Siddharth Hosamath Selected Works 2022

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SIDDHARTH HOSAMATH

2020- 2022

SELECTED WORKS

SIDDHARTH HOSAMATH

SELECTED WORKS

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STATEMENT

Siddharth Hosamath is an architectural designer , currently based in Los Angeles, pursuing his passion in architectural design and critical thinking.

He has a Masters degree at the southern California Institute of Architecture. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Architecture at BMS. School of Architecture , Bangalore, India.

During his education , he explored effectively with contemporary and futuristic architecture pedagogy, deepening his thought into the field.

Siddharth’s architectural work has evolved regularly throughout his career. He believes that the only thing which is constant is change, and this change through critical thinking and experiences of Architecture and design. Learning new and innovative ideas to travers the art tech craft world (Architecture world).

PROFILE SUMMARY

Creative and resourceful Architectural Designer with a Master’s degree in Architecture and experience in both residential and commercial designs. An articulate communicator who has effectively explored contemporary and futuristic architecture pedagogy, and worked on housing projects and interior renovations. Possess a solid understanding of building materials, systems, specifications, codes, details, and construction techniques. Committed to developing new skills in the field and possess proven ability to contribute to the organizational discourse, and deliver presentations, and contract deliverables. Passionate about excellence, innovation, sustainability, green design principles, and collaboration.

EDUCATION

Master of Architecture (M.Arch II) | Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), Los Angeles, California 2020 – 2022

Bachelor of Architecture(B.Arch) | BMS School of Architecture (BMSSA), Bangalore Karnataka, India 2015 – 2020

“Cross-Cultural Design in Architecture” | Winter School, The University of Adelaide Jul 2018

AREAS OF COMPETENCIES

• Architecture

• Residential & Commercial Designs

• Physical Models & Animations

• 3D Models & Diagrams

• Institutional Projects

• Metal Fabrication

• Drawings & Renderings

• Model Making Carpentry

• Workload Management

• Client Satisfaction

• Process Innovation

• Conceptual Design

• Project Collaboration

• Unreal Engine

• Documentation

Technical Skills: Rhino | Autocad | Zbrush | C4D/Redshift | Adobe Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)

| MAYA | Microsoft Office | Grasshopper | Fologram | Sketchup Pro | Lumion | Twinmotion | V-Ray

Soft Skills: Critical Thinking | Quick Learning Curve | Verbal & Written Communication | Team Work | Initiative | Problem Solving | Decision Quality | Attention to Details | Precision & Accuracy | Presentations | Time Management

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Architecture Designer 1 | AUX Architecture

• Consistently modeled design options for a multi million dollar residential project.

• Developed and curated physical models based on client requirement.

• Consistently Drafted construction documents.

Teaching Assistant | Tending the Wild ,Sci-Arc

Nov 2022 – Present

Aug – Dec 2021

• Instructed on the use of C4D/Redshift, critiqued visual content, coordinated site visits, and organized class materials and schedule.

Teaching Assistant | IDD Introduction to Digital Design Sci-Arc Aug 2021

• Instructed and problem-solved the new incoming class with skills in MAYA and Zbrush, and organized class materials and coordination.

Architect Intern | Kulkarni Associates, Bangalore May 19 -Sept 20

• Worked on projects like the State Bank of India’s branches in Bangalore, three (3) apartment projects, as well

EXHIBITIONS

Intentionally Opaque Sculptural Installations, 2022 Sci-Arc Spring Show, 2022 Details,Details,Details... 2022

RESUME’
TABLE OF CONTENTS Siddharth Hosamath | M.Arch II 008 RIB·BON ERIC OWEN MOSS Vertical Design Studio 022 FIT IN Office Competition 2021 030 TRIQUTERA Home Competition 2021 036 TERRAFORMA Skid Row Competition 040 2GBX OUTRE’ POLYPHONY 2GBX Design Studio 2 048 AS3222 DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 3GAX Design Doc GR 058 Details , Details, Details..... Applied Studies Seminar
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RIB·BON

