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RACHEL KALLICHARAN

SELECTED WORKS


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www.issuu.com/rachelkallicharan rmkallich@gmail.com 718.309.8646

UC School of Architecture and Interior Design

Cincinnati, Ohio

Rachel Kallicharan EXPERIENCE Graduate Assistantship | May 2018 - Present

Taught and mentored second year architecture students in building analysis skills. Graded assignments and papers; conducted weekly Revit labs focusing on environmental technology.

Handel Architects LLP

Design Intern | December 2017 - May 2018

Maxi Cohen Studio

Design Assistant | May 2015 - August 2015

New York, New York

New York, New York

M.A. Cosentino & Whyte Architects, P.C. Queens, New York

Empty S.L.

Madrid, Spain

Digitally modeled, rendered and post-processed images for a residential tower in Brooklyn, NY. Refined construction documents in Revit and AutoCAD. Reviewed shop drawings.

Conducted research pertaining to the design of an upcoming project. Compiled material samples, assisted in the drawing, research and planning of an art installation (along with G+ Design).

Intern | May 2014 - August 2014

Field measured existing buildings, assisted in drafting of construction documents. Conducted investigative research of zoning and building codes prior to new projects.

Intern | January 2013 - May 2013

Prepared drawings, translated documents for English-speaking clients. Participated in weekly studio meetings, assisted in graphic design and fabrication of models.

EDUCATION University of Cincinnati Master of Architecture | May 2020

Boston University Bachelor of Arts of Architectural Studies | Class of 2015

Boston University Study Abroad Madrid, Spain | Spring 2013

Harvard University Graduate School of Design Career Discovery | Summer 2013

CERTIFICATION LEED Green Associate AWARDS Donald P. Jacobs Scholarship SKILLS Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Autodesk AutoCAD, Autodesk Revit, Hand Drafting, Hand Modeling, Maxwell Render, Rhinoceros, VRay, Woodshop


+ CONTENTS


OBSERVATORY HOUSES | 06

EXPERIMENTAL THEATRE | 12

FIRE STATION | 18

BLANK SPACE FAIRYTALE | 22

SOLARIUM | 26

BAUFLEX | 28

CANTED | 30

HAND DRAWN | 32

MODELS | 34

PROFESSIONAL | 05 36 EXPERIENCE


fortress

landscape

church

a space of bare necess a space of bare necessities


Roccascalegna’s Constellation Retreat Observatory House Complex Course Date Location Partner

Design Visualization Skills Summer 2017 Roccascalegna, Italy Bethany Paulsen

Set gently into the majestic hills and valleys of Roccascalegna, Italy is a community of dwellings dedicated to observation of the sublime night sky. As an ode to Roccascalegna, the aggregation of houses nods to the land’s rich history and appeals to those who wish to uncover mystery. The visitor is to be immersed in tranquility and spirituality. All of the observatory spaces fan out from the heart of the site, the fortress and church. Observers as well as villagers are invited to the Sky Lounge, whether it be to learn how to use a telescope or indulge in a traditional Italian meal. The complex is stitched into the sacred site with the addition of paths encouraging visitors to explore the land to their heart’s desire. Constellation Retreat aims to engulf its users in the ultimate oneiric atmosphere. The complex is composed of a variety of houses starting from as small as 200 sf going all the way up to 2000 sf.

Roccascalegna, Italy

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A

Bedroom, Kitchen

150 sf

Cabin

Bedroom, Kitchen, Toilet

430 sf

Apartment

Two Bedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet, Pool

750 sf

House

Three Bedrooms, Kitchen, Toilet, Gym

1075 sf

Villa

Info point, Restaurant, Library, Observation

7500 sf

Skylounge

B

C The smallest of dwellings is the 150 sf cabin. It features a built in bed, counter for preparation of food however has no plumbing nor electricity. It is designed for the ultimate observer hoping to truly become one with nature.

