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STEPHANIE TUNG | 2012 - 2019

ARCHITECTURAL


The Lattice - The Golden Miles Recreational Natatorium

Photokeratitis

Kindergarten on Huron St.

Toronto | Golden Miles Paired Project Comprehensive Studio Project (Jan - April 2019) (M.Arch Y2) P4-9

Techscape: Vision for Toronto’s Waterfront

The Link

Toronto | Ryerson DAS Group Project (4 people) Superstudio Project (Sept-Dec 2018) (M. Arch Y2) P18-21

Frankfurt | River Am Main Individual Project Travel Studio Project (Jun-Aug 2015) (B.Arch. Sci. Y4) P14-17

Agua del Espino: Shared Extensions

Mexico| Oaxaca | Auga del Espino Individual Project Option Studio Project (Sept - Dec 2019) (MArch Y3) P22-25

Toronto | The Junction Team Leader Group Project (2 people) Toronto Design Offsite (Nov 2014-Jan 2015) People’s Choice Awards 2015 P30-31

Toronto | Huron St. Individual Work Design Studio Project (Jan-April 2018) (M. Arch Y1) P10-13

Haven: School in Haiti

The Social Dock

Hong Kong | Wing Lok Street Team Leader Independent Project (Oct 2016) Collaborative (2 people) Displayed on Des Veoux Road P32-33

Work Samples from Past Experiences

Haiti Group Project (3 people) Competition Submission (May-July 2019) P26-29

Toronto | Hong Kong Work (June 2016 - Current) P34-36


Location: Golden Miles, Toronto, Canada Studio Type: 2rd Year Comprehensive - Paired Work Design Program: Natatorium Lattice a co-generational natatorium that uses the architectonic idea of a modular piece transformed through a 3-D grid at four different scales. This creates a visibly transformed lattice from its structure to envelope, with intersecting interior spatial volumes. The initial precedent is Kengo Kuma’s Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum, whose most striking feature are repeated wood beams that funnel the largest load to the centre column. Based on this idea, the first transformed scale is the site location. Locating the natatorium at the park’s centre bridges a circulation gap, making the facility a central node.

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| THE LATTICE : THE GOLDEN MILES RECREATIONAL NATATORIUM

The plan organization adapts the next scale. The central main pool is flanked by supporting programs. Stereotomic and tectonic relationships enable the program weaving, where the earth pushes up/down different programs to merge the lattice. A juxtaposition results as a lightweight tectonic lattice supported by the heavy stereotomic earthwork. A modular structural and grid expression is the next transformed scale. The plan was developed on a 5mx5m grid, divided down or up. Following this grid is an exposed hybrid wood-steel space-frame. This roof structure connects all the spaces, with a dimension of 1.25m x1.25m x1.25m. Lastly, the lattice is continued on the interior to create decorative lighting and acoustic effects. The final division of the spaceframe system aligns with the building screen façade.


SITE AND BUILDING STRATEGY

MATERIAL STRATEGY

facade

landscape

CONCEPT

structure

building

on-site circulation

city

transit

community

SCREEN

LATTICE NETWORK TO CENTRE

SITE CIRCULATION

SCREEN

SITE CIRCULATION

TECTONIC VS. STEREOTOMIC Site Circulation

Plan Organization

SITE PLAN | 1:1000

Modular Structural & Grid Expression

The massive earth formation contrasts the lightweight and airiness of the building structure

Envelope

PLAN G/F | 1:500

TYPICAL PLAN 3/F | 1:500

ASHTONBEE ROAD

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janitor

training gym

office

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multipurpose room DN

mechanical room

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UP 5% 0.0 -0.5

UP 5%

UP 5%

WARDEN AVENUE

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HAKIM AVENUE

NEW STREET 02

waiting area

-1.0

UP 5%

broadcasting

assessment room

cafe

lounge

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UP 5%

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UP 5%

UP 3%

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therapy pool

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UP 5%

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seating

lobby

UP 5%

UP 5%

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main pool

UP 5%

GOLDEN BOULEVARD

storage

UP 5%

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laundry 1.0

storage

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training pool

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first aid office

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The idea of lattice is translated into different scales of the project

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RENDER | INTERIOR SPACES OF NATATORIUM

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE (E-W)


BUILDING ANALYSIS | SITE & SYSTEMS AXONOMETRIC DIAGRAMS

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clear photovoltaic to power geothermal system and electrical needs

GEOTHERMAL RADIANT HEATING SYSTEM

LATERAL RESISTANCE SYSTEM 1:750

PASSIVE SYSTEMS 1:750

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warm air from pool

QUARTERLY SEASONAL WIND DIRECTION

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concrete cores

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cool air from southeast direction

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operable window

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SOURCE: https://toronto.weatherstats.ca/charts/wind_direction-squarterly.html

built-up landscape

LEGEND:

Landscape Structure HVAC Lateral system Geothermal Radiant Heating system 6 Passive system

hydronic tubes

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shear walls concrete cores

geothermal heat exchanger geothermal piping

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WA L L S E C T I O N D E T A I L | 1 : 5 0 | N O R T H FA C A D E

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LEGEND: 1 min. 2%

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30mm pebbles 10mm plywood sheathing Waterproof membrane 200mm semi rigid insulation 170mm cross laminated timber roof slab

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50mm spaced wooden lattice screen (625x625) Red cedar timber cladding 150mm batt insulation 150mm steel stud wall (insulated) Space frame

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50mm spaced wooden lattice screen (625x625) Red cedar timber cladding 150mm batt insulation 150mm steel stud wall (insulated) space frame

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Red Cedar Timber Cladding 150mm batt insulation 150mm Steel Stud Wall Sheathing Steel Truss (1250mm deep)

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PHYSICAL MODEL

RENDER | GYM 3

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N-S SECTION | SWIMMING POOL | 1:50

OBC REQUIREMENTS

R/F

G/F

ceiling level of lowest level

1.5m

BASEMENT

defined grade

OBC definition | First storey is defined as storey with its floor closest to grade and having its ceiling more than OBC deifinition| First storey is defined as storey with its floor closest to grade and having its ceiling more than 1.8 m above grade (1.1.3.2) , 1.8m above grade the lowest level of our grade project established since the(1.1.3.2), lowest level since of our project is 1.5m above established level,is the1.5m level isabove considered a basement. grade level, the level is considered a basement. Hence, our building is classified as a Group A, DIvision 3, 1 Storey, Sprinkereled building (3.2.2.33), in which combustible construction is permitted Hence, our building is classified as a Group A, Division 3, 1 Storey, Sprinklered building (3.2.2.33), in which combustible construction is permitted

U N I T AS S E M B LY

Space Truss - Glazed Partition for Fire Separation

Space Truss - Opaque Partition for Fire Separation

S PAC E F R A M E

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F I R E S E PA R AT I O N A S S E M B LY A B

2-Part Partition Panel New Separation Node

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Space Truss - Single Unit

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KINDERGARTEN ON HURON ST. Location: 325 Huron St.Studio Type:1st Year Masters Studio- Individual Work Design Program: Kindergarten

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| KINDERGARTEN ON HURON ST.

My kindergarten aims to provide a learning environment for children through play and imagination. Through defined spatial qualities, it inspires children to occupy and utilize spaces differently. The classrooms are designed to be regularly shaped with limited windows to provide ample natural light, which promote concentration and focused learning. While the indoor play space is designed into a zigzag form, the irregularity of the space hence maximizes space for play and circulation. The cascading floor plates creates different pockets of activity zones that encourages social engagement, free flow circulation and areas for creativity. My wild card is the theatre that is public facing and is located at the northeast corner, visible to the public. During off hours of the kindergarten, the indoor play space is open for the public to access as mini-open theaters. In the urban context, the orientation of entrance of the kindergarten is an extension from the Robarts’ path across the street. The ground floor of the design is also freed up for park space for families and users of the site as a structure for play during off-hours.


