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Sam Kallman | Architecture Portfolio

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SAM KALLMAN

sam.m.kallman@gmail.com 707.331.8391 395 Ocean Ave 2M, Brooklyn, NY 11226

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EDUCATION 2011 - 2015

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Architecture, Cum Laude, Dean’s List Global Studios - New York, NY and Florence, Italy

2006 - 2010

MARIA CARRILLO HIGH SCHOOL Honor Roll all semesters Varsity tennis - four years

Summer 2009

EXPERIENCE Summer 2015 - Present

Fall 2015 - Present

SUMMER CAREER ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOP Cal Poly: San Luis Obispo Model making, drawing, and photography SPIVAK ARCHITECTS - Designer Generated construction documents, performed construction adminstration, schematic design and compiled specifications. Coordinated with contractors and clients in various stages of projects. FRAME DESIGN - Freelance Prepared construction documents, assmebled specification book, assisted with modeling and rendering for competitions.

2012-2014

ROBERT BAUMANN AND ASSOCIATES - Intern Produced plans, section details, interior/exterior elevations in AutoCAD. Arranged and edited construction documents. Worked alongside Project Architect developing schematic design for regional clients. Surveyed existing site conditions.

2012 - 2015

FABRICATION LAB MONITOR Assisted students and faculty with model making. In charge of students’ safety. Instructed proper use of tools and machines . Production in CNC milling, laser cutting, wood, concrete, metal, chipboard, and foam.

Fall 2014

SYRACUSE ARCHITECTURE TEACHING ASSISTANT Assistant to Professor Ted Brown in underclassmen free-hand drawing class.

AWARDS & AFFILIATIONS 2014

COMMUNITY DESIGN KING+KING ARCHITECTS For excellence in comprehensive design in Syracuse community- Park Studio

2014

CHANCELLOR’S AWARD FOR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT & SCHOLARSHIP For collaborative design in Skiddy Park Project

2013

THE PIRANESI AWARD For exemplary immersion into the Florence program, academically and culturally, as evidence in design work, drawing, making and research

2012

GENERAL ELECTRIC EMERGING STUDENT LEADER AWARD In recognition of academic and extracurricular work

SKILLS

DIGITAL Revit AutoCAD Rhino V-Ray Grasshopper Adobe Creative Suite Newforma Microsoft Office

2D Free-hand sketching Line drawing Perspective construction Watercolor Rendering

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3D Carpentry CNC mill Laser cutter 3D-Print Welding Vacuum form Casting Chipboard


A Very Short Bio: Sam was born and raised in the beautiful California Bay Area where he fostered a love for the outdoors. He keeps an open and curious mind with ambitions to one day establish his own practice. Interests: Travelling, magical realism, comedy, sketching, playing music. If Sam could ever afford it he would visit space, for the chance to see the planet from a new perspective.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 01

Professional Work

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New York City / Sonoma California

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Post-Digital Fabrication

03

The Berg

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Urban Farm House

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Model Making & Sketches

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Syracuse, NY

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Syracuse, NY

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Long Island City, NY

Syracuse, Italy, Japan

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01 PROFESSIONAL WORK Sam has been surrounded with construction and design his whole life, from learning to draw under the table in his mother’s art studio to working summers with his father and uncle on many renovations and outdoor decks. In his experience he has worked on projects ranging in commercial, residential, hospitality and façade design.

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GENERAL DEMOLITION N

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REMOVE ALL PLUMBING FIX LINES BACK TO EXISTING RI

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14 06

15 06

02 03 04

DEMOLITION KEY NOTES

01 THROUGH OUT UNIT REM PADDING, AND/OR EXISTI DOWN TO CONCRETE SLA ALL DEBRIS AND PREP SUB SELF-LEVELING PRIOR TO FINISH FLOORING THROUG

10 07

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02 THROUGH OUT UNIT REM STONE AND MUD BED DO CLEAN SURFACE AND PRE SELF-LEVELING PRIOR TO FINISH TILE FLOOR.