D

E


Existing

Fortress

Church

Village of Roccascalegna

RCR | 08


HOUSE | YOGA AND POOL

VILLA | LIVING ROOM OPENIN


NG OUT TO OBSERVATION DECK

APARTMENT | PATIO AND POOL

RCR | 10


Mount Adams Center for Alternative Arts Experimental Performance Space Course Date Location Skills

Advanced Design Studio Fall 2017 Cincinnati, Ohio Rhinoceros, VRay, Photoshop

The Mount Adams Center for Alternative Arts is a theatre unlike any other for those who don’t quite fit within the box. Located in the heart of Mount Adams, just east of downtown Cincinnati, the experimental theatre offers Cincinnatians more than just a place of entertainment. On the main level, a café and makerspace welcome visitors at the intersection of Oregon and Monastery Street. The primary entrance and lobby are located on Oregon as more pedestrians are likely to enter this way. One would descend from the lobby via a grand stair (or elevator) to the lower level which houses both the traditional 100 seat theatre as well as a smaller black box theatre. Sandwiched in between the two is a modest but cozy lounge space for visitors to occupy before/after a show. The lounge contains vertical circulation which leads to a rooftop bar featuring breathtaking views of downtown Cincinnati. To the west of the theaters are the studio (visiting artists are welcome to visit MACAA all year round) and administrative offices. Ultimately, the design for the u-shaped building was dictated by the Center’s focal point - the outdoor theatre space. And there is nothing conventional about this part of the program. The designated performance yard is designed to accommodate any and every type of performance thus assuming a very open concept approach. None of the seating is built in nor permanent. This outdoor theatre faces Monastery (those traveling in a vehicle are more likely to enter this way and the entrance to the underground parking garage is located on this side of the site as well). Perhaps, MACAA’s most unique and compelling feature is its detachable stages which travel to parts of downtown Cincinnati via traveling performers. The stages are modular and can therefore be aggregated to form whatever size is warranted based on the performance. The ultimate goal of these performances is to break the box of what theatrical performances are supposed to be confined to and instead explore the alternative arts.

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Similar Program: + Contemporary Art Center + Cincinnati Museum Center + Washington Park Gallery + Weston Art Gallery + Cincinnati Art Galleries + Pedelton Art Gallery + Warsaw Federal Incline + Corbette Center

Downtown + Mount Adams Area | Connections

Immediate Neighborhood: +Rookwood Pottery Building +City View Tavern +Monastery Event Center +Holy Immaculata Church +M.A. Church of Christ

Mount Adams Area | The Neighborhood

MACAA is surrounded on all sides by single and double family homes. To the north east is an empty parking lot soon to be turned into an apartment complex.

The Site | Intersection of Oregon St & Monastery St


MACAA | 14


ADMINISTRATIVE | DIRTY SPACE

THEATRE

gypsum wall board air space

metal panel air space

sheathing rigid insulation

DOUBLE HEIGHT MAKERSPACE

CA


AFE

GALLERY

CATWALK OVER LOBBY

BAR

MACAA | 16


Fire Station No. 8 A Space for the Community

Course Date Location Skills Professor

Civic Context Studio Spring 2017 Cincinnati, Ohio Rhinoceros, Illustrator William Williams

Fire station No. 8 proposes an approach to designing a space that must both serve the people of Cincinnati as well as the firemen on duty. It caters to the needs of those on duty who could be called on the job at any moment, but also those who call the building their home away from home. The project restructures the currently vacant lot into three new interconnected spaces - the apparatus bay that faces Central Parkway, the living area which rests upon it to allow for quick access in the case of an emergency, and the training atrium which stitches the remainder of the building to the street of McMicken. Situated on a topography that changes 46’ in grade, the fire department features an ADA accessible wrap that allows pedestrians access from McMicken to Central Parkway through the building itself. Fire Station No. 8 tackles the challenge of reactivating the neighborhood and serving as a resource to the people of Cincinnati.

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FOOTPRINT PARALLEL TO CENTRAL AVE & SETBACK TO ALLOW PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC

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EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY REMAINING

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APPARATUS BAY

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LIVING QUARTERS

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FOOTPRINT PARALLEL TO CENTRAL AVE & SETBACK TO ALLOW PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC

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EXISTING TOPOGRAPHY REMAINING

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1 APPARATUS BAY

2 APPARATUS BAY SUPPORT PROTECTIVE CLOTHING TURN OUT GEAR GEAR STORAGE COMPRESSORS

3 ENTRANCE

4 LIVING QUARTERS

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5 TRAINING ATRIUM

6 ROOFTOP PARKING

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The Others: A Perfect Dystopian B lan k