CONCEPT DIAGRAMS

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To create an atypical architectural space that inspires imagination

The zig-zag playscape form creates pockets of different activities

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SITE | 1:4000

Lifted building to allow underpass playspace to happen

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G/F PLAN | 1:800

1/F PLAN | 1:800

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HARBORD ST

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GLEN MORRIS ST SPADINA AVE

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SUSSEX AVE WASHINGTON AVE

HURON ST

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1:100 MODEL PHOTO | INDOOR PLAYSPACE

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| KINDERGARTEN ON HURON ST.

SECTION A-A | 1:200

1:100 MODEL PHOTO | PERFORATED ROOF & SHADOWS


SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE B-B | 1:200

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| KINDERGARTEN ON HURON ST.

SECTIONAL MODEL | 1:50


Location: Frankfurt am Main, Germany Studio Type: 4th Year Travel Studio - Individual Work Design Program: Ferry Terminal + Amenities

1572 1628 1770

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| THE LINK

2015

CONCEPT | TIMELINE OF FORT MODIFICATION & HISTORIC REFERENCE Frankfurt green belt used to be its fort since 1572, when the population expanded outside of the wall, the fort was into a moat and later into todays green belt. The form of the entrance bridge is a continuation of the form of fort, creating a visual linkage between green belt and Frankfurt Am Main.

The proposal is inspired by the history of Frankfurt’s star-shaped fort in 1572 for defense. The points of these fort projections created lookouts of overseeing and defending around the inner city. As the city expanded rapidly in 1808, it was decided that the city no longer needed the city walls, thus replacing them with garden plots. It was not until 1991 that the Frankfurt government decided to set up laws to protect and regulate the greenbelt. The greenbelt not only acts as a buffer between the new town and historic area, but it also facilitates an underground rainwater collection system. Although the greenbelt is a very prominent feature of the city, its relationship with River Am Main is very weak especially when it is no longer a feature of isolation. Upon site visits, it is also noted that the ends/beginnings of the greenbelt are disconnected visually and physically from the river by traffic lanes. A visibly grand entrance linking the two entities was established in order to invite more Frankfurters and visitors to experience this interesting dialogue. When one approaches an access point to the lower river edge, there are often two impressions given off to its visitors - a preview of what is to expect or an interior that completely contrasts from the exterior. However, for this particular site, it is believed that a gradual transitional path is the most suitable approach to link the two distinct features. This transition can be seen as two competing forces that needs a common ground, through physical approach (circulation and typological differences) and materiality.


PROGRAM AXONOMETRIC 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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River Cruise Terminal 1 Entrance bridge Beer Garden + Bar River Am Main Restaurant Ticketing River Cruise Terminal 2 Gift Shop

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Water Sports Rental Floating Eco-Platform Area River Side Cafe Sand Pit River Side Bar Washroom River Cruise Terminal 3

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FLOATING ECO-PLATFORMS 2

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These platforms are designed an extended “land” for humans to interact with water in a “safe” zone and aquatic habitation to occur. These aquatic plants and raised river beds are made of gabion structures that would create habitable environment for potential aquatic life.

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FLOATING FOOT BRIDGE The design of the FLOATING FOOTBRIDGE creates an experience of walking on water by the undulation of waves that initiates rocking motion of footbridges.

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STEEL ROD STRUCTURE WOODEN FINISH FLOATING BOARD FLOARING BOARD ANCHOR

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FLOATING FOOTBRIDGE PANEL

FLEXIBLE TENSION STABALIZING ROD


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RENDERS Entrance from Lange Street Viewing decks looking into ramp Elevated Walkway looking down to Beer Garden Beer Garden + Bar Exit of walkway to river edge Undulating Eco-platforms + Main Terminal Floating Deck

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Location: Portlands, Toronto, Canada Studio Type: 2rd Year Superstudio - Group Work Design Program: Master Plan Techscape is a vision of the current undeveloped plot in the waterfront - Portlands. With the growing tech industry in Toronto, it is envisioned to be the new site for AI industries and tech giants to collaborate with the City to generate a new tech neighborhood. With the consideration of reviving existing rich natural landscape and habitats, the major constituents for the project will be Uber, TRCA, and Heritage Toronto. The collaboration of these constituents will result in a landscape driven master plan that both emphasize historical elements as well as the exciting innovation for the future.

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| TECHSCAPE: VISION FOR TORONTO WATERFRONT

Due to a landscape-driven master planning, the original Toronto city grid will be reconfigured to prioritize landscape features, e.g. Don River Mouth and parks. The grid will be broken down into 100x100m grids (1min. walkable city blocks) as well as integrating transit and communication infrastructure into the street circulation, creating a high tech yet sustainable and walkable streetscape.


transportation technology potential

HISTORY & VISION OF TORONTO WATERFRONT 1700s: Trading Camp

PROJECT DEVELOPMENT CONSTITUENTS

1800s: Shipping & Railway Industries

Research Hub

Service & People Transportation Network

transportation technology potential

Self-driving technologyResearch Hub

Service & People Transportation Network

1900s: Abandoned Production Land UBER

Unexplored water transportation technology potential

Research Hub

Market

Self-driving technology

Infrastructural Networks

Flood Protection Infrastructure

Service & People Transportation Wildlife Habitat Restoration Network

Flood Protection Infrastructure

VISION: INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PORT

Eco Network

Self-driving technology

Wildlife Habitat Restoration

Eco Network

Storage Land Eco-tourism

Eco-tourism

UBER

Building stock for potential retrofitting programs

Building stock for potential retrofitting programs

VISION: INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PORT

Cultural Heritage Network

Heritage Toronto

Heritage Preservation

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Heritage Toronto

Cultural & Educational development

Cultural & Education developme

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UBER

PHASING Flood Protection Infrastructure

+ New landmarks with historical significance that celebrates natural heritage

Eco Network

Wildlife Habitat Restoration

Developments that emphasis site geographic character of its adjacency to water

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District Zoning District Zoning District Landscape Network District Zoning District Zoning Zoning

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Cultural & Educational development

Eco-tourism

Connecting Lakeshore to main road of Techscape

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Heritage Preservation

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Public District ZoningPublic Infrastructure PublicInfrastructure Infrastructure Public Infrastructure

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Develop Cherry District

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Site Configuration Public InfrastructureSite Configuration Site Configuration Site Configuration

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Development of adjacent residential zones

Activating the main squares and public amenities in northern parcels

Development of Harbor Districts

Site Configuration Development of public amenities in Channel District

= Site Configuration Overview Site

Site Configuration Site Configuration Site Configuration

Greening existing historic Ship channel for natural habitation

Development of Hearn District

Complete overview of site development

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Cultural Heritage Network Heritage Toronto

MASTER PLANNING STRATEGY | LANDSCAPE ORIENTED

Landscape Network Landscape Network Landscape Network ape Network Network Landscape

nfrastructure

VISION: INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PORT

+ AI controlled & Innovative transportation networks

Building stock for potential retrofitting programs

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21st Century Toronto Waterfront Vision


SITE PLAN | 1:5000

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SITE DIVISION APPROACH

LEGEND

Masterplan

Existing Grid Planning Strategy

Proposed Planning Strategy

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Cherry District | East Bay District

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Commissioners District | Robotics

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Terminal District | AI Transportation

10 Keating District | Remediation Park

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Harbor District | AI Transportation

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Channel District | AR/VR

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The Hearn District | Heritage, Entertainment

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Waterfront District | Smart Farming Technology

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Lakeshore District | Affordable Housing

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Unilever District | Commercial Hub

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DISTRICT CONFIGURATION

Inhabited Inhabited Residential Inhabited Residential Perimeter Residential Perimeter Perimeter

Heritage Buildings as Public Centers HeritageHeritage Buildings Heritage Buildings as Public Buildings asCentres Public asCentres Public Centres

Public Infrastructure

INFRASTRUCTURE | LANDSCAPE Public Infrastructure

Soft Edge Soft Edges SITE SECTION |Edges OVERVIEW | 1:2500 Soft Soft Edges

Public Flood Infrastructure Public Flood Infrastructure Public Flood Infrastructure Public Flood Infrastructure

Commercial Development Commercial Development

Tech Office In Between

Tech Offices In Between

Permeating Softscape Permeating Softscapes Permeating Softscapes Permeating Softscapes

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IdentifyIdentify Landscape Identify Landscape Landscape FeaturesFeaturesFeatures

