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C o mmer c i a l d es i gn Cafe & Art gallery

r es i d en t i a l d es i gn Condominium

p u bl i c s p a c e d es i gn Music & Dance Academy

ho s p i t a l i t y d es i gn Hotel O

L I GHT I N G d es i gn Spinal light

c o n st r u c t i o n d r a wi n gs Apartment kitchen

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Commercial design

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Cafe & art gallery


Commercial design

Cafe & art galler y B o a tqu a y - S in g a p o r e

The cafe & art gallery is located at 23 Lorong Telok within Boat Quay which is one of the conservation areas in Singapore. There are many restaurants, pubs and entertainment spots around. The Boat Quay Conservation Area, surrounded by South Bridge Road, Circular Road, Lorong Telok and North Canal Road, was traditionally the center of trading activities along the Singapore River. Boat Quay Conservation Area was gazette for conservation on 7 July 1989. The cafe & art gallery named “The good old days� that recalls the life of Singapore in the 1960s.

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23 LORONG TELOK, BOATQUAY, SINGAPORE


CAFE & ART GALLERY

B ubbl e di agram

2D artwork’s display Kitchen

Cafe/Gallery counter

Seating area

Circulation WC

Entrance area

Bumboat seating area

GROUND FLOOR

Staircase

2D artwork’s display

2D artwork’s display Gallery storage

Staff room

3D artwork’s display 3D artwork’s display

Entrance area Staircase

2ND FLOOR Private area

2D artwork’s display Public area

Boat display


floorplan

FLOORPLAN OF 1ST LEVEL

FLOORPLAN OF 2ND LEVEL

scale 1 /50


Sections A1

sc al e 1/50


Section a2

scale 1 /50


3d perspective

Seati ng area


3d perspective

Cashier c o unte r


3d perspective

3 D ex hi bi ti on area


residential design

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Condominiu m


residential design IMAGE OBJECTIVES

Condomini um

M

r Eric Lau, 30s, is a young profesional. He has completed his tudies and worked overseas for five years before returning back to Singapore and set up his own design company. Eric Lau is an extremerly creative person who thinks that working is not a necessity but a fun process. He loves to explore his creativity and he often draws inspiration from the art seen around the world. Eric is a very likely individual who love to party and enjoys to welcome friends for a light meal or just for drinks. He is fun, playful but very serious when comes to work. The parents Mr. and Mrs. Lau are still very active individual who loves spending time with their friends as they love to entertain. Due to Mr. Lau’s disability, the Lau’s need help from their house keeper, Gema.

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he location of the proposed residential is at Queens Condo, 10 Stirling Road Singapore. This residential is on the 3rd and 4th level of the 40-storey condominium. Strategically located at convenient location, the building is 2-minutes walk to Queenstown MRT Station. It is alson close to all major amenities such as food court, wet market, FairPrice, etc.

QUEENS CONDOMINIUM, 10 STIRLING ROAD, SINGAPORE


floorplan

S c al e 1/50

FLOORPLAN OF 1ST LEVEL

FLOORPLAN OF 2ND LEVEL


ceil ingplan

CEILING PLAN OF 1ST LEVEL

Scale 1 /50

CEILING PLAN OF 2ND LEVEL


SECTION

S c a l e 1/50

bookshelves

fan lighting

bachelona chair

green laminated dining chair

maple wood feature wall

sofa


3D Perspective

Scale 1 /50

Blue color gives a peaceful and relaxing mood so it is choosen to be the sofa color with the purpose of cheering up people and to say welcome people who visit the house. Cafe table is made of black glass surface to give the relection and contrast to blue. The carpet is lavender grey which is matched with the colour of cafe table and to reduce stains as well. To separate the living room and the dining area, a wood feature wall is used as a tv console and lower is a small waving bookshelf. Natural light is observed through glass windows. Artifical lights for the living room are a chandelier, table lamp and down lights. Violet crystal chandelier gives an classic look but still elegant in visual. Wenge wood planks are used for flooring to create a cozy and luxurious effect.

LIVINGROOM PERSPECTIVE


3D Perspective

Using green laminated material for dining chairs is to give the mood of joyful and energentic.Dining table is made of black glass surface and aluminium frames. To protect the marble flooring from scratching, grey carpet is choosen as it balances the contrastness between green and black. The belly wind lighting makes the space more cozy and refreshment. Green and blue matchs each other smoothly and comfortably.