02 04 05

03 REMOVE ALL APPLIANCES.

04 REMOVE ALL STONE TOPS CABINETS, TOILETS, TUBS BATHROOM/KITCHEN FIXT

07

05 REMOVE ALL TILES/STONE SOUND SUBSTRATE. REMO SHOWERS INCLUDING DOO CURBS.

CONSTRUCTION/RCP KE

01 INFILL, SQUARE OFF, AND FOR A FLUSH FINISH WITH METAL STUD FRAMING TO RATINGS.

01 14 06

11

02 NEW KITCHEN EXHAUST L DAMPER, SEE ELEVATIONS

03 NEW TOILET EXHAUST VEN AS PER SCHEDULE.

02 04 05

04 NEW ELECTRICAL PANEL. ( BOX AT EXISTING PANEL L SERVICE TO NEW PANEL LO DISTRIBUTION IN UNIT)

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02 03 04

02 04 05

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12 07

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06 JUNCTION BOX FOR POWE WINDOWS FOR FUTURE M OWNER, LOCATE 4" FROM

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NO WORK IN THIS AREA

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c Copyright Spivak Architects P.C. 2015

NO WORK IN THIS AREA

Project 1:

DEMOLITON PLAN UNIT 9AQ

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Residential tower renovation in Murray Hill.

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05 NEW INTERCOM ON EXIST SCHEDULE. BUILD OUT PA CONTRACTOR TO COORD AND BUILDING MANAGEM UNIT INSTALLATION.


PATCH COLUMN PIERS ON ALL SIDES, FINISH AS PER SCHEDULE.

ELECTRICAL SYMBOL LEGEND

6'-

PANEL

GFI

11

NETWORK BOX 5 DEMARCATION LOCATION 11 DUPLEX RECEPTACLE (15" AFF) A-212

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STANDARD SWITCH (48" AFF)

6"

SJ

GFI OUTLET BATHROOM 03 (REFER TO ELEVATIONS FOR LOCATION)

C

4E

04

DATA/TELEPHONE OUTLET (15" AFF), C32 CAT5e HOME RUN TO NETWORK DEMARCATION CLOSET)

4A

2'-2"

A

4' JUNCTION BOX -0

P

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09 08 07 06 05 04 03

UTILITY WALL WMOUNTED SMOKE/CARBON MONOXIDE ROOM DETECTOR

SD/CM

RECESSED/SURFACE MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE C20 CL.

REF

LED STRIP LIGHT UNDER CABINET LINEAR LIGHT FIXTURE

1.

ALL CEILING HEIGHTS 8'-0'' AFF MINIMUM EXCEPT WHERE NOTED.

3.

2.

SEE REFLECTED CEILING PLAN FOR NEW LIGHTING FIXTURES AND DROPPED CEILING HEIGHTS/LOCATIONS.

CONTRACTOR TO COORDINATE EXISTING KITCHEN ELECTRICAL PANEL LOCATIONS WITH NEW WALLS AND RELOCATE NEW PARTITIONS AS REQUIRED. W

4.

EXISTING CONCRETE CEILING TO BE PATCHED AND SKIM COATED IN PREPARATION FOR FINISH. (SEE GENERAL NOTES-FINISHES, PAINT, AND STAINS)

02 No.

5C

(SEE GENERAL NOTES FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION) 01

PAA #02 BULLETIN #06 REV #07 PAA #01 BULLETIN #05 - 100% UPDATED BULLETIN #04 - 97% UPDATED BULLETIN #03 - 90% UPDATED

02/24/2016 02/18/2016 02/16/2016 12/15/2015 11/02/2015 10/01/2015 09/16/2015

BULLETIN #02 Revision

08/28/2015 Date

INTERIOR DESIGN CONSULTANT:

227 BROADWAY SUITE 1300 NEW YORK, NY 10007 (514) 272-2131 B

0"

REMOVE ALL PLUM LINES BACK TO EX

01 THROUGH OUT PADDING, AND/ DOWN TO CONC ALL DEBRIS AND SELF-LEVELING FINISH FLOORIN

02 THROUGH OUT STONE AND MU CLEAN SURFACE SELF-LEVELING FINISH TILE FLO

03 REMOVE ALL AP

04 REMOVE ALL ST CABINETS, TOIL BATHROOM/KIT

05 REMOVE ALL TIL SOUND SUBSTRA SHOWERS INCLU CURBS.

01 INFILL, SQUARE FOR A FLUSH FIN METAL STUD FR RATINGS.

5

02 NEW KITCHEN E DAMPER, SEE EL

2A

03 NEW TOILET EXH AS PER SCHEDU

A-211

5A

7'

01

04 NEW ELECTRICA BOX AT EXISTIN SERVICE TO NEW DISTRIBUTION IN

" -0 D L HO

DINING ROOM

8"

3/

5'

-8

A-210

B34

05 NEW INTERCOM SCHEDULE. BUIL CONTRACTOR T AND BUILDING M UNIT INSTALLAT

MECHANICAL CONSULTANT: BATHROOM 02

4A

4E

5C

04

3'-5 1/8"

4A 13'-7 3/4" VIF

BD34 2'-5 1/2" CL.

