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the work shown is from a couple of residential projects worked on this past summer. the firm was located in washington dc, and primairly focused on renovating homes around the washington dc area.


ROOF FRAMING PLAN 26' - 11"

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JNM GROUP

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PROPOSED 3RD FLOOR PLAN

ARCHITECT:

THE JNM GROUP, INC. 1816 BRYANT STREET NE WASHINGTON, DC 20018 202.486.0485

CONSULTANT 1:

CONSULTANT 1 NAME AND ADDRESS

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A PROPERTY LINE

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Architect and Engineer Name and

18' - 4"

PROPOSED 2ND FLOOR PLAN

SEAL

9' - 2"

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PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

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DATE Date 1

DESCRIPTION Revision 1

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A EXISTING

SIDE ELEVATION

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2"x12 WD RAFTERS @16"

7' - 6"

2' - 0"

PITCH ROOF FOR PROPOSED

2"x12 WD JOISTS @16" O.C.

PROPOSED 3RD FLOOR PLAN 18' - 4"

DECORATIVE ROOF FACADE. SOLID BLOCKING W/ 1/2" PLYWD SHTHING & TYVEK BUILDING PAPER.

2"x12 WD JOISTS @16"

BLOCKIN

BLOCKIN

2"x6" PLATFORM FRAMED STUD WALL W/ 5/8" PLYWD. SHTNG & BUILDING PAPER, TYP. PROV. MIN R-19 BATT INSULATION

BLOCKIN

8' - 0"

BLOCKIN

UL 541 FLOOR/ CEILING ASSEMBLY SEE SHEET A1.3

UNIT #2

PROPOSED 2ND FLOOR PLAN

BUILT UP RUBBER ROOF MEMBRANE W/MIN 2" RIGID INSULATION SLOPED TO GUTTER & DOWNSPOUT. EXTEND WP MEMBRANE UP TO TOP OF WALL

1/4" = 1'-0"

CONTRACTOR

A/E CON.

METAL CAP FLASHING/CTR. FLASHING EXTEND WP MEMBRANE TO TOP OF PARAPET WALL. 2"x10" P.T. SILL PLATE WD FRAMED PARAPET WALL W/VINYL SIDING AT FACE OF PROPERTY LINE.

(2) 2"x12" P.T. BEAM SIS W/4" BRG IN STUD WALL

4' - 0"

8' - 0"

SUB.

RENOV/ADDITION 422 21ST NE WASHIGNTON DC, 20016 15006 JM JM 100% SUBMISSION 06.23.2015

UL 541 FLOOR/ CEILING ASSEMBLY 4' - 0"

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7' - 0"

7' - 4"

PROJ. SUBMISSIO

JNM GROUP 15006 ZORAJ, LLC CONS. WORK PRIME A/E SUB A/E CONSTR. CON.

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4' - 0"

2"x12" WD JOISTS @ 16" O.C. PROVIDE BLOCKING @ MAX. 6'-0".PROVIDE 3/4" T&G PLYWOOD. STAIRWELL OPENING

2"x12" WD JOISTS @ 16" O.C. PROVIDE BLOCKING @ MAX. 6'-0".PROVIDE 3/4" T&G PLYWOOD. GROUT AND SEAL JOISTS IN EXISTING OPENINGS.

CITY

PROJ.

(2) 2"x12" VL BEAM SIS. PROVIDE 2 PLY LVL TO LVL TO MTD. BEAM HANGER, TYP.

0' - 0"

STREET STATE/ZIP

PROJ.

2"x6" P.T. CURB ENCLOSED IN RIGID INSULATION BUILT UP RUBBER ROOF MEMBRANE W/4" RIGID INSULATION SLOPED TO GUTTER & DOWNSPOUT. EXTEND WP MEMBRANE UP TO TOP OF WALL 2"x6" FRAMED STUD WALL W/ 5/8" PLYWOOD. SHEATHING AND BUILDING PEPER, TYP. PROVIDE MIN. R-19 BATT INSULATION

2"x12" LEDGER BOLTED TO EXISTING BRICK WALL @ 2'-0" O.C.

UNIT #1

PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN

PRIME A/E

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CONTINUOUS CANT STRIP W WP MEMBRANE

2"x12" LEDGER BOLTED TO EXISTING BRICK WALL @ 2'-0" O.C. 2"x12" WD JOIST @ 16"O.C. PROVIDE BLOCKING @ MAX 6'-0" CLR.

CONS. SUB A/E

2"x6" P.T. BOTTOM PLATE W/ 3/4" DIA. ANCHOR BOLTS @32" O.C.

