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Design Portfolio

QINHENG ZHANG

LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP


Contents 01

ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXPANSION

02

CHILDSAFE OFFICE

NEW ENTRANCE AND OFFICE SPACE FOR EXISTING ZOO HOSPITAL

OFFICE BUILDING WITH SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS

03

HIGH-RISE DESIGN

FACADE PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF HIGH-RISE OFFICE AND HOTEL

04

CENTRAL ATTRACTION

A NEW WAY TO INCREASE URBAN ASSET IN NEW YORK

05

CLINAMEN

RELIGIOUS SPACE FROM 4TH DIMENSION

06

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN WORK INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS

OTHER WORK


01ANIMAL HOSPITAL EXPANSION NEW ENTRANCE AND OFFICE SPACE FOR EXISTING ZOO HOSPITAL 2017 PHASE: SD TO CA

The new addition to the Zoo Animal Health Center seeks to provide an updated care facility that satisfies immediate functional and operational needs of the hospital staff while also contributing to the long-term goal of providing increased public awareness of ongoing animal care at the zoo.


[Concept] The massing is responding to the surrounding context. As for the daylight design, since the entrance is facing west, the canopy is extending out for shading and East-side skylight is added to introduce more balanced daylight.


A 6' - 5"

B

4' - 7"

EXISTING WALLS.

1' - 6 5/8"

17' - 11"

NEW WALLS. REFER WALL TYPE TO WALL TYPE SHEET

CONCRETE PORCH BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

2' - 0" 2' - 0"

-0' - 0 1/4"

2' - 0"

12' - 3 3/4"

3' - 0"

F4

8 F6

SURGERY

3

1' - 3 5/8"

100

ANIMAL TREATMENT ROOM

1

A3

6' - 4"

8' - 0"

329 SF 8' - 0"

19' - 2 3/4"

5' - 2"

7 A401

3' - 0"

3' - 1 1/2"

PARKING SPACE

VENT HOLE FOR SCAVENGER 2' - 8 3/4"

7 5/8" 4' - 10 1/2"

1

2 A602

LED FIXTURE MOUNTED TO UNDERSIDE OF UPPER CABINET

100A

LAUNDR

A4

2' - 0"

A2

F4

1' - 4"

F4

1' - 6"

4' - 6"

EQ

101

0' - 0"

LOADING AREA

10

A501

456 SF

A6

A6 6' - 0"

6' - 0"

7' - 6"

-0' - 0 1/4"

A6

11

CORRIDOR 101A

9

10"

A1

EQ

8"

EQ A6

8' - 9 1/4"

CLOSET

EX-2

2

6' - 8 3/8"

CONCRETE PORCH AND STAIRS

3' - 0"

102A

58' - 0"

3

9

F6

6 2' - 0"

4' - 4 1/2"

3' - 0"

3' - 7"

3' - 2"

4' - 0"

2' - 6"

16' - 1 3/8"

102 289 SF

LED FIXTURE MOUNTED TO UNDERSIDE OF UPPER CABINET

2"

OFFICE

EQ

-2' - 0"

WH

OFFICE/ WORKROOM

F6

LAB A4

MECHANICAL

2' - 5 7/8"

EQ

DN

ELECTRIC

7

4

0"

F6

103A

CLOSET

104A

2" 2' - 0"

6' - 8"

1' - 6"

A6T 104B

5

4' - 4 3/8"

3' - 4"

3' - 0"

7

4.1

1' - 6"

A4TT

2' - 3"

224 SF

7' - 0"

2

104

A6

107 SF

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

7 5/8"

2' - 0"

5' - 3 5/8"

6' - 0"

MECHANICAL YARD

RESTROOM

12' - 11 1/2"

3' - 11 5/8"

PHARMACY 103

5' - 11 1/4"

9' - 6 3/8"

3' - 0"

3' - 0" A1

3' - 10"

1' - 6" BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

2' - 3 5/8" 2' - 6 3/4"

17' - 11"

1' - 3 3/4"

10' - 0 5/8"

7' - 1"

38' - 8"

A

[Floor Plan] 1/10" = 1'

F6 F6T

1' - 0"

3' - 8 5/8"

4

A6

2' - 0"

10' - 4 3/8"

4

B

C

N 0

5'

10'

20'

7


2

3

2

3

4

4.1

5

4

4.1

5

MEMBRANE ROOF ON STEEL FRAME (REF. STRUCTURAL)

19' - 2 3/4"

8' - 9 1/4"

16' - 1 3/8"

3' - 8 5/8"

T.O. PARAPET NORTH 16' - 0" T.O. PARAPET SOUTH 13' - 8"

8' - 10 3/4"

3' - 8"

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

1/2" / 1'-0"

2' - 4"

1

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

CEILING LEVEL 10' - 0"

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL MTL-01, ON METAL FURRING WITH 1" BOARD MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT INSULATION, ON 5/8" SHEATHING, ON 6" METAL PANEL METAL FRAMING WITH R19 MINERAL FIBER THERMAL INSULATION, ON 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

A4

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

A1

CONCRETE PORCH

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED LEVEL 01 CORRUGATED METAL 0' - 0" PANEL

1' - 4"

GL-2 SEALED INTEGRAL BLIND GLASS

CONCRETE PORCH AND STAIRS

[West Elevation]5 1/10" = 1'

4.1 8' - 10 3/4"

MTL-3 ALUMINUM-FRAMED GLASS ENTRY DOOR

4

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

CONCRETE PORCH AND STAIRS

3

3' - 8 5/8"

2

16' - 1 3/8"

1

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

ZEROSCAPING PLANT

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

8' - 9 1/4"

2

DOWNSPOUT

1 19' - 2 3/4"

3

4

4.1

5 MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

MEMBRANE ROOF ON STEEL B1FRAME (REF. STRUCTURAL)

B2

T.O. PARAPET NORTH

3' - 8"

MECHANICAL YARD

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

EXISTING BUILDING

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

CORRIDOR

LAB

100

101

102

B

C

17' - 11"

11' - 4 3/8"

LEVEL 01 0' - 0" PRE-FINISHED METAL GUTTER WITH

C

DOWNSPOUT

2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE

EAST ELEVATION 103 1/4" = 1'-0"

B

A

7' - 1" 7' - 1"

PRE-FINISHED METAL GUTTER WITH OVERFLOW SCUPPER

OVERFLOW SCUPPER

PHARMACY 3

7' - 8"

SURGERY

10' - 0"

16' - 0"

2' - 4"

CEILING LEVEL 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

6' - 0"

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

2' - 4"

16' - 0"

6' - 0"

MTL-2B PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED PERFORATED METAL PANEL

Ground level -3' - 0"

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

3' - 0"

3' - 0"

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

ZEROSCAPING PLANT

13' - 8"

PRE -FINISHED ALUMINUM BOX FRAME AT WINDOW

19' - 0"

A1

10' - 0"

A4

10' - 9 3/4"

DOWNSPOUT A3

7' - 8"

11' - 4 3/8"

7' - 8"

17' - 11" 24' - 0"

3' - 1 5/8"

DOWNSPOUT

[North-South Section] 1/10" = 1'

A 8' - 0"

B 17' - 11"

1' - 6 5/8"

MEMBRANE ROOF ON STEEL FRAME (REF. STRUCTURAL)

T.O. PARAPET NORTH

EXISTING BUILDING

16' - 0"

6' - 0"

EXPANSION JOINT

CEILING LEVEL 10' - 0"

MTL-2B PRE-FINISHED

SOUTH ELEVATION CORRUGATED PERFORATED METAL PANEL 1/4" = 1'-0" WOOD SEAT CONC-1 EXPOSED ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE

1 COVERED PORCH AREA

SURGERY 100

LEVEL 01 0' - 0"

[East-West section] 1/10" = 1'

1' - 4"

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

EXISTING CONCRETE BUILDING MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

NORTH ELEVATION 1/4" = 1'-0"

COV POR

EXISTING TREATMENT ROOM

7' - 6"

2

16' - 0"

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

ARCHITECTURAL EXPOSED STEEL FRAMING MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

10' - 0"

A

1

1/4" / 1'0" SLOPE

0

5'

10'

20'


A

OVERLAND

10"

P A R T N E R S

A R C H I T E C T S

203 E Jones Ave San Antonio, Texas 78215 TEL (210) 829-7003 FAX (210) 829-0844

A VARIES

METAL FURRING SYSTEM MTL-2B PRE-FINISHED 1 1/2" BOARD INSULATION CORRUGATED PERFORATED METAL PANEL FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR BARRIERS

1' - 4"

BID SET ADDENDUM 2

[Roof Section Detail] 1 1/2" = 1' B WEEPS AT 2' O.C. #4@12" DOWELS , VERIFY WITH STRUCRTURE

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED WEEPS AT 2' O.C. CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

8/9/2017 6:07:03 PM

WATERPROOFING (ABOVE)

SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING

08 / 04 /

Date

10' - 0"

FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR

0' - 10" 1' - 4"

MTL-01, ON METAL FURRING WITH 1" BOARD INSULATION, ON 5/8" SHEATHING, ON 6" 1707 METAL FRAMING WITH R19 MINERAL FIBER THERMAL 2017 INSULATION, ON 5/8" GYPSUM COMPRESSIBLE FILL BOARD

QZ RW

Drawn by

BARRIERS VAPOR RETARDER GYPSUM SHEATHING EXISTING5/8" HALLWAY

Checked by

A401

CONTINUOUS PRE-FORMED EXPANSION

WALL SECTION - SUGERY RMJOINT COMPRESSIBLE FILL 1/2" = 1'-0"

CORRIDOR LEVEL 01 101 0' - 0"

LEVEL 01 0' - 0"

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD EXISTING ROOF MEMBRANE TO BE SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED FLASHED INTO NEW CURB METAL FRAME

CEILING LEV PE 10' -

SURGERY

2" E.J.

