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3A Studio, Sci-Arc Fall 2011 Partner: Billy Diep Instructor: Gregory Walsh

City Aperture 3B Studio, Sci-Arc Spring 2012 Partner: Jie Yang Instructor: Russell Thomsen

Price of Excellence in HYP cup 2012 International Student Competition in Architectural Design http://www.archreport.com.cn/show-6-109-1.html Magazine: UED Special Issue of 2012 HYP Competition (Issue 068)

Solar Decathlon 2013 Vertical Studio+Caltech, Sci-Arc Summer 2012 Team member: Jason Velazquez, Zhang Xiao, Feng Chu Chen, Kristy Velasco, Aladdin Mogeem Instructor: Wes Jones

Abstract Context 5B Thesis Studio, Sci-Arc Spring 2014 Instructor: Dwayne Oyler

Construction Documentation Applied Study, Sci-Arc Spring 2013 Instructor: Jay Vanoz & Pavel Getov

Professional Works La Opinion Headquarters Idea Office, September 2012 - May 2014 Supervisor: Russell Thomsen & Eric Kahn

6th Ave Office Warehouse JWL Associates Inc., June 2014 - Dec 2015 Supervisor: Peter Wang

Carolyn Way Hakim Residence Vanos Architects, Dec 2014 - May 2015 Supervisor: Jay Vanos Team member: Bryan Harris & Brian Dassler

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Sci-Arc Projects Rebuild: L.A. Memorial Coliseum


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Rebuild: L.A. Memorial Coliseum 3A Studio, Sci-Arc Fall 2011, Instructor: Gregory Walsh, Partner: Billy Diep The project concerns the upgrading of the LA Memorial Coliseum for continued use as a venue for major athletic events as well as proposing additional uses for the site in order to increase both the frequency of stadium events and to intensify the daily use of Exposition Park. Opened in 1923, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is one of the great athletic venues in the United States. Host to two Olympiad and countless major events, its peristyle end and torch are icons of Los Angeles. Over the years, Exposition Park and the LA Coliseum have undergone a number of transformations that have led to its current state of under use and decay. The park will soon be served by newsubway transit line that will open in 2012 on Exposition Boulevard and the California Science Center was awarded a space shuttle, requiring new facilities. With the proposed transfer of management to from the Coliseum Commission to the University of Southern California, there is a tremendous opportunity to transform the LA Memorial Coliseum into a state-of-the-art athletic facility for the 21st century, establish a mix-use strategy and contribute to the overall revitalization of Exposition Park.


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Site The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is a large outdoor sports stadium in the University Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, at Exposition Park, a 160 acre tract directly south of U.S.C. and it is bounded by Exposition blvd. to the north, Figueroa St. on the east, Martin Luther King Blvd. to the south, and Vermont Ave. to the west. Along with the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the specific 3A focus this semester, the park contain museums, dierent sports venues, and diverse other facilities. The stadium is home to the Pacific-12 Conference’s University of Southern California Trojans football team. The stadium is jointly owned by the State of California, Los Angeles County, and the City of Los Angeles; it is currently managed by the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission. The Coliseum is the only stadium to have hosted the Olympic Games twice, in 1932 and 1984. It is also the only Olympic stadium to have hosted Supper Bowls and World Series. It was declared a National Historic Landmark on July 27, 1984.

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Rebuild: L.A. Memorial Coliseum\ Site\


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Concept L.A. Memorial Coliseum, due to its limited amount of events, does not generate more than enough income to sustain itself. Therefore, the project aims to rebuild the existing Coliseum in order to substantially increase the activities to the site, so that it will bring more revenues, and also create a canopy structure for the spectators. The main idea is to activate the spaces in the stadium by relocating the football field and allowing for new programs such as the indoor amphitheater and restaurant towards the peristyle area. This arrangement creates the opportunity for simultaneous activities to happen. The design of the canopy structure and the programs around the football field are treated as an individual unit that combines together into a larger whole. The core of the canopy structure supports the seatings, various sizes of VIP rooms located on dierent levels, while also acting as a vertical circulation that connects all of these programs. 9

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Stadium interior rendering

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Bird eye’s view looking into stadium interior

Canopy Structure The existing Coliseum doesn’t have any shading structure to shade for the event during the day which poses a huge problem for the spectators. However, due to the historical value of the site, the addition of the canopy has to avoid touching the existing facade of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The design of the canopy follows the geometry of the existing Coliseum facade which causes the form of the canopy to be more modulated. The modular aspect of the canopy structure drives the idea of individual unit to merge as a whole through the structure and programmatic interaction within the stadium.

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Concrete Structure Primary Structure Secondary Structure Force Transfer Direction

Structure Diagram

The canopy hovering above transforms it’s shape based on the program of the stadium. It is more regular towards the seating area for the football event, while changes its profile towards the entry area in order to accommodate shading for indoor amphitheater and restaurant. The canopy also allows for ventilation by venting out the hot air and achieves cooling in the stadium. In addition, indirect sunlight can penetrate into the stadium with this type of canopy system.

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Bird’s eye view of the stadium interior towards the entrance

Longitudinal Section

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Roof Material: Tensotherm A composite material comprised of three component materials: 1. PTFE fiberglass fabric membrane exterior skin. 2. Translucent blanket, embedded with revolutionary lumira aerogel thermal and acoustic insulation. 3. PTFE fiberglass acoustic or vapor barrier interior liner.

Secondary Structure Material: Steel Consists of triangular trusses between the primary structure to resist twisting.

Primary Structure Material: Steel The primary structure is supported by the concrete core and cantilever towards the seating area for about 270’. the depth of the structure is 22’.

Core Structure Material: Concrete The core structure holds the primary structure in order for it to transfer the load to the ground. This structure also acts as an elevator to allow for vertical circulation.

Floor plate/ Seating/ Program Material: Concrete The programs are luxury boxes, food stand, restaurant, concert hall, and press box.

Existing Wall Structure

Exploded Axonometric Diagram

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Rebuild: L.A. Memorial Coliseum\ Canopy Structure\


Physical model showing the section

Primary Structure Secondary Structure

Press Box Elevator/ Core Structure Upper Level Seatings Concourse Level Seatings Small Size Luxury Boxes Ground Level Seatings Large Size Luxury Boxes Parking Foot Ball Field

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Physical model showing the canopy structure

Program The new program arrangement for Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is done in hierarchical order. The Underground level being the parking structure, Ground level being the Public zone, and the Concourse Level being the Private zone. The Ground Level consists of programs such as Public Lounge, Restaurants, Gym, Indoor Amphitheater, Food Stands, and few Large size Luxury boxes. While the Concourse Level includes Small size Luxury boxes and Private Lounge.

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Press Box

Upper Level Seating

Small Size Luxury Box

Concourse Level Seating Large Size Luxury Box

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Rebuild: L.A. Memorial Coliseum\ Program\


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Physical model on the site

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Price of Excellence in HYP cup 2012 International Student Competition in Architectural Design http://www.archreport.com.cn/show-6-109-1.html Magazine: UED Special Issue of 2012 HYP Competition (Issue 068)

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City Aperture 3B Studio, Sci-Arc Spring 2012, Instructor: Russell Thomsen, Partner: Jie Yang In the second semester of the third year in the undergraduate school the students are asked to produce a ‘comprehensive’ design that deals with the interrelationship of building systems. They are required to articulate a projects performance structurally, thermally, acoustically and environmentally. Beyond competent articulation of systemic relationships we will ask that the students mine these systems for spatial and organizational potential. Issues of embedding, figuration, mass and interstice, solid and void as well as contemporary notions of pochĂŠ incarnated by double skins and thick membranes are all within the family of formal problems related to systemic challenges that the studio will be exploring. The course objectives is to allow student to achieve Comprehensive Design, Critical Thinking Skills, Design Skills, Sustainability, Research Skills, Use of Precedents, Graphic Skills, and Accessibility.

