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SHARVARI MHATRE

selected works 2013 - 2018


SHARVARI MHATRE (732) 331 2210 sharvari3095@gmail.com EDUCATION

2013 - 2018 Pra Ins tute, New York - Bachelor of Architecture, Concentra on in Morphology

EXPERIENCE

2017 - 2018 Intern, Ten to One Architects, Brooklyn •developed schema c design for a museum •rendered marke ng images for a museum and a housing project using V-Ray •compiled presenta ons for approval by Landmarks Preserva on Commi ee •assisted in edi ng construc on documents using AutoCAD Research Assistant, Center for Experimental Structures, Pra Ins tute 2016 Intern, Malik Architecture, Mumbai •built digital and physical models for a large-scale housing project, a restaurant and two museums •maintained and updated office materials library Teaching Assistant, Representa on II, Pra Ins tute 2015 Intern, Architect Reza Kabul, Mumbai •prepared construc on documents using AutoCAD and Revit 2014 Intern, AIMS Consultants, Mumbai •assisted in maintaining and upda ng materials library •revised construc on documents using AutoCAD

HONORS

President’s List, Pra Ins tute - Spring 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Fall 2017 Interna onal Merit-based Scholarship - 2013 - 2018

SKILLS

architectural - dra ing, model making, sketching, photography, calligraphy so ware - Rhinoceros 3D, V-Ray, AutoCAD, Adobe Crea ve Suite, Sketchup, Revit, Grasshopper, Maxwell, Microso Office


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PROFESSIONAL WORK

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THE TERROIR PROJECT

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THE TOURIST VORTEX

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MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY FOOD CULTURES

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MORPHOLOGY

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PRATT INSTITUTE STUDENT HOUSING

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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY BOATHOUSE

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WAVEHILL ACADEMY

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REPRESENTATION

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

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URBAN STUDIES

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FREEHAND DRAWING

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5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD @6" ABOVE FINISH CLG U.O.N. (TYP) USE "DUROCK" AS SUBSTRATE FOR TILE (TYP) 2 X 4 METAL STUD @ 16"O.C. (TYP)

3 5/8" 0 5/8"

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WALL TYPE 1 - Interior 3”=1’-0”

4 7/8"

0 5/8"

SAFB (SOUND ATTENUATING FIBER BLANKET) THERMAFIBER


01 | PROFESSIONAL WORK

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1 PROFESSIONAL WORK

Schema c Design for the Beggars’ Wharf waterfront district in Rockland, Maine (TEN TO ONE ARCHITECTS)

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Schema c Design for the townhouse complex in Beggars’ Wharf waterfront district, Rockland, Maine (TEN TO ONE ARCHITECTS)

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1 PROFESSIONAL WORK

Schema c Design for the museum complex in Beggars’ Wharf waterfront district, Rockland, Maine (TEN TO ONE ARCHITECTS)

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1 PROFESSIONAL WORK

Schema c Design for a Residen al building in Soho (TEN TO ONE ARCHITECTS)

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02 | THE TERROIR PROJECT 401 Design Studio Professors: Lindy Roy & Sanford Kwinter Partner: Danielle Kemble Site: Brooklyn Navy Yards Fall 2016 This project used the produc on, transporta on and consump on of food as a driving force for genera ng Architecture. The Urban Kitchen is a seasonal experimental food lab. It is a crea ve collabora on among Brooklyn ar sans to make unique dishes from local ingredients that are naturally available at that me. It is founded on the principle that edible ingredients are similar to the concept that a flower is freshest the moment it is picked from the bud, and begins to decay from that moment. The Urban Kitchen is supplemented by the Urban Bar across the East River and a vessel that would transport both ingredients and visitors. As a founda on to this project, intensive research was conducted focusing on the various aspects of the celebrated chef Rene Redzepi (Noma, Copenhagen) and the Japanese tea ceremony. Simplicity, purity, seasonality and sustainability were the common a ributes between the two and these were used as the program generator. Pla ng experiments were conducted to derive a formal logic.