“Instead of perfecting a precedent, I was encouraged - as were all of Balanchine’s dancers - to set one, if I dared. We started breaking the rules at the very first rehearsal.” - Susanne Farrell, Holding on to the Air The West Los Angeles site at the intersection of La Cienega, Jefferson, and National Boulevards and the Ballona Creek has the potential to redefine the urban conception of the West Side of Los Angeles, and perhaps the entire city. LA: A city? Or cities? The largely underdeveloped site at the crossing of the two boulevard axes - northsouth and east-west - marked by the new La Cienega Expo Line station and the currently concretized Ballona Creek, suggests a forthcoming new urban focus in a city long known for its ephemeral urban emphases

Is La Cienega/Jefferson then a new Los Angeles center?

The first (W)rapper tower on the site on the north-west corner is to be completed in 2022. (W)rapper 2 on the adjacent site, directly east, Jefferson adjacent, is in the offing. To the south, on a separate site, a third office tower is proposed. The studio project is to design both new towers, to define the visual and organizational relationships between the three and the area, to organize the ground plain that connects the 3 discrete buildings, and to fulfill the specific program requirements of each building.

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3GBX VERTICAL STUDIO
SUSPENDED STAIRS FLOOR TENSION CABLES + DAIGONAL COLUMNS BI-DIRECTIONAL BEAMS
VOLUME C RIB·BON PRIMARY FRAME RIB·BON + PRIMARY & SECONDARY FRAME TERTIARY FRAME CONNECTION DIAGONAL CORES
11 SECONDARY FRAME RIB·BON + PRIMARY FRAME MEZZANINE FLOORS FLOORS OF VOLUME A+B BEAMS MULLION SYSTEM SHADOW GLAZING*
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The intersection of the masses and the adapting structure that supports the cantilevers generate unique interior layouts and structural schemes for each floor. The floor slabs are designed to adapt to the changing structural layout. A lot of atrium, mezzanines, views and circulation paths emerge from the intersections of this dynamic massing and structure strategy.

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The section demonstrates the relationship of structure with the floor slabs, interior spaces and continuous volumes of the interior spaces.

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SHADOW GLAZING, based on the shadow of itself on the day of summer solstice , a grade of different glazing shades are pursued on the glazing for the facade system.

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FOR YOUR CONಫORT

For Your Confort is an investigation of human postures through furniture, expanding on anthropometric relations, of the body and comfort. This is a correlation between constraint of the body and comfort , which derives the form of the chair.

The embodiment of different feelings and emotions based of the intensity and positions through our bodies has established a certain language of chairs . The exploration can be framed as de-antagonizing of the wrong, where wrong being the importance and the history of the correct posture(s). Historically there has always been an obsession of controlling and moulding the body, since the invention of the chair by the Egyptians. The body was meant to conform to the chair and be controlled, a desire

to constantly constraint. Postures are always in a flux, ever changing in those movements and micro movements, through time , state and emotion. Colonialism played a major role in the aspect of introducing this control of the body to various distinct cultures ,which made an impact on these freeing ways of living. Yet for a leader like Gandhi , the action of sitting crosslegged amongst the people gave a sense of comfort and trust , in their postures through times of difficulty, which ties back into a deeper personal reality. At some level the scope to claim that we are currently living through a new stage of posture evolution related to the particular conditions of labor and leisure of the 2020s which design needs to reinvent itself to accommodate.

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GRADUATE THESIS Critc WILLIAM VIRGIL SU2022
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For Your Confort is a catalog of chairs which conform to the body in a fluid morphology and through a specific feeling of posture. As a result each posture of the body sculpts itself a desired chair , fluid and distinct from another. Unintentionally , the catalogue converts into a laboratory for design speculation revealing new ideas of comfort & constraint. The representative nature of these objects are only a reflection of the body and its movement. The ideology of comfort within our body is through position, and sensation. For comfort being in a specific posture , this thesis , provides those specific illustrations in which the chair is conforming to the posture, where comfort is only a matter of time.