9' - 2"

A/E TASK NO. CONS.

CONSTR.

BUILDIN

26' - 11"

FRONT FACADE ELEVATION

PROJEC

ROOF FRAMING PLAN

R-49 BATT SEE DETAIL SHEET UL SHEET A1.3 INSULATION

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PROPERTY LINE

METAL CAP FLASHING/CTR. EXTEND WP MEMBRANE TO TOP OF PARAPET WALL.

METAL CAP FLASHING/CTR. FLASHING TO GUTTER W/DOWN SPOUT.

7' - 6"

1/4" = 1'-0"

2' - 6"

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ELEVATIONS & SECTIONS

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REVISION

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21 ST RENOVATION & ADDITION

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EXISTING EXISTING MASONRY PARTY WALL TO REMAIN. EXISTING BRICK FOUNDATION WALL AND FOOTING,

PROPOSED BASEMENT PLAN -8' - 2"

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LONGITUDE SECTION 1/4" = 1'-0"

COMBINED FOOTING C. SEE SHEET S1.10

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LATITUDE SECTION

DESIGNED DRAWN

1/4" = 1'-0"

CHECKED DATE

JM Author JM 6.09.2015

FILE

DRAWIN

DRAWING

A1.2 OF SHEET

C:\Users\jacksn5\Downloads\422 21st ST NE 40%.rvt

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GENERAL NOTES:

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2' - 6"

5' - 0"

8' - 0"

3' - 6"

UP UP

UNIT #2

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12' - 4"

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

4' - 0"

1' - 4 1/2"

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3' - 10"

2' - 0"

4' - 0" UP UP

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3. Per IECC 402.2.4 = R value of adjacent assembly. No attic in the building.

BEDROOM # 308 12' - 6"

PROPOSED BASEMENT PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

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PROPOSED FIRST FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Architect and Engineer Name and SEAL

DESCRIPTION

CITY

PROJ.

values and SHGC for doors and windows,

PROJ. PROJ. SUBMISSIO SUB.

JNM GROUP 15006 ZORAJ, LLC CONS. WORK PRIME A/E SUB A/E CONSTR. CON. RENOV/ADDITION 422 21ST NE WASHIGNTON DC, 20016 15006 JM JM 100% SUBMISSION 06.23.2015 N

please identify how the attic access hatch and door insulation is

3' - 0"

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NAM STREET STATE/ZIP

CLOSE

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SUB A/E CONSTR.

4' - 0"

EXISTING FRONT PORCH

PRIME A/E

3' - 1"

UP

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UNDER FRONT

CONS.

A continuous air barrier shall be installed in the building envelope. Exterior thermal envelope contains a continuous air barrier. Breaks or joints in the air barrier shall be sealed. Airpermeable insulation shall not be used as a sealing material. Ceiling/attic The air barrier in any dropped ceiling/sof®t shall be aligned with the insulation and any gaps in the air barrier sealed. Access openings, drop down stair or knee wall doors to unconditioned attic spaces shall be sealed. Corners and headers shall be insulated and the junction of the foundation and sill plate shall be sealed. The junction of the top plate and top ofexterior walls shall be sealed. Exterior thermal envelope insulation for framed walls shall be installed in substantial contact and continuous alignment with the air barrier. Knee walls shall be sealed

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2' - 6"

UNIT #1

A/E TASK NO. CONS.

2. Per IECC 402.4.1.1 - please show how the air barrier, insulation, and other components of the building thermal envelope are installed according to manufacturers instructions and the criteria in Table R402.4.1.1.

4' - 4"

107 8' - 1 1/2"

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U-FACTOR OF DOORS TO BE U-0.61 FOR BUILDING THERMAL ENVELOPE. U FACTOR OF WINDOWS TO BE LIMITED TO .3CFM .

FAMILY

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NEW 2"x4" WOOD STUD @16" OC WITH 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD ON EACH SIDE AND/OR 8" CMU FOUNDATION WALL

1. Per IECC 402.1.1. - please indicate reference table R402.1.1.

LIVING

DATE

A/E CON.

EXISTING MASONRY WALL/PARTITIONS TO REMAIN

GREEN NOTES:

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3' - 10 1/2"

WALL AND CEILING FINISHES SHALL HAVE A FLAME-SPREAD CLASSIFICATION OF NOT GREATER THAN 200 AND A SMOKE-DEVELOPED INDEX OF NOT GREATER THAN 450, PER 2006 IRC/R315

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14' - 5 1/2"

ALL WINDOW AND DOOR OPENINGS EXISTING TO REMAIN AND SHALL NOT BE ALTERED OR MODIFIED. CONTRACTORS TO REPLACE EXISITNG WINDOWS WITH NEW WINDOW AND DOORS TO MATCH EXISITNG OPENING SIZES.

