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parallel construction

2017-18

a personal summary


This book is published through Blurb.com. All sales are maintained by the publishing platform. This publication is not intended for commercial use. All contents are owned by the respective photographers and designers. Even though the composition of the book is created and maintained by the author, all the content used in this book are properties of the students and faculty of Parallel Construction 2017-18. blog.uta.edu/parallel School of Architecture, College of Architecture, Planning and Public Affairs (CAPPA), the University of Texas at Arlington. uta.edu/cappa Some photos are courtesy of Chad Davis Photography. chaddavisphoto.com Š Rafi Alam. 2018. Dallas, TX


Just days after graduation, a close friend of mine — who didn’t go to UTA — asked me this very important question you’d typically ask someone who just recently graduated, “So! What was the most exciting part of your undergrad life? What’s your best memory?” Now, I was this close to say the word, Italy — referring to that one study abroad program I went to, of which I can’t generally stop talking about. But, even to my own surprise, I took a pause instead, and quietly replied, “Well I guess — to be honest, I feel like it was this last year: this Design/Build studio — that’s my most memorable experience as an undergrad!” Her reaction, unsurprisingly of course, was, “Really? Not even Italy?” Yes, really. As relcutant as I was just only two years ago about this whole Design-Build thing, my faith was radically changed when I got to see some of my close friends go through this journey during the 2016-17 Year. That year I wasn’t allowed to take a studio, hence I had enough time to actually get involved with them a little bit. Little involvement, but enough to get excited about what might come next! Fast forward to Summer 2017, and our class gets an email about the possibility of yet another Design/Build Studio; and then I got to click the right button on the right time at the enrollment website, and well, the rest is history. Since the beginning of the studio, there always was a plan to make a book documenting our works as Parallel Construction 2017-18 studio. And we even sort of got to it, too. We even had a template set up, someone cooked up a logo, while someone else sketched out the possible book cover, while I was doing photoshoots, because, that seemed very important? Well, as the studio progressed and we got involved into so many more pressing issues, like you know, designing and building an actual house, the effort to make a book just fell through. After graduation, though, a lot of us suddenly get this urge to make a portfolio: regardless of what studio you took — you just want to make a portfolio. You might need one to apply to grad schools next year, or to apply to jobs and what-not. Architecture schools and portfolios go hand in hand, and I am no saint. So I sat down one day, and decided to make a portfolio specifically showcasing my senior year, which of course, is my year in the Design/Build program. As I started to organize it, though, I realized if I truly want to show what I did for my year of graduation — if I truly wanted to talk about my Design/Build studio experience, I have got to talk about what others did. Because, guess what? The Design/Build is basically one big group project, and you cannot just ignore them to show off your own work! So in a sense, this could be the book of our Parallel Construcion 2017-18 studio, the book that was promised but never delivered. But, that would be wrong, because as you flip through the pages, you’d notice it’s actually more about me: more about what Rafi Alam experienced and less about what the studio stood for: a massive group project. Welcome to my senior year portfolio, where I got to be part of a team which designed and built a house. Rafi Alam 10/24/2018


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A House Crafted

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Casa Cortile


HEAVY /LIGHT The core proposal of Heavy/Light follows a concept of contrast between an orthagonal plan, an angled brick wall, and natural light coming into different spaces of the house. There is a connection from the house to the neighborhood to the Truman St. with the front porch being open to the width of the house, and an exterior living space close to the neighbors indicating a shared space for some friendly interaction. On the Slaughter St. side, there is a large open window revealing the living area of the house to the street: being the most public space of the house. As one goes further in the house, there are less windows to portray a sense of privacy with the bedrooms and bathrooms. A reading nook looks outside to the Slaughter St. connecting the residents to the street. The detached garage has an owners’ entrance with a path leading back to the house. Antoño Molina and Rubi Sanchez Romo teamed up with Tania Lecona and Pegah Jahangirpor to design this proposal with a unique ridge system on the roof, which is parallel to the dominant brick wall on the southeast side of the building. The ridge creates a constantly changing vaulted space inside the house.

Pegah Jahangirpor Tania Lecona Rubi Sanchez Romo Antoño Molina Floor Plan, not to scale

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2x2 Grid

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Utilizing the rectangular geometry of the plot, Casa Allungata expands on the idea of an elongated, shared living space, offering more openness to the inhabitants. While the most generic designs from the other groups dealt with the idea of separating the private quarters from the public by creating a procession leading from one end of the house to the other, this concept separates the program rather horizontally, instead: one can decide to stay within the public areas or simply switch to the private quarters as soon as pass through the entry. This stretched composition leaves a lot of room for a shared space useable for living, for dining or as kitchen. A shared quality of life enhances the social experience of its dwellers, while functionally speaking, creates more opportunities for a sustainable living. Nicholas Pascual, Michael Gerhard and William Lucas joined Nathalie D’hennezel and Hunter Freeman to develop this concept which relies strongly on the notion of minimal yet expanded spaces.

Hunter Freeman Nathalie D’hennezel William Lucas Nicholas Pascual Michael Gerhard

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Axonometric Study


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A HOUSE

CRAFTED What started as a series of experiments trying to understand the relationship between aesthetics and structure, diving through the precedents of works which question the balance of minimalism against the intricacy of the layers beneath the building’s skin; would evolve into a work of passion — to something which we would hastily name, A House Crafted. This project is a bright example of a misplaced ambition disregarding practicality of a situation. A lot of work went into challenging the structure of something as simple as a single-family house: and we as a team wanted to reveal these works throughout the design. Or, in simpler terms, we proposed to expose the structure of the house, inviting its inhabitants to experience the story of how their dwelling was crafted. We wanted the residents to journey through the soul of the house along with its beating heart. Alex Nuñez and Lauren Kobes took on the challenge to mediate through these ambitious notions when they joined Christy Au and me, and the final proposal included much more than a house with exposed structure; skylights, large windows and integrated courtyard spaces are some of the few elements we strategically incorporated throughout the A House Crafted, encouraging the residents to enjoy their house inside and outside as a whole.

Rafi Alam Christy Au Lauren Kobes Alex Nuñez View of kitchen patio, through courtyard Made with Autodesk Revit® 2018

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A lot of the early inspirations for this project comes from a wide yet similar range of ideas. While drawings from the likes of Neil Denari, Wes Jones or even Libbeus Woods clearly set the atmosphere for my initial design drive, it was admittedly the works by contemporary firms like Lake Flato, Olson Kundig, and most importantly Wendell Burnette from Arizona who truly set me up for what I personally imagined this house could be: minimal and clean, yet the main aesthetics lie within the finished details revealed through strategic exposure.

Elevations, Neil Denari

I was introduced to the works of Burnette back in sophomore year by Bang Dang, a former UTA professor, Design/Build faculty, a great architect, and even a greater friend who I had the honor to work with couple of years back. What I learned through the experience with him definitely impacted this design as well.

Burnette Residence, Wendell Burnette

Muratura 7, Wendell Burnette

While I was heavily occupied understanding the intricacy of details versus the simplicity of forms and skins, Christy Au focused on the bigger picture — she explored how spaces can interact with each other, how one can experience both the interior and the exterior as a whole instead of being separate entities: a core idea that will eventually shape the A House Crafted.

Rolling Huts, Olson Kundig

Rudolph Schindler’s Schindler House, a California classic, was one of the many inspirations she used to form the concept.

Berkshire Residence, Olson Kundig

Grand Coulee Residence, Olson Kundig

Early concept study sketches

Interpreting Schindler House, Christy Au

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As we researched the idea of how we can achieve a certain aesthetic quality while simply exposing the structure of a house, one of the key structural components which remained a key design element throughout the process was the truss. It’s not necessary to use a truss system to build a wood-frame house, but at certain levels, it not only helps the structure as a whole, it also adds to the aesthetic notion we wanted to incorporate in our design, where a structural component goes beyond its function and improves the design condition as a whole. For the very first individual design, I took the idea too liberally, and the result was a system which had a larger volume than the house itself (above). Once Christy paired up with me, we focused on actually designing a simpler yet aesthetically pleasing system, and continued the process later with Lauren and Alex as well, resulting in the final form (next page). Free-hand sketches let us address problems with a more flexible approach, of course. Here is a sampler of sketches and notes from Alex, Lauren, Christy and I which went into developing A House Crafted

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Metal Roofing with Zip® decking

Computer-aided drawings played a key role when it came to representing ideas, as well as analyzing them, and students used a range of softwares: Autodesk AutoCAD®, Trimble SketchUp®, and even Rhinoceros®.

Insulation layer

Rafters

By the time we got to finals, however, each team ended up building their project on Autodesk Revit®, which helped us generate exploded axonometric drawings like the one here.

Exposed columns

Tension cord, for added structural integrity

Trusses, only where the ceiling is exposed Typical drywall ceiling

Stucco panels

Drywall, textured

Hardwood flooring

Garage driveway

Polished concrete flooring

Horizontal siding (wood textured)

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FRONT PORCH

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The refined final floor plan addresses a key concern which was borught up throughout the semester by a number of design critics: our designs, specially our A House Crafted lacked a “quality of community feelings” — that is, the inhabitants of this house might not get the opportunity to interact with the neighborhood, the way the said neighborhood might be accustomed to. During our site visits we noticed one common principle among the houses on Truman Street — they each had a front lawn, and some shaded element: maybe a balcony or a porch which as a whole becomes a shared communal space for the whole street. We revised our design and strategically placed a niche with extended concrete conrete slab on the Truman St. side of the house, which being shaded by the extension of the continous roof, became a modern iteration of a classic front porch.

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As we got closer to the final review, we decided to think ahead and exploring possible finish materials, as well as landscape details. The way the floor plan worked — the way there was this relationship between the exterior and the interior, that each element or space, be it inside or outside, is equally celebrated as a space of the whole house was only enriched by the original idea of exposing the structure at strategic spots. Now the inhabitants can experience the journey of this house, architecturally speaking. We wanted to have a similar language with finishes as well, especially floor finishes. Wood element relates back to the wood structure of the house, while exposed but treated concrete floor carries on the ideology of “revealing what’s within”. Alex exclusively worked on landscape design ensuring the best experience for the house’s inhabitants, inside and out.

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Dimensional Floor Plan

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East Elevation, from Truman St.

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North Elevation, from Slaughter St.

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Early concept model, individual Chipboard, by Rafi Alam

Early concept model, individual Chipboard, by Christy Au

Section model at the kitchen courtyard area of A House Crafted. Basswood, metal wire and chipboard, by Alex NuĂąez Early concept model, pair Chipboard, by Christy Au

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Final concept model, pair Basswood, chipboard and MDF, by Christy Au

Final concept model, A House Crafted Basswood, chipboard, metal wire and MDF, by Lauren Kobes and Christy Au

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Front of the house, seen from Truman Street

Kitchen patio and the courtyard connection, seen from Slaughter Street side of the house

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Kitchen area, seen from the living and dining corner

Entry to master bathroom, seen from master bedroom

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Kitchen and hallway entry to private quarters, seen from dining corner

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Even though we had a lot of fun as we felt confident designing the A House Crafted, by the time we got to the midterm reviews on October 2, 2017, we realized there were quite a few notes we definitely missed in this process. One of the biggest critiques we got on the review (as well as previous reviews during the process) was the fact how we kept ignoring the end goal of this studio — that whatever we’re proposing, we’d actually need to be able to build it. The deeper we went into exploring ideas on how we can resolve some aesthetic decisions, we apparently overlooked how complicated were we making things which should have been rather left simple. We overestimated our scope in the perspective of the Build part of the semester, that us students who are mostly inexperienced in the field of construction would be taking on the challenge of building this house, and while proposing innovative ideas to rethink structure would be a great gesture in a typical design studio, this definitely was not the right place to suggest so. One other critique was how we tried to portray rather expensive finish materials on a house which wasn’t meant for luxury. We tried to argue that these portrayals were merely suggestions made to a design which hadn’t been refined yet. Nevertheless, this was an oversight indeed, because suggesting something that is not possible within a given constraint should always be discouraged in our field. Looking through the hallway, in front of the bedrooms, towards the living area at the end

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CASA CORTILE Simple and efficient floorplan, clean concept and a clear strategy to address the immediate context of the site — there were many things which deserved their own compliments when Casa Cortile was presented during the midterm reviews on October 2017. But what made this straight-forward project stand out from other three finalists was on how much this team put an effort to understand the costraints of the given project: be it budget, the neighborhood, or — most importantly — how buildable this house would be. Joel Hartmangruber is a veteran in the professional field of architecture and construction alike, and is also a Design/Build alumni (2016 Situational Kiosks). When he joined Annaliese Snidow and Yesenia Brena, along with Sarah Wheeler and Luis Guzman, he emphasized on actually engineering the structure of the house going beyond just the design aesthetics. This provided a true to life catalogue on how this house can be built by amateur builders like us. The result was this perfect mix of a modern and minimal yet true-to-context project.

Annaliese Snidow Yesenia Brena Sarah Wheeler Joel Hartmangruber Luis Guzman

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Luis Guzman assembling a scale section model of a part of Casa Cortile, preparing for the final presentation for the Fall 2017. Casa Cortile was picked among the four projects in October, after which the whole studio worked together to refine the design further and to get it ready to be built in Spring 2018. DECEMBER 04, 2017. RAFI ALAM


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Some of the many iterations of the floor plan for Casa Cortile. One of the main components of Annaliese and Yesenia’s design was to create a relationship between the interior and the exterior, that how the inhabitants can experience moments while staying in this house — inside and out. The introduction of a courtyard carved within the footprint of the house, which is protected by a custom trellis system is one of the principle design concepts that evolved over the phases. Hence, the name, Casa Cortile, which literally means Courtyard House in Spanish,

These decisions were not made overnight; in fact, the final design was a result of a rigorous process which involved a lot of arguments, compromises and well-vetted design decisions. For example, there once was a proposal to flip the house — to put the courtyard on the northern, Slaughter Street side of the building. The studio was divided, and I personally liked the idea, but it was Antoño Molina’s strong argument backed by his well-presented analogy which convinced me and the rest of the studio to put the design as how it is now.

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Exploded Axonometric

Some diagrammatic analysis of Casa Cortile made by AntoĂąo Molina, Nicholas Pascual and Rubi Sanchez Romo as part of the final presentation for Fall 2017 semester.

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An earlier version of the basic floor plan for Casa Cortile, provided by Yesenia Brena

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North Elevation, from Slaughter St.

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One of the scale section models being assembled by Luis Guzman, as a preparation for the final presentation at the end of Fall 2017

DECEMBER 04, 2017. RAFI ALAM

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

As we drew a close to the concept design phase, we started preparing a well maintained set of drawings which would basically be the key to our construction the next semester. These Construction Documents would be one of the most important take-aways from the Parallel Construction Studio, beyond just designing and constructing a project.

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS - CAPPA THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 601 W. NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

PRESENTS

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

CASA CORTILE - A DESIGN-BUILD SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE PROJECT 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS BUILDING AREA NUMBER OF STORIES TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION BUILDING ZONE

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

1576 SF 1 XX XX EDO-RM-12

(c) PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18. (c) CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

APPLICABLE CODES 2012 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE (IMC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE (IPC) 2009 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2015 CITY OF ARLINGTON, TEXAS ZONING CODE FOR EDO-RM-12 2010 AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)

RENDERING PERMIT SET

11. 01. 2017

ARCHITECT

ARCHITECT

BRAD MCCORKLE (XXX) XXX-XXXX email

JAMIE CRAWLEY (XXX) XXX-XXXX email

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SHEET INDEX

COVER SHEET

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STUDENT DESIGNERS ALEX NUNEZ ANNALIESE SNIDOW ANTONIO MOLINA CHRISTY AU HUNTER FREEMAN JOEL HARTMANGRUBER LAUREN KOBES LUIS GUZMAN MICHAEL GERHARD

NATHALIE D'NZEL NICHOLAS PASCUALANTE PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR RAFIUL ALAM RUBI S ROMO SARAH WHEELER TANIA LECONA YESENIA BRENA WILLIAM LUCAS

CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

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A 0.00 DRAWING

First attempt on preparing the title sheet. October 20, 2017

Title sheet for the set prepared for permit from City of Arlington. November 17, 2017

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS - CAPPA THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

DRAWING SET FOR

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS HOUSE

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 601 W. NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019

SHEET INDEX 02.05.2018

PRESENTS CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

ARCHITECTURAL A 0.00 INDEX

A DESIGN-BUILD SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE PROJECT FOR THE HOUSING CHANNEL 4200 SOUTH FREEWAY #307 FORT WORTH, TX 76115 (817) 924-5091 info@housingchannel.org www.housingchannel.org

PROJECT INFO

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION BEING IN LOT 11, IN BLOCK 1, OF TURCK ADDITION, AN ADDITION TO THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 1885, PAGE 271, DEED RECORDS OF TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS. 1,576 SF 525 SF 1 R-2 5A 1HR 10,400 SF 2,707 SF LOT 11. BLOCK 1. TURCK ADD. 1885 / 271 RS-7.2

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CONTRACTOR, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN THESE CONTRACT DOCS, SHALL PROVIDE ALL MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, LABOR AND SUPERVISION REQD. TO COMPLETE ALL WORK DESCRIBED HEREIN AND WHICH CAN BE REASONABLY INFERRED TO BE REQD. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN PROFESSIONAL STANDARD. ALL WORK SHALL BE DONE BY CONTRACTORS DULY LICENSED BY THE LOCAL JURISDICTION. ALL WORK TO BE DONE PER THE APPLICABLE CODES. OWNER IS LIABLE TO OBTAIN AND PAY FOR PERMITS, INSPECTION FEES, AND DEPOSITS REQD. FOR INSTALLATION OF ALL WORK. IT'S THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL FOR LOCAL INSPECTIONS AND OBTAIN CITY INSPECTORS' APPROVAL. SUBCONTRACTORS ARE REQD. TO CAREFULLY EXAMINE THE DRAWINGS AND SPECS. COVERING ALL TRADES SO THAT ALL THE WORK IS PROPERLY COORDINATED. CONTRACTOR IS TO SETTLE ANY DISPUTE FROM NON-COORDINATION AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, WITHOUT REGARD TO WHOSE MATERIAL WAS FIRST INSTALLED, BUT AS REQD. BY FUNCTIONING OF CONFLICTING SYSTEMS AS APPROVED BY THE DESIGNER(S). REPRODUCTIVE USE OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AS SHOP DRAWINGS, OR THE BASIS OF SHOP DRAWINGS, BY CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS, IF ALLOWED BY THE DESIGNER(S) AND PROJECT LEAD(S), ARE TO BE DONE AT THE SAID CONTRACTOR'S OR SUBCONTRACTOR'S RISK. DESIGNER(S) AND PROJECT LEAD(S) WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR SUCH REPRODUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, CONDITIONS ETC. PRIOR TO BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY PROJECT LEAD(S) AND/OR DESIGNER(S) IN WRITING OF DISCREPANCIES. WORK SHALL ONLY PROCEED WHEN ALL ISSUES HAVE BEEN PROPERLY ADDRESSED AND AGREED UPON BY BOTH PARTIES. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. SCALES NOTED ON DRAWINGS ARE FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY. NO DIMENSIONAL INFO SHALL BE OBTAINED BY SCALING THE DRAWINGS, AND INQUIRIES ON SUCH INFO SHOULD BE OBTAINED BY CONTRACTOR FROM PROJECT LEAD(S) AND/OR DESIGNER(S).

