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ryan noel garcia 2008-2011


studio 3B Parametric Performance 3A 3A+3B 3A

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2A+MM 2A Prof. Practice I

l.taalman, r.canchola, b.hazrati open:ends

homeless assistance shelter

a.webb, m.fallejo F.U.R. herzog&de.meuron case

Freeway Urban Renewal

studies: Rue Des Suissesd office.da Macallen Building pugh+scarpa Colorado Courts 10300 S Trask Ave j.nickels Immersed Housing

case study: Igualada Cemetery analysis: Buena Vista View Park m.ericsson Cemetery e. olsen, zumthor, m.fallejo, m.montiel, m.hughes, c.genest Saint

Benedict’s Chapel m.owen Pacific Rim Culinary Academy

g.zavulta, m.fallejo, m.alcala, b.hazrati, k.valdez Parkour

Residence


open:ends Located along the edge of Skidrow in Los Angeles, Open:Ends creates an alternative homeless assistance center through the “Mind, Body, Soul� program. This program strives to return balance of individuals through three programs: physical therapy primarily with an emphasis on aquatics , social reintegration through classes and seminars, and an optional education aiming towards obtaining a G.E.D. Open:Ends is designed with the idea of returning balance through the rehabilitation of an individual’s physical and mental well-being. To achieve this, programs such an aquatics center specializing in physical rehabilitation serves as an outreach and attraction to those in need of assistance and others who are interested in an water activities. To achieve mental well-being, clients undergo a rehabilitation program to learn skills needed to be be proficient in modern day society.


aquatics 1/32””= 1’

site


second level

housing level


Through the use of a modified vierendeel truss system, we were able to create a direct relationship between the different stages of housing and the specific programs used to benefit that stages tenants. The vierendeel truss also allowed for circulation paths on the exterior and direct center of each floor plate creating an open ventilation system throughout each bar.

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railing

steel blind

modified vierendeel truss

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sunset

afternoon

the skin consists of a mechanical blind system that allows for sunlight to penetrate open:ends effectively signifying various operational hours


2nd level view


sunset

afternoon

morning

sunrise

the skin consists of a mechanical blind system that allows for sunlight to penetrate open:ends effectively signifying various operational hours

operable skin: evening reveal

outdoor program

daytime reveal

skin & solar

solar path today

solar & skin analysis


view from Los Angeles Street


rendered section


daytime


F.U.R.: Freeway Urban Development Carbon emissions today are at an all time high due to human mechanization, industry, and technology. For years, nature has been able to keep up in recycling carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, but it can no longer keep up efficiently on its own causing global warming and a lower quality of air. The Freeway Urban Renewal, F.U.R. looks to assist nature in renewing the air through the byproducts of a daily commute.


12 am 2 am 4 am 6 am 8 am 10 am 12 pm 2 pm 4 pm 6 pm 8 pm 10 pm

CA-110 freeway

avg. 286 000 vehicles daily

0-15 mph 16-30 mph 31-45 mph 46-60 mph 61+ mph

traffic analysis


129 - 122 = 7 gigatons emmitted

gigatons absorbed

animals NATURE

gigatons more than there should be

122 gigatons absorbed by nature

120 gigatons emiited from nature

9 gigatons of carbon emitted from humans

For centuries, the earth has been able to handle carbon dioxide emmisions from natural causes by cycling it in the atmosphere. Since the introduction of industry, the Earth hasn’t been able to sustain this natural process with the larger amount of carbon dioxide emmitted causing global warming and unfavorable qualities of air.

plants

soil respiration

other causes


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modules

Section B

secondary structure

Module Plan

Section A

module lighting

F.U.R. parts

exploded module


original freeway condition

extruded surface

widened/narrowed

base/overhang

Freeway Surface Transformation

F.U.R. utilizes a surface that is derived from extracting the existing surface of the freeway and manipulating it based on historical traffic statistics. Based off of the average velocity of the freeway given an area, the surface widens allowing filtering modules to populate it in slower areas versus higher speeds having a less wider area and serving as a mounting point on the freeway.