Sp a ce

Course Date Duration Skills

Fa i r y

Ta l e s

Reprehensible Represenation Fall 2017 Six Weeks Rhinoceros, Illustrator

The task is to compose a short story to be accompanied by five images. The Explusion A long time ago, there were once these humans referred to as “architects” and “ structural engineers” who were designated to generate designs for buildings. Clients were forced to rely on these humans’ inferior knowledge and creativity. Can you imagine? A human designing a building? A human responsible for the structural integrity of a building? Bonkers. Luckily, we are decades away from such a thing even being considered the norm. A day and age when no such thing exists. Instead, artificial intelligence is tasked with design and construction. Humans often fail to reach the most optimal resolutions where artificial intelligence can. We’re in a day and age where architects don’t exist. There is no need for the architect, nor the engineer. In fact, We are in a day and age where artificial intelligence designs buildings, sculpts landscape and plans cities all independently of humans. There is an organization of robots that operate around the clock,

ACT I

ACT II

every day producing construction drawings for houses, buildings and landscapes of all colors, sizes and shapes. There is no client with too high of a demand or desire unattainable. The team of robots make every and any dream possible. But, this team is also responsible for generating housing. Programs like section 8 which were once implemented to help those in poverty but due to inefficiency and the lack of successful results, was completely abolished and replaced by the work of the robots. And thankfully so. Section was initially conceived in order to facilitate a shift in social class. Had the program worked as it was envisioned, families inhabiting broken, urban neighborhoods had the opportunity to leave behind the constant threat of violence, poor school systems and the vicious circle of poverty for a new life. By being able to live in better neighborhoods, political officials believed they could decrease the gap between social classes. Under such a program, families were arbitrarily lotteried off a lengthy waiting list and allowed to live in apartments of a certain rent (about 30% of their income) while the government issued them a voucher paying for the remainder of rent. Such a model failed incredibly however, because it still limited. At this point artificial intelligence stole the fate of humanity and the world was never the same.

ACT III

ACT IV


MACAA |

APD | 22


Design Visualization Skills

Course Date Skills Professor

Design Visualization Skills Spring 2017 Rhinoceros, Illustrator, Vray Mara Marcu

Form studies commenced with an exercise in AutoCAD which called for students to trace a mashrabiya screen. The linework was then pulled into Rhinoceros. Orthogonal lines were transformed into non-uniform rational basis splines (NURBS). Through the manipulation of line weights, a new mashrabiya screen was to be generated which would ultimately be a more dynamic and finely detailed version of the original. Students learned how to render digital models in VRay for Rhinoceros through form studies which began with an existing building. They mutated the form until a new one was created. The linework from the mashrabiya exercise served as apertures for the new structure. Finally, through VRay renderings, students explored light, shadows, texture, and volumes in their now evolved 3D model. The objective was to address atmospheric experience, emphasization of fabrication of an object and convey process of creation.

Original Vault

Rotate 45 degrees

Mirror + Intersect


Cap Interstitial Space

Aggregate

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Reinventing the Bauhaus 24 hr Ideas Competition

Competition Date Location Skills

24 hr Ideas Summer 2017 Dessau, Germany Rhinoceros, Illustrator, VRay

The task was to reinterpret the concept of semi-detached houses, originally designed by Walter Gropius for the Bauhaus masters. Through the employment of prefabricated components, the proposed design is to be as flexible as possible in order to serve the master’s as much as possible. The house must serve two masters: complete with private living, dining and bedroom areas as well as a shared studio space. The concept for the ultimate design is derived from Bauhaus principles which revolve around modularity, the concept that form follows function and composition. The ground floor is composed of the two masters

living quarters side by side, however completely separate. Resting perpendicularly upon it is the second floor: a double height glass box which is to serve as the studio. When the masters are on either end of the box, they are to feel removed from their homes, removed from the world and ready to take flight: into the realm of art and design. The grand studio’s envelope consists of panels which operate on all three axes, allowing the masters to manipulate the space as needed, should it be to host a gathering on the balcony or painting inside looking out beyond an open panel.

configuration a

configuration b

configuration c

configuration d

configuration e


artist a

ground floor

artist b

second floor

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Crosley Tower Redesign Laboratory Tower