From an office chair to a lounger , these objects turn into a cloth like entity , without concern of borders of rigidity , whilst structuring itself intentionally through features narrated by the embodiment.

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The world as we know changed the way we live, work and most importantly communicate. With the hybrid model of work from home continuing to be the norm, the typical office model has been forced to adapt. Digital meetings with in person employees in the office makes it challenging to isolate noise.

This project is an iteration of the near hybrid future where collaborative work though the physical and digital realms is brought together.

An acoustic pod which transforms as per the needs of the media of communication, an open office floor plan , for in person workflow and a closed setting with the Office Pod. The digital space being unique to each , brings in the need for individual acoustic isolation.

The pods are configurable as per the needs of a single person through the vertical isolator, and customizable through horizontal moving panels guided by a track system ,to change sizes of meeting rooms and group offices together.

The office pod is a polycarbonate shell with sound dampening foam panels strategically placed based on the user position enclosed in a frame. Each shell is supported by a roof truss and can move vertically when it is not needed (to allow an open floor plan?). The pod includes an audio visual system incorporated into the panels in order to accommodate digital meetings.

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3GAX VERTICAL STUDIO 1 Critic JOHN ENRIGHT FA2021 FIT
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FIT IN 1. Individual pod enclosed configuration. 2. Twin collab pod configuration 3.Individual+ Team space moving wall config. 4. Open office configuration + moving walls 5. Exploded worms eye view. 5
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This home for three generations explores the individual needs for each generation while creating a collective family space that is formed by these different elements. Considering the recent pandemic need for individuals to quarantine within homes, the project creates novel ways to address how families could interact yet be physically separated at times.

Three main rooms - the grandparents, parents, and children, are united within a central family space . Each distinct area carefully caters to its users, and every room’s exterior facade represents the space that is behind it: a loveseat and bookshelf for the elderly to relax on, an office desk for parent(s) working from home, and a slide representing the playfulness of the children’s space.

However distinct and private each room is, they all diverge to the center, with puzzle-like elements embedded within the walls and shifting some functions

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TERRAFORMA

SKID ROW COMPETITION

Terraforma is an approach to the housing problem with an intent to integrate urban farming and landscape within the homeless housing facility to create a new hybrid form of building and green space. The project is aiming to help people transition back into society with one of mans most important and instinctively simple task of farming. The project takes upon a social skill of cultivating to uplift and maintain ones well-being. This idea of co-living and learning a skill, is making an effort to bridge the gap in a way how nature doesn’t differentiate humans. The space gives an opportunity to learn a skill to get back on one’s feet, and in the process, renew their life. Terraforma is a space , where urban farming , vocational training and mental wellness are of the core objective. The system of the landscape has been transformed vertically. The use of plant grow lights to aid the buildings farming capability

The project aims for a distribution of spaces with boundaries focused on three user groups. The Residents, Non-residents and Day Boarders. The residents are located on the L2 and L3, and they are separated by the terraforma level which houses the main space for farming. The space hosts a recreational and meditation halls. This brings about a sense of confidence by interacting and sharing with the community.

The ground floor is a safe meeting space with a community kitchen , laundry, showers, a library and a medical space. This gives people access to the services as they can be transitioning on a day to day scheme. This helps support the group of individuals who choose to be non residents of the project.

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OUTRÉ POLYPHONY

“HARMONY PROJECT”

Outré Polyphony takes on the Harmony Project music school as a simultaneous conglomerate of nature and nature driven artificiality. Forming a harmonic relationship amongst nature and created nature. Hierarchy given to nature whilst maintaining human intervention and its intensity. The polyphonies of nature’s fragments held together by human intercession. Agglomerated, this Polyphony no more depends on the human to thrive and the relationship lawyers with time.