EGRESS WINDOW. ALL SLEEPING ROOMS SHALL HAVE AN OPERABLE EMERGENCY ESCAPE WINDOW WITH MINIMUM A NET CLEAR OPENING OF 5.7 CU. FT, CLEAR OPENING WIDTH OF 20" CLEAR OPENING HEIGHT OF 24", AND SILL HEIGHT FROM FLOOR 44" MAX. SEE 4/A1.2

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6' - 6"

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CONSULTANT 1 NAME AND ADDRESS

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CONTRACTOR

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EXISTING STRUCTURE CONSIST OF EXISTNG CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS, STEEL BEAMS SUPPORTING THE CENTER OF BUILDING. ALL LOAD BEARING COMPONENTS ARE EXISTING TO REMAIN.

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ON SITE STORAGE IS LIMITED TO THAT AVAILABLE WITHIN THE LIMITS OF CONSTRUCTION.

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BUILDIN

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4' - 1"

4' - 4"

MASTER

INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THESE DRAWINGS IS BASED ON LIMITED FIELD MEASUREMENTS AND MAY REQUIRE ADJUSTMENTS OR MODIFICATIONS TO CONFIRM WITH EXISTING CONDITIONS. IN CASES WHERE CHANGES IN DETAIL ARE NECESSARY, THESE DRAWINGS SHALL BE USED TO SHOW DESIGN INTENT ONLY. PERFORM WORK, SHOWN OR IMPLIED, THAT IS NECESSARY TO CARRY OUT THE INTENT OF THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS OR IS CUSTOMARILY PERFORMED AS IF FULLY AND CORRECTLY SET FORTH AND DESCRIBED IN THE DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS.

CONSULTANT 1:

GENERAL PLAN LEGEND:

7' - 6"

3' - 9"

CLOSET

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THE JNM GROUP, INC. 1816 BRYANT STREET NE WASHINGTON, DC 20018 202.486.0485

PROPOSED FLOOR PLANS

3' - 0"

3' - 11 1/2"

3' - 11 1/2"

13' - 0"

DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THE DRAWINGS ARE FROM FINISH FACE OR PARTITION UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

13' - 6"

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B08

MAINTAIN THE CONSTRUCTION SITE IN A CLEAN AND ORDERLY MANNER.

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PROJEC

MASTER

3' - 2"

B05

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ARCHITECT:

DRAWIN G

17' - 9 1/2"

DINING ROOM

B09 4' - 9"

FURNISH AND INSTALL ALL ITEMS SHOWN OR IMPLIED ON THE DRAWINGS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED.

8. PROTECT EXISTING BUILDING ELEMENTS NOT INDICATED FOR REMOVAL FROM DEMOLITION AND CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES.DAMAGE RESULTING FROM CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES SHALL BE REPAIRED TO ORIGINAL CONDITION.

DINING ROOM

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JNM GROUP

21 ST RENOVATION & ADDITION

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NOTIFY THE PROJECT OFFICER OF ANY DISCREPANCIES, OMISSIONS, OR CONFLICTS IN THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS.

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REF.

23' - 6 1/2"

REF

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B06

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3' - 0"

4' - 0"

10' - 11"

4' - 0 1/2"

3' - 0"

4' - 0"

VISIT THE SITE PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION TO VERIFY CONDITIONS RELATING TO CONSTRUCTION. THOROUGHLY EXAMINE AND BE FAMILIAR WITH THE DRAWINGS, DRAWING NOTES AND SPECIFICATIONS. FIELD VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS PRIOR TO ORDERING MATERIALS. DO NOT SCALE THE DRAWINGS.

PROPOSED 3RD FL

12' - 0"

0' - 10"

4' - 0"

5' - 10"

23' - 6"

B10

4' - 0" 5' - 10"

4' - 0"

19' - 0 1/2"

13' - 0"

0' - 10" 3' - 2" 0' - 10"

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6' - 0"

11' - 6"

5' - 9"

4' - 0 1/2"

MASTER SUITE

3' - 6"

19' - 0"

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10' - 11"

2 A1.3 17' - 8"

DO NOT START CONSTRUCTION UNTIL ALL REQUIRED PERMIT APPROVALS OBTAINED.

2.

