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ryan waggoner A PORTFOLIO OF EXPERIENCE IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE


contents: SKILLS: hand graphics 3 autoCAD 4 ArcGIS 5 3D modeling 6 horticulture 8 CS Suite 10 PROJECTS: abu dhabi 12 dubai 14 paradise valley 16 beverly hills 18 santa barbara 22

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hand graphics

Hand graphics are one of the best tools that a landscape architect has to convey their visions to their clients. Buying into the vision is the first connection a landscape architect can have with a potential client. Whether it is through quick sketches of a potential design, a sketch to another discipline to convey design intents, or a detailed sketch to a client to give the project’s goal and direction; hand graphics are the ultimate tool in the landscape architect’s skill set. At Michigan State University, hand graphics were heavily developed and encouraged. Through training and education, travels and experiences, I have learned and developed the abilities to convey design and direction through hand graphics. Confidence is the key to understanding style, and confidence can only be built through experience.

Pulteney Bridge 1 hour

Rua de Agusta 1 hour

Alhambra 20 minutes Prince Albert Memorial 1 hour

Bird’s Eye View of Rooftop Garden

Arc de la Defense 10 minutes

Landscape Section

Versailles 8 minutes

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autoCAD

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AutoCAD is the quintessential tool of the design and construction industries, and landscape architecture is no exception. No one program offers more benefits to its users in the design and construction fields more than AutoCAD (at this time). In my first position after graduation I was if I had much experience with AutoCAD, which (like many other recent graduates) I thought I had. In the next week I would learn more than all of the classes and sleepless nights I spent teaching myself. I have spent the last few years further developing these skills.


ArcGIS

Traverse Tri-County Watershed Northwestern Michigan

Final Development Map

Proximity to urban areas Pinewood Preservation

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his project looked at the development and preservation of the Grand Traverse Tri-County watershed region. This used ArcGIS to locate many different physical and cultural factors in the region. Using nearly 20 different maps, the best areas for preservation and development were located, and then compared the two to find the most suitable areas for development while maintaining ecological sensitivity. As a profession that communicates information through graphics, GIS has become a great tool for Landscape Architect’s to visually stimulate and convey information to clientele. At Michigan State University, ArcView, ArcInfo, and ArcGIS were a requirement in both geography and landscape architecture curriculums.

Wetland Preservation Proximity to inland lakes

Final Preservation Map

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3-D modeling

Three dimensional modeling is not a new idea in landscape architecture, just merely a new technology for landscape architect’s to take advantage of it’s possibilities. Orthographic perspectives have been used for year’s to convey the ultimate goal of a project. However, with technological advancements, industry standards and client expectations increase exponentially. To stay ahead of the curve, professionals need to learn and experiment with new tools and technologies. From understanding modeling basics, textures, grading, materials, components and layering styles, etc one can begin to use three dimensional modeling to convey design. To fully understand and use these concepts takes hundreds of hours to fully master. In no way would I say that I master any of these elements, however, I have spent the time, energy and enthusiasm to understand and experiment with all of the elements involved in 3-dimensional design. Three dimensional design is a hobby and passion of mine, which I spend nights and weekends experimenting with different modeling programs, tutorials, rendering techniques, etc.

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When dealing with new technologies, it can be easy to forget good design objectives and principles. Many times, focusing or reverting on these can optimize these new technologies. Understanding color palettes, proportions, focal points, scale, line weight hierarchy, etc. are the basic principles to understanding successful design, and should never be forgotten - especially with new mediums.

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horticulture

Horticulture is, and will continue to be my focus in design as a landscape architect. I believe that a landscape architect that doesn’t understand the use of horticulture in their design’s can never truly understand their potential. Horticulture is the most obvious and direct way a landscape architect can speak to the user’s of the spaces they design and construct. I have spent several years trying to fully understand the uses and abilities of plants to influence and guide design. As a member of the Desert Botanical Garden and Arizona Cacti & Succulent Society, I have tried to appreciate and implement the plant material that can natively adapt best in my designs.

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photoshop

Whether residential or commercial, graphics speak directly to the client. Understanding the use’s and ability’s can be very beneficial to the designer. I have spent much time trying to understand these graphic mediums in design, professionally and recreationally. The designs on this page were completed for both. The drawings to the right were completed for Photoshop graphic competitions based on scenes needed for each submission. The drawings on the left and below were developed for residential designs. All take into account balance of color and space, visual interest, conveyance of intent, etc. But most importantly to me, each helped me better understand the tools and capabilities of Photoshop in design. Although I would never submit to a client anything like the drawings to the right, the techniques gained in their completion could prove to be very beneficial in the future.