Inhabited Residential Perimeter

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Identify Landscape Features

INFRASTRUCTURE | URBAN SYSTEMS


Location: Agua del Espino Studio Type: 3rd Year Option Studio - Individual Work Design Program: Civic Amenities

EXISTING BUSINESS MODEL

ARTISAN/ RESELLER FARMER

MAIN MARKET

Under existing trading model, artisan would generate revenue through seller their products to a reseller company ARTISAN

RESELLER

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| AGUA DEL ESPINO: SHARED EXTENSIONS

175MXN/ bottle =8USD

560MXN/ bottle =28USD

However, the income that artisans earn are comparatively low compared to the labor involved PROPOSED BUSINESS MODEL

ARTISAN TOURS

BARTENDER

ARTISAN/ FARMER INDIVIDUAL TRAVELERS

RESTAURANT

The proposal advocates for an alternative trading model that encourages direct transaction between artisans and their customers, and the revenue will aid building public amenities for the village

CONCEPT | Shared Extensions EXISTING SITE CONDITIONS

With the growing demand for mescal production, Agua del Espino will become one of the villages in Oaxaca that benefit from this economic growth. Currently, the business model only allows farmers to gain limited income through a reseller in regards to selling mescal, in which the monetary return is not proportional to the intense effort invested into the process of mescal. The proposal is advocating for an alternative business method that allows direct exchange of agricultural produce, mescal and artisan work from Agua del Espino to its customers. The visitor center is envisioned to become the new exchange hub between customers, local farmers and artisans for goods and services. Through the idea of “shared extensions�, these pavilions will each provide a space that is usable by both public and private users at different times of the day. By studying the pattern of growth within the town, it is noticed that villagers build incrementally along the given property line or existing landscapes. A courtyard space is formed naturally through this format of growth hence becomes the main social gathering space. However, when private properties abut public spaces, i.e. the town square, the supposedly public square became a spatially leftover space with no specific ownership. Therefore, the project proposed that the surrounding private property owners would extend a program that is both usable by private owner and public, and hence create a public space or amenity that is both managed and usable at all times.


AGUA DEL ESPINO

AUGA DEL ESPINO SITE AXONOMETRIC | 1`:500

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Auga del Espino Town Center 3 SITE ANALYSIS

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Existing Buildings

Existing Landscape LEGEND 7

Proposed Buildings

Proposed Landscape

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Administrative Building Covered Court School Church Proposed Visitor Center Existing house Bullring

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SITING STRATEGY

PROPOSED VISITOR CENTER PLAN | 1:250

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Most of the land in Auga del Espino is divided by private landowners, 90% of land consists farmlands and private homes. Owners usually arrange their buildings along the property line, creating a natural courtyard space in the middle.

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Due to the lack of public properties, they are usually leftover spaces. The lack of consideration for public amenities in the town square inspires this project to propose a new typology of generating and managing public spaces.

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PROPOSAL: EXTENSION TYPOLOGY

Each private owner extends a program space that could be used both by themselves and the ? public

New cluster of programs produces activated public plaza

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CHURCH EXTENSION | SECTION | 1:200

From Village

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ON SITE ADOBE BRICK MAKING Translucent Corrugated Sheets (2.44m x 0.66m)

2x4 Laminated Wood Stud

Fired Brick Crown

CORRUGATED METAL ROOF

Adobe Bricks Wall CORRUGATED METAL ROOF 2x4 LAMINATED WOOD FRAME CROWN - 20X40X10mm FIRED ADOBE BRICKS

Stone Foundation Gabion Wall

30mm MORTAR (WITH EMBEDDED CARIZZO HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT) 20x40x10 mm ADOBE BRICK 300mm GABION WALL 25mm FLOOR TILES 30mm SAND

SHARED FOOD GARDEN 0.8m-1m STONEFOOD FOUNDATION SHARED GARDEN 0.8m-1m STONE FOUNDATION

SHARED FOOD GARDEN 0.8m-1m STONE FOUNDATION

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2x4 LAMINATED WOOD FRAME CROWN - 20X40X10mm FIRED CORRUGATED METAL ROOF ADOBE BRICKS 2x4 LAMINATED WOOD FRAME 30mm MORTAR (WITH EMBEDDED CARIZZO CROWN - 20X40X10mm FIRED HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT) ADOBE BRICKS 20x40x10 mm ADOBE BRICK 30mm MORTAR 300mm GABION(WITH WALLEMBEDDED CARIZZO HORIZONTAL REINFORCEMENT) 25mm FLOOR TILES 20x40x10 mm ADOBE BRICK 30mm SAND 300mm GABION WALL 25mm FLOOR TILES 30mm SAND


Location: Haiti Studio Type: Competition Submission - Group Work Design Program: School

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| HAVEN: SCHOOL IN HAITI

Haven reimagines the Haitian ‘Lakou’ courtyard housing as a vibrant kindergarten. It features a circular plan, collapsible walls, and a striking bamboo structure whose tensile strength makes it resistant to earthquakes. Its design creates a safe environment for children to learn. Anchoring the rooms is a central playground with an underground cistern. Woven bamboo partitions are used as collapsible walls, which open towards the center or to adjacent rooms. This creates an adaptable plan with numerous configurations, where children can freely play. Structure wise, the bamboo column is connected to a gabion foundation (acting as a base isolator to absorb seismic forces). Two permanent wall types are used within the bamboo frame: wattle and daub + gabion. The gabion walls are located on the west to protect from harsh winds, enclosing the building’s core. The landscape is a catalyst for environmental growth. The north features a food garden and bamboo grove for the kindergarten. Along the west is a tree grove for reforestation and a shelter belt to prevent stormwater runoff. A playground facing the multipurpose room connects the landscape to school. With its unique structure and courtyard, Haven encourages an educational approach of discovery through transformative planning and flourishing landscape.


Traditional Courtyard Typology

AUGA DEL ESPINO SITE AXONOMETRIC | 1`:500

HAITI - LAKOU HAITI TYPOLOGY - LAKOU TYPOLOGY

Grow-able Grid Radial grid allows flexible expansion of the space as well as keeping the central courtyard as the hearth of the school

Flexible Layout and Material Assembly PLANT LEGEND

Roof and buildings are independent structures to be more resilient to earthquakes and hurricane

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Earthquake & Hurricane Resistant Detailing

Existing trees Softscape Bamboo grove Food garden Economy tree grove Shelterbelt Outdoor play yard Hedge

Existing trees Softscape Bamboo grove Food garden Economy tree grove Shelterbelt Outdoor play yard Hedge

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HAITI - LAKOU TYPOLOGY HAITI - LAKOU TYPOLOGY

Classroom (Single) Expanding Direction Classroom (Combinable) Foldable Door Enclosed Courtyard as Exterior Gathering Hall


ASSEMBLY SEQUENCE

EXPANDABLE CLASSROOMS

Construct Structural Bamboo Frame

Construct Building Enclosure & Roof

Construct Structural Utility Rooms

Construct Flexible Classrooms

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| HAVEN: SCHOOL IN HAITI

Gabion Foundation

HEDGE

S H E LT E R B E LT

Bamboo Structure & Partition

F OOD GARDEN

Bamboo Roof & Facade Structure

CL ASSROOM

INNER CO URTYARD

Corrugated Roof

SEESAW WATER PUMPS + AG G REG ATE

PUMP FILTER

STAFF RO O M + CISTERN (UNDERGROUND)

ECONOM Y TREE GROVE

SHELTERBELT

HEDGE

| LITTLE PORTUGAL LIBRARY + COMMUNITY CENTER

SITE AND BUILDING STRATEGY


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| HAVEN: SCHOOL IN HAITI

MODEL PHOTOS


Location: Cornerstone Fine Furnitures, 2886 Dundas West Work Type: Window Installation @ TODO 2015 Position: Project Leader Production: Designer + 3D Modeling + Diagram + Photographer Photokeratitis was a window installation done for a furniture storefront. The idea of the installation was to accentuate the tactility of furnitures displayed and sold from this company. Using a MDF skeletal structure coated with paper fins, with electric fans installed around the installation, creating an illusion of a living, breathing wall at the storefront. Drawing the pass-byer’s attention towards the installation as well as the furnitures displayed at the two oculuses. Through this project, a lot of prototyping was done before making a final design decision. During the design process, I am also exposed to an extensive variety of digital tools (e.g. grasshopper in Rhino modeling) and workshop experiences (e.g. access to tools to build prototypes).