form//elevation


low velocity

high velocity

low velocity

velocity manipulation


evening drive during events


case study: Housing in Rue des Suisses Herzog & de Meuron

location: Paris, France architect(s): Jacques Herzog & Pierre de Meuron building type: residential, 2 buildings site area: 2,734 m² floor area: 8,419 m² units: 33x apartments (47-96 m²), 7x lofts (48-75 m²) 15x courtyard apartments (70-100 m²), 2x cottages (48 m²) date of completion: 2000


Situated in a dense neighborhood in Paris, two distinct types of housing styles exist within Rue de Suisses: against the a vertically oriented housing structure clad with metal screens; across the courtyard, a 3-story building clad with wood screens.

When designing the housing project, concern was placed into breaking the traditional mold of vertical housing. Emphasis was placed in allowing as much access to the garden courtyard. Structurally, the buildings are made of concrete covered by a network of ropes allowing for vines and grapes to grow on them.


porosity diagram

light diagram

thresholds + porosity Rue de Suisses Paris, France


Infrastructure The project utilizes the porosity of the concrete versus wood cladding to maximize outdoor garden space through vertical gardens and ventilation in the housing corridors. Light The wooden screens allow for the control of the amount of light and privacy for the housing units. Urban Context Unlike other Parisian housing in the area, the Rue des Suisses places emphasis on the site by utilizing a large exterior garden area. From streetview, the project breaks exising lines by shifting its facade on the north end and creating a concave bend on its eastern face. urban context urban fabric Rue de Suisses Paris, France


case study: MacAllen Building Office dA

location: Boston, Massachusetts architect(s): Office dA building type: mixed use, residential & retail size: 350,000 square feet date of completion: April 2007


As part of the revitilization of the South Boston Area, the Macallen building addresses various pre-existing conditions along its urban site. The project is situated off of a highway offramp, an industrial and residential zone.

The Macallen building has recieved numerous awards for its green design. It is the first LEED Gold certified building in the city. The Macallen building utilizes a green roof and various building materials to maximize energy efficiency within the project.

section of Office dA


roof plan courtesy of Office dA


infrastructure diagram

porosity diagram


Infrastructure One of the main features of the building in regards to efficiency is its water management system. For the most part, internal systems collect and store rain water for future use. Porosity The building responds to various conditions on the site. A green roof is placed facing more industrial areas and facade materials respond to other conditions. Urban Context The project resides on the transition between an industrial district and a residential zone. From the distance, it appears that the building emerges to join the Boston skyline. urban context

urban fabric Macallen Building Boston, MA


location: 502 Colorado Avenue, Santa Monica, California

case study: Solar Umbrella Pugh + Scarpa

program: - 44 single-residents units (300-375 sq. ft.) - community room, mail room, laundry room, outdoor common courtyard - covered parking for 20 vehicles - total sq. footage: 30,150 lot: 15,000 sq. ft 52% building footprint


ground level 1/64” = 1’

2nd level

typical unit 1/4” = 1’

3rd level


legend building residential mixed use commercial roads


circulation Circulation is situated along the exterior of the building placing emphasis on the central courtyard.

porosity the Colorado courts are arranged in such a way to maximize ocean breezes for ventilation minimizing the need for air conditioning units

ocean wind


energy


panoramic view of site


location: southwest of Los Angeles International Airport between Vista Del Mar & Pershing Dr intersecting Imperial Highway 10300 S Trask Ave (closed road)

case study: 10300 S Trask Ave Housing Dockweiler Beach

located along dockweiler beach on a once, butterfly reserve, this project aims to preserve the existing site while making it usable for human inhabitance by synthesizing housing within the confines of the reservations natural features to achieve a minimal impact on the surrounding environment.