APPLICABLE CODES

2009 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) w/ LOCAL AMENDMENTS 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE (IMC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE (IPC) 2009 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2015 CITY OF ARLINGTON, TEXAS ZONING CODE for RS-7.2

PROJECT LEAD

BRAD MCCORKLE (281) 229-2905 brad.mccorkle@uta.edu

JOSHUA M NASON (817) 705-0925 nason@uta.edu

JAMIE CRAWLEY (512) 771-0281 jcrawley@ha-architecture.com

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

HVAC CONSULTANT

HVAC CONTRACTOR

CHRIS NOONAN (817) 515-4798 christopher.noonan@tccd.edu

BRIAN LACKEY (972) 843-7499 bryan.lackey@tomsmechanical.com

JERALD KUNKEL (817) 640-3811 jkunkel@jkunkel.com WINDOWS CONSULTANT

CONTRACTOR KELLY POLLARD ENDEAVOR WALL HOMES, LLC 2005 NE GREEN OAKS BLVD STE 150 ARLINGTON, TX 76006 (817) 276-3416

SITE PLAN SITE PLAN

A 2.00 A 2.20 A 2.30 A 2.40 A 2.50 A 2.70 A 2.80 A 2.90

OVERALL FLOOR PLAN PARTIAL PLAN - AREA A PARTIAL PLAN - AREA B PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA A PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA B POWER PLAN AND RCP MECHANICAL PLAN ENLARGED FLOOR PLAN

A 3.00 A 3.10 A 3.20 A 3.30 A 3.40 A 3.50

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS

A 4.00 A 4.10 A 4.20 A 4.30

BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS

A 5.00 A 5.10 A 5.20 A 5.30 A 5.40

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

A 6.00 A 6.01 A 6.02 A 6.03 A 6.04 A 6.05 A 6.06 A 6.07 A 6.08 A 6.09 A 6.10 A 6.11 A 6.12

WALL SECTIONS WALL SECTIONS WALL SECTIONS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS

A 7.00

FINISH FLOOR PLAN

A 8.00 A 8.10 A 8.20

DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE FINISH SCHEDULE

L 1.00

LANDSCAPE

STRUCTURAL S 1.00 S 1.00 S 1.01 S 1.01

FOUNDATION PLAN FOUNDATION PLAN - HOUSE SHEARWALL PLAN SHEARWALL PLAN - HOUSE

S 2.00 S 2.01

FOUNDATION DETAILS SHEARWALL DETAILS

S 3.00

GENERAL NOTES

* THE GRAYED OUT DRAWINGS CAN BE FOUND ON THE ACCOMPANYING DRAWING SET FOR THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS - GARAGE

PROJECT LEAD

MATT EYTCHESON (214) 557-6817 mattheweytcheson@milgard.com

A 1.00 A 1.10

PROJECT LEAD

B A-X

B A-X

EXTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

X A-X

X A-X

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

A 101a

STUDENT DESIGNERS ALEX NUNEZ ANNALIESE SNIDOW ANTONIO MOLINA BLAKE DEBINSKI CHRISTY AU HUNTER FREEMAN JOEL HARTMANGRUBER GERARDO GOVEA

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE

LAUREN KOBES LUIS GUZMAN MICHAEL GERHARD NATHALIE D'HENNEZEL NICHOLAS PASCUAL PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR STAS KARMALYUK

RAFIUL ALAM RUBI S ROMO SARAH WHEELER TANIA LECONA VASTI TREJO WILLIAM LUCAS YESENIA BRENA

HEIGHT LABELS

B A-X

SECTION CUT TAG

ROOF PITCH B A-X

0

5'

10'

BAR SCALE

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18 SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

Title sheet for the most current Construction Documents set on record. February 05, 2018

A 000 INDEX 48

INDEX DRAWN BY: R ALAM CHECKED BY: A SNIDOW PERMIT SET

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CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

WINDOW TAG

DOOR TAG

101 LIVING ROOM TAG 14' VAULTED

NORTH ARROW

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 0.00 DRAWING


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A 0.00

BAR SCALE

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A INTERIOR 5.00 ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A INTERIOR 5.10 ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A INTERIOR 5.20 ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A INTERIOR 5.30 ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A INTERIOR 5.40 ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

0 RAFIUL ALAM RUBI S ROMO SARAH WHEELER TANIA LECONA VASTI TREJO WILLIAM LUCAS YESENIA BRENA LAUREN KOBES LUIS GUZMAN MICHAEL GERHARD NATHALIE D'HENNEZEL NICHOLAS PASCUAL PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR STAS KARMALYUK ALEX NUNEZ ANNALIESE SNIDOW ANTONIO MOLINA BLAKE DEBINSKI CHRISTY AU HUNTER FREEMAN JOEL HARTMANGRUBER GERARDO GOVEA

PROJECT LEAD

02.05.2018

NORTH ARROW

SECTION CUT TAG

10' B A-X

5'

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ROOF PITCH

HEIGHT LABELS 8'-0" TOP OF PLATE

DOOR TAG

WINDOW TAG

A

101

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

EXTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

X A-X

B A-X B A-X

BRIAN LACKEY (972) 843-7499 bryan.lackey@tomsmechanical.com

CONTRACTOR

CHRIS NOONAN (817) 515-4798 christopher.noonan@tccd.edu

KELLY POLLARD ENDEAVOR WALL HOMES, LLC 2005 NE GREEN OAKS BLVD STE 150 ARLINGTON, TX 76006 (817) 276-3416

WINDOWS CONSULTANT

JERALD KUNKEL (817) 640-3811 jkunkel@jkunkel.com

MATT EYTCHESON (214) 557-6817 mattheweytcheson@milgard.com

JAMIE CRAWLEY (512) 771-0281 jcrawley@ha-architecture.com

HVAC CONTRACTOR HVAC CONSULTANT

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

JOSHUA M NASON (817) 705-0925 nason@uta.edu BRAD MCCORKLE (281) 229-2905 brad.mccorkle@uta.edu

A BUILDING 4.00 SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS A BUILDING 4.10 SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS A BUILDING 4.20 SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS A BUILDING 4.30 SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS

A 6.00 WALL SECTIONSWALL SECTIONS A 6.01 WALL SECTIONSWALL SECTIONS A 6.02 WALL SECTIONSWALL SECTIONS A DETAILS 6.03 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.04 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.05 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.06 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.07 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.08 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.09 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.10 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.11 DETAILS A DETAILS 6.12 DETAILS A FINISH 7.00 FLOOR PLAN FINISH FLOOR PLAN A DOOR 8.00 AND WINDOW DOORSCHEDULE AND WINDOW SCHEDULE A DOOR 8.10 AND WINDOW DOORSCHEDULE AND WINDOW SCHEDULE A FINISH 8.20 SCHEDULE FINISH SCHEDULE

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

S 3.00 GENERAL NOTES GENERAL NOTES

STRUCTURAL ENGINEER STRUCTURAL ENGINEER HVAC CONSULTANT HVAC CONSULTANTHVAC CONTRACTOR HVAC CONTRACTOR

WINDOWS CONSULTANT WINDOWS CONSULTANT CONTRACTOR CONTRACTOR

EXTERIOR B B ELEVATION A-X A-X TAGS

EXTERIOR WINDOW TAG A ELEVATION 101a

X A-X

STUDENT DESIGNERS STUDENT DESIGNERS

X A-X

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE

RAFIUL ALAM RAFIUL ALAM ALEX NUNEZ ALEX NUNEZ LAUREN KOBESLAUREN KOBES RUBI S ROMO RUBI S ROMO ANNALIESE SNIDOW ANNALIESE SNIDOWLUIS GUZMAN LUIS GUZMAN SARAH WHEELER ANTONIO MOLINA ANTONIO MOLINA MICHAEL GERHARD MICHAEL GERHARDSARAH WHEELER NATHALIE D'HENNEZEL NATHALIE D'HENNEZEL TANIA LECONA TANIA LECONA BLAKE DEBINSKI BLAKE DEBINSKI NICHOLAS PASCUAL NICHOLAS PASCUALVASTI TREJO VASTI TREJO CHRISTY AU CHRISTY AU HUNTER FREEMAN HUNTER FREEMAN PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR WILLIAM LUCASWILLIAM LUCAS JOEL HARTMANGRUBER JOEL HARTMANGRUBER STAS KARMALYUK STAS KARMALYUK YESENIA BRENAYESENIA BRENA GERARDO GOVEA GERARDO GOVEA

INTERIOR X X ELEVATION A-X A-X TAGS

A

TAGS

DOOR TAG

INTERIOR ELEVATION 101

101

TAGS LIVING ROOM TAG LIVING ROOM TAG 14' 14' VAULTED VAULTED

HEIGHT 8'-0" LABELS TOP OF PLATE

HEIGHT B LABELS

ROOF PITCH

ROOF PITCH

B A-X

A-X

SECTION CUT TAG

B A-X

0

0

5'

BAR SCALE

SECTION CUT TAG

B A-X

5' 10'

BAR SCALE

WINDOW TAG

DOOR TAG

101a

10' NORTH ARROW

DATE

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

B A-X

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

B A-X

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

MATT EYTCHESON MATT EYTCHESON KELLY POLLARDKELLY POLLARD ENDEAVOR WALL ENDEAVOR HOMES, LLC WALL HOMES, LLC (214) 557-6817 (214) 557-6817 2005 NE GREEN2005 OAKS NEBLVD GREEN OAKS BLVD mattheweytcheson@milgard.com mattheweytcheson@milgard.com STE 150 STE 150 ARLINGTON, TXARLINGTON, 76006 TX 76006 (817) 276-3416 (817) 276-3416

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

CHRIS NOONANCHRIS NOONAN BRIAN LACKEY BRIAN LACKEY JERALD KUNKELJERALD KUNKEL (817) 515-4798 (817) 515-4798 (972) 843-7499 (972) 843-7499 (817) 640-3811 (817) 640-3811 christopher.noonan@tccd.edu bryan.lackey@tomsmechanical.com bryan.lackey@tomsmechanical.com jkunkel@jkunkel.com jkunkel@jkunkel.com christopher.noonan@tccd.edu

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

PROJECT LEADPROJECT LEAD

BRAD MCCORKLE BRAD MCCORKLE JOSHUA M NASON JOSHUA M NASON JAMIE CRAWLEY JAMIE CRAWLEY (281) 229-2905 (281) 229-2905 (817) 705-0925 (817) 705-0925 (512) 771-0281 (512) 771-0281 brad.mccorkle@uta.edu brad.mccorkle@uta.edu nason@uta.edu nason@uta.edu jcrawley@ha-architecture.com jcrawley@ha-architecture.com

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

* THE GRAYED OUT * THEDRAWINGS GRAYED OUT CANDRAWINGS BE FOUND CAN ON BE FOUND ON THE ACCOMPANYING THE ACCOMPANYING DRAWING SET FOR DRAWING THE SET FOR THE CONSTRUCTIONCONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS - GARAGE DOCUMENTS - GARAGE

PERMIT SET

S FOUNDATION 2.00 DETAILS FOUNDATION DETAILS S 2.01 SHEARWALL DETAILS SHEARWALL DETAILS

S 3.00

11.17.2017

S 2.00 S 2.01

DRAWN BY: R ALAM CHECKED BY: A SNIDOW

LANDSCAPE

STRUCTURAL S FOUNDATION 1.00 PLAN FOUNDATION PLAN S FOUNDATION 1.00 PLAN FOUNDATION - HOUSE PLAN - HOUSE S 1.01 SHEARWALL PLAN SHEARWALL PLAN S 1.01 SHEARWALL PLAN SHEARWALL - HOUSE PLAN - HOUSE

INDEX

L 1.00 LANDSCAPE

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

PROJECT LEADPROJECT LEAD

A EXTERIOR 3.00 ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A EXTERIOR 3.10 ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A EXTERIOR 3.20 ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS A EXT. 3.30 ELEVATIONEXT. - DETAILS ELEVATION - DETAILS A EXT. 3.40 ELEVATIONEXT. - DETAILS ELEVATION - DETAILS A EXT. 3.50 ELEVATIONEXT. - DETAILS ELEVATION - DETAILS

PROJECT LEAD

APPLICABLE CODES

7.

6.

4.

5.

2.

3.

GENERAL NOTES

1.

CONDITIONED AIR AREA UNCONDITIONED AIR AREA NUMBER OF STORIES OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION FIRE RATING SITE AREA LOT COVERAGE PLAT SITE ZONING

PROJECT INFO

CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

PRESENTS

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 601 W. NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019

PROJECT LEADPROJECT LEAD

SITE PLAN SITE PLAN

PROJECT LEAD

A OVERALL 2.00 FLOOR OVERALL PLAN FLOOR PLAN A PARTIAL 2.20 PLAN -PARTIAL AREA A PLAN - AREA A A PARTIAL 2.30 PLAN -PARTIAL AREA B PLAN - AREA B A PARTIAL 2.40 ROOF PLAN PARTIAL - AREA ROOF A PLAN - AREA A A PARTIAL 2.50 ROOF PLAN PARTIAL - AREA ROOF B PLAN - AREA B A POWER 2.70 PLAN AND POWER RCP PLAN AND RCP A MECHANICAL 2.80 PLAN MECHANICAL PLAN A ENLARGED 2.90 FLOOR ENLARGED PLAN FLOOR PLAN

