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//CONTENTS// THE COMMONWEALTH OF CHELSEA Locality & Society New York, New York Spring 2016 Savannah College of Art and Design

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FURNITURE DESIGN CENTER Undergraduate Capstone Thesis Grand Rapids, Michigan Spring 2014 Bowling Green State University

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TRANSFORMATIVE INTERVENTION Cheonggyecheon Stream Seoul, South Korea Fall 2016 Savannah College of Art and Design Design Partners: Emily Hammond Sanket Shroff, Dwija Navin

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KA2 CLUBHOUSES Project-Based & Prototypes Schematic Design Through Construction Administration July 2017 - Present KATERRA

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THE COMMONWEALTH OF CHELSEA Locality & Society New York, New York Spring 2016 Savannah College of Art and Design 2017 AIA Honor Award - AIA Georgia

The City Defined The city of New York is oftentimes referred to as the capital of the world. All of the amenities one could dream of, readily available to all of the inhabitants of the Big Apple, thus making it one of the most desirable places on the globe. This however, adversely affects the city as a whole. With the major increase in population and density, the demand for food steadily increases, as well as the need for additional housing. A New Model The aim of this project is to meet the needs of all mentioned above. This is to be achieved through the implementation of two main entities, the vertical urban farm and housing units, integrated into a single, multi-use mid-rise, adjacent to the High Line within the neighborhood of Chelsea. The interaction between both entities allows for a symbiotic relationship between the separate environments, all within the same building enclosure, alluding to much healthier lifestyles and living environments. On the lower levels, the program is structured to foster the idea of a community, opening up the space to more social interactions, essentially creating an access point to the High Line as well as a destination for various shopping and communal activities.

10th Avenue Street View

Partial Site Plan & Sun Path

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Transformation

1 Simple mass extrusion meeting minimum program requirements

2 In order to meet flood zone regulations, the main building mass is raised up to meet the elevation of the High Line

3 In an attempt to bring in as much sunlight as possible to the NW side, the farm component is slanted inwards 15 degrees

4 In an attempt to harvest more direct sunlight, the residential component skin is pulled outwards and angled towards the south

5 To provide a separate environment for the farm, an additional skin is swept around the NW side of the building mass

6 In response to local surroundings, the farm skin is raised up to meet the High Line and provide entrance to that level


Services Commercial Mixed Residential Farming

Minimum Program Breakdown

Collaboration

Form Development

Public Classroom, Lecture Hall, Farm Offices, Farm Storage, Environment Control & Mechanical Room

Sublevel Unit & Farm Equipment Storage

Market Space

Shared Workspace & Services

Deriving the form from the environment, both micro and macro, the exterior skin responds to external stimuli, while the interior responds to the programmatic requirements set forth in the spirit of community and society.

Yearly Wind Speeds Housing

Circulation & Structural Cores

Public Classrooms & Lecture Areas

Education

Exhibition Space

Recreation Area

Yearly Relative Humidity

Community

Shopping

Hydroponic Farming

Rentable Private Garden Space

Lobby & Market Space

Housing

Yearly Dry Bulb Temperatures

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Project Outcome Through the implementation of this project, the neighborhood of Chelsea gains not only a new source of food and additional, much needed housing, but they also gain a more defined community and a new destination for not only the inhabitants, but for the surrounding community as well.

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Agricultural Implementation The farm system in this building remains a separate controlled environment, differentiated from the other programmatic elements for many reasons, most pertinent of which being of a pragmatic nature. The environment is controlled through an automated system, which adjusts the environment through radiant heating and cooling methods and the implementation of operable panel systems on the top and bottom of the farm enclosure. The farm itself consists of multiple levels of hydraulic conveyor system hydroponic racks, making use of whatever natural light available from the western side of the farm, making up the deficit in light with controlled UV lighting systems.

Lower Level Farm Interior

Lettuce

Spinach

Lower Level Farm Skin System

Cabbage

Broccoli

Cauliflower

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Hydroponic Crops

Upper Level Farm Interior


Farm Exoskeletal Lightweight Pipe Structure

Hydraulic Hydroponic Farming Racks

Custom Aluminum Panels With Coating

Custom Perforated Metal Ventilation Panel

Structural Steel Construction Assemblies

Hydroponic Water Supply System

Operable Ventilation Panels

Secondary Exoskeletal Skin

Primary Glazing System

Hydraulic Hydroponic Farming Racks

ETFE Transparent Membrane

Tension Rod And Cable System

Double Skin Environmental System

Standard Concrete Planks With 2� Concrete Topping & Radiant Heating Coils

Exoskeletal Fastening Steel

Operable Ventilation Panels

Two-Way Flat Plate Construction

Farm Skin Section

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RENTABLE PUBLIC GARDEN LEVEL 156' - 0"

RECREATION LEVEL 144' - 0"

ELEVENTH LEVEL 132' - 0"

TENTH LEVEL 120' - 0"

NINTH LEVEL 108' - 0"

EIGHTH LEVEL 96' - 0"

SEVENTH LEVEL 84' - 0"

SIXTH LEVEL 72' - 0"

FIFTH LEVEL 60' - 0"

FOURTH LEVEL 48' - 0"

THIRD LEVEL 36' - 0"

HIGHLINE LEVEL 24' - 0"

MEZZANINE LEVEL 12' - 0"

GROUND LEVEL 0' - 0"

Sewer Line SUBLEVEL 1 -12' - 0"

Excess Water To Hudson River

Thermal Exchanger

Geothermal Exchange

Heat Exchanger

Diagrammatic Transverse Section

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Heat Pump


Structural And Interior Walls

Structure & Materiality Structurally, the building is composed of a hybridized structural configuration. The largest portion of the structure pertaining to residential and social elements remains constructed from two-way flat plate construction in order to achieve the desired flexibility in terms of layouts attributed and derived from the open floor plans, in addition to matching the popular industrial chic aesthetic. As for the farming system, the construction is comprised of structural steel members and framing for ease of installation and fastening of the exoskeletal farm skin and enclosure system, supported and suspended by the perimeter truss system located on the top floor of the building structure.