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CATSKILL MOUNTAINS NEVERSINK FARMS

FISHKILL FARMS

BLUE MOUNTAIN RESERVEATIONS VULTO CREAMERY

VULTO CREAMERY

CAFE GRUMPY

WOLFFER ESTATE VINEYARD

BROOKLYN NAVY YARD

JACQUES TORRES CHOCOLATE

BELLOCQ

BROOKLYN GRANGE KING’S COUNTY DISTILLERY

BIEN CUIT BKLYN LARDER OTHER HALF BREWING COMPANY

AMPLE HILLS CREAMERY

Foraging network of local ar sans and producers that would collaborate in the Urban Kitchen

Pla ng experiments with local seasonal ingredients 14


02 THE TERROIR PROJECT

Plans of the Urban Kitchen 15


Sec onal model showing the rela onship of the spaces in the Urban Kitchen to its core 16


02 THE TERROIR PROJECT

Sec onal model showing the Urban Kitchen and Bar on the opposite sides of the East River

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View of the collabora ve mise en place in the Urban Kitchen

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02 THE TERROIR PROJECT

View of the Urban Bar from the East River

View of visitors foraging in the ingredient vessel 19


03 | THE TOURIST VORTEX 402 Design Studio Professor: Lawrence Zeroth Site: Via della Concilliazione, Rome Spring 2017 This project was situated on the Spina facing St. Peters piazza and basilica in Rome, Italy. In addi on to catering to the large influx of tourists, the long-term goal of the vortex would be to rehabilitate the under-privileged people that Pope Francis has graciously allowed to live in the colonnades of the piazza. The program, which includes a museum, auditorium, outdoor theater, caravanserai, lounges, etc, was mapped out by an integrated process of demoli on and re-appropria on derived from a thorough historical analysis - especially the pedestrian nature of the medieval city. The purpose of the pedestrian nature of experiencing the approach to St. Peters is twofold. Firstly it allows for a slow and meaningful release of informa on to visitors and secondly the close interac on with the less fortunate makes one more aware of the reality of the world that we live in.

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Giamba sta Nolli Plan of the Borgo

Fascist era demoli on of the Borgo to create the Spina

Construc on of programs that raise funds for the less-fortunate (auditorium and museums)

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1950

2020 (phase 1)

Chronological sequence showing the gradual development of the program in the Tourist Vortex

Sec on showing the auditorium and museum space that directly face St. Peters

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Construc on of programs that employ the less-fortunate (bars, restaurants and shops)

Construc on of programs that educate the lessfortunate (trade schools and free universi es)

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2030 (phase 3)

2040 (phase 4)

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Construc on of programs that rehabilitate the lessfortunate (caravanserai and hospital)

THE TOURIST VORTEX

Exis ng and Proposed Visitor Experience 23


Ground level plan showing the Tourist Vortex as a synthesis of the Medieval and Modern Roman urban strategies

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Second floor plan showing the auditorium and caravanserai on the opposite ends of the Spina

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Sec on showing the reuse of exis ng private courtyards as public piazzas

Perspec ve sec on of the auditorium during an event with St. Peters in the background

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THE TOURIST VORTEX

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04 | MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY FOOD CULTURES 403 Design Studio Professor: Mark Rakatansky Site: American Museum of Natural History, New York Fall 2017 The extension to the American Museum of Natural History looks at food and drinking cultures as a means of reflec ng on contemporary society. It strives to move away from the inherently passive nature of museums where visual sense are used more than any other - especially since food and drinks are involved with the physical body. It engages the visitors in specific ac vi es like growing, experimen ng, ea ng, learning, and reflec ng. These ac vi es are divided based on their focus on retrospec ve and specula ve aspects of food cultures. The two strands of the extension convey this dis nc on.