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| PHOTOKERATITIS

This installation was also one of the stops during the Toronto Design Offsite Festival 2015 and was also awarded People’s Choice Award 2015.


OVERALL ASSEMBLY | 1:40

CLOSE UP PHOTOS

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1 Hang the mega-structure 2 Attach skeleton onto mega-strcuture 3 Connect U-fins 4 Reinforce frame with aircraft cable 5 Attach paper fins onto skeleton

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Location: Hong Kong Professional Involvement Team Members (2): Stephanie Tung, Gigi Yip Organizer, Designer and Builder, Photographer The Social Dock is a self-initiated independent project, a design build proposal for a campaign that advocates for public space designs in Hong Kong. This event was organized and called for open proposals to be submitted regarding their long term goal in transforming one of Hong Kong’s busiest vehicle-only streets to a pedestrian zone. On Sept 25 2016, Des Voeux Road was closed for this event. Our installation encouraged a pause – a rest area - for the Hong Kong people, a community so used to the fast-paced lifestyle. The form of our project was inspired by geographical history of the street; Des Voeux Road was once the water edge of Hong Kong in the 1930s. While other coastal cities made good use of their water edges as recreational use, parks, promenades, Hong Kong has still been neglecting this significant feature and is planning to one day close up the harbor. We brought back the water elements to allow people to think of our water edge as more of a possible public space generator instead of something seemingly non-approachable. The form is also inspired by several water edge conditions found in Hong Kong, including stone mounts near beaches, extended concrete decks, etc. We were inspired to create a streetscape that wasn’t commonly seen in Hong Kong streets.

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| THE SOCIAL DOCK

We collected wood pallets, which are a major construction component easily found anywhere in Hong Kong, given it is a common tool for delivering goods. It not only reminds people of the city of Hong Kong as a port/trading hub, but also the allegory of the harbor.


DESIGN INTENT + PROCESS PHOTOS

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Concept Parti - Installation that demonstrates the combined water edge conditions found in Hong Kong Model Making Computer Modeling Form driven from intent of simulating historic water edge Building Process Final Product & Event Day

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The deck’s height is designed to be slightly taller than a person’s general height, in order to create this illusion of one sitting above a “sea of people” when it is crowded -linking back to the historic location of the waterfront

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NOTE: THIS MODEL IS BASED ON A TYPICAL PALLET MODULE OF 1100X1100mm IN SIZE. HOWEVER SIZE MIGHT SLIGHTLY VARY BASED ON WHAT COULD BE FOUND ON STREETS. THE SIZE OF PALLETS WILL BE KEPT IN A SQUARE SIZE OF 800mm TO 1100mm AS WIDTH. DRILL AND SCREWED TO ANCHOR PALLET TO STRUCTUAL FRAME

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Revery Architects (formerly known as Bing Thom Architects) June 2016 - June 2017 Location: Hong Kong Projects Involved: 1) University of Chicago Center in Hong Kong ,Mount Davis (CA Phase) 2) Haw Par Music Farm Building Type: Institutional During my employment at Revery Architecture (formerly known as Bing Thom Architects) Hong Kong, I was involved in two major projects University of Chicago Booth (Hong Kong) and Haw Par Music Farm. The university was a new addition on a terrain landscape above a Class 3 Heritage Site. I was majorly involved in the Construction and Administration phase of the UCCHK project, where I was in charged with updating and tender/ construction documents, visualization of design changes and the interpretation proposal of the heritage component in the project. Haw Par Music Farm was a heritage revitalization project from a existing mansion owned by Aw Boon Haw, the owner of Tiger Balm, a famous Chinese medicine company in Asia. The mansion was later donated by his wife to be the new site for a music school for nurturing young musicians. I was involved in visualization of design for renovation designs and coordinating with suppliers. The following are samples of works I have done throughout my employment at BTA in 2016-2017.

KEY PLAN

D835

5

B-LG03b

52.155

6

CD

7

1793

B-LG-01

B-LG01b

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HermanMiller_Seating_SAY L_WorkChair_UpholsteredM id-Back: Adj Arms

1

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M_Sofa: 2400

1

SPEAKER (PA)

G/F

MULTIPURPOSE Recycle Bin: Valuta 18"x18" HALL (430x430)

1

G/F

PANTRY

4

G/F

FACULTY OFFICE TEACHING ASSISTANT

Office Desk: Office Desk 2000x2000 Office Desk: Office Desk 2000x2000 Planter: Planter Ricoh_copier_14254: Ricoh_copier_14254

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SPRINKLER (EXPOSED)

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57.700

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57.700

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CRASH GATE

SPRINKLER (CONCEALED)

57.700

56.990 1020

57.345

PLANTER

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For Abbreviations, Symbols and Tags, please refer to Dwg. A003 For Ceiling assemblies, refer to Dwg. A104 For Ceiling systems and finishes refer to Dwg.A111 and Architectural Specifications For HVAC types, diffuser sizes and locations refer to Mechanical Dwg's Bulkhead or Ceiling Cove-mounted sidewall diffuser do not appear on the RCP's. These conditions are detailed on Dwg. D606, refer to Mechanical Dwg's for locations SLL ceiling devices to colour match adjacent FCP / ceiling colour Wireless Access Points are located above the ceiling, refer to Electrical Dwg's for locations For BOH Lighting layout, types and specifications refer to Electrical drawings Provide rigging and ceiling back support at all PR and PS locations Provide ceiling concealed sprinkler heads throughout, except in BOH spaces and on entire LGF Mechanical ductwork, water lines, sprinkler lines and cable tray to be painted where exposed For ceiling access panel details refer to Dwg. D606 For Elevator lighting details refer to Dwg.s A754-757 For AV ceiling equipment refer to AV DWG's. Coordinate location with Architect. For lighting integrated into millwork refer to D800 series.

57.700

56.650

150 1150

56.250

FD 150

56.800

56.000

150

6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

S2

56.800

Recycle Bin: Valuta 9"x18" (230x480)

SPRINKLER (WALL MOUNTED)

A131

NOTES:

55.510

DIGITAL CAMERA

NOTES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

2

A412

RECEPTION

G/F

G/F

SHADES (SHD)

CCTV EXIT SIGN

THE CONTRACTOR SHALL NOT DAMAGE THE EXISTING CELL PRINTS ON LG/F & G/F FLOOR SLAB, AND G/F CEILING/BEAM SOFFIT. ALL FIXING LUGS/ BRACKETS/ HOOKS SHALL NOT BE MOUNTING WITHIN THE AREA WITH THE PRINTS. SHOP DRAWING OF WALL PARITION/ RAISED FLOOR SYSTEM / SUSPENDED CEILING SYSTEM / COMBINED SERVICES DRAWINGS WITH ALL FLOOR/ CEILING MOUNTING LOCATION WITHIN THESE AREAS SHALL BE SUBMITTED FOR THE ARCHITECTS / CONSERVATION CONSULTANT 'S APPROVAL PRIOR TO WORKS.