Glazing And Curtain Systems

Residential Skin W/ Aluminum Frame And Photovoltaic Glazing

Photovoltaic Glazing

Concrete Floor Plates & Floor Assemblies

ETFE Foil Membrane

Aluminum Panels

Farm Environment Closure Element Polished Concrete Farm Exoskeletal Skin W/ Membrane Tension System

Concrete And Steel Structural Members

Cold-Rolled Steel

Site-Cast Concrete Construction Assemblies

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FURNITURE DESIGN CENTER Undergraduate Capstone Thesis Grand Rapids, Michigan Spring 2014 Bowling Green State University

Design Concept Continuity plays a key role in the city of Grand Rapids where two leading furniture design companies compete in the global market. In order to stay ahead, continuous maintenance is required to keep progressing and developing. This consistent and unbroken existence is what is needed for cutting edge innovation and development in the technological world. View From Highway

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Parti Exploration

Conceptual Site Plan


Plaza Night View

Design Development

Green Space

Axes

Horizontal Grid

Trajectories

Foot Traffic

Museum Relation

Parking

Main Roads

The Loop

Major Circulation

Focal Points

Projection

Macro

Micro

Local

The project site is located just off of the primary urban core of the city lying adjacent to the Grand River in the knuckle of a bridging highway overpass. Across the river’s span is the university and the museum adjacent to one of the city’s best known parks and plazas. In order to create a connection to both sides of the river, the furniture center juxtaposes the horizontal city grid while respecting the curve of the river and highway. In an attempt to expand the river walk past the highway and back to the city in a gesture of continuity, a ramp system is implemented crossing over the bridge and cantilevering the highway only to return to athletic facilities on a parking structure adjacent to the site.

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Lobby Lecture Hall Exhibition Space Workshop Studio

Administration Restrooms Consumer Shop Cafe

Integrated Development In order to create an open park, the structure is elevated above the street at the intersection of the ramp and street making it a focal point and the future hub of prototypical furniture design. Visitors then enter and go up into the building to watch where furniture is made and exhibited, bringing the city of Grand Rapids back to furniture design as the new heart of the city 10’ 25’ plan and urban hub.

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Primary circulation core radiates structural beam system and anchors cross bracing cables to remaining structure.

Exterior screen doubles as a sun shield extending past the roof level, but also a projector screen for events and announcements.

Balconies break through on every level of the screen cantilevering over the furniture park.

Patio & Cafe

Showroom

Exterior Screen

Detail Section

Exterior Glazing

Floor Plates

Structural Beam Support System

Cross Bracing Cable System

Main Structural And Circulation Cores

Transverse Perspective Building Section

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TRANSFORMATIVE INTERVENTION

SOUTHEAST ASIA SEOUL

Cheonggyecheon Stream Seoul, South Korea Fall 2016 Savannah College of Art and Design Design Partners: Emily Hammond Sanket Shroff, Dwija Navin

SOUTH KOREA

The Cheonggyecheon Stream CHEONGGYECHEON

The Cheonggyecheon was once covered by a major highway that ran through Seoul, South Korea. In 2003, the Seoul Metropolitan Government began an urban restoration project to uncover the river and restore it. The project was completed in two years. It removed the highway that spanned over the stream, restored water to the stream, and created a pedestrian pathway along its length.

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SEUNGYO BRIDGE: SITE LOCATION FOR DESIGN INTERVENTION

The built environment extending the length of the Cheonggyecheon is split into three distinct districts: the financial/business district has characteristically tall buildings, the mixed use residential has high density, low height buildings, and the fashion/arts district is less dense with more distinct architecture. There are many, closely spaced bus and subway stations within the site, making public transportation a reliable option.

Design Issues

Solutions

Tactics

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No interaction between stream and street levels

Provide for all pedestrians’ needs within the site

Financial/Business District

Mixed Use/Residential District

Fashion/Art District

No microdestinations on site

No place to sit and rest

Provide multiple ways to access and pass through the site

»Create » attractions along the stream. »Stack » spaces vertically to increase density. »Create » areas that cater to several types of businesses such as food kiosks, etc.

No shade on river

No retail variety

Create Create a covered Create spaces for connection walkway on the recreation between street street and stream. and stream levels

»Create » multiple areas of access to different levels. »Create » structures and spaces that respond to the scale of a human body.

»Create » pedestrian bridges across the stream. »Create » pedestrian bridges over the street.

No cafes and dining areas

Stagnant relationship between streetscape & stream

Define clear paths that are pedestrian friendly

»Re-purpose » existing areas into more useful spaces.

»Create » a shading system to line pathways.

No set connections between both banks of the stream

Provide convenient access to different levels

Too much traffic congestion

Redesign and organize natural elements

»Increase » the number of elements for access. »Add » elevator for increased accessibility for disabled visitors.

»Create » circulation paths across the stream. »Redirect » the traffic flow to cater to pedestrians.

»Reposition » the plants. »Select » plants that take time to grow. »Connect » the walkway and the plants.


Existing Problems & New Solutions The existing project, while a successful start, did not address all issues within the site. Parts of the river, the bridges that cross it, and the surrounding urban fabric still suffer from disrepair. The Seungyo Bridge and surrounding buildings need an urban intervention to realize its full potential.

SEUNGYO BRIDGE

Our project will revitalize the arcades, creating a flow through the site that generates continuity through the city.

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Provide access to site that does not rely on the use of cars

Road intersection/ junction is wasted and not utilized

Shop and pedestrian interaction undefined

Provide areas that cater to pedestrians

»Create » pedestrian connections to nearby metro stations. »Create » easily-accessible bus stops.

Overgrown/ unkempt plant life

Provide activities and destinations for a wide variety of people to utilize and enjoy

Create a selfsustaining environment

»Create » places for people to sit and rest. »Create » areas for performances to be held. »Rebuild » arcades to accommodate different types of businesses and commerce.

»Create » places for people to sit and rest. »Widen » sidewalks on street and stream levels. »Add » benches and shading along common routes.