2GBX DESIGN STUDIO 2 Critic
SP2021
RAMIRO DIAZ GRANADOS

Building a cohesion between the different forms and attitudes of these fragments of nature takes my project in the direction of dominance by these entities towards the human. The school expands on the underlying aspects of nature while being supported by man-made objects. Building a cohesion between the different forms and attitudes of these fragments of nature takes my project in the direction of dominance by these entities towards the human.

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The contours assemble around a pivotal axis forming a central courtyard access to the classrooms. The valley like space serves as a means of performance area.

The polyphonic relationship between the grids, contours and terrain.

OUTRÉ POLYPHONY

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Volumes containing the theatres and performance spaces is carved into the terrain making an important hierarchy between them, where dominance is seen through

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

JORGE DE OVANDO , SOPHIE AKOURTY , DHEER TALREJA , PATRIK MQUILLEN , HUI WANG , YIXING XIAO, KERAN DUAN Critic

HERWIG BAUMGARTNER ZACH BURNS FA2021

The projed is a musical school located at the month west corner of Exposition park. The building is taken from Ramiro Diaz Granados design studio, Designed by Jorge De Ovando. Design Development by the team of 8 students, which involves complete structural , facade , HVAC, Plumbing, Fire safety and ADA compliant.

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CABINET + HANDRAIL The French Frog

Location

Our cabinet is meant to be located in the Maison de Verrre by Pierre Charreau, where the shelves and the handrail are one and only element, situated on the edge of the top floor. We wanted to design a piece that would imply the horizontality and continuity of its location, as if it was one section that was cut off from an initially elongated piece that spans a whole floor edge.

Materiality

The materials used were 3/4” Cherry wood for the exterior, 1/2” birch wood for the drawers, 3/4” bent steel rods for the handrail and legs, and 0.2” steel rod for the front drawer handle. The furniture piece includes three drawers of different sizes and depths, with a different type

Process

The design of the drawers’ handle began with the exploration of IKEA pieces, specifi-cally the legs of the KRILLE table. We recreated that same bend, flipped it horizontally, and inserted it into our carved wooden front piece. Our cabinet is an exploration of the different ways steel and wood can complete eachother, finding different techniques to combine those two materials seamlessly.

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3'

.04” per forated aluminum guardrail

1” diameter aluminum tubing, typical

.0625 aluminum threshhold

existing steel catwalk

125” per forated aluminum landing

painted 4x4 hardwood to reinforce 3/8” thru-bolt

existing dr ywall replaced with 5/8” plywood- attached at stud locations w/wood screws

1” diameter aluminum tube struts

existing painted gypsum wall board

4” metal studs

existing painted 5/8” gypsum wall board w/3/8” plywood backer 2-1/2” long x 1/4” lag bolt

Front

Back

.04” per forated aluminum guardrail

Right

SECTION AT LANDING SECTION THROUGH TREAD

existing painted gypsum wall board

1” diameter aluminum tubing, typical

.04” per forated aluminum guardrail

existing dr ywall replaced with 5/8” plywood- attached at stud locations w/wood screws

125 and .04 per forated aluminum bent at joint and bolted together at 4” on center

aluminum tubing welded together at 8” on center, typical 125” per forated aluminum tread

1/8” x 1/2” aluminum flatbar welded to aluminum tubing - per forated aluminum landing bolted to flatbar

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4” metal studs

existing painted 5/8” gypsum wall board w/3/8” plywood backer 2-1/2” long x 1/4” lag bolt

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2” 10” 20” 4” 0” 2” 10” 20” 4”
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Exploded Axonometry

Drawers (D1, D2, D3) and the different steel insersions methods in the wood

The leg is sandwiched in-between two pieces of wood

D1 D3

hinged aluminum gate

The handrail slides into the holes of the side piece and glues to the top cabinet

