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Alex McQuilkin Victor Jones ARCH 502 2-17-10


Alex McQuilkin Victor Jones ARCH 502 2-17-10


BIKE RACK

SMALL_medium_large Design

Downtown Industrial District LA, CA

Materiality I-Beam C Channel Gear System: Rack and Pinion


Plan

Elevation

Section

pinion gear rack

Detail Section

Mechanical Detail

Perspective view


birdbath/wash station/dog drinking fountain The collection of birdbath, wash station, and dog drinking fountain allows for a combination of various uses and users. Locals can utilize the handwashing station or dog drinking fountain alone or the combination of all three. ~ 8 units

tiffany hynek victor jones arch 502 2.17.10

scale: 3/4” = 1’-0”


tiffany hynek victor jones arch 502 2.17.10

scale: 1 1/2” = 1’-0”

scale: 1” = 1’-0”


s m a l l - the bench ~ location benches will be placed mainly where street intersections are located they will be also placed in green areas and bus stops ~ community benefits they will contribute to the pedestrian circulation, place to rest easy to assamble easy and low maintainance generates green energy shades on sunny days protects in rainy days ~ materials it is conformed by 2 reinforced concrete structures, an aluminum frame hugo carvallo and photovoltaic panels victor jones ~ quantity arch 502 from 2 to 4 benches for every feb.17th, 2010 approx. 60 benches


hugo carvallo victor jones arch 502 feb. 17th, 2010


Urban Trash Receptacle A contemporary trash receptacle in this historically rich community should reference what once was. That is why a metal mesh wrap in a unique contemporary form is a great solution. The metal mesh references the original urban trash receptacle while the unique form shows the relationship to contemporary society. alice hernandez victor jones arch 502 february 17, 2010

Trash

Recycling

Compost


Hook Detail

alice hernandez victor jones arch 502 february 17, 2010

1-1/2”=1’-0”

1-1/2”=1’-0”

Assembly Detail

Assembly Detail

Plan 3”=1’-0”


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carlos gutierrez victor jones arch 502 feb-17-2010

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~ planter Planters are urban artifacts that depend on their multiplicity to define space, delineate boundaries, and enhance the landscape by adding greenery. Due to the large extension of the site, the planter is designed as a modular piece of urban furnishing in order to avoid monotony as it is replicated. Made of 1/8� thick steel sheet metal, the planter can be placed in different positions in order to hold different plant sizes and the planters themselves can be stacked vertically to act as a wall or barrier and define space. Unused planters can be used as chairs; its cubed shape measures 18� on each side, providing a suitable sitting height.


18�

18� rendering: elevation

rendering: elevation

carlos gutierrez victor jones arch 502 feb-17-2010

rendering: plan

rendering: sheet metal enclosure

diagrams: fabrication method


Container Operation: Container collects mail and can be removed along a drawer/track system. Removed then emptied of mail contents, re-inserted then locked by letter carrier/us postal employee. Fabricated of translucent acrylic.

Post/mail Box The post box serves as a recepticle for outgoing public mail collected by the US Postal Service. The internal container can be easily removed and contents empteid by letter carriers and post drivers. It is then re-inserted into the post box and locked. aprx. 12 Heather Evans Victor Jones arch 502 15 Feb 2010


plan: 3/4” = 1’

front: 3/4” = 1’

Heather Evans Victor Jones arch 502 14 Feb 2010

back

right elevation

section_a

section_b

wall section: 1 1/2”= 1’

left elevation


Janelle Caminker Victor Jones ARCH-502 02/17/10


2’ 6”

2’

2’ 6”

PLAN

3”

2’ 6”

SECTION

Janelle Caminker Victor Jones ARCH-502 02/17/10

ELEVATION


1” 11”

~ Urban Tables, Eating Area Several varieties of tables and chairs were designed to provide a public outdoor eating area and living room. This design was focused on creating interesting public eating areas, utilizing the mobile food truck phenomenon in Los Angeles. The language of the furniture is bends along one two overlapping pieces of metal.

Jeff Bird Victor jones arch 502 Febuary 17. 2010

~ Locations and Quantity These tables would be agglomerated in certain areas about the site; area would combine approximately 10 tables of varying height and other necessary furniture.

42” 30”


rendering: plan

48”

Sheet Metal Piece, Bending Process 12”

24” Anchoring Bolts

rendering: elevation 12” Sheet Piece

30”

Table Piece Jeff Bird victor jones arch 502 Febuary 17 2010 3”

9”

24”

9”

3”


rendering: plan

Bend Sheet

Bolts, which anchor the table

24”

30”

24”

rendering: elevation

Seat Sheat Metal

11” 1” 5” 1” 15”

Jeff Bird victor jones arch 502 Febuary 17 2010

Table Sheet Metal


Urban Furniture  

Urban Furniture, Small