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INDEX [01] About Me ACADEMIA [02] Cape Verde Study Abroad [03] {PARK}ing Lot [04] Student Dormitory EXPERIENCE [05] Urban League of Greater Madison [06] Lindsay Heights NSP [07] Innovative Bioclimatic European School in Crete

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INDIVIDUAL [08] Sketchings/Drawings/Graphics


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about me

richie hands


richie hands LEED AP BD+C EXPERIENCE [2012] LEED AP Building Design + Construction [2012] LEED Green Associate [2011] M&E Architects + Engineers -LEED Green Designer -Project Assistant -Volunteer at MPS Schools [2011] Teaching Assistant for Mo Zell [Studio 420] [2011] AIAS Member [2009] Intern at Tri-North Builders -Urban League of Greater Madison [2008] NOMAS Member EDUCATION [2011] B.S. Architectural Studies from UW Milwaukee [2011] Cape Verde Study Abroad + Studio - NJ Unaka [2010] Chicago Studio - Haworth and Neil Frankel [2010] Architectural Design 2 - Hanno Webber [2009] Architectural Design 1 - John Fox [2009] Architecture 2 - Mo Zell [2008] Architecture 1 - Jim Shields SKILL SETS Revit . AutoCAD . SketchUp . Illustrator . InDesign Photoshop . Microsoft Office Suite . Hand Drafting INTERESTS Architectural Design . Industrial Design . Graphic Design

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- Rich Ethics . Rich Goals . Rich Concepts -


ACADEMIA: school works


02

cape verde

study abroad


Spring 2011 - Cape Verde Experience + Studio [NJ Unaka] Program - A Residence for my Host Family [Paula Ramos] - How do you design for a country that is not native to your own? We were tasked to not only design and create for the people of Cape Verde, but to design as if we were living as Cape Verdians. By living in the country and experiencing daily residential life, I was able to develop design philosophies based on my own experiences

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- Cape Verde has a large shipping industry being they are a major importer of goods. This provides shipping containers as a cheap, spacious and plentiful building material. When installed with lighter colors and minor amounts of insulation, the containers reduce heat gain without eliminating the modern aspects of design


LOW TECH SOLUTIONS - Creating a wind turbine with easily found materials and made without any advanced machinery - Idea is to create a low tech energy source using natural energy and be something simple enough to be built by persons without a mechanical background


PLANNED DEVELOPMENT

RURAL / NO DEVELOPMENT

CONCEPTS - Energy testing measured current and future heat gain of the house [concept improves solar heat gain drastically] - High recycled content and materials easily obtainable in the country [i.e. shipping containers]

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UNPLANNED DEVELOPMENT


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FORM

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- The form derives from a play on movement as well as program. Containers pushed in define public space and containers pulled out activate private space; living spaces have both uses so there is a push and pull within each floor/apartment allowing for more playful exterior form


03

{PARK}ing lot

guerilla architecture


Spring 2009 - {PARK}ing Lot [Mo Zell] Program - Guerilla Architecture - Our objective was to take action on a site in the City of Milwaukee and bring about awareness about a particular issue or idea - Due to the lack of usable green space and the abundance of surface parking, our goal was to push the idea that “Green is Good” - We chose a large, open, unused site which we made into our own “parking lot” and then covered it with grass, signifying that these lots can be used for something positive and usable rather than unusable parking space; something already in abundance within the city

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- Within days of the installation being completed, the city posted signage saying that our installation was a no parking zone. We also discovered that there was evidence of animals using the green space, in many ways signifying that we had succeeded in our mission of turning a desolate area into something that is accepted by nature


04

dormitory

uwm student housing


Fall 2009 - Architecture Design 1 [John Fox] Program - Dormitory

Image: UWM

- Create a dormitory accommodating 400 beds, with spaces for studying, relaxing, working out, classrooms, and offices - I used music as inspiration due to its energy, movement and ability to effect one’s emotions, similar to daily campus life. The abstracted form of music is expressed in the façade allowing one to read the building as though it were a piece of music

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- Each room is designed to separate the various experiences in a dorm room: changing, relaxing and studying