Exploded Axonometry

The building process

SECTION AT LANDING

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SECTION THROUGH TREAD

.0625 aluminum threshhold 125” perforated aluminum landing

existing steel catwalk painted 4x4 hardwood to reinforce 3/8” thru-bolt

existing drywall replaced with 5/8” plywood- attached at stud locations w/wood screws

1” diameter aluminum tube struts

D2

The legs are bolted onto the bottom of the drawer The handle is glued in a crease inside the wood

existing painted 5/8” gypsum wall board w/3/8” plywood backer

existing painted gypsum wall board

2-1/2” long x 1/4” lag bolt 4” metal studs

.04” perforated aluminum guardrail 1” diameter aluminum tubing, typical .04” perforated aluminum guardrail

existing painted 5/8” gypsum wall board w/3/8” plywood backer

existing painted gypsum wall board

14 slices of cherry veneer vacuumed press on a foam mold

.04” perforated aluminum guardrail

existing drywall replaced with 5/8” plywood- attached at stud locations w/wood screws

1” diameter aluminum tubing, typical 125 and .04 perforated aluminum bent at joint and bolted together at 4” on center

aluminum tubing welded together at 8” on center, typical 125” perforated aluminum tread

1/8” x 1/2” aluminum flatbar welded to aluminum tubing - perforated aluminum landing bolted to flatbar

2-1/2” long x 1/4” lag bolt 4” metal studs

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META(L)-TIMBER

2GAX ADVANCED TECTONICS & MATERIALS

This tectonic class is divide into two parts there in the first part consist of a deep research to identify the main details that defined a facade’s system. We were interested in timber structures and explored the Shigeru Ban’s Nine Bridges Country club. A deep understanding of the tectonic system was explored through research & 3-D modelling.

The country club is made up of three buildings which encompasses different structural systems present in a more modern sense through traditional materials like wood and glass.

Materiality of the joints and facade system was explored. Shigeru Ban’s approach to the facade design consisted of solid sustainable wood columns which was parametrically visualised.

After after having explore fully Shigeru Ban’s Nine Bridges Country club and how are the structural and tectonic design strategies worked harmoniously to create structure, we choose the Novartis building by Frank Gehry, to further expand on the tectonics of building technology. The challenge was to combine the timber structure of the steel and glass envelope where elements of the Novartis building for both facade and the roof of Nine Bridges.

The dynamic facade to our wooden columns where created a new tectonic element that would be sound both structurally and formally. The diagonal metallic mullions of the Novartis harmonise well with the hexagon and Timber grid of the club.

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PROFESSIONAL

PROVIDING AND FIXING OF 13'6"X15'0" GYPSUM BOARD FALSE CEILING AS PER DESIGN

PROVIDING RECTANGULAR BOX FOR PLANTER AS PER DESIGN. RECTANGLE DIMENSION OF TO BE MADE OF 1" RUBBER WOOD FINISHED WITH POLISH.

19MM PLYWOOD PLYWOOD TOP WOODEN FLOORING

BOTTOM OF SLAB +9'-10" FFL +3"

BOTTOM OF SLAB +9'-10"

PROVIDING AND FIXING OF 13'6"X15'0" GYPSUM BOARD FALSE CEILING AS PER DESIGN

PROVIDING AND FIXING OF LAQUERED GLASS BOARD OF 3' X 1'8" , SCREWED TO THE WALL WITH S/S SPACER WITH S/S CAPS

19MM THK SHELF WITH LAMINATE FINISH

WOODEN FLOORING

WOODEN FLOORING FFL +3" FFL +3"

BOTTOM OF SLAB +9'-10"