KITCHEN & DINING AREA PERSPECTIVE

Sc al e 1/50


publ ic space design

03

Music & Dance A cademy


LO CATION

Mu sic & Dance A cademy

IMAGE OBJECTIVES Music & Dance Academy is located at 39 Armenian Street, Singapore 179941. The school’s location is within the Central Region of Singapore, in the Museum Planning Area and within the Bras Basah Subzone. Armenian Street plays a significant role in Singapore’s history. The street itself has it’s own story dating back to the 1800s which is related to the Armenian Church at the junction of Hill Street and Coleman Street. It’s significant historical neighbours are the MPH Building, the Substation, the Bible House and the United Chinese Library building. It is situated nearby Singapore’s Cenral Business District, between City Hall and Orchard. Within the area, one can find a few educational institutions, religious buildings, shopping malls, hotels, shophouses and other commercial skyscraper buildings.


ZO NING

Mu s i c & D anc e Ac adem y

3D Zoning: 5 4

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Public Area : Visitors, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area

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Semi - Public : Visitors with permission, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area

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Leg end:

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Semi - Private : Students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Private : Only staffs and lecturers are allowed to enter this area

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Vertical Circulation : Staircase and lift

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5 4

Semi - Public : Visitors with permission, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area

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Semi - Private : Students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Private : Only staffs and lecturers are allowed to enter this area

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Vertical Circulation : Staircase and lift

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17 14

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Waiting Area (82 sqm) Academic Classroom (433 sqm) Dance Studio (115 sqm) Dressing Room (22 sqm) Practice Room (42 sqm) Recording Room (37 sqm) Music Studio (100 sqm) Lockers (21 sqm) Instrument Storage (16 sqm) Jamming Room (26 sqm) Drum Room (28 sqm) Music Classroom (141 sqm) Student Lounge (136 sqm) Library (112 sqm) Shooting Room (47 sqm) Computer Lab (78 sqm) Design Studio (58 sqm)

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19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35

Public Area : Visitors, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area

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Gallery (49 sqm) Multipurpose Hall (169 sqm) Lift (34 sqm) Storage (55 sqm) Emergency Exit (112 sqm) Security Room (23 sqm) Server Room (19 sqm) Staff Lounge (21 sqm) Loading/Unloading (21 sqm) Washroom (232 sqm) Reception (62 sqm) Office (132 sqm) Student Services (22 sqm) Straircase (81 sqm) Balcony Terrace (73 sqm) Consultation Corner (38 sqm) Seminar Room (75 sqm) Cafeteria (74 sqm)

Horizontal Circulation: Corridor

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Horizontal Circulation: Corridor

Semi - Public : Visitors with permission, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Semi - Private : Students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Private : Only staffs and lecturers are allowed to enter this area

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Public Area : Visitors, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area

Vertical Circulation : Staircase and lift Horizontal Circulation: Corridor 1

Public Area : Visitors, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Semi - Public : Visitors with permission, students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Semi - Private : Students, lecturers and staffs are allowed to enter this area Private : Only staffs and lecturers are allowed to enter this area Vertical Circulation : Staircase and lift Horizontal Circulation: Corridor


Floorplan

Scale 1/1 50

80up 80up

DOWN 2 RISERS @ 250MM 80up

80up

150up

80up 80up

FLOORPLAN OF 1ST LEVEL

80up

80up

80up


Floorplan

Sc al e 1/150

FLOORPLAN OF 2ND LEVEL


Floorplan

FLOORPLAN OF 3RD LEVEL

Scale 1/150


lob b y floorpla n

Sc al e 1/7 5

Key plan

80up 80up

DOWN 2 RISERS @ 250MM 80up

80up

150up

80up 80up

FLOORPLAN OF LOBBY

80up

80up

80up


ele vation STAIRCASE

WAITING AREA

Scale 1/150

STAIRCASE CH 4450

Key plan

CH 4250

CH 0000

ELEVATION 1

CH 4450 CH 4250

CH 0000

ELEVATION 2


3D Perspective

Lobby wai ti ng area

Key plan

The waiting area is being designed to reinforce the school’s emphasis on sustainability and creativity. It has the beautiful natural lighting source from the void above. To take the advantages of it, the seatings are placed under a wave-like construct which is made of sustainable material straw panels. Chairs and tables are matched with the design’s concept with curvy lines and shape. There are only 15 seatings in this area as people are supposed to stay here just for a short period. Yellow and yellow green are chosen to be the main color scheme as they stand for creativity, wisdom, youthfulness and calmness which give people a refreshing and peaceful feeling. There is a pendant light above every table which would be used in case of having weak natural lighting and to give more cozy feeling to users.