FORM - The form of the dormitory derives from the movement and energy of music, creating unique floor plates; every level correlates to a different part of the musical score BUILDING CONTOUR CONCEPTS - A, B, C FUNCTION - The dorm room is designed with designated spaces, allowing the resident to pass through multiple thresholds, or zones “My Favorite Things� by Richard Rodgers

A B

C


change

live

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work


EXPERIENCE: professional works


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tri-north builders

urban league of greater madison

Image(s): Tri-North Builders


2009 - Tri-North Builders [internship] Program - Urban League of Greater Madison [ULGM] Completion - 2009 - While at Tri-North Builders, I assisted with the building processes ensuring all vendors received bid invitations and completed rankings of submitted bid proposals - On-site experience at the ULGM worksite; completed daily reports, observed the entire building process including the installation of green products [goal for LEED Silver] to verify that LEED status was maintained - Completed meeting minutes for all meetings attended

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- Assisted with LEED certification documentation for ULGM and various other construction projects through Tri-North Builders


06

m&e architects

lindsay heights nsp

Image(s): M&E Architects


2012 - Lindsay Heights Neighborhood Stabilization Project Program - 16 individual and multi-family housing units Completion - 2013 [all 16 units] - 16 residential houses [5 single family, 11 duplexes] were in foreclosure and bought by a developer with the intention to renovate these units scattered throughout the Lindsay Heights neighborhood in Milwaukee. The goal is to positively impact the blighted neighborhood to improve the quality of life greatly over time - I assisted in measuring each existing unit in its current state, resolved outstanding design flaws, and developed plan modifications to ensure convenience for new tenants - I created construction documents for all 16 residential properties

KITCHEN 200

STAIR PANTRY 201

D

2' - 6"

BATH 202

3' - 4"

BEDROOM 206 BEDROOM 209 D

STAIR 3' - 4"

3' - 4"

U

4' - 0"

3' - 4"

PASSAGE 205

DINING 204

DEN 207

LIVING 208

5' - 6"

BEDROOM 203

Existing/Demolition 2' - 0" ALIGN BOTH SIDES

NEW 42" W x 62" H SILL @ 30" AFF

SAFETY GLAZING

3

4 REF

BATH 205 A103

BEDROOM 203

2

BEDROOM 200

EQ

3

STAIR

EQ

KITCHEN 208

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

A104

D 3' - 4"

LINEN

4' - 0"

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

PASSAGE 204

6' - 5"

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

EQ

3' - 6"

U

4' - 0"

D STAIR

EQ

BEDROOM 206

LIVING 202

DINING 201

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

EQ

BEDROOM 207

EQ 2' - 0"

Alteration

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SAFETY GLAZING

ALIGN BOTH SIDES


1

2

3

4

5

6

INTERIOR DEMOLITION NOTES: THE INTENT OF THIS DRAWING IS TO SHOW THE EXTENT OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION. PRIOR TO DEMOLITION. VERIFY THAT WALLS TO BE DEMOLISHED ARE NOT LOAD BEARING WALLS. IF WALLS THAT WILL BE DEMOLISHED ARE LOAD BEARING WALLS, CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT FOR APPROPRIATE SOLUTION. CONTRACTOR MUST SALVAGE ALL DEMOLISHED SYSTEMS THAT CAN BE RECYCLED FOR RE-USE AS DIRECTED BY OWNER. BASEMENT: 01. DEMO ALL NON-LOAD BEARING WALLS AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES EXCEPT WALLS THAT SUPPORT EXISTING STAIR, REMOVE ONLY LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W2. REMOVE ALL DOORS & DOOR FRAMES AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES.

02. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING, HVAC & ELECTRICAL FIXTURES (SEE MEP PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL DEMO NOTES.)

D

KITCHEN 200

03. IF ANY EXTERIOR WALL FURRING EXISTS, REMOVE DOWN TO MASONRY OR CONCRETE WALL TO EXPOSE MOISTURE DAMAGE & PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE WALL FINISH SYSTEM PER WALL TYPE W1.

STAIR

04. EXCEPT NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE EXISTING CHIMNEY COMPLETE FROM BASEMENT TO EXTERIOR OF ROOF.