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Site The studio project is to be located on the site of the recently completed New Museum (by SANAA) in New York. The New Museum is located on the Bowery at a pivotal geographic and cultural intersection where generations of artists have lived, worked, and contributed to the ongoing cultural dialogue of the nation. In 1960 SoHo was a derelict brownfield site, but now it is a vibrant New York district. This paper examines how the renewal occurred so rapidly and completely. The dramatic revival has resulted in a high density environment which provides the mix of uses usually associated with urban villages. High density and mixed uses have been bound together and sustained by the catalyst of myth making. These three terms, mixed use, density, and myth are first defined and their interaction over the last 200 years is plotted to demonstrate how these qualities provide a successful urban environment. This historical overview also shows how SoHo became a primary example of local residents overcoming city planners and how it is the first time that artists acted as urban pioneers.

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Concept New York City is a remarkably dynamic and dense city, which embedded rich culture. Enormous amount of high skyscraper have been risen from the ground. Museum is a culture reinforcer to the city, bringing people some spirit food. To merge the museum with the city context, three “windows,” facing different direction of the city, are created in different height to accommodate the city view. As visitors walks along the museum, the three “windows,” the galleries, are experienced in sequence -- from eye level to aerial level. In this way, the art and the gallery are perfectly merged. The lowest “window” is facing the Prince Street, which is on the west; the middle “window” is facing Upper Manhattan, which is on the north; the highest “window” is facing Lower Manhattan, which is on the south.

Create 3 boxes (galleries) in the bounding box on the site.

Extrude the 3 boxes to south, north, west from the highest window to the lowest.

Extrude the 3 boxes to south, north, west from the highest window to the lowest. Morphology Diagram

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Dynamic Architecture System: City Aperture\ Concept\


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Interior Gallery

9th Floor 137'-0"

Interior Gallery

8th Floor 119'-0"

Interior Gallery 7th Floor 103'-6"

Interior Gallery 6th Floor 87'-3"

Media Center

Resting Spot

5th Floor 74'-4"

Learning Center

4th Floor 51'-0"

Exterior Gallery

Office

3rd Floor 39'-0"

Office 2nd Floor 26'-9"

Gift Shop 1st Floor 14'-6"

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Theater

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Dynamic Architecture System: City Aperture\ Section\


From Bowery South From Bowery North To Theater

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM Circulation Diagram

Inner Massing Diagram

INNER MASSING DIAGRAM

Local Circulation Entry Elevator Emergency Stair Check Point

PROGRAM DIAGRAM Program Diagram

STRUCTURE DIAGRAM Structure Diagram

Theater

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Storage & Machenical room

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Exterior Gallery Interior Gallery Learning Center & Media Room Cafe

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Dynamic Architecture System: City Aperture\ Diagrams\


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Dynamic Architecture System: City Aperture\ Floorplans\


Rendering showing exterior gallery looking towards Lower Soho 3 A- 3.3 BUILDING TOP 179'-2" CEILING TOP 173'-6"

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POUR IN CONCRETE 5TH FLOOR 74'-4"

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Dynamic Architecture System: City Aperture\ Section\


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SKYLIGHT The slylights are created by the tubes extended to the ceiling of the big gallery, which provide a view to the sky and sunlight.

ENVELOPE The envelope is created by the three big “windows,” which are facing to the NYC city in different directions. The “stripes” are created around the every floor plates, providing sun light to the interior. The openings are on the top and the bottom of the floor plates, and not appear on the eye level so that the three frames will be more appreciated.

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BIG GALLERY The entire floor, which is 116’ x 100’ x 35’, creates the overhang on the neighboring building and create an outdoor gallery. It connects to the to exterior galleries.

MATERIALS GFRC - Facade 77,305 sq ft 4 ‘ x 6 ’ Panels: 2200 panels Custom sized Panels: 1800 panels Concrete - Core, Floor Slabs, Structural Support Floor Slabs: 18,000 cubic feet Core + Primary structural elements: 38,000 cubic feet Steel Beams 2‘ beams for the floor plates: 7920 ft

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Rendering of the Top level gallery looking towards Upper Manhattan


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Solar Decathlon 2013 Vertical Studio+Caltech, Sci-Arc Summer 2012, Instructor: Wes Jones Team member: Jason Velazquez, Zhang Xiao, Feng Chu Chen, Kristy Velasco, Aladdin Mogeem This is a three part studio. In committing its resources to the Solar Decathlon endeavor SCI-Arc has two goals. First, to win the competition on the terms set by the sponsors, but then also to contribute to a larger vision of sustainable design, by discovering other ways to be environmentally responsible, beyond those already established as green orthodoxy. So, on the one hand, the studio works towards mastering the general knowledge, intellectual and manual skills, and technical expertise embodies in the ten oďŹƒcial contests. On the other hand, SCI-Arc will leverage its own unique perspective to explore the larger picture and what strategies and tactics might reside outside the carefully delimited boundaries of the competition.


Site Solar Decathlon 2013 Orange County Great Park Irvine, California 40.2 miles from SCI-Arc

Solar Decathlon 2013 Village Orange County Great Park East of I-5 / 405 interchange

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Transportation Routine heavy haul Oversize shipping permits Length: 135’ max (DALE = 31’ max) Weight: Under 120,000 lbs (DALE = 10 tons x 2) Width: 14’ max (DALE = 14’ max)

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Entrance Solar Decathlon 2013 Village

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Concept The design emphasized on celebrating the active California lifestyle through dynamicity. DALE short for Dynamic Augmented Living Environment consist of two prefabricated modules.

When enclosed, the walls provided privacy for the users as a typical residence, allow users to fully enchance the building as a whole.

The module will slide open to bring the outdoors inside, and the indoors outside, allowing man to interact in nature with ease. Upon sliding, the programs are activated in relation to the various landscapes. This flexibility will produce many configurations and gain square footage inside and outside the house. This house can easily adapt to the various California climates. As DALE opens, there’s an increase in natural ventilation and lighting. When DALE closes to the “buttoned-up� position, the users area protected from harsh temperature changes.

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When the modules move apart, the walls in between become transparent, allowing the outdoor enviroment to engage with the interior space while maintaining the relationship between the modules.


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1st module

1st module

The module consists of public and private programs, the 1st module will host the living area and the guest room. The 2nd module will contain private programs such as kitchen, bedroom, and the bathroom

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When the modules move apart, the outdoor space will be produced, enhacing the experience of the public area.

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Closed Configuration After the Thermal Mass has been charged, The two modules can slide over it to gain solar heat which can save energy. This configuration allows a more public/private space in the back yard to use in dierent occations. Experiencing the California lifestyle in both north and south facades. Plan Data 91 sf - Master BedRoom 80 sf - Guest BedRoom 165 sf - Living Room 70 sf - Kitchen 90 sf - Dining 15 sf - Mechanical room Total Interior Sf 610 sf

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Open Configuration Accommodate user activity The modules configurations can be changed to allow dierent activity and events to happen simultaneous without creating privacy issue. Landscape and Outdoor experienceExperiencing the California lifestyle by integrating the building in landscape Plan Data 91 sf - Master BedRoom 80 sf - Guest BedRoom 165 sf - Living Room 70 sf - Kitchen 90 sf - Dining 15 sf - Mechanical room Total Interior Sf 610 sf Total Exterior Sf 620 sf Total Usable Sf 1230 sf

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Floor plan: closed configuration

Floor plan: open configuration

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Solar Decathlon 2013\ Floor Plan\ Open and Closed Configurations


Transformable Canopy System This system will provide control of natural lighting into the living, private spaces, and provide shade for exterior from afternoon sun through an automated pivoting system.

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The landscape is divided into 5 major strips that are composed of 7’-6” trays. 12'-0"

Each strip contains material representing the different landscapes of California. The landscape strips are arranged to enhance the outdoor experience when the module is in open or close condition. Hence, creating a micro climate condition.