REVISION

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1. ARE

PROPOSED 2ND FLOOR PLAN 1/4" = 1'-0"

AMERICAN CRAFT BY ANDERSEN WINDOW SERIES

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EMERGENCY ESCAPE WINDOW WITH MINIMUM NET CLEAR OPENING OF 5.7 CU. FT., CLEAR OPENING WIDTH OF 20" CLEAR OPENING

1/4" = 1'-0"

DESIGNED DRAWN CHECKED DATE

44" MAX

JNM JNM JNM 06.23.2015

FILE DRAWING DRAWIN

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HEIGHT OF 24" AND SILL HEIGHT FROM FLOOR PROPOSED 3RD FLOOR PLAN

A1.1 OF SHEET

C:\Users\jacksn5\Downloads\422 21st ST NE 40%.rvt

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the studio in which this project was produced sought to look at the human foot print on the world via the products created, be it waste or excess products produced. based on these ojects the goal was to create a catalog similar to the world catalog diagramming the overall ripple effects and enviosining a new world where these objects are reused. This project looked at data useage as the object under investigation. starting off with the mapped section of manhattan which analyzed data collected from instagram,periscope, and snapchat. the data collected was based on geo tags and allowed for the plotting of most captured pieces of of the city. it brought to light the question of how does social media change how we percieve architecture. from there data had to be taken from the two dimesnional realm in to the three dimensional realm. the interactive capabilites of games like pokemon go! with the physcial world made it a fun choice to act as bridgine medium between the 2d and the 3d. as players interact with the game different quests would come up that would require them to build folleys about of what is commonly considered trash for the pokemon. these activites would reward the player with rare pokemons, gems, and power ups. in order to experience the folley in its full state one havs to physically be in the location as well as on their phone.


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WATER

FIRE

BUG

ELECTRIC

FLYING

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POKEMON CATALOG


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As inspiration for the design tow approaches were taken first was a case study and the second was a sculptural analysis. The two art residencies explored was the NES artist residency and AARK Archipelago Residency. These two residencies were chosen due the context in which they were built. Its a rural enviornment- or small town much like the context of OMI. The second study was the sculpture S2P2P6 The overall formality of the residency is based off of the formal principles used in the creation of S2P2P6 which is layers on top of each other creating a very organic structure. This residency sought use the hill in which the site is placed to be the residency itself. It embodies OMI notion that nature and the artist should be one, and this relationship will help foster a better work envionrment.


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SERVICE LEARNING IS ABOUT FOCUSING ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMUNITY AND IMPROVING UPON ASPECTS OF THIS COMMUNITY TO HELP INHABITANTS BETTER ENJOY THEIR HOME. THIS STUDIO PRIMARLY BROKEN INTO TWO PARTS, THE SERVICE LEARNING DAY WHICH FOCUSED ON PRESENTING DESIGN PROPOSAL TO THE COMMUNITY AND ALLOWING THE INHABITANTS TO TAKE AN INTERACTION PART OF THE IMPROVEMENT OF THEIR NEIGHBORHOOD. THE SECOND PART IS THE PHYSICAL CREATION OF MANY OF THESE PROPOSALS. FOR THE DURATION OF THIS STUDY ABROAD OUR CLASS TOOK PART IN PHASE ONE OF THIS STUDIO. OUR COMMUNITY INTERACTION DAY PROPOSAL REVOLVED AROUND ON OF THE MAIN PROBLEMS THE COMMUNITY WAS FACING LACCK OF OUT DOOR COMMUNAL SPACE. THE IDEA WAS TO CREATE A SPACE THAT COULD CATER TO NOT ONLY THE TWO LEGGED INHABITATANTS BUT ALSO THE FOUR LEGGED ONES AS WELL.


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COMMUNITY CONCERNS

GREEN SPACE (BACKYARDS)

COMMUNITY PARK 1

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COMMUNITY PARK PAVILLION

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GREEN SPACE (SIDE YARDS)

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PARKING LOT

TRASH CONTAINMENT AREA

1. LACK OF ShadED AREAS 2. Parking problem 3. LACK OF AREA FOR TRASH CONTAINMENT 4. LACK OF OUTDOOR COMMUNAL SPACE

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THE SITE POSSESSED A SECRET GEM NOT MANY RESIDENTS KNEW ABOUT ASIDE FROM THE MAIN CHEDGU COMMUNITY GARDEN WHICH WAS THE LARGEST COMMUNAL GREEN SPACE IN THE AREA. BUT WITHIN THE SITE BOUNDARY THERE ARE THREE NEIGHBORHOODS SURROUNDED BY A LARGE GREEN RING OF OUTDOOR SPACE. THE PROJECT REVOLVED AROUND CREATING A BUILDING METHOD THAT WAS EASY FOR MY GROUPMATES AND I TO BUILDING OUR PROPOSALS AND OUR PROPOSAL THEMSELVES.