GENERAL GENERAL NOTES NOTES

APPLICABLE APPLICABLE CODES CODES

X A-X

GENERAL NOTES

A SITE 1.00 PLAN A SITE 1.10 PLAN

A 2.00 A 2.20 A 2.30 A 2.40 A 2.50 A 2.70 A 2.80 A 2.90

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION PROPERTY DESCRIPTION BEING IN LOT 11, BEING IN BLOCK IN LOT 1,11, OFIN TURCK BLOCK ADDITION, 1, OF TURCK AN ADDITION ADDITION, TOAN THE ADDITION CITY OFTO ARLINGTON, THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, A 3.00 TARRANT COUNTY, TARRANT TEXAS, COUNTY, ACCORDING TEXAS, TOACCORDING THE PLAT THEREOF TO THE PLAT RECORDED THEREOF IN VOLUME RECORDED 1885, INPAGE VOLUME 1885, PAGE A 3.10 271, DEED RECORDS 271, DEED OF TARRANT RECORDS COUNTY, OF TARRANT TEXAS. COUNTY, TEXAS. A 3.20 A 3.30 1,576 SF 1,576 SF CONDITIONED AIR CONDITIONED AREA AIR AREA A 3.40 525 SF UNCONDITIONED UNCONDITIONED AIR AREA AIR AREA 525 SF A 3.50 1 1 NUMBER OF STORIES NUMBER OF STORIES R-2 R-2 OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION OCCUPANCY CLASSIFICATION A 4.00 5A TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION 5A A 4.10 1HR 1HR FIRE RATING FIRE RATING A 4.20 10,400 SF 10,400 SF SITE AREA SITE AREA A 4.30 2,707 SF 2,707 SF LOT COVERAGELOT COVERAGE LOT 11. BLOCK 1. LOT TURCK 11. BLOCK ADD. 1885 1. TURCK / 271 ADD. 1885 / 271 PLAT PLAT A 5.00 RS-7.2 RS-7.2 SITE ZONING SITE ZONING A 5.10 A 5.20 A 5.30 A 5.40 1. CONTRACTOR, 1. IN CONTRACTOR, ACCORDANCE IN WITH ACCORDANCE THE PROVISIONS WITH THE SET PROVISIONS FORTH IN THESE SET FORTH CONTRACT IN THESE DOCS, CONTRACT DOCS, A 6.00 SHALL PROVIDESHALL ALL MATERIALS, PROVIDE ALL EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, LABOR EQUIPMENT, AND SUPERVISION LABOR ANDREQD. SUPERVISION TO COMPLETE REQD. ALL TO COMPLETE ALL WORK DESCRIBED WORK HEREIN DESCRIBED AND WHICH HEREIN CAN AND BE WHICH REASONABLY CAN BEINFERRED REASONABLY TO BE INFERRED REQD. ALL TOWORK BE REQD. ALL WORKA 6.01 A 6.02 SHALL BE PERFORMED SHALL BE INPERFORMED PROFESSIONAL IN PROFESSIONAL STANDARD. STANDARD. A 6.03 2. ALL WORK 2. SHALL ALLBE WORK DONE SHALL BY CONTRACTORS BE DONE BY CONTRACTORS DULY LICENSEDDULY BY THE LICENSED LOCAL JURISDICTION. BY THE LOCAL ALL JURISDICTION. ALL A 6.04 WORK TO BE DONE WORK PER TOTHE BE DONE APPLICABLE PER THE CODES. APPLICABLE CODES. 3. OWNER IS LIABLE 3. OWNER TO OBTAIN IS LIABLE ANDTO PAY OBTAIN FOR PERMITS, AND PAY INSPECTION FOR PERMITS, FEES, INSPECTION AND DEPOSITS FEES, AND REQD. DEPOSITS REQD. A 6.05 A 6.06 FOR INSTALLATION FOR OF INSTALLATION ALL WORK. IT'S OF ALL THEWORK. OWNER'S IT'SRESPONSIBILITY THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL FOR LOCAL TO CALL FOR LOCAL A 6.07 INSPECTIONS AND INSPECTIONS OBTAIN CITY AND INSPECTORS' OBTAIN CITYAPPROVAL. INSPECTORS' APPROVAL. A 6.08 4. SUBCONTRACTORS 4. SUBCONTRACTORS ARE REQD. TO CAREFULLY ARE REQD. TO EXAMINE CAREFULLY THE DRAWINGS EXAMINE THE ANDDRAWINGS SPECS. COVERING AND SPECS. COVERING ALL TRADES SOALL THAT TRADES ALL THE SOWORK THAT ALL IS PROPERLY THE WORKCOORDINATED. IS PROPERLY COORDINATED. CONTRACTOR IS CONTRACTOR TO SETTLE IS TO SETTLEA 6.09 ANY DISPUTE FROM ANY DISPUTE NON-COORDINATION FROM NON-COORDINATION AT NO ADDITIONAL AT NO COST ADDITIONAL TO THE OWNER, COST TO WITHOUT THE OWNER, WITHOUT A 6.10 A 6.11 REGARD TO WHOSE REGARD MATERIAL TO WHOSE WAS MATERIAL FIRST INSTALLED, WAS FIRST BUTINSTALLED, AS REQD. BY BUT FUNCTIONING AS REQD. BYOF FUNCTIONING OF A 6.12 CONFLICTING SYSTEMS CONFLICTING AS APPROVED SYSTEMS BY AS THE APPROVED DESIGNER(S). BY THE DESIGNER(S). 5. REPRODUCTIVE 5. REPRODUCTIVE USE OF THE CONTRACT USE OF THE DOCUMENTS CONTRACT ASDOCUMENTS SHOP DRAWINGS, AS SHOP OR DRAWINGS, THE BASIS OF OR THE BASIS OF SHOP DRAWINGS, SHOP BY DRAWINGS, CONTRACTORS BY CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS, OR SUBCONTRACTORS, IF ALLOWED BYIF THE ALLOWED DESIGNER(S) BY THE DESIGNER(S)A 7.00 AND PROJECT LEAD(S), AND PROJECT ARE TO LEAD(S), BE DONE ARE ATTO THE BESAID DONE CONTRACTOR'S AT THE SAID CONTRACTOR'S OR SUBCONTRACTOR'S OR SUBCONTRACTOR'S A 8.00 RISK. DESIGNER(S) RISK. AND DESIGNER(S) PROJECT LEAD(S) AND PROJECT WILL NOT LEAD(S) BE HELD WILLLIABLE NOT BE FOR HELD SUCH LIABLE REPRODUCTION. FOR SUCH REPRODUCTION. A 8.10 6. CONTRACTOR 6. SHALL CONTRACTOR VERIFY ALL SHALL DIMENSIONS, VERIFY ALLCONDITIONS DIMENSIONS, ETC. CONDITIONS PRIOR TO ETC. BEGINNING PRIOR OF TO BEGINNING OF A 8.20 CONSTRUCTIONCONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY PROJECT AND NOTIFY LEAD(S) PROJECT AND/ORLEAD(S) DESIGNER(S) AND/OR INDESIGNER(S) WRITING OF IN WRITING OF DISCREPANCIES. DISCREPANCIES. WORK SHALL ONLY WORK PROCEED SHALL ONLY WHEN PROCEED ALL ISSUES WHEN HAVE ALLBEEN ISSUES PROPERLY HAVE BEEN PROPERLY L 1.00 ADDRESSED AND ADDRESSED AGREED UPON AND AGREED BY BOTH UPON PARTIES. BY BOTH PARTIES. 7. DO NOT SCALE 7. DO DRAWINGS. NOT SCALE SCALES DRAWINGS. NOTEDSCALES ON DRAWINGS NOTED ARE ON DRAWINGS FOR GENERAL ARE INFORMATION FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY. NO DIMENSIONAL ONLY. NOINFO DIMENSIONAL SHALL BE INFO OBTAINED SHALLBY BESCALING OBTAINED THE BYDRAWINGS, SCALING THE AND DRAWINGS, INQUIRIES AND INQUIRIES STRUCTURAL ON SUCH INFO SHOULD ON SUCHBE INFO OBTAINED SHOULDBY BECONTRACTOR OBTAINED BYFROM CONTRACTOR PROJECTFROM LEAD(S) PROJECT AND/ORLEAD(S) AND/OR S 1.00 DESIGNER(S). DESIGNER(S). S 1.00 S 1.01 S 1.01

2009 INTERNATIONAL 2009 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODEBUILDING (IBC) w/ LOCAL CODE AMENDMENTS (IBC) w/ LOCAL AMENDMENTS 2012 INTERNATIONAL 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC)FIRE CODE (IFC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL 2009 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE MECHANICAL (IMC) CODE (IMC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL 2009 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE PLUMBING (IPC) CODE (IPC) 2009 NATIONAL 2009 ELECTRIC NATIONAL CODEELECTRIC (NEC) CODE (NEC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE CODE 2015 CITY OF ARLINGTON, 2015 CITY OF TEXAS ARLINGTON, ZONING TEXAS CODE for ZONING RS-7.2CODE for RS-7.2

101a

FOUNDATION DETAILS SHEARWALL DETAILS

S 3.00

A 8.00 A 8.10 A 8.20

A 7.00

A 6.00 A 6.01 A 6.02 A 6.03 A 6.04 A 6.05 A 6.06 A 6.07 A 6.08 A 6.09 A 6.10 A 6.11 A 6.12

S 2.00 S 2.01

A 1.00 A 1.10

2009 INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE (IBC) w/ LOCAL AMENDMENTS 2012 INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (IFC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL MECHANICAL CODE (IMC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL PLUMBING CODE (IPC) 2009 NATIONAL ELECTRIC CODE (NEC) 2009 INTERNATIONAL ENERGY CONSERVATION CODE 2015 CITY OF ARLINGTON, TEXAS ZONING CODE for RS-7.2

1,576 SF 525 SF 1 R-2 5A 1HR 10,400 SF 2,707 SF LOT 11. BLOCK 1. TURCK ADD. 1885 / 271 RS-7.2

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION BEING IN LOT 11, IN BLOCK 1, OF TURCK ADDITION, AN ADDITION TO THE CITY OF ARLINGTON, TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 1885, PAGE 271, DEED RECORDS OF TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS.

A DESIGN-BUILD SINGLE FAMILY RESIDENCE PROJECT FOR THE HOUSING CHANNEL 4200 SOUTH FREEWAY #307 FORT WORTH, TX 76115 (817) 924-5091 info@housingchannel.org www.housingchannel.org

PROJECT PROJECT INFO INFO

02.05.2018

ARCHITECTURAL ARCHITECTURAL A 0.00 A INDEX 0.00 INDEX

LIVING ROOM TAG 14' VAULTED

FOUNDATION PLAN FOUNDATION PLAN - HOUSE SHEARWALL PLAN SHEARWALL PLAN - HOUSE

* THE GRAYED OUT DRAWINGS CAN BE FOUND ON THE ACCOMPANYING DRAWING SET FOR THE CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS - GARAGE

LANDSCAPE

STRUCTURAL S 1.00 S 1.00 S 1.01 S 1.01

DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE FINISH SCHEDULE

L 1.00

WALL SECTIONS WALL SECTIONS WALL SECTIONS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS DETAILS

BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS BUILDING SECTIONS

DRAWING SET FOR

SHEET INDEX SHEET INDEX

CONTRACTOR, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS SET FORTH IN THESE CONTRACT DOCS, SHALL PROVIDE ALL MATERIALS, EQUIPMENT, LABOR AND SUPERVISION REQD. TO COMPLETE ALL WORK DESCRIBED HEREIN AND WHICH CAN BE REASONABLY INFERRED TO BE REQD. ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN PROFESSIONAL STANDARD. ALL WORK SHALL BE DONE BY CONTRACTORS DULY LICENSED BY THE LOCAL JURISDICTION. ALL WORK TO BE DONE PER THE APPLICABLE CODES. OWNER IS LIABLE TO OBTAIN AND PAY FOR PERMITS, INSPECTION FEES, AND DEPOSITS REQD. FOR INSTALLATION OF ALL WORK. IT'S THE OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO CALL FOR LOCAL INSPECTIONS AND OBTAIN CITY INSPECTORS' APPROVAL. SUBCONTRACTORS ARE REQD. TO CAREFULLY EXAMINE THE DRAWINGS AND SPECS. COVERING ALL TRADES SO THAT ALL THE WORK IS PROPERLY COORDINATED. CONTRACTOR IS TO SETTLE ANY DISPUTE FROM NON-COORDINATION AT NO ADDITIONAL COST TO THE OWNER, WITHOUT REGARD TO WHOSE MATERIAL WAS FIRST INSTALLED, BUT AS REQD. BY FUNCTIONING OF CONFLICTING SYSTEMS AS APPROVED BY THE DESIGNER(S). REPRODUCTIVE USE OF THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS AS SHOP DRAWINGS, OR THE BASIS OF SHOP DRAWINGS, BY CONTRACTORS OR SUBCONTRACTORS, IF ALLOWED BY THE DESIGNER(S) AND PROJECT LEAD(S), ARE TO BE DONE AT THE SAID CONTRACTOR'S OR SUBCONTRACTOR'S RISK. DESIGNER(S) AND PROJECT LEAD(S) WILL NOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR SUCH REPRODUCTION. CONTRACTOR SHALL VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS, CONDITIONS ETC. PRIOR TO BEGINNING OF CONSTRUCTION AND NOTIFY PROJECT LEAD(S) AND/OR DESIGNER(S) IN WRITING OF DISCREPANCIES. WORK SHALL ONLY PROCEED WHEN ALL ISSUES HAVE BEEN PROPERLY ADDRESSED AND AGREED UPON BY BOTH PARTIES. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS. SCALES NOTED ON DRAWINGS ARE FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ONLY. NO DIMENSIONAL INFO SHALL BE OBTAINED BY SCALING THE DRAWINGS, AND INQUIRIES ON SUCH INFO SHOULD BE OBTAINED BY CONTRACTOR FROM PROJECT LEAD(S) AND/OR DESIGNER(S).

A 5.00 A 5.10 A 5.20 A 5.30 A 5.40

A 4.00 A 4.10 A 4.20 A 4.30

A 3.00 A 3.10 A 3.20 A 3.30 A 3.40 A 3.50

A 2.00 A 2.20 A 2.30 A 2.40 A 2.50 A 2.70 A 2.80 A 2.90

A DESIGN-BUILDA SINGLE FAMILY SINGLE RESIDENCE PROJECT FOR PROJECT FOR DESIGN-BUILD FAMILY RESIDENCE THE HOUSING CHANNEL THE HOUSING CHANNEL 4200 SOUTH FREEWAY #307 FREEWAY #307 4200 SOUTH FORT WORTH, TX 76115 FORT WORTH, TX 76115 (817) 924-5091 (817) 924-5091 info@housingchannel.org info@housingchannel.org www.housingchannel.org www.housingchannel.org SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS - CAPPA THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

DRAWING SET FOR

CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTS HOUSE HOUSE

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A 1.00 A 1.10

ARCHITECTURAL A 0.00 INDEX

02.05.2018

PRESENTS

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INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

SITE PLAN SITE PLAN

SHEET INDEX

PRESENTS

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FINISH FLOOR PLAN

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS EXT. ELEVATION - DETAILS

OVERALL FLOOR PLAN PARTIAL PLAN - AREA A PARTIAL PLAN - AREA B PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA A PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA B POWER PLAN AND RCP MECHANICAL PLAN ENLARGED FLOOR PLAN

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS HOUSE

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PLANNING PUBLIC AFFAIRS - CAPPA COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS - CAPPA THE UNIVERSITY OFUNIVERSITY TEXAS AT ARLINGTON THE OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

NORTH ARROW

DATE

Each and every student took on the task to populate all the sheets required for the Construction Documents set, and it was an absolute honor for me and Annaliese to organize, compile and review all these drawings as we got ready for the building permit, and later for construction. We used our experience from our current and previous jobs during this process; we got tips from our professors and fellow students, and used previous year’s sets for ideas as well. Our studio started the process with DRAWING DRAWING the Permit Set required by the City of Arlington and continued through these Construction Documents.

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LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

LOCATION POINT REFERENCE: EXISTING POINT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN

LOCATION POINT REFERENCE: NEW BUILDING POINT

REFER TO LANDSCAPE L 1.00 FOR EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN, TO BE REMOVED AND PROPOSED NEW TREES. FENCES AT THE VICINITY OF EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN AS IS. NEW FENCES SHOULD FOLLOW MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROM EXISTING TREE CANOPIES. PROPOSED BUILD LINE IS BASED ON THE NEIGHBORING HOUSE ACROSS TRUMAN STREET. [821 TRUMAN ST.] THE GARAGE ALIGNS TO THE SOUTHERN ELEVATION OF THE HOUSE. REFER TO A 1.10 ON GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR THE GARAGE ON SITE PLAN. REFER TO A 2.00 OVERALL FLOOR PLAN FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

SLAUGHTER ST.

PROPOSED CURB CUT

9'-0"

EXISTING CURB CUT

20'-0"

15'-0"

6'-0"

PROPOSED BUILD LINE BASED ON ADJACENT NEIGHBOR'S EXISTING CONTEXT.

VISIBILITY TRIANGLE

8'-0"

6'-0"

31'-0"

PROPERTY LINE WOODEN FENCE, DESIGNED

15' SETBACK PAVERS W/GRAVEL SURROUND

5' UTILITY EASEMENT

5' SETBACK

51'-0"

2x4 WOOD DECKING 3'-1/2" HIGH AWNING

GUTTER WITH RAIN CHAIN

821

820 COURTYARD XERISCAPE GARDEN PAVERS

5'-0"

131'-7 1/4"

XERISCAPE GARDEN

20' SETBACK 2x4 WOOD DECKING 3-1/2" HIGH

11'-0"

20'-0"

CONCRETE SLAB 5' SETBACK

ACCENT WALL

5'-0"

XERISCAPE GARDEN

TRUMAN ST.

SITE PLAN

1/8"=1'

Site plan for the House, only. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

SITE DRAWN BY: W LUCAS, A NUNEZ CHECKED BY: A SNIDOW, S WHEELER PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 100 SITE PLAN 50

0'

10'

20'

DATE

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LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

LOCATION POINT REFERENCE: EXISTING POINT

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN

LOCATION POINT REFERENCE: NEW BUILDING POINT

REFER TO LANDSCAPE L 1.00 FOR EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN, TO BE REMOVED, AND PROPOSED NEW TREES. FENCES AT THE VICINITY OF EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN AS IS. NEW FENCES SHOULD FOLLOW MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROM EXISTING TREE CANOPIES. PROPOSED BUILD LINE IS BASED ON THE NEIGHBORING HOUSE ACROSS TRUMAN STREET. [821 TRUMAN ST.] THE GARAGE ALIGNS TO THE SOUTHERN ELEVATION OF THE HOUSE. REFER TO A 1.00 ON RESIDENTIAL BUILDING PERMIT DRAWING SET FOR THE HOUSE ON SITE PLAN. REFER TO A 2.00 OVERALL FLOOR PLAN FOR FURTHER DETAILS. SLAUGHTER STREET BEING THE ROAD WITHOUT PROPOSED SIDE WALK, THE GARAGE SITS 14' FROM THE PROPERTY LINE INSTEAD OF 20' THE GARAGE SITS MORE THAN 20' FROM THE CURB CUT.

SLAUGHTER ST.

PROPOSED CURB CUT

9'-0"

EXISTING CURB CUT

29'-2 3/4"

20'-0"

VISIBILITY TRIANGLE

15'-0"

14'-0"

23'-0"

PROPERTY LINE WOODEN FENCE, DESIGNED

15' SETBACK 5' UTILITY EASEMENT

42'-0"

5' SETBACK

821

820 GARAGE ALIGN TO SOUTHERN ELEVATION OF HOUSE 20' SETBACK

5'-0"

142'-7 1/4"

20'-0"

5'-0"

5' SETBACK

TRUMAN ST.

SITE PLAN

1/8"=1'

Site plan for the Garage, only. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

SITE DRAWN BY: W LUCAS, A NUNEZ CHECKED BY: A SNIDOW, S WHEELER PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

10'

20'

DATE

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A 1.10 DRAWING

William practically was our champion for everything related to the site. From visibility triangle requirements to figuring out the point of start for construction, he looked into all the code requirements since the beginning of the studio — long before the name Casa Cortile even existed. He continued the process through the permit process while Alex introduced further site design involving landscape while preparing the Construction Documents set. 51


LEGENDS 105

ROOM TAG

105

DOOR TAG

C

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4.

WALL TYPE A - 2x6 STUD

WINDOW TAG

REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. REFER TO PARTIAL PLAN DRAWINGS A 2.20 AND A 2.30 FOR DIMENSIONS, DOOR AND WINDOW TAGS, AND ROOM LABELS. REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESS. REFER TO DRAWING A 2.90 FOR ENLARGED BATHROOM AND KITCHEN FLOOR PLANS.

WALL TYPE B - 2x4 STUD TYP. FENCE

AREA A PROPERTY LINE

REFER TO SHEET A 2.90 DRAWING (1) FOR ENLARGED AREA PLAN

FLOOR PLAN SHEET A 2.20

PROPOSED BUILD LINE

REFER TO SHEET A 2.90 DRAWING (3) FOR ENLARGED AREA PLAN

BEDROOM 8'CLG

BEDROOM 8'CLG

LINEN

W. H.

KITCHEN 8'CLG

DINING 8'CLG

15' SETBACK

36" REF.