100

1 A601

DETAIL - METAL WALL AT ELEVATION CHANGE 3 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

WEEPS AT 2' O.C.

Proje Date

EXISTING CONCRETE ROOF

EXISITING BUILDING CMU WALL

FOUNDATION SHEET WATERPROOFING

Draw

VAPOR RETARDER

Chec

INTERIOR EXPANSION JOINT TRIM ASSEMBLY

[Wall Section - Corridor] 1/5" = 1'

EX SE DE

BOARD INSULATION

DETAIL - ROOF AT GUTTER AND DOWNSPOUT 5 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

VAPOR RETARDER

PREFINISHED ALUMINUM FLASHING AND TRIM

CONTINUOUS PRE-FORMED EXPANSION PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD JOINT COMPRESSIBLE FILL SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING

7' - 8"

101

1' - 10 1/4"

LINE OF EXISTING

CORRIDOR BUILDING DOUBLESHEET T FOUNDATION

0' - 2" E.J.

Project number

1 1/2" BOARD INSULATION

BOARD INSULATION

VAPOR RETARDER

FOUNDATION SHEET WATERPROOFING FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR BARRIERS FLEXIBLE FLASHING SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FOAM CLOSURE STRIP FLASHING

REQ. EXP. WIDTH

METAL FURRING SYSTEM

METAL FURRING SYSTEM

CONCRETE SLAB WITH GRADE BEAMS (REF. S

PRE-FINISHED ALUMINUM PREFINISHED ALUMINUM FLASHING AND CLOSURE TRIM TRIM

Ground level -3' - 0"

8' - 2"

LEVEL 01 0' - 0"

1

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

MTL-1 PRE-FINISHED FLAT METAL PANEL

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

1

CONCRETE SIDEWALK. REFER TO STRUCTURE ALUMINUM WINDOWS

100 CEILING LEVEL 10' - 0"

PRE-FINISHED METAL DOWNSPOUT

1 3

RA-01, 2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE, ON COVERBOARD, ON 5" RIGID INSULATION (R-30), ON METAL STRUCTURE

FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR 1 1/2" BOARD INSULATION BARRIERS

16' - 0"

1

2 7/8" METAL A601 FURRING CHANNEL

PERMIT SET

SURGERY

1' - 10"

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

2" PRE-FINISHED ALUMINUM CORRUGATED METAL

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

T.O. PARAPET SOUTH 13' - 8"

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

EXPANSION JOINT

STRUCTURAL BASE PL (REF. STRUCTURAL) No.

3" CLEAR COVER FLEXIBLE FLASHING

0' - 8"

GL-1 CLEAR GLASS

FLOOR BASE AS SCHEDULED

8"

OVERFLOW SCUPPER SLOT IN GUTTER

EXISTING BLDG ROOF

7' - 8"

2' - 0"

RIGID INSULATION MTL-01, (R-30) ON METAL FURRING WITHMTL-1 1" BOARD INSULATION, PRE-FINISHED FLAT ON 5/8" SHEATHING, ON 6" METAL PANEL METAL FRAMING WITH R19 METAL FURRING SYSTEM MINERAL FIBER THERMAL ALIGN AND SECURE TO METAL STUD INSULATION, ON 5/8" GYPSUM FRAMING 4' - 9" PER MANUFACTURER'S BOARD REQUIREMENTS

1 FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR A601 BARRIERS

LEVEL 01 0' - 0"

EXTERIOR SECTIONS AND DETAILS

PRE-FINISHED METAL GUTTER

COVER BOARD

2' - 6"

T.O. PARAPET NORTH 16' - 0"

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

1' - 1"

1' - 7"

VEL ' - 0"

level ' - 0"

0' - 8"

2' - 4"

16' - 0"

B

L 01 ' - 0"

0' - 5 1/2"

5/8" GYPSUM SHEATHING

FOUNDATION FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE SHEET AIR BARRIERS WATERPROOFING 5/8" GYPSUM SHEATHING

LEVEL 01 0' - 0"

5B

SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING

2" PRE-FINISHED ALUMINUM CORRUGATED METAL

6' - 0"

RA-01, 2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE, ON COVERBOARD, ON 5" RIGID INSULATION (R-30), ON METAL STRUCTURE 2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE

1' - 7"

EXISTING ASPHALT GROUND

3903 San

A

VAPOR PREFORMED METAL PARAPET RETARDER GRAVEL STOP

1' - 0"

Ground level RIGID INSULATION -3' - 0" (R-30)

5

PET UTH NG LEVEL ' - 8" 10' - 0"

FILTER FABRIC

2' - 0"

2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE

AN AD

BOARD FORM CONCRETE PLANTER BEDS

01

1' - 4"

RA-01, 2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE, ON LEVEL 5/8" GYPSUM SHEATHING COVERBOARD, ON 5" RIGID 0' - 0" INSULATION (R-30), ON METAL STRUCTURE 6" METAL STUD FRAMING VAPOR RETARDER

COVER BOARD

WALL SECTION - ENTRY 1/2" = 1'-0" DETAIL - WINDOW SURROUND AT LAB 3 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

- TYPICAL PORCH SOFFIT AND FASCIA 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

4

3' - 0"

DOUBLE GLAZED INTEGRAL BLIND ASSEMBLY. SEE MANUFACTURER'S SPECS.

07/07/2017 08/01/2017

Date

0' - 2"

1

1 3

DETAIL - SECTION AT PHARMACY WINDOW SILL 6 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

6' - 0"

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

6 A601

3 A601DETAIL

Description

No.

CONTINUOUS BEAT OF SEALANT

ALUMINUM WINDOW

SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE FLASHING

103

BATT INSULATION

ALUMINUM WINDOW

3" CLEAR COVER

5/8" GYPSUM SHEATHING

PHARMACY

6" METAL STUD FRAMING

101

FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR BARRIERS

FOAM CLOSURE STRIP

10" VARIES

CORRIDOR

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

7 A601

BARRIERS GL-2 SEALED 3903 N St Mary's St, INTEGRAL 5/8" GYPSUM SHEATHING BLIND GLASS San Antonio, TX, 78212

DOUBLE GLAZED INTEGRAL BLIND ASSEMBLY. SEE MANUFACTURER'S SPECS.

6 A401

2 A601

Mech Arup 10370 Houst TEL (

ACOUSTIC PANEL, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

ANIMAL HOSPITAL ADDITION FLUID-APPLIED MEMBRANE AIR

2' - 4"

3' - 6"

1' - 0"

DOUBLE GLAZED INTEGRAL BLIND ASSEMBLY. SEE FOUNDATION SHEET MANUFACTURER'S SPECS. WATERPROOFING

FOAM CLOSURE STRIP

FOAM CLOSURE STRIP

3"X3" GALVANIZED ALUMINUM L-PROFILE TRIM PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD DOUBLE GLAZED INTEGRAL SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED MTL-2B BLIND ASSEMBLY. SEE METAL FRAME 2" PRE-FINISHED ALUMINUM CORRUGATED PRE-FINISHEDMETAL MANUFACTURER'S SPECS. CORRUGATED 7/8" METAL PERFORATED FURRING CHANNEL METAL PANEL 1 1/2" BOARD INSULATION

VAPOR RETARDER

[Wall Section - Pharmacy] 1/5" = 1' PRE-FINISHED WINDOW TRIM EXTENSION SURROUND

Struc Arup 10370 Houst TEL (

ALUMINUM WINDOW

A

3' - 0"

3/16" PAINTED ALUMINUM PLATE

METAL FURRING SYSTEM

P A R

203 E San A TEL (

4' - 0"

9 1/2"

ARCHITECTURAL EXPOSED PRE-FINISHED WINDOW STEEL FRAMING TRIM EXTENSION WEEPS AT 2' O.C. SURROUND #4@12" DOWELS , VERIFY WITH STRUCRTURE ALUMINUM Ground WINDOWS level MTL -2B PRE-FINISHED -3' - 0" CORRUGATED PERFORATED METAL PANEL. 0' - 10" EXISTING ASPHALT 2' - 6" ANGLE PAINTED 1.5"X1.5" ALUMINUM GROUND

T.O. PARAPET 1 1/2" BOARD INSULATION NORTH

OV

2" PRE-FINISHED ALUMINUM CORRUGATED METAL

BOARD FORM DETAIL - SECTION AT PHARMACY CONCRETE PLANTER WINDOW HEADER 7 BEDS 1 1/2" = 1'-0" GLASS ENTRY MTL-3 ALUMINUM-FRAMED FILTER FABRIC DOOR

16' - 0"

RIGID INSULATION (R-30)

103 6 A601

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

EL 01 "

COVER BOARD

A

6" METAL STUD FRAMING

A

R

2-PLY SBS MODIFIED ROOF MEMBRANE

PHARMACY

MTL -2B PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED PERFORATED METAL PANEL. ON METAL FURRING WITH 1" BOARD MTL-02, INSULATION, ON 5/8" SHEATHING, ON 6" METAL FRAMING WITH R19 MINERAL FIBER CONTINUOUS BEAT OF SEALANT THERMAL INSULATION, ON 5/8" GYPSUM 3 BOARD A601

METAL FURRING SYSTEM MTL-2B LEVEL 01 PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED PERFORATED SELF ADHERED 0' - 0" MEMBRANE METAL PANEL FLASHING

0' - 10"

7 A601

FOAM CLOSURE STRIP

2' - 6"

01

PAINTED GYPSUM BOARD SOFFIT, ON SUSPENDED BATT INSULATION METAL FRAME

3' - 6"

4' - 0"

VARIES

RIDOR

ACOUSTIC PANEL, ON SUSPENDED METAL FRAME

SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE GL-2 SEALED FLASHING INTEGRAL BLIND GLASS METAL FLASHING

VARIES

PREFORMED METAL PARAPET Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineer GRAVEL STOP Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite 475, SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE Houston, Texas 77042 FLASHING TEL (713) 783-2787

MTL-2A PRE-FINISHED CORRUGATED METAL PANEL

3' - 0"

Sim

10"

ED GYPSUM BOARD T, ON SUSPENDED L FRAME

4 A601

A

Structural Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite 475, Houston, Texas 77402 TEL (713) 783-2787

1

WALL SECTION - SUGERY RM

1/2" = 1'-0" [Expansion Joint Section Detail] 1 1/2" = 1'

R CORNER AT 1

DETAIL - SECTION AT CLERESTORY ALONG EXPANSION JOINT 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

9


02CHILDSAFE OFFICE

OFFICE BUILDING WITH SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS 2016-2017 PHASE: SD TO DD

The mission for ChildSafe is to restore dignity, hope, and trust to children traumatized by abuse and neglect. The project mission is to create a facility that will be a beacon of hope to support total care and restoration for our county’s abused children.The concept is to create a hear-warm space for staff and children through space design and material selection.


TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6"

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4" LEVEL 02 14' - 0" LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL 0 -2' - 6"

[East Elevation] 1/80" = 1'

TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4

LEVEL 0 14' - 0 GENERAL NOTES 1. REFER TO LS-SERIES DRAWINGS FOR CODE SUMMARY AND THE PROJECT MANUAL FOR CODE ANALYSIS. 2. REFER TO A-SERIES FOR DIM PLANS, TAGS, ETC. 3. REFER TO C-SERIES FOR CIVIL. 4. REFER TO L-SERIES FOR LANDSCAPE.

[South Elevation] 1/80" = 1'

Architect LEVEL Overland Partners Architects 203 East Jones Ave, 0' Suite - 01 San Antonio, Texas 78215 LEVEL TEL (210) 829-7003 FAX (2

-2' - 6

Landscape Architect Rialto Studio, Inc. 2425 Broadway, Suite 105 San Antonio, Texas 78215 TEL (210) 828-1155 FAX (2

Civil Engineer Pape - Dawson Engineers, I 2000 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, Texas 78213 TEL (210) 375-9000

Structural Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 TEL (713) 783-2787

Mechanical Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 TEL (713) 783-2787

CONFERENCE 1221 289 SF

BREAK ROOM 1220 153 SF

WORK STATION 1222 203 SF

CPS WAITING 1201 187 SF

MAILROOM 1218 48 SF RECEPTION 1217 84 SF OFFICE MACHINE 1219 23 SF C. WORKERS OPEN OFFICE 1223 664 SF

UNISEX 1202 56 SF

ENCLOSED FILE ROOM + PREP ROOM 1230 468 SF

INTERVIEW 1315 116 SF

OBSERVATION 1323 93 SF

INTERVIEW 1314 Redundant

OBSERVATION 1324 94 SF

FAMILY WAITING 1304 145 SF

CIRCULATION 1325 370 SF

STORAGE 1312 101 SF

CIRCULATION 1300 875 SF UNISEX 1311 56 SF

FI OPEN OFFICE 1310 720 SF

INTERVIEW 1405 95 SF

CIRCULATION 1403 181 SF

INTERVIEW 1406 95 SF

FAMILY WAITING 1306 139 SF

IT RM 1402 70 SF

OBSERVATION 1428 87 SF

MALE 1427 54 SF SOFT INTERVIEW 1408 183 SF

SAPD SUPERVISOR 1409 134 SF

FAMILY WAITING 1305 136 SF

STAIR 3 1309 222 SF

INTERVIEW 1404 95 SF

SAPD DETECTIVE 1410 108 SF

UP SAPD STORAGE 1420 109 SF

RECEPTION 1418 54 SF

BEXAR INVESTIGATOR 1422 BEXAR 108 SF INVESTIGATOR BEXAR 1423 INVESTIGATOR 108 SF 1426 BEXAR 108 SF INVESTIGATOR 1425 BEXAR 107 SF INVESTIGATOR 1424 107 SF

SAPD DETECTIVE 1412 109 SF

SAPD DETECTIVE 1413 107 SF

INTERV. ROOM 1208 112 SF

INTERV. ROOM 1207 114 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1108 106 SF

SHARED FILE ROOM 1107 292 SF

RAINBOW ROOM 1212 321 SF

MAIN ENTRY

FAMILY SPEC. 1103 104 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1105 107 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1102 108 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1116 99 SF

MAIN LOBBY/WAITING AREA 1000 687 SF JANITOR 1029 93 SF HOUSE KEEPING / STORAGE 1011 161 SF

RECEPTION 1001 162 SF

IT RM 1018 45 SF ELECTRICAL 1014 122 SF

CIRCULATION 1021 487 SF

STORAGE 1005 30 SF

UP

KIDS UNISEX 1006 56 SF

QUIET ROOM 1007 95 SF

3730 IH 10 E, San Antonio, T

FEMALE 1008 293 SF

STORAGE 1024 236 SF

UP

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 1023A

PRE-FUNCTION 1022 624 SF PROB. OFFICER 1522 120 SF

ENTRY

G IN ID DIV

W

AL

L

PROB. SUPERVISOR 1523 149 SF

LOBBY 1028 210 SF

MAIL 1524 42 SF

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM 1023B

JUVENILE PROBATION WAITING 1500 232 SF

CATERING SUPPORT 1026 379 SF

UNISEX 1502 54 SF

STORAGE 1025 333 SF

VESTIBULE 1506 66 SF

IT RM 1509 67 SF

UNISEX 1507 54 SF SAPD DETECTIVE 1415 106 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1521 117 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1520 115 SF

WORK ROOM 1526 78 SF

RECEPTION 1525 62 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1519 115 SF

FILE ROOM 1528 102 SF

FEMALE 1503 54 SF

MECHANICAL 1027 695 SF

STORAGE 1508 36 SF

SAPD DETECTIVE 1414 108 SF

Interior Designer Studio 8 Architects 611 15th St W Austin, Texas 78701 TEL (512) 473-8989

MECHANICAL YARD 1015 824 SF

BREAK ROOM 1529 127 SF

COMPUTER STATION 1527 185 SF

MALE 1504 54 SF

STAIR 2 1505 253 SF BREAK ROOM 1416 136 SF

Acoustics Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 TEL (713) 783-2787

FUTURE BUILDING EXPANSION

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL 0 -2' - 6"

STORAGE 1017 TRASH/RECYCLE 48 SF FIRE RISER RM 1016 1019 24 SF 231 SF

MALE 1009 290 SF

KIDS WAITING AREA 1004 495 SF KIDS WAITING AREA 1003 391 SF

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4" LEVEL 02 14' - 0"

INTAKE 1013 320 SF

CIRCULATION 1020 162 SF

ELEVATOR 69 SF

FAMILY WAITING 1301 145 SF

Audio Visual and IT Engin Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 TEL (713) 783-2787

VOLUNTEER COORD. 1012 201 SF

CHOSA/FFS 1117 121 SF

FAMILY SPEC./PHONE RESEPTIONIST 1101 104 SF

Plumbing Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 T TEL (713) 783-2787

TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6"

RESOURCE ROOM 1010 1072 SF

UNISEX 1115 53 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1104 107 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1106 103 SF

CS MANAGER 1114 127 SF

FI GROWTH 1308 127 SF

CONFERENCE 1417 183 SF

CIRCULATION 1407 717 SF SAPD DETECTIVE 1411 108 SF

INTAKE COORD. 1113 95 SF

FI GROWTH 1307 136 SF

FAMILY WAITING ROOM 1419 126 SF

BEXAR STORAGE 1421 109 SF

INTERV. ROOM 1209 113 SF

FAMILY WAITING 1302 147 SF FAMILY WAITING 1303 147 SF

Room

OBSERVATION 1313 93 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1112 104 SF

CIRCULATION 1100 657 SF

REF. A 104 FOR LEVEL 01 EAST

OBSERVATION 1322 93 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1111 102 SF

FAMILY WAITING AREA 1002A 1445 SF

OBSERVATION 1321 95 SF

INTERVIEW 1316 118 SF

STORAGE 1330 61 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1110 104 SF

FAMILY WAITNG CIRCULATION 1002B 1740 SF

OBSERVATION 1320 94 SF

INTERVIEW 1317 116 SF

MECHANICAL 1228 800 SF

FAMILY SPEC. 1109 102 SF

VISITATION 1206 135 SF

INTERVIEW 1319 110 SF

INTERVIEW 1318 112 SF

MALE 1401 54 SF

CLIENT EQUIPMENT ROOM 1211 153 SF

FOSTER FAMILY WAITING 1213 98 SF

CIRCULATION 1231 854 SF

SUPERVISOR 1226 114 SF

LAW ENFORCEMENT WAITING 1400 220 SF

INTERV. ROOM 1210 113 SF

TELE/DATA ROOM 1214 107 SF

OFFICE MACHINE 1229

OBSERVATION 1205 95 SF

CIRCULATION 1203 244 SF

SUPPLY ROOM 1215 78 SF

INVESTIGATIVE SUP. 1225 114 SF

SUPERVISOR 1227 111 SF

VISITATION 1204 134 SF

UNISEX 1216 95 SF

REF. A 105 FOR LEVEL 01 WEST

INVESTIGATIVE SUP. 1224 113 SF

Electrical Engineer Arup T 10370 Richmond Ave, Suite Houston, Texas 77042 TEL (713) 783-2787

VESTILBULE 1200 49 SF

CIRCULATION 1501 1023 SF

MEETING ROOM 1511 187 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1512 116 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1513 115 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1514 116 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1515 116 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1516 113 SF

PROB. OFFICER 1518 114 SF

CHILDSAFE BUILDING STORAGE 1517 273 SF

N

KEY PLAN

KEY PLAN - LEVE

CONFERENCE 1510 369 SF

10/26/2017 4:28:03 PM

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

[Ground Floor Plan] 1/80" = 1'

N 0

40'

80'

160'

MICHAEL REY REGISTERED ARCHITECT, TEXAS Project number Date

OCTOB

Drawn by

LEVEL 01 - KEY PLAN 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

Checked by

A


TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6

TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6"

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4

LEVEL 02 14' - 0

LEVEL 1 0' - 0 LEVEL 0 -2' - 6

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4" LEVEL 02 14' - 0" LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL 0 -2' - 6"

[West Elevation] 1/80" = 1'

T

T

GENERAL NOTES 1. REFER TO LS-SERIES DRAWINGS FOR CODE SUMMARY AND THE PROJECT MANUAL FOR CODE ANALYSIS. 2. REFER TO A-SERIES FOR DIM PLANS, TAGS, ETC. 3. REFER TO C-SERIES FOR CIVIL. 4. REFER TO L-SERIES FOR LANDSCAPE.