3 D P er s p ec t i v e Key plan

The reception counter is not just a workstation of the receptionists but it is also the corner that visitors would always look for when they first enter to the school. Therefore the reception counter is designed on the left side of the main entrance to give an easy access to visitors and guests. The aim of of the design is to have a private area for the receptions and yet still creative and related to the design’s concept so a wood-bent panel is used to enclose the counter. Homogeneous tiles with concrete color and texture is chosen for the flooring as homogeneous tiles has high density and long lasting lifespan so it is suitable for the lobby where it has high trafic flow. To reduce noise, the ceiling is designed with sound absorption acoustic panel in curved shape and hang to ceiling by metal wires. General fluorescent lights and down lights are used for the space to have functional and yet economic design.

Lobby reception co unte r


3D Perspective

Lobby ex hi bi ti on area Key plan

The exhibition area is where to showcase the best work and achievement from the students as well as the school and to advertise the academy programmes that the school provides. It is opposite the reception counter so the receptionists can look after the area easily. A wave-like contruct like the designer did for the waiting area is designed for the exhibition area to have a unity design and related to each other. The space has 35 square meters in total so display stands ans exhibits are arranged in vertical shape to larger the area and reduce the waste of space.


M u s ic c o mp o s i t i o n c l a s s r o m f lo o r p l a n

Key plan

FLOORPLAN OF MUSIC COMPOSITION CLASSROOM

Scale 1/50


Music co m po s itio n c la s s r o m E le vat i o n STORAGE

Scale 1/5 0

STUDENTS WORKSTATION

PIANO CORNER

Key plan CH 4000 CH 4000

CH 0000

SPEAKER

SMART BOARD

SPEAKER CH 4000 CH 4000

CH 0000


M u s ic c o mp o s i t i o n c l a s s r o m i s o me t r i c Interactive board

Scale 1/50

Lecturer’s workstation Students’ workstation

Piano corner

Storage

Students’ workstation


3D perspective

M usi c c om pos ition classroom

Key plan

The Piano composition classroom has total 20 workstations for students, 1 lecturer’s workstation, a piano corner and storage. The student tables have upper surface to put an iMac, a keyboard and a headphone hanger. An iMac keyboard is put on the lower surface to give more space for students to work around. Yellow is chosen to be the main color scheme of the classroom as it stands for creativity and wisdom so it may inspire the students to work better and quicker. Therefore, yellow color is used for wall and furniture. To reduce noise, sound absorption acoustic panels in curved shape are used for the ceiling system. They are hang to ceiling by metal wirings together with general fluorescent lights.


3 D pe r s p ec t i v e

Music composition classroom

Key plan

The Piano composition classroom has total 20 workstations for students, 1 lecturer’s workstation, a piano corner and storage. The student tables have upper surface to put an iMac, a keyboard and a headphone hanger. An iMac keyboard is put on the lower surface to give more space for students to work around. Yellow is chosen to be the main color scheme of the classroom as it stands for creativity and wisdom so it may inspire the students to work better and quicker. Therefore, yellow color is used for wall and furniture. To reduce noise, sound absorption acoustic panels in curved shape are used for the ceiling system. They are hang to ceiling by metal wirings together with general fluorescent lights.


3D perspec tive

M usi c c om position classroom

Key plan

The wall is painted yellow to match with the design’s concept and to stand as a feature wall inside the classroom. To give more contrast, a walnut wood flooring is used to calm down the senses. The classroom door has laminated finishing with piano keys patterns on it so it is like a ‘signboard’ of the room to tell people outside that the room is for piano composition learning. At the back wall, a long storage is to ensure that lecturers and students have enough shelves to store their academic’s work. A printer is placed inside the storage for students to print their music sheets immediately after their completion. The classroom is equiped with latest high-tech facilities to give students the best environment to study.