Fountains on either side of bridge are inaccessible and serve no purpose

North and South arcades are shady and questionable

Bring a diversity of businesses and shoppers to the area

Cars are parked on sidewalks and plazas

Provide Shaded Areas

Sidewalks along the streets are very narrow with trees interrupting in-between, making it even more narrow

Create a greater sense of safety

Few access points to main street level

Create Public Seating

No lighting at night

Create Lighting

Pedestrians on top of the bridge have a dangerous crossing to get to the bridge

Provide Destination

»Rebuild » arcades to »Create » Lighting. »Create » Lighting under the Bridge. accommodate different »Slow » Traffic Flows. »Create » Lighting in Retail Space. types of businesses. »Create » lighting on Streetscape. »Design » space for »Create » Lighting on River Walk. primary, secondary, and tertiary uses. »Create » spaces that have multiple functions. »Install » photovoltaics to provide for the electricity needs of the site. »Create » Retail Space. »Create » rainwater collection areas »Revitalize » River Walk. for reuse of water. »Create » Thresholds. »Create » Canopies. »Create » green space and plant »Create » Plaza. »Create » Landscaping. areas to naturally cool and clean »Create » Plaza. »Plant » Vegetation. the air. »Create » Landscape Seating. Nick Place // 15


Concept Development On the Cheonggyecheon, each bridge has a specific identity and story that goes along with it. The Seungyo Bridge was meant to express the idea of light. Taking this idea, we chose to redesign the bridge to embrace both the idea of light and the form and flow of the stream.

Bridge Looking Down To Street

Primary axis Secondary axis

Site Axes

Metro station Bus stops

Public Transportation

Stream Bridge From The Street

Street lights Down lights Flood lights

Lighting

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Pedestrian Pathways

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Stream Development The stream level of the site needed shaded areas, so a concept for a lightweight, translucent membrane canopy structure was developed. The canopy was designed to maintain the light feeling of the bridge, while still providing the necessary shade to make the site comfortable for pedestrians.

Concept Sketches

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Stream Looking Up To Bridge


Bridge Design The bridge becomes a destination for the city, drawing people to the site. The roadway is narrowed to a single lane to slow traffic and widen the sidewalks, making the site more pedestrian focused. Vegetation adds a natural element to the site as well as helps clean and cool the air. Vertical circulation intersects with horizontal circulation to provide access to all parts of the site.

Interior Of Bridge Canopy

Bridge Concept Sketches

Level Design The three levels - stream, street, and bridge - are based off of the scale of the human body to make it relate-able to users. The shades on the bridge provide a cool and convenient place to walk, and increased lighting illuminates the space at night. Many benches are provided to allow pedestrians to stop and rest. The conglomeration of all these elements creates a highly dense area that can provide for the needs of all users.

Street Looking Up To Bridge

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Arcade Development The arcades located to the north and south of the stream need to be redesigned in order to turn them into functional, usable spaces. Green space, the flow of the stream, and connection to the city as a whole are the basis for the design.

North Arcade Entrance

North Arcade Amphitheater

Development Sketches

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Final Design At the project’s completion, the site is transformed. Redevelopment of the north and south arcades prove to be effective in creating and demonstrating interactive public spaces while creating visual connections to the surrounding urban fabric, while remaining connected and accented by the development of the Seungyo Bridge. The newly developed twin pedestrian bridges successfully create visual cues and destinations, linking together the remaining micro-destinations throughout the site through the use of the undulating canopy system.

North Arcade At Ramp

South Arcade Pathways

Section CC

Development Sketches

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KA2 CLUBHOUSES Project-Based & Prototypes Schematic Design through Construction Administration July 2017 - Present KATERRA

Architecture as a Product One of the hardest things to grasp with the visionary model at Katerra is to think about architecture differently than the rest of the industry. Instead of referring to each structure as architecture, it’s all about the creation of a product. Eventually, at the end of the road, each component (even the building itself) will be assigned a product number and made available as a product line in a catalog.

Typical Residential Development with Centralized Clubhouse

At Katerra, I am enlisted on the Clubhouse Team, which is a very small team dedicated to the development and detailing for all of the amenity building “clubhouses” present on all of the residential developments using the Katerra KA2 product model. Every project clubhouse is dependent on a series of criteria with variables consisting mainly of development size, geographical location and site orientation. With these variables defined, the product can then be identified, assembled and compiled as a complete product set. Throughout my time there, I have worked on 7 clubhouses, spanning from the Schematic Design phase all the way through Construction Administration, in addition to product development and prototyping efforts.

Typical Clubhouse Pool Deck

Clubhouse Street Conditions

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Standardization

Roof Enclosure

Within the development of the Clubhouse product, similiar to other building types at Katerra, standardization has a very important place in the design process of each building. The clubhouse product is designed into a series of components, which will in theory, be able to be swapped out in a “plug-and-play” fashion, and assembled. In order for this to be successful, each component relies upon precise coordination between all departments, namely MEP and structural. Developmental Processes

Structural

MEP

Due to the ever-evolving nature of Katerra, design, construction and documentation processes are in a constant state of development. In my earlier projects at Katerra, we were operating similar to a traditional firm; working through the use of various consultants, stick-built construction,etc. As time progressed however, the focus has now shifted to align with the core drive of the company; automation and fabrication. The two most recent project-related clubhouses have been designed for mass fabrication through panelization at the Katerra factory in Phoenix and set to be completely vetted through undocked component design. These projects were then used to kick off the standardization process as a full “kit of parts” which can then be used, adjusted and linked into other projects for future use as an official Katerra product offered to developers and customers.

Skin & Program

Typical Clubhouse Composition

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Standardization at its core

Knuckle Connection

The process by which products are broken down and divided into standard parts is rather simple to understand in terms of the clubhouse product. The base program is given to us by the clients as a basis for their requirements on all of their projects. Those requirements are then organized into multiple wings; most commonly being the Club Wing, which contains the leasing offices and club facilities, and the Fitness Wing, which contains mail rooms and a fitness facility. Those wings are then broken down into separate components, which can then be swapped out with a catalog of components, which have already been designed, engineered and fully vetted with component design.