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ON PLY STICKER ON PLY BANK MANAGER 9'3" x 8'2" TELLER ROOM 4'-8" 2'-4" 2'-6" 03 A-3 PLAN 2' 1' 4" 2'-51 2 " 3'-1" ELEVATION I D 9'-6" 4" 1" THK WOODEN FRAME WITH FIXED GLASS FFL +3" 2'-10" 1'-4 1 2 " 1'-3 1 2 " FALSE CEILING +8' 6-1/2" BOTTOM OF SLAB +9'-10" 3' 3' STORAGE 4' x 8' TELLER 13'7" X 15' D1 D2 D3 I 1'-6" 4' 2'-6" 5'-6" 3'-2" 6'-31 2 2'-21 2 3'-111 2 3'-11" 3'-111 2 1'-6" 2'-5" 4" 9'-3" A A A A B B C C SECTION C-C SECTION B-B SECTION A-A PROVIDING AND FIXING OF 13'6"X15'0" GYPSUM BOARD FALSE CEILING AS PER DESIGN PROVIDING AND FIXING OF STORAGE CABINET WITH DEPTH OF 1'2" MADE OF 19MM PLYWOOD ,WITH DRAWERS AND SLIDING DOORS FINISHED WITH LAM AS PER
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8'-9" ROOM 7' 3'-3" 5'-8" 1'-6" 4'-3" 3' 1'-2" 3' 6" TK FULL HEIGHT PARTITION WITH 2X4', 2'X2' C/C SALWOOD FRAMEWORK , WITH 12MM GYPSUM ON 12MM PLY ON BOTH SIDES 1" THK RUBBERWOOD BOX FOR PLANTER FINISHED WITH POLISH AS PER DESIGN LINE OF LEVEL DIFFERENCE STORAGE UNIT SLIDING DOORS WITH DRAWERS 8" 1'-6" 4' 2'-6" 5'-6" 4" EXISTING WINDOW COLUMN 3'-11" 2'-21 2 3'-10" 3'-61 2 " 4'-51 2 " 6" ELEVATION D2 ELEVATION D1 ELEVATION D3 9'-10" CONFERENCE ROOM DOOR PROVIDING AND FIXING OF FRAME - 2" X 5" SAL WOOD DOOR FRAMES FINISHED WITH POLISH 2'-3" 2'-3" 3'-3" PROVIDING AND FIXING OF STORAGE CABINET WITH DEPTH OF 1'2" MADE OF 19MM PLYWOOD ,WITH DRAWERS AND SLIDING DOORS FINISHED WITH LAM AS PER DESIGN FFL +3" FALSE CEILING +8' 6-1/2" BEAM LVL PLY BOXING FROM TOP OF PARTITION WALL TO BOTTOM OF BEAM SLAB 12MM THK PLYWOOD 12MM GLASS (POSTERS) 6" THK FULL HEIGHT PARTITION (2'X4'. 2'X2' C/C SAL WOOD FRAMEWORK; 12MM GYPSUM ON 12MM PLYBOTH SIDES PROVIDING AND PAINTING OF INTERNAL PARTITION WALL WITH SPECIFIED TEXTURE PAINT 3' 3'-01 2 3'-1" 3' 2'-41 2 3'-6" 101 2 " 2'-5" STORAGE UNIT (SLIDING DOORS WITH DRAWERS) FIXED GLASS BEAM LEVEL +9'-1" 9'-1" GLASS DOOR FFL 2'-10" 3' B B C C BOTTOM OF SLAB +9'-10" 3' 111 2 " 3' 1'-10" 4'-3" SB 76 (2)6A RAW @3' A.F.F SB 77 (1) SWITCH @4' A.F.F 3' 4'
RETAIL / CAFE' DN PLAN - FIRST PLAN
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UP UP DN ISMB 100 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. 4"X4"X10MM, 7" HIGH MS FLAT 2NOs. 1"X1" BOX SECTIONS WELDED TO MS FLAT TO SUPPORT TREAD 2"X2" SS HAND RAIL 1"DIA RUBBER WOOD RAILING 10mm Ø 112" LONG SS PIPE TO FIX RUBBER WOOD RAILS TO BALUSTER T.O.S +2'8"LVL ISMC 100 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC STR. METAL STAIRCASE DETAILS 10'-8" 4'-7" 1' 4'-7" 4' 3'-7" 10" EQ EQ EQ 4' EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ 4'-7" 1' 4' 4' EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ 4' 4"X4"X10MM, 7" HIGH MS FLAT T.O.S +8'8"LVL T.O.S +17'2"LVL T.O.S +26'6"LVL