5' TUB/SHWR

LINEN

D.W.

ATTIC STAIR

STUDY 8'CLG PROPOSED RAINWATER COLLECTION TANK [LANDSCAPE USE ONLY]

MASTER BEDROOM 14'VAULTED

GLASS PANEL

COURTYARD

LIVING 14'VAULTED

RAINHEAD SHOWER

5' TUB

2-CAR GARAGE B.I. SHLVS

LOW SHELVING

AREA B

B.I. SHLVS

REFER TO SHEET A 2.90 DRAWING (2) FOR ENLARGED AREA PLAN

FLOOR PLAN SHEET A 2.30

OVERALL FLOOR PLAN

PROPOSED BUILD LINE

1/4"=1'

Overall floor plan — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: A SNIDOW, Y BRENA CHECKED BY: S WHEELER, R ALAM PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 200 FLOOR PLAN 52

0'

5'

10'

DATE

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A 2.00 DRAWING


LEGENDS 03 A5.4

105

ROOM TAG

105

DOOR TAG

C

GENERAL NOTES

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAG

1. 2. 3.

03 A3.1 01 A4.3

WINDOW TAG

ELEVATION TAG

WALL TYPE A - 2x6 STUD

4. 5. 6.

REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. REFER TO A 2.30 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR AREA B PARTIAL PLAN. EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQ. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION]. REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESS. REFER TO WINDOW AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.00 AND ELEVATIONS A 3.00 AND A 3.10 FOR PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. ALL APPLIANCES ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER .

WALL TYPE B - 2x4 STUD

01 A4.3

SECTION TAG

CURB

PROPOSED BUILD LINE BASED ON ADJACENT NEIGHBOR'S EXISTING CONTEXT.

02 A3.0

01 A4.0

02 A4.0

A 2.90 1

01 A4.1

02 A4.1

01 A4.2

59'-1"

38'-6"

20'-7"

2'-10 1/2"

03 A5.3

104

D.W.

109

08 A5.0 04 A5.3

05 A5.3

06 A5.3

GLASS PANEL

5'-6"

08 A5.1

07 A5.1

09 A5.1

13'-7" RAINHEAD SHOWER

6'-9"

101b

COURTYARD

02 A3.2

LIVING 14'VAULTED 101

01 A3.2

2'-3 1/2"

G

17'-1 1/2"

18" DEEP BENCH

A

01 A4.3

A

1'-6"

7'-10 1/2" LOW SHELVING

24'-0"

11'-5"

B

14'-2"

05 A5.1

8'-11 1/2"

12'-9 1/2"

2'-10"

06 A5.1

101a

14'-0"

5'-0"

5'-1 1/2"

MASTER BATH 8'CLG. 114

5' TUB

15'-8"

114

2'-0"

12'-3"

5'-9"

MASTER BEDROOM 14'VAULTED 113

8'-4 1/2"

F

04 A5.0 03 A5.0

H

2'-4 1/2" 01 A4.3

01 A5.0 02 A5.0

108

I

04 A3.1

A

6'-8"

PWDR 111

3'-3"

2'-10 1/2"

04 A5.1 03 A5.1

07 A5.0

20'-0 1/2"

13'-10"

6'-6"

32'-0"

01 A5.1 02 A5.1

11'-6 1/2"

06 A5.0

2'-6 1/2"

8'-11 1/2"

2'-9"

4'-0"

112

111 113

05 A5.0

109

23'-7 1/2"

102

13'-11 1/2"

08 A5.2

ATTIC STAIR

112

KITCHEN 8'CLG

32'-0"

107 107

103

37'-11 1/2" 110

02 A4.3

5'-8 1/2" DINING 8'CLG

16'-0 1/2"

23'-7 1/2"

BEDROOM 8'CLG 104

3'-3"

04 A5.2

6'-0"

09 A5.2

110

9'-6"

3'-10 1/2"

3'-4 1/2"

2'-8" W.H.

105

3'-0"

02 A5.2

03 A3.1

LINEN

106

01 A5.3

02 A5.3

36" REF.

8'-11 1/2"

15'-8 1/2" C

13'-9 1/2"

6'-11 1/2"

06 A5.2

3'-0 1/2"

10'-6 1/2"

4'-10 1/2"

8'-10 1/2"

SETBACK

10'-6"

BEDROOM 8'CLG 105

10'-6"

02 A4.3

BATH 8'CLG 106

03 A5.2

6'-11 1/2"

01 A5.2

LINEN

07 A5.2

5' TUB/SHWR

05 A5.2

13'-7"

A 2.90 3

6'-9" D

2'-0"

12'-7 1/2" E

12'-10 1/2"

12'-4 1/2" C

8'-10 1/2"

6'-9"

15'-6"

PROPERTY LINE

B.I. SHLVS

4'-9"

13'-10"

24'-2"

15'-1"

6'-0"

53'-1"

A 2.90 2 01 A4.0

02 A4.0

PARTIAL FLOOR PLAN - AREA A Detailed floor plan for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. 03 A5.4

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAG

105

ROOM TAG

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 03 ELEVATION 2017-18 TAG A3.1

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

105 DOOR TAG COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

WINDOW TAG THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON C

WALL TYPE A - 2x6FOR STUD

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

601 W 01 NEDDERMAN DR. #434 01 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 A4.3 A4.3 paraconst1718@gmail.com

WALL TYPE B - 2x4 STUD

SECTION TAG

01 A3.0

01 A4.1

02 A4.1

01 A4.2

1/4"=1'

0'

5'

10'

GENERAL NOTES REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. DATE REFER TO A 2.20 ON THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR AREA B PARTIAL PLAN. EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQ. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION]. 4. REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESS. DRAWING 5. REFER TO WINDOW AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.10 AND ELEVATION A 3.20 FOR PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. CASA DRAWN BY: A SNIDOW, Y BRENA 6. ALL ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER . CHECKED BY:APPLIANCES S WHEELER, R ALAM 1. 2. 3.

PLANS

02.05.2018

A 2.20

CORTILE

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

04 A3.2 02 A4.3

02 A4.3

115b

01 A3.2

02 A3.2

115a

01 A5.4 03 A5.4 02 A5.4

24'-0"

22'-11"

PROPOSED RAINWATER COLLECTION TANK [LANDSCAPE USE ONLY] 01 A4.3

01 A4.3

115 2-CAR GARAGE

22'-11"

J

12'-0"

12'-0"

24'-0"

03 A3.2

PARTIAL FLOOR PLAN - AREA B

1/4"=1'

Detailed floor plan for the Garage, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: A SNIDOW, Y BRENA CHECKED BY: S WHEELER, R ALAM PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 2.30 DRAWING

Even though almost everyone from the studio contributed in refining the floorplan after the midterm review, the core of the design that made these sheets possible belong to the team Slaughterhouse 5 — Annaliese, Yesenia, Sarah, Joel and Luis

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LEGENDS

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ROOF SLOPE

6. 7. 8.

VENT OPENING

TYPICAL ROOF CONSTRUCTION: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK. ROOF FRAMING WITH WOOD TRUSS SYSTEM AND SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. REFER TO STRUCTURALS S 2.01 FOR DETAILS. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS WITH MEP DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT. ALL FLASHING TO BE INSTALLED AS REQUIRED. ROOF SLOPE IS PROVIDED SLOPING OF THE WOOD TRUSS STRUCTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 AND A 3.10 FOR MORE DETAILS. FLASHING OF ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ROOFING MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD DETAILS AND MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR A WATER-TIGHT ROOF. INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY SHOULD BE SET PER OWNER'S REQUIREMENTS AND THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. COORDINATE ROOF PENETRATIONS WITH VENT LOCATIONS. ROOF CURBS TO ACCOMMODATE ALL ROOF ACCESSORIES, AS REQUIRED BY MANUFACTURER. REFER TO A 2.50 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR AREA B PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - THE GARAGE.

COMPOSITE SHINGLES ON ZIP DECK. TYP. @ ALL ROOF SURFACES.

PROVIDE ROOF VENT AT LOCATION INDICATED. FLASH ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS. 61'-1" 38'-6"

20'-7"

8" / 1'-0"

AREA B - GARAGE REFER TO SHEET A 2.50 FOR DETAILS

6'-11 3/4"

8'-11 3/4"

V.I.F.

2'-0"

2'-0"

30'-0"

6'-11 3/4"

8" / 1'-0"

4 1/2" / 1'-0"

16'-0 1/2"

FACE OF BUILDING BELOW

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

9 1/2" / 1'-0"

4 1/8" / 1'-0"

2'-0"

12'-1"

12'-1"

2'-0"

2'-0"

2'-0"

V.I.F.

10'-2"

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

2'-7 1/2"

V.I.F.

23'-0 1/4"

2'-5 1/4"

34'-0"

8" / 1'-0"

8" / 1'-0"

V.I.F.

10'-4 1/2"

2'-0"

1'-5 1/2"

15'-1"

6'-0"

61'-1"

PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA A

1/4"=1'

Roof plan for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: J HARTMANGRUBER CHECKED BY: L KOBES PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 240 ROOF PLAN 54

0'

5'

10'

DATE

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A 2.40 DRAWING


LEGENDS

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

ROOF SLOPE

6. 7. 8.

TYPICAL ROOF CONSTRUCTION: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK. ROOF FRAMING WITH WOOD TRUSS SYSTEM AND SPRAY FOAM INSULATION. REFER TO STRUCTURALS S 2.01 FOR DETAILS. CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS WITH MEP DRAWINGS AND EQUIPMENT. ALL FLASHING TO BE INSTALLED AS REQUIRED. ROOF SLOPE IS PROVIDED SLOPING OF THE WOOD TRUSS STRUCTURE UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 AND A 3.10 FOR MORE DETAILS. FLASHING OF ALL ROOF PENETRATIONS SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH ROOFING MANUFACTURER'S STANDARD DETAILS AND MEET ALL REQUIREMENTS FOR A WATER-TIGHT ROOF. INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY SHOULD BE SET PER OWNER'S REQUIREMENTS AND THE MANUFACTURER'S INSTRUCTIONS. COORDINATE ROOF PENETRATIONS WITH VENT LOCATIONS. ROOF CURBS TO ACCOMMODATE ALL ROOF ACCESSORIES, AS REQUIRED BY MANUFACTURER. REFER TO A 2.40 ON THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR AREA A PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - THE HOUSE.

24'-0"

AREA A - HOUSE REFER TO SHEET A 2.40 FOR DETAILS

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

6 1/8" / 1'-0"

24'-0"

COMPOSITE SHINGLES ON ZIP DECK. TYP. @ ALL ROOF SURFACES.

EXTERNAL GUTTER. DRAIN TO RAIN COLLECTION.

EXTERNAL GUTTER. DRAIN TO RAIN COLLECTION.

PARTIAL ROOF PLAN - AREA B

1/4"=1'

Roof plan for the Garage, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: J HARTMANGRUBER CHECKED BY: L KOBES PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 2.50 DRAWING

As simple as they might look, solving the roof pitch math was one the most complicated yet vital problems needed to be solved for Casa Cortile. Sarah worked with Joel as they figured out these drawings which heavily relied on the underlying structure.

55


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT OWNER, PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND DESIGNER(S) BEFORE INSTALLATIONS. ATTIC SPACE SHALL HAVE LIGHTING AND POWER PER APPLICABLE CODES. REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE A8.20 FOR FIXTURE DETAILS. REFER TO FINISH FLOOR PLAN A 7.00 FOR FURTHER FINISH DETAILS.

ELECTRICAL SYMBOL SCHEDULE & LEGEND SYMBOL

DESCRIPTION THERMOSTAT

T A

RECESSED LIGHTING FIXTURE LED

B

RECESSED LIGHTING FIXTURE WITH WALL WASH

C

RECESSED LIGHTING FIXTURE - WET LISTED

D

UC/AC B

B

MAIN ELE. PANEL

C A

L

P2

A

W.H.

B

W/D

P1 P1

M B

UC/AC

A

P1 D.W.

FLICKLIGHT

G

LIGHTING FIXTURE

H

SURFACE MOUNT

K

SKIPLIGHT

L

VANITY

M

EXTERIOR LIGHTS

P1

CEILING MOUNTED FIXTURE/PENDANT

P2

CHANDELIER

R A

36" REF.

A

F

UC/AC

WALL MOUNTED FIXTURE UNDER AND ABOVE COUNTER LIGHT AND EXHAUST FAN

T

GARAGE DOOR ABOVE A

ATTIC STAIR

A

B

A

CEILING FAN

A

SINGLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH R G

L

R

STUDY

G

D

L

D

DOUBLE POLE TOGGLE SWITCH

D

THREE WAY SWITCH

L

CEILING FAN WALL CONTROL SWITCH B

SMOKE DETECTOR DISPOSAL DOOR BELL

A

GARAGE DOOR OPENER DATA JACK

2-CAR GARAGE

D

G

C

C RAINHEAD SHOWER

5' TUB

G

D

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE OUTLET GROUND TYPE

D

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE OUTLET GROUND FAULT INTERRUPTER DUPLEX RECEPTACLE OUTLET WEATHER PROOF

B.I. SHLVS LOW SHELVING

FOUR-PLEX RECEPTACLE OUTLET GROUND TYPE

B.I. SHLVS

DUPLEX RECEPTACLE OUTLET 220 VOLT TELEPHONE TELEVISION CABLE ELECTRIC PANEL BOX

POWER PLAN AND REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

1/4"=1'

Power plan with reflected ceiling plan — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: M GERHARD CHECKED BY: N PASCUAL PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 270 POWER & MECHANICAL 56

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 2.70 DRAWING


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS WITH THE PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR THE DESIGNER(S) BEFORE PROCEEDING CONSTRUCTION. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE FROM AND TO WALL FACES. REFER TO FINISH SCHEDULE A 8.20 FOR FIXTURE TYPES, LOCATIONS AND SIZES. REFER TO FINISH FLOOR PLAN A 7.00 FOR FURTHER FINISH DETAILS.

WALL TYPE A - 2x6 STUD

WALL TYPE B - 2x4 STUD

14'-10 1/2"

2'-0 1/2"

14'-8"

7'-6" 1'-3"

5'-1"

3

5

9'-6 1/2"

3'-2 1/4"

10'-5"

BATH 8'CLG 5' TUB/SHWR

BEDROOM 8'CLG DINING 8'CLG

2

KITCHEN 8'CLG 3

7

LINEN

W.H.

36" REF.

4

BEDROOM 8'CLG

LINEN

D.W. 8

1

2

ATTIC STAIR KEYED NOTES

PROVIDE EXTERIOR WATER SPIGOT REF. FINISH SCHEDULE A 8.20

4

REF. FINISH SCHEDULE A 8.20

5

REF. FINISH SCHEDULE A 8.20

6

REF. FINISH SCHEDULE A 8.20

7

PROVIDE WATER CONNECTION FOR CLOTHES WASHER.

8

PROVIDE DRAIN FOR CLOTHES WASHER

14'-8"

PWDR 8'CLG

4

MASTER BEDROOM 14'VAULTED

2-CAR GARAGE

3'-0"

6 RAINHEAD SHOWER

STUDY 8'CLG

2

1'-11 1/2" 12'-9 1/2"

MASTER BATH 8'CLG.

3

4

3

3

2'-0"

PROVIDE WATER CONNECTION FOR REFRIGERATOR

3

14'-8 1/2"

PROPOSED RAINWATER COLLECTION TANK [LANDSCAPE USE ONLY]

2

5' TUB

1

COURTYARD

LIVING 14'VAULTED

B.I. SHLVS LOW SHELVING

B.I. SHLVS

2

MECHANICAL PLAN

1/4"=1'

Mechanical plan — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: M GERHARD CHECKED BY: N PASCUAL PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 2.80 DRAWING

Michael, who was on his final semester for grad school on Fall 2017, made one of the most important contributions by drawing up these critical power and mechanical plans for the project. Nico contributed as well

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LEGENDS 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

ROOF SLOPE

REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.00 FOR WINDOW AND DOOR SPECIFICATIONS. ALL EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. INTERIOR WALLS MAY VARY BETWEEN 2x4 AND 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. ALL OVERHANGS ARE TO BE 2' OR 3'. (REFER TO ROOF PLAN A 2.40 FOR FURTHER DETAILS.) REFER TO A 3.20 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR THE GARAGE ELEVATION. REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.70 FOR CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS.

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIETRIM FASCIA, TYP. TYPICAL EXT. PANEL: PREFINISHED HARDIE REVEAL PANEL WITH SURROUND TYPE TRIM.INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE 6'-11" HEADER

E D

C

C

WOOD FENCE

CUSTOM STEEL OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

02

NORTH ELEVATION

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIE TRIM FASCIA, TYP. TYPICAL EXT. SIDING: PREFINISHED HARDIE PLANK ARTISAN V-RUSTIC LAP SIDING. 6" EXPOSURE. INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE 6'-11" HEADER

H G

WOOD FENCE BEYOND

A

I

CUSTOM STEEL OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM

01

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

SOUTH ELEVATION

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS NorthLEGENDS and south elevations for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.00 FOR WINDOW AND DOOR SPECIFICATIONS. ALL EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. INTERIOR WALLS MAY VARY BETWEEN 2x4 AND 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. ALL OVERHANGS ARE TO BE 2' OR 3'. (REFER TO ROOF PLAN A 2.40 FOR FURTHER DETAILS.) REFER TO A 3.20 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR THE GARAGE ELEVATION. REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.70 FOR CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS.