Component Options

Component Options

Wing Components Wing Components

Fitness Wing Club Wing

Interchangable Building Components

BIM plays a huge role in this process as it is imperative that all of the pieces in the catalog are populated with all data required for proper documentation (building assemblies, door & window schedules, finish information,etc.) These parts then live within their own file, organized by category and catalogued on a grid.

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Architectural Features

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Complete Clubhouse Product

Clubhouse Style

# of Units

Design Production Process

Programmatic Layout

Skin Materiality


Orientation for Design

SMALL

The layout and orientation for the clubhouse as a whole is governed by a surprisingly large assortment of criteria. These range from geographic location, development size and site conditions. The site conditions specifically are what drives the configuration, with the L-Scheme being the most common, but often are organized into other iterations to match site conditions and overall master plan for the surroundings. Architectural style of the clubhouse is determined by the geographic location, which is designed into a standard to align with the vernacular architecture of the surrounding region. This also affects other aspects of the building, such as roof type (flat, shed, pitched), materiality and certain architectural features (screens, dormers, etc.)

MEDIUM

The Clubhouses are divided into 3 sizes currently; S, M & L. The sizes of these clubhouses are purely determined by the overall number of apartment units that will exist in the development. If the number of units aligns within one of the 3 tiers, the size is then chosen and moved on to the set of standard structural grid sizes unique to each size. Project vs. Product

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The process of prototyping vs. projectbased design is a chaotic development, but one that must take occur. Both sectors take from each other and influence the other. The prototyping environment allows for development based upon base building codes and accessibility requirements without having to deal with local jurisdictional requirements. Projects on the other hand are another story, often driving non-standardized changes to the designs, which in the end might influence a significant change in the prototype if a trend occurs in the project environment that can be optimized, and in the end used to create a better product.

CLUBHOUSE PROTOTYPES

PROJECT-BASED CLUBHOUSES

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The Typical Clubhouse Following is a typical clubhouse product, their basic composition and clubhousespecific standard details. AA A.10.401

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SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

1. MTL COLUMN W/ WOOD ACCENTS, PER STRUCT 2. WOOD TRUSS, PER STRUCT 3. TENSION ROD, PER STRUCT TOP TO BE COVERED ATLEAST 3 COUSES OF PROVIDE SUPPORT 4. WOOD COLUMN, PER STRUCT PREFINISHED MTL FLASH SHINGLES AS REQ RIM JOIST TRUSS WEATHER AND DRIP EDGE 5. WOOD BEAM, PER STRUCT BLOCKING PER ROOF RESISTIVE BARRIER SEAM PLATE AND TRUSS MANUFACTURE 6. HEADER, PER STRUCT SYSTEM SELF-ADHERED MEMBRANE FASTENER SEE STRUCTURAL CLOSURE AT END SIDES 7. GREEN WALL (GREENSCREEN OR APPROVED EQUAL) CONTINUOUS BEAD OF PREFINISHED METAL SELF-ADHERED CUT EDGE SEALANT 8. PREFINISHED MTL DOWNSPOUT, PERMTL SPEC GUTTER PRFINSIHED GUTTER MEMBRANE WHERE OCCURS 9. PREFINISHED MTL GUTTER 2X FASCIA BOARD, TPO FIELD MEMBRANE GALVANIZED MTL BEVELED TO MATCH SLOPE 10. PREFINISHED MTL SCUPPER, PER SPEC T-FLASHING W/ ROOF ASSEMBLY PER DRIP EDGE 11. BENT STEEL PLATE EYEBROW PER STRUCT, AT STOREFRONT WINDOW WALL SECTIONS 3" 2X WOOD 1" CONTINUOUS HEAD, TYP. DO NOT PROVIDE AT WINDOWS DIRECTLY UNDER EXTERIOR 2" MIN. BLOCKING, CELLULAR VENT ALIGN TO SIDING COVERED AREAS. 12. WALL-MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE, PER ELECT 2X WOOD BLOCKING FLASHING 13. R-49 BATT INSULATION PREFINISHED MTL FLASH CONT.STRUCT MTL EDGE TRIM 14. PT PLATE + ANCHOR BOLT, PER SEALANT AND BACKER ROD SEALANT AND 15. FOOTING, PER STRUCT SIDING PER ELEVATIONS BACKER ROD WALL ASSEMBLY PER 16. R-10 RIGID INSULATION W/ SST MTL FLASHING. EXTEND 24" MIN PLAN CONT VAPOR BARRIER 17. CONTINUOUS FOOTING DRAIN, PER CIVIL SIDING PER 18. FIBER EXPANSION JOINT, PER SPEC ELEVATIONS 19. ALUMINUM STOREFRONT SYSTEM (TYP) 20. PROVIDE EAVE VENTING AT BLOCKING BETWEEN TRUSSES. SEE ROOF WD TRUSS, TYP ROOF DETAIL- ASPHALT TO TPO TYP GUTTTER AND SOFFIT VENT PLAN FOR MINIMUM VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS. 1 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" 21. SHEET DETAILROOF EDGE AT VAPOR BARRIER AT BOTTOM CHORD OF TRUSS. ENSURE Shingles to TPO Transition TPO EdgeTPO at Dormer CONTINUITY OF BARRIER WHEN TRANSITIONING BETWEEN TRUSSES. DORMER TYPICAL EAVE 22. STEEL BRACKET ATTACHED TO WALL SHEATHING 2 5 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 23. CONTINUOUS STRIP VENT AT SOFFIT 24. FIBER CEMENT SOFFIT TPO FIELD MEMBRANE TYPICAL RAKE 8 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" 25. ENSURE 2" MIN AIR GAP FOR FREE VENTILATION FROM DORMER TO PRIMARY ROOF. PROVIDE BAFFLES IF NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN AIR CUT (4) VENT HOLES PER BAY. FLOW ABOVE BATT INSULATION. COORDINATE LOCATION W/ ROOF NAILING TO 26. WRAP SHEET VAPOR BARRIER TO VERTICAL SURFACES AT TRUSS PROVIDE SUPPORT AVOID NAILS. AS REQ RIM JOIST TRUSS TRANSITION TO MAINTAIN CONTINUITY. BLOCKING PER ROOF 27. FIREPLACE EXHAUST WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN TRUSS MANUFACTURER , 6" 6" 6" 6" SEE STRUCTURAL 28. FRESH AIR INTAKE FOR FIREPLACE PENETRATION WRAP FLASH MECH. EQUIPMENT PER WRAP DETAILS 29. FIREPLACE UNIT PER MFR'R PER MFR'R PRFINSIHED MTL GUTTER PREFINISHED MTL MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT 30. FRESH AIR INTAKE AND DUCTWORK FOR WHERE OCCURS BUTYL TAPE UNDER FLASH UNIT FRAME 31. MECHANICAL EXHAUST DUCTWORK CONT. SEALANT 32. CLT PANEL, PER STRUCT 3" 6" 6" 6" 3" 3" 33. CONTINUOUS VENT STRIP 2X6 WOOD CURB FRAMING GRI TRUSS/ DIAPHRAGM BLOCKING - PROVIDE 2" DIA. HOLES @ 8" O.C. AT TOP OF GRI PANEL TO ALLOW FOR ATTIC D VENTILATION. SEE 2 / A.10.803.