HOSPITAL IT Y design

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Hotel O


HOSPITAL IT Y design

Hotel O M A R I N A C E N TR E - S ing ap ore

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A high-end pod hotel for the new generation of business travellers

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Hotel O is a hotel driven by one desire: to create a high-end pod hotel for the new generation of business travelers. By “the new generation� it means a smart new breed of international business travellers, the type of person who crosses continents the way others cross streets. Hotel O is aimed to offer good value for money and appeal to business travelers who value price, location and design over space. The 21 pod rooms introduce a new room concept which allows guests to control lighting and entertainment using a mobile phone application. There will be 10 standard rooms and 11 premier rooms with the differences in design. The premier rooms will offer spectacular views of Marina Bay and feature an en-suite bathroom, wardrobe, desk, bed, and an interactive screen, all contained within 10 and 12 square metres. Being in the heart of the most vibrant city of Asia and within the architectural landmark of Singapore - Suntec City, the 3-star hotel will house a cafeteria, a stationery shop, a conference room, a business centre and 25 pod rooms for guests. Located onsite, the trendy cafeteria serves fine drinks and soft meals in Western and Asian cuisine not only for the guests but the public as well. Guests do not need to leave the hotel to purchase gifts for their loved-ones as they are merchandized in the stationery shop. A business centre and lounge occupy a total of 100 square metres with computers connecting to high-speed internet and cozy seating for users. The conference room has impressive view and can accommodate a total of 15 people.


HOSPITAL IT Y design

C onc ept

Time is Money


Self check-in

LUGGAGE ROOM

Back off office

Reception counter Waiting area LOBBY

ENTRANCE

HANDICAP TOILET

MALE TOILET

FEMALE TOILET

MANAGER ROOM

ENTRANCE

LAUNDRY

STATIONERY SHOP Printing/ Photocopy Pantry Workstation ADMIN OFFICE Workstation

Server room

KITCHEN CONFERENCE ROOM MEETING POD CAFETERIA

A 1

Bar counter

B

2

BUSINESS CENTER

HOTEL O

F l o o rp l a n & Se c t i o na l elevations


Hotel o

Lo b b y F lo o r p l a n

FLOORPLAN OF LOBBY Scale 1/75


Hotel o

Lo b b y 3 D PERSP E CT IV E


Hotel o

Lo b by 3 D P E R SPECT IV E


Hotel o

FLOORPLAN OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/100

Cafteria F lo o r p la n


Hotel o

Cafteri a E LEV AT IONS & ISOME T RIC

ELEVATION OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/100

ELEVATION OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/100

ISOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE


Hotel o

Cafter i a 3 D PE R S PE C TIV E


Hotel o

Cafteri a 3 D PERSPECT IV E


Hotel o

FLOORPLAN OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/75

CEILING PLAN OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/75

Business Cent re F lo o r p la n & c e il i n g pla n


Hotel o

B u s iness C entre e l e va t ions & isome t ric LED light box Gradient color glass Computer desk