[North Elevation] 1/80" = 1'

Architect Overland Partners Arc 203 East Jones Ave, San Antonio, Texas 7 TEL (210) 829-7003

Landscape Architec Rialto Studio, Inc. 2425 Broadway, Suite San Antonio, Texas 7 TEL (210) 828-1155

Civil Engineer Pape - Dawson Engin 2000 NW Loop 410 San Antonio, Texas 7 TEL (210) 375-9000

Structural Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

Mechanical Enginee Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

FINANCE GROWTH 2012 232 SF HR 2013 129 SF

CFO 2011 140 SF

EDU. DIRECTOR 2010 138 SF

FAC. DIRECTOR 2009 138 SF

COO 2008 138 SF

COO 2007 138 SF

ROOF TERRACE 2201 575 SF

RESTROOM 2005 42 SF STORAGE 2017 72 SF

OFFICE 2014 126 SF OFFICE 2015 129 SF

DIR. CLIENT SERVICES 2018 139 SF

DIR. CLINICAL SERVICES 2019 138 SF

DEV. DIRECTOR 2020 138 SF

EXEC. ASSIST. 2021 138 SF

PRINT AREA 2022 82 SF

MECHANICAL 2026 645 SF

OPEN TO BELOW

MAIL 2003 66 SF

BREAK ROOM 2023 307 SF

LOUNGE 2025 322 SF

FEAT THERAPIST 2047 167 SF

EDU. SPECIALIST 2033 144 SF

FEAT GROWTH 2053 139 SF

DA OFFICE 2046 133 SF

TEAM LEADER 2034 146 SF

STORAGE 2054 134 SF

DA OFFICE 2045 126 SF

MEP MANAGER 2035 174 SF

MEP GROWTH 2055 134 SF

STAIR 03 2044 219 SF

CIRCULATION 2028 1255 SF

FEMALE 2043 54 SF MALE C.ROOM 2042 94 SF

MALE 2040 54 SF

STORAGE 2039 19 SF

MANAGER 2101 168 SF

CIRCULATION 2131 OFFICE/THERAPY 1171 SF 2122 152 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2103 176 SF

CONFERENCE ROOM 2037 209 SF

MEP GROUP OFFICE 2036 274 SF

3730 IH 10 E, San An

OFFICE/THERAPY 2118 163 SF PCIT 2117 165 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2123 153 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2102 174 SF

OBSERVATION 2116 119 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2124 153 SF

PCIT 2115 160 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2125 153 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2104 171 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2114 152 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2126 153 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2105 166 SF

DN

FEMALE C.ROOM 2041 96 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2120 148 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2121 165 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2119 156 SF

REF. A 106 FOR LEVEL 02 EAST

EDU. COORDINATOR 2032 138 SF

REF. A 107 FOR LEVEL 02 WEST

VOLUNTEER GROUP 2052 530 SF

Interior Designer Studio 8 Architects 611 15th St W Austin, Texas 78701 TEL (512) 473-8989

OPEN TO BELOW

FEMALE 2058 58 SF

WAITING AREA 2100 1325 SF

COMM. MANAGER 2031 129 SF

FEAT THERAPIST 2048 137 SF

MECHANICAL 2056 523 SF

MALE 2057 58 SF

DATA SPECIALIST 2030 123 SF

FEAT THERAPIST 2049 128 SF

Acoustics Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

LEVEL 1 0' - 0" LEVEL 0 -2' - 6"

ELEVATOR 69 SF

OUTDOOR BREAK SPACE 2200 637 SF

FLEX AREA 2024 855 SF

FEAT THERAPIST 2050 131 SF

WAITING AREA 2000 586 SF

STAIR 1

IT RM 2029 85 SF

Audio Visual and IT Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

T.O. PARAPET 632' - 4" LEVEL 02 14' - 0"

IT ROOM 2059

TRASH RM 2027 101 SF GRANT WRITER 2051 119 SF

Plumbing Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

CONFERENCE ROOM 2001 699 SF

FEMALE 2004 58 SF

CIRCULATION 2002 979 SF

SUPPLY 2016 102 SF

Electrical Engineer Arup 10370 Richmond Ave Houston, Texas 7704 TEL (713) 783-2787

TOP OF ROOF 659' - 6"

CEO 2006 269 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2106 164 SF

STORAGE 2128

OFFICE/THERAPY 2107 160 SF

FEMALE 2130 71 SF

GROUP/ART THERAPY 2112 193 SF

MALE 2129 58 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2108 154 SF

EXERCISE ROOM 2038 491 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2113 147 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2127 149 SF

DN

GROUP/MUSIC THERAPY 2109 205 SF

OFFICE/THERAPY 2111 STAIR 2 2110 189 SF

ROOF TERRACE 2202 620 SF

N

KEY PLAN

KEY PLAN - L

10/26/2017 4:29:03 PM

CONSTRUCT DOCUMENTS

[Second Floor Plan] 1/80" = 1'

N 0

40'

80'

160'

MICHAEL REY REGISTERED ARCHITECT Project number Date

LEVEL 02 - KEY PLAN 1 3/32" = 1'-0"

13

Drawn by Checked by

O


[Concept] The roof and wall are integrated and in order to make the iteration easier I have made the dynamo script to automize the process to calculate the intersection points.

[Datum points and Surface] The 12 edge points of the roof are the control points to adjust. It will first create the original sufaces and then process to the next step to calculate the intersection with wall surfaces and recreate the roof piece.

[Intersection calculation] When original surfaces are created, each surface will be extended and get the intersection points with the wall edge line, and then recreate the surface with that point.

[Intersection Calculation]

[Surface Formation]

[Datum Points]


CA

2' - 11 1/2"

0' - 4" STEEL BEAM. REFER TO STRUCTURE STEEL ROOF DECKING 5" BOARD INSULATION

CEE LOCK CLIP STANDING SEAM METAL PANEL HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

CEE LOCK CLIP

HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT

SHEET METAL FLASHING METAL CHANNEL CLOSURE 2 3/4" THERMALLY BROKEN ZEE FURRING CHANNEL STANDING SEAM METAL PANEL HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT

COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING 2" BOARD INSULATION

[Roof Detail] 3/4" = 1'

ROOF EDGE AT OUTDOOR BREAK SPACE 3" = 1'-0"

AT3

AT3

CA

B4

B4 B1 2' - 10 3/4"

METAL ROOF PANELS, ON SLIPSHEET, ON UNDERLAYMENT, ON 1/2" PLYWOOD SHEATHING, ON 5" RIGID INSULATION ON METAL DECK

COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING R-19 BATT INSULATION

3"

EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING

4 A512

6 1/4"

2" BOARD INSULATION HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT

GYPSUM SHEATHING MOISTURE BARRIER

FLEXIBLE FLASHING

2" BOARD INSULATION 1/2" HAT FURRING CHANNEL AT 16" O.C.

METAL SOFFIT PANELS

STANDING SEAM METAL PANEL

5 A511

EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING MOISTURE BARRIER

EDU. COORDINATOR BACKER ROD AND SEALANT 2032 METAL CHANNEL CLOSURE

FLEXIBLE FLASHING

5" BOARD INSULATION STANDING SEAM METAL PANEL PAVER ON ADJUSTABLE CEE LOCK CLIP PEDESTAL

BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

2 3/4" THERMALLY BROKEN ZEE FURRING CHANNEL

MINERAL FIBER CEMENT SIDING SYSTEM

STANDING SEAM METAL PANEL

SHEET METAL FLASHING WITH LEADING EDGE IN SEALANT BED COMPRESSIBLE JOINT FILLER 4 A510

PEDESTRIAN SIDEWALK (REF. LANDSCAPE)

SLOPE, REF. LANDSCAPE

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

2 3/4" THERMALLY BROKEN ZEE FURRING CHANNEL SHEET METAL FLASHING

HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT

LEVEL 02 14' - 0"

FLEXIBLE FLASHING

WEEP BACKER ROD AND SEALANT

COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING

ALUMINUM-FRAMED STOREFRONT

2" BOARD INSULATION

EXTERIOR PLYWOOD SHEATHING COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING

PAINTED GYPSUM WALL BOARD

2 A512

2 A511

2

FAMILY WAITING AREA 1002A

6 1/2"

COLD-FORMED METAL FRAMING

R-19 BATT INSULATION

TYP. ROOF EDGE AT METAL PANEL WALL 3" = 1'-0"

9 3/4"

FIBER CEMENT WALL TRANSITION TO METAL PANEL SOFFIT AND WALL 3" = 1'-0"

ALUMINUM-FRAMED STOREFRONT

2 A621

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

1

METAL SOFFIT PANELS

1303

TYP. FIBER CEMENT WALL BASE AT SIDEWALK 3" = 1'-0"

ALUMINUM WINDOWS 2 A510

6' - 6" R.O.