6'-11" HEADER

DATE

A 3.00

CASA CORTILE

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

TYPICAL EXT. SIDING: PREFINISHED HARDIE PLANK ARTISAN V-RUSTIC LAP SIDING. 6" EXPOSURE. INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

B A

101a

A

TYPICAL EXT. PANEL: PREFINISHED HARDIE REVEAL PANEL WITH SURROUND TYPE TRIM.INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

EAST ELEVATION

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '-7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIETRIM FASCIA, TYP. TYPICAL EXT. SIDING: PREFINISHED HARDIE PLANK ARTISAN V-RUSTIC LAP SIDING. 6" EXPOSURE. INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD STUD. 16" O.C.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE 6'-11" HEADER

10'

DRAWING

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIETRIM FASCIA, TYP.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE

5'

02.05.2018

DRAWN BY: N PASCUAL, L KOBES CHECKED BY: L GUZMAN PERMIT SET

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK

04

0'

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

EXTERIOR 11.17.2017

14 '-7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

1/4"=1'

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIE TRIM FASCIA, TYP.

TYPICAL EXT. PANEL: PREFINISHED HARDIE REVEAL PANEL WITH SURROUND TYPE TRIM.INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE 6'-11" HEADER

F 112

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

03

WEST ELEVATION

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 7-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIETRIM FASCIA, TYP. TYPICAL EXT. SIDING: PREFINISHED HARDIE PLANK ARTISAN V-RUSTIC LAP SIDING. 6" EXPOSURE. INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE 6'-11" HEADER 101b

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

02

0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

EAST COURTYARD ELEVATION

01

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS

WEST COURTYARD ELEVATION

1/4"=1'

East, west and courtyard elevations for the House only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

EXTERIOR DRAWN BY: N PASCUAL, L KOBES CHECKED BY: L GUZMAN

A 300 ELEVATIONS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

58

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 3.10 DRAWING


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

HARDIE PANEL

REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.00 FOR WINDOW AND DOOR SPECIFICATIONS. REFER TO A 3.00 AND A 3.10 FOR FULL EXTERIOR ELEVATION DRAWINGS. ALL EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. INTERIOR WALLS MAY VARY BETWEEN 2x4 AND 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. ALL OVERHANGS ARE TO BE 2' OR 3'. (REFER TO ROOF PLAN A 2.40 FOR FURTHER DETAILS.). REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.70 FOR CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS.

CONCRETE BASE

6'-6 3/4"

8'-0"

6'-3 1/4"

4'-0"

8'-0"

2'-8"

1'-0 3/4"

1'-0 3/4"

2'-8"

9 1/2"

1'-1"

5'-5 3/4"

1'-10"

2'-5 3/4"

4'-0 1/2"

2'-5 3/4"

4'-0"

2'-0"

8'-0"

EAST ELEVATION

01

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS - PANEL DETAILS

PARALLEL ROOF SLOPE CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

4'-1 1/2"

4'-0"

2'-4 3/4"

3'-6"

3'-8" 8'-11 3/4"

3'-9 1/2"

3'-4"

2'-10 1/2"

1'-4 1/2"

8'-0" 4'-0" 1'-4" 4'-3 1/2"

4'-6"

1 3/4"

2'-10 3/4"

13'-9" 1'-11"

5'-10 1/4"

2'-2 3/4"

3'-11 1/2"

2'-9 1/2"

2'-9 1/2" 4'-0"

7'-1 1/4"

2'-4 3/4"

3'-4"

4'-0 1/2" 1'-1 3/4"

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

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

2'-9"

4'-1 1/2"

1'-3 1/4"

3'-11 1/2"

10'-5 3/4"

6'-5 1/4" 13'-10"

WEST ELEVATION

01

1'-11 1/2"

1'-3 1/4"

2'-7 3/4" 4'-0 1/2"

SOUTH ELEVATION

EXTERIOR ELEVATIONS - PANEL DETAILS

1/2"=1'

Elevation panel details for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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A 3.30

CASA CORTILE

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

6'-11"

3'-7 1/4"

6'-10"

DATE

DRAWING

3'-9 1/2"

8'-0"

02

5'

02.05.2018

DRAWN BY: L KOBES, L GUZMAN CHECKED BY: R ALAM, A SNIDOW

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.00 FOR WINDOW AND DOOR SPECIFICATIONS. REFER TO A 3.00 AND A 3.10 FOR FULL EXTERIOR ELEVATION DRAWINGS. ALL EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. INTERIOR WALLS MAY VARY BETWEEN 2x4 AND 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER DETAILS. ALL OVERHANGS ARE TO BE 2' OR 3'. (REFER TO ROOF PLAN A 2.40 FOR FURTHER DETAILS.). REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.70 FOR CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS.

1'-0 1/2"

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

0'

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

EXTERIOR

FOR CONSTRUCTION

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

1/2"=1'

1'-11 1/2"

CONCRETE BASE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

9 1/2"

NORTH ELEVATION

Elevation panel details for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. HARDIE PANEL

1'-10"

8'-0 3/4"

5'-6" 1'-4 1/2"

3'-9"

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

11'-5 1/4"

01

2'-5 3/4"

38'-6"

4'-0"

9 1/2"

3'-5 1/2"

2'-10 1/2"

4'-10 1/2"

6'-11"

4'-0"

2'-0"

2'-4 3/4"

1'-1 1/2"

1'-11"

EXTERIOR DRAWN BY: L KOBES, L GUZMAN CHECKED BY: R ALAM, A SNIDOW PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 3.40 DRAWING

How many students does it take to finalize the exterior elevations of a house? Well at least five in our case. Lauren and Luis set up the first pattern arrangement based on studio decisions, and Toño and Nico contributed further during the Permit phase by working with colors. After design decisions were sealed, I helped create a detailed pattern catalogue to help during construction. 59


LEGENDS 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

X A-X

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3.

ROOF SLOPE

4. 5. 6.

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

7.

REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. REFER TO SHEET A 2.00 FOR SECTION CUT LOCATIONS EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQD. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION] REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESSES. REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.12 FOR DETAILED SECTIONS AND FURTHER CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS. REFER TO INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A 5.00 - 5.30 FOR FURTHER MILLWORK, PAINT MATERIAL AND APPLIANCE PLACEMENT DETAILS.REFER TO WINDOWS AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.00 AND ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR DOORS AND WINDOW PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. ALL APPLIANCE ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER.

BUILDING SECTIONS A - B Sections drawings for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

ROOF SLOPE

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

X A-X

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

1/4"=1'

0'

5'

10'

GENERAL NOTES REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. DATE REFER TO SHEET A 2.00 FOR SECTION CUT LOCATIONS EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQD. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION] 4. REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESSES. DRAWING 5. REFER DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.12 FOR DETAILED SECTIONS AND FURTHER CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS. CASA DRAWN BY: STO WHEELER CHECKED BY: RTO SANCHEZ-ROMO 6. REFER INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A 5.00 - 5.30 FOR FURTHER MILLWORK, PAINT MATERIAL AND APPLIANCE PLACEMENT DETAILS. CORTILE 7. REFER TO WINDOWS AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.00 AND ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR DOORS AND WINDOW PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. PERMIT SET CONSTRUCTION SET 8. ALL APPLIANCE ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER. 820 TRUMAN ST. 11.17.2017 12.06.2017 1. 2. 3.

SECTIONS

02.05.2018

A 4.00

ARLINGTON, TX 76011

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 6-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE KITCHEN 8'CLG

B

102 07 A5.0

A

LIVING 14'VAULTED 101 04 A5.0

101a

A

WOOD FENCE BEYOND 0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

02

SECTION D

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 6-1/2" TOP OF RIDGE 8.25" PREFINISHED HARDIETRIM FASCIA, TYP.

D

BEDROOM 8'CLG 104 01 A5.30

108

A

TYPICAL EXT. PANEL: PREFINISHED HARDIE REVEAL PANEL WITH SURROUND TYPE TRIM.INSTALLED PER MANUFACTURERS SPECS. OVER 3/4" FURRING STRAPS OVER 7/16" ZIP SYSTEM SHEATHING OVER 2x6 WD. STUD 16" O.C.

H

08 A5.00

101b

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE

WOOD FENCE BEYOND 0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

CUSTOM STEEL OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM

01

SECTION C

BUILDING SECTIONS C - D

1/4"=1'

Section drawings for the House only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

SECTIONS DRAWN BY: S WHEELER CHECKED BY: R SANCHEZ-ROMO

A 400 SECTIONS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

60

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 4.10 DRAWING


LEGENDS 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

ROOF SLOPE X A-X

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS

REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. REFER TO SHEET A 2.00 FOR SECTION CUT LOCATIONS EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQD. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION] REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESS. REFER TO DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.12 FOR DETAILED SECTIONS AND FURTHER CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS. REFER TO INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A 5.00 - 5.30 FOR FURTHER MILLWORK, PAINT MATERIAL AND APPLIANCE PLACEMENT DETAILS. REFER TO WINDOWS AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.00 AND ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR DOORS AND WINDOW PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. ALL APPLIANCE ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER.

BUILDING SECTION E Section drawings for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. 105

DOOR TAG

C

WINDOW TAG

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SLOPE SCHOOL OFROOF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

X A-X

INTERIOR ELEVATION TAGS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

1/4"=1'

0'

5'

10'

GENERAL NOTES REFER TO STRUCTURAL DRAWING S 1.00 FOR FOUNDATION PLAN. DATE REFER TO SHEET A 2.00 FOR SECTION CUT LOCATIONS EXTERIOR WALLS - 2x WOOD STUD CONSTRUCTION (EXCEPT AS REQD. BY STRUCTURAL ENGINEER). INSULATION TO MEET OR EXCEED LOCAL ENERGY, INSTALLED OR APPLIED PER MANUFACTURER'S RECOMMENDATION. 1/2" PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD INTERIOR FINISH. EXTERIOR SIDING: CEMENTITIOUS (HARDIE) SIDING AND PANEL OVER SHEATHING WITH "TYVEK" COMMERCIAL D HOUSE. [REFER TO ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR EXTERIOR COMPOSITION] 4. REFER TO THE LEGENDS ON THE LEFT FOR WALL THICKNESS. DRAWING 5. REFER DETAILS A 6.00 - A 6.12 FOR DETAILED SECTIONS AND FURTHER CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICS. CASA DRAWN BY: S TO WHEELER CHECKED BY: R TO SANCHEZ-ROMO 6. REFER INTERIOR ELEVATIONS A 5.00 - 5.40 FOR FURTHER MILLWORK, PAINT MATERIAL AND APPLIANCE PLACEMENT DETAILS. CORTILE 7. REFER TO WINDOWS AND DOOR SCHEDULES ON A 8.00 AND ELEVATIONS A 3.00 - A 3.20 FOR DOORS AND WINDOW PROFILES AND LOCATIONS. PERMIT SET CONSTRUCTION SET 8. ALL APPLIANCE ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER. 820 TRUMAN ST. 11.17.2017 12.06.2017 1. 2. 3.

SECTIONS

02.05.2018

A 4.20

ARLINGTON, TX 76011

TYPICAL ROOFING: COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK 14 '- 8-1/2" GARAGE TOP OF RIDGE 14 '- 6-1/2" HOUSE TOP OF RIDGE

8'-0" TOP OF PLATE KITCHEN 8'CLG

DINING 8'CLG

BEDROOM 8'CLG

BATH 8'CLG

BEDROOM 8'CLG

102

103

104

106

105

03 A5.1

03 A5.3

104

106

06 A5.2

105

115b

02 A5.2

WOOD FENCE BEYOND 0'-0" FINISH FLOOR

01

SECTION F

BUILDING SECTIONS F - G

1/4"=1'

Section drawings — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

SECTIONS DRAWN BY: S WHEELER CHECKED BY: R SANCHEZ-ROMO PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 4.30 DRAWING

Sarah and Rubi worked together to finalize the structure of the house, while consulting with some other students, our professors and our structural engineer consult.

61


LEGENDS P1

PAINT TYPE

T1

TILE TYPE

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REFER TO FINISH PLAN A 7.00 FOR FINISH TYPE DETAILS. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR TAG LOCATIONS OF THE DRAWINGS. REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.20 FOR MATERIAL TYPE SPECIFICS. ALL THE APPLIANCES ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER, UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. CONTRACTOR SHOULD CONSULT THE OWNER, THE PROJECT LEAD, AND DESIGNER(S) BEFORE FIXTURE INSTALLATIONS.

1'-9 1/2"

3'-10 1/2"

3'-0"

2'-10" 2'-5"

P1

D.W.

PAINTED GYP.

5'-1"

3'-1 1/2"

STUDY AREA

07

3'-6"

5"

KITCHEN

06

2'-0"

2'-9 1/2"

1'-8"

KITCHEN

05

KITCHEN

2'-7"

08

8'-0"

T1

1'-6"

4'-10 1/4"

3'-6"

13'-10"

3'-0"

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

3'-5 1/4"

P1

FURR DOWN

PAINTED GYP.

P1 3'-6"

ACCENT WALL

OPEN TO HALL

P1

T1

PAINTED GYP.

2'-1"

3'-0"

PAINTED GYP.

1'-6"

P1

SPACE FOR TV

3'-10 1/2"

LIVING ROOM

03

1'-6"

LIVING ROOM

02

LIVING ROOM

01

KITCHEN/DINING

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS Interior elevations for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. P1

PAINT TYPE

T1

TILE TYPE

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REFER TO FINISH PLAN A 7.00 FOR FINISH TYPE DETAILS. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR TAG LOCATIONS OF THE DRAWINGS. REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.20 FOR MATERIAL TYPE SPECIFICS. ALL THE APPLIANCES ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER, UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. CONTRACTOR SHOULD CONSULT THE OWNER, THE PROJECT LEAD, AND DESIGNER(S) BEFORE FIXTURE INSTALLATIONS.

10'

02.05.2018

P2

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

T2

P2

PAINTED GYP.

PAINTED GYP.

T2

GLASS PANEL T.B.D.

SPACE FOR MIRROR

P2

P2

PAINTED GYP.

W/C

4"

2'-3"

BENCH

MASTER BATHROOM

07

MASTER BATHROOM

06

MASTER BATHROOM

05

2'-10 1/2"

2'-10 1/2"

MASTER BATHROOM

REACH-IN CLOSET T.B.D.

04

REACH-IN CLOSET T.B.D.

MASTER BED ROOM

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

03

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

8'-0"

15'-2"

1'-4"

08

A 5.00 DRAWING

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: P JAHANGIRPOR CHECKED BY: A MOLINA, H FREEMAN

11.17.2017

MASTER BATHROOM

5'

DATE

INTERIORS PERMIT SET

T2

09

0'

GENERAL NOTES

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

1/4"=1'

8'-0"

04

7'-10 1/2"

8'-0"

11'-6"

PAINTED GYP.

P2

P2

P2

PAINTED GYP.

PAINTED GYP.

PAINTED GYP.

MASTER BED ROOM

02

MASTER BED ROOM

01

MASTER BED ROOM

1/4"=1'

Interior elevations for the House only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

INTERIORS DRAWN BY: P JAHANGIRPOR CHECKED BY: A MOLINA, H FREEMAN

A 500 INTERIORS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

62

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 5.10 DRAWING


PAINT TYPE

T1

TILE TYPE

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REFER TO FINISH PLAN A 7.00 FOR FINISH TYPE DETAILS. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR TAG LOCATIONS OF THE DRAWINGS. REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.20 FOR MATERIAL TYPE SPECIFICS. ALL THE APPLIANCES ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER, UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. CONTRACTOR SHOULD CONSULT THE OWNER, THE PROJECT LEAD, AND DESIGNER(S) BEFORE FIXTURE INSTALLATIONS.

3'-8 1/4"

2'-4"

T3

T3

P2

PAINTED GYP.

P2

LINEN T.B.D.

P2 W/C

5' TUB

1'-0"

09

GUEST BATHROOM

08

GUEST BATHROOM

07

GUEST BATHROOM

06

GUEST BATHROOM

05

2'-0 1/4"

T3

PAINTED GYP.

PAINTED GYP.

3'-9 1/4"

LINEN T.B.D.

P2

3'-4"

SPACE FOR MIRROR

P2

8'-0"

P1

10 3/4"

LEGENDS

5' TUB

1'-0"

GUEST BATHROOM

04

GUEST BATHROOM

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

03

P2 PAINTED GYP.

BEDROOM

02

P2

P2

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

PAINTED GYP.

BEDROOM

01

BEDROOM

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

TILE TYPE

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

REFER TO FINISH PLAN A 7.00 FOR FINISH TYPE DETAILS. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR TAG LOCATIONS OF THE DRAWINGS. REFER TO SCHEDULE A 8.20 FOR MATERIAL TYPE SPECIFICS. ALL THE APPLIANCES ARE TO BE SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER, UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. CONTRACTOR SHOULD CONSULT THE OWNER, THE PROJECT LEAD, AND DESIGNER(S) BEFORE FIXTURE INSTALLATIONS.

DATE

INTERIORS

02.05.2018

11.17.2017

A 5.20 DRAWING

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: P JAHANGIRPOR CHECKED BY: A MOLINA, H FREEMAN PERMIT SET

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

1'-6 3/4"

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

10'

7 1/2"

1'-8"

2'-11"

P2 SPACE FOR MIRROR

10 1/4"

PAINTED GYP.

2'-1"

PAINTED GYP.

P2

PAINTED GYP.

P2

7"

W/C

8'-0"

T1

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

5'

9 1/2"

PAINT TYPE

0'

3'-1"

P1

1/4"=1'

4'-1 1/2"

Interior elevations for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference.

PAINTED GYP.

8'-0"

REACH-IN CLOSET T.B.D.

06

1'-5 1/4"

POWDER ROOM

05

POWDER ROOM

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

03

POWDER ROOM

REACH-IN CLOSET BEYOND T.B.D.

P2

P2

PAINTED GYP.

PAINTED GYP.

BED ROOM

04

02

REACH-IN CLOSET T.B.D.

BED ROOM

P2

PAINTED GYP.

01

8'-0"

1'-5 1/4"

BED ROOM

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

1/4"=1'

Interior elevations for the House, only — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

INTERIORS DRAWN BY: P JAHANGIRPOR CHECKED BY: A MOLINA, H FREEMAN PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

0'

A 5.30 DRAWING

Pegah and Hunter worked together to set up these pages; Toño contributed at the end.

63


LEGENDS 1.