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Date: 13 October 2013 Overhang shades the sunlight when the modules are opened during the day The screen system on the south side shades the low angle sunlight in the afternoon and morning

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DALE The SCI-ARC and CALTECH Solar Decathlon 2013 Team has designed DALE, the Dynamic Augmented Living Environment, to unite these four key concepts of sustainable living: Nature, Interaction, Energy, and Future. The competition is held in Orange Country, Irvine during October 2013.

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Abstract Context 5B Thesis Studio, Sci-Arc Spring 2014, Instructor: Dwayne Oyler Anamorphosis in art refers to a distortion of mirrored or perspectival projection. while historically it was used as a trick of concealment, and often required a single view to “see” it correctly, this thesis uses anamorphism as a means for an architecture of contextual receptivity for many possible viewers. A contemporary built environment, specifically the city, can no longer be considered a homogenous cultural entity. Rather, it should be seen as a collection of intersections where various social, cultural, or economic events dissect. Architecture should be able to present different perspectives and realities based on the context around it. This thesis proposes the replacement of the Kengo Kuma’s Asakusa Cultural and tourism center in Tokyo, Japan, using Local context to create abstract form through the technique of anamorphosis. This technique will take various architectural elements around the site to create a form which has a coherent reading of the surrounding urban context, such as views of the neighboring temple, surrounding elevations, street signs, windows and close geometries. The thesis intends to create perceptual connection between context and form/ surface through the technique of anamorphosis.


Site Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. Asakusa is a famous tourist spot and a cultural hub filled with commercial buildings and a wellknown Japanese temple “Kaminarimon”.

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Where Kengo Kuma’s Asakusa Cultural and Tourism Center is located

TOKYO SKYTREE is a broadcasting, restaurant, and observation tower in Sumida, Tokyo, Japan. It became the tallest structure in Japan in 2010 and reached its full height of 634.0 metres (2,080 ft)

KAMINARIMON is the outer of two large entrance gates that ultimately leads to the Sensō-ji in Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan. The gate, with its lantern and statues, is popular with tourists.

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North Context Elevation NORTH CONTEXT ELEVATION

WEST CONTEXT ELEVATION West Context Elevation

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Abstract Context\ Site information


Concept The anamorphism will take various architectural elements around the site to create a form which has a coherent reading of the surrounding urban context, such as views of the neighboring temple, surrounding elevations, street signs, windows and close geometries. 4 vantage points are established around the site with a reflective volume. The reflective volume reflects the surrounding context and is seen from the 4 vantage points. From each of these 4 vantage points, the reflected context elevation generated from the site is manipulated using the technique of anamorphosis. The closed geometries from the temples and the commercial buildings, street signs and building apertures from the projected elevations are formed to create extrusion and depression on the volumes on the site.

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The operation from multiple vantage points also causes the spaces to intersect with one another. The visitor would experience a shift in elevation due the gradual incline of the floor is in this case a direct result of the anamorphic geometry coming through the sectional qualities of the building. The visitor will be treated to a double-high space where the ceiling beams tectonically express the lines of the geometry running in directions other than corner to corner.

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Construction Documentation Applied Study, Sci-Arc Spring 2013, Instructor: Jay Vanoz & Pavel Getov A new project type has emerged in the City of Los Angeles, and elsewhere, spurred on by the need for high quality, small scale, ownership based residential living. In an effort to encourage increased density and ownership, free from the established drawbacks of the condominium model, the City of Los Angeles implemented the “Small Lot Subdivision” ordinance in order to provide for this new dwelling model. MultiFamily residential lots within the city can now be subdivided into ‘small lot subdivisions’. As an alternative to Condominium development, they provide for ‘townhome’ style projects, with buildings on individual lots. Each building is a standalone structure, and owned fee-simple. There are no homeowner associations for these developments as simple reciprocal easements and group maintenance agreements perform the task of coordinating joint use issues. Small lot structures can in principle can be demolished and replaced by the owner at will, without affecting their immediate neighbors. The student will be engaged in the design of a small lot dwelling unit as a part of a larger small lot subdivision project.


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La Opinion Headquarters Idea Office, September 2012 - May 2014, Supervisor: Russell Thomsen & Eric Kahn Sparked by a strong interest in the dynamic urbanism of Los Angeles, the La Opinion Headquarters examines the Broadway corridor as a site in the downtown core. This linear slot of Manhattan-like urbanism is comprised of a fairly consistent fabric of eight to ten story buildings built in the previous century. As downtown becomes ‘urban’ (again), it is undergoing massive shifts in economies, scales and uses, conflating to produce the metropolitan.

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Aerial Map © IDEA Office

La Opinion is the leading Spanish language newspaper for the Southern California region. In response to a need to bring administration and production into a single location, the new headquarters asserts itself as an urban presence.The production facilities are positioned in a tall, single story space located below grade along the east side of the site at Main Street. A field of linear skylights illuminate the entire space, while large windows to the street above allow passersby to observe the printing activity below. Small commercial venues are located at the street level along Broadway to the west, while the editorial offices for the paper occupy the gently curving ten-story bar building above. A large public event space, along with a daycare center for employees’ children float as discrete forms in the roof of the production hall and provide an interface between the offices above and the place of production below. In addition to promoting frequent chance interactions amongst a wide spectrum of occupants, this programming strategy serves to blur and conflate the mission of the newspaper as a collective, public voice with the people and public spaces that inhabit it.

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5th Floor Plan © IDEA Office

Ground Floor Plan © IDEA Office

East Elevation © IDEA Office

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La Opinion Headquarter\ Design\


Render showing the perforated skin facade © IDEA Officea


Night view Rendering © IDEA Office


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UC Under Construction


6th Ave Office Warehouse JWL Associates Inc., June 2014 - Dec 2014, Supervisor: Peter Wang The project is an office warehouse located in the industrial area. The existing office structure is demolished to build a new 2-story office building. The new office floor plan is designed in with efficiency as priority. Since the first floor office is connected to the warehouse and the street, it is designed as service area with programs such as manager office, lunch area, reception, and showroom. While the 2nd floor is designed mainly as open office area with manager offices to monitor for office activity. The project is currently under construction.


Photograph of the existing office exterior © JWL Associates Inc.

Floorplans © JWL Associates Inc.

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6th Ave Office Warehouse\ Floorplans\


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Elevations © JWL Associates Inc.

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Sections Š JWL Associates Inc.

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Photograph of the office building 1st floor interior © JWL Associates Inc.

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6th Ave Office Warehouse\ Reflective Ceiling Plan & Sections \


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Carolyn Way Hakim Residence Vanos Architects, Dec 2014 - May 2015, Supervisor: Jay Vanos, Team member: Bryan Harris & Brian Dassler The project proposed for new 2-story and a basement luxurious French style house in west Hollywood area. The basement consist of entertainment areas and maid bedroom. The first floor includes the living area, dining area and garage. The second floor contains bedrooms for the inhabitants. There are two main stairways in the house to allow for access to all levels.


B

A 13' - 4 1/8"

D

C

8' - 5 7/8"

F

E

95' - 0"

7' - 11"

G

H

35' - 0 1/4"

J

VANOS ARCHITECTS INC

28' - 6 3/4"

4'-5 1/4" 1 A6.2

A--A3.1

B A3.2

1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

C A3.3

4C 1' - 6" 1' - 6"

6 BATHRM.

3

011

Ø2 '-6 "

5

3'-4 13/32"

6' - 7 3/8"

C

4B

A3

C3

C3

STAIR

014

C7

LIGHTWELL

20' - 4"

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

LAUNDRY

C5

MECHANICAL

009

12' - 0 5/8"

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

012

A3

439' - 2"

3 A3.6

1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

6

CL 4

C1

009

B

STORAGE

007

006

A5

A5

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf

THEATER 005

3 A3.6

A4

436' - 0"

19' - 0"

6

OWNER:

435' - 0"

MAID'S RM.

A5 A1 006

A4 A1

B

C3

C1

HALL

010

011

A1

005

C7

SURVEY:

DN

SD CO

008 A4

SD

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

C5

UP

010

A4 A1

007

C1

002 008

5

WINE RM.