ALIGN

5.

01

-1

01

4D

BEDROOM 02

W 1

SHUT OFF ALL SE ELECTRICITY FOR CONTRACTOR TO SHUTDOWNS WIT

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EBIB32ENGINEERING, P.C. 4B 21 B STREET BURLINGTON, MA 01803 (781) 273-2500

4A

LIVING ROOM

4.

ANDRES ESCOBAR ASSOCIATES 4'

5'-2"

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A-212

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8'-6"

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1'-1"

M

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SMOKE/CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTOR

SD/CM

DW

COMBINATION

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WALL MOUNTED LIGHT FIXTURE

CABLE OUTLET (15" AFF, ONE LOOP PER ROOM, HOME RUN TO DEMARCATION CLOSET)

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B

OL JAMB SWITCH D

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DEDICATED RECEPTACLE - 151BAMPS (REFER TO EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCE SCHEDULES)

GENERAL DEMOL

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S4 4-WAY SWITCH (48" AFF) 3' -

LOWER HALF SWITCHED RECEPTACLE (15" CL. AFF)

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B34

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W 1

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6'-4" MASTER BATHROOM

WALK-IN CL.

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C24

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C32P

4A

BD34

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5

LC.

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ALIGN FAMILY ROOM W 1

6'-4"

NO WORK IN THIS AREA

152 M a d i s o n A v e n u e , 1 5 t h F l o o r MASTER N e w Y o r k , WN e w BEDROOM Y ork 10016-5479 1 Tel 212 343-1166 Fax 212 343-0225 15'-3 3/8"

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E WITH CABINETS OR CLOSETS, SEE

4A BD34

PROJECT:

CORINTHIAN - PHASE 2B

4'-11" V.I.F.

OR DRYER BY ER PLUGS INTO NNECTION.

KEY PLAN

18. SURVEY WINDOWS AND BALCONY DOORS FOR REPLACEMENT OF MISSING/BROKEN SEALS, GASKETS AND HARDWARE. REPLACE/REPAIR AS REQUIRED. (SEE SHEET A-050 FOR RCP LIGHT SCHEDULE)

EP ELECTRICAL

FOR UPPER G / LOW NS, SEE R CABINET

E PATCHED N FOR FINISH. NT, AND

17. ENTRY DOOR AND FRAME TO REMAIN UNLESS NOTED, REPAIR AS REQUIRED. (HOLES, HINGES, PEEPHOLES, HARDWARE AND PAINT) EXISTING DOORBELL TO BE CONNECTED TO NEW CHIME AS PER SCHEDULE.

10. NEW FAN COIL UNITS, COVERS AND BASES. SEE MEP DRAWINGS FOR FAN COIL UNITS.

RING, SEE ETAILS.

OINT ONE LAYER

PROVIDE AUTO SHUT-OFF VALVE AND STAINLESS STEEL HOSES FOR WASHING MACHINE.

ALIGN

NTRACTOR ETWORK BOX

9.

5'-0" HOLD

N.

WHERE EXISTING WALLS REMAIN, REPAIR ANY DAMAGE TO SUBSTRATE.

3'-5"

TION.

8.

10'-4 1/2"

ON.

REROUTE/EXTEND ALL EXHAUST DUCTING AS REQUIRED, MAINTAIN FIRE RATING AND EXISTING DUCT SIZES.

9'-8 5/8"

TRICAL PANEL PLAN FOR

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CL.

C20P

330 07 E 38TH STREET NEW YORK, NY NO WORK IN BLOCK: 943 LOT: 7501 THIS AREA

BEDROOM 03 W 1

c Copyright Spivak Architects P.C. 2015

O CHANGE,

JOB NO: 13021

DRAWING TITLE:

FULL RENOVATION PLANS COMBINATION - UNIT 9AQ BIS JOB NO: 122351533

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FLOOR PLAN UNIT 9AQ 1/4"=1'-0"

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DATE: 08.11.2015 SCALE: AS NOTED DRAWN BY: SMK CHECKED BY: SAW

Chapter 01 02 03 04 05 DRAWING NO:

06 JUNCTION BOX WINDOWS FOR F OWNER, LOCAT


Project 02:

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Proposal for facade and lobby renovation on 7th Avenue

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Project 03:

Proposal for hotel renovation near Times Square

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Chapter 01 02 03 04 05


Project 04:

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New private residence in Sonoma County

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Chapter 01 02 03 04 05


PAINTED BLACK

25-STAIR TREAD AND STRINGER

3

"

SLOPE TO DRAIN 1/8" PER FOOT MIN.