aerial view of site


one of the dominating features of the site is the wire fence that surrounds the whole area. At one point, this area was a thriving town. Through imminent domain, it has been reclaimed by LAX and was wiped out

Although the existing site is currently a reservation, it is for the most part, barren. Pockets of life a present within the site and are usually found in clusters.


housing prototype 1 utilizing the concepts of separation and protection as well as the formal qualities introduced by the wire fence, a flat plane undergoes transformations that later serve as a basis for the proposed housing project.


this series of models work off of the concept of seperation and protection that is brought forth from the presence of the wire fence.

study models


series of proposed models this series will lay the basis for a proposed development type for both site manipulation and interior design


developed as landscape


enveloped as interior


site plan


IMMERSED HOUSING Situated on a once butterfly reserve, IMMERSED housing resides on sand dunes near across from dockweiler beach and below the flight path of LAX. Emphasizing natural featues found within the site, IMMERSED sweeps through the swales to create human housing while maintaining a minimal footprint on the reservation. IMMERSED is organized in such a way allowing units and circulation contour and flow along the site topography. The units are staggered to create numerous and unique views of the ocean and the site. Housing units maintain a low profile to accommodate for the airport and coastal zoning. Units are terraced and lift the ground to preserve continuity of the site.


Housing is built into the swales found within the topography. Manipulations are performed such as lifting topography to place human program within the site. In doing so, housing creates a minimal, visible impact to the site. Outdoor spaces serve as transitions between usable human spaces and the existing reserve.


housing units

circulation

morphing diagram

garden

existing topography


2 bedroom 1100 s.f. 3 bedroom 1500 s.f.

2 bedroom 900 s.f.

studio 550 s.f. 1 bedroom 700 s.f.


physical model


view from base

view out to ocean

Like the Macallen Building and the Colorado Courts, IMMERSED utilizes a garden roof and is directly facing the ocean to maintain efficient ventilation and air circulation within each unit.


site section


elevation from dockweiler beach


case study: Igualada Cemetery Enric Mirelles & Carme Pinos

The Igualada Cemetery accentuates the difference between the worlds of the living from the dead. Located in the outskirts of Spain, Enric Mirelles and Carme Pinos designed the cemetery without changing the existing conditions of the site making the cemetery part of it. Mirelles designed the cemetery in such a way where he incorporated various parts of its history through the use of elements from landscape design, urban design, sculptural and land art. Rather than building in the traditional style of cemeteries in the area, the Iguadala Cemetery’’s structure embeds itself into the landscape and appears to have always been part of it emphasizing a topographic adaptation.


The cemetery is designed to imitate the spiritual path of life to death by creating a series of walkways lined with various metal sculptures and trees representing the transformations that life goes through. Sculptures, such as metal crosses act as gates that help to define movement within the cemetery. Details such as wooden slabs placed into ground create a unique experience that individuals will go through as they circulate through the cemetery. The use of various materials that age, such as the steel mesh rusting on the gable walls, creates a sense of aging within the site.

general plan and section


crypt sections & elevation

grave plan

chapel plan & elevations


solid v loose This diagram shows the effect and sensation from the difference of walking between natural gravel and wooden planks embedded into it. density Density is at the highest point where gable walls are placed to preserve topography. topographic enclosure The shape of the existing terrain is maintained by placing entrances to enclosed areas alongside the faces of the slopes and embedded into them.


Displacement & Subsititution Through the architectural use of objects found within a site, systems or new materials should be added in order to support or minimize the effects of utilized objects to preserve an equilibrium. Materials or systems added should be able to preserve any existing field conditions. Materials added can include steel-wire frame, natural/organic objects such as landscapes and agriculture, and/or materials similar to objects found within the site. Materials or systems added should not be imposing on the existing topography and should not alter any field conditions and should have a reversible impact if later removed from the field.