PANTRY 201

05. IF EXISTING STAIR & RAILINGS ARE DAMAGED, REMOVE COMPLETELY AND PREPARE TO RECEIVE NEW STAIR & RAILING SYSTEMS.

D

1ST & 2ND FLOORS: 1. REMOVE ALL INTERIOR WALLS LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE / EXTEND STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W3. REMOVE ALL DOORS & DOOR FRAMES & PREPARE EXISTING OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS.

2' - 6"

BATH 202

3' - 4"

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PROJECT INFORMATION

3. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING, HVAC & ELECTRICAL FIXTURES (SEE MEP PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL DEMO NOTES.) 3' - 4"

LINDSAY HEIGHTS NSP

5. REMOVE LATHE & PLASTER FROM CEILING DOWN TO FLOOR JOISTS. PREPARE FLOOR JOISTS TO RECEIVE NEW CEILING FINISH PER FLOOR TYPE F2 (SINGLE FAMILY) & TYPE F3 (DUPLEX). 6. REMOVE EXISTING FLOOR FINISH DOWN TO EXISTING WOOD FLOOR. IF WOOD FLOOR EXISTS, PROVIDE ALTERNATE FOR REFINISHING. IF WOOD FLOOR DOES NOT EXIST, PREPARE EXISTING FLOOR SHEATHING TO RECEIVE NEW FLOOR FINISH PER SPECIFICATIONS.

DINING 204

DEN 207

2601 West Wells Street Milwaukee WI 53233

LIVING 208

5' - 6"

BEDROOM 203

C

2

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BEDROOM 209

PASSAGE 205

2. CUT AND REMOVE WALLS COMPLETELY AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES EXCEPT WALLS THAT SUPPORT EXISTING STAIR, REMOVE ONLY LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W3.

4. IF EXISTING STAIR & RAILINGS ARE DAMAGED, REMOVE COMPLETELY AND PREPARE TO RECEIVE NEW STAIR & RAILING SYSTEMS.

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BEDROOM 206

STAIR 3' - 4"

06. REMOVE ALL EXISTING PLASTER & LATHE CEILINGS.

D

C

SECOND FLOOR - UPPER UNIT (EXISTING / DEMO)

ISSUANCE AND REVISIONS

1/4" = 1'-0"

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

B

REVISIONS #

DATE

DESCRIPTION

BATH 106

BEDROOM 104

7' - 0"

U

PANTRY 109

D

B

STAIR

KITCHEN 109

D

STAIR

VEST 101

3' - 4" 3' - 4"

U

3' - 4"

PASSAGE 105

SHEET INFORMATION

BEDROOM 107

DEN 103

LIVING 102

5' - 6"

BEDROOM 108

ENTRY 100

A

A

PROJECT MANAGER

MO / IM

PROJECT NUMBER

004P-11 MARCH 16, 2012

DATE

FLOOR PLANS EXISTING / DEMO

1 1

2 2

1

A101

FIRST FLOOR - LOWER UNIT (EXISTING / DEMO) 1/4" = 1'-0"

3 3

4 4

5 5

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© Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc.

EXTERIOR DEMOLITION NOTES: THE INTENT OF THIS DRAWING IS TO SHOW THE EXTENT OF EXTERIOR ENVELOPE SELECTIVE DEMOLITION. IF DURING DEMOLITION CONTRACTOR DISCOVER THAT STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS SHOW SEVERE DAMAGE, CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT FOR APPROPRAITE SOLUTION.

1. REMOVE COMPLETELY ON ALL EXTERIOR WALLS VENEER SYSTEM DOWN TO EXISTING SHEATHING. REMOVE ALL INTERIOR LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO EXISTING STUDS. REMOVE EXISTING CAVITY INSULATION IF ANY. PREPARE SHEATHING & STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW WALL SYSTEM PER WALL TYPE W2. 2. REMOVE COMPLETELY ON ALL EXTERIOR WALLS ALL DOOR & WINDOW SYSTEMS. PREPARE/MODIFY EXISTING OPENINGS TO RECIEVE NEW DOOR & WINDOW SYSTEMS PER SPECIFICATIONS & NEW SIZE REQUIREMENTS (WHERE APPLICABLE).