Course Date Location Skills

Advanced Design Studio Fall 2017 University of Cincinnati Rhinoceros, VRay

Crosley Tower stands at 209 feet tall and at the time of its construction, was the second largest single pour concrete building. Rumors circulate among faculty and students that the building is decaying with pieces of concrete falling from its roof. Some say that it might be slowly sinking into the ground and even leaning to one side. My proposal for the redesign is based off the rumor that Crosley Tower may be canted to one side. So what if the building actually were leaning? Program is not modified; the tower remains a lab facility for the science departments on campus - the sole requirement of this exercise was to improve current conditions, both for inhabitants and passerbys. Canted’s form is reminiscent of Crosley’s original cruciform form however offers more sunlight and views as it is the tallest building on the university’s campus. The eccentric proposal features a monumental space on its roof for visitors to absorb the views of Cincinnati.


original

trim I

trim II

trim III

trim IV

final


Bagsvaerd Church Jorn Utzon Copenhagen, Denmark Course Date Medium

Design Visualization Skills Fall 2016 Graphite on Bristol

Students were asked to delve into a single building for a three month long analysis during the first semester of graduate design school. Of the list provided, Jorn Utzon’s Bagsvaerd Church in Denmark interested me the most. The study was to include hand drafted plans, sections, axonometrics, and elevations. Portions of the drawings were hand rendered as well.

Floor Plan


Elevation Rendered Pipe Organ

Rendered Courtyard Axonometric


Sketch, Conceptual, Abstract T he act o f p h ysically m od e l i n g as a mean s o f ex pl orat ion...

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Bristol Folded Structure

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Acrylic Massing Model

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Plan view of Sectional Model

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Bristol Folded Model

05

Cascading 3/8” Basswood Strips

06

3d Printed Model of Cabin (ABS)

07

Trace Paper Topography

08

8‘ Plywood Truss

09

Basswood & Mylar

10

Sectional Massing Model

11

Basswood Nested Aggregation

12

CNC Milled Foam Site Model

13

Basswood Dowel Topography Representation

14

Laser Cut Bain Board

15

Acetate, Trace, Basswood

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3/8” Basswood Strips

17

Rockite Massing Model

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Bristol Paper Massing Model in Site

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1/4” Sectional Model of Theatre (Interior Shot)

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1/4” Sectional Model of Theatre

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Church of Light Sectional Model (Interior Shot)

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Church of Light Sectional Model

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3/16” Sectional Model of Fire Station

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Firm Location Duration

Handel Architects New York, NY December 2017 - May 2018

During my time there, I worked on several projects at Handel Architects. My responsibilities ranged from creating renderings via Rhinoceros, VRay and Photoshop to refining construction documents on a 38 story residential tower to be built in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. On the next two pages are a few renderings which I worked on for the concept of another project in Philadelphia adjacent to the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul. For this project, I also created several diagrams of programming, circulation and which were included in the presentation to the client. We approached the design very carefully as the Archdiocese hoped for an addition which both respected the cathedral but also had the capacity for senior living, retail as well as administrative spaces. The ideal proposal is one that would draw the public towards the cathedral and activate the spaces in between it and the building.


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DEVELOPMENT AREA

Vine Street

PHASE 1 DEVELOPMENT AREA

Vine Street

PUBLIC OPEN SPACE

PHASE 2

N 18th Street

CATHEDRAL

PHASE 1

N 17th Street

Sister Cities Park

N 18th Street

Logan Circle

N 17th Street

PUBLIC OPEN SPACE

CATHEDRAL

PHASE 2

DEVELOPMENT AREA

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PLANTING CULTURAL, CIVIC & INSTITUTIONAL RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL NEIGHBORHOOD FACILITIES


Primary vehicular entry to residences and connection to plaza

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1

PLAN

SEE PLAN

ARCHIT

HAN 120 B New Telep

STRUC

TOWER KITCHEN TYPE (4TH - 35TH FL) KITCHEN TYPE (14) LOCATION GYP CEILING WITH RECESSED DOWN LIGHT 1 5TH FL UNIT B/K, 6-25TH FL UNIT K/B, 26-35TH FL UNIT K/B SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