9 A-551.00

2 A-550.00

PH825-STAIR RISE AND RUN 3" = 1'-0"

BUILT UP ROOFING ON 2" LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE ON MTL. DECK

MTL. JOISTS AT 16" O.C., SEE STRUCTURAL DWGS.

DOWNSPOUT BEYOND CHASE FOR RELOCATED VENT PIPE, SEE MECHANICAL AND PLUMBING DWGS.

3 COAT STO STUCCO SYSTEM ON 3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE

3 COAT STO STUCCO SYSTEM ON 3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD SUBSTRATE

6" METAL STUD PARTITION W/ BATT INSULATION 2 LAYERS 5/8" GYP. BOARD

5 A-551.00

2X FRAMING FOR STAIR LANDING

6'-8" MIN.

3 A-550.00

FINISH WOOD FLOORING AND PLYWOOD SUBLOOR ON EXISTING CONCRETE SLAB 0' - 0"

1

PH825 STAIR SECTION 1/2" = 1'-0"

Project 05:

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Penthouse renovation, new stair bulkhead.

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SHEET NOT SHEET NOTES MTL FLASHING; MTL FLASHING; PROVIDEPROVIDE AS REQ'D CANT ASCANT REQ'D TREATED WOOD BLOCKING TREATED WOOD BLOCKING

G

LIQUID FLASHING LIQUID FLASHING ROOFING MEMBRANE ROOFING MEMBRANE

LIQUID FLASHING LIQUID FLASHING ROOFING MEMBRANE ROOFING MEMBRANE

OOD BLOCKING CKING

HING

UP ROOFING BUILT UPBUILT ROOFING

MBRANE

LIGHT WEIGHT 2" LIGHT2" WEIGHT CONCRETE MTL. DECK CONCRETE ON MTL.ON DECK

OFING

MTL FLASHING; MTL FLASHING; PROVIDEPROVIDE AS REQ'D CANT ASCANT REQ'D TREATED WOOD BLOCKING TREATED WOOD BLOCKING UP ROOFING BUILT UPBUILT ROOFING LIGHT WEIGHT 2" LIGHT2" WEIGHT CONCRETE MTL. DECK CONCRETE ON MTL.ON DECK MTL. JOISTS, SEE 10" MTL. 10" JOISTS, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. BATT INSULATION PROVIDEPROVIDE BATT INSULATION

MTL. STUD HEADER, SEE 10" MTL. 10" STUD HEADER, SEE STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL DWGS. DWGS.

GHT N MTL. DECK DECK

MTL. JOISTS, SEE 10" MTL. 10" JOISTS, SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS. BATT INSULATION PROVIDEPROVIDE BATT INSULATION

UTTER

MTL. STUD HEADER, SEE 10" MTL. 10" STUD HEADER, SEE STRUCTURAL STRUCTURAL DWGS. DWGS.

3 COAT DRAINABLE STO 3 COAT DRAINABLE STO STUCCOSTUCCO STYSEMSTYSEM OVER OVER VAPOR BARRIER VAPOR BARRIER

NABLE STO TO SEM OVER ER IER GRADE PLYWOOD PLYWOOD

GYP CEILING BORAD CEILING ON 5/8" GYP5/8" BORAD ON /8" FURRING CHANNELS /8" FURRING CHANNELS 5/8" GYPSUM 5/8" GYPSUM

3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD 3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD

D HEADER, SEE ER, SEE L DWGS.