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AR 280 Spring 2010: Site Orders

Instructor: Mark Ericson

Student: Ryan Garcia


Field Design Description This field condition was created through methods of shifting and creasing. Based on the patent of Substitution & Displacement, a third element is incorporated into the field condition to support the shifted planes. 2$'0>2(>&>0$;0>

The field was constructed through creasing creating various levels within the construct. The creased planes are shifted to give variation within the field condition. Flat planes are added between the original planes and are notched into them in order to maintain their shape.

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project: Buena Vista View Park Cemetery Los Angeles

Situated near Dodger Stadium in Elysian Park, Los Angeles, the Buena Vista View Cemetery utilizes the form derived from the Substitution & Displacement design idea to engage existing site conditions while allowing for future growth.


Buena Vista View Park is comprised of numerous types of vegetation, many of it not native to Los Angeles. Large pockets of vegetation create numerous canopies where wildlife occupy and provide shade and a good environment for human occupation.


site & burial plan


cemetery model renders

Natural Plots

Offices

Loculi

Restrooms

Colombria

Ramps

Chapel

Soft-Scape

Gardens

Like the Igualada Cemetery, the Buena Vista View Park Cemetery introduces a program that exists through embedding itself within the site. This cemetery contains numrous types of burial plots and is designed to allow for future expansion utilizing the introduced language.


Colombrian Walls built along larger slopes of topography surrounded by vegetation/trees (garden areas) may serve as gabian walls in some areas aligns infrastructure and flora

Loculus/Mausoleum Walls built into gradual slopes of topography vegetation/trees (garden) may be placed on top of loculi exterior walls preserves slope and topography alligns along infrastructure and flora

Natural Plots placed into flatter slopes of topography surrounded by minimal amounts of natural vegetation/trees in place of markers, trees/plants are used placed in flatter areas of the site


site section


case study: Saint Benedict’s Chapel Peter Zumthor

After the original chapel was destroyed, Peter Zumthor was commisioned to design the new chapel to accomodate current and future generations. Zumthor primarily used wood, a common building material used throughout the region. The chapel takes a boat like shape to not stand out, but rather to “shine the old in a new light”.


morning

midday

afternoon

evening

When designing the chapel, Zumthor uses certain materials to accentuate certain experiences through how they age.

The results create two different environments, light and dark, enabling the presence of two dif- ferent experiences.

For the interior, Zumthor uses light to create a similiar effect. He orients the chapel in such a way where the south side will always recieve the sunlight during the day.

The frame demonstrates the behavior of light entering the chapel and diffusing in the north side to create these unique experiences.


In designing the chapel, Zumthor creates a floor and main walls seperated from the sup- porting beams. The floor is supported by underlying horizonatal members. The chapel is constructed in such a way where the walls are not supported by the main wooden columns. The floor and the roof are directly supported by these members. In doing so, Zumthor enables the floor to appear floating, creating the sensation of a seperation between the sacred, the chapel, and the normal, Earth. Frame 2 exposes the gap that is left between the floor, beams, and wall while emphasizing the division between two distinct experiences within the normal and sacred.


project: Pacific Rim Culinary Academy Los Angeles, CA


Taking cues from Saint Benedict’s Chapel, PRCA utilizes wood accents with steel reinforcement to create a modern, yet traditional aesthetic and atmosphere.


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Parkour Residence

SITE SECTION SCALE: 1/8" = 1'-0"

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The drawings and specifications and designs represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than the specified project for which they have been prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect

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The drawings and specifications indicate the general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

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7500 GLENOAKS BOULEVARD BURBANK, CA 91510

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The drawings and specifications and designs represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than the specified project for which they have been prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect

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General Notes 1. Final.dwg 2. Highland Park Electric Tract 3. Pin Number: 156A225 194 4. Zone: R1-1 5. APN: 5476017014

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The drawings and specifications indicate the general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

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The drawings and specifications and designs represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than the specified project for which they have been prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect Written dimensions shall have precedence over scaled dimensions. The Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the jobsite and report any discrepancies to Architect.