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Site axonometric showing the collabora on with the 79th Street Greenmarket con nuing through the extension

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04 MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY FOOD CULTURES

View of the new extension juxtaposed with the exis ng Ross Terrace

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Plans 1 and 2 showing the sequen al exhibi on spaces through the two strands

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View of the ingredient library and experimental kitchen that supplements the outdoor ingredient

Sec on showing the specula ve first strand and retrospec ve second strand spli ng from the lobby 32


04 MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY FOOD CULTURES

View of the extended South American Peoples exhibit focusing on the role of grains in food culture

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05 | MORPHOLOGY One-sided Hyper Minimal Surface Professor: Haresh Lalwani Spring 2016 - Fall 2017 This monocoque sculpture is being constructed using water-jet cut alucabond sheets to be laminated and assembled in the Pra Sculpture Garden.

Layout of alucabond sheets to be cut

View of the en re minimal surface 34


05 MORPHOLOGY

Exploded parts of the sculpture and their finger joint connec ons

Assembly of the individual pieces 35


06 | PRATT INSTITUTE STUDENT HOUSING 301 Design Studio Professor: Robert Siegel Partner: Anne e Veliz Site: Clinton Hill, Brooklyn Fall 2015 This project tried to strike a balance between maintaining the unique aesthe c quali es of Pra Ins tute as an art school and the strict zoning codes of the Clinton Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. The program called for 110 bedrooms, lounges, laundry, gallery space and a rear yard. The mul ple unit types and generous shared spaces create facade varia on and are in keeping with Pra ’s dynamic student culture.

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Up

Up Dn

Dn

11'-8"STEP / SEATING

Dn

Dn 10'-2"STEP / SEATING

8'-8"STEP / SEATING

Ramp to Parking

7'-2"STEP / SEATING

Unit A

Dn

Individual Study Area

5'-8"STEP / SEATING

Up

Unit B

4'-2"STEP / SEATING

2'-8"STEP / SEATING

Group Study Area

1'-2"REAR YARD

Bicycle Parking

Dn

Up

0'-0"DATUM

Unit B

Unit A

Computer Room Unit A Unit B Up

Lobby Lounge

Up

Unit B

Trash chute

Unit E Security Desk Dn

Up

Dn

Mailroom

Gallery

Data Dist. Room

Up Dn

Up

Unit C Dn

Entrance

Unit E

Unit A

Dn Dn 6'-10"

11'

7'

7'

10'-7"

7'

10'

91'

Lobby Plan Sliding glass

Typical Floor Plan (2, 4, 6) Fixed glass

Fixed glass

Sliding glass 8”

1’

2’-6”

4’-6”

1’-8”

4’-6”

1’-2”

Zone 2

4’-6”

1’

DETAIL HORIZONTAL SECTION - ZONE 2 Clear glass

Zone 1

8’-8”

Solid wall

Clear glass 1’

7’

1’-8”

DETAIL HORIZONTAL SECTION - ZONE 3

1’

GRFC panels Fasteners Rigid Insulation Metal Flashing

Zone e3

Weather proofing membrane

Wall Details of typical bedroom 38

3’

8”

DETAIL WALL SECTION

10'-10"


7'-8"

Up

11'-8"

Dn

Unit A Unit B

7'-6"

Dn

Terrace 1’-2”

19'-4"

Unit B Dn

Unit A

1’-2”

Frosted Glass

7'-8"

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12'

4’-6” 8’-8”

Unit A Dn

146'

Unit B

3’

7'-6"

Clear Glass

19'-4"

Solid Wall

Bedroom om 8”

Unit B

Lounge

Dn

Unit E

8'-4"

PRATT INSTITUTE STUDENT HOUSING

Sliding Window

Trash chute Up

Sliding Door 8’-8”

Dn

Elec. Dist. Room

Dn

1’-2”

Frosted Glass

7’-6” Unit C

3’

6’

Open to below 28'

Living Room 8” Unit E

Unit A

Wall Sec on of the duplex unit

Typical Floor Plan (3 & 5) Sliding glass

1’

2’-6”

Fixed glass

5’-6”

Sliding glass

8” Zone 1

1’-2”

Zone 2

4’-6”

1’

DETAIL HORIZONTAL SECTION - ZONE 2

8’-8”

Fritted glass

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10’-6”

3 3’

1’ 8”