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B-W06

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1430

GENERAL NOTES:

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4

WALL MOUNTED MONITOR ON ADJUSTABLE MOUNT

3

3

6

4429

SPEAKER (FIRE)

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EXISTING CEILING/ FLOOR PRISON CELL PRINTS

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SMOKE DETECTOR

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B-LG02

4

Coffee Table: Coffee Table Low

SLOT DIFFUSER

ITC B-LG04

CORRIDOR

Faculty Table: Faculty Table

MULTIPURPOSE MP Table: MP Table HALL MULTIPURPOSE Recycle Bin: Valuta 9"x18" HALL (230x480)

WATER CURTAIN FS

349

3895

D470

FACULTY OFFICE

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SMART BOARD RECESSED MOTORIZED PROJECTION SCREEN IN CEILING ABOVE

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3

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CURTAINS (CURT) A412

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2200

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4

A673

9

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CEILING DEVICES LEGEND

PC KIOSKS

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FLAT CLASSROOM

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PROJECTOR

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MEETING AREA

450

TA WORKSTATION

Type Image Count

Family and Type

PREFUNCTION Bench: Bench

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2111

300

Room: Name MEETING AREA

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IGS1 FULL HEIGHT LAMINATED GLAZING WALL MOUNTED MONITOR ON ADJUSTABLE MOUNT

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Recycle Bin: Valuta 9"x18" (230x480)

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57.700

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Board Table: Board Table

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FD

2985

EVA SIGN ON POST - LAYOUT AT ENTRANCE 2/D188

164

RAMP 07

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A3b

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Furniture Schedule (G/F) Type Image Count

Family and Type

CONFERENCE ROOM

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CEILING FINISHES LEGEND

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ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION A003 ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION A001 DESCRIPTION

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1 2016-10-27 REV DATE

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INITIAL

PA

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LEAD CONSULTANT / ARCHITECT

ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION A003 DESCRIPTION

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2016-10-27 2016-06-10 DATE

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Unit 3603, 36/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai Hong Kong

1430 Burrard St Vancouver, BC V6Z 2A3 Canada

T 852 3727-2388 F 852 2660-9633 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

T 604-682-1881 F 604-688-1343 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO CENTER IN HONG KONG

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10/31/15

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DATE

10/31/15

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DATE

10/31/15

PROJECT NO.

A/E's ASI NO.:

Furniture Layout (Ground Floor - South)

5 A412

A670.dwg

A1 (841mm x 594mm) Sheet Size

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PROJECT NO.

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Architect's Supplementary Instruction

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EL. 53150

WTL1B

LG/F

REMOVABLE SOLID SURFACE PANELS TO ACCESS P-TRAP AND WALL MOUNTED CONTROLS. ONE PANEL PER PTRAP AND FAUCET LOCATION

WTL1B

TL2 (BOH/JANITOR)

EL. 53150

LG/F PTDWR CENTERED ON WALL TILE TYP.

TL3 (SHOWERS) LG/F

WALL FINISHES

FEMALE WC (LG29) - WEST

WTL2 (BOH / JANITOR)

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STANCHION C/W PAINTED CAST IRON ROD & COLLAR WITH EYE BOLT

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EL. 53150

TB1

GLP TOILET PARTITION RED GLASS

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1 : 50

MALE WC (LG28) - SOUTH

6

1 : 50

GRAB BAR (WALL 90 DEG. STRAIGHT AND UP) FOLDING GRAB BAR (WALL DOUBLE WITH TEXT AND BRAILLE INSTRUCTION ON FIXING PLATE)

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GRAB BAR (FLOOR MTD)

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JANITOR SINK SINK (SINGLE, NON-ACC WC'S)

WATER CLOSET (WALL HUNG)

0

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2600

2250

2250

2600

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LG34a

EL. 53150

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16

LGF JANITOR (LG34) - NORTH 1 : 50

17

LGF JANITOR (LG34) - EAST 1 : 50

WALL

1 : 10

Copyright reserved. This drawing and design remains the exclusive property of BING THOM ARCHITECTS INC. who holds the copyright therein and shall not be used for any design or construction purpose other than as expressly authorized by BING THOM ARCHITECTS INC. specifically for the project.

WALL MOUNTED HINGE

Unit 3603, 36/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai Hong Kong

1430 Burrard St Vancouver, BC V6Z 2A3 Canada

T 852 3727-2388 F 852 2660-9633 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

T 604-682-1881 F 604-688-1343 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

50

TYPE B STANCHION

50

WALL MOUNTED

WORK ONLY FROM DRAWINGS ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION DESTROY DRAWINGS WITH EARLIER REVISION NUMBER Copyright reserved . This drawing and design remains the exclusive property of BING THOM ARCHITECTS INC. who holds the copyright therein and shall not be used for any design or construction purpose other than as expressly authorized by BING THOM ARCHITECTS INC. specifically for the project

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DATE

01/15/2016

DATE

01/15/2016

DATE

01/15/2016

1306

DRAWING NO.

REV.

A632

1

ASI - A005

CAD REF NAME:

UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO CENTER IN HONG KONG

LOCK-PLATE

MAINTENANCE ACESS FOR INTERPRETATION ONLY

DRAWING TITLE

BLOCK A, B & B ANNEX STANCHION DETAILS DOOR FRAME

EL. 57180

LOWER GROUND FLOOR ACCESSIBLE WASHROOMS & SHOWER ROOM ELEVATIONS

PROJECT NO.

1954

SHOWER ROOM (LG33) - SOUTH

A1 (841mm x 594mm) Sheet Size

EL. 53150

LG/F

TYPICAL STANCHION TYPE A - FRONT ELEVATION

VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE. REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE CONSULTANT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION

SENSOR FLUSH FOR URINALS BUILT-IN

7. FOR SANITARY FIXTURE TYPES REFER TO MECHANICAL DRAWINGS

WTL3

GB1

SENSOR FLUSH FOR WC-1

6. FOR TILES, GROUT AND TRIMS, REFER TO SPECIFICATIONS

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5. TOILET PARTITIONS TO HAVE ONE HOOK AT BACKSIDE OF DOOR TYPICAL

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LINEAR FLOOR DRAIN

TYPICAL STANCHION TYPE A - SIDE ELEVATION

3. PROVIDE TILE EDGE TRIMS AND TRANSITION PROFILES WHERE NOTED 4. PROVIDE WALL SUPPORT AND BLOCKING TO ALL WALL HUNG WASHROOM FIXTURES, ACCESSORIES, PARTITIONS AND MIRRORS

JANITOR (LG34) - WEST 14 LGF 1 : 50

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NOTES

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ROOM (LG33) - NORTH 10 SHOWER 1 : 50

WORK ONLY FROM DRAWINGS ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION. DESTROY DRAWINGS WITH EARLIER REVISION NUMBER ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION A005 ISSUE FOR CONSTRUCTION A001 DESCRIPTION

LEAD CONSULTANT / ARCHITECT

IG2

LG/F

1430 Burrard St Vancouver, BC V6Z 2A3 Canada T 604-682-1881 F 604-688-1343 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

VERIFY ALL DIMENSIONS ON SITE. REPORT ANY DISCREPANCIES TO THE CONSULTANT PRIOR TO CONSTRUCTION

2016-12-19 2016-06-10 DATE

PROJECT TEAM

DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

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2400

EL. 53150

SMALL BASIN (ACCESSIBLE WC'S)

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Unit 3603, 36/F, Wu Chung House, 213 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai Hong Kong T 852 3727-2388 F 852 2660-9633 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

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2016-06-10 DATE

PROJECT TEAM

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REMOVABLE SOLID SURFACE PANELS TO ACCESS P-TRAP AND WALL MOUNTED CONTROLS. ONE PANEL PER P-TRAP AND FAUCET LOCATION

TB1

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SANITARY FIXTURES & WASHROOM ACCESSORIES

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NOTES:

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T 852 3727-2388 F 852 2660-9633 Email Address office@btagroup.com Web Address www.btagroup.com

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Kongats Architects May - Aug 2019 Location: Toronto Type: Work Building Type: Community Center Project Involved: Estonian Center (Schematic Design Phase) Estonian Center is a community center proposed over a condo development in downtown Toronto. The building celebrates its origins through its outline of the building facade that reflects the boarder line of Estonia. With exploring triple glazed miter jointed glass walls, the building creates a panoramic view from the theatre level. The building also explores new materials such as aluminum foam panels.

9-11 MADISON AVENUE

TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE 9 MADISON AVENUE TORONTO, ON M5R 2S2 Cross Reference Mark Up

During my employment at Kongats, I was involved in developing the first Revit model for the office and a Building Permit Submission Package for the Estonian Center. I was also involved in schematic designs of the spaces, wall detailing and coordination with suppliers. .

KA Project No: 1303 Issued For Review Consultants STRUCTURAL Entuitive MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Smith + Andrsen CIVIL MGM Consulting Group Ltd. TRAFFIC BA Consulting Group Ltd. COSTING Harbridge + Cross Ltd. HERITAGE Robyn Huether Architect LANDSCAPE North Design Office

The following are samples of works I have done throughout my employment at Kongats Architects in May-Aug2019.