5

UP UP

SD 002

SD

4C

BUILT-IN SEATING

003

2

SD

2 A3.5

1 A6.1

4'-5 1/4"

LANDSCAPE:

001 A1

4C 3

BAR 436' - 0" 2

2 RECESS FOR FLAT SCREEN TV BUILT-IN CUE HOLDER

RECESS FOR FLAT SCREEN TV

013

A2

C1

FLOOR PLAN NOTES

015

BATH RM.

1 A3.4

1 Guardrail @ 42" Abv. FF. 4" max. openings Typ. 2 1 1/2" dia handrail @ 36" abv nosing. Shall support 20 lbs/lin ft.

6

3

6'-2 1/8"

1' - 6" 1' - 6"

A3 5

ELECTRICAL:

1 A3.4

004

3 Provide fan w/ 5 air changes per hour min. ventilation. Fans shall be ENERGY STAR compliant and be ducted to terminate to the outside of the building. Fans, not functioning as a component of a whole house ventilation system, must be controlled by a humidity control. 4 Provide non-absorbent wall finish, cement plaster, tile or approved to 70" above drain at shower or shower/ tub.

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

GYM 003

436' - 0"

A2

Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam

001 A3

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL:

MECHANICAL / T24:

A1

A1

Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

RECREATION RM.

3

4C

GEOTECHNICAL:

CIVIL:

FABRIC WALL

2 A3.5 AA3.1 ---

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CO

C4

004

B

A

57' - 0"

4

Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

2'6"

4

4'-0"

C1

5 Provide shatter resistant materials for shower enclosure.

No.

Description

Date

Ø

6 Provide ultra flush water closest max 1.28 gal/ flush. 7 20 minute self closing/latching fire rated door. 8 Provide an approved spark arrester for the chimney of a fireplace, stove, or barbecue (2802.1)

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1 A

B A3.2

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

11' - 5 1/2"

C

D

E

F

EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

4B

G

H

11 GATE

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

© Vanos Architects

0.0 BASEMENT

J

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

C A3.3

4B

INTERIOR NOTES

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LT. W ELL

23' - 4 1/2" 36' - 6"

1

EXTERIOR NOTES

7/6/2015 6:48:31 PM

LT. W ELL

4C

1-hr Fire Rated Wall (1 layer 'Type X' Gyp on each side o/ framing min) Emergency egress (min 24" clear height, 20" clear width, 5.7 sf min area (5.0 sf at grade level), & 44" max to sill)

A NO RT H

9 Stairways shall have an illumination level on tread runs of not less than 1 foot-candle. (1205.4)

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

ELECTRICAL NOTES

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Project number Date

T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

A1.0B

AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

As indicated

Scale

Basement Floorplan Drawn by Brian Dassler, Assisted by Nila M. Liem & Bryan Harris

B

A

D

C

22' - 6 3/4"

8' - 0 7/8"

E

96' - 0 7/8"

5' - 5 1/2"

F

G

H

41' - 7 7/8"

2 A6.2

A A3.1

J

16' - 8 3/8"

VANOS ARCHITECTS INC

1' - 6 5/8"

GUEST PARKING

1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

C A3.3

B A3.2 4A

2

1/2" MAX

G

H

H

6

2

DD

H

BATH RM. 6 108 3

GARAGE C6

A7

A8

9' - 0"

9' - 0"

UP UP

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

C1

C1

105

107

A6

SD CO HALL A6

7

OWNER: Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

2 A6.1 C1

SURVEY:

C3 117

REF

FZR

111

109 116

PNTRY

1/2" MAX 125

5

3 A3.6 V

C1

120 A8

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf

V

DINING RM.

FAMILY RM.

118 1/2" MAX

C1

136 DD

DD

123

CO SD

UP

128

UP

5

COAT CL. C3

4

4 4A DD DN DN

A A3.1

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1/2" MAX

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102

COVERED PATIO

108 STOR.

111

109 A6

A7

2

3

3

2

112

4A

C1

1/4" : 12"

C1

1/4" : 12"

1 A3.4

1 Guardrail @ 42" Abv. FF. 4" max. openings Typ.

LIVING RM. OFFICE

V

103

104

138

ELECTRICAL:

1 A3.4

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

129 V

1/2" MAX

FLOOR ABOVE

Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam

1/4" : 12" 1/4" : 12"

3 Provide fan w/ 5 air changes per hour min. ventilation. Fans shall be ENERGY STAR compliant and be ducted to terminate to the outside of the building. Fans, not functioning as a component of a whole house ventilation system, must be controlled by a humidity control. 4 Provide non-absorbent wall finish, cement plaster, tile or approved to 70" above drain at shower or shower/ tub.

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL:

MECHANICAL / T24:

DD

FLOOR PLAN NOTES 2 1 1/2" dia handrail @ 36" abv nosing. Shall support 20 lbs/lin ft.

Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold

LANDSCAPE: DN 4A

C1 6

3'-10 1/4"

2

GEOTECHNICAL:

Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

448' - 0"

SKYLIGHT ABV.

PWDR RM.

DD

448' - 0"

2 A3.5

1'-8 7/16" 1'-7 7/8"

3

4A

101

A6 A6

Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

CIVIL:

2

101

1/4" : 12"

1/4" : 12"

A6

ENTRANCE HALL 139

2

ENTRY

1/4" : 12"

ROOF ABV.

2 A3.5

DN

11' - 10 1/4"

B

A

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

124

106

DN

MECH. ACCESS ABV.

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

KITCHEN

A6

448' - 0"

1/2" MAX

A6

OVEN

1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

6

C1

119

19'-9 3/8"

29

18' - 0"

LIGHTWELL

22' - 4"

110 29

DW

DW

2'6" Ø

5

2'-4 17/32"

4A

1/2" MAX

2'-11 7/8"

4

1'-3" 1'-3"

C3

STAIR

DD 133

134 A8

3 A3.6

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C1

5 Provide shatter resistant materials for shower enclosure.

No.

6 Provide ultra flush water closest max 1.28 gal/ flush. 4A

8 Provide an approved spark arrester for the chimney of a fireplace, stove, or barbecue (2802.1)

BAR

FF

135

1 EE

9 Stairways shall have an illumination level on tread runs of not less than 1 foot-candle. (1205.4)

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

1

C

D

7/6/2015 6:48:35 PM

EXTERIOR NOTES 1A ROOF TYPE 1: 4A Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

LT. WELL 438' - 6"

4A

LEVEL 1

3' - 8 1/4"

B A3.2

E

12' - 0 3/4"

F

3' - 7 3/4" G

17 WOOD LAGGING 12 LANDSCAPE WALL: # WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 2X4 Wood Lagging 6" Cast In Place Conc. 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: 13 FIREPLACE: 18 WATERPROOFING Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 Xypex concrete waterproofing Majestic DVBC 7 Series # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 membrane ICC# ESR-9907 Direct vent gas fp. 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: ANSI/CSR test certified 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING 4" PVC Drainage pipe 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: 15 FASCIA: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized insulated glass Sheet Metal, Painted 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" Painted Welded metal railing, insulated glass Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, 10 GUTTER: Guardrail @ 42" Abv. 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted Finish Floor Min. 11 GATE

C A3.3

18' - 3" H

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

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1-hr Fire Rated Wall (1 layer 'Type X' Gyp on each side o/ framing min) Emergency egress (min 24" clear height, 20" clear width, 5.7 sf min area (5.0 sf at grade level), & 44" max to sill)

Description

A6

1/2" MAX

NO RT H

7 20 minute self closing/latching fire rated door.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

ELECTRICAL NOTES E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

1.0 FIRST FLOOR

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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit. CO Carbon Monixide alarm system T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Project number Date

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1'-6 3/8"1'-9 1/2"

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1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

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1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

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207

C1

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf

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213

212

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217

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C1

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ATTIC ACCESS ABV.