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All of the designs on this page were submitted for a residential project in Dubai. Villas provide passive shading and ventilation strategies and luxury features such as second floor parking areas accessed via a car elevator Villas are engaged with the site and masterplan by an undulating landscaping system derived from the fluid dynamics of water flowing around a rock, similarly the landscape flows around the three bars of each villa. I personally worked to develop these graphics with a multicdisciplinary team of graphic designers, architects and landscape architects for Burt, Hill.

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ABU DHABI AL MAFRAQ HOSPITAL BUMRUNGRAD INTERNATIONAL DUBAI, UAE Built in multiple phases; Phase I is currently under development and consists of a 690-bed complex, including specialty programs such as a women’s and children’s clinic, trauma, outpatient center and education. Subsequent phases will include additional specialties, inpatient beds, and a mosque. The plan includes a residential neighborhood for physicians and their families with all amenities, including a school. I was involved in many aspects in the front-end design of this project and assisted with overall master plan and circulation patterns to understand flow of emergency, outpatient, inpatient, and royal arrivals. I also assisted with design development of xeriscape softscape plan inspired by Roburto Burle Marx, produced site sections to better understand and graphically communicate overall design, and assisted in overall and plan enlargements of grading.

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al mafraq hospital My involvement with this project was mainly in the front-end design. This project consisted mainly of master planning, understanding spatial arrangements, and general flow of movement. Traffic concerns were a main target, as the hospital needed to have easy and usable emergency access, as well as priority access at the rear for royalty treatment. Another main goal of this project put forth by the Project Manager was to begin to develop a more realistic conveyance of landscape to our client for future projects. The American tradition of giving luscious, green landscapes to our clients in the Middle East was growing impractical and developing into using plant material that would not be successful in the desert ecosystem. We looked at the different ribbons of landscape flowing out of the development, and tried to more honestly graphically represent the end result of the project in the front-end design.

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tatweer towers

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This project consisted of many details, including; pools, spas, shade structures, playground ammenities, tennis courts, green walls, etc. This project was projected to attain a LEED Platinum status, so many elements had to be designed to meet very high standards. From sustainable materials, local products, transportation elements such as bike racks and available showers, this project needed to be designed to the highest level of sustainability.

TATWEER TOWERS MIZIN DUBAILAND, DUBAI, UAE Tatweer Towers, upon completion would be the tallest twin towers in the world with the construction of two high-rise towers that will be used for a five-star hotel and commercial offices. The total built-up area would surpass 900,000 square meters. The residential and commercial towers are separated by 12 lanes of highway traffic, with a sky bridge linking the two buildings. My personal involvement included being involved in many aspects in the front-end design and had a role in all site designs . I was involved and completed the overall hardscape and softscape plans for four levels. I worked with a senior designer to design the plans for two pool and tennis decks, meditation garden, wellness terrace, water fountain entry, and children’s discovery garden. I also created details for reflecting pools, green arbors, sculptural walls, all children’s play structures, sand pits, amphitheatres, perimeter fencing, shade structures, pools, lap pools, hot tubs, kiddy pools, tennis courts, bike racks, multiple water fountains, living plant wall, and infinity pools.

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peak perfection

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Paradise Valley, Arizona is a playground for those that have the money and ambition to experiment and play at the foot of Camelback Mountain, the largest and most picturesque mountain in the Phoenix valley. The owners of this home on Valley Vista Lane are the heirs to the Hormel Foods corporation. Their design goals were to build a vintage, Morrocan-influenced home that took advantage of the views and plant material that the landscape had to offer. The hardscape and landscape were designed to give the owners all of their visions and more. Outdoor spaces were designed to give the family fully functional spaces to enjoy. Phoenix offers nearly ten months of perfect outdoor weather along with two months of intense heat. Gardens, courtyards and patios were designed to take advantage of the entire property year round. Amenities such as living and dining rooms, an outdoor kitchen and ramada, fireplaces, barbeques, tennis courts, in-ground tampolines, a pool pavilion and spa, water features, vegetable gardens, perimeter walking paths, trellised walkways, several outdoor bathrooms and bedroom-attached courtyards, and a rooftop terrace give unlimited uses for the family and guests. Like many properties in Paradise Valley, the site was originally covered with dated and unkept plant material, with a minimalist desert design. All specimen cacti and plant material that could be saved were reused and showcased on-site. But to reach the client’s goals for a tropical landscape, a blend of softscape was designed and installed to give a softer feel to the property. This brought interesting and difficult irrigation dilemas in the design and installation, requiring a host of irrigation designer’s and manufactures to adequately handle all of the microclimates needed to provide successful environments. The project’s irrigation and lighting systems were so complex for a residential project, that they needed to be managed for several months after completion to ensure plant and material success. Irrigation schedules needed to be monitored and adjusted quarterly to give each microclimate the precise amount of water that it needed. Ultimately, the project was a tremendous triump for the client, and was published in Phoenix Home & Garden within a year after construction.


