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CHRISTIAN P. CARPENTER ABBREVIATED WORKS 2013

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RECENT WORKS

DESIGN SCHOOL

EARLY WORKS

DRAWING


Residential Development 2012 - Current

RECENT WORKS

Terrace Below

327.92

6'-8"

1

328.33

Setback Line

Family Room

15'-4"

Bath

f.f. 328.42

15'-4"

22'-0"

328.33

Pervious Paving

9 8 7

327.92

Dn

6 5

4

3

2

1

Dn 328.33

Horizontal Fins (solar screen) Dn

Roof Deck

Dn

ne Li

Setback Line

f.f. 328.33

ty er op Pr

Property Line

26'-8"

Terrace Below

f.f. 328.33

323.63

3-Car Porte-CoChere

318.25

Dn 328.33

Living f.f.328.42

k ac tb Se

Roof Deck Below

37'-0"

ne Li

Dn

Bar

k ac tb Se

Bath

ne Li

Terrace Below Bedroom 1

Terrace Below

Concave Joint

Flush Joint

SKYLIGHTS

WOOD FRAMED WINDOW TYP

HIGHEST RIDGE 341'-2"

8" CMU WALL PROPOSED GRADE EXISTING GRADE RETAINING WALL

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013

Two, (3) Level Single Family Residences on a subdivided canyon lot. I prepared the entire package for the Neighborhood Development Permit submittal. Currently this project is under review by the City of San Diego.


Coastal Remodel + Addition 2012-Current

RECENT WORKS B

C.5

D

F

E

BACK OF (E) GARAGE WALL

C

H

9'-31" 8

H.5

9'-17 8"

4'-6"

C A3.2

Glass Block

2 0 3 3 Awning

4 4 3 3 Awning 4 0 2 5 4 8 Fixed 3 1 Abv.

4 0 2 5 Fixed

A (3) level remodel-addition to an existing 700 S.F. home in Sunset Cliffs. I prepared the construction documents and guided this project through the permit process. I also assisted in the materials estimation, construction staging, demolition and framing. This project is currently under construction.

J

1" 10'-04

3'-6"

Glass Block

Glass Block SHELF

I

3'-10"

A

EDGE OF (E) WALL

2

Glass Block

D.S.

2'-6" WRITING STUDIO

CLOSET

4 0 3 5 Fixed

SLAB

6'-73 4"

1" 2'-78

3'-6"

D.S.

6'-113 4"

4 4 3 3 Awning 4 8 3 1 Fixed Abv

GARAGE ROOF BELOW

2'-41" 8

A A3.0

ALIGN

ALIGN

BATH 4 0 3 5 Fixed

RECESSED ON-DEMAND WATER HEATER

3038 CSMNT 0 0 3 3 FIXED BELOW

0 8 33 CSMNT

DN

sd cm

A A3.0

16 15 2450 Fixed

CLR.

CLOSET

FURN.

13 sd

12 11 CLOSET

10

ROOF ABOVE

B A3.1

9

203 8 Fixed

B A3.1

8 2

0 8 33 CSMNT

STREET SETBACK

7" 14'-18

4 4 3 3 Awning 4 8 3 1 Abv.

2'-11"

4 0 SHELF 2 5 Fixed

14

3

4

5 6

7

MASTER BD. F.F. 74.34

5'-83 8"

0 0 22 CSMNT

0 8 33 CSMNT

0 8 5 6 French

DECK BELOW 0 8 33 CSMNT

0 8 23 Fixed

-2" BELOW WALL

D.S.

SIDE SETBACK

233 8 Fixed

/ 12"

DECK

1" 8'-114

T.O. DRAIN 2 1/2" TYP. 1 8"

TRELLIS BELOW

1" 4'-08

1" 5'-52

FRONT SETBACK

17'-17 8"

9'-3"

10'-01 4"

C A3.2

SEE A4.0 AND SECTION A-A/SHT. A3.0 FOR ENVELOPE @ FROUD ST. ELEVATION

BACK

T1-11 SIDING

30' HEIGHT

LIMIT @ SET

D.S.