KONGATS ARCHITECTS 2-23 MORROW AVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

KONGATS ARCHITECTS KONGATS ARCHITECTS 2-23 MORROWAVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

2-23 MORROWAVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

General Notes

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

KONGATS ARCHITECTS

General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the Work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

1x

1/A5.06

1

1/A5.04

1/A5.05

2

3

4

5

6

7

A4.01

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

2-23 MORROWAVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

EXISTING SINGLE STOREY CHURCH ADDITION

General Notes

General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the Work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

8

9

10

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

General Notes

10x

General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the Work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

2

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

Notes

11 MADISON

Notes

9 MADISON

600

5

7

8

8500

8500

9

10 10x

2300

5400

1678

1122

8500

8500

800

1x

1

2

2

1

1x

PROPERTY LINE 12173MM

Ax

2300

5400

BLOOR STREET UNITED CHURCH ADDITION

800

Notes

PROPERTY LINE 29175MM

820

4

2800

BOUNDARY LINE

3

4650

BOUNDARY LINE

2

7250

BOUNDARY LINE

1

600

4650

11 MADISON

BOUNDARY LINE

1x

7250

1 Set of Gridline for Estonian Center Project (9/11 Madison) Existing House dimension from Estonian Center Grid Line 9 MADISON

212

A

WALK - IN FREEZER

STORAGE/ CORRIDOR 48.52 m²

212

ROOM DATA SCHEDULE - 2F 11 MADISON

PROPOSED TREES (SEE LANDSCAPE PACKAGE FOR DETAIL)

1265

6323

3888

Name Area sqft WOMEN W.C. 28.64 m² 308.32 SF CATERING KITCHEN 45.89 m² 493.98 SF STORAGE/ CORRIDOR 48.52 m² 522.30 SF COAT-CHECK 8.23 m² 88.59 SF FLEX SPACE 204.63 m² 2202.59 SF INSURANCE OFFICE 39.33 m² 423.30 SF MEETING ROOM 14.19 m² 152.77 SF MEETING ROOM 13.47 m² 144.96 SF MEETING ROOM 14.56 m² 156.72 SF MEETING ROOM 21.97 m² 236.49 SF CORRIDOR 60.32 m² 649.24 SF CIRCULATION 7.30 m² 78.56 SF NORTH STAIR 35.47 m² 381.82 SF GRAND HALL 418.90 m² 4508.99 SF SECOND FLOOR BALCONY 24.45 m² 263.13 SF SECOND FLOOR BALCONY 6.32 m² 68.00 SF MEN W.C. 22.25 m² 239.54 SF 1014.44 m² 10919.32 SF

213A

7250

600

210 CATERING KITCHEN 45.89 m²

SOUTH WING EXIT STAIR

8980

INFRONT OF HOUSE

209 MEN W.C. 22.25 m²

208 WOMEN W.C. 28.64 m²

ROOF - T.O. Prop. Parapet 12850 (128.650m) E.C. T.O. PENTHOUSE FLOOR 12850 (128.650m)

208

209

TEMP. BAR AREA

ACCESSIBLE ROOF TERRACE

1/A5.03

429

STAIR CORE

1/A5.03

11 MADISON

MECH. - T.O. Prop. Parapet 17000 (132.800m)

210

211 COAT-CHECK 8.23 m²

1675

EC ROOF - T.O. Slab 12578 (128.378m)

4528

B 3125

206

Description

Date

5700

EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 3F 7513 (123.313m) Rev. #

W204

W203

W202

W201

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Smith + Andrsen

Project Number:

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Drawn By:

LA

Reviewed By:

AK

1 A4.20

PROPOSED HOUSE ELEVATION - WEST - 50

2 A4.20

1 : 50

CIVIL MGM Consulting Group Ltd. TRAFFIC BA Consulting Group Ltd. COSTING Harbridge + Cross Ltd. HERITAGE Robyn Huether Architect LANDSCAPE North Design Office

UP

9 MADISON AVENUE TORONTO, ON M5R 2S2

A4.10 PROPERTY LINE 12173MM

TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

PROPERTY LINE 29132MM

PROPOSED HOUSE ELEVATION - EAST - 50 1 : 50

FLOOR PLAN - 2F

1303

Project Number:

1 : 100 03/04/19

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Smith + Andrsen TARTU COLLEGE 18 STOREY MID RISE TOWER

214

11 MADISON - RENOVATION ELEVATION - WEST

1303

Drawing Scale: Date:

Consultants STRUCTURAL Entuitive

GF ROOF

CORRIDOR 60.32 m²

PORCH ROOF BELOW

Hx

TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

BOUNDARY LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

BUILDING SECTIONS

1 : 100

338

3400 1/A5.01

Setback Line

Setback Line

TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

ROOF OF GLASS LINK BELOW

MEETING ROOM 21.97 m²

UP

9 MADISON AVENUE TORONTO, ON M5R 2S2

Drawing Scale:

1 : 50

Date:

06/24/19

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Drawn By:

Author

Reviewed By:

Checker

1/A5.06

Project Number:

1

1/A5.05

1/A5.04

A4.01

NORTH ARROW

1303

Drawing Scale:

1 : 100

Date:

04/04/19

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Drawn By:

LA

Reviewed By:

AK

A4.20

A5.01

9 MADISON

NORTH ARROW

A2.02

11 MADISON Notes

KONGATS ARCHITECTS

1 Set of Gridline for Estonian Center Project (9/11 Madison); Existing House dimension from Estonian Center Grid Line

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

2

1

11 MADISON

PROPOSED - ESTONIAN CENTER

A4.11

1

2

2

2

600

7250

4

SELECTIVE REMOVAL NOTES:

C

A. CO-ORDINATE ALL SELECTIVE REMOVALS WITH NEW WORK

16

C

B

A

CORRIDOR

B. PROTECT ALL EXISTING SURFACES / FINISHES EXTERIOR OR INTERIOR TO REMAIN

3400

1100

3400

5100

5700

6600

8980

F. REFER TO DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES REPORT. SPECIFICATIONS AND SCHEDULES PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK

820

272 593

REMOVE EXISTING MASONRY INTERIOR PARTITION, REMOVE PLASTER, LATH, WALL BASE AND FINISHES REMOVE EXISTING GWB AND STUD PARTITION: REMOVE INSULATION, WALL BASE AND FINISHES

810 3125 855

MEETING ROOM

205

215

INSURANCE OFFICE

FLEX SPACE 204.63 m²

2725

2705

204

MEETING ROOM BEYOND

BAC K OF SITE

R FO Rev. #

HOUSE ENTRANCE

NL EO NC RE FE RE

AREA OF ROOF DEMOLISHED

Y EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 3F 7513 (123.313m)

EXISTING ESCAPE STAIR TO BE REMOVED

ACCELERATOR SPACE 78.41 m²

EXISTING 2 STOREY LEAN TO STRUCTURE REMOVED + ALL ASSOCIATED FOUNDATIONS

105

EXST. GROUND - T.O. Slab 1160 (116.960m)

GROUND FLOOR LOBBY

4147

Property Line - 1190(114.610)

B04 COMMUNITY ROOM 41.77 m²

T.O. CASSION 112200

B05

EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 2F 4470 (120.270m)

Property Line

MEETING ROOM BEYOND

Property Line

GRADE - T.O. Slab 0 (115.800m)

3

REMOVE EXISTING PARTITION: PLASTERBOARD, STUDS, MEMBRANES AND INSULATION, REMOVE WALL BASE AND FINISHES

4

CUT NEW OPENING IN EXISTING EXTERIOR MASONRY/FOUNDATION WALL FOR NEW DOOR/WINDOW; REMOVE AND RETAIN EXISTING BRICK & TOOTH IN TO CREATE FINISHED MASONRY OPENING