ELEVATION OF BUSINESS CENTRE Scale 1/75

Computer desk Printing corner

Circular booth seating

ELEVATION OF BUSINESS CENTRE Scale 1/75

ISOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE


Hotel o

Bu siness Centr e 3 D P E R S P E C TI VE


Hotel o

Busi ness C entre 3 d perspect iv es


Hotel o

Standard roo m F lo o r p la n

FLOORPLAN OF STANDARD ROOM 1st LEVEL Scale 1/50

FLOORPLAN OF STANDARD ROOM 2nd LEVEL Scale 1/50


Hotel o

S tandard room E LEV AT IONS & ISOME T RIC

ELEVATION 1 OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/50

ELEVATION 2 OF CAFETERIA Scale 1/50

ELEVATION 3 OF CAFETERIA

ELEVATION 4 OF CAFETERIA

Scale 1/50

Scale 1/50


Hotel o

ISOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE

GLIDE PERSPECTIVE

Standard roo m IS O M E TR IC Pe r s pe c tive


H otel o

S ta ndard room 3 D p e r s pect iv e


Hotel o

Standard roo m 3 d Pe r s pe c tive


H otel o

S ta ndard room 3 D p e r s pect iv e


Hotel o

Premier room F lo o r p la n

FLOORPLAN OF PREMIER ROOM 1st LEVEL Scale 1/50

FLOORPLAN OF PREMIER ROOM 2nd LEVEL Scale 1/50


Hotel o

P rem i er room E LEV AT IONS

ELEVATION 1 OF PREMIER ROOM

ELEVATION 2 OF PREMIER ROOM

Scale 1/50

Scale 1/50

ELEVATION 3 OF PREMIER ROOM Scale 1/50


Hotel o

ISOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE

GLIDE PERSPECTIVE

Premier room IS O M E TR IC Pe r s pe c tive


H otel o

P r e m i er room 3 D p e r s pect iv e


Hotel o

Premier room 3 d Pe r s pe c tive


H otel o

P r e m i er room 3 D p e r s pect iv e


L IGHTING design

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Spinal ligh t


C O N C EP T S K E T C HES

Human body with spinal cord structire

Every part joins to each other

Back of the spinal cord

Side of the spinal cord

Using a curvy and flexible main supporting, every part of the lighting fixture is fasten on that to make sure they are on the right place.

Spin al ligh t

Simplify of the spinal cord structure

The final lighting fixture


L IGHTING DESIGN

Spi nal l i ght

The lighting fixture is designed to use as a pendant light,mostly suitable for living room, working space and dining area. The curvy shape creates an unique effects andcomfortable feeling. To reduce the heat of the light, warm white with 60 watt is chosen for energy saving purpose. The idea of mood lighting is the main focus, the psych logical play on light has the ability to contribute to a comfortable, soothing, relaxing, atmosphere. Studies were done particularly on the opening slits of the light and the lter to further understand the ambiance to how light would contribute and respond to theuser within an internal setting. Articial lighting is an essential part of our livelihoods.


CONSTR UCTION DRAWING

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HDB kitch en


GENERAL NOTES : The contractor to be responsible for: - Verifying all drawings, specifications,dimensions and measurements as well as site, conditions and notifying the designer of all discrepancies and omissions before commencing the works. - Submitting samples and shop drawings for review and approval by designer before commencing works. - Ensuring that all work is keeping with all national building codes. - All necessary repairs, patching and cleaning of site during and after completition of works. - Verifying existing site conditions prior to submissions of quotations. - Not starting the construction unless these drawings are signed approved. - All work specified on all drawings and specifications and supplying all necessary materials and labour required to complete all phases of work in accordance with the designer's standards.

5340

1800 1200

600 SPECIFIC NOTES :

2

4 3

1

1

1 4

1

H 3 3

G

2

1000

H I

1

1125

B

A

1 1

E 800

2 3

450 450

A B

A B

DATE:

REVISIONS:

DETAIL NO. SHEET NO.

2 4 3

1 3

500

3850

C

1 3

5 3

F 1

NO.

PROJECT TITLE:

600

960

1335

KITCHEN PROJECT

1560 DRAWING TITLE:

PLANVIEW OF LOWER CABINET

1 PLAN VIEW OF LOWER CABINET : 1:20 1 SCALE

NAME:

LUU THI THANH ANH

COURSE: CONSTRUCTION STUDIES 1 TERM:

JULY 2012

ASSIGNMENT NO.: 06

RafflesDesignInstitute DATE: 18 SEP 2012

SCALE: 1:20

SHEET:

1


GENERAL NOTES : The contractor to be responsible for: - Verifying all drawings, specifications,dimensions and measurements as well as site, conditions and notifying the designer of all discrepancies and omissions before commencing the works. - Submitting samples and shop drawings for review and approval by designer before commencing works. - Ensuring that all work is keeping with all national building codes. - All necessary repairs, patching and cleaning of site during and after completition of works. - Verifying existing site conditions prior to submissions of quotations. - Not starting the construction unless these drawings are signed approved. - All work specified on all drawings and specifications and supplying all necessary materials and labour required to complete all phases of work in accordance with the designer's standards.

5341

SPECIFIC NOTES :

1

1000

1

800

1

D

A B

A B

DATE:

REVISIONS:

DETAIL NO. SHEET NO.

1000

3852

1

4

450

1

1

1

600

1

3

300

940

NO.