D

3. REMOVE COMPLETELY ROOF SHINGLES DOWN TO EXISTING SHEATHING. REMOVE INTERIOR LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO EXISTING ROOF JOISTS. REMOVE CAVITY INSULATION IF ANY. PREPARE SHEATHING & JOISTS TO RECEIVE NEW ROOFING SYSTEM PER ROOF TYPE R1.

3

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EXTERIOR WALLS W1. BASMENT EXTERIOR WALLS: - REPAIR EXISTING BASEMENT WALLS PER SPECIFICATIONS.

C

E1. EAVES: - REPAIR ROOF EAVES / FASCIAS PER SPECIFICATIONS. - PROVIDE GUTTER & DOWNSPOUT (CONNECT TO STORM) PER SPECIFICATIONS.

2

1/4" = 1'-0"

2 2 2 West Washington Ave, Suite 650 M a d i s o n, W i s c o n s i n 5 3 7 0 3 tel 608 442 5350 fax 608 442 6680

ALL EXTERIOR SYSTEMS MUST BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THIS PROJECT.

1/8" = 1'-0"

PROJECT INFORMATION

LINDSAY HEIGHTS NSP

ROOF & EAVES R1. ROOFS: - SHINGLES PER SPECIFICATIONS. - #30 FELT WITH ICE & WATER SHIELD-36" WIDE AT EAVES, VALLEYS & ADJACENT WALLS. - BUILDING PAPER WITH ICE & WATER SHIELD PER SPECIFICATIONS. - EXISTING SHEATHING & FRAMING-REPAIR / EXTEND AS REQUIRED. - INSULATION PER SPECIFICATIONS (R-13 CAVITY & R-38 CONTINUOUS). - VAPOR BARRIER PER SPECIFICATIONS. - 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYPSUM BOARD-FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS. - PROVIDE INSULATION BAFFELS AT EAVES TO EXTEND 6" ABOVE INSULATION ELEVATION.

ELEVATION - NORTH 1

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EXTERIOR SYSTEM NOTES:

ELEVATION - NORTH 3

W2. FIRST FLOOR TO ROOF EXTERIOR WALLS: - FIBER CEMENT SIDING & TRIM. - 1" POLYISOCYANURATE RIGID INSULATION. - AIR INFILTRATION BARRIER-LAP JOINTS & TAPE SEAMS. - EXISTING SHEATHING & STUDS-REPAIR / EXTEND AS REQUIRED. - INSULATION PER SPECIFICATIONS (R-19 MINIMUM). - VAPOR BARRIER PER SPECIFICATIONS. - 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYPSUM BOARD-FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS. - PROVIDE BATT INSULATION BEHIND RIM JOISTS SPACE ON FIRST FLOOR.

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ELEVATION - NORTH 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

4

ELEVATION - WEST

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VENTING - PROVIDE AN AREA EQUAL TO 1/300 OF THE ROOF AREA FOR VENTING; SPLITTING THE HIGH & LOW VENTS EQUALLY.

1/4" = 1'-0"

WINDOWS - REPLACE ALL WINDOWS PER SPECIFICATIONS. SEE SHEET A003 FOR WINDOW WEATHERING DETAIL. THE WINDOW CONTRACTOR NEEDS TO VERIFY THAT ALL WINDOWS MEET THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: - EGRESS: 20"x24" MINIMUM CLEAR OPENING IN ALL BEDROOMS. - LIGHT: 8% MINIMUM OF THE FLOOR AREA NEEDS TO BE GLAZING. - VENTILATION: 3.5% MINIMUM OF THE FLOOR AREA NEEDS TO BE OPERABLE SASH(S).

1. 2.