GENERAL NOTES

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

1. 2.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION. REFER TO BUILDING SECTIONS A 4.00 - 4.30 ON THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR WALL SECTIONS LOCATIONS.

12 4.5

ROOF SLOPE

12 8

COMPOSITE SHINGLES OVER 15LB. FELT OVER 1/2" ZIP ROOF DECK 12

DRIP EDGE

COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK OVER PRE-ENGINEERED ROOF

4.5

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK OVER PRE-ENGINEERED ROOF

12 6.125

DRIP EDGE

DRIP EDGE

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

HARDI-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

HARDI-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

7/16" ZIP SHEATING INTERIOR SHEATING

INTERIOR SHEATING

3/4" FURRING

HOLD DOWN

JAMES HARDIE ARTISAN SIDING WITH LOCK JOINT

HOLD DOWN

2x6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

SIDING NAIL

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

3/4" FURRING HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING #8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

2x6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

INTERIOR SHEATING

3/4" FURRING

HOLD DOWN

JAMES HARDIE ARTISAN SIDING WITH LOCK JOINT

2x6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

SIDING NAIL

VENT STRIP DRIP CAP STRIP

03

WALL SECTION THROUGH N KITCHEN WALL

02

WALL SECTION THROUGH COURTYARD

01

WALL SECTION THROUGH COURTYARD (WEST)

WALL SECTIONS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled use the bar scale for KEYS. reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND 12 4.5

ROOF SLOPE

PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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3/4"=1'-0"

0"

6"

1'

3'

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION. REFER TO BUILDING SECTIONS A 4.00 - 4.30 ON THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR WALL SECTIONS LOCATIONS.

DATE

DETAILS

FOR CONSTRUCTION

02.05.2018

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

A 6.00

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DRAWING

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

12 4.125

COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK OVER PRE-ENGINEERED ROOF ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

DRIP EDGE

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

REFER TO SHEET A 6.12 DRAWING (01) FOR SECTION DETAILS HEADER

COMPOSITE SHINGLES OVER 15 LB. FELT OVER 1/2" ZIP ROOF DECK DRIP EDGE

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

HARDIE-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

HARDI-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

INTERIOR SHEATING REFER TO SHEET A 6.03 DRAWING (01) FOR SECTION DETAILS - PICTURE WINDOW

12 9.5

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER

1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

INSTALL BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

1/4" GAP; DO NOT CAULK Z-FLASHING WINDOW FRAME

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

REFER TO SHEET A 6.03 DRAWING (02) FOR SECTION DETAILS SLAB ON GRADE

3/4" FURRING

HOLD DOWN

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING

2x6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER VENT STRIP DRIP CAP STRIP

03

WALL SECTION THROUGH FRONT PORCH

02

WALL SECTIONS

WALL SECTION THROUGH COURTYARD (WEST)

3/4"=1'-0"

Section details— sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL

A 600 DETAILS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

64

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

6"

1'

3'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.01 DRAWING


LEGENDS 1.

GENERAL NOTES

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

1. 2.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION. REFER TO BUILDING SECTIONS A 4.00 - 4.30 ON THE HOUSE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR WALL SECTIONS LOCATIONS.

12 4.5

ROOF SLOPE

COMPOSITE SHINGLE OVER UNDERLAYMENT OVER SELF ADHERING MEMBRANE OVER 1/2" ZIP SYSTEM DECK OVER PRE-ENGINEERED ROOF

12 6-1/8

DRIP EDGE

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

HARDI-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

DOUBLE TOP PLATE

7/16" ZIP SHEATING INTERIOR SHEATING

3/4" FURRING

HOLD DOWN

JAMES HARDIE ARTISAN SIDING WITH LOCK JOINT

2x6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

01

EAST WALL SECTION - GARAGE

WALL SECTIONS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled useCORRESPONDING the bar scale for reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW-FOR LEGEND KEYS. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

SIDING NAIL

3/4"=1'-0"

0"

6"

1'

3'

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION. EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL. FOR BLOCK PENETRATION TREATMENT, CAULK 3 SIDES BUT NOT TOP. J-CHANNEL TRIM IS OPTIONAL. FOR BLOCK PENETRATION TREATMENT, HORIZONTAL EDGE TRIM ON SILL AND VERTICAL F-TRIM ON SIDES TO BE USED (OPTIONAL).

DATE

DETAILS

02.05.2018

11.17.2017

A 6.02

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL PERMIT SET

DRAWING

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING 3/4" FURRING

INTERIOR SHEATING

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

HOLD DOWN HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING 3/4" FURRING MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM 7/16" ZIP SHEATING 2X6 BOTTOM PLATE TREATED

1/8" SUNCOAT MAX(LOW-E) TEMPERED OVER 1/8" CLEAR TEMPERED

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

VENT STRIP

MINIMUM 1/2" GAP, DO NOT CAULK

1/2" MINIMUM

FLUSHING

BLOCKING AS REQ'D

TRIM AROUND OPENING

DRIP CAP TRIM

MILGUARD THERMAL BREAK ALUMINUM PICTURE WINDOW

DRAPED BEAM TENDON

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING 3/4" FURRING

VENT OPENING

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM BENT DRYER FLANGE

7/16" ZIP SHEATING CHAIR TO SUPPORT DRAPED BEAM TENDON #8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

HARDIETRIM BOARDS OR BLOCKING FURRING AROUND FIXTURE LEAVE MINIMUM 1/8" GAP AND CAULK HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING OPTIONAL: USE HORIZONTAL EDGE TRIM ON SILL & VERTICAL F-TRIM ON SIDES

03

SECTION DETAIL - BLOCK PENETRATION

02

TREATMENT

SECTION DETAIL - SLAB ON GRADE

SECTION DETAILS

01

SECTION DETAIL - PICTURE WINDOW

6"=1'-0"

Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

3"

6"

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.03 DRAWING

Nathalie and Christy put tremendous effort researching material details for this project, which also involved reaching out to vendors for extra information in some cases, and ended up producing 12 sheets worth of extremely important drawings.

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LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

1.

1. 2.

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM

SELF ADHERED FLASHING

3/4" FURRING

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING WRB TURNED INTO OPENING

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

3/4" FURRING

PIPE 1-1/2" OR LESS

SEALANT

FOAM SEALANT

SEALANT W/ BACKER ROD

VENT STRIP

FACTORY CUT ENDS HORIZONTAL TRIM TERMINATION END CUTS

3/4" FURRING

1/2" MINIMUM GAP

NOTE: EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL

DRIP CAP TRIM INCLUDE AN AIR SEAL B/W DOOR AND WRB

AIR SEAL DRIP OR WINDOW HEADER

03

HORIZONTAL TRIM - TERMINATION (NTS)

01

SECTION DETAIL - DOOR HEADER INTERSECTION

01

SECTION DETAIL - 1/2" OR LESS HOLE PENETRATION TREATMENT

SECTION DETAILS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled use the bar scale for KEYS. reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

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THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

6"=1'-0"

0"

3"

6"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

DATE

DETAILS

02.05.2018

11.17.2017

A 6.04

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL PERMIT SET

DRAWING

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

INTERIOR SHEATING

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

VERTICAL F-TRIM MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

3/4" FURRING

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

3/4" FURRING HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER VERTICAL TRIM

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING

OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

04

PLAN DETAIL - INSIDE CORNER TRIM

02

PLAN DETAIL - OUTSIDE CORNER TRIM

PLAN DETAILS

1/2" 1/16" EPDM

3/4" MINIMUM FURRING

02

PLAN DETAIL - PANEL WITH VERTICAL TRIM

6"=1'-0"

Section details— sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL

A 600 DETAILS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

66

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

3"

6"

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.05 DRAWING


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

1.

1. 2.

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

SOFFIT

MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM

SRIEZE BOARD

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

DISCOUNTINUOUS BLK'G REQ'D FOR VENTING VENT STRIP FRIEZE BLOCK INTAKE VENT @ 3/8" J-CHANNEL TRIM

1/2" SPACING

#8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

HORIZONTAL TRIM

HARDIE REVEAL PANEL VERTICAL SIDING MINIMUM 1/16" EPDM 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

3/4" FURRING

3/4" FURRING #8 1-5/8" COUNTERSUNK STAINLESS STEEL SCREW WITH FILLER

02

SECTION DETAIL - PANEL WITH HORIZONTAL TRIM

01

SECTION DETAIL - WALL AND SOFFIT FOR VENTILATED RAINSCREEN

SECTION DETAILS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled use the bar scale for KEYS. reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

6"=1'-0"

0"

3"

6"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

DETAILS 11.17.2017

A 6.06 DRAWING

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: C AU CHECKED BY: N D'HENNEZEL PERMIT SET

DATE

02.05.2018

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

INTERIOR SHEATHING 1/8" SUNCOAT MAX(LOW-E) TEMPERED OVER 1/8" CLEAR TEMPERED

WINDOW FRAME FLASH WINDOW

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SIDING NAILS

INSULATION WHERE REQ'D

SOFFIT FRIEZE BOARD INTERIOR SHEATHING

DISCONTINUOUS BLKG REQ'D FOR VENTING FRIEZE BLOCK INTAKE VENT @ 3/8" AS NECESSARY

3/4" FURRING

INTERIOR SHEATHING

V-RUSTIC SIDING

BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY

WOOD FRAMING V-RUSTIC SIDING

7/16" ZIP SHEATING HEADER

WOOD FRAMING

3/4" FURRING

INSTALL BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY 1/4" GAP, DO NOT CAULK

INSULATION WHERE REQ'D

Z-FLASHING WINDOW FRAME

3/4" FURRING

INSULATION WHERE REQ'D

03

WINDOW SILL - RAINSCREEN

02

WINDOW HEADER - RAINSCREEN

SECTION DETAILS

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

01

WALL-SOFFIT - RAINSCREEN

6"=1'-0"

Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: N D'HENNEZEL CHECKED BY: C AU PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

3"

6"

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.07 DRAWING

67


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

1.

1. 2.

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

ARTISAN V-RUSTIC GYPSUM BOARD

ARTISAN V-RUSTIC GYPSUM BOARD

SIDING NAIL WOOD FRAMING

SIDING NAIL WOOD FRAMING

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

3/4" FURRING

BOTTOM PLATE

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

3/4" FURRING

BOTTOM PLATE

MOISTURE BARRIER

INSTALL BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY

MOISTURE BARRIER

INSTALL BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY

APRON FLASHING (OPTIONAL)

APRON FLASHING (OPTIONAL) MIN. 1" - 2" CLEARANCE DEPENDING ON SPECIFIC HARDIE ZONE PATH / DRIVEWAY / SLAB

MIN. 6" GRADE CLEARANCE

GRADE CONCRETE SLAB / MASONRY FOOTING

02

GRADE CLEARANCE - RAINSCREEN

01

HARDSCAPE CLEARANCES - RAINSCREEN

SECTION DETAILS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled use the bar scale for KEYS. reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

6"=1'-0"

0"

3"

6"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

DETAILS 11.17.2017

A 6.08 DRAWING

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: N D'HENNEZEL CHECKED BY: C AU PERMIT SET

DATE

02.05.2018

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

ARTISAN V-RUSTIC SIDING NAIL

GYPSUM BOARD

WOOD RAINSCREEN FURRING SPRAY FOAM

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

INSULATION

STARTER STRIP 1/4" GAP, DO NOT CAULK BLOCKING AS REQ'D

FLASHING

INTERIOR SHEATHING

TRIM AROUND OPENING 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

FIXTURE PENETRATION

WOOD FRAMING

HARDIE-TRIM BOARDS

3/4" FURRING

INSULATION WHERE REQ'D

WOOD RAINSCREEN FURRING AROUND FIXTURE LEAVE APPROPRIATE GAP AND CAULK 3/4" FURRING WALL FRAMING

02

HORIZONTAL LAP VIEW - RAINSCREEN

01

SECTION DETAILS

FIXTURE PENETRATION - RAINSCREEN

6"=1'-0"

Section details— sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

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FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: N D'HENNEZEL CHECKED BY: C AU

A 600 DETAILS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

68

PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

3"

6"

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.09 DRAWING


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES

1.

1. 2.

REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND KEYS.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

V-RUSTIC SIDING

3/4" FURRING

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

RAINSCREEN AIR SPACE LEAVE APPROPRIATE GAP AND CAULK

INTERIOR SHEATHING

WOOD FRAMING

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SIDING NAIL

GYPSUM BOARD

WOOD FRAMING 7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SPRAY FOAM INSULATION

WOOD FRAMING

SIDING NAIL

RAINSCREEN AIR SPACE

3/4" FURRING

CUSTOM TRIM PIECE

V-RUSTIC SIDING

V-RUSTIC SIDING

02

INSIDE CORNER - RAINSCREEN

01

OUTSIDE CORNER - RAINSCREEN

PLAN DETAILS Section details — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. LEGENDS Drawing not to scale as labeled use the bar scale for KEYS. reference. 1. REFER TO THE DRAWINGS BELOW FOR CORRESPONDING LEGEND PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

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6"=1'-0"

0"

3"

6"

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2.

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

CONTRACTOR SHOULD CORRESPOND WITH PROJECT LEAD, PROJECT ENGINEER AND/OR PROJECT DESIGNER(S) FOR FURTHER SPECIFICATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION EXTERNAL BLOCKING IS RECOMMENDED WHEN PENETRATION OCCURS AFTER THE INSTALLATION OF PANEL.

DATE

DETAILS

02.05.2018

11.17.2017

A 6.10

CASA CORTILE

DRAWN BY: N D'HENNEZEL CHECKED BY: C AU PERMIT SET

DRAWING

CONSTRUCTION SET

820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

12.06.2017

ICYNENE SPRAY FOAM

DOUBLE TOP PLATE 1/2" GYPSUM BOARD

COMPOSITE SHINGLES OVER 15 LB. FELT OVER 1/2" ZIP ROOF DECK ARTISAN V-RUSTIC

DRIP EDGE

SIDING NAIL WOOD RAINSCREEN FURRING

HARDIE-SOFFIT WITH 3" CONTINUOUS SNAP VENT

7/16" ZIP SHEATING

SEAMLESS ALUM. GUTTER INSTALL BUG SCREEN AS NECESSARY

2x SUB FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

1/4" GAP; DO NOT CAULK 1x FASCIA FLASH AS REQUIRED

Z-FLASHING WINDOW FRAME

01

PLAN DETAILS

SLIDING DOOR HEADER DETAILS WITH ROOF AND GUTTER DETAILS

6"=1'-0"

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

DETAILS DRAWN BY: N D'HENNEZEL CHECKED BY: C AU PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0"

3"

6"

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 6.12 DRAWING

69


LEGENDS 105

ROOM TAG

105

DOOR TAG

C

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3.

WALL TYPE A - 2x6 STUD

GENERAL NOTES ABOUT THIS PARTICULAR DRAWING WILL GO HERE. PLEASE TURN OFF THIS LAYER (G_NOTES) IF NO NOTES ARE BEING USED. THIS IS THE SECOND GENERAL NOTE. SIMPLY DELETE THIS LINE, ALONG WITH THE NUMBER IF THIS LINE IS NOT USED. THIS IS THE THIRD GENERAL NOTE. SIMPLY PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE ADDING MORE NOTES.

WINDOW TAG WALL TYPE B - 2x4 STUD

CARPET HARDWOOD FLOORING TILE

CURB

PROPOSED BUILD LINE BASED ON ADJACENT NEIGHBOR'S EXISTING CONTEXT.

PROPERTY LINE

C

E

D

C

LINEN

SETBACK

BEDROOM 8'CLG 104 KITCHEN 8'CLG

DINING 8'CLG

106

102

W.H.

LINEN

103

105

107 109 109

110 115a

D.W.

104

107

110

36" REF.

115b

5' TUB/SHWR

BATH 8'CLG 106

BEDROOM 8'CLG 105

A

112

112

111 113

PWDR 111

101a

108

PROPOSED RAINWATER COLLECTION TANK [LANDSCAPE USE ONLY]

I

H

B

MASTER BEDROOM 14'VAULTED 113

F

114

MASTER BATH 8'CLG. 114

LIVING 14'VAULTED 101 COURTYARD

101b

5' TUB

A

RAINHEAD SHOWER

LOW SHELVING G

FINISH FLOOR PLAN

A

B.I. SHLVS

1/4"=1'

Finish floor plan for the House, only, showing different floor materials — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

PLANS DRAWN BY: A SNIDOW, Y BRENA CHECKED BY: S WHEELER, R ALAM PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 700 FINISH PLAN 70

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 7.00 DRAWING


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN

REFER TO LEGENDS ON THE LEFT TO LOCATE THE EXISTING TREES TO REMAIN AND TREES TO BE REMOVED. REFER TO SITE PLAN A 1.00 AND A 1.10 FOR COMPLETE PROPOSED SITE WITH NEW CONSTRUCTION. ALL THE EXISTING TREES SHOWN ARE HACKBERRY, UNLESS OTHERWISE MENTIONED. TREES AND PLANTS HAVING TRUNK SMALLER THAN 6" DIAM. ARE NOT SHOWN.

EXISTING TREES TO BE REMOVED

SLAUGHTER ST.

PROPOSED CURB CUT

EXISTING CURB CUT

PROPERTY LINE

CEDAR ELM CEDAR

5 CRAPE MYRTLES

CRAPE MYRTLE

ELM/ASH PAVERS W/GRAVEL SURROUND

2x4 WOOD DECKING 3-1/2" HIGH

AWNING GUTTER WITH RAIN CHAIN

821

820

CEDAR ELM

COURTYARD XERISCAPE GARDEN PAVERS

XERISCAPE GARDEN

2x4 WOOD DECKING 3-1/2" HIGH

CONCRETE SLAB ACCENT WALL XERISCAPE GARDEN

PECAN

OAK OAK Existing Fence

EXISTING FOLIAGE

TRUMAN ST.