ASPHALT SHINGLES BEYOND

5"

#30 FELT OR EQUAL

TYP

INSULATION BAFFLE AS REQ.

MIN

APPROVED BONDING ADHESIVE BY ROOF INSTALLER

PREFINISHED MTL RIDGE VENT, INSTALL PER MFRS RECOMMENDATIONS

4

2 A.10.803

8"

2 SIM

9 20

4

Asphalt

25 5

13

B

A

ASPHALT SHINGLES BEYOND WEATHER RESISTIVE BARRIER SYSTEM

5"

SELF-ADHERED MEMBRANE

PER MFR'R

GALVANIZED MTL T-FLASHING W/ DRIP EDGE 2X WOOD BLOCKING, ALIGN TO SIDING

6"

21 26

19

CONT. MTL EDGE TRIM

SEALANT AND BACKER ROD

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN ROUGH OPENING

5

DETAIL- TPO ROOF EDGE AT DORMER

T/PLATE

12' - 0"

WW

300B

9

0

2'-0" CLEAR

0

6 MECH. EQUIPMENT

11PER MFR'R

GUTTER

20 2

6 2X FASCIA BOARD, BEVELED TO MATCH SLOPE

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN 2X WOOD BLOCKING, BEVELED TO MATCH SLOPE

SC

5

SC

13

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD FOR SLOPING

ROOF ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

C

6"

5/8" F.T. P-LYWOOD

D

4

ROOF UNDERLAYMENT TO EXTERIOR WALL SHEATHING

3001

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

0

3"

TPO ROOFING, INSTALL PER MANUF RECCOMENDATIONS

10" SEE ELEVATIONS

PREFINISHED GALV. CAP FLASHING W/ REMOVEABLE REGLET

8

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH, COLOR TO MATCH WITH PANEL ABOVE

GLULAM BEAM, PER STRUCT

2X6 WOOD CURB FRAMING

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

21

WEATHER BARRIER

PENETRATION WRAP FLASH PER WRAP DETAILS

7

CONT. SEALANT

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL- FIBER ASPHALT ROO

3

TYPICAL SCUPPER

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH

BUTYL TAPE UNDER UNIT FRAME

2'-0" CLEAR FACE OF FINISH

TYPICAL EAVE PREFINISHED SOFFITMETAL VENTING

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

12' - 0"

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

E40

12" TYP.

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

T/PLATE

ROOF MOUNTED VENTILATOR NO INSUL 2

6" x 10" x 48" x 1/2" THICK STL SCUPPER W/ TUNG OIL OR APPROVED FINISH

SIM

9

PEEL AND STICK, SELF-ADHERED MEMBRANE

2

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

TPO ROOFING, INSTALL PER MANUF RECCOMENDATIONS

1 A.10.803

GLULAM PER STRUCT TYP. TRUSS, TRUSS ROOF ASSEMBLY PREFINISHED OPENING AS MTL FLASH REQUIREDAND DRIP EDGE

9

WD TRUSS, TYP

0

APPROPRIATE FASTENERS, PER STRUCT EXT ROOF PER ARCH

7 PER MFR'R A.10.805

SIDING PER ELEVATIONS

706

PREFINISHED GALV. CAP FLASHING W/ REMOVEABLE REGLET ROOF ASSEMBLY PER PLAN 5/8" F.T. P-LYWOOD

8" MIN

0

D

R

13

R

505

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH

10" SEE ELEVATIONS

5 A.10.803

ROOF FRAMING

2"

ROOF SHEATHING

8"

COVERBOARD

CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER

6" x 10" x 48" x 1/2" THICK STL SCUPPER W/ TUNG OIL OR APPROVED FINISH

WW

300B 0

EXT ROOF PER ARCH

SLOPE

TYP. TRUSS ROOF ASSEMBLY

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN 5"

OPENING AS REQUIRED 2'-0" CLEAR

2'-0" CLEAR FACE OF FINISH

6

TYP

3"

3

TYPICAL SCUPPER

DETAIL- FIBER CEMENT AT ASPHALT ROOFING

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Eave at Glulam Truss

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

9

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

EAVE AT GLULAM TRUSS SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

19

19

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

1/2"

8 A.10.802

7

ENTRY CANOPY- CLT @ GUTTER

4

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

S

DETAIL - CLT CA WALL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

PLAN WT SECTION PER STRUCT, PAINTED

NEOPRENE TAPE, BOTH SIDES

6 A.10.800

ELEVATION

3/8" TEMPERED GLASS, CLEAR STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

T/SLAB PLAN

0"

16 0

1'

2'

3'

4'

2

3"

GLAZING CLAMP PER INSTALLER PROVIDE LAOD CALCULATION AND OPTIONS FOR CLAMPING FOR REVIEW. SEE STRUCTURAL FOR APPLICABLE LOADS

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

ELEVATION

8"

T/SLAB

14

TYP

0

1 1/2"

T SECTION STEEL, PER STRUCT

1'-6"

E40

STEEL PLATE, PER STRUCT

6" MIN.