3RD FLOOR

1A 1B 1C 1H 2 2A 4 4.1 4A 4B 4C 4D 4L

62 104 31 30 31 31 10 31 1 31 1 30 1 1

5TH FL UNIT C/F1/F2/H, 6-25TH FL UNIT C/F1/F2/H, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT... 5TH FL UNIT G, 6TH-25TH FL UNIT G, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT G 6TH FL UNIT J, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT J 5TH FL UNIT A, 6TH-25TH FL UNIT A, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT A 5TH FL UNIT L, 6TH-25TH FL UNIT L, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT L 26TH-35TH FL UNIT F 5TH FL UNIT D, 6TH-25TH FL UNIT D, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT D 4TH FL UNIT A 5TH FL UNIT E, 6TH-25TH FL UNIT E, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT E 5TH FL UNIT I+J 6TH FL UNIT I, 26TH-35TH FL UNIT I 4TH FL UNIT B 4TH FL UNIT C

2

A-723 A-723 A-723 A-724 A-724 A-725 A-725 A-726 A-726 A-727 A-727 A-728 A-728 A-728

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

MEP EN

COS 2 Pen New Telep

37TH FLOOR

CIVIL E

LAN 21 P 360 W New Telep

BUILDIN

1

SEE PLAN

2ND FLOOR

7' - 3" 2' - 6"

2' - 6"

2 A-740

SEE PLAN

2' - 1 1/2"

AP-6B

EQ

EQ WD-1

EQ

ST-1

B-2

1"

1

1' - 6" 3/4"

2' - 0"

.2' - 8"

GYP CEILING WITH RECESSED DOWN LIGHT

1

T.O FIN

2' - 0"

1

KITCHEN TYPE 4C

2

1/2" = 1'-0"

PF-22

1' - 6"

2' - 0"

1' - 6"

KITCHEN TYPE 4C - RCP

3

1/2" = 1'-0"

2' - 0"

1 1/2"

2' - 6"

7' - 4"

1 1/2"

KITCHEN TYPE 4C_ELEVATION 3

4

1/2" = 1'-0"

26th-35th / Unit I / 1BR / 471 SF _____ 10

Job Title

GREEN BUILDI

KITCHEN TYPE 4C_ELEVATION 1

Brooklyn N

1/2" = 1'-0"

4"

3' - 8" 2' - 0"

LR2

3RD FLOOR

ST-1

Date:

AP-3A

Seal

B-2

3/4"

2' - 6"

3/4"

2' - 3"

2' - 8"

1/2"

2' - 6"

10' - 1 3/4"

KITCHEN TYPE 4D_ELEVATION 1

8

KITCHEN TYPE 4D 1/2" = 1'-0"

TRANSFER FL ELEVATOR RECESSED 1BR / 626 SF _____ 1 LINEAR LIGHT @ SOFFIT & ACT CEILING 4th FloorLOBBY / Unit B /WITH

1/2" = 1'-0"

KITCHEN TYPE 4D - RCP

7

1/2" = 1'-0"

2 A-740

4 A-741

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

TOTAL 1

T.O FIN

T.O FIN

1 A-740

2' - 7 1/2"

SIM.

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3 A-741

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6' - 8 1/4" 3/4"

SEE PLAN

30" REMOVABLE EQ

4' - 5 1/8"

4" ST-1

AP-4A

2' - 10"

4TH FLOOR

2' - 0"

2' - 6 1/4"

AP-5A

PF-22

This project is a 38 story residential tower in Greenpoint Brooklyn. I contributed to modifying details in AutoCAD such as items A and B. Item C is one of the many kitchens layouts and millwork I helped modify in Revit. In addition, 2' - 1 1/2" 2' - 6" 1' - 9" 3/4" 2' - 6" 3/4" 1' - 3" 2' - 8" 1 3/8" I assisted with bathroom drawings 13'as - 0 3/8"there were several types for the Podi4L TYPE 4L - RCP um, Tower and Penthouse. renderings on the right are modeled Rhino, 10 KITCHEN TYPE The 11 KITCHEN in rendered in VRay and post-processed in Photoshop by me. Although the two floor plans below were not drafted by me, I was responsible for rendering portions of it with materials and furniture chosen by the client.