5

SAW-CUT NEW OPENING IN EXISTING CONCRETE SLAB, REFER TO STRUCTURAL

6

REMOVE EXISTING STAIR CASE AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURE AND FINISHES

7

REMOVE EXISTING DOOR AND FRAME, SEALANTS, BLOCKING, GROUT AND FASTENERS PREPARE OPENING FOR NEW DOOR AND FRAME AS REQUIRED

8

REMOVE EXISTING DOOR - FRAME TO REMAIN

9

REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW AND FRAME, SEALANTS, BLOCKING, GROUT AND FASTENERS PREPARE OPENING FOR NEW WINDOW AND FRAME AS REQUIRED

10

REMOVE EXISTING ROOF ASSEMBLY TO EXISTING ROOF DECK, REMOVE ALL ROOF MEMBRANES AND INSULATION

11

REMOVE EXISTING FLOORING, FINISHES, BACKING AND ADHESIVE TO EXPOSED EXISTING STRUCTURE

Consultants

COMMUNITY SPACE

T.O. CASSION 112200 UNDERPINNED FOUNDATION WALL OF EXISTING HOUSE

STRUCTURAL Entuitive

12

REMOVE EXISTING SUSPENDED PLASTERBOARD CEILING / CEILING TILES AND BULKHEAD AND ASSOCIATED FRAMING REMOVE INSULATION AT CEILING

13

REMOVE ALL EXISTING MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SERVICES, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND ASSOCIATED MOUNTING BRACKETS AND FASTENERS REFER TO MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL

14

REMOVE EXISTING PAVING

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Smith + Andrsen CIVIL MGM Consulting Group Ltd. TRAFFIC BA Consulting Group Ltd. COSTING Harbridge + Cross Ltd. HERITAGE Robyn Huether Architect

EXST. GROUND - T.O. Slab 1160 (116.960m)

LANDSCAPE North Design Office

9 MADISON AVENUE TORONTO, ON M5R 2S2

TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

BUILDING SECTIONS

EXISTING ESCAPE STAIR REMOVED

BOUNDARY LINE

BOUNDARY LINE

GRADE - T.O. Slab 0 (115.800m)

1

SECTION - 100 - NS 3 1 : 100

F. REFER TO DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES REPORT. SPECIFICATIONS AND SCHEDULES PRIOR TO COMMENCING WORK G. WHERE EXISTING CMU IS NOTED TO BE REMOVED FOR NEW OPENINGS OR INFILL OF EXISTING OPENINGS, REMOVE FULL BLOCKS TO ALLOW FOR TOOTHING-IN OF NEW BLOCK UNDERSIDE OF EXISTING FLOOR SLAB ABOVE UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED

22 15

H. ALL EXISTING WINDOWS TO BE CAREFULLY REMOVED & REPLACED AS NOTED ON DRAWINGS

WINDOW OPENING REMOVED

21

15

SELECTIVE REMOVAL LEGEND - PLANS

16 11

11

19

A4.22 A4.12

1

1

EXISTING BASEMENT DOOR BEYOND TO BE REMOVED

REMOVE EXISTING MILLWORK

16

REMOVE EXISTING STAIR, FINISHES AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL

17

REMOVE EXISTING HANDRAIL / GUARD

18

NEATLY CUT EXISTING ROOF MEMBRANE, INSULATION, SHEATHING AND ROOF DECK AND REMOVE FOR NEW OPENING (REF.TO STRUCTURAL)

19

REMOVE VINYL BASE AND ALL ADHESIVE AT MASONRY WALL

20

PARTITION TO BE REMOVED FROM FACE OF BRICKWORK

21

REMOVE EXISTING WASHROOM FIXTURES

22

REMOVE EXISTING KITCHEN FIXTURES

23

1

REMOVE EXISTING MASONRY INTERIOR PARTITION, REMOVE PLASTER, LATH, WALL BASE AND FINISHES

2

REMOVE EXISTING GWB AND STUD PARTITION: REMOVE INSULATION, WALL BASE AND FINISHES

3

REMOVE EXISTING PARTITION: PLASTERBOARD, STUDS, MEMBRANES AND INSULATION, REMOVE WALL BASE AND FINISHES

4

CUT NEW OPENING IN EXISTING EXTERIOR MASONRY/FOUNDATION WALL FOR NEW DOOR/WINDOW; REMOVE AND RETAIN EXISTING BRICK & TOOTH IN TO CREATE FINISHED MASONRY OPENING

11

M&E / STORAGE

1

15 13

1

A4.21 A4.13

5 6

REMOVE EXISTING STAIR CASE AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURE AND FINISHES

7

REMOVE EXISTING DOOR AND FRAME, SEALANTS, BLOCKING, GROUT AND FASTENERS PREPARE OPENING FOR NEW DOOR AND FRAME AS REQUIRED

8

REMOVE EXISTING DOOR - FRAME TO REMAIN

9

STORAGE

SAW-CUT NEW OPENING IN EXISTING CONCRETE SLAB, REFER TO STRUCTURAL

1

E 15

BASEMENT

11

REMOVE EXISTING ROOF ASSEMBLY TO EXISTING ROOF DECK, REMOVE ALL ROOF MEMBRANES AND INSULATION

11

REMOVE EXISTING FLOORING, FINISHES, BACKING AND ADHESIVE TO EXPOSED EXISTING STRUCTURE

12

REMOVE EXISTING SUSPENDED PLASTERBOARD CEILING / CEILING TILES AND BULKHEAD AND ASSOCIATED FRAMING REMOVE INSULATION AT CEILING

13

REMOVE ALL EXISTING MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL SERVICES, FIXTURES, EQUIPMENT AND ASSOCIATED MOUNTING BRACKETS AND FASTENERS REFER TO MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL

14

REMOVE EXISTING PAVING

15

REMOVE EXISTING MILLWORK

16

REMOVE EXISTING STAIR, FINISHES AND ASSOCIATED STRUCTURE REFER TO STRUCTURAL

G

A4.08

17

REMOVE EXISTING HANDRAIL / GUARD

18

NEATLY CUT EXISTING ROOF MEMBRANE, INSULATION, SHEATHING AND ROOF DECK AND REMOVE FOR NEW OPENING (REF.TO STRUCTURAL)

19

REMOVE VINYL BASE AND ALL ADHESIVE AT MASONRY WALL

20

REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW

PARTITION TO BE REMOVED FROM FACE OF BRICKWORK

21

REMOVE EXISTING WASHROOM FIXTURES

22

REMOVE EXISTING KITCHEN FIXTURES

23

REMOVE EXISTING DOOR

REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW AND FRAME, SEALANTS, BLOCKING, GROUT AND FASTENERS PREPARE OPENING FOR NEW WINDOW AND FRAME AS REQUIRED

10

19

EXISTING STEPPED FOUNDATION LINE TO BE LOWERED/ UNDERPINNED

F

15

24 Project Number:

A5.06

D

Date

Description

ELEVATOR

103

4470

2710

MADISON AVENUE

EC BASEMENT - T.O. Slab -3300 (112.500m)

1

2

15

MAXIMUM BUILDING HEIGHT 17000

17000

EC LEVEL3 - T.O. FF 8075 (123.875m) EC LEVEL 3 - T.O.Slab 8050 (123.850m)

EC LEVEL 2 - T.O. FF 4495 (120.295m) EC LEVEL 2 - T.O. Slab 4470 (120.270m)

13

KITCHEN

15

WC 11

SELECTIVE REMOVAL LEGEND - PLANS ROOF BUILD-UP

D. DEMOTION NOTE APPLIES TO ENTIRE ROOM/ ASSEMBLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED E. FOR ADDITIONAL SELECTIVE REMOVALS REFER TO : REFER TO STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/ DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES REMOVALS SPECIFICATIONS AND SCHEDULES

3

H. ALL EXISTING WINDOWS TO BE CAREFULLY REMOVED & REPLACED AS NOTED ON DRAWINGS

4150

EXTERNAL MECH SPACE

LOBBY

EC ROOF - T.O. Slab 12578 (128.378m)

FRONT PORCH REINSTATE TO ORIGINAL CONDITION

HIGH LEVEL WINDOW REMOVED

G. WHERE EXISTING CMU IS NOTED TO BE REMOVED FOR NEW OPENINGS OR INFILL OF EXISTING OPENINGS, REMOVE FULL BLOCKS TO ALLOW FOR TOOTHING-IN OF NEW BLOCK UNDERSIDE OF EXISTING FLOOR SLAB ABOVE UNLESS OTHER WISE NOTED