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General Notes 1. Final.dwg 2. Highland Park Electric Tract 3. Pin Number: 156A225 194 4. Zone: R1-1 5. APN: 5476017014

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CONCRETE PANELS W/ 41" SPACING ROOF SHINGLES

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Written dimensions shall have precedence over scaled dimensions. The Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the jobsite and report any discrepancies to Architect. The drawings and specifications indicate the general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

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7500 GLENOAKS BOULEVARD BURBANK, CA 91510

General Notes 1. Final.dwg 2. Highland Park Electric Tract 3. Pin Number: 156A225 194 4. Zone: R1-1 5. APN: 5476017014

The drawings and specifications and designs represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than the specified project for which they have been prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect Written dimensions shall have precedence over scaled dimensions. The Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the jobsite and report any discrepancies to Architect. The drawings and specifications indicate the general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

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1' X 3' CONCRETE SIDING. 3 4" THICK

VAPOR BARRIER

PLYWOOD

4"

2X4 DOUBLE TOP PLATE INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR FINISH DETAIL (MA)

2X DOUBLE TOP PLATE

3" MOHOGANY PANELS (TONGUE AND GROOVE), STAINED

FINISHED GRADE

R30 BATT. INSULATION VERTICAL WOOD WINDOW BARRIER

WINDOW MULLIONS

1' X 3' CONCRETE SIDING. 3 4" THICK

DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOW

11 4

3'-0 1/2"

DECK

0'-13 4"

2" METAL POLE

A-801

ENTRY ROOM

VERTICAL WOOD WINDOW BARRIER

12 3

INTERIOR

7500 GLENOAKS BOUL BURBANK, CA 91510

3" X 34" MOHOGANY PANELS (TONGUE AND GROOVE, STAINED)

General Notes 1. Final.dwg 2. Highland Park Electric Tra 3. Pin Number: 156A225 19 4. Zone: R1-1 5. APN: 5476017014

WINDOW MULLIONS

CORK FLOOR

1

4"

FLOOR PAD

3

4"

11"

A-801 3

PLYWOOD MOHOGANY BULLNOSE EDGE

14

PAD

1 2"

CORK FLOOR (TONGUE AND GROOVE), NATURAL

WINDOW MULLION DETAIL (RG)

2X P.T. SILL W/ ANCHOR BOLTS AND SCALE: 3" = 1'-0" PLATE WASHERS

1'X3' CONCRETE SIDING 3 4" THICK

CORK PANEL

2 X 10 STAIR THREAD

FINISHED FLOOR

FINISHED FLOOR 572'-0"

0'-8"

6"

1'-6"

3 4"

6" CONCRETE PAD

LIVING ROOM 3

FINISHED GRADE

2 X 3" JOIST

1

4"

PLYWOOD

2"

DRYWALL

2'

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

13

WALL SECTION (MA) SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0"

JOB NO: NO. 01

2 X 10 CEILING JOIST W/ R30 BATT INSULATION

100

ISSUE Construction Docs

PAGE TITLE: 0'-6"

4" PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE

3" MOHOGANY PANELS

SCALE: 3" = 1'-0"

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

DETAILS PAGE NUMBER:

1'

STAIR DETAILS (MA) WINDOW JAMB 5 DETAIL (RG)

1'-9 3/4"

1 1/2"

VERTICAL WOOD WINDOW BARRIER

DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOW

13

The drawings and specifications indica general scope of work and required te performance of the building systems a necessarily indicate or describe all the required for full performance and com the construction contract. Based on th work indicated Contractor shall furnish required for the proper execution of th

WATER DRIP

1'

STAIR DETAILS (RG)

Written dimensions shall have precede scaled dimensions. The Contractor sh and be responsible for all dimensions conditions on the jobsite and report an discrepancies to Architect.