The attention to detail is the true prize of design from paving patterns to product choices to plant placement - nothing can be overlooked. The design is in the details.

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visionary vista

On the cliffs overlooking Los Angeles, a small lot with spectacular views was impossibly small and unusable. The client was a past patron of Martino & Associates with high expectations, as their first project has recently been awarded with the 2012 ASLA National Honor Award. The project was instantly given a challenge when the client asked to have the house built to appear as if it floated on water like an island. The house was to be completely surrounded by water, with no visual clue of support. The house was to be completely clad in glass exterior, adding thousands of pounds to the exterior of the home. Ultimately, a cantilevered concrete base with a 1” thick x 24” wide plate of steel would be needed to add strength to the cantilever for the weight of the glass. As if this were not complicated enough, the client also wanted to build an infinity edge pool to overlook metro Los Angeles, with the appearance of minimal support from below. What resulted is a pool projecting 56’ above the sloping cliff below. This project gives a daily reminder that necessity is the mother of invention - i.e. that difficult situations inspire ingenious solutions. Working with a client that requires and demands acute attention in every aspect of design and construction negates the ability to overlook ANY minute detail of a project, based on the ultimate visual, ease of use, sensory affect, and most importantly the simplistic and sublime beauty of thoughtful and well intended design and construction. Anything less than perfection with this project was deemed to be a failure from the start.

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uch like Mies van der Rohe’s German national pavilion at the Barcelona international exhibition of 1929, the Kimridge home revolves around simplicity of form blended with extravagance of materials. The structure is to be surrounded with a 10’ masonry wall, allowing the interior home to be clad entirely in glass - linking the interior and exterior spaces. Each element of design is carefully inspected to ensure success; from each transition of material, roof and drainage systems, light and shading patterns, and most importantly all connections between water and structure.

The images on this page show some of the design considerations taken on early in the project. A simple meditation on any element of the project could lead to hours of inspection and contimplation on the element. For example, the wall below was a design idea for a wall outside of the master bedroom and ensuite. A design needed to be reflective and contemplative, stimulating but not jarring, and visually entertaining while passive at the same time. A SketchUp project was completed to give the client many views and color choices.

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As Frank Lloyd Wright phrased, ‘Modernism is insistence on making the most of contemporary possibilities... straight lines were not the issue, but intellectual elegance, moral integrity, and practical beauty were.�

The Kimridge Road project is so complicated, that it demanded to be modeled 3-dimensionally to begin to understand all of the complexities. Just to visualize the configuration of the pool and water channel to understand the load capacity that would be placed on the supporting structure alone was a benefit. This project is held to the same standards as the Las Palmas project for the same client. The pictures to the left and below show the quality, attention to detail, and simplistic beauty of a project held to such a high standard - one which is deserving of the national ASLA award. Once completed, the Kimridge Rd. project should be equally stunning.

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GENERAL LIGHTING NOTES 1.

SEE LIGHTING NOTES ON SHEET REV-L-3

2.

ALL 12V FIXTURES MUST BE PROVIDED A MINIMUM OF 10.5 VOLTS

3.

SEE LIGHTING LEGENDS AND TABLES FOR SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS AND GRAPHIC EXPLANATIONS

4.

COORDINATE ALL WELL LIGHTS WITH TREES

PLANTING PLANTING

GAS STUB

LAV

STAIRS

LIGHTING LEGEND

LAV

BATH

W.P. SWITCH

FACE OF GLASS CANTILEVER OVER PATIO

A = LIGHT FIXTURE "A" S = FIXTURE SWITCHED TO HOUSE S = DIMMER SWITCH LOCATION D D2 = LED DRIVER #2 A T3 = TRANSFORMER #3 A SD = 12 VOLT FIXTURE SWITCHED TO HOUSE W. DIMMER A

3 CAR GARAGE

QUEEN BED 62"X84"

COLUMN BELOW POOL

LAV

SHWR 4'7" X 5'0"

MEDIA

WC

ROOF LINE

3'

18"

POOL CHANNEL WALL BELOW

TW 486.75

PLANTER

19'-4"

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4"

3'-4"

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+

+

TW 496 6' HIGH WALL

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+

+490.5

+ 8"

8"

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+ FG 500.54

14'-8" 8"

EDGE OF PAVEMENT

EXISTING FENCE

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11'-6" 5'

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FOCUS

AR 111 40

COPPER

-

MASK

-

DELTA LIGHT

TC-DEL 18 W

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-

WELL LIGHT

SL-20-MDG

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FOCUS

FL-LED-MR16-BAB 6 WATT

BLACK ACID TREATMENT

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6'-0"