1/8"=1'

Landscape design for the site — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

LANDSCAPE DRAWN BY: W LUCAS, A NUNEZ CHECKED BY: A SNIDOW, S WHEELER PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

10'

20'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

L 1.00 DRAWING

L 100 LANDSCAPE 71


LEGENDS

GENERAL NOTES 1. REFER TO SHEET A 8.10 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR THE DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE OF THE GARAGE. 2. EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER WALL THICKNESS SPECIFICS. 3. ALL OVERHANGS ARE TO BE 2' OR 3'. (REFER TO SHEET A 2.40 FOR DETAILS.) 4. ALL HEADER HEIGHTS AT 6'-11" A.F.F. 5. ALL DOOR GLAZING MUST BE TEMPERED AND CONFORM TO LOCAL CODES. ALL WINDOWS WITHIN 24" OF A DOOR MUST BE TEMPERED. 6. ROUGH DIMENSIONS FOR EACH ASSEMBLY. 7. ATTRIBUTES: 7.1. FG - FROSTED GLAZING 7.2. TG - TEMPERED GLAZING 7.3. G - GLAZED (DOORS ONLY)

DOOR TAG WINDOW TAG

L

H4 H4

L

TG, G

DESCRIPTION

OTHER

TYPE

#

SIZE

FS9031-R CLOPAY (FRONT) DOOR

SMOOTH FIBERGLASS w/FOAM CORE

A

3

2'-0" X 6'-9 1/2"

AL

TG

MILGARD SLIDING GLASS DOOR

THREE PANEL SLIDING GLASS DOOR

B

1

4'-0" X 4'-0"

AL

TG

INTERIOR BEDROOM DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

C

2

8'-0" X 5'-6"

AL

MANUFACTURER

HEAD HEIGHT

SILL HEIGHT

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

0'-0 1/2" A.F.F.

0.31

0.25

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

2'-10"A.F.F.

0.31

0.25

FIXED

6'-10" A.F.F.

1'-4"A.F.F.

0.40

0.21

CASEMENT WITH FIXED

OTHER IN MASTER BATH, ATT. FG APPLIES; FIXED

R

MILGARD

L

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

1'-4"A.F.F.

0.40

0.21

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

4'-10"A.F.F.

0.40

0.21

FIXED

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

4'-10"A.F.F.

0.31

0.25

FIXED

105

2'-8" X 6''-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

R

INTERIOR BEDROOM DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

D

1

8'-0" X 5'-6"

AL

106

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

L

INTERIOR BATHROOM/UTILITY POCKET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

E

1

4'-0" X 2'-0"

AL

107

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

L

INTERIOR BATHROOM/UTILITY POCKET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

F

1

8'-0" X 2'-0"

AL

109

2'-6" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

R

H4

INTERIOR UTILITY/CLOSET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

G

1

3'-0" X 5'-0"

AL

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

1'-4"A.F.F.

0.40

0.21

CASEMENT

110

2'-6" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

L

H4

INTERIOR UTILITY/CLOSET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

H

1

3'-6" X 4'-0"

AL

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

2'-10"A.F.F.

0.31

0.25

FIXED

111

2'-6" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

INTERIOR POWDER ROOM POCKET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

I

1

2'-0" X 2'-0"

AL

MILGARD

6'-10" A.F.F.

4'-10"A.F.F.

0.31

0.25

FIXED

112

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 3/4"

6'-11" A.F.F.

L

H1

113

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

R

H5

114

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 1/2"

6'-11" A.F.F.

L

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

INTERIOR MASTER BATHROOM POCKET DOOR

SMOOTH FINISH; MANUFACTURER TBD

9'-0" 3'-0"

2'-8"

3'-0"

2'-8"

6'-9 1/2"

101b

101a

2'-8"

2'-8"

2'-8"

105

A

3'-0"

3'-0"

3'-0"

111

112

113

2'-0"

I

5'-0"

110

3'-6"

F

4'-10"

1'-10"

109

D

1'-4"

8'-0"

3'-0"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

107

C

106

2'-0"

3'-0"

104

8'-0"

B

2'-10"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

6'-8"

8'-0"

4'-0"

2'-0"

3'-0"

1'-4"

SMOOTH FIBERGLASS w/FOAM CORE

4'-0"

3'-0"

FS6591 CLOPAY (REAR) DOOR INTERIOR MASTER BEDROOM DOOR

G

4'-0"

2'-0"

3'-0"

FG, TG, G

MIRRORED TYPE C

E

H

4'-10"

0.6

R

4'-0"

L 0.25

FG, TG

5'-6"

0.23

2'-0"

0.6

0.37

6'-11" A.F.F.

4'-10"

0.21

6'-11" A.F.F.

2'-8" X 6''-8" X 1 1/2"

SHGC

6'-11" A.F.F.

9'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 3/4"

104

ATTRIBUTE

3'-0" X 6'-8" X 1 3/4"

101b

MATERIAL

101a

SWING

HARDWARE

FG, TG, G

HEAD HEIGHT

U-FACTOR

SWING

H1

SIZE

SHGC

ATTRIBUTE

R

TAG

U-FACTOR

WINDOW SCHEDULE

DOOR SCHEDULE

2'-10"

C

5'-6"

105

114

DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULES

1/4"=1'

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SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

601 W NEDDERMAN DR. #434 ARLINGTON, TX 76019 paraconst1718@gmail.com

© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

SCHEDULES DRAWN BY: T LECONA, S WHEELER CHECKED BY: W LUCAS, R ALAM PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

A 800 SCHEDULE 72

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 8.00 DRAWING


LEGENDS 105 C

GENERAL NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

DOOR TAG WINDOW TAG

CONTRACTORS MUST CONSULT WITH OWNER AND/OR DESIGN TEAM BEFORE INSTALLING APPROPRIATE FINISH MATERIALS. REFER TO SHEET A 8.10 ON THE GARAGE CONSTRUCTION DRAWING SET FOR THE DOOR AND WINDOW SCHEDULE OF THE GARAGE. EXTERIOR WALLS TO BE 2x6 WOOD FRAMING. REFER TO FLOOR PLAN A 2.20 FOR FURTHER WALL THICKNESS SPECIFICS. ROUGH DIMENSIONS FOR EACH ASSEMBLY. REFER TO SHEET A 7.00 FOR FINISHED FLOOR PLAN. REFER TO RCP PLAN A 2.70 FOR DETAILED LIGHTING PLAN AND SCHEDULE REFER TO ATTACHED FINISH MATERIAL SELECTION CHART DOCUMENT FOR FURTHER DETAILS.

FINISH SCHEDULE

DESCRIPTION

COLOR

MODEL NUMBER

SPECS

TAG

MATERIAL

DESCRIPTION

LOCATION

MANUFACTURER

106, 111, 114

TWO-PIECE TOILET, 1.6 GPF & 1.0 GPF, ROUND BOWL, DUAL-MAX FLUSHING SYSTEM, UNIVERSAL HEIGHT, 12" ROUGH-IN

COTTON

CST405MF01

SEE 8.30

T1

TILE 1

1' X 3' SUBWAY TILES

102

TBD

COTTON

LT511G01

SEE 8.30

T2

TILE 2

18" X 12" TBD COLOR

114

TBD

BRUSHED NICKEL

65375LFBN

SEE 8.30

T3

TILE 3

TBD COLOR

106

TBD

QUANTITY

LOCATION

PLUMBING FIXTURES SCHEDULE

F1

TOILET

3

F2

SINK

4

106, 111, 114 (2) SELF RIMMING LAVATORY, CONCEALED FRONT OVERFLOW

F3

SINK FAUCET

4

106, 111, 114 (2) WIDESPREAD LAVATORY FAUCET, 3-HOLE INSTALLATION, ACCOMMODATES UP TO 2" DECK THICKNESS

TAG FIXTURE

F4

KITCHEN SINK

1

102

16" R10 MEDIUM EQUAL DOUBLE

SATIN POLISHED

516220

SEE 8.30

P1

PAINT 1

TBD

101, 102, 103

TBD

F5

KITCHEN SINK FAUCET

1

102

WITH PULL-DOWN SPRAY 1.5 GPM, INSTALLATION IN AN 1-3/8" HOLE

STAINLESS

441762

SEE 8.30

P2

PAINT 2

TBD

104, 105, 111, 113

TBD

F6

BATHTUB

1

106

ENAMELED CAST IRON BATHTUB 59-3/4" x 30" x 14-11/16"

COTTON

FBY1515RP01

SEE 8.30

P3

PAINT 3

TBD

115

TBD

F7

TUB AND SHOWER FAUCET 1

106

PRESSURE BALANCE TUB/SHOWER TRIM

BRUSHED NICKEL

T60P420BN

SEE 8.30

F8

MASTER BATHTUB

1

114

6036 BALNEO® COLLECTION

WHITE

CELLA6036WHITE

SEE 8.30

F9

MASTER BATHTUB FAUCET 1

114

BRASS NATURAL EXPLOSED TUB AND HAND SHOWER SET FREE STANDING

POLISHED NICKEL

2480H4261S15

SEE 8.30

F10 MASTER SHOWER FAUCET

1

114

PRESSURE BALANCE SHOWER ONLY TRIM

BRUSHED NICKEL

T60P075BN

SEE 8.30

F11 MASTER SHOWER HEAD

1

114

RECTANGULAR OR ROUND RAINCAN SHOWERHEAD

MULTIPLE OPTIONS 81380BN or 83310BN SEE 8.30

LIGHTING SCHEDULE

HARDWARE SCHEDULE

TAG

DESCRIPTION

QUANTITY

LOCATION

COLOR

MANUFACTURER

MODEL NUMBER

TAG

H1

SINGLE CYLINDER HANDLE SET

2

101, 112

VENETIAN BRONZE

SAN CLEMENTE FROM KWIKSET

818SCE LIP 11P SMT

L1

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

H2

LOW PROFILE ROUND CONTEMPORARY DEADBOLT

1

115

VENETIAN BRONZE

UPTOWN FROM KWIKSET

258 RDT 11P SMT

L2

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

H3

ROUND KEYED ENTRY LEVER

1

113

VENETIAN BRONZE

MILAN FROM KWIKSET

156MIL RDT SMT 11P

L3

TYPE

TBD

LOCATION

TBD

DESCRIPTION

TBD

MANUFACTURER

TBD

H4

PRIVACY/BED/BATH DOOR KNOB

4

104, 105, 109, 110*

VENETIAN BRONZE

POLO FROM KWIKSET

200P 15 or 200P 11P

L4

TBD

TBD

TBD

H5

PASSAGE/HALL/CLOSET DOOR KNOB

1

115

VENETIAN BRONZE

POLO FROM KWIKSET

300P 15 or 300P 11P

L5

TBD

TBD

TBD

L6

TBD

TBD

TBD

L7

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD TBD TBD TBD

L8

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

L9

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

L10

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

L11

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

L12

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLUMBING FIXTURES, HARDWARE, FINISH AND LIGHTING SCHEDULES

1/4"=1'

Plumbing fixture, hardware, finishes and lighting — sheet reference numbers are for the actual set. Drawing not to scale as labeled - use the bar scale for reference. PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-18

SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON

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© PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION 2017-2018 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THE DRAWINGS, DESIGNS, AND IDEAS EMBODIED THEREIN ARE THE PROPERTY OF THE STUDENTS AND INSTRUCTORS OF THE PARALLEL CONSTRUCTION STUDIO 2017-18 AT CAPPA AT UT ARLINGTON; AND SHALL NOT BE COPIED, REPRODUCED, DISCLOSED TO OTHERS, OR USED IN CONNECTION WITH ANY WORK OTHER THAN THE SPECIFIED PROJECT FOR WHICH THEY HAVE BEEN PREPARED, IN WHOLE OR IN PART, WITHOUT THE PRIOR AUTHORIZATION OF THE STUDIO OR THE SCHOOL.

FOR CONSTRUCTION

SCHEDULES DRAWN BY: T LECONA, S WHEELER CHECKED BY: W LUCAS, R ALAM PERMIT SET

11.17.2017

CONSTRUCTION SET

12.06.2017

0'

5'

10'

DATE

02.05.2018 CASA CORTILE 820 TRUMAN ST. ARLINGTON, TX 76011

A 8.20 DRAWING

Tania compiled and specified each fixture, each door and window, paint finishes etc. — all the items needed to finish out the house, with Sarah’s help. Separate sheets were later created specific to distributors based on this info.

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Foundation Plan. Drawings are intentionally cropped.

Shearwall Plan. Drawings are intentionally cropped.

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Foundation details. Drawings are intentionally cropped.

Shearwall details. Drawings are intentionally cropped.

Professor Jerald W. Kunkel contributed to our project by officially being our Structural Engineer on record. As required by the City of Arlington, being a licensed Structural Engineer, only he could make the drawings related to our structure. Shown here is a sampler of his drawings for the project, Drawings are subject to copyright. 75


DESIGN TIMELINE Week 1 August 25 — September 1, 2017

Like any other typical design studio, the Fall 2017 semester was packed with multiple brainstorming sessions, debates and consequential decisive moments. Unlike a typical studio, however, was the fact that each decision made would have consequences which will shape the construction process during the Spring 2018 semester. Design collaboration within a studio can be challenging but we learned that it’s not impossible.

Fall 2017 Starts Parallel Construction returns to UTA CAPPA for the third year in a row, lead by professors Brad McCorkle and Jamie Crawley. 18 students enroll for the Design/Build studio — 6 of them are grad students, and the rest 12 are undergrad seniors.

Brad McCorkle

Professor McCorkle had been part of the Design/ Build program even before it was called Parallel Construction. His passion for this program is what kept it moving and flourishing over the years.

Week 2 September 4 — 8, 2017

Jamie Crawley AIA

Professor Crawley (HA Architecture) joined Brad after Bang Dang (Far+Dang) left the program the year before. He stayed only through Fall 2017, albeit playing a key role in the design and documentation process.

Individual Concepts 18 students present 18 different concepts for a single family residence, for a middle-income family, with possibly two kids, at a very specific site in Arlington’s Entertainment District: 820 Truman Street. The program requires at least three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and a living area, and have to utilize at least 5% of the site for building footprint.

GRAD STUDENTS

Week 4 September 18 — 22, 2017

Paired Up Based on the initial concepts presented on September 6, the 18 students were paired up into 9 small groups. Merging the initial individual ideas, these pairs presented more refined schemes and presented them as teams on September 18. These nine houses already shared very similar concepts, foreshadowing a unified design in the end.

Week 5 September 25 — 29, 2017

The Final Four Four schemes were picked from the nine presented on September 18, and students were teamed up with the four pairs which were picked, once again based on concept similarities as well as contrasts. The teams went into work right away, producing four designs which have been presented in this book.

TEAM HEAVY-LIGHT HEAVY/LIGHT

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TEAM POMO CASA ALLUNGATA

THE A TEAM A HOUSE CRAFTED

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Midterm Review After a rigorous presenation presided over by a group of reviewers including John Mullen, FAIA, Donna Vanness from The Housing Channel, reps from Wells Fargo, former UTA faculty Bang Dang from Far+Dang, current UTA professors Todd Hamilton and Brad Bell — to name a few, Casa Cortile was picked to be the design which would be further developed by the studio, and be made ready for construction.

HEAVY/LIGHT

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CASA CORTILE

Windows Update Once everyone else from the studio beyond the original Slaughterhouse 5 team started contributing to develop the Casa Cortile further, a lot of ideas started evolving: most of which were based off what the critics had to say during the Midterm Review, while others were ideas from the other finalists which potentially could make this final project even better. The locations for the kitchen and the dining areas were switched, for example, while larger windows were introduced including a large sliding door for the courtyard access through thr living room, once Matthew Eytcheson from Milgard® Windows made a commitment to get all the windows donated for the project.

A flipped floor plan would have made it harder to see the house with conventional fence from the street

Week 6 October 2 — 6, 2017

Week 8 October 16 — 20, 2017

Original floor plan opens up to the street while the conventional fence and the courtyard are tucked toward the neighbors

Flip, or No Flip! While most of these decisions were equally agreed upon by everyone in the studio, when the idea of mirroring the floorplan to open the house up on the Slaughter Street side came up, we practically got divided in half on the issue. It would take a team led by Antoño Molina to make a convincing argument accompanied by a visual presentation to bring the whole studio (including myself) to come back to the No Flip! side — leaving the orientation of the floorplan as it originally meant to be. A Moment to Reflect Tragedy hits close to our School of Architecture family, and we decide to take some time off to remember Omar Soto — a close friend to most of us: a fantastic, beloved personality to everyone, who left us all too early. Omar was a recent UTA CAPPA graduate, who was planning to come back to the graduate program the following year. He’s also a Design/ Build alumni, and one of his original designs was transformed to the Nexus house: one of the two micro houses built during Parallel Construction 2016-17.

Permit Sets The studio returned to work after spending the weekend in Austin for the Creek Show, where professors Brad McCorkle and Jamie Crawley were participants. As we were reaching to a common point to finalize the design, we also had been preparing a set of drawings as a necessary part to apply for building permit from the City of Arlington. On November 20, we take our first set of drawings there. Little did we know though, that this would just be the first set of many more sets to come, as we struggled to understand all the fine details, notes and specifications the City requires for permit approval!

Week 9 October 23 — 27, 2017

Week 10 October 30 — November 3, 2017

Week 13 November 20 — 24, 2017

Final Presentation Even as we were struggling to get the permit approved, the studio kept on working to clean up more design details, as we started compiling our Construction Documents set for the upcoming semester. Meanwhile, keeping parallel with out neighboring design studios, we also worked on preparing for a formal semester-end presentation, presenting the final version of Casa Cortile to the rest of the school on December 5, the version we’d be building on Spring 2018.

Week 15 December 4 — 8, 2017

Spring 2018 Starts Initially the plan was to start the construction process by late December, right after Christmas. However, since we still had issues resolving the requirements from the City to get the permit approved, our studio kept working on other minor but related jobs, like fixing up the shipping container we’d be using as our tool-shed or helping Brad with some finishes for the micro houses from the previous year.