PROVIDE NEW EXTERIOR WINDOWS & DOORS PER SPECIFICATIONS. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR TO VERIFY IF EXISTING EXTERIOR STAIRS & PATIOS NEED TO BE REPLACED. IF THEY NEED TO BE REBUILT, USE THE FOLLOWING DESIGN CRITERIA: - 5/4" COMPOSITE DECKING ATTACHED TO PRESSURE TREATED 2x8 JOISTS @ 16" OC - 8'-0" MAX SPAN. - (2) 2x12 PRESSURE TREATED PERIMETER BEAM. - PERIMETER BEAM TO BE ANCHORED TO 4x4 PRESSURE TREATED COLUMNS @ 48" OC MAX W/ LAG BOLTS. - CONNECT JOISTS TO PERIMETER BEAM WITH GALVANIZED JOISTS HANGERS. - COLUMN TO BE SET ON 8" CONCRETE SONOTUBE FOOTING (48" BELOW GRADE MIN) WITH GALVANIZED POST BASE. - STAIRS CARRAIGES TO BE CUT FROM 2x12 & SPACED AT 16" OC MAXIMUM. - PROVIDE COMPOSITE GAURDRAIL & HANDRAIL SYSTEM (2x2 PICKETS 4" OC MAX) WHICH MUST WITHSTAND A HORIZONTAL FORCE OF 200 LBS APPLIED TO THE TOP RAIL. - GUARDRAILS: 36" MINIMUM HIGH AFF AT FIRST FLOOR & 42" MINIMUM HIGH AFF AT SECOND FLOOR. - HANDRAILS: 34" MINIMUM HIGH TYPICAL.

ISSUANCE AND REVISIONS

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

B

B

REVISIONS #

DATE

DESCRIPTION

SHEET INFORMATION

A

A

PROJECT MANAGER

MO / IM

PROJECT NUMBER

004P-11 MARCH 16, 2012

DATE

BUILDING ELEVATIONS

5

ELEVATION - SOUTH

6

1/4" = 1'-0"

1

2

ELEVATION - EAST

7

1/4" = 1'-0"

3

4

A200

ELEVATION - GARAGE NE 1/8" = 1'-0"

5

6

© Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc.


1 INTERIOR SYSTEM NOTES:

2

3

4

5

6

ALL INTERIOR SYSTEMS MUST BE PROVIDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SPECIFICATIONS OF THIS PROJECT. USE MOISTURE RESISTANCE GYPSUM BOARD ON INTERIOR OF ALL BATHROOMS & KITCHEN WET AREAS. PROVIDE FLOOR, WALL & CEILING FINISHES PER SPECIFICATIONS. INTERIOR WALLS W3. INTERIOR WALLS (NOT SHADED): - EXISTING STUDS-REPAIR / EXTEND AS REQUIRED. - 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD BOTH SIDES-FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS. W4. INTERIOR WALLS (SHADED): - 2x WOOD STUDS @ 16" OC - ALIGN STUDS WITH EXISTING STUDS. - 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD BOTH SIDES - FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS.

NEW 42" W x 62" H SILL @ 30" AFF

4

KITCHEN 208

BATH 205

REF

3

3' - 4"

LINEN

C

1' - 6"

2' - 6"

1' - 6"

2' - 6"

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EQ

PROJECT INFORMATION

LINDSAY HEIGHTS NSP

6' - 5"

EQ

BEDROOM 206

LIVING 202

DINING 201

2601 West Wells Street Milwaukee WI 53233

EQ

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

BEDROOM 207

C

EQ

8.

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

4' - 0"

PASSAGE 204

3' - 6"

U

F3. FIRST & SECOND FLOOR SYSTEMS FOR ALL DUPLEXES - CONSTRUCT PER GA-FC-5406: - REPAIR / FINISH EXISTING WOOD FLOOR & PROVIDE NEW FLOOR FINISH PER SPECS. - PROVIDE SOUND BOARD UNDER WOOD FLOOR OR SOUND BATT INSULATION IF REUSING WOOD FLOOR. - EXISTING PLYWOOD SHEATHING OR PROVIDE 1/2" PLYWOOD - GLUED & SCREWED TO JOISTS. - EXISTING WOOD JOISTS OR PROVIDE 2x10 WOOD JOISTS @ 16 OC MINIMUM. - SOUND BATT INSULATION PER TESTED DESIGN ABOVE. - 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYPSUM BOARD - FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS.

