐1/4”
edge
 Cabinetry
 
 Rift
white
oak:
wood
interior;
full
overlay;
plain
front.


 Hardware
 
 Brushed
steel
rod
 Floor
 
 
 Retain
existing
white
ceramic
tile
 
 Kitchen
Appliances
 Refrigerator
 
 36”
LG
LFC25770ST

 Dishwasher
 
 Bosch
T.B.D.
 Range
 
 
 Frigidaire
PLES389EC
30‐inch
Slide‐In
Range
(Stainless
Steel)
 Microwave
 
 LG
LMV1680ST
 Sink
 
 
 Franke
VNX160‐LH;
install
Insinkerator
waste
disposal
unit.
 Faucet

 
 Grohe
Ladylux
cafe
33
755
SD0

spray
 Washer
 Dryer
 
 Master
Bath
 Floor


 
 
 Smoke
SSMW12
from
the
Scalini
Collection
by
Artistic
Tile:

12”
x
24”
for
floor;
laid
stack
bond
pattern
 Walls
 
 
 Champagne
honed
limestone,
6”
x
12”
pieces
horizontal,
set
running
bond:
in
shower
area.
 Doors
 
 
 New
Pocket
door
for
Master
Bath
walk‐in
closet.
 Countertop
 
 Corian,
Glacier
White;
1‐1/4”edge
 Sinks
 
 
 (2)
21”
Kohler
K‐2214
Ladena
(white)
 Lavatory
fittings
 
 (2)
Hansgrohe
Euroaktiv
Talis
32040
single
hole;
pol.
chrome
 
 
 Tub
 
 
 Kohler
Caribbean
6
ft
K‐810,
white
 Shower

 
 Custom:
6”
x
12”
horiz.
Champagne
honed
limestone;
laid
running
bond
 
 
 
 Frameless
glass
enclosure;
polychrome
hinged
door,
hdwr
 Shower
fittings
 
 Tub
fittings
 
 
 Guest
Bath
 Countertop
 
 Corian
Glacier
white;
1‐1/4”edge
 Sink
 
 
 21”
Kohler
K‐2214
Ladena
(white)
 Faucet
set
 
 Hansgrohe
Euroaktiv
Talis
32040
single
hole;
pol.
chrome


BALCONY

DRAWING LIST B00

TITLE SHEET

B01

FULL FLOOR PLAN

B02 B03 B04

KITCHEN FLOOR PLAN KITCHEN REFLECTED CEILING PLAN KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

B05 B06

MASTER BATH PLAN MASTER BATH ELEVATIONS

B07

BAR AREA DETAIL

LIVING ROOM GUEST BEDROOM

MASTER BEDROOM

REINFORCE DRYWALL WITH PLYWOOD AS NEEDED TO SUPPORT FLAT SCREEN TELEVISION

GUEST BATHROOM

WALK IN CLOSET

B07

LPM RESIDENCE THE COVE PALM BEACH, FL

BAR DETAIL

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N MASTER BATHROOM

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B00

DINING AREA

N

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B01 FULL FLOOR PLAN

TITLE SHEET

SCALE: 1/4” = 1’-0”


 
 


NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

CEILING 7’-0” A.F.F.

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

46 REMOVE RAISED TRAY CEILING AND LUMINOUS PANELS. REPLACE WITH DRYWALL CEILING AND SIX DOWN LIGHTS.

COUNTERTOP 3’-0” A.F.F.

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

2 B04

1

EAST ELEVATION

1 B04

3 B04

LPM RESIDENCE THE COVE PALM BEACH, FL

LPM RESIDENCE THE COVE PALM BEACH, FL

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LPM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

N

B03

KITCHEN FLOOR PLAN

KITCHEN REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

B04

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

CEILING 6’-10” A.F.F.

2

SOUTH ELEVATION

3

KITCHEN ELEVATIONS

NORTH ELEVATION

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

NOTES: VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS IN FIELD

COUNTERTOP 3’-0” A.F.F.

2 B06

N

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DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

B02

NEW BUILD OUT TO COVER EXTENT OF EXISTING FLOOR RECESSED HARDWARE

FINISHED FLOOR 0’-0”

1

NORTH ELEVATION

NEW 1/2” GLASS SHELVES

1 B06

MOVE SINK AS REQ’D BUILD OUT WITH NEW DRYWALL AS NEEDED TO ACCOMODATE BATHTUB NEW GLASS SHOWER ENCLOSURE

LPM RESIDENCE THE COVE PALM BEACH, FL BENCH

LPM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

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DRAWN BY: NAB 03.29.2009

B05 MASTER BATHROOM FLOOR PLAN SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

N

2

WEST ELEVATION

LPM RESIDENCE THE PRESIDENT PALM BEACH, FL

B07

MASTER BATHROOM ELEVATIONS

BAR DETAIL

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”

N

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B06

SCALE: 1/2” = 1’-0”


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ACOUSTIC DETAILS Walters-Storyk Design Group // Summer 1999

As a summer intern at an acoustical design and architecture firm I created and standardized an office library of commonly used acoustic door and partition details.


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367 Southdale MN 4260 West 78th Street 44.86 N, -93.33 W lot area (sq.ft.): 73574 big box area (sq. ft.): 34160

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

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377 Ferguson MO 3344 Pershall Road 38.77 N, -90.28 W lot area (sq.ft.): 174892 big box area (sq. ft.): 15675

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE

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PA R A M E T R I C S U B U R B A N I S M I N T H E F O R E C L O S E D F I E L D University of California, Berkeley Department of Architecture M.Arch thesis research studio 2009-2010 Nicholas de Monchaux

366 Woodbury MN 8250 Tamarack Village 44.94 N, -92.94 W lot area (sq.ft.): 99498 big box area (sq. ft.): 32565

2009 THESIS PUBLICATION PARAMETRIC SUBURBANISM AND THE FORECLOSED FIELD

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369 Ridgedale MN 1001 Plymouth Road 44.97 N, -93.45 W

370 Saint Cloud MN 3316 West Division Street 45.55 N, -94.20 W

lot area (sq.ft.): 459435 big box area (sq. ft.): 33544

lot area (sq.ft.): 115217 big box area (sq. ft.): 20145

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372 Maple Grove MN 11481 Fountains Drive 45.09 N, -93.43 W

374 South County MO 6926 South Lindbergh Boulevard 38.51 N, -90.33 W

lot area (sq.ft.): 173960 big box area (sq. ft.): 41429

lot area (sq.ft.): 152729 big box area (sq. ft.): 34221

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376 St Louis Mills Mall MO 4785 Park 370 Boulevard 38.79 N, -90.41 W lot area (sq.ft.): 131023 big box area (sq. ft.): 33314

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368 Maplewood MN 1940 County Road D East 45.04 N, -93.02 W lot area (sq.ft.): 160930 big box area (sq. ft.): 22612

UC Berkeley CED / prof. Nicholas de Monchaux // designed, selected content, and edited written and visual material for 135 page book // Fall 2010 landscape

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LOG SHELF fall 2012 2013

This shelf was made from boards sawn from beetle-burrowed redwood branches trimmed from a local tree.


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Nick is a designer based in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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