SPIDER GLAZING BEYOND DOOR TO LOUNGE ENTRANCE BEYOND GLASS CANOPY BEYOND STAIRCASE TO MEZZANINE FLOOR GLASS RAILING TO BE DETAILED BEAM B7 AS PER STR. DWG. BEAM B7 BEYOND AS PER STR. DWG. BEAM B7 PARTIALLY UPTURN AS PER STR. DWG. RCC STEP 6" 6" 5' ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 100 AS PER STR. DWG. 6" 6" 6" 6" 6" 6" ISMC 200 BOX AS PER STR. DWG. T.O.S +2'8"LVL T.O.S +8'8"LVL T.O.S +17'2"LVL 4"X4"X10MM, HIGH ISMB STR. 2NOs. WELDED SUPPORT ISMB STR. 10mm TO FIX RAILS 2"X2" HAND FIRST AS PER BEAM UPTURN DWG. COLUMN PER ISMC SPIDER GLAZING WALL BEYOND RCC BEAM B7 AS PER STR. DWG. 1' 6" 6" 4'-7" BEAM B10 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DWG. SPIDER GLAZING ISMC 300 BEYOND AS PER STR. DWG. GLASS RAILING TO BE DETAILED 3NOs. OVER 3NOs. 4'X4" BAMBOO STRIP FIXED OVER 12MM PLY AT A GAP OF 1 4 ISMC 100 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 100 AS PER STR. DWG. 11'-3" 2' 6'-3" 3'-2" T.O.S +2'8"LVL T.O.S +2'8"LVL RETAIL T.O.S +17'2"LVL T.O.S +8'8"LVL ISMC 100 AS PER STR. DWG. EQ EQ MEZZANINE FLOOR ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DWG. 2'
- MEZZANINE FLOOR
- GROUND FLOOR
T.O.S +14'8"LVL DN UP SOCIAL AREA PLAN - SECOND FLOOR DN FIRST FLOOR 300 AS PER DWG. 3NOs. 4'X4" BAMBOO STRIPS FIXED OVER 12MM PLY AT A GAP OF 1 4 " 12MM PLY NAILED TO MS FLAT 4"X4"X10MM, 7" HIGH MS FLAT 1"X1" BOX SECTION TO SUPPORT TREAD AS PER STRUCTURAL MS FLAT WELDED TO ISMB 200 ISMB 200 AS PER STR. DWG. DETAILS EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ 4' 5'-6" 4' 4"X4"X10MM, 7" MS FLAT 200 AS PER DWG. 2NOs. 1"X1" BOX SECTIONS WELDED TO MS FLAT TO SUPPORT TREAD 200 AS PER DWG. 10mm Ø 112" LONG SS PIPE FIX RUBBER WOOD RAILS TO BALUSTER 2"X2" SS HAND RAIL FIRST FLOOR SLAB PER STR. DWG. BEAM B7 PARTIALLY UPTURN AS PER STR. DWG. COLUMN BEYOND AS STR. DWG. ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DGW. STEPS ISMC 300 AS PER STR. DWG. 3NOs. 4'X4" BAMBOO STRIP FIXED OVER 12MM PLY AT A GAP OF 1 4 " 12MM MS FLAT WELDED TO THE BOX SECTIONS T.O.S +26'6"LVL ISMC 100 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 100 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 100 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 100 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 300 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 100 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. EQ EQ EQ 11'-3" ISMC 300 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMB 200 BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. ISMC 200 BOX BELOW AS PER STR. DWG. EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ 4' EQ EQ EQ T.O.S +26'6"LVL FIRST AND THIRD STRIPS OF BAMBOO PROJECTING OUT OF THE PLY BY 1"
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