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OWNER: Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

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461' - 0"

CO SD

WALK-IN

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WALK-IN

201

202 1/2" MAX

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209

204

A9

A9

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL:

8' - 10"

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

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Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold

LANDSCAPE:

SKYLIGHT ABV. C3

461' - 0"

GEOTECHNICAL:

Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

CIVIL:

16' - 0"

3 A6.1

TERRACE A A3.1

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57' - 0"

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R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

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4'-4 17/32"

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C3

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Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24:

SD 207

MASTER BATH

MASTER BED RM. 203

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1 A3.4

1 Guardrail @ 42" Abv. FF. 4" max. openings Typ. 2 1 1/2" dia handrail @ 36" abv nosing. Shall support 20 lbs/lin ft.

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EXTERIOR NOTES # WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

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Date

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1-hr Fire Rated Wall (1 layer 'Type X' Gyp on each side o/ framing min)

LEVEL 2

Description

4

1

9 Stairways shall have an illumination level on tread runs of not less than 1 foot-candle. (1205.4)

7/6/2015 6:48:39 PM

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

CC

461' - 0"

6 Provide ultra flush water closest max 1.28 gal/ flush.

4A 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

ELECTRICAL:

1 A3.4

A10

206

4A

3 Provide fan w/ 5 air changes per hour min. ventilation. Fans shall be ENERGY STAR compliant and be ducted to terminate to the outside of the building. Fans, not functioning as a component of a whole house ventilation system, must be controlled by a humidity control. 4 Provide non-absorbent wall finish, cement plaster, tile or approved to 70" above drain at shower or shower/ tub.

Emergency egress (min 24" clear height, 20" clear width, 5.7 sf min area (5.0 sf at grade level), & 44" max to sill)

Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam

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204

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INTERIOR NOTES

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

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E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Project number Date

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Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER:

ROOF MECH 471' - 9" 10

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY:

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

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Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

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Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold

LEVEL 1 448' - 0"

HATCH INDICATES CURVED WALL

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HATCH INDICATES CURVED WALL

LANDSCAPE: MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24:

HATCH INDICATES CURVED WALL

Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL:

LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

7/6/2015 6:48:44 PM

EXTERIOR NOTES

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES

4A 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

17 WOOD LAGGING 12 LANDSCAPE WALL: # WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 2X4 Wood Lagging 6" Cast In Place Conc. 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: 13 FIREPLACE: 18 WATERPROOFING Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 Xypex concrete waterproofing Majestic DVBC 7 Series # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 membrane ICC# ESR-9907 Direct vent gas fp. 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: ANSI/CSR test certified 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING 4" PVC Drainage pipe 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: 15 FASCIA: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized insulated glass Sheet Metal, Painted 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" Painted Welded metal railing, insulated glass Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, 10 GUTTER: Guardrail @ 42" Abv. 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted Finish Floor Min. 11 GATE

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

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Date

SOUTH ELEVATION

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MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

ELECTRICAL NOTES

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Project number Date

T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

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1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

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1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com 2 A2.2.1

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

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R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

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Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY:

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Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER:

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PROPERTY INFORMATION:

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Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold

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Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

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BASEMENT BELOW

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24: Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL:

LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

EAST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

7/6/2015 6:48:48 PM

EXTERIOR NOTES 1A ROOF TYPE 1: 4A Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

INTERIOR NOTES

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

© Vanos Architects

ELECTRICAL NOTES E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

Description

Date

EAST ELEVATION

1 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit. CO Carbon Monixide alarm system T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Project number Date

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1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

87'-11 31/32" 66'-11 31/32"

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1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

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ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

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Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER:

ROOF MECH 471' - 9" 10

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY:

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

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Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold CIVIL:

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Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

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OPEN TO BEYOND

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman

OPEN TO BEYOND

4' - 6"

POOL EQUIP.

13' - 0"

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LEVEL 1 448' - 0"

POOL (UNDER SEPARATE PERMIT)

STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24: Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL:

LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

NORTH ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

7/6/2015 6:48:51 PM

EXTERIOR NOTES 4A 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

Description

Date

NORTH ELEVATION

1

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

ELECTRICAL NOTES

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Project number Date

T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Author Checker

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SEE A2.5 FOR ELEVATION

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

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T. O. ROOF 477' - 9 5/8"

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9' - 0"

FF EE

Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold CIVIL:

8 14

OPEN TO BEYOND

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY:

4A

8

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER:

1A 10

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

LEVEL 1 448' - 0"

BASEMENT BELOW

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24: Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL:

LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

WEST ELEVATION SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

7/6/2015 6:48:52 PM

EXTERIOR NOTES 4A 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

ELECTRICAL NOTES E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Description

Date

WEST ELEVATION

1 MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit. CO Carbon Monixide alarm system T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

© Vanos Architects

Project number Date

Author Checker

Drawn by Checked by

A2.4 Scale

1/4" = 1'-0"

West Elevation Drawn by Nila M. Liem

107

Carolyn Way Hakim Residence\ Elevations\


2

1

3

4

5

VANOS ARCHITECTS INC

6

1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

97'-4 9/32" 3'-6"

12'-0"

1 A3.4

2'-2"

20'-4"

2 A3.5

14'-10 9/32"

12'-0 13/16"

3 A3.6

1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

PROP.LINE

SETBACK

19'-0"

SETBACK

6'-0"

PROP.LINE

7'-5 3/16"

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

MAX BUILDING ENVELOPE 13 PROPERTY INFORMATION:

T. O. ROOF 477' - 9 5/8" 1B

1B

4A

4A

8

8

4A 8 1A

1A

OWNER:

10 15 10 B1

5

SURVEY: Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

14

E

9B 214

213

MASTER BED RM.

10 15 4A

A9

10' - 9"

B1 C1

9A

2 A4.2

3 A4.2

13

8' - 0"

9'-6"

A9

16

29' - 9 5/8"

14

B1

4A

9'-6"

14

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

ROOF MECH 471' - 9"

33.00 °

1A

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf

6' - 0 5/8"

1B

1 A4.2

BEDROOM 3

GEOTECHNICAL: Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold

LEVEL 2 461' - 0"

14 S4 4A

22' - 0"

14 3A 4A

14 3B 4A

10' - 6"

2

OPEN TO BEYOND

PRIVATE PATIO

COVERED PATIO

17 18

A6

10' - 10 3/4"

11'-6 1/2"

14

10'-6 1/2"

OPEN TO BEYOND

CIVIL: Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi

14 2

B2

8

13' - 0"

2

LANDSCAPE: MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman

LAUREL WAY

TRASH

GUEST PARKING

FAMILY RM.

LANDSCAPE

STRUCTURAL:

LEVEL 1 448' - 0"

Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24:

S4 B1 8'-9"

4C A1

Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam

12' - 0"

B1 C5

4C A5 S1

ELECTRICAL:

STORAGE

HALL

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

BASEMENT 436' - 0" LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

No.

SECTION B

7/6/2015 6:49:00 PM

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES

1A ROOF TYPE 1: 4A Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

ELECTRICAL NOTES

Project number

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Date

SECTION B

B

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" EXTERIOR NOTES

Description

Date

T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Author Checker

Drawn by Checked by

A3.2

AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

1/4" = 1'-0"

Scale

Section B Drawn Nila M. Liem

© Vanos Architects

BASEMENT 436' - 0"

13' - 0"

10' - 9"

10' - 6"

1' - 1 5/8" 1' - 4 3/8"

5' - 1 3/8"

9' - 6"

1' - 3"

3 A4.1.1

9 A4.2.1

1 SB WS1

006

STORAGE

107

FAMILY RM.

213

S1

A5

B1

S4

008

HALL

S1

S4

2

9 A8.3

FAMILY RM.