0

3" PREFINISHED MTL DOWNSPOUT

0"

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

E50

1/8" MTL PLATE BRACKET WHERE OCCURS

DOWNSPOUT @ CLT CANOPY

16

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL - GLAZING SCREEN

8

6

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL- GREEN15 SCREEN @

15

STEEL POST Green Screen at Exterior Covered Patio 8 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" 17

17 0

1'

2'

3'

5

4'

1 A.10.800

Wall Section at Glulam Trusses

Nick Place //

2

WALL SECTION - GREEN SCREEN SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

1

TYPICAL WALL SECTION SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

29

C

SC

SIDING TERMINA SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"


STRUCTURAL POSTS

SIDING TO CONTINUE BEYOND

© 2018 KATERRA ARCH © 2018 KATERRA ARCH

Consultant 3"

1/2"

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL PAINTED PER ELEVATION

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, TYP

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

ACCENT WOOD ATTACHED TO WT, BOTH SIDES

BLOCKING PER STRUCTURAL

ENTRY CANOPY- CLT @ GUTTER

4

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

EDGE TRIM BEYOND

GRI D

CLT PER STRUCTURAL PREFINISHED MTL TRIM

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD FOR SLOPING

DETAIL- CLT CANOPY AT GUTTER

1

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE OVER COVER BOARD EXT FINISH PER ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

SHEET METAL LINER

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL GUTTER, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

SLOPE

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT

CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER

TERMINATION BAR AND FASTENER

8" MIN

FASTENER AND SEAM PLATE FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE OVER STEELWELDED PLATE SEAM

5"

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

3"

08

3"

DIRECTION OF KATERRA INC.

SETTING BLOCK AT STRUCTURAL POSTS

08

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE SIDING TO CONTINUE BEYOND

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL, STRUCTURAL STEEL FINISH PER ELEV PER STRUCTURAL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, TYP

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

ACCENT WOOD ATTACHED TO WT, BOTH SIDES

BLOCKING PER STRUCTURAL PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT

7

DETAIL- GREEN SCREEN @ STEEL POST ENTRY8CANOPYCLT @ GUTTER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

4

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLANPER STOREFRONT, PLAN

DETAIL - CLT CANOPY AT EXT SIDING TERMINATION @ CLT ENTRY WALL 5 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

GRI D

NORTH EDGEWO APARTME 207 MERI

NOTCH WOOD AS REQUIRED

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER VAPOR BARRIER STRUCTURAL CLT, PER STRUCT PAINTED PER ELEVATION

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

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Consultant

SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

1/2"

1/2"

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF CUT EDGE SEALANT

2" MIN

L8x6X7/16 STEEL ANGLE WITH ATTACHMENT ATTACHED PRE-DRILLED TO WHOLES STRUCTURAL POST CEDARS. IN WOOD AND CLT, SEE SEE STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL. ANGLE 542 1st AVE. SOUTH, FLOOR 4 TO BE PAINTED SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104 Seal Professional ACCENT WOOD ATTACHED TO STEEL STRUCTURE, 3X10 CEDAR ALL DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS, PLANS, IDEAS, ARRANGEMENTS AND DESIGNS REPRESENTED OR REFERRED TO ARE THE PROPERTY FINISH TO MATCH WITH ADJACENT OF AND ARE OWNED BY KATERRA INC. WHETHER THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY ARE MADE IS EXECUTED OR NOT. THEY WERE CREATED, WOOD SIDING EVOLVED, DEVELOPED AND PRODUCED FOR THE SOLE USE ON AND IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PROJECT AND NONE OF THE ABOVE MAY BACKER ROD AND BE DISCLOSED OR GIVEN TO OR USED BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION FOR ANY USE OR PURPOSE WHATSOEVER INCLUDING SEALANT ANY OTHER PROJECT, EXCEPT UPON WRITTEN PERMISSION AND

1/4"

TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE, FULLY ADHERED TPO BONDING ADHESIVE STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

SLOPE

LINER AT HIGH POINT

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

2"

7

CLT PER STRUCTURAL

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

6"

DETAIL - CLT CANOPY AT EXT WALL

Owner

PLAN DEATIL- ACCENT WOOD AT CANOPY STEEL DETAIL- CLT CANOPY AT GUTTER 2 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

1

EXT FINISH PER ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

EDGEWOOD, WA

Owner

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Heavy Gauge Gutter at CLT Canopy

PREFINISHED MTL TRIM

R 0

706

8" MIN

0

FASTENER AND SEAM PLATE GYP BD CEILING WELDED SEAM

3"

T/PLATE

9

SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

20

T/PLATE

13

12' - 0"FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

CLT, PER STRUCT

100% CD

NOTCH WOOD ATACHED AS L8x6X7/16 TO REQUIRED STRUCTURAL POST AND CLT

E50

CLT PER STRUCTURAL

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL, FINISH PER ELEV

0

13

6

SIM

8

CEILING TRANSITION @ CLT ENTRY SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SIM

4

5

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

NORTH EDGEWOOD APARTMENTS EXTERIO 207 MERIDIAN EDGEWOOD, WA DETAILS

A.10.