ALTERATION OF ROOF STRUCTURE TO ALLOW 3RD FLOOR ACCESS

401

C. MAKE GOOD ALL EXISTING SURFACES / FINISHES DAMAGED BY DEMOLITION 23

BOUNDARY LINE

2410

MECH. - T.O. Prop. Parapet 17000 (132.800m)

EXISTING HOUSES BEYOND

24

UP

24

E. FOR ADDITIONAL SELECTIVE REMOVALS REFER TO : REFER TO STRUCTURAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL & HAZARDOUS MATERIALS/ DESIGNATED SUBSTANCES REMOVALS SPECIFICATIONS AND SCHEDULES THROUGH HOUSE

ROOF - T.O. Prop. Parapet 12850 (128.650m) E.C. T.O. PENTHOUSE FLOOR 12850 (128.650m)

EXST. BSMT -1590 (114.210m)

A. CO-ORDINATE ALL SELECTIVE REMOVALS WITH NEW WORK

NOTE: EXTERNAL ACCESS STAIR TO BE REMOVED

UP

C. MAKE GOOD ALL EXISTING SURFACES / FINISHES DAMAGED BY DEMOLITION

Ax

5700

D

5100

E

3400

F

EXST. GF 1160 (116.960m)

SELECTIVE REMOVAL NOTES:

1100

G

DEMO 2F 4470 (120.270m)

A2.10

STAIR

B. PROTECT ALL EXISTING SURFACES / FINISHES EXTERIOR OR INTERIOR TO REMAIN

BOUNDARY LINE

H

LEVEL

DEMO 3F 7513 (123.313m)

A2.13

A2.12

LEAN TO STRUCTURE TO BE DEMOLISHED

D. DEMOTION NOTE APPLIES TO ENTIRE ROOM/ ASSEMBLY UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED

Hx

SHEETS

A2.11

BOUNDARY LINE

9 MADISON

35992

A4.20 1x

600

BOUNDARY LINE

7250

EXISTING - RENOVATED

1x

11 MADISON

BOUNDARY LINE

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

BOUNDARY LINE

2-23 MORROWAVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

General Notes General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the Work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

Notes

24

REMOVE EXISTING WINDOW REMOVE EXISTING DOOR

1303

Drawing Scale:

1 : 100

Date:

05/06/19

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Drawn By:

Author

Reviewed By:

Checker

NORTH ARROW

A5.06

General Notes

9-11 MADISON AVENUE - TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

General Notes

9-11 MADISON AVENUE - TORONTO ESTONIAN CULTURAL CENTRE

General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

DEMO ELEVATION - EAST

General Contractor must check and verify all dimensions before proceeding with the work. DO NOT SCALE DRAWINGS

11 MADISON - DEMO PLAN - BASEMENT

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

KONGATS ARCHITECTS 2-23 MORROW AVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

Project Number: 1303 Drawn By:

ST

Drawing Scale:

1 : 100

Issued for:

XXXX

Reviewed By:

LA

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Date Issued: 06/10/19 Project North

A4.11

Y

Date

SECOND FLOOR BALCONY

1

204

ROOF

H

W007 GRADE - T.O. Slab 0 (115.800m)

9 MADISON AVENUE TORONTO, ON M5R 2S2

SECTION - 100 - EAST - INFRONT OF HOUSE

G

HERITAGE Robyn Huether Architect LANDSCAPE North Design Office

W001 GRADE - T.O. Slab 0 (115.800m)

A4.03

203

A4.13

F

COSTING Harbridge + Cross Ltd.

3400

TTC SUBWAY ( S P A D I N A L I N E)

INSURANCE OFFICE 39.33 m²

A4.03

204

CIVIL MGM Consulting Group Ltd. TRAFFIC BA Consulting Group Ltd.

EXST. GROUND - T.O. Slab 1160 (116.960m)

1100

W110

EXST. GROUND - T.O. Slab 1160 (116.960m)

LANDSCAPE North Design Office

MEETING ROOM 14.56 m²

E

STRUCTURAL Entuitive

W101

W107

HERITAGE Robyn Huether Architect

205

203 Consultants

W102

COSTING Harbridge + Cross Ltd.

2

FLEX SPACE 204.63 m²

EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 2F 4470 (120.270m)

W103

CIVIL MGM Consulting Group Ltd. TRAFFIC BA Consulting Group Ltd.

NL EO NC RE FE RE

Description

214

215

202

5100

EXISTING ADJACENT HOUSE

EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 2F 4470 (120.270m)

STRUCTURAL Entuitive

R FO

1000

202 MEETING ROOM 13.47 m²

W210

Consultants

A4.02

Rev. #

2619

W214 W211

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Smith + Andrsen

LINE OF IN-SLAB PERIMETER HEATING

2

D W205

3000

1

213B

201

A4.12

T.O. CASSION 112200

TTC TUNNEL SETBACK

1 AX.04

201

GRADE BEAM BEYOND

T.O. CASSION 112200

TTC SUBWAY ( S P A D I N A L I N E)

A5.01

Date

Description

1

MEETING ROOM 14.19 m²

RAMP DOWN TO UNDERGROUND CARPARK

3200 EC BASEMENT - T.O. Slab -3300 (112.500m)

A4.02

These documents are the sole property of the Architect and must not be reproduced without prior written consent.

KONGATS ARCHITECTS 2-23 MORROW AVENUE SUITE 302 TORONTO CANADA M6R 2H9

TEL - 416 . 504 . 8998 FAX - 416 . 504 . 6556 office@kongatsarchitects.com

Project Number: 1303 Drawn By:

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LEGEND DEMO EXIST TO REMAIN

Drawing Scale:

As indicated

Issued for:

XXXX

Reviewed By:

LA

File Name:

1303-ECC-A-New+Existing

Date Issued: 06/03/19 Project North

A2.10

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Rev. #

EXST. 11 MADISON HOUSE - 3F 7513 (123.313m)

1/A5.02

20190515

NEW LINK

1/A5.01

2365

Cross Reference Mark Up

NEW INFILL - SEE HOUSE PLAN/ ELEVATION INFORMATI ON FOR DETAIL

2410

STORAGE

Property Line

B014 CISTERN

2365

EXST. BSMT - T.O. Slab -1590 (114.210m)

3050

Property Line - 1190(114.610)

Property Line

GRADE - T.O. Slab 0 (115.800m)

1

1/A5.02

3310

1336

EXISTING STAIR FOR UNDERGROUND PARKING

3134

111 ECU ATM/ VESTIBULE

ESTONIA PUBLIC SQUARE

CIRCULATION 7.30 m²

A4.11

C

W301

GROUND FLOOR UNIT (BEYOND)

PUBLIC THROUGH ROUTE

MAIN ENTRANCE

SINGLE STOREY GLASS LINK

REINSTATE PORCH TO ORIGINAL CONDITION

206

PROPERTY LINE 38459MM

6600

2725

DORMER WINDOW BEYOND

W301

NOTE: EXISTING HOUSE FOUNDATION WALL TO BE UNDERPINNED

PROPERTY LINE 38439MM

3580

BLOOR STREET UNION CHURCH (BEYOND)

215 FLEX SPACE

EXISTING ADJACENT HOUSE

EXST. GROUND - T.O. Slab 1160 (116.960m)

PROPERTY LINE 38431 MM

RECEPTION

GLASS FINS

855

EC LEVEL 3 - T.O.Slab 8050 (123.850m)

EC LEVEL 2 - T.O. Slab 4470 (120.270m)


dbdbdb June 2018 - Present

Location: Toronto Projects Involved: 1) Housing Renovations: Cortleigh, Emerson, Osler 2) Marketing Materials: Architectural Photography, Website Building During my employment at dbdbdb, I was involved in several residential renovation projects and preparing Revit model and submission packages. I also worked on several visualization for schematic designs and model building for client proposals. I was also involved with marketing materials for the office, including photography of built work and website building.

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