HIGH TEMPERATURE, SELF ADHERED UNDERLAYMENT

METAL SIDING, ON 2 1/2" ZEE FURING WITH 2" BOARD INSULATION , ON MOISTURE BARRIER, ON 1/2" PLYWOOD SHEATHING, ON 6" METAL FRAMING, ON GYPSUM BOARD

ALUMINUM BRAKE METAL CLOSURE. FINISH TO MATCH ALUMINUM FRAMING SYSTEM.

ACOUSTICAL CEILING PANEL AS SCHEDULED 3" ZEE FURRING CHANNEL

LEVEL 02 14' - 0"

MOISTURE BARRIER

SUSPENDED CEILING GRID

5' - 0"

OUTDOOR BREAK SPACE 2200

STEEL ROOF DECKING

FLEXIBLE FLASHING BRAKE METAL, FINISH TO MATCH CURTAIN WALL

ALUMINUM WINDOW

2' - 6"

3 A511

Sim

FIBER CEMENT SIDING, ON 2" ZEE FURRING WITH 2" BOARD INSULATION, ON MOISTURE BARRIER, ON 1/2" GYPSUM SHEATHING, ON 6" METAL FRAMING, ON GYPSUM BOARD

2' - 6"

ALUMINUM-FRAMED STOREFRONT

6' - 6" R.O.

SHEET METAL FLASHING

4 A511

MINERAL FIBER CEMENT SIDING SYSTEM 2 3/4" THERMALLY BROKEN ZEE FURRING CHANNEL

CEE LOCK CLIP

LEVEL 1 0' - 0"

1 A511

[Wall Section 1] 1/8" = 1'

[Wall Section 2] 1/8" = 1' 15

7 5/8"


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04HIGH-RISE DESIGN

FACADE PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF HIGHRISE OFFICE AND HOTEL 2017 PHASE: SD TO DD

The vision for the site is to activate the Park for the citizens of San Antonio, as well as visitors, by creating an exciting mixed-use development that provides a balance of housing with local retail, hospitality, restaurants, cultural programs, stimulating art and educational spaces, peaceful courtyards, and other opportunities that can be enjoyed and celebrated by the entire community.


[FACADE OPTIMIZATION] SOLAR RADIATION

ANNUAL SOLAR RADIATION

By analyzing the southeast facade, we find that for annual accumulated solar radiation, the facade is uniform while in summer time, the south end actually received more energy and in winter time is the contrary. And when mapping the sunpath with temperature information we find that high sun angles (late morning in summer time) actually carries more energy which make sense to extend horizontal louvers more on the south end and taper down to the north.

SUMMER SOLAR RADIATION

SUMMER SOLAR RADIATION WITH SUNPATH

FOCAL REFLECTION MINIMIZE For a concaved facade, there’s a risk of focal reflection to a certain area. To quantify the risk is Complicated since it will be involves glares, thermal situations. But one solution to mitigate the risk is to add horizontal louvers to break down the reflection rays of light.

DAYLIGHT REFLECTION FROM THE CONCAVED FACADE

AREA RECEIVED DAYLIGHT REFLECTION AT A CERTAIN TIME


BASELINE ASE* = 37.4% SUMMER SR = 200 KW/M2 (ASE: ANNUAL SOLAR EXPOSURE)

Reflection Density REFLECTION DENSITY

258.9

ASE(Hours/yr > 1000 lux)

<250

>250

ANNUAL SOLAR EXPOSURE (ASE)

181.2

278.3

SOLAR RADIATION

OPTIMIZATION

ASE = 14% SUMMER SR = 170 KW/M2 ASE REDUCTION: 62.5% SUMMER SR REDUCTION: 15%

Reflection Density REFLECTION DENSITY

231.6

ASE(Hours/yr > 1000 lux)

ANNUAL SOLAR EXPOSURE (ASE)

<250

184

>250

SOLAR RADIATION

21


[FACADE OPTIMIZATION - LIGHTSHELF]

Baseline Too much daylight close to window would easily cause glare. Meanwhil, there is insufficient daylight for the deep part of the space.

Light shelf Light shelf can mitigate the inbalance light distribution of the interior, redireect light into the deeper space. OVERLAND P A R T N E R S

A R C H I T E C T S

203 E Jones Ave, Suite 104 San Antonio, Texas 78215 TEL (210) 829-7003 FAX (210) 829-0844

Structural Engineer Thornton Tomasetti 115 Wild Basin Road Suite 309 Austin, TX 78746 (512) 580-1750

VARIANCE SET-UP

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineer Integral Group 1711 E. Cesar Chavez Suite C Austin TX 78702 (512) 333-0875

In order to get the optimized combination for the light-shelf, I used 4 variation factor to test: height, interior extension length, exterior extension length, exterior rotation angle. By using grasshopper, all simulation results is recorded and can be pulled up for analysis layer. Landscape Architect GGN 1932 1st Ave Suite 700 Seattle WA 98101 (206) 903-6802 Civil Engineer Pape Dawson 2000 NW Loop 410 Castle Hills TX 78213 (210) 375-9000

4

Audio-Visual / Telecom / Security Name of Company Street Address City, State Zip TEL (XXX) XXX-XXXX FAX (XXX) XXX-XXXX

4

Food Service Design Name of Company Street Address City, State Zip TEL (XXX) XXX-XXXX FAX (XXX) XXX-XXXX Lighting Design Name of Company Street Address City, State Zip TEL (XXX) XXX-XXXX FAX (XXX) XXX-XXXX

LEVEL 05 68' - 0"

Fire Protection/Life Safety FPCG Fire Protection Consulting Group 339 Sandalwood Lane San Antonio TX 78216 210 858 2389

Minimum Height

0' - 6"

INTERIOR EXTENSION

EXTERIOR EXTENSION

1' - 0"

CHILLED BEAM

0' - 3"

3' - 5"

Acoustical Consultant Name of Company Street Address City, State Zip TEL (XXX) XXX-XXXX FAX (XXX) XXX-XXXX

0' - 5 21/32"

Hemisfair Office Building

0' - 6"

ANGLE 2' - 0"

CHILLED BEAM

Maximum Height

LIGHT SHELF

2' - 0"

1' - 0"

1' - 0"

0' - 3"

3' - 5"

2' - 2"

2' - 2"

LEVEL 05 68' - 0"

LIGHT SHELF

4' - 0"

Enter address here

Exterior extension

0' - 5 21/32"

4' - 0"

14' - 0"

14' - 0"

2' - 0"

Date

Description

10' - 7"

No.

HEIGHT

8' - 7"

9' - 7"

10' - 7"

Interior extension Rotation Angle

Maximum ASE

RAISED ACCESS FLOOR

LEVEL 04 54' - 0"

RAISED ACCESS FLOOR

LEVEL 04 54' - 0"

VARIATIONS

CONTROL PANEL IN GH

KEY PLAN

CHILLED BEAM DETAILS 2

CHILLED BEAM ENLARGED SECTION STUDY 2 3/4" = 1'-0"

1

CHILLED BEAM ENLARGED SECTION STUDY 1 3/4" = 1'-0"


THRESHOLD FOR COMBINATIONS This is the visualization of the results, by giving some limits, like the maximum height, maximum angle or minimum annual solar exposure(ASE) we can easily see the preferred results with some requirement.

THRESHOLD: ASE < 5%, HEIGHT = 7 FT THRESHOLD: ASE < 15%

THRESHOLD: ASE < 5%

THRESHOLD: ASE < 10%

THRESHOLD: ASE < 0%

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RL

RM

RN

RO

RK

DIMENSIONED FLOOR PLAN - LEVELS 04-13 3/32" = 1'-0"

A

1

RJ RH RG RF

1 RE

GUEST ROOM 646

RD

GUEST BATH 647

A641

GUEST BATH 644

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GUEST BATH 642

GUEST ROOM 645

GUEST ROOM 643

R1

? ?

GUEST BATH 632

RC RB

GUEST ROOM 609

TYPE 1 TYPE 2 TYPE 3 TYPE 4

GUEST BATH 618

GUEST ROOM 617

GUEST ROOM 619

TYPE 5 TYPE 6 TYPE 7 TYPE 8 TYPE 9

P A R T N E R S

4"X12" EXTRUDED COURSE SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 4"X12" SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 6"X24" POLISHED FACE LIMESTONE 40"X40" SMOOTH DECORATIVE CARVED LIMESTONE 6"X24" SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 9"X24" SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 15"X36" SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 18"X48" SMOOTH FACE LIMESTONE 6"X24" ROUGH FACE LIMESTONE 12"X24" ROUGH FACE LIMESTONE 18"X36" ROUGH FACE LIMESTONE 24"X48" ROUGH FACE LIMESTONE CAST STONE CORNICE

N

GUEST ROOM 613

GUEST BATH 614

GUEST BATH 612

GUEST BATH 620

GUEST ROOM 621

GUEST BATH 622

GUEST ROOM 611

GUEST BATH 610

GUEST BATH 608

GUEST BATH 624

40

GUEST ROOM 623

GUEST ROOM 625

GUEST ROOM 627

GUEST BATH 626

GUEST BATH 628

GUEST BATH 630

GUEST ROOM 629

GUEST ROOM 631

GUEST ROOM 634

GUEST ROOM 635

GUEST BATH 633

GUEST BATH 636

GUEST BATH 638 GUEST ROOM 637

SOUTHERN BALCONY 640

R3

OVER

STONE TYPES

A

203 E Jones Ave, Suite 104 San Antonio, Texas 78215 TEL (210) 829-7003 FAX (21

Structural Engineer Thornton Tomasetti 8750 North Central Expressw Dallas, Texas 75231 (972) 387-8393