PROJECT TITLE:

1240

KITCHEN PROJECT

1560 DRAWING TITLE:

PLANVIEW OF UPPER CABINET

2 PLAN VIEW OF UPPER CABINET : 1:20 1 SCALE

NAME:

LUU THI THANH ANH

COURSE: CONSTRUCTION STUDIES 1 TERM:

JULY 2012

ASSIGNMENT NO.: 06

RafflesDesignInstitute DATE: 18 SEP 2012

SCALE: 1:20

SHEET:

2


GENERAL NOTES :

850

750

D

125

50

200

40 380

900

650

3

4

4

380

4

110

4

760

255

668

900

760 100

50

4

2

E

100

125

1828

1

4

SPECIFIC NOTES :

G 340

3

100

650

F

A

2

255

1110

650 40

400 160

1

680

800

1100 70

4

1

2 6

4

2

2800

2800

540 30 30

7

4

1

4

F 7

4

1

276

850

550

550

276

4

The contractor to be responsible for: - Verifying all drawings, specifications,dimensions and measurements as well as site, conditions and notifying the designer of all discrepancies and omissions before commencing the works. - Submitting samples and shop drawings for review and approval by designer before commencing works. - Ensuring that all work is keeping with all national building codes. - All necessary repairs, patching and cleaning of site during and after completition of works. - Verifying existing site conditions prior to submissions of quotations. - Not starting the construction unless these drawings are signed approved. - All work specified on all drawings and specifications and supplying all necessary materials and labour required to complete all phases of work in accordance with the designer's standards.

5

2 ELEVATION OF KITCHEN CABINET : 1:20 2 SCALE

A B

A B

DATE:

REVISIONS:

DETAIL NO. SHEET NO.

180

760

800

800

850

1 ELEVATION OF KITCHEN CABINET : 1:20 2 SCALE

2

200

7

NO.

B

6

H

70

800

850

850

1000

900

H

100

I

760

4

900

30

2800 700

7

40

650

A

700

2800

4

5

3 ELEVATION OF KITCHEN CABINET : 1:20 2 SCALE

PROJECT TITLE:

KITCHEN PROJECT

DRAWING TITLE:

ELEVATIONS OF KITCHEN

4 2

ELEVATION OF LAUNDRY SCALE

: 1:20

5 ELEVATION OF BAR COUNTER : 1:20 2 SCALE

NAME:

LUU THI THANH ANH

COURSE: CONSTRUCTION STUDIES 1 TERM:

JULY 2012

ASSIGNMENT NO.: 06

RafflesDesignInstitute DATE: 18 SEP 2012

SCALE: 1:20

SHEET:

3


GENERAL NOTES : The contractor to be responsible for: - Verifying all drawings, specifications,dimensions and measurements as well as site, conditions and notifying the designer of all discrepancies and omissions before commencing the works. - Submitting samples and shop drawings for review and approval by designer before commencing works. - Ensuring that all work is keeping with all national building codes. - All necessary repairs, patching and cleaning of site during and after completition of works. - Verifying existing site conditions prior to submissions of quotations. - Not starting the construction unless these drawings are signed approved. - All work specified on all drawings and specifications and supplying all necessary materials and labour required to complete all phases of work in accordance with the designer's standards.

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SPECIFIC NOTES :

DOOR HINGE 19 PLYWOOD CABINET DOOR WITH PLASTIC LAMINATE

800

10 LEVELING SLOTS FOR ADJUSTABLE SHELF

19 PLYWOOD ADJUSTABLE CABINET DOOR HINGE

2800

2800

6 MELAMINE CABINET BACKING 6

650

A

A B

A B

DATE:

REVISIONS:

DETAIL NO. SHEET NO.

100 x 100 MOSAIC TILES 3 100X19 BACK SPLASH 2 40

40 GRANITE COUNTER TOP 1

19 x 64 WOOD FURRING

B

CABINET HANDLE

19 x 64 WOOD FURRING

2

DOOR HINGE 1

19 PLYWOOD CABINET DOOR WITH PLASTIC LAMINATE 4

860

150 EXISTING CONCRETE WALL

DOOR HINGE

1

19 X 38 WOOD FRAME 19 x 64 WOOD FURRING 100

900

2 PLYWOOD 19 PLYWOOD CABINET DOOR 4 WITH PLASTIC LAMINATE

DOOR HINGE 100 EXISTING CONCRETE WALL

19 x 100 WOOD KICK PLATE 5

19 X 89 WOOD FRAME

NO.