21

PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT STOREFRONT, PER PLAN

SIDING A.10.802 TERMINATION @ CLT ENTRY

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

NOT FOR CONSTR

05/04/2018

20

12' - 0"

VAPOR BARRIER

1 SCREEN @ DETAIL- GREEN STEEL POSTA.10.802

2

22

DETAIL- CLT 33 CANOPY EDGE TRIM SCALE: = 1'-0" Canopy Edge3Trim at 3"CLT PLAN DEATIL- ACCENT WOOD AT CANOPY STEEL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Author

Author

Project Team

JJH

Job Number

001-17025 05/04/2018

Date

2 A.10.802

6"

R-49 BATT INSULATION, TYP

21

6"

C

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

23

SLOPE

GYP CEILING TPOBD FIELD MEMBRANE

2" 2"

SIDING TO CONTINUE BEYOND

6

CEILING TRANSITION @ CLT ENTRY WW 300B

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

1/2"

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

SETTING BLOCK AT SIDING TO CONTINUE STRUCTURAL POSTS BEYOND

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

ACCENT WOOD BLOCKING PER ATTACHED TO WT, STRUCTURAL BOTH SIDES

BLOCKING PER STRUCTURAL

4

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

GRI D

F001

4

14

EXT FINISH PER ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

8" MIN

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

3"

0

1'

2'

3'

TPO BONDING ADHESIVE

4'

2" MIN

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF CUT EDGE SEALANT

2" MIN 3"

17

0"

FASTENER AND SEAM PLATE WELDED SEAM

15

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Professional Seal

ACCENT WOOD ATTACHED FASTENER AND SEAM PLATETO STEEL STRUCTURE, 3X10 CEDAR WELDED SEAM FINISH TO MATCH WITH ADJACENT WOOD SIDING CONTINUOUS BEAD OF CUT EDGE SEALANT TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

VAPOR BARRIER NOTCH WOOD AS REQUIRED

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

CLT, PER STRUCT

VAPOR BARRIER

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

DETAIL- CLT

1

EXT FINISH PER ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

ATTACHMENTBAR WITH TERMINATION AND FASTENER PRE-DRILLED WHOLES IN WOOD CEDARS. TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE, SEE STRUCTURAL FULLY ADHERED

T/SLAB

TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE,

FULLY ADHERED STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, TPO BONDING ADHESIVE PAINTED

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

Owner

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT TERMINATION BAR AND FASTENER

STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

A.10.802

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH

PREFINISHED MTL FLASH

18

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EXTERIOR DETAILS

PREFINISHED MTL TRIM

PREFINISHED MTL TRIM

16

T/SLAB

0"

DETAIL - CLT CANOPY AT EXT WALL DETAIL- CLT CANOPY AT GUTTER GRI 1 CLT SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" Canopy at Exterior Wall D SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

8" MIN

7

ALL DRAWINGS, SPECIFICATIONS, PLANS, IDEAS, ARRANGEMENTS AND DESIGNS REPRESENTED OR REFERRED TO ARE THE PROPERTY OF AND ARE OWNED BY KATERRA INC. WHETHER THE PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY ARE MADE IS EXECUTED OR NOT. THEY WERE CREATED, EVOLVED, DEVELOPED AND PRODUCED FOR THE SOLE USE ON AND IN CONNECTION WITH THIS PROJECT AND NONE OF THE ABOVE MAY BE DISCLOSED OR GIVEN TO OR USED BY ANY PERSON, FIRM OR CORPORATION FOR ANY USE OR PURPOSE WHATSOEVER INCLUDING ANY OTHER PROJECT, EXCEPT UPON WRITTEN PERMISSION AND DIRECTION OF KATERRA INC.

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

ENTRY CANOPY-AT CLT @ GUTTER DETAIL - CLT CANOPY EXT 7 WALL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

05/04/2018

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, STRUCTURAL STEEL TYP PER STRUCTURAL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, TYP

0

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION 542 1st AVE. SOUTH, FLOOR 4 SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104 100% CD

Consultant STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL PAINTED PER ELEVATION

DETAIL- CLT CANOPY EDGE TRIM

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

E50

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

3

STRUCTURAL METAL EDGE TRIM AT STEEL PER STRUCTURAL ALL EXPOSED SIDES PAINTED PER ELEVATION

0

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

ENTRY CANOPY- CLT @ GUTTER

L8x6X7/16 STEEL ANGLE ATTACHED TO STRUCTURAL POST AND CLT, SEE STRUCTURAL. ANGLE TO BE PAINTED

FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE L8x6X7/16 ATACHED TOOVER STEEL PLATE STRUCTURAL POST 1/2" BACKER ROD AND AND CLT SEALANT 1/2"

5"

CLT PER STRUCTURAL 3"

1/2"

9'-11 3/8"

5"

FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE OVER STEEL PLATE

TO B.O. SIDING

SLOPE

SLOPE

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL GUTTER, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

1/4"

3/4" FURRING CHANNEL

SLOPE

3"

LINER AT HIGH POINT

METAL EDGE TRIM BEYOND

24

CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER BLOCKING, AS REQD

CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER

Description

SHEET METAL LINER PER STRUCTURAL CONT WELDED SEAM CLT

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD FOR SLOPING CLT PER STRUCTURAL

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

0

Mark Date

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE TPO FIELD MEMBRANE OVER COVER BOARD

EDGE TRIM BEYOND

WD TRUSS, TYP TPO FIELD MEMBRANE OVER COVER BOARD

1

C

4001

Revisions

CLT PER STRUCTURAL EDGE TRIM BEYOND

1002

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD FOR SLOPING

Desc

Professional Seal

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

2"

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF CUT EDGE SEALANT BLOCKING, AS REQD TPO FIELD MEMBRANE 3/4" FURRING CHANNEL

9

0

CONT WELDED SEAMTO ACCENT WOOD ATTACHED STEEL STRUCTURE, 3X10 CEDAR METAL EDGE WITH TRIM ADJACENT FINISH TO MATCH BEYOND WOOD SIDING

1/2"

805

3 A.10.802

05

R SEE STRUCTURAL TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE, FULLY ADHERED TPO BONDING ADHESIVE

2" MIN

00

ATTACHMENT WITH PRE-DRILLED WHOLES IN WOOD CEDARS.