Mechanical, Electrical, and Integral Group 1519 E. Cesar Chavez, Suite Austin, TX 78702 (512) 333-0875 TX REG FIRM NO F-15857 Landscape Architect Gustafson Guthrie Nichol 1932 1st Ave Suite 700 Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 903-6802

NORTHERN SUITE 615

Civil Engineer Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc 2000 NW Loop 410 Castle Hills, TX 78213 (210) 375-9000

Fire Protection/Life Safety Fire Protection Consulting Gr 339 Sandalwood Lane San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 858-2389

[TYPICAL FLOOR PLAN]

Retail Consultant CBRE 200 Concord Plaza Dr. #800 San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 225-1000

2

Interior Design The Gettys Group 55 West Wacker Drive, Four Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 647-2217

AH-350 METAL FIN SHADE

Pool Level/Terrace Design Lee & Associates 8601 Ranch Road 2222 Building 1, Suite 290 Austin, TX 78730 (512) 345-8477

ROOF 187' - 0" 17' - 0"

Food Service Design Cons SSA 601 South Harbor Island Bou Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 575-6900

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM: CLEAR GLASS, FRITTED GLASS, AND INSULATED SPANDREL INFILL PANELS 13' - 0"

LEVEL 14 170' - 0"

HPARC P3: AL STREET PRO MIXED-USE H

10' - 0"

LEVEL 13 157' - 0"

10' - 0"

LEVEL 12 147' - 0"

10' - 0"

LEVEL 11 137' - 0" No.

LEVEL 10 127' - 0"

10' - 0" 10' - 0" 10' - 0" 10' - 0" 5' - 0"

LEVEL 08 107' - 0"

LEVEL 07 97' - 0"

LEVEL 06 87' - 0"

GENERAL NOTES

LEVEL 05 77' - 0"

LEVEL 04 67' - 0" MECH 62' - 0"

18' - 0"

STONE CLADDING

LEVEL 09 117' - 0" 1. DIMENSIONS SHOWN ON THIS SHEET ARE TYPICAL AND SHALL BE USED UNLESS SHOWN OTHERWISE IN THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS.

CHANNEL GLASS CLADDING

2. REFER TO LS-SERIES DRAWINGS FOR CODE SUMMARY AND THE PROJECT MANUAL FOR CODE ANALYSIS.

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

G

CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM: CLEAR GLASS PANELS

EXTERIOR EL EAST

LEVEL 03 44' - 0"

PARK LEVEL 5' - 0"

20' - 0" 19' - 0"

A R C H I T E C T S

LEVEL 01 MEZZANINE 12' - 6"

OVERLAND

LEVEL 02 24' - 0"

P A R T N E R S

203 E Jones Ave, Suite 104 San Antonio, Texas 78215 TEL (210) 829-7003 FAX (210) 829-0844

Structural Engineer Thornton Tomasetti 8750 North Central Expressway, Suite 700 Dallas, Texas 75231 (972) 387-8393

Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing Engineer Integral Group 1519 E. Cesar Chavez, Suite 100 Austin, TX 78702 (512) 333-0875 TX REG FIRM NO F-15857

Landscape Architect Gustafson Guthrie Nichol 1932 1st Ave Suite 700 Seattle, WA 98101 (206) 903-6802

Civil Engineer Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc. 2000 NW Loop 410 Castle Hills, TX 78213 (210) 375-9000

Fire Protection/Life Safety Fire Protection Consulting Group 339 Sandalwood Lane San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 858-2389

Retail Consultant CBRE 200 Concord Plaza Dr. #800 San Antonio, TX 78216 (210) 225-1000

Interior Design The Gettys Group 55 West Wacker Drive, Fourth Floor Chicago, IL 60601 (312) 647-2217

Pool Level/Terrace Design Lee & Associates 8601 Ranch Road 2222 Building 1, Suite 290 Austin, TX 78730 (512) 345-8477

Food Service Design Consultant SSA 601 South Harbor Island Boulevard, Suite 211 Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 575-6900

Description

HPARC P3: ALAMO STREET PROJECT MIXED-USE HOTEL

Date

EAST ELEVATION 3/32" = 1'-0"

No.

1

N

1702.1

January 19th, 2018

[SOUTH ELEVATION]

DIMENSIONED FLOOR PLAN - LEVEL 04 - 13

PRELIMINARY Not for regulatory approval, permit or construction.

Project number

Date

AH-143

STEEL STOREFRONT WINDOW SYSTEM

Date

PRELIMINARY Not for regulat approval, perm construction.

Project number Date

A


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05CENTRAL ATTRACTION

A NEW WAY TO INCREASE URBAN ASSET IN NEW YORK High Rise Studio ARCH 703, 2014 Fall, Ali Rahim

The towerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s asset is derived from the concept of Central Park. Not only is Central Park a valuable public amenity, but it adds extreme value to the real estate that surrounds it. Normally, high rises have an outward focus with regard to view, where they are more or less profitable based on their adjacencies in terms of view out.


LOOKING UP THROUGH THE BUILDING ENTRACE LEFT PAGE: DETAIL OF THE MIDDLE PART OF THE TOWER


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[SECTION]

[ELEVATION]


WEâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;LL SAY THERE ARE 500,000 PEOPLE WITH APARTMENTS THAT LOOK OUT AT CENTRAL PARK. IF WE GROW VERTICALLY WITH THE PARK, ALL OF A SUDDEN YOU HAVE A MILLION RESIDENCES IN THE CITY WITH A VIEW OF CENTRAL PARK. MARK GAGE

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06CLINAMEN

RELIGIOUS SPACE FROM FOURTH DIMENSION Parameterize Studio ARCH 704, 2015 Spring, Cecil Balmond, Ezio Blasetti

The meaning of movement, going up and down could relate to the experience of visitors. When going up, with body rising, you are closer to the sky, to a spiritual world, to the religion. When going down, with body closer to the land, to material world, to the secular world.


logy, a loccaly may ruc-

[FIBER BUNDLE]

2D MANUFOLD

[Fiber]

[Fiber]

[Trace]

[Trace]

3D MANUFOLD

These three products share the idea of tracing the fiber while twisting. The first one is mobius strip, and the second and third is the result of the hopf fibration.

[Total Space]

RxS1

[Total Space]

RxR RxS1

(A)FOUR COORDINATES P(X,Y,Z,W)

z2

x +y +z +w =1 2

SxR

2

2

2

(A)FOUR COORDINATES

(B) TWO COMPLEX NUMBER

F FIBRATION]

p(z1,z2) bration is a kind of projection [HOPF FIBRATION] z1Hopf =x+y*i -sphere to 2-sphere space. fibration is a kind of projection 3-sphere to 2-sphere space. =z+w*i z2from d also be considered as a mapIt2could2also be considered as a map4D MANUFOLD stem to relate the 4D space to PROJECTION +zsystem =1 to relate the 4D space to z1ping 2 [Fiber] [Trace] [Total Space] ce. 3D space. What is special for this projection is s special for(A)FOUR this projection is COORDINATES [COMPLEX PROJECTIVE LINE] he idea that every hopf circle is interlocked ting. ery hopf circle is interlocked each other but never intersect(A)FOUR COORDINATES P(X,Y,Z,W) =k*z z2with and the ed. This1prosperity also applies to the ach P(X,Y,Z,W) of theother but never2 intersect2 2 2 hopf torus. 2 2 2 2 x +y +z +w =1 k=a+bi s prosperity also x +y +z +w =1 RxS1applies to the orus. TWO COMPLEX NUMBER [HOPF (B) FIBRATION EQUATION] (B) TWO COMPLEX NUMBER [HOPF FIBRATION]

Hopf fibration ,z ) is a kind of projection p(z 1 2 from 3-sphere to 2-sphere space. zIt1could =x+y*i also be considered as a mapping system to relate the 4D space to =z+w*i z3D 2 space. RxS1 2 +zis22special =1 for this projection is zWhat 1

that every hopf circle is interlocked with each other but never intersect[COMPLEX PROJECTIVE ed. This prosperity also appliesLINE] to the hopf torus.

z2=k*z1

S1xS1 k=a+bi

[HOPF FIBRATION EQUATION] ERENT TRACE]

2 = 1/(1+a2+b2) x2+yother trying different trace = ax-by circle, the resultszstill keep the ty that interlockedwbut not in= ax+by with each other. [DIFFERENT TRACE] Hopf fibration gives us a When trying different trace other to relate the 2D trace with the results still keep the than a circle, ce by a projectionproperty in 4D that interlocked but not in-

z1

(B) TWO COMPLEX NUMBER

z1

p(z1,z2) z1=x+y*i z2=z+w*i z12+z22=1 [COMPLEX PROJECTIVE LINE] z2

p(z1,z2) 2 +b2) x2+y2 = 1/(1+a z1=x+y*i z = ax-by z2=z+w*i z12+z22=1 w = ax+by

z2=k*z1

k=a+bi

z2 z2

[HOPF FIBRATION EQUATION] 2 +b2) x2+yz2 == 1/(1+a k*z1 2 zz1 = ax-by w = ax+by

z2

z2= k*z1

z1

z1

z1

[COMPLEX PROJECTIVE LINE] z2=k*z1

[DIFFERENT TRACE] k=a+bi

[Fiber&Trace]

When trying different traceEQUATION] other [HOPF FIBRATION than a circle, the results still keep the 2 2 2 2 z2 = 1/(1+a x +y property that interlocked but+b not) inz =each ax-by tersect with other. So the Hopf gives us a wfibration = ax+by z2= k*z 1 [Fiber&Trace] [Wireframe] system to relate the 2D trace with 3D space by a projection in 4D space.

tersect with each other. So the Hopf fibration gives us a system to relate the 2D trace with 3D space by a projection in 4D space. [Fiber&Trace] [Wireframe]

[SECTION]

z2

S1xS1 P(X,Y,Z,W) x2+y2+z2+w2=1

[Render]

[Wireframe]

[Wireframe]

z2= k*z1

[Render]

z1

[Fiber&Trace]

z2

[Render]

z1

[Render]


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[Cymatic]

Cymatics

Algorithm Research 2014 Fall, Professor Cecil Balmond

description: We started with defining a matrix and several control points. The inteference forces of cymatic waves reveal a morphology.The matrix is disrupted by the wave pulses of various frequencies and amptitudes.The inteference is interpreted using a series of scripts: firstly defining the distance between wave source and the matrix points, then distributing the matrix points by the sine or cosine functions. The patterns would be more complexed when different wave functions add in.