BRICK TIES BRICK TIES

FLASHING AND DRIP EDGE FLASHING AND DRIP EDGE

2 1/2"STUD METAL STUD 2 1/2" METAL

TREATED TREATED WOOD WOOD BLOCKING AS REQUIRED BLOCKING AS REQUIRED

TS, SEE LNGS. DRAWINGS. TT INSULATION ATION

METAL STUD PARTITION 6" METAL6"STUD PARTITION BATT INSULATION W/ BATTW/ INSULATION

GYP CEILING BORAD CEILING ON 5/8" GYP5/8" BORAD ON /8" FURRING CHANNELS /8" FURRING CHANNELS

2 LAYERS 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" OF 5/8" EXTERIOR GYP. EXTERIOR GYP.

RAD ON ING CEILING ON GELS CHANNELS

VAPOR BARRIER VAPOR BARRIER 2" AIR SPACE 2" AIR SPACE

ALUMINUM ALUMINUM WINDOWWINDOW SYSTEMSYSTEM

UD PARTITION ITION

BRICK VENEER TO BRICK VENEER TO MATCH EXISTING MATCH EXISTING

5/8" GYPSUM PSUM

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SECTION AT BULKHEAD WINDOW HEADER SECTION AT BULKHEAD WINDOW HEADER 8 3" = 1'-0"3" = 1'-0"

3

SECTION AT EAST WALL HEADER SECTION AT EAST WALL HEADER 3 3" = 1'-0"3" = 1'-0"

METAL STUD PARTITION 6" METAL6"STUD PARTITION BATT INSULATION W/ BATTW/ INSULATION BRICK TIES BRICK TIES

ALUMINUM ALUMINUM WINDOWWINDOW SYSTEMSYSTEM

2 LAYERS 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" OF 5/8" EXTERIOR GYP. EXTERIOR GYP.

NABLE STO TO SEM

SILICON SILICON CAULK CAULK

GRADE PLYWOOD LYWOOD

TREATED WOOD BLOCKING TREATED WOOD BLOCKING AS REQUIRED AS REQUIRED

VAPOR BARRIER VAPOR BARRIER

. STUD @ 16" O.C. @ 16" O.C.

MTL. FLASHING MTL. FLASHING

2" AIR SPACE 2" AIR SPACE

LAYRS 3/4" MARINE 2 LAYRS23/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD GRADE PLYWOOD

WEEP HOLE WEEP HOLE

TION

1"

1"

5/8" SUMGYPSUM

20 GA. MTL. @ 16" O.C. 6" 20 GA.6"MTL. STUD @ STUD 16" O.C. BATT INSULATION BATT INSULATION

HING

2 LAYERS OF 5/8" GYPSUM 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" GYPSUM

NEWPLATE, STEEL PLATE, NEW STEEL SEE DWGS. STRUC. DWGS. SEE STRUC.

LIQUID FLASHING LIQUID FLASHING

BRICK VENEER TO BRICK VENEER TO MATCH EXISTING MATCH EXISTING

CANT STRIP CANT STRIP

NEWBEAM, STEEL BEAM, NEW STEEL SEE DWGS STRUC. DWGS SEE STRUC.

AIN PAVERS ON ERS ON YSTEM

NEW PORCELAIN ON NEW PORCELAIN PAVERSPAVERS ON PEDESTAL PEDESTAL SYSTEMSYSTEM

LT UP ROOFING OOFING

EXSITING UP ROOFING EXSITING BUILT UPBUILT ROOFING

NCRETE SLAB SLAB CKING

EXSITING CONCRETE EXSITING CONCRETE SLAB SLAB ONDECKING STEEL DECKING ON STEEL

1/2"MTL. 20 GA. MTL. 2 1/2" 20 2GA. STUDS @ 16" O.C. STUDS @ 16" O.C. BATT INSULATION BATT INSULATION

STS, PATCH TCH NG AS REQ'D EQ'D

NO.

NEWBEAM STEEL BEAM SEE STRUC. NEW STEEL SEE STRUC. DRAWINGS DRAWINGS SPRAY FIREPROOF AS REQ'D SPRAY FIREPROOF AS REQ'D

EEAM SEE WINGS SROOF AS

STAIR STRINGER STAIR STRINGER /8" FURRING CHANNEL /8" FURRING CHANNEL ATTACHED TO FRAMING ATTACHED TO FRAMING BETWEEN JOISTS, AS REQ'D BETWEEN JOISTS, AS REQ'D 5/8" GYPSUM 5/8" GYPSUM

D

EXISTING BRICK VENEER EXISTING BRICK VENEER

CORNERCORNER BEAD BEAD

EXISTING 8" CMU BRICKS EXISTING 8" CMU BRICKS

SECTION AT BULKHEAD WINDOW FOOTER SECTION AT BULKHEAD WINDOW FOOTER 4 3"4= 1'-0"3" = 1'-0"

NO.