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3.84”

34.08” 2”

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17.04”

17.04”

3.84”

3.84” 4.25”

25.06”

8.52”

6”

17.04”

EXPLODED MODULE SYSTEM


SIDE ELEVATION 1/16H SCALE

FRONT ELEVATION 1/16H SCALE

DESIGN DETAILS: MODULE 1 (17.04” X 25.06“): SQUARE FOOT/PERSON: 18” NUMBER OF PEOPLE PER MODULE: 2 MATERIAL(S): (2)- 4X4 @ 7’ IN LENGTH: 38LBS/ BOARD (6)- HOLLOW CMU’s 17.04“X8.52”X8.52”: 28-38/CMU TOTAL WEIGHT(DEAD LOAD): 168LBS+76LBS= 244LBS TOTAL WEIGHT(LIVE LOAD+DEAD LOAD): 308LBS+244LBS= 552LBS

5/16”

WOOD CONCRETE CONNECTION DETAIL 1/8TH SCALE CMU TYPE HOLLOW cmu HOLLOW cmu

Dimensions/volume Manufacturer Where to Purchase 215MMx215MMx440MM EASTLAND BUILDING MATERIALS CO. LTD ALIBABA 215MMx215MMx440MM EASTLAND BUILDING MATERIALS CO. LTD ALIBABA

Quantity/ Module Cost/item 6 50-200 usd 3 50-200 usd

Total/module 300 usd/1200usd 150usd/600usd

LOAD CAPACITY WEIGHT OF EACH BRICK 1000-5000PSI 28lbs-38lbs 1000-5000PSI 28lbs-38lbs

TOTAL WEIGHT 168LB-228LB 84LB-114LB

914 LBS

457 LBS

457 LBS

AVERAGE PERSON WEIGHT : 154LBS/ 70KG BENCH HOLDS ABOUT 2 PEOPLE MODULE 2 ( 34.08”X25.06”) LIVE LOAD: 154*2= 308LBS DEAD LOAD (CONCRETE): 168*2=336LBS DEAD LOAD (WOOD 4X4- ~8’): 38LBS*4= 152 LBS TOTAL LOAD: 914 LBS


THE MODULE WAS COMPRISED OF CONCRETE MASONARY UNITS AND 4X4 TIMBER BLOCKS AND THROUGH VARIOUS ARRANGEMENTS WOULD EITHER CATER TO PEOPLE,PETS,OR BOTH. LIKE ANY DESIGN PROCESS THE CONSTRUCTION METHOD EVOLVED INTO NOT USING THE CMU AND BECAME A MORE TIMBER HEAVY CONSTRUCTION METHOD. ALL THE WHILE STILL MAINTAINING THAT THE FURNITURE CREATED FOR THIS DOG PARK NEED TO SERVICE PEOPLE,DOG AND BOTH INHABITANTS AS THE SAME TIME. THE DOG PARK WAS AN ESSENTIAL PROGRAM BECAUSE MANY RESIDENTS OWNED DOG WHO WOULD DEFICATE THROUGH OUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD AND RUN AROUND WITHOUHT VERY MANY PLACES TOTRULY ENJOY WITHOUT DISTURBING OTHER RESIDENTS. THE PROTYPE MADE FOCUSED ON CREATING A SMALL STOOL AND OTTOMAN FOR A CHILD THAT WOULD BE APART OF THE OVERALL FURNITURE COLLECTION PICTURED UNDERNEATH THE ZOOMED IN SITE PLAN. THE PARK ITSELF WAS PLACED RIGHT BEHIND THE COMMUNITY CENTER WHERE MANY OF ELDERLY COMMUNITY ( WHO ALSO DEMOGRAPHICALLY OWNED THE MOST DOGS) SPENT MUCH OF THEIR TIME. IDEALLY THERE WOULD BE AN OPENING MADE WITHIN THAT WALL TO ALLOW FOR A BETTER FLOW OF PEOPLE. THE COMMUNITY INTERACTION DAY ITSELF WAS EXTREMLY INTERESTING BECAUSE THE NEIGHBORS REACTIONS TO THE PROPOSAL WAS ALL ACROSS THE BOARD. SOME TRULY LIKE THE FACT THAT MANY ISSUES WERE BEING ADDRESSED AND OTHERS WERE MORE SKETPTIC ABOUT THE OVERALL PROCESS IN GENERAL. IT WAS A LONG DAY BUT A GOOD DAY FILLED WITH GREAT FEEDBACK AND A WONDERFUL TURN OUT.


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