#.0

#.Sin

#.Sin

#.Sin

#.Sin

#.Sin

#.Sin+Sec

#.Sin+Sec

#.Sin+Sec

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

index description:

catalog title:

A

A #.Sin

y

y

y

y

#.Cos

#.Tan

#.0

#.Sec


Cymatics

description:

#.0

#.Sin

#.Sin

#.Sin

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 7.5 Cos_amp: 0.15

#.1_1 sine point_2 cos point #.Sin+Sec

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 8 Cos_amp: 0.2

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec #.2_1 sine point_2 cos point

We started with defining a matrix #.Sin and several control points. The inteference forces of cymatic waves reveal a morphology.The matrix is disrupted by the wave pulses of various frequencies and amptitudes.The inteference is interpreted using a series of scripts: firstly defining the distance between wave source and the matrix points, then distributing the matrix points by the sine or cosine functions. The patterns would be more complexed when different wave functions add in.

#.Sin

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 7.5 Cos_amp: 0.15

#.3d-point #.Sin+Sec

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 8 Cos_amp: 0.2

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec #.3d-point

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 7.5 Cos_amp: 0.15

#.3d-mesh #.Sin+Sec

Sin_freq: 15.0 Sin_amp: 0.25 Cos_freq: 8 Cos_amp: 0.2

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec #.3d-mesh

index description:

catalog title:

A

A #.3_2 sine point_2 cos point #.Sin

y

y

y

y

#.Cos

Sin_freq: 6.0 Sin_amp: 0.08 Cos_freq: 15.0 Cos_amp: 0.08

#.3d-point

#.Tan

Sin_freq: 6.0 Sin_amp: 0.08 Cos_freq: 15.0 Cos_amp: 0.08

#.3d-mesh

#.Sec

Sin_freq: 6.0 Sin_amp: 0.08 Cos_freq: 15.0 Cos_amp: 0.08

#.0

PennDesign Arch 743 Form & Algorithm Fall 2014, instructors: Cecil Blamond, Ezio Blasetti

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

design team: Chuanzhang Li, Jianan Zhang, Qinheng Zhang, Tong Qi, Tong Zhang, Kunyu Zhu

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

catalog title:

PennDesign Arch 743 Form & Algorithm Fall 2014, instructors: Cecil Blamond, Ezio Blasetti

#.Sin+Cos+Tan+Sec

index description:

design team: Chuanzhang Li, Jianan Zhang, Qinheng Zhang, Tong Qi, Tong Zhang, Kunyu Zhu

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07SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

AINABILITY LIBRARY S01

SECTION 1: DESIGN PROCESS

INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS

integrated design process is more efficient and higher chance to create high-performance building. The flow S02An S03 chart below shows the intention to integrate sustainable strategies into design phases and where should we pay attention to in each phase.

ESIGN PROCESS

e flow chart below shows our intention to integrate sustainable strategies into design phases and here should we pay attention to in each phase.

ORIENTATION

ENERGY

MASSING

PASSIVE SYSTEMS AVAILABLE NATURAL RESOURCE

SITE

DAYLIGHT

WIN TO WALL RATIO PROGRAM

CLIMATE ANALYSIS

NATIVE LANDSCAPE

A S

MAJOR VIEWS

FENESTRATION

O

MASSING PASSIVE STRATEGIES

SHADING STRATEGIES FLOOR-CEILLING

IN

W M S

BUILDING FORM WATER FLOW THROUGH SITE

WATER

V

WATER FLOW THROUGH BUILDING

MATERIAL

T A C B E

HUMAN SCALE

SCHEMATIC

CONCEPT

OCCUPANT


SYSTEM INSTALLATION & SCHEDULES

NDOOR SPACE DAYLIT

WATER SYSTEM MATERIAL SELECTION

TREE PROTECTION

SYSTEM INTEGRATION ENVELOPE ASSEMBLIES

SYSTEM INSTALLATION & SCHEDULES

LIGHTING LOADS

POLLUTION PREVENTION

PLUG LOADS

VISUAL COMFORT

OCCUPANT SATISFACTION SURVEY

WASTE MANAGEMENT

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENT

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

THERMAL COMFORT ACOUSTICAL COMFORT BIOPHILIA ERGONOMICS

ON-SITE MEASUREMENT USAGE MONITORING AIR QUALITY TESTING

CONSTRUCTION ADMINISTRATION

OUTDOOR COMFORT

OCCUPANT FEEDBACK ACTIVE SYSTEM OPTIMIZATION

POST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION

ACTIVE SYSTEM DESIGN

ENERGY MONITORING

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[STRATEGY DIAGRAM]

SECTION 2: STRATEGIES

Indoor potable water use

Indoor recycle water use

LOW-FLOW FIXTURES Reduce potable water demand

RAIN

$$$

$$$

DUAL FLUSH TOILETS Reduce water consumption with flush options

GREY

CONTENTS

RAINWATER HARVESTING

Blackwater Treatment GREYWATER INDOOR USE Use filtered greywater for indoor use like flushing toilet

$$$

$$$

$$$

RAINWATER INDOOR USE Use filtered rainwater for indoor use like flushing toilet

$$$$

COMPOSTING TOILET Use an aerobic processing to treat human excreta, usually use little to no water

WATER RUNOFF

$$$

CONSTRUCTED WETLAND Engineered systems that use natural functions to treat waste water, also contribute to landscape

WASTE HEAT RECOVERY An energy recovery heat exchanger that recovers heat from hot streams with potential high energy content,

RECYCLED WATER GREY WATER

RAINWATER CISTERN

FILTER

GREYWATER CISTERN

BLACK WATER

UV FILTER

CONSTRUCTED WETLAND

FILTER LEACHING FIELD

IRRIGATION RIVER

Rainwater

Water Runoff

RAINWATER IRRIGATION Use rainwater to irrigate roof garden $$$

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT Use rainwater to irrigate roof garden $$$

[INTEGRATED WATER STRATEGIES]

Ourdoor irrigation GREY

$$$

LOW MAINTENANCE LANDSCAPE Use of native plantings and reduce need for irrigation

GREYWATER IRRIGATION Greywater recycling for landscape irrigation $$$


ERGONOMIC

ACOUSTIC MATERIAL High performance acoustic material helps improve indoor comfort

INTERIOR AIR QUALITY HEALTH

WELL-BEING

ABUNDANT DAYLIGHT Design for 55% Daylight Autonomy to reduce energy use and visually comfort

QUALITY VIEW To give building occupants a connection to the natural outdoor environment

PRODUCTIVITY/ FOCUS

ACOUSTIC COMFORT

ACOUSTIC DESIGN More productive and happy when people are not distracted by noises

NATURAL VENTILATION Operable windows can provide more fresh air without fans, and make connection with nature

THERMAL COMFORT

HVAC SYSTEM

THERMAL CONTROLS Provide occupants control to increase their comfort level

ACOUSTIC

VISUAL COMFORT

OCCUPANT COMFORT

GLARE CONTROL To reduce visual discomfort as well as cooling loads

DAYLIGHT

DAYLIGHTING

MATERIAL

LOW EMITTING MATERIAL Reduce the risk for occupants health

SPACE

MOVEMENT ENCOURAGEMENT Create more activity spaces, ‘irresistible stairs’ to encourage activities

ENERGY RECOVERY Reduce operation energy 30-40%, space saving and reduce cross-contamination

[OCCCUPANT COMFORT STRATEGIES]

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[PARAMETRIC TOOLS - CLIMATE ANALYSIS] THE OVERLAND PARAMETRIC TOOLS

CLIMATE ANALYSIS Climate Analysis Tool

Interface at Rhino Interface

TOOL

The seasonal climate analysis, comfort The seasonal climate analysis, comfort sunrose, psychometric chart, range, range, sunpath, psychometric chart, passive vs. active strategy analysis, and passive vs. active strategy analysis, passive strategies index are the and passive strategies index aregraphic the tools we use to gain a better understanding graphic tools we use to gain a better of our site. understanding of our site.