DESC DESCRIPTIO

MECHANICAL CONSULT MECHANICAL CONSULTANT: EXIST.BEAM, STEEL BEAM, EXIST. STEEL SEE DWGS. STRUC. DWGS. SEE STRUC.

STAIR STRINGER STAIR STRINGER

CHANNEL EL O FRAMING NG STS, AS REQ'D REQ'D

ISSUED ISSUED FOR BIDFOR BI DOB SUBMISSIO DOB SUBMISSION

GYP. BOARD 5/8" GYP.5/8" BOARD

EXISTING JOISTS, PATCH EXISTING JOISTS, PATCH FIREPROOFING AS REQ'D FIREPROOFING AS REQ'D

Mottola Eng Mottola Rini Rini Enginee

36 West 25th Street, 4th Fl 36 West 25th Street, 4th Floor New York, New York 10010 New York, New York 10010 Tel 212 627‐7299  Fax 212 6 Tel 212 627‐7299  Fax 212 627‐156

STRUCTURAL CONSULT STRUCTURAL CONSULTANT:

Severud Associa Severud Associates Consulting Engi Consulting Engineer

469 Seventh Avenue‐Suite  469 Seventh Avenue‐Suite 900 New York, New York 10018 New York, New York 10018 Tel 212 986‐3700 Fax 212 6 Tel 212 986‐3700 Fax 212 687‐646

SPIVAK ARCH SPIVAK ARCHIT

SECTION AT EAST WALL SECTION AT EAST WALL 2 3"2= 1'-0"3" = 1'-0"

152   Madison   Avenue,  15 152   Madison   Avenue,  15th  Floo New  York,   New  York   10 New  York,   New  York   10016‐542 Tel 212 343‐1166  Fax 212 3 Tel 212 343‐1166  Fax 212 343‐022

BRICK VENEER TO MATCH BRICK VENEER TO MATCH EXISTING EXISTING 2" AIR SPACE 2" AIR SPACE

NINE 52ND C NINE 52ND CON FILING E - PE FILING E - PENT

416 52ND WEST STREET 52ND STREET 416 WEST NEW YORK, NY, 10019 NEW YORK, NY, 10019

VAPOR BARRIER VAPOR BARRIER 2 LAYERS 2 LAYERS OF 5/8" OF 5/8" EXTERIOR GYP. EXTERIOR GYP. 2 1/2" MTL. STUD 2 1/2" MTL. STUD

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5/8" GYPSUM 5/8" GYPSUM

DRAWING DRAWING TITLE: TITLE:

STAIR BULK STAIR BULKHE

DETAILS Chapter 01 02 03 04 05DETAILS METAL 6" METAL6"STUD W/STUD W/ BATT INSULATION BATT INSULATION

3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD 3/4" MARINE GRADE PLYWOOD 3 COAT DRAINABLE STO 3 COAT DRAINABLE STO


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FOR CON PRICING S

c Copyright Spivak Architects P.C. 2012

NO.

D

CLIENT:

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VANBARTON

PHASE 01 AXONOMETRIC NW

420 LEXINGTON AV NEW YORK, NEW YO TEL: 212.293.8872

STRUCTURAL CONS

WSP GROUP

228 EAST 45TH STR NEW YORK, NEW YO TEL: 212.687.9888

MECHANICAL CONS

EP ENGINEERI

110 WILLIAM STREE NEW YORK, NEW YO TEL: 212.257.6190

SPIVAK AR

152  Madison   Avenue New York,   New York  Tel 212‐343‐1166 Fax 

45 WEST ELEVATO ADDITIO

Phase 02: Completion of deck and bulkhead

NEW YORK, NY 100 DRAWING TITLE:

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02 POST-DIGITAL FABRICATION Syracuse, New York “The joint is the beginning of ornament. And that must be distinguished from decoration which is simply applied. Ornament is the adoration of the joint.” – Louis Kahn The joint is the translation between the conceptual and reality. At the same time, the modern tools are used primarily for surface treatment. With the swell of digital fabrication, there is an opportunity to leverage these tools to resynthesize ornamentation and joinery back into architectural design. The CNC milled joint opens up the possibility for artistic differentiation, masscustomization, and efficiency of assembly. Pushing the limits of the CNC mill begins to change the definition of ornament and the role of the joint in the construction process.