19 x 64 WOOD FURRING

PROJECT TITLE:

19 x 100 WOOD KICK PLATE 5

KITCHEN PROJECT

DRAWING TITLE:

SECTIONS OF KITCHEN CABINET

1 3

SECTION OF KITCHEN SINK SCALE

: 1:10

2 3

SECTION OF KITCHEN CABINET SCALE

: 1:10 NAME:

LUU THI THANH ANH

COURSE: CONSTRUCTION STUDIES 1 TERM:

JULY 2012

ASSIGNMENT NO.: 06

RafflesDesignInstitute DATE: 18 SEP 2012

SCALE: 1:10

SHEET:

4


GENERAL NOTES : The contractor to be responsible for: - Verifying all drawings, specifications,dimensions and measurements as well as site, conditions and notifying the designer of all discrepancies and omissions before commencing the works. - Submitting samples and shop drawings for review and approval by designer before commencing works. - Ensuring that all work is keeping with all national building codes. - All necessary repairs, patching and cleaning of site during and after completition of works. - Verifying existing site conditions prior to submissions of quotations. - Not starting the construction unless these drawings are signed approved. - All work specified on all drawings and specifications and supplying all necessary materials and labour required to complete all phases of work in accordance with the designer's standards.

APPLIANCE CHART STAINLESS STEEL SHEET

19 PLYWOOD

STAINLESS STEEL POST SUPPORT 19 PLYWOOD WITH MELAMINE 50 DIA STAINLESS STEEL BAR COUNTER SUPPORT SCREWED TO PLYWOOD

KEY NAME FAUCET A B SINK COOKER C HOOD D OVEN E FRIDGE F MICROWAVE G H CLOTHES WASHER I DISH WASHER

DETAIL OF ISLAND COUNTER SUPPORT SCALE

COLOR SILVER

450 X 300 X 365 912 x 807 x 1785

SILVER BLACK SILVER SILVER SILVER

555 x 439 x 340 598 x 573 x 846 600 x 850 x 710

BLACK WHITE WHITE

MATERIAL AND FINISHES STEEL STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL PLASTIC FIBER PLASTIC FIBER

COMPANY KOHLER TEKKA ELECTROLUX WINDSTER ELECTROLUX SAMSUNG SAMSUNG SAMSUNG SAMSUNG

CODE K596-VS CULINAIRE D9800

REMARKS

BUILD-IN BUILD-IN BUILD-IN BUILD-IN RH-W30 BUILD-IN E130EW45J GR-P247JHM FREE - STANDING BUILD-IN ME6144ST WF8650 FREE - STANDING DMS300TRW FREE - STANDING

SPECIFIC NOTES :

OUTLET KEY

1 4

SIZE 250 X 300 900 x 550 900 x 550 900 x 550

NAME POWER POINT TELEPHONE CABLE TV

: 1:2

MATERIALS AND FINISHES SYMBOL 1 2 3 4 5 6

ITEM SOLID SURFACE BACK SPLASH MOSAIC TILES LAMINATES KICK PLATE MELAMINE STAINLESS STEEL SHEET

7

COMPANY QUARTZ 3D SOLID HAFARY FORMICA LAMINATES SCHLAGE DWYER SURMEN

C6355 9578NT C8000 AW100

COLOR WHITE WHITE BEIGE BROWN STAINLESS STEEL ANTIQUE WHITE

H-17D3

SILVER

CODE A90X1 1450H

FINISH POLISHED SURFACES POLISHED SURFACES 100 x 100 TILES PLASTIC LAMINATES MATT FINISH MELAMINE

A B

A B

DATE:

REVISIONS:

DETAIL NO. SHEET NO.

MATTE

HARDWARE KEY 1

SEALANT

2 3 4

6 TEMPERED GLASS

NAME CONCEALED HINGE CABINET HANDLE LAZY SUSAN DRAWER RUNNER

COMPANY HAFELE TOP KNOBS WOODWORKERS HARDWARE

A.C.SISSLING

CODE MTL709 M432 KIDNEY 2 SHELF GROOVE

COLOR STAINLESS STEEL SILVER SILVER SILVER

FINISH STAINLESS STEEL CHROME CHROME WIRE STAINLESS STEEL

ALUMINUM CABINET HANDLE NO.

SCREW

PROJECT TITLE:

KITCHEN PROJECT

2 4

DETAIL OF CABINET DOOR SCALE

: 1:2 DRAWING TITLE:

DETAILS OF KITCHEN CABINET

NAME:

LUU THI THANH ANH

COURSE: CONSTRUCTION STUDIES 1 TERM:

JULY 2012

ASSIGNMENT NO.: 06

RafflesDesignInstitute DATE: 18 SEP 2012

SCALE: 1:10

SHEET:

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