The Climate Analysis tool script The Climate Analysis tool is is aascript from from grasshopper that simplified the of grasshopper that simplified the reading readingcomplicated of complicated data through data through visually attractive visuallygraphics. attractive graphics. Designers Designers can choose what graph can choose what graph to be created to be created and they are all vector graph and they are graphinwhich which canall be vector easily modified AI or ID. can be easily modified in Illustrator or InDesign. Templates:

GENERATE BUTTON

Q:\Sustainability\LIBRARY\Site\0. Climate Information\Climate graphics

Basic climate information Outputs Back-end 101

101

93

93

85

85

77

77

69

69

60

60

52

52

100.0 90.0 80.0 70.0 60.0

44

44

50.0

36

36

30.0

28

28

40.0

20

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Temperature, (F)

20

20.0 10.0

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

0.0

Dec

Temperature/Rel Humidity

3.5 3.0 100.0

2.5

90.0 80.0

2.0

70.0 60.0

1.5

50.0 40.0

1.0

30.0 20.0

0.5

10.0 0.0

Jan

Feb

Mar

Total Sky Cover (%)

28

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

0

Jan

Feb

Precipitation (in)

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec


Seasonal wind wheel and radiation map Output Seasonal wind wheel and radiation map

Outputs Seasonal wind wheel and radiation map Outputs

330

340

350 N

10

20

30

320 310

330

290 280

340

350 N

10

20

320

50

W 300 330

290 260

340

350 N

10

20

60 30

320

290 230 260

W 240

200

190

S

170

160

W 300

210

240

Spring

200

190

S

170

120.00 300.00 480.00

290 230 260

60.00 240.00 420.00

280 250

0.00 180.00 360.00

120 E 100

230

130 220 210

Spring

200

190

S

170

140 160

20

360.00 540.00

W 300

300.00 480.00 kWh/m2

190

S

170

210

120.00 300.00 480.00

290 230 260

60.00 240.00 420.00

280 250

190

S

170

160

0.00 180.00 360.00

120 E 100

130 220 210

140

Summer

200

Spring

190

S

170

160

200

190

S

170

A - Comfort

21.6% 7.0%

D - Sun Natural Ventilation Cooling B shading of windows

16.1% 22.6%

E - Dehumidification C Internal heat gainonly

9.6% 21.6%

D - Natural Ventilation Cooling

110 kJ/kg 0.03 90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

110 kJ/kg

16.1%

0.03 90%

90 kJ/kg

0.025

Humidity Ratio

30%

220 210

200

0.025

Humidity Ratio

0.02

Fall

190

S

140 170

100 110

150

Fall

190

S

160

170

120 E

210

Winter

200

190

S

170

140 160

100 110

150

120

230

130 220 210

0.00

Winter

200

190

S

170

140 160

150

120.00 300.00 480.00 60.00 240.00 420.00 0.00 180.00 360.00 120.00 300.00 60.00 240.00 0.00 180.00 120.00 60.00 0.00

Winter

20%

0.015

101.00<= 90.90 80.80

10%

Hours 70.70

40 kJ/kg

20 kJ/kg

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Cooling degree day

Heating degree day Feb

Mar

Heating degree day Hours

0.01

0.01 0.005 10 kJ/kg

200 600

Jan 60 kJ/kg

50 kJ/kg

30 kJ/kg

101.00<= 60.60 90.90 50.50

Apr

May

Cooling degree day

HEATING DEGREE DAYS

COOLING DEGREE DAYS

TOTOAL NUMBER OF DEGREES BELOW

TOTOAL NUMBER OF DEGREES ABOVE

65째 F

ANNUALY

70째 F

ANNUALY

HEATING DEGREE DAYS

COOLING DEGREE DAYS

TOTOAL NUMBER OF DEGREES BELOW

TOTOAL NUMBER OF DEGREES ABOVE

65째 F

ANNUALY

70째 F

ANNUALY

80.80 40.40 10%

70.70 30.30

0 kJ/kg 20 kJ/kg

60.60 20.20

0.005

50.50 10.10

10 kJ/kg 41

50

59

68

77

86

95

104

113

122

Dry Bulb Temperature

40.40 <=0.00 30.30

0 kJ/kg

Psychrometric Chart

5500

LONG WINTER

1832

20.20

-10 kJ/kg

10.10 32

S

80 110

150

0.015

50 kJ/kg

40 kJ/kg

23

190

160

130

240

60.00

150

200

220

250

120.00

140 170

140 210

230

260

60.00 240.00

240.00 420.00 600.00 180.00 360.00 540.00

130 70 100 220

300.00 480.00 kWh/m2

80 110 60 E 120

50

W 240

0.00 180.00

120

70 100

40

MONTHLY HDD & CDD

400

30 kJ/kg

41

50

59

68

77

86

95

104

113

122

<=0.00

Dry Bulb Temperature

Psychrometric Chart

5500 2000

12 AM

1527

6 PM

12 PM

2000

12 AM 6 AM

Feb

160

360.00 540.00

600

200 0.02 20%

70 kJ/kg

Jan

280 250

130

200

80 kJ/kg

60 kJ/kg

COMFORTABLE ZONE

6 PM 12 AM

290 230 260

60.00 240.00 420.00

420.00 600.00

E

60 30

400

30%

70 kJ/kg

COMFORTABLE ZONE

14

120.00 300.00 480.00

120.00 300.00

20

80 kJ/kg

90 kJ/kg

5

280 250 310 W 300 240

130

10

480.00 kWh/m2

80

100 kJ/kg

TYPICAL HOT HUMID SUMMER

-4

240.00 420.00 600.00 180.00 360.00 540.00

0.00 180.00 360.00

350 N

340

320

80 110

120 E

230

50

330

290 260

70

40

100 kJ/kg

TYPICAL 9.6% HOT HUMID SUMMER

32

W 300

600.00 540.00

60 30

San Antonio has a balanced heating and cooling demand. Summer in San Antonio is hot and humid which makes shading design important. Good SUMMARY natural ventilation can also reduce or eliminate air conditioning in warm San Antonio has a balanced heating and and oriented cooling demand. Summer in San weather, if window are well shaded to prevailing breezes. Antonio is hot and humid which makes shading design important. Good natural ventilation can also reduce or eliminate air conditioning in warm MONTHLY HDD & CDD weather, if window are well shaded and oriented to prevailing breezes.

22.6%

C - Comfort Internal heat gain A

23

360.00 540.00

80 110

20

310

60 E 120

150

10

320

E

300.00 480.00 kWh/m2

350 N

340

Fall

7.0%

B - Sun shading of windows Percentage of time strategy is effected (%)

14

160

290 280

kWh/m2 50

330

420.00 600.00

70 100

30

SUMMARY

DESIGN STRATEGIES

5

60 30

20

40

300

480.00 kWh/m2

80

130 70 100

210

Percentage of time strategy is effected (%)

-4

20

140 210

220

0.00

DESIGN STRATEGIES

-10 kJ/kg

10

50

Summer

E - Dehumidification only

350 N

230

60.00

150

340

40

240

120.00

70

10

310

540.00

60 30

220

250

0.00 180.00

120

230

260

60.00 240.00

110

150

20

350 N

340

320

600.00

50

W 240

120.00 300.00

10

320

280 250 310 W 300 240

140

Summer

200

290 260

240.00 420.00 600.00

80 110

350 N

330

kWh/m2

40

330

180.00 360.00 540.00

150

340

310

80 110

130 220

0.00

E

130 70 100

160

30

320

280

60 E 120

140 200

290

420.00 600.00

70 100

20

50

330

80 60

30 50

210

60.00

150

10

40

240

120.00

350 N

220

250

0.00 180.00

120

340

10

40

300

480.00 kWh/m2

70

350 N

310

540.00

60 30

230

260

60.00 240.00

110

150

20

50

W 240

120.00 300.00

10

320

280 250 310

140 160

290 260

W 300 240

80 110

350 N

340

320

600.00

40

330

240.00 420.00 600.00

130 220

250

360.00 540.00

180.00 360.00 540.00

150

230

260

E

300.00 480.00 kWh/m2

340

330

kWh/m2

310

80 110

140 210

30

320

280

130 70 100 220

280 250

290

420.00 600.00

60 E 120

50

20

50

330

80

70 100

40

280 250 310 W 300 240

10

40

300

480.00 kWh/m2

70

40

310

350 N

310

540.00

60 30

340

320

600.00

50

300

330

kWh/m2

40

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Mar

Apr

May

Jun

Jul

Aug

Sep

Oct

Nov

Dec

Comfort Chart

Comfortable Hours

1527

LONG WINTER

1500

MILD WINTER

1500

1832

HOT SUMM ER

HOT SUMM ER

MILD WINTER

12 PM

6 AM

12 AM

Jan

Feb

Comfort Chart

Comfortable Hours

47

29


[VISUALIZATION OF ANNUAL TEMPERATURE]

San Antonio Hourly Temperature 2015

San Antonio Hourly Temperature 2016

[Energy Generation and Consumption Visualization]


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1.2

[INTERNSHIP -- AEDAS] [Project] [Contribution]

Renewal of A Commercial Complex, Chongqing, China Site analysis, Plaza design, facade design

重庆龙湖北城天街商业改造项目

[View of Plaza]

North Paradise Walk Renovation, Longfor, Chongqing

三大节点再造 - 中心广场 node-renoVAtIon

[Night View]

Facade Detail]

2.2.1

整体形象提升 - 沿北城天街立面 ImAgery-ImproVIng

局部墙身放 Wall D


[INTERNSHIP -- AEDAS] [Project] [Contribution]

Guangfu A4 Commercial Complex Design, Kunming, China facade design, construction detail

[View of The Entrance]

裙房幕墙构造 - 正面延展面 PODIUM FACADE CONSTRUCTION - Front Panel Extension

6.3

[Elevation]

51


[INTERNSHIP -- CAP] [Project] [Contribution]

Master Plan, Yiwu, China landscape, road system design, building prototype research

300 x 600mm (4 total) 600 x 600mm (8 total)

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[INTERNSHIP -- CAP] [Project] [Contribution]

Master Plan, Yiwu, China landscape, road system design, building prototype research

TOWER TYPOLOGY

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Tel: 267-408-5170 E-mail: qinheng.zhang90@gmail.com

Qinheng Zhang Portfolio  

Work and school project from 2014 to 2018.

Qinheng Zhang Portfolio  

Work and school project from 2014 to 2018.

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