A6

B1

7 A8.3 201

A6

1' - 3 1/8"

3' - 5 1/4"

1' - 7 3/8"

HALL

A9

B1

5' - 0 5/8" 1' - 6"

B1

4C

8' - 0"

SB WS2 19

18

17

Sim 3 A4.1.1

6 A4.2.1

3

202

TERRACE

VANOS ARCHITECTS INC 1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE 1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPE: A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Conc Slab A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. B1 CEILING TYPE 1: 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing B2 CEILING TYPE 2: 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 C INTERIOR WALL FINISH 1: See Sheet A0.1

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION: Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER:

8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame Sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE 12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc. 13 FIREPLACE Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRECAST MOULDING: 15 FASCIA 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates,Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. 17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging 18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe INTERIOR NOTES

D CABINETRY: # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES (SEE STRUCTURAL)

14

S4

3 A4.2.1 5

15

111

COVERED PATIO

2

14

9A

14

4A

3B

5 A4.2.1

5

8

15 10

2 A4.2.1

1 A4.2.1

4 A4.2.1

7 A4.2.1

10

1A

8

4A

1B

202

TERRACE

5

107

1' - 6"

Sim

Sim

1' - 0"

Sim

4C

A6

B1

10' - 9"

10' - 6"

4

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

BEDROOM 3

3 A8.3

A9

B1

1 A8.3

4 A4.2.1

Sim

13' - 0" 3' - 3"

3 A8.2

8' - 9 3/4"

Sim

Sim

12' - 0" 11 1/4"

3

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

2

14

14

3A

4A

8 A4.2.1 5

14

16

9B

15

10

1A

7 A4.2.1 6

8

18 19

1' - 8 3/8" 4A

17

3' - 5" Sim

Sim

3' - 3"

1B

LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

LEVEL 1 448' - 0"

8' - 9"

ROOF MECH 471' - 9"

LEVEL 2 461' - 0"

12' - 0" 1' - 0"

T. O. ROOF 477' - 9 5/8"

EXTERIOR NOTES 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 1C ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLATWORK 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing 4A EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 4B EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 4C EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 5 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVMIndustries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. 6 GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. 7 SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556 # WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0

Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY: Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira GEOTECHNICAL: Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold CIVIL: Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi LANDSCAPE: MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24: Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL: Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

Description

Date

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL:

S5 STEEL COLUMN:

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

SB WS3 203

MASTER BED RM.

10' - 9"

1' - 3 1/8"

7' - 9" Sim

9' - 6"

2 A8.7.1

1' - 6"

6' - 0 5/8"

1' - 8 3/8" 7/6/2015 6:49:14 PM

S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING: S6 CMU WALL:

WALL SECTIONS / SECTION B

S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

ELECTRICAL NOTES E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS) AD AREA DRAIN - EXTERIOR CB CATCH BASIN TD TRENCH DRAIN DS DOWNSPOUT RD ROOF DRAIN

1' - 0"

2

FIRE PLACE

S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING:

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

Project number Date

A4.2

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

© Vanos Architects

Author Checker

Drawn by Checked by

Scale

1/2" = 1'-0"

Section B Wall Sectons Drawn by Nila M. Liem

108


2

5

07 62 00

KEYNOTE LEGEND 476' - 10 5/8"

07 61 13

09 24 00 06 16 36

Key Value

07 72 00 07 13 00 09 24 00

06 11 00

03 00 00 03 30 00 03 31 00 03 33 16 03 48 00 03 54 00 04 05 13 05 12 00 05 31 00 06 05 23 06 11 00 06 16 36

06 16 36 1' - 8 3/8"

06 11 00 06 11 00

1 A8.2

Sim

SB WS2 D1

4

SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0" 3 A8.2

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer

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Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman

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1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

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1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE

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VANOS ARCHITECTS INC

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Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf

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Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira

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Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam

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Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

BASEMENT 436' - 0" LEVEL 0_TOF 435' - 0"

No.

SECTION 2

7/6/2015 6:49:05 PM

STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

INTERIOR NOTES

1A ROOF TYPE 1: 4A Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 4B 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ 4C Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/ 2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 5 1B ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLAT WORK: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 6 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 7 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing

EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVM Industries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR-2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556

# WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE

12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc.

17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging

13 FIREPLACE: Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRE-CAST MOULDING

18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe

A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPES: A10 3/4" Stone Slab o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" o/ F.J. o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW B1 CEILING TYPE 1: o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc B2 CEILING TYPE 2 o/ Conc Slab 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ framing o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW C INTERIOR WALL FINISH: o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck See Sheet A0.1 A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc D CABINETRY o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J.

15 FASCIA: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min.

E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES( See Structural)

S5 STEEL COLUMN: S6 CMU WALL: S7 CONCRETE SLAB:

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING: S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING:

CIVIL NOTES (SEE CIVIL DRAWINGS)

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

ELECTRICAL NOTES

Project number

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

Date

SECTION 2

2

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0" EXTERIOR NOTES

Description

Date

T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Author Checker

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EXTERIOR NOTES 1A ROOF TYPE 1: Asphalt Shingle o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ Water Proofing. o/ Plywood o/ Framing 1B ROOF TYPE 2: 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal o/ Rosin-Kraft Paper o/ W.R. Grace "Bituthene" o/2 layers of Plywood o/ Framing 1C ROOF TYPE 3: Traffic Coating o/ 1 1/2 L.W. Conc, o/ Plywood, o/ Framing 2 FLATWORK 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" Mortar Bed o/ Conc Slab 3A SOFFIT TYPE 1: 7/8" Portland Cement Plaster o/ Framing 3B SOFFIT TYPE 2: 5/8" Type "X" Ext Rated Gyp. Sheating o/ Framing 4A EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 1: See Sheet A0.1.1 4B EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 2: See Sheet A0.1.1 4C EXTERIOR WALL TYPE 3: See Sheet A0.1.1 5 EXTERIOR DECK TYPE 1: 3/4" Stone Slab o/ Pedestal o/ UL Class "A" Epoxy mod cement deck coating (AVMIndustries LLC Elasto Fiberdeck 100 walking deck ICC ES Report no. ESR2125) o/ 2 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. 6 GARAGE DOOR: Sectional Overhead Alum. Frame w/ 5/16" Lam ob. gl. 7 SKYLIGHT: Bristolite Skylights, ICC # RR 23556 # WINDOW TYPES SEE A8.0 8 WINDOW TYPE 1: Alum. Clad/ Wd. Frame, See Sheet A8.0 # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 9A EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 1: Dbl. door alum. clad/ wd. frame panels w/ sidelight 9B EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 2: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame Sliding w/ 5/8" insulated glass 9C EXTERIOR DOOR TYPE 3: Alum. clad/ wd. Frame French door w/ 5/8" insulated glass 10 GUTTER: 24 GA Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 11 GATE 12 LANDSCAPE WALL: 6" Cast In Place Conc. 13 FIREPLACE Majestic DVBC 7 Series Direct vent gas fp. ANSI/CSR test certified 14 PRECAST MOULDING: 15 FASCIA 24 GA Kynar Coated Galvanized Sheet Metal, Painted 16 GUARDRAIL TYPE 1: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates,Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. 17 WOOD LAGGING 2X4 Wood Lagging 18 WATERPROOFING Xypex concrete waterproofing membrane ICC# ESR-9907 19 SUB-SURFACE DRAINAGE 4" PVC Drainage pipe INTERIOR NOTES A INTERIOR FLOOR TYPE: A1 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A2 5/8" Gym Floor o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc Slab A3 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Conc Slab A4 Carpet o/ Carpet Pad o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ Conc Slab A5 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc Slab A6 3/4" Hardwood o/ 2 Layers 3/4" PW o/ W.P. o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A7 3/8" Tile o/ 1/4" Thin Set o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A8 Epoxy Paint o/ Conc o/ Metal Deck A9 3/4" Hardwood o/ Adhesive o/ 1 1/2" L.W. Conc o/ Accoustic Mat o/ 1 1/8" PW o/ F.J. B1 CEILING TYPE 1: 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing B2 CEILING TYPE 2: 2x wd. beam o/ 5/8" Type "X" gyp. bd. o/ framing # WALL TYPES SEE A0.1 C INTERIOR WALL FINISH 1: See Sheet A0.1