24' HEIGHT

BACK LIMIT @ SET

STUCCO

T1-11 SHADING FINS

DIRECT-VENT WALL LOUVER HOT-DIPPED GALVANIZED RAIL

STAINLESS STEEL CABLE & TENSION BRACKET

REDWOOD AWNING

GARAGE BEYOND

STUCCO PATCH STUCCO @ DEMOLISHED STAIR LOCATION

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Del Mar Residence - 2011

RECENT WORKS

A new (3) level custom residence in Del Mar. I assisted in the entitlement process and acted as Job Captain through the construction document and permitting phases. This set of construction documents was extremely thorough and detailed to ensure accurate estimations. I was responsible for issuing addenda, reviewing shop drawings, responding to R.F.I.’s and change orders.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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(20) Unit Multi-Family - 2011

RECENT WORKS

Our firm was hired to take this (20) unit detached multi-family project form 50% construction document completetion to 100% completion in two months. I acted as job captain working with the project architect and a draftsman. My responsibilities included code compliance, A.D.A. accessibility compliance, consultant coordination and review, and file management.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Thesis 2008-2009

DESIGN SCHOOL

This thesis attempted to understand how spontaneity can relate to the architectural design process as a means to UNDERSTAND an architectural problem and achieve an architectural result that exhibits aesthetic INNOVATION. By constructing a methodology through spontaneous techniques seen in DADA, Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and American Jazz, this thesis was able to cultivate and develop concepts through automatic acts, spontaneous acts and concluded with schematic acts.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Women’s Shelter 2008

DESIGN SCHOOL

My design strategy hinges on the superimposition of the geographic and sociopolitical geometries and FIGURES of downtown San Diego. The outlines of Balboa Park, the system of land division, the highway system, the hundred foot topographical contours, the flight path and the fault lines are the contextual layers that are associated with the PROGRAM, superimposed onto the site and delineated into FORM.

SUPERIMPOSITION

EXCAVATION PROCESS

axis - setbacks

city grid = conventional structure

canyon = 163 = corridor

site = entry = fault lines

canyon = green

grid 2 = longspan structure

balboa park = open space

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013

I-5 = barrier


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Directed Study 2008

DESIGN SCHOOL

This group project included the participation of Ryan Thornton and Aaron Kettl, under the direction of Mitra Kanaani, and at the request of DR. IRWIN JACOBS and the San Diego Symphony. They requested a design for a permanent outdoor Bandshell that would support their summer concert series at South Embarcadero Marina Park. The final design was suggested through local contextual patterns that were selected based upon programmatic associations.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Mixed Use 2007

DESIGN SCHOOL

This mixed use project is an extension of the URBAN CARPET. The ground level provides 20,000 S.F. of street facing shops that spill life onto the sidewalks, outdoor spaces that allow the residents to claim OWNERSHIP and, at the same time, can be shared with the PUBLIC REALM. There are 14 different types of residential units that range from apartment to townhome styles of living. There are 8 live/work units where each one differs in floor plan.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Custom Residence 2005

EARLY WORKS

My professional experience prior to my architectural education included intense participation in the design process and full responsibility for schematic phases through the construction of numerous high-end custom residential homes. Many of these homes contained complex roof systems, heavy timber framing, steel frames and heavy snow loads. The design process of this custom residence involved many exercises and studies before the conclusion was realized. I worked closely with the architect and client, providing several renderings of options.or forms and finishes.

Christian P. Carpenter

Abbreviated Works 2013


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Examples 2004 - 2006

EARLY WORKS

Fireplace Detail 2004

Private Residence 2005

Christian P. Carpenter

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1999

DRAWING

Christian P. Carpenter

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2012

DRAWING

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