(2) #4 BAR, TOP (2) #4 BAR, BOTTOM

1"X4" WOOD TRIM

13

FLOOR PAD

GRAVEL

GRAVEL

4" PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE

2 X 10 STAIR THREAD

PLYWOOD

1 4"

2 X 10 FLOOR JOIST W/ R30 BATT. INSULATION

PLYWOOD

SEALANT

3 4"

1 2" CORK FLOOR (TONGUE AND GROOVE, NATURAL)

FINISHED GRADE

3" X 34" MAHOGANY PANELS (TONGUE AND GROOVE)

WOOD WINDOW JAM ASSEMBLY

0'-6"

VAPOR BARRIER

2 X 10 P.T. SILL W/ ANCHOR BOLTS AND PLATE WASHERS

4X FRAMING S.S.D.

(2) #4 BAR, TOP (2) #4 BAR, BOTTOM VAPOR BARRIER

3/8" 2 1/4"

2X4 DOUBLE TOP PLATE

1' X 3' CONCRETE SIDING. 3 4" THICK 2 X 10 RIM JOIST

572'-0"

5 21" CONCRETE COLUMN

The drawings and specifications and d represented hereby are and shall rema property of the Architect, and no part t be used or reproduced for any purpos the specified project for which they ha prepared and developed without the w consent of the Architect

PLYWOOD

1'-6"

2 X 10" DECK JOIST

2 X 10 RIM JOIST

7"

8 3/8"

1 4"

1 2"

PLYWOOD

1'-93 4"

3 4"

1'-4 1/2"

4"

1'-6"

2"

3"

1" THICK WOOD MULLION ASSEMBLY

INTERIOR

2 X 5" CEDAR DECKING

1

9

WALL SECTION (RG) ROOF DETAIL (MA)

5

SCALE: 3/4" = 1'-0" SCALE: 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

A-80


WOOD CURTAIN WALL

19'-4"

26'-4 1/4"

24'-11 3/4"

TOP OF PLATE 596'-1 1/4"

FINISHED FLOOR 580'-0"

MOHOGANY WOOD SLATS

0.5

7

1

ENTRANCE DOOR

CROSS SECTION

4954 Meridian St. Los Angeles, CA 90042

TOP OF ROOF 599'-9 1/2"

PARKOUR RESIDENCE

TOP OF ROOF 606'-4 1/4"

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

BUILT UP ROOFING SYSTEM

12 3 CONCRETE PANELS

7500 GLENOAKS BOULEVARD BURBANK, CA 91510

General Notes 1. Final.dwg 2. Highland Park Electric Tract 3. Pin Number: 156A225 194 4. Zone: R1-1 5. APN: 5476017014

WOOD CURTAIN WALL

The drawings and specifications and designs represented hereby are and shall remain the property of the Architect, and no part thereof shall be used or reproduced for any purpose other than the specified project for which they have been prepared and developed without the written consent of the Architect

18'-11 1/2"

MOHOGANY WOOD SLATS

BATHROOM WALLS

0.5

TOP 580'-11"

1

100A

CONCRETE PANELS

100

BUILT-IN SOFA

STEPS TO LIVING ROOM

METAL RAILINGS

11'-11"

1'-10 1/2"

The drawings and specifications indicate the general scope of work and required technical performance of the building systems and do not necessarily indicate or describe all the work required for full performance and completion of the construction contract. Based on the scope of work indicated Contractor shall furnish all items required for the proper execution of the project.

JOB NO:

LIVING ROOM 573' - 2"

5'-6 1/2"

1

Written dimensions shall have precedence over scaled dimensions. The Contractor shall verify and be responsible for all dimensions and conditions on the jobsite and report any discrepancies to Architect.

CORRUGATED METAL ROOF

3'-0"

12'-0"

ENTRANCE DOOR

104A

NO. 01

10001

ISSUE Construction Docs

DATE 5.03.10

GARAGE DOOR

G.L. 569'-0"

PAGE TITLE:

BUILDING SECTIONS PAGE NUMBER:

13

LONG SECTION

A-400


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