ALL INTERIOR DOORS ARE NEW & AS SPECIFIED. ALL UNIT ENTRY DOORS TO BE 36" WIDE. ALL OTHER DOORS TO BE 34" WIDE UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL DOORS IN UNIT SEPARATION WALLS & STAIRS TO BE 20 MIN RATED DOOR & FRAME. ALL SLIDING DOORS TO HAVE (2) 30" PANELS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE. ALL PLUMBING FIXTURES ARE NEW & AS SPECIFIED. ALL RANGE & REFRIGERATOR ARE NEW & AS SPECIFIED. ALL WASHER & DRYER ARE NEW & AS SPECIFIED. PROVIDE 1 SHELF & 1 POLE IN ALL CLOSETS PER SPECIFICATIONS. PROVIDE 3 SHELVES IN BATHROOM LINEN CLOSET & SPACED AS DRAWN. IF DAMAGED, REPAIR / REPLACE EXISTING STAIR & RAILING SYSTEMS PER SPECS. SEE EXTERIOR SYSTEM NOTES ON SHEET A200 FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON GAURDRAILS & HANDRAILS. ALL ROOMS TO HAVE A 7'-0" CEILING HEIGHT FOR A MINIMUM OF 50% OF THE ROOM. NOTIFY ARCHITECT IF ROOMS DO NOT MEET THESE DESIGN STANDARDS.

2 2 2 West Washington Ave, Suite 650 M a d i s o n, W i s c o n s i n 5 3 7 0 3 tel 608 442 5350 fax 608 442 6680

D

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

4' - 0"

D STAIR

SAFETY GLAZING

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BEDROOM 200

EQ

FLOORS F1. BASEMENT FLOOR: - REPAIR EXISTING BASEMENT FLOOR PER SPECIFICATIONS. F2. FIRST & SECOND FLOOR SYSTEMS FOR ALL SINGLE FAMILY: - REPAIR / FINISH EXISTING WOOD FLOOR & PROVIDE NEW FLOOR FINISH PER SPECS. - PROVIDE R-19 FOIL FACED INSULATION (FOIL FACE UP) AT UNDERSIDE OF FIRST FLOOR SHEATHING. - 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD ON EXISTING FLOOR JOISTS-FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS.

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BEDROOM 203

2

A103

D

STAIR

EQ

A104

W6. INTERIOR STAIR WALLS FOR ALL DUPLEXES (SHADED & NOT SHADED) - CONSTRUCT PER UL DESIGN U305: - 2x4 WOOD STUDS @ 16" OC. - 3" THICK MINIMUM SOUND BATT INSULATION. - 5/8" TYPE 'X' GYPSUM BOARD BOTH SIDES-FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS.

1.

SAFETY GLAZING

3 ALIGN BOTH SIDES

D

2' - 0" ALIGN BOTH SIDES

W5. INTERIOR FURRING WALLS ON EXTERIOR WALLS IN BATHROOMS (SHADED): - 2x4 WOOD STUDS @ 16" OC. - 5/8" MOISTURE RESISTANCE GYPSUM BOARD - FINISHED PER SPECIFICATIONS.

1" F

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

2' - 0"

2

SECOND FLOOR - UPPER UNIT (ALTERATION)

ISSUANCE AND REVISIONS

1/4" = 1'-0"

2' - 2"

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS ALIGN BOTH SIDES

3' - 0" (FOR 2ND FLR)

3 A104

2' - 6"

1' - 6"

2' - 7"

KITCHEN ELEVATION - EAST

4

D

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

2' - 6"

STAIR

2

BEDROOM 104

BATH 106

3' - 4"

LINEN

4' - 0"

STAIR

SAFETY GLAZING

D

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

VEST 101

2' - 0"

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

PASSAGE 105

1" F

B

REVISIONS #

DATE

1

Date 1

DESCRIPTION Revision 1

4' - 7"

7' - 3"

ENTRY 100

SAFETY GLAZING

5' - 10"

7' - 3"

SAFETY GLAZING

SHEET INFORMATION

4' - 7"

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

EQ

2' - 2"

LIVING 103

EQ

DINING 102

A 2' - 0" (MAX)

MO / IM

PROJECT NUMBER

004P-11 MARCH 16, 2012

DATE

FLOOR PLANS ALTERATION

First Floor 100' - 0" 1" F

3

PROJECT MANAGER

2' - 10"

3' - 0" (FOR 2ND FLR)

2' - 10"

BEDROOM 107

2' - 0"

2' - 0"

NEW WINDOW

A

BEDROOM 108 9' - 8" (VIF)

2' - 2"

EQ

EQ

2' - 9"

A103

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

U 1" F

U

EQ

KITCHEN 109

EQ

1' - 6"

3

REF

ALIGN BOTH SIDES

4

First Floor 100' - 0"

B

4' - 0"

2' - 10"

6' - 0"

3' - 7"

1' - 9"

1' - 6"

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

(REMOVABLE CABINET)

(REMOVABLE CABINET)

2' - 8"

1" F

KITCHEN ELEVATION - WEST

1

1/2" = 1'-0"

1 1

A104

FIRST FLOOR - LOWER UNIT (ALTERATION) 1/4" = 1'-0"

2 2

3 3

4 4

5 5

6 6

© Eppstein Uhen Architects, Inc.