TERMINATION BAR AND WD FASTENER TRUSS, TYP

R

JJ

Date

Mark Date

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

Au

Job Number

Revisions

R-49 BATT INSULATION, TYP PREFINISHED MTL FLASH 706

STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

Author Project Team

CLT, PER STRUCT

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER STRUCTURAL, FINISH PER ELEV

NORTH EDGEWOOD APARTMENTS 207 MERIDIAN EDGEWOOD, WA

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Wall Section at CLT Canopy

2

WALL SECTION - FF

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

30 // Nick Place

5

DETAIL- GREEN SCREEN @ STEEL POST 8 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" SIDING TERMINATION @ CLT ENTRY

STOREFRONT, PER PLAN

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

STOREFRONT, PER PLAN

5

SIDING TERMINATION @ CLTWOOD ENTRYAT PLAN DEATIL- ACCENT CANOPY STEEL 2 SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Author

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Accent Wood at CLT Canopy Steel

R-49 BATT INSULATION, TYP

1

001-17025 05/04/2018

R-49 BATT INSULATION, TYP Mark Date

WD TRUSS, TYP TPO FIELD MEMBRANE CONT WELDED SEAM GYP BD CEILING METAL EDGE TRIM BEYOND BLOCKING, AS REQD BLOCKING, AS REQD

Job Number Date Revisions

GYP BD CEILING

PLAN DEAT CANOPY S

Project Team

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

WD TRUSS, TYP

2

Author SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" JJH

WALL SECTION - LL

2"

8

DETAIL- GREEN SCREEN @ STEEL POST

PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT

PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED 3/4" FURRING CHANNEL METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE

Description


OVER COVER BOARD STRUCTURAL PAINTED PER ELEVATION

1/2"

ELEVATION FOR FINISH METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

CLT PER STRUCTURAL BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, TYP

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD CLT, PERFOR STRUCTURAL SLOPING

SLOPE

TPO FIELD MEMBRANE BLOCKING PER STRUCTURAL

CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER

ENTRY CANOPY- CLT @ GUTTER

4

SLOPE SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

FLEXIBLE MEMBRANE OVER STEEL PLATE EXT FINISH PER ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

GRI D

DETAIL- CLT

1

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

PREFINISHED MTL TRIM

5"

7

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

DETAIL - CLT CANOPY AT EXT WALL

SIDING TO CONTINUE PREFINISHED MTL FLASH BEYOND CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT 3"

STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

TERMINATION BAR AND FASTENER

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

FASTENER AND SEAM PLATE BACKER ROD AND SEALANT AROUND MTL PLATE, TYP WELDED SEAM CONTINUOUS BEAD OF BLOCKING PER CUT EDGE SEALANT STRUCTURAL TPO FIELD MEMBRANE

2" MIN

WALL ASSEMBLY PER PLAN

3"

7

ENTRY CANOPY- CLT @ GUTTER SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

05

STRUCTURAL STEEL PER TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE, FULLY ADHERED STRUCTURAL PAINTED PER ELEVATION TPO BONDING ADHESIVE

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

8" MIN

1/2"

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

4

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

R

SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

DETAIL - CLT CANOPY AT EXT WALL

706 0

GRI D

DETAIL-

1

ROOF RIDGE

VAPOR BARRIER FINISH PER CLT, PEREXT STRUCT ELEVATIONS/SECTIONS

SCALE: 3" = 1'

28'PREFINISHED - 0" MTL TRIM PREFINISHED MTL FLASH CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT

PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT TERMINATION BAR AND FASTENER

8

DETAIL- GREEN SCREEN @ STEEL POST SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

5

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

TPO FLASHING MEMBRANE, STOREFRONT, PER FULLY ADHERED PLAN TPO BONDING ADHESIVE

SIDING TERMINATION @ CLT ENTRY 8" MIN

T/PARAPET

17' - 0"

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

E40 0

2

FASTENER AND SEAM PLATE WELDED SEAM

Siding Termination Over CLT at Entry Piece

PLAN DEAT CANOPY S SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

CONTINUOUS BEAD OF CUT EDGE SEALANT

2" MIN 3"

FIELD MEMBRANE R-49 BATTTPO INSULATION, TYP SHEATHING, AS REQD FOR SLOPE

WD TRUSS, TYP VAPOR BARRIER

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

CLT, PER STRUCT

GYP BD CEILING

8

BLOCKING, AS REQD PEEL AND STICK FLASHING FULL LENGTH OF STOREFRONT 3/4" FURRING CHANNEL STOREFRONT, PER PLAN

DETAIL- GREEN SCREEN @ STEEL POST

2

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

5

SIDING TERMINATION @ CLT ENTRY

2

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

T/PLATE

7 A.10.802

C

CLT PER STRUCTURAL

12' - 0" SIM

9

5 A.10.802

SIM

32

6001

R-49 BATT INSULATION, TYP

13

6

0

13 21

CEILING TRANSITION @ CLT ENTRY

PLAN CANO

SCALE: 3"

WD TRUSS, TYP

3

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL- CL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

GYP BD CEILING

BLOCKING, AS REQD 3/4" FURRING CHANNEL

CLT PER STRUCTURAL T/PLATE

6 A.10.802

12' - 0" 6

CEILING TRANSITION @ CLT ENTRY

3

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Ceiling Transition at CLT Entry Piece

18

DETA

SCALE: 3"

SHIM/ADDED COEVR BD FOR SLOPING TPO FIELD MEMBRANE CONT WELDED SEAM, TPO LAPS OVER GUTTER

16 15

14 18

17

SLOPE

T/SLAB

0"

5"

T/SLAB

0" 3"

1/2"

22 GA (MIN) PREFABRICATED METAL EDGE TRIM, SEE ELEVATION FOR FINISH

0

1'

2'

3'

METAL EDGE TRIM AT ALL EXPOSED SIDES

4'

CLT, PER STRUCTURAL

Gutter at CLT Entry Piece ENTRY CANOPYCLT @ GUTTER 7

4

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

DETAIL - C WALL SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

Wall Section at CLT Entry Piece

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

STEEL POST PER STRUCTURAL, PAINTED

Nick Place //SECTION 31 WALL

1

GREENSCREEN SYSTEM

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

3"

2

WALL SECTION @ ENTRY

FASTENERS TO POST PER MFR

AT EXT


419.721.8829 nplace.np@gmail.com

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