VANOS ARCHITECTS INC 1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE 1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

ZONE: MAX FLOOR AREA:

Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER: Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim SURVEY: Surveying & Drafting Services, Inc. 901 Seward Street Los Angeles, CA 90038 [v] 323.857.1017 [f] 323.857.1079 [e] surveying@earthlink.net Contact: Ofer Shapira GEOTECHNICAL: Sub-Surface Designs 12872 Foothill Blvd Sylmar, CA 91342 [v] 818.898.1595 ext 17 [f] 818.898.4003 [e] mark@subsurfacedesigns.com Contact: Mark Triebold CIVIL: Planex Civil Engineers 1330 Olympic Blvd Santa Monica, CA 90404 [v] 310.664.9311 [f] 310.450.4742 [e] mo@planex.us Contact: Mo Sahebi LANDSCAPE: MJN Landscape Design Studio 31368 Via Colinas, Unit 111 Westlake Village, CA 91362 [v] 818.889.3622 [f] 818.889.3624 [e] michelle@mjndesignstudio.com Contact: Michelle Newman STRUCTURAL: Kurt Fischer Structural Engineering 28310 Roadside Drive, Ste. 214 Agoura Hills, CA 91301 [v] 818.974.1445 [c] 858.922.7963 [e] kfischer@kfseng.com Contact: Kurt Fischer MECHANICAL / T24: Airplus Engineering Consultants, LLC 11517 Burbank Blvd North Hollywood, CA 91601 [v] 818.980.7583 [f] xxx.xxx.xxxx [e] www.airplus.la Contact: George Hovagimiam ELECTRICAL:

D CABINETRY: # DOOR TYPES SEE A8.1 E INTERIOR DOORS: 1 3/4" Solid Core Hardwood Veneer, Stained or Painted. 20 min rated where required F HANDRAIL: Painted Welded metal railing, Max 4" Spacing Btw. Intermediates, Guardrail @ 42" Abv. Finish Floor Min. STRUCTURAL NOTES (SEE STRUCTURAL)

Abrari and Associates 1713 Standard Ave. Glendale, CA 91201 [v] 818.956.1900 [f] 818.241.4866 [e] mail@abrari.com Contact: Henry Abrari

No.

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WALL SECTIONS / SECTION 2

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S4 STRUCTURAL STEEL FRAMING: S6 CMU WALL:

ELECTRICAL NOTES

MISCELLANEOUS NOTES

T. O. ROOF 477' - 9 5/8"

Description

S1 FOUNDATION: Cast In Place Reinforced Conc. Foundation (See Structural) S2 CAST IN PLACE CONCRETE WALL: S3 STRUCTURAL WOOD FRAMING:

E1 ELECT. SERVICE / METER E2 ELECT. PANEL E3 LIGHTING / DEVICES

7/6/2015 6:49:29 PM

R-1.X 5301.5 Sq. Ft.

PROPERTY INFORMATION:

SD Hard Wired Smoke Detector w/ Battery Backup and low battery signal. Alarms to be interconnected so that actuation of one alarm activates all w/ in the dwelling unit.

Project number Date

A4.5

CO Carbon Monixide alarm system T1 INSULATION: R-30 Fiberglass Batt @ roof R-19 Fiberglass Batt @ walls R-13 Fiberglass Batt @ floors

Author Checker

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VANOS ARCHITECTS INC

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1020 CAROLYN WAY HAKIM RESIDENCE 1733 S. La Cienega Blvd. L.A. CA. 90035 (v) 310.280.0193 (f) 310.280.0194 www.vanosarchitects.com

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PROPERTY INFORMATION: Address: 1020 Carolyn Way Beverly Hills, CA 90210 AIN: 4348004013 Zone: R-1.X Lot Area: 14,078 sf OWNER: Alex and Emily Hakim 1541 Ocean Ave. Santa Monica, CA 90401 [o] 310.393.5800 ext 180 [c] 310.666.2763 [e] alexihakim@gmail.com Contact: Alex Hakim

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A “Ford” Double Advanced Option Studio, Columbia University, Summer 2016 Supervisor: Ziad Jamaleddine Occupy Mies: Revisting Midtown Modernist Legacy What: Lobbies, plazas and blocks The studio will look at New York buildings’ lobbies as sites for architectural intervention and urban transformation. The space of the lobby marks our first encounter with architecture—it is situated at the threshold between exterior and interior, public and private, street and building, the urban and the architectural. Here, the space of the lobby becomes the entry point towards the design intervention, which could extend to include the rethinking of the entire building block, the subterranean infrastructure, and the building superstructure. Where: Midtown modern New York modernist-era buildings, located around midtown in Manhattan, present themselves as the perfect sites for such an experiment. Built between the mid-1950s and late-1960s at the height of the office building boom, NY modernism proliferated with a preset clear architectural agenda and an attitude towards the street that transformed the building laws – first triggered by Mies’s Seagram – shaping the evolution of the city to come. How: Adopt a building /an institution Each student is to select and study the architecture of his/her building, interrogate and conceptually reframe the (evolving) institutions that inhabited that building and drove its architecture and programmatic agenda. In many cases the institution that once gave birth to the architecture ceased to exist, leaving an orphaned generic open floor plan with a potential new mission, a latent purpose. Why: The rise of corporate architecture and the hyper regulation of public space Modernism in the post war era aimed for a totalizing architecture— a universal solution for the problem of architecture and the city. In Manhattan, this created a generation of corporate buildings with a ‘monoculture’ program (with an idealized citizen) and a ‘resolved’ ground floor (with an idealized public sphere), setting back the ‘exquisite’ object from the street, and declaring apartness. The studio thesis proposes the undoing of this (urban and social) gap and suggests instead the loosening of the threshold space— merging the interior scale with the urban scale, encompassing the new elastic and overlapping public/private relationship, multiplying its program, excavating and tapping into the infrastructure supporting it, while unpacking along the way the question of a city that is increasingly sanitized and exclusive. What If In a final act and perhaps a sign of rebirth, New York would kill its ‘sacred cows’—by hacking, squatting and occupying the ‘rationalist’ structures with a new architectural agenda, taking a cue from the ‘occupied wall street’ movement, a more socially driven agenda. What if, instead of a city of (hollow) hyper-private vertical spears (a descendant of modernist corporate architecture), we re-imagine a more democratic and inclusive city by reclaiming its ground as truly collective?

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Ford Foundation History

Ford Foundation was founded in 1936 by Henry Ford who was the owner of Ford Automobile. The foundation was originally founded for the purpose of avoiding tax. As of 2014, the institution has owned $12,400,460,000 of assets and became the second largest foundation in United States. Originally operating only on the local range, the foundation has now focused solely on internationally issues, such as politics, art, and education. Their Headquarter was built in 1963 by Kevin Roche.

Mission When Ford Foundation was established in 1936 it’s mission is “To receive and administer funds for scientific, educational and charitable purposes, all for the public welfare”. As the Foundation grew and became involved in many fields internationally, their mission has changed into “Working with visionaries on the frontlines of social change worldwide”

Global Effort

As an International Foundation, they now have 10 offices operating outside of United States collaborating with different organizations focusing on many issues. They provided a total global giving of approximately 285 million each year. However, despite the huge amount of money ontributed each year, they have difficulties to deal with the issues effectively.

The prefabricated houses..... funded by Ford Foundation (to the region near Nile River). These later are proven to be a failure. Their rhythm and materiality have regulated their lifestyles. (Global agoraphobia, Lucia Allais) The funds and the material donated by Ford Foundation to their target area caused unexpected difficulties for the local people to make use of them effectively.