Week 21 January 15 — 19, 2018

Hunter Freeman, Michael Gerhard and Yesenia Brena graduated in December 2017, while Blake Debinski, Gerardo Govea, Stas Karmalyuk and Vasti Trejo joined in their places. Professor Jamie Crawley left as well, to be replaced by Professor Joshua Nason.

Joshua Nason

Professor Nason, a long time faculty here, is best known among his students not only for his dynamic design ideologies, but also for his friendliness and enthusiasm: a great addition to the Design/Build team which was just meant to be!

Blake Debinski

Stas Karmalyuk GRAD STUDENT

Gerardo Govea

Vasti Trejo

We Have a Permit! After 13 long weeks since the very first time we went to City of Arlington with our Permit Sets, we finally get approved to start building! We learned a great deal about the bureacratic process at each step we got denied, nevertheless, as we celebrated this long awaited good news we couldn’t wait to start the construction, in this case literally from the next week!

Week 26 February 19 — 23, 2018

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BUILD TIMELINE Week 1 February 25 — March 3, 2018

Final site preparation, Concrete pour for foundation, Framing begins.

Week 2 March 4 — 10, 2018

Framing continues, Exterior Zip® sheathing begins, Roof rafters installation begins.

Week 3 March 11 — 17, 2018

Exterior Zip® sheathing continues, Roof sheathing, Zip® sealing.

Week 4 March 18 — 24, 2018

Roofing installed, Milgard® windows installed, House Tamlyn® Wrapped, Exterior Hardie® siding install begins.

Week 5 March 25 — 31, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior gets insulated.

Week 6 April 1 — 7, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, interior drywall installation begins.

Week 7 April 8 — 14, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, interior drywall installation continues.

Week 8 April 15 — 21, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior Mudding done.

Week 8 April 15 — 21, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior painting done.

Week 9 April 22 — 28, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior tiles installed.

Week 9 April 22 — 28, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation done, Landscape set, Exterior painted.

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The initial delay to acquire the building permit definitely had all of us concerned, specially when we went well into the month of February, and we still hadn’t formally started the construction process. Surprisingly however, with some help from The Wall Homes, our studio actually managed to get the house ready for a formal house warming event well before the May 5 deadline. We built a house in just 68 days!


Week 1 February 25 — March 3, 2018 Final site preparation, Concrete pour for foundation, Framing begins.

Week 2 March 4 — 10, 2018

Framing continues, Exterior Zip® sheathing begins, Roof rafters installation begins.

Week 3 March 11 — 17, 2018

Exterior Zip® sheathing continues, Roof sheathing, Zip® sealing.

Week 4 March 18 — 24, 2018

Roofing installed, Milgard® windows installed, House Tamlyn® Wrapped, Exterior Hardie® siding install begins.

Week 5 March 25 — 31, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior gets insulated.

Week 6 April 1 — 7, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, interior drywall installation begins.

Week 7 April 8 — 14, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, interior drywall installation continues.

Week 8 April 15 — 21, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior Mudding done.

Week 8 April 15 — 21, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior painting done.

Week 9 April 22 — 28, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation continues, Interior tiles installed.

Week 9 April 22 — 28, 2018

Exterior Hardie® siding installation done, Landscape set, Exterior painted.

Between April 28 and May 3, we exclusively worked on interior finishes, something which didn’t show up in these shots. Understanding the whole process with just 110 thumbnails can be tricky, but you can see the actual 10 minute-long video on YouTube; search for “Casa Cortile Construction Timeplapse” there.

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William Lucas (center) listens to Professor Brad McCorkle (not pictured) along with (L-R) Lauren Kobes, Michael Gerhard and Tania Lecona as we prepare for the final presentation for Fall 2017.

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Christy Au enjoying the discussion; Lauren Kobes (left) isn’t impressed.

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Sarah Wheeler (right) and Yesenia Brena on a typical design studio day.


Professor Brad McCorkle (right) having a serious conversation about our drawing set (pinned up on the back) with Matthew Eytcheson, our consultant and friend from MilgardÂŽ Windows.

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Annaliese Snidow (left) and Yesenia Brena questioning my existence as they try to get some work done, at my desk.

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Sarah Wheeler building a part of the scale framing model, one piece at a time, as a preparation for the Fall 2017 final presentation.

DECEMBER 01, 2017. RAFI ALAM

Tania Lecona caught being busy as she works tirelessly to update the Schedules sheets, and probably questioning why I am not working.

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Nathalie D’hennezel (right) conveying her message of love to Yesenia Brena

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Denim on denim. ‘Nuff said.

Joel Hartmangruber (photo on right) working on the Autodesk® Revit model of Casa Cortile to detail out the framing system as others build the scale framing model based on the diagrams generated through it. This exercise would play a key role at actual framing of the house during construction, helping us work at a more organized and faster pace.

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Alex NuĂąez (right) explains the universe to Annaliese Snidow

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Lauren Kobes (right) explains the universe to Luis Guzman

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Alex NuĂąez prepares the wooden base to display the scale models for the Fall 2017 final presentation.

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Christy Au (left) works with Lauren Kobes to build the scale model for Casa Cortile, preparing for the Fall 2017 final presentation.

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The scale framing model was a key part not only for the Fall 2017 final presentation, but also for us to understand the wood-framing process as a whole: the most important element to construct the house. Hunter Freeman (center) is seen here helping Annaliese Snidow, Joel Hartmangruber and Sarah Wheeler to finish setting up the model the night before the presentation.

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Nathalie D’hennezel not appreciating being photographed

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Christy Au not appreciating being photographed

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Pegah Jahangirpor appreciating being photographed

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Nicholas Pascual appreciating being photographed

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AntoĂąo Molina (center) making serious plans for the final presentation boards with Nicholas Pascual (right) and Rubi Sanchez Romo (left).

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(From left to right) Joel Hartmangruber, Professor Brad McCorkle, Tania Lecona, Sarah Wheeler and Yesenia Brena, while making serious plans for Spring 2018, right after the final presentation for Fall 2017.

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Lots of decisions got made on that marker board. Lots.

DECEMBER 01, 2017. RAFI ALAM

All sorts of scale models made throughout the semester stacked on a dolly after being cleaned out from the school gallery, days later from the final presentation.

DECEMBER 11, 2017. RAFI ALAM


HEAVY/LIGHT

A HOUSE CRAFTED

CASA ALLUNGATA

CASA CORTILE

The original final four projects being presented during the Fall 2017 final presenation. December 06, 2017.

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Casa Cortile — the version which will get built — gets presented to the reviewers and guests during the final presentation for Fall 2017.

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Students scout the site with the professors for the first time since 2017, in one of the first days of Spring 2018 — the Build semester.

A light moment during when the studio works on repurposing an old shipping container to be used as a temporary tool-shed for the construction.

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JANUARY, 2018. PEGAH JAHANGIRPOR

JANUARY, 2018. BRAD MCCORKLE


Pegah Jahangirpor (left), Nicholas Pascual and others help to dig out trenches to prepare the site for foundation pour.

FEBRUARY 08, 2018. RAFI ALAM

(L-R) The studio keeps helping out to dig the trenches needed to work as the “tables� for the concrete foundation to hold up the house. The wooden formworks were installed by subcontractors, which will hold up the pasty conrete mix until it solidifies. Once the trenches were cleaned out and pipes were set for plumbing services, subcontractors wrapped the dirt with waterproof plastic and ran tension-cords in a systemic grid pattern: a system that will ensure structural integrity of the concrete foundation.

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This massive 18-wheeler has three main jobs: to mix the concrete, to carry the mixed concrete, and to pour the mix using its strategically elongated tubing system. After waiting almost 13 weeks for the building permit, we were eager to start early in the morning, albeit it took some time for the trucks to arrive.

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FEBRUARY 26, 2018. RAFI ALAM


Subcontractors wait for the mixing truck for one final batch of conrete mix they’d pour at the northwest corner of the house — the western bedroom — and will complete the initial process to set the foundation.

Once the pouring is done, a subcontractor takes his time to use this “fanning” tool to fan out excess water off the surface of the foundation, smoothing out the plane in the process.

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Students set up the first wall frame of the house — which will eventually mount the window for the western bedroom.

MARCH 03, 2018. RAFI ALAM

The studio signs their names on the window header of the first wall frame that got mounted. Our names will stay with the house as long as it lives.

MARCH 03, 2018. RAFI ALAM


Annaliese Snidow (right), Pegah Jahangirpor, Yesenia Brena and others at the end of first day of framing. The first day was understandibly slow, as we barely started to learn the process of building. The following days, however, would go by much faster.

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Antoùo Molina (left), William Lucas and Nathalie D’hennezel start setting up their tools to coninue the framing process. This would be our first time working at the site during the weekend, and will continue as such for the most part.

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A group of students hold up a recently assembled wall frame to set it on the anchors off the floorslab.

MARCH 04, 2018. BRAD MCCORKLE

As the exterior wall frames almost get done being set, students start assembling the frames for the interior walls.

MARCH 04, 2018. BRAD MCCORKLE


Nathalie D’hennezel takes a break during the wall framing exercise, while Jeremy Schack (right) tries to capture the moment. Jeremy and his team from the UTA Student Publications would be present at the site almost everyday to document our work.

MARCH 04, 2018. RAFI ALAM

Hunter Freeman getting a piece of lumber ready to assemble a wall frame. Hunter and Yesenia Brena, even after graduating the semester before, would come to the site almost everyday to work.

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Gerardo Govea, Rubi Sanchez Romo (top right) and Nathalie D’hennezel (bottom right) work with others to get the wood framing done.

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Gerardo Govea (right) checks on the recently installed ZipÂŽ board as he saws off the opening for the courtyard door opening.

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Subcontractors helped us set up the roof framing once we cleared up installing the Zip® boards around the house.

The studio listens as a representative from Tamlyn® describes their products from the aluminum trims series which we’d be using for our exterior finishes.

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MARCH 12, 2018. BRAD MCCORKLE

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Alex Nuñez and I work on installing the Zip® boards once the roof framing was done by the subcontractors (top left); everyone from the studio worked in groups and stages to get the boards installed within three days (top right).

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Pegah Jahangirpor passes a tool to Sarah Wheeler as they install some of the final pieces of ZipÂŽ boards on the roof (right).

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Chilling on the roof top. (L-R) Sarah Wheeler, Luis Guzman and I

Blake Debinski (left) and Nathalie D’hennezel help install the Zip® boards on the roof.

MARCH 15, 2018. LAUREN KOBES

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(L-R) Lauren Kobes, Luis Guzman and Sarah Wheeler take a moment to enjoy the sunset as they finish installing the last pieces of ZipÂŽ boards on the roof.

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The Casa Cortile finally starts to look like a complete house once the subcontractors finish installing the roof system.

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Matthew Eytcheson from MilgardÂŽ Windows inspect the strength of the suction grip on one of their windows (right), as the studio prepares to install them.

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Vasti Trejo helps installing the first window of the house next to the courtyard (top left), while representative from MilgardÂŽ Windows helps assembling the patio door, the final piece to be installed next to the courtyard as well (top right). Stas Karmalyuk and others help mount the window for the westen bedroom on the first wall we framed as a studio (bottom).

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The kitchen window, at the end of the hallway. MilgardÂŽ donated all their windows for the second year in a row for the Parallel Construction program.

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MARCH 21, 2018. RAFI ALAM


The garage entry and the hallway of the house lines up perfectly with the kitchen window at the end — as we planned for them to, however, they also align with the window of the house across the Truman Street: coincidental, but appreciated.

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The courtyard after the first set of Tamlyn® Wrap weather protection film is installed over the Zip® boards. Tamlyn® donated the whole system (along with the aluminum trims) for the project.

Professor Brad McCorkle (right) speaks with Professor Jerald Kunkel who came to officially inspect the Zip® board installation, as required by the City of Arlington for approval on shearwall strenght, while Christy Au and Vasti Trejo (left) observe. The City requires multiple inspections to be approved throughout the construction process.

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MARCH 09, 2018. ALEX NUÑEZ


Luis Guzman passes a hammer to Lauren Kobes (center) as she helps installing the Tamlyn® Wrap system — an extra waterproof layer to protect the house from weather

Annaliese Snidow (center) looks up to the photographer as she helps Nathalie D’hennezel measure an exterior segment to prepare and install Hardie® siding.

MARCH 21, 2018. RAFI ALAM

MARCH 26, 2018. ALEX NUÑEZ

Professor Brad McCorkle (left) and Blake Debinksi work hard as Nathalie D’hennezel (right) observes while sealing the Zip® boards

MARCH 26. 2018. ALEX NUÑEZ

Nicholas Pascual (right) and Lauren Kobes help install the Hardie® lapsided siding.

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Casa Cortile, with the Tamlyn速 Wrap mostly installed over the Zip速 system, seen from the Truman St. and Slaughter St. corner.

Casa Cortile, with most of the Hardie速 siding pieces installed over the Tamlyn速 Wrap, seen from the Truman St. and Slaughter St. corner.

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A subcontractor sprays Icenyne® insulation foam under the gable roof of the living room.

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Christy Au takes a break before going back to work on exterior HardieÂŽ panel installation.

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Joel Hartmangruber (right), Sarah Wheeler (left) and Christy Au coordinate to get one of the Hardie® panels installed within the Tamlyn® aluminum trims. We used the combination of the trims and the panels to bring a modern look to the exterior — and installing individual pieces got tricky, sometimes. Like the trapezoidal piece they were working on took more than a few hours to get properly installed.

Casa Cortile, with all the exterior Hardie® siding pieces installed, seen from Truman Street.

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Sarah Wheeler works on drywall installation at the dining room area of the house.

Casa Cortile interior with all drywall installed, seen from the kitchen.

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Casa Cortile interior with all drywall installed, seen from western entry.

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Professor Brad McCorkle working on the shelving units in the living room.

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Lauren Kobes gets the center of attention.

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The afternoon sun lights up the freshly-mudded living room through the patio door; brown paper is taped around the edge as a preparation for painting.

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Annaliese Snidow works on the mudding process at the garage. Once the drywall is installed, applying the “mud” — a cementituous compound similar to drywall components — helps seal the walls, and set the texture to start painting.

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Pegah Jahangirpor works on painting the walls on the western bedroom.

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Vasti Trejo peaks out the restroom doorway as she works on finishes.

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The kitchen cabinets get installed.

Christy Au works on sealing the gaps within the exterior siding pieces with caulk.

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The team works on installing the final and the most complicated pieces of the HardieÂŽ panels on the western side of the house.

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One of the only nights we had to stay late where we tried to finish installing all the remaining unique HardieÂŽ pieces on so that the house would be ready to be painted the next work day.

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With the landscape component freshly installed, construction of Casa Cortile enters its final stage.

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Casa Cortile — the Truman Street elevation — with the first coat of paint. Vasti Trejo’s husband Saul Azamar, who is a professional when it comes to painting, practically took care of the exterior job within a few hours.

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The evening after — Casa Cortile is almost complete, with a few finishes remaining, like the door or that column in the front porch.

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Nicholas Pascual, Luis Guzman and Lauren Kobes

Stas Karmalyuk and Joel Hartmangruber

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Antoño Molina

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Professor Brad McCorkle, with Alex Nuñez and Hunter Freeman

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Professor Joshua Nason, with Annaliese Snidow

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Mr. Bean, Liam and Christy Au

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Rubi Sanchez Romo and Gerardo Govea

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Our studio rocking the Kimbell Art Museum during the Beaux Arts Ball. (L-R) Nathalie D’hennezel, Annaliese Snidow, Sarah Wheeler and Christy Au

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Our studio rocking the new bathtub in the master bathroom of Casa Cortile. (L-R) Sarah Wheeler, Tania Lecona, Lauren Kobes and Christy Au

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Mr. Bean

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Lauren Kobes, when the lights came on, formally marking the end of consrtruction.

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One last late night stake out in front of the garage before the semester final review, a.k.a. the house warming party as the students work on painting the desk components for the hallway study space.

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Christy Au waits at the driveway of the house, just two nights before graduation. This would be the last time I would come to Casa Cortile as a student — our biggest group project at school.

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Reviewers critique the first group of students presenting their concept for a single-family residence for Parallel Construction 2018-19, during their midterm review.

The two micro-houses, Casa Modulo (left, back) and Nexus (right, front) designed and built by the Parallel Construction 2016-17 students.

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OCTOBER 22, 2018. BRAD MCCORKLE

One of the three pavilions designed and built by students from the first Parallel Construction studio during Spring 2016.

UTA CAPPA

A Continous Journey The Design/Build studio started back in 2015, with an attempt to start an idea where the students not only get to design a concept, but also see it being built in practice, by themselves. While many schools across the nation have been involved in multiple Design/Build projects, UT Arlington School of Architecture still needed a push to start such a program. On Spring 2016, the students successfully designed and built three pavilions focused on integrating public transit system within the City of Arlington. The next year, the program took on a bigger challenge to design houses: prototypes for efficient dwelling. Recognizing the scale of the work, the program was spread to two semester, and the students built two micro houses which would put the program in the map. Our year saw even a bigger leap from that point onward. When foundations like The Housing Channel or visionaries like John Mullen, FAIA got involved, the program challenged itself to do more, and in our case, to design and build even bigger. Casa Cortile is the first permanent project designed and built by UTA students. The students from the next year are also taking on a similar challenge to design and build a single-family residence, and I’m personally looking forward to a cleaner, more efficient and organized home which would give a lot back to the Arlington community. The success of our project can only work when the future projects are even bigger and better.

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This design/build journey was nothing short of extraordinary. There were many great moments and there were some terrible moments as well, but at the end of the day what I took away from this journey was this sense of bonding with the group. While there’s seemingly a sense of stigma against working in groups for projects in architecture school; this studio — this experience — surely destroys such a negative connotation. Every decision made during this experiment was made with everyone’s consent, and as difficult as it may sound, it actually helped to build respect toward each other while creating a scope to evaluate yourself as a person. “Check your ego outside the door when you’re taking this studio”, Professor Brad McCorkle remarked the very first day of the Fall 2017 semester. The only way to understand the depth of that remark, at least in my opinion, was through this yearlong project. These, and of course, power-tools. I learned how to use power-tools. - Rafi

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