DETAIL HORIZONTAL SECTION - ZONE 3 DETAILS OF TYPICAL LIVING ROOM ON MYRTLE SIDE

DETAIL WALL SECTION

Wall Details of typical living rooms 39


View of student art gallery

View of roof garden

View of student lounge space

View of rear yard exhibit space

93’-4” End of open Clg. wall

80’-0” Ninth Floor

70’-4” Eighth g Floor

60’-4” Seventh Floor

51’-0” Sixth Floor

41’-8” Fifth Floor

32’-4” Fourth Floor

23’-0” Third Floor

13’-8” Second Floor

GRAND AVENUE ELEVATION - EAST

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East Eleva on


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UNIT A - INTERIOR ELEVATION A (Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

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UNIT A - INTERIOR ELEVATION B

TYPICAL KITCHEN DESIGN

(Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

(Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”)

TYPICAL BATHROOM DESIGN (Scale: 1/2” = 1’-0”)

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Typical Simplex layout

Typical Kitchen and Bathroom eleva ons

(Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

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PRATT INSTITUTE STUDENT HOUSING

UNIT A - TYPICAL SIMPLEX LAYOUT

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UNIT B - INTERIOR ELEVATION A (Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

LEVEL 1 (Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

UNIT B - INTERIOR ELEVATION B (Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

LEVEL 2 (Scale: 1/4” = 1’-0”)

Typical Duplex layout

Sec on showing the varying unit types

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07 | COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY BOATHOUSE 302 Design Studio Professor: Karen Kubey Partner: Jack Waine Site: Inwood Hill Park, Manha an Spring 2016 This project served as an extension to the neighborhood park invi ng the general public to experience the performance of the boathouse through the stepped roof. The varsity team would share this space with Row NY - an organiza on that teaches rowing to underprivileged children. Dierent levels of opaci es are used to control the interac on between the three user groups during the day and night.

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Plan 1 showing boat storage and changing rooms

Night me eleva on from the waterfront 44

Plan 2 showing the gym and oďŹƒces


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Plan 3 showing the public event space

Sec on model of the stepped green roof

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Perspec ve sec on showing the boat storage in use and the roof as an extended public park 46


07 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY BOATHOUSE

Wall sec on of the boat storage

Wall sec on of the lobby and green roof 47


08 | WAVEHILL ACADEMY 202 Design Studio Professor: Eva Perez de Vega Site: Riverdale, Bronx Spring 2015

This project is an extension to the Wavehill Recrea on Centre by adding galleries, classrooms and dwellings for ar sts in the site overlooking the Hudson river. It aimed to maximize the interac on between man and nature by means of the elevated exterior paths that encompass the rich flora of the area.

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Collage determining site strategy by crea ng paths around specific tree clusters

Sec on through classrooms

Sec on through lobby 50


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Exploded Axonometric showing the structural and material components used 51


Sequence through the spaces

North Eleva on 52


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WAVEHILL ACADEMY

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09 | REPRESENTATION 202 Design Studio Analysis of the Milam Residence Professor: Sebas an Misiurek Fall 2014

Rela on of interior spaces to the facade

Constructed exterior two-point perspec ve 54


09 REPRESENTATION

Sequen al assembly of parts

Constructed interior two-point perspec ve sec on 55


10 | CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS Professor: Christoph Kumpusch Spring 2016

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD @6" ABOVE FINISH CLG U.O.N. (TYP) USE "DUROCK" AS SUBSTRATE FOR TILE (TYP)

ALUMINUM EXTRUSION

2 X 4 METAL STUD @ 16"O.C. (TYP)

ARGON FILLED DOUBLE GLAZING

3 5/8" 0 5/8"

4 7/8"

0 5/8"

SAFB (SOUND ATTENUATING FIBER BLANKET) THERMAFIBER

WALL TYPE 1 - Interior

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3”=1’-0”

This project involved making construc on documents for the Student Housing project using industry standards.