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Translating traditional japanese joints though the 3 axis CNC mill

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Studies for panelling and using a second material

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Experiments with steel “pin� and ornamentation

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Two sites in Slocum Hall for intervention Grasshopper studies of variable panel compostions

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Renderings produced in collaboration with G. Boyijin and I. Segurra

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Above: Cut sheets for “clips” Right: Isometric detail of assembly sequence

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Slot clip pieces together Bolt to unistrut Insert panels to matching clip Pin with steel angle

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03 THE BERG Syracuse, New York Situated on a public park in a poverty stricken area of Syracuse, the studio aims to realize a design that can become a precedent to re-imagine parks in the area. To turn under-designed field houses across the city into community culture centers. Working as a collective studio alongside engineering students, with a real client and a limited budget. The studio aims to present a cohesive design to the Parks Department to be constructed.

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Existing condition

Presentations and meetings with community leaders to understand programmatic needs Construction Sequence Collaboration C. Kohen

Demo: Cut opening in sheathing

Demo: remove rafters

Insert new structural ring

New steel framing

Cross members

Water proofed and finished

Box frame

Join with perimeter structure

Roof framing

Clad roof

Walls erected

Exterior masonry forms added

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(Ice)-Berg in the Fieldhouse

Berg cut in two (programs)

Top rises and opens roof Bottom slides out

Skylight diffuses daylight New addition to park serves as bike storage

Image Produced by S. Kallman. Rhino, VRay, Photoshop, Illustrator

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Drawing Collaboration: D. Hareli, E.Lodato Sketches Produced by S. Kallman

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Design Collaboration: D. Hareli, C. Kohen, A. Dobbertin, L. Chan, E. Lodato. Model Produced by S. Kallman

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galvanized metal Galvanized roofing metal roofing

2x2 steel tub2x2 steel tubing ing

multiwallMultiwall polycarbonate polycarbonate

Metal fold down metal fold-down door door 3x3 steel3x3 tubingsteel tubing

multiwallMultiwall polycarbonate polycarbonate

Perforated perforated steel panels steel panels

galvanized metal

Exterior exterior concrete seat concrete seat exterior rock climbing Exterior rock wall climbing wall concrete slab onslab grade Concrete on grade

polycarbonate steel tubing metal door perforated metal concrete

Design Collaboration: D. Hareli, C. Kohen, A. Dobbertin, L. Chan. Model Produced by S. Kallman

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Mock Up Collaboration: S. Kallman, E Lodato, M.Yeo

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04 URBAN FARM-HOUSE Long Island City, New York

Within a development focused studio, the site is in the heart of Long Island City, where many housing developments are springing up. Proposed is a large multistory retail space, with greenhouses for hydroponic farming. The revenue from the residential tower will help fund the initial investment for a fully functional hydroponic farm, while providing amenities for residents such as, views of manhattan skyline, outdoor gardening space, retail for the neighborhood, and cultivating an identity in LIC.

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Public Circulation Retail Dining Atrium Hydroponic Farm Private Lobby Below

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5.9%

24.4%

CONSTRUCTION & MATERIALS

INDUSTRY

11.8%

41.7%

RAIL, AIR, BUS, TRUCK, SHIP

BUILDING OPERATIONS

16.3% CONSUMER AUTO

24.9%

21.1%

INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY

<1%

34.3%

TRANSPORTATION

TRANSPORTATION

74.9%

44.6%

BUILDINGS

Energy Usage

BUILDINGS

Electricity Usage

15% Global Green house gas emissions

20% Fossil Fuel usage

CO2 Emissions

38% Agricultural land use - Global

45% Agricultural land use - USA Source: architecture2030.org

Levels 8-18: Studios, 1BD, 2BD, 3BD

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Exterior Residentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Garden Apartments

Gym

Public Terrace Hydroponic Farm

Retail

Grocery

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Residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Lobby

View from Subway Track

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Public Retail

Residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Elevator with View of External Porch Gardens

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05 MODELS & SKETCHES One of the most important aspects of architecture to me is making something physical. I really enjoy exploring the dynamic relationship between the conceptual and the physical.

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Assisted on Thesis project model. Collaboration with Jeff Cheung and Chris Kovel.

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Model from Semester Abroad Studio

Poplar Bowl | Made on Lathe

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In collaboration with Mark Hernandez

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Travel sketches from semester abroad

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thank you!

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SAM KALLMAN sam.m.kallman@gmail.com 707.331.8391


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