INTERIOR DEMOLITION NOTES: THE INTENT OF THIS DRAWING IS TO SHOW THE EXTENT OF SELECTIVE DEMOLITION. PRIOR TO DEMOLITION. VERIFY THAT WALLS TO BE DEMOLISHED ARE NOT LOAD BEARING WALLS. IF WALLS THAT WILL BE DEMOLISHED ARE LOAD BEARING WALLS, CONSULT WITH ARCHITECT FOR APPROPRIATE SOLUTION. CONTRACTOR MUST SALVAGE ALL DEMOLISHED SYSTEMS THAT CAN BE RECYCLED FOR RE-USE AS DIRECTED BY OWNER. BASEMENT: 01. DEMO ALL NON-LOAD BEARING WALLS AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES EXCEPT WALLS THAT SUPPORT EXISTING STAIR, REMOVE ONLY LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W2. REMOVE ALL DOORS & DOOR FRAMES AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES.

02. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING, HVAC & ELECTRICAL FIXTURES (SEE MEP PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL DEMO NOTES.)

D

03. IF ANY EXTERIOR WALL FURRING EXISTS, REMOVE DOWN TO MASONRY OR CONCRETE WALL TO EXPOSE MOISTURE DAMAGE & PREPARE WALL TO RECEIVE WALL FINISH SYSTEM PER WALL TYPE W1.

D

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2 2 2 West Washington Ave, Suite 650 M a d i s o n, W i s c o n s i n 5 3 7 0 3 tel 608 442 5350 fax 608 442 6680

04. EXCEPT NOTED OTHERWISE, REMOVE EXISTING CHIMNEY COMPLETE FROM BASEMENT TO EXTERIOR OF ROOF.

13

BASEMENT - EXISTING STAIR 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

14

BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

15

BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

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05. IF EXISTING STAIR & RAILINGS ARE DAMAGED, REMOVE COMPLETELY AND PREPARE TO RECEIVE NEW STAIR & RAILING SYSTEMS.

BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 3

205 West Highland Avenue Mi l w a u k e e, W i s c o n s i n 53203 tel 414 690 1256 fax 414 224 7764 M&E Project Number: 004P-11

06. REMOVE ALL EXISTING PLASTER & LATHE CEILINGS.

1/8" = 1'-0"

1ST & 2ND FLOORS: 1. REMOVE ALL INTERIOR WALLS LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE / EXTEND STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W3. REMOVE ALL DOORS & DOOR FRAMES & PREPARE EXISTING OPENINGS TO RECEIVE NEW DOORS.

PROJECT INFORMATION

2. CUT AND REMOVE WALLS COMPLETELY AS INDICATED IN DASHED LINES EXCEPT WALLS THAT SUPPORT EXISTING STAIR, REMOVE ONLY LATHE & PLASTER DOWN TO STUDS & PREPARE STUDS TO RECEIVE NEW DRYWALL PER WALL TYPE W3.

LINDSAY HEIGHTS NSP

3. REMOVE ALL PLUMBING, HVAC & ELECTRICAL FIXTURES (SEE MEP PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL DEMO NOTES.) 4. IF EXISTING STAIR & RAILINGS ARE DAMAGED, REMOVE COMPLETELY AND PREPARE TO RECEIVE NEW STAIR & RAILING SYSTEMS. 5. REMOVE LATHE & PLASTER FROM CEILING DOWN TO FLOOR JOISTS. PREPARE FLOOR JOISTS TO RECEIVE NEW CEILING FINISH PER FLOOR TYPE F2 (SINGLE FAMILY) & TYPE F3 (DUPLEX). 6. REMOVE EXISTING FLOOR FINISH DOWN TO EXISTING WOOD FLOOR. IF WOOD FLOOR EXISTS, PROVIDE ALTERNATE FOR REFINISHING. IF WOOD FLOOR DOES NOT EXIST, PREPARE EXISTING FLOOR SHEATHING TO RECEIVE NEW FLOOR FINISH PER SPECIFICATIONS.