AP-3A

LR2

1/2" = 1'-0"

4th Floor / Unit C / 2BR / 1133 SF _____ 1 TOTAL 1

SECOND FLOOR

T.O FIN

T.O FIN

B-2

1 3/8"

2' - 8"

1' - 3"

2' - 6"

1' - 9"

2' - 6"

2' - 0"

2' - 1 1/2"

13' - 0 3/8"

F1_30X42.dwg Date:June 03, 2016 - Layout: Model

1' - 0"

SCALE: AP-1D1 1/2" = 1'-0"

CT-7A

EXTERIOR RENDERING (CREATED BY MEMBER OF SD PROJECT TEAM)

1/2" = 1'-0"

TYPICAL FL COORRIDOR PAINTED CEILING WITH SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT

5

LR3

5' - 7 1/2"

12

WD-2

AP-6A

BASE CABINET EQ

A-728 WD-5

WD-2

4' - 4"

3' - 0 1/2"

2' - 3 1/4"

2' - 3 1/4"

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40C

CEILING HEIGHT @ KTICHEN/ LIVING ROOM

2' - 0"

3' - 0"

2' - 6"

10' - 8"

2' - 0"

4"

1 1/2"

9' - 0"

2' - 6"

Drawing Title

CEILIN

12/16/

3' - 0"

5' - 7 1/2"

AP-1D

9' - 0"

EQ

AP-6A

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

3' - 0 7/8"

2' - 1 3/4"

WD-2

(B) TRANSFER CORRIDOR ACT CEILING W. RECESSED DOWNLIGHT

LR2

2' - 1 3/4"

1 4"

2' - 3"

1' - 6"

3' - 6 5/8"

BASE CABINET

6

2' - 8"

TRANSFER FL CORRIDOR CT-7A ACT CEILING WITH RECESSED DOWNLIGHT

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EQ

8

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

LR3

A-728

30" REMOVABLE

1

2' - 6"

10' - 1 3/4"

1

PENTHOUSE 38TH FL CORRIDOR & ELEVATOR LOBBY WITH ACT CEILING

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EQ

3' - 0 1/2"

2' - 1 3/4"

EQ

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

SEE PLAN

2' - 7 1/2"

KEY PLAN 1/2"

PF-23

TYPICAL FL COORRIDOR PAINTED CEILING WITH SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT

4TH FLOOR

4 A-740

3' - 8"

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

2 A-740

2' - 0"

2' - 6"

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2' - 1 1/2"

3' - 0"

2' - 6"

SEE PLAN

F1_30X42.dwg Date:June 03, 2016 - Layout: Model

2' - 6" 7' - 1 1/2"

9' - 0"

3' - 0"

1 A-741

SEE PLAN

TOTAL 30

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AP-4A B-2

6th-25th / Unit I / 1BR / 650 SF _____ 20

SEE PLAN

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AP-5A

T.O FIN

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

3RD FLOOR

3/4" 1' - 6"

CT-7A

PF-23

39TH FLOOR

1 1/2"

02/1

ST-1

AP-3B

LR2

Date 04/1

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4"

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AP-1A

SEE PLAN

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

3' - 0"

3RD FLOOR

LR3

EQ

5' - 11 5/8"

A-728

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MTL-1

(A) PENTHOUSE 36TH-37TH FL CORRIDOR AND ELEVATOR LOBBY

CT-7A

2' - 0"

BASE CABINET

2' - 1 1/2"

2' - 0"

LR2

JAM 475 1 New Telep

7' - 3" 2' - 6"

WD-2

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LR2

30" REMOVABLE

SITE LA

3' - 0"

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

.2' - 8"

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FUTU 18 Ba Broo Telep

3 A-741

PENTHOUSE 36-37TH FL CORRIDOR & ELEVATOR LOBBY

6' - 3"

2' - 1 3/4"

PF-23

1 A-740

2' - 6"

WD-2

TRANSFER FL CORRIDOR ACT CEILING WITH RECESSED DOWNLIGHT

4 A-740

8 A-741

4"

1 1/2"

DES 140 B New Telep

TYPICAL FL ELEVATOR LOBBY WITH RECESSED LINEAR LIGHT @ SOFFIT.

DROP CEILING ABOVE KITCHEN CABINET

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TYPE COUNT SHEET...

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KITCHEN TYPE 4L_ELEVATION 1 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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KITCHEN TYPE 4L_ELEV 1/2" = 1'-0"

(C) ONE OF THE TYPICAL TOWER KITCHENS 7

TRANSFER FL ELEVATOR LOBBY WITH RECESSED LINEAR LIGHT @ SOFFIT & ACT CEILING SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

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