WALL TYPE 2 - Glass Exterior Wall 3”=1’-0”

VAPOR BARRIER 5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE X 2 X 4 METAL STUD @ 16"O.C. (TYP)

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE X 2 X 4 METAL STUD @ 16"O.C. (TYP) INSIDE SHAFT

5/8" 5/8"

INSULATION

WALL TYPE 3 - 2 Hr. Rated Shaft Wall with

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WALL TYPE 4 - 2 Hr. Rated Hall & Between Units 3”=1’-0”

5/8" GYPSUM WALL BOARD TYPE X 2 X 4 METAL STUD @ 16"O.C. (TYP) INSULATION

RIGID INSULATION

12"

VAPOR BARRIER

STEEL ANGLE

ALUMINUM FACADE

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WALL TYPE 5 - Exterior Aluminum Facade 3”=1’-0”

CODE INFORMATION I a b c d e f g h II a

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50'-0"

ZONE:

REAR YARD 30'-0"

R7A

55'-0"

SIDE LOT

CORNET LOT COVERAGE:

100'-0"X100'-0" 80% (8,000 SQ FT)

SIDELOT COVERAGE:

100'-0"X50'-0" 65% (3,250 SQ FT)

90'-0"

CORNER LOT

WIDE ST. SETBACK 10'-0"

100'-0"

MYRTLE AVENUE WIDE STREET

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GRAND AVENUE

100'-0"

NARROW STREET

BASE HEIGHT: 40'-0" MIN. 65'-0" MAX. MAX HEIGHT: 80'-0" BUILDING SETBACKS: 15'-0" NARROW ST. REAR YARD: 10'-0" WIDE ST.

NARROW ST. SETBACK 15'-0"

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LOT SUMMARY Block Lot Community District Zoning Map Zoning District Street Width ( ) Special Purpose District Quality Housing Prgram PERMITTED USES Use Groups Permi ed Use Groups Proposed AREA SUMMARY Total Development Lot Area (sF) Maximum Permi ed Floor Area Ra o (FAR) Maximum Permi ed Zoning Floor Area (ZFA) Proposed Zoning Floor Area DENSITY Dwelling Unit Factor Maximum Dwelling Units Permi ed Proposed Dwelling Units YARD REGULATIONS Minimum Front Yard Required ( ) Minimum Side Yard Required ( ) Rear Yard Required ( ) Proposed Rear Yard ( ) LOT COVERAGE* Maximum Lot coverage

Proposed Lot Coverage VII HEIGHT AND SETBACK REGULATIONS* a Minimum Base Height ( ) b Maximum Base Height ( ) c Required Front Setback ( ) d Maximum Building Height ( ) Proposed Base Height ( ) Proposed Front Setback ( ) Proposed Building Height ( ) VIII STREET TREE PLANTING REGULATIONS Required Street Trees a Proposed Street Trees IX OFF-STREET PARKING REGULATIONS a Required Accessory Proposed Accessory Oī-Street Parking Spaces X OFF-STREET LOADING REGULATIONS a Required Accessory Oī Street Loading Berths Proposed Accessory Oī-Street Loading Berths XI BICYCLE PARKING REGULATIONS a Required Bicycle Parking Spaces Proposed Bicycle Parking Spaces

5 1/2"

3 5/8"

5/8" 5/8"

5/8" 5/8"

5 1/2"

3 5/8"

5/8" 5/8"

INSULATION

Value

Applicable Sec on

1892 65, 70, 71, 73, 74 2 12d R7A

Ar cle II - Ch. 4

N/A

23-011

Use Group 1,2,3,4

22-14

15,000 4 60,000

23-142 23-142 23-142

680 500

23-22 23-22

N/A N/A < 30

23-45 23-462 23-47

80% or 8,000 SF and 65% or 3,250 79%, 48%

23-142

40'-0" 65'-0" 10'-0", 15'-0" 80'-0" 63'-4" 15'-0" & 10'-0" @ 63'-4" 80'-0"

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25-30

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11 | URBAN STUDIES Professor: Giuliano Fiorenzoli Spring 2017

Figure-Ground Analysis of Venice 58


11 URBAN STUDIES

Analysis of the principal armature of Florence 59


12 | FREEHAND DRAWING Professor: Richard Piccolo Spring 2017

Matera

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Brion Cemetery, Treviso 12 FREEHAND DRAWING

Castelvecchio Museum, Verona 61

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