2601 West Wells Street Milwaukee WI 53233 C

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BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 4 1/8" = 1'-0"

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BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 5 1/8" = 1'-0"

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BASEMENT - EXISTING STORAGE 6 1/8" = 1'-0"

ISSUANCE AND REVISIONS

CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS

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SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING STAIR 1 1/8" = 1'-0"

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SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING STAIR 2 1/8" = 1'-0"

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REVISIONS #

DATE

DESCRIPTION

SHEET INFORMATION

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SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING DEN 1/8" = 1'-0"

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SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING LIVING

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1/8" = 1'-0"

SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING BEDROOM

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1/8" = 1'-0"

SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING BATH 1/8" = 1'-0"

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SECOND FLOOR - EXISTING KITCHEN 1/8" = 1'-0"

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PROJECT MANAGER

MO / IM

PROJECT NUMBER

004P-11 MARCH 16, 2012

DATE

INTERIOR PHOTOS EXISTING / DEMO

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FIRST FLOOR - EXISTING LIVING 1/8" = 1'-0"

1

2

FIRST FLOOR - EXISTING DEN 1/8" = 1'-0"

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3

3

FIRST FLOOR - EXISTING BEDROOM 1/8" = 1'-0"

4

4

FIRST FLOOR - EXISTING BATH 1/8" = 1'-0"

5

5

FIRST FLOOR - EXISTING KITCHEN 1/8" = 1'-0"

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innovative bioclimatic european school in crete

Image(s): M&E Architects


2013 - Innovative Bioclimatic European School in Crete Program - K-12 School Completion - TBD (Competition) - The intent of this project is to create a school of the 21st century which will prepare a new generation of scholars to face the challenges of centuries to come. This was accomplished by molding a building that is literally transparent in its anatomy, transcending in its functionality, and transforming in its mission

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- As co-designer on this project, I completed all drafting, modeling and rendering as well as assisted in programming, design layout and presentation boards


CORE CONCEPT N TIO RA ST NI MI AD

- The building is inspired by the sea urchin shell from the shorelines of Crete

OL HO SC RY IMA PR

OL HO SC RY IMA PR

- Each programmatic element is identified by a color, giving the user a visual queue as to where they are within the building. Our goal is to make this school as visually exhilarating as possible to help stimulate young minds

N GARTE KINDER

- Traditionally schools are very opaque and our goal is to do the opposite through transparency. This not only brings in light but also allows for unique ways to teach and learn, from both inside and outside of the classroom FUNCTION

E NIN ZZA ME

- Our goal was to create a school that was all encompassing and encourages collaboration, social interaction, and redefines the way students learn

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OL HO SC RY DA ON SEC

OL HO SC RY DA ON SEC

- We celebrate the diversity of the programs by juxtaposing administration and kindergarten on the ground level; Primary school on the First Level, and Secondary School on the Second Level


ADMINISTRATION

KINDERGARTEN


PRIMARY SCHOOL

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SECONDARY SCHOOL


INDIVIDUAL: personal works


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miscellaneous

drawings/sketches


Drawings/Sketches/Graphic Art 2007-2012 - Hand renderings and developmental quick sketches accomplish key components of the subject matter without losing essential detail and form - Various techniques used range from pencil, pen, marker, paint(s) and computer renderings

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- Many of the computer graphics were done as experiments: trying new things and broadening my graphic horizons


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TEMPERATURES OCTOBER 2010 Residential % commercial

60%

6941554457345933663372 71 44 44 63 64 79418484 5072 51 48 42 53 5482

61 6464 59 59 64 51 39 35 41 43 39 39 39 59 64 737369 66 48 33 51 57 60 55 51 42 51 60 52

CABO VERDE PRAIA, SANTIAGO

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STUDY ABROAD



2013 Portfolio