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Founded in Michigan by Henry Ford to avoid tax,400 Employees

First International OďŹ&#x192;ce In New Delhi, India

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Investment on higher education

Involvement in Youth Leader Program

Involvement in Politics

2012

Ford Foundation Building Built

Help launch Grameen Bank The founder rewarded Noble Peace Prize in 2006

US 2nd Richest Foundation 550 Employees

Ford Foundation Historical Time Line

Ford Foundation Missios

Total global giving $285,823,313

Beijing Ford Foundation (New York)

$31,977,617

Cairo $26,879,500

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Mexico City $30,811,532

$28,675,000

Lagos $25,492,978 8

Nairobi $29,356,750

Jakarta $23,928,687

Santiago $31,262,509 Johannesburg

Rio de Janerio $28,590,600

$28,847,838

Ford Foundation International EďŹ&#x20AC;ort

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Lot Size 200’ x 202’Building Footprint 180’ x 174

Driveways

10-11F Area of executives

4-9F Area of Employees

1-3F Area of Reception

10 floor space for atrium

Atrium for interior landscape

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Ford Foundation Building Alignment on height and second setback

Setback and Sidewalk Not fully utilizing the site, Ford Foundation was designed to have a wide setback to encourage a wider sidewalk as well as for purposes such as creating driveways.

Ford Foundation Setback and Sidewalk Diagram

12 by 12 office 18 by 18 office

Fixed Rigid Plan

6 feet passage

The building floorplan consists of a rigid floorplan for the office with a fixed function. The office floorplan was designed out of a 6 feet grid that would create the different sizes of office space modules. The rigid design made Ford Foundation become inflexible and unadaptable to future changes.

12 by 18 office

6 feet grid

Ford Foundation Rigidity Diagram

Fixed Redundant Void Compared to many other famous modernist building such as Seagram and CBS where they located their plaza around the building. Ford Foundation internalized plaza within the building, creating a 10- floor spaces of overly redundant atrium spaces containing landscape that also has redudant meandering circulation.

Redundant circulation

Ford Foundation Redundancy Diagram

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“This building is not compatible with our culture as an organization,” Mr. Walker (one of the executive of foundation) said in an interview this month. “It is hierarchical, off -putting and inaccessible.”

The geographical separation makes the distance between policy maker and their beneficiaries

As policy maker to beneficiaries

No exhibition & insufficient space for negotiation

With different cooperation groups

No access route for handicaps

Ford Foundation No access to handicaps Ford Foundation Disconnectivity Diagram

Disconnectivity Based on the analysis, Ford Foundation is disconnected in 3 different levels. FIrst is the disconnection that happen with them as a policy maker to their target beneficiaries all around the world. Second is the disconnection between Ford Founddation and their partner organization due to the rigidity of their headquarter building design causing lack of meeting spaces and inflexibility to adjust to different situations. And lastly, the building has no access for handicaps, which creates disconnection between the institution to the public.

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What IF?

What if ford foundation opens up the institution to shape the city and to be shaped by the city? Maybe Ford Foundation can provide flexible spaces to collaborate with local organizations to engage and connect with the local community and using this approach as a way to address the disconnectivity between established policy and their implementation in a global manner

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Ford Foundation Site Plan

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Rigid design provides no potential for adaptation. Concrete structure also made adaptation impossible

Mary Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Connor Play ground, promising place to provide void for reinterpretation for Ford Foundation Building

Atrium relationship to Historical Tudor City Park

Site Proposal As ford foundation incorporate these new programs, their building is not flexible enough to adapt to these changes due to its rigid form and materiality and the only direction for them to expand is towards the playground and the park. So in the design we will use the adjacent playground in order to connect the park(which is the public) to ford foundation. Potential Local Partners These are the potential collaborators. As we can see they are within walking distance to ford foundation. and these organization have been involved directly with the local and ford foundation will need these organization in order to reach the public. We have red cross to care for medical and emergency. Free arts nYC and learning ally to educate children with mental disability. We have city harvest city meals and coalition for the homeless to serve for the homeless community by providing food and job training.

Ford Foundation and Local Partners Map

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Concept Flexibility Through Redundancy Architecturally Ford foundation with its fixed rigid form and void redundancy does not achieve flexibility that is needed to adapt to different scenarios. Therefore we propose to achieve flexibility through the redundancy by expanding the void to the adjacent playground. And define the void with the grid system made from scaffolding structure. Through this, we are able to regenerate the masses based on the different scenarios and achieve flexibility in terms of spatial configuration. We have defined 5 scenarios. Which is daily operation, economic crisis, emergency crisis, world wide conference, and office relocation. Based on the scenarios we then defined the fixed elements which is the existing fire stairs, we also propose for new vertical circulation and basement to serve as storage. we also create catalogue of elements that can be added to the different scenarios. They come in the form of horizontal, vertical and diagonal elements. These are stored in the basement and can be installed when needed.

Step1: Reinterpret Ford Foundation. Define grids, void and mass

Step2: Rigidity has made itself flexibility impossible. We find adjacent playground as basic void to expand

Programs

Scenario Category

Storage Shelter

Class Meeting Exhibition Clinic

Training Soup Field Kitchen

Office

Daily Operation Public meeting Office Expansion Emergency Crisis Economic Crisis

Scenario and Program Diagram

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Step3: Use grids as element in spatial reinterpretation

Step4: Regenerate masses based on scenarios

Step5: Use redundancy in void provide flexibility in any transformation Reintepretation Diagram

Existing Fire Stairs Proposed Elevators Proposed Storage Level UG1 -Food supply -Medical Supply -Emergency Kit Level UG2 -Construction Materials Tudor Park

Fixed Elements and Catalogue of Elements

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Scenario 1: Daily Operation We have daily operation scenario to meet for everyday needs. The programs are arranged in different level in the form of suspended platform which are shaped to adjust to the function of the programs such as stepping planes for the meeting, partially open space to host exhibition and also incorporate green spaces. These spaces are

connected by the elevator and also ramps. The ramps and scaffolding structure penetrate into ford foundation connecting the ford foundation lobby entrance to the new site. The scenario will host these elements to accommodate for the program. such as soil unit for landscape and Digital wall for office use.

Office

Clinic

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Soup Kitchen

Storage Section perspective of Daily Operation Scenario

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Scenario 2: Training and education For the training and education scenario. We determined them based on how the ford foundation can architecturally contribute to the local society and the world by provide a training ground for the citizen to practice how to build shelter as well as educating children and providing job training to adults . the programs are mainly including classrooms and training ground. The forms are divided into 3 zones with classrooms for the shelter building and job training. And

classrooms for kids and farming courses. As well as platform to practice building the shelters. Bridges will connect the ford foundation building to the new site. So the people from ford foundation can directly involve themselves with the public. The classrooms will have green spaces, open courtyard, as well as sandboxes to accommodate for children and classroom needs.

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Soup Kitchen

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Scenario 3: Emergency Crisis In the case of emergency, the structure will provide shelter and also a communal gathering space for the city with infrastructure such as solar panels and antenna to provide for electricity and connection when its oďŹ&#x20AC; grid. In this scenario we will have a large clinic to provide suďŹ&#x192;cient health care for the local.

The program is arranged into 3 diďŹ&#x20AC;erent villages of shelter community. These communities share a communal space where utilities such as kitchen and shower is included as well as the clinic and landscape spaces.

Shelter

Communal Clinic

Soup Kitchen

Storage Section perspective of Emergency Crisis Scenario

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Scenario 4: Forum The structure will also transform to adapt to the event when ford foundation and the organization around the world gathers for meeting.

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Scenario 5: Office Relocation Ford foundation will under go a renovation which will be done by gensler. When the time comes, the employee will need to be relocated. the structure has the ability to adapt to this need.

Office

Storage Section perspective of Office Relocation Scenario

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Structure Components Permanent structure

Horizontal Unit

Vertical Unit

Diagonal Unit

Temporary structure

Connection

Bamboo

Horizontal Unit Steel

Keel

Brackets between steel permanent structure

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Knots between bamboo temporary structure

Bracket between different structures


Construction process Permanent structure Temporary structure

Scheme: OďŹ&#x192;ce Expansion

Scheme: Daily operation

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