DL-30-EC

21'-4"

5131 P

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BEGA

2-13 W CF QUAD-2P, 120 V

OPAL GLASS

MOUNT AT 5'-4" IN UTILITY AREAS

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3:1

SLOPE

NOTE: SECTION CUT LINE JOGS AT BOTTOM LANDING

2:1

SCALE 1/8" = 1'-0"

SLOP

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8

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9

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MARC A. WARE

PROPOSED NEW RESIDENCE 2301 KIMRIDGE ROAD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90210

KEY NOTES

7'-2"

1. PIPE FROM ROOF DRAIN THROUGH CHANNEL FOOTING 6"

2. WISY ROOFWATER FILTER WITH 9" EXTENSION

FACE OF HOUSE

3. FILTERED RAINWATER 4. UNFILTERED RAINWATER

2'

2'

TC 499.78

MIT

3'-4"

5. HOLDING TANK OVERFLOW TO CATCH BASIN

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8. AIR VENT - LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED 9. WISY SUBMERSIBLE IRRIGATION PUMP

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26

L-1.2

7. ACCESS TO FILTER CLEANOUT

3 CAR GARAGE

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10. RAINWATER TO MAINLINE FOR IRRIGATION

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L-1.3

11. SUMP PUMP TO STREET 12. HOLDING TANK OVERFLOW PIPE TO STREET

1

POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM SWIMMING POOL

13. FLOW CALMING DEVICE

DECK ABOVE MECHANICAL ROOM

14. WISY FLOATING INTAKE

POOL GATE

RESIDENCE 1

15. ACCESS TO CATCH BASIN 16. LADDER TO HOLDING TANK

IRRIGATION MAINLINE

17. LADDER TO CATCH BASIN

4'-0"

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6

20. WIRE TO CONTROLS

23

DRIVEWAY

21. J. BOX FOR SUMP PUMP 22. CURB

5

23. IRRIGATION CONTROLS 24. DOMESTIC WATER 25. VACUUM BREAKER

SLIDING GATE

26. ROOF DRAIN LOCATION

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27. ROOF DRAIN IN WALL DOWNSPOUT

4

28. IRRIGATION VALUES SEE IRRIGATION PLAN

CATCH BASIN

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POOL BARRIER FENCE

24

11'-6" TALL PAINTED STEEL GATE

CMU SCREEN WALL @TRASH CAN ENCLOSURE

8' WALL @ PROPERTY

LIGHT FIXTURE 505.9 FIXTURE CENTER LINE

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2. POOL EQUIPMENT IS BELOW POOL

6'-8"

5'-6"

5'

1/8" = 1'-0"

HOUSE 15 22

TRASH ENCLOSURE WITH SLIDING GATE ELEVATION

SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

STEVE MARTINO & ASSOCIATES

HOUSE BEYOND

TW 510.00

LIGHT FIXTURE

14'-0" LEVEL DECK

STEVE MARTINO & ASSOCIATES

10'-0" HIGH GARDEN WALL

SLIDING

TOP OF PLANTER 500.66

8'-0"

EL = 500.33 TOP OF STRL. SLAB

CATCH BASIN (BEYOND)

TW 492.0 FG 491.6

EL = 492.50 BOTTOM OF POOL STRUCTURE

EDGE OF COLUMN (PLANTER ABOVE)

3'-0" TALL WALL AT POOL EQUIP. ROOM BEYOND

2:1

TW 478.00 RETAINING WALL/ PLANTER

FG 477.6 SL

3:1

SLOP

E

YARD DRAIN UNDER SLAB BEYOND

UNDERGROUND GATE MOTOR BEYOND

TOP OF WALL 500.33

FG 499.0

16' - 0"

CATCH BASIN UNDER DECK

SPILLWAY 500.14

14'-0" LEVEL DECK

DECK 500.20

SLOPE 3/4"

POOL WALL BEYOND

WATERPROOF ALL SIDES

DECK 500.14

2" CONC. PAVER WITH TILE TOPPING

TW 500.66 ISLAND PLANTER

FLOOR DRAIN

3"

500.20 DECK LEVEL

500.45 FINISH FLOOR FLOOR SLAB

SLOPE

STEPS GUTTER SEE POOL PLANS

POOL

ADJUSTABLE STANDS

PIPE TO SUMP

8" POOL WALL

POOL STRUCTURE

MECHANICAL ROOM WALL

BENCH TILE ALL SUFACES

TILE

SITE SECTION R - R - THROUGH MECHANICAL ROOM LOOKING NORTH GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET: 1/4" = 1'-0"

MECHANICAL ROOM

RESERVOIR SEE POOL DRAWINGS

EXISTING GRADE

EDGE OF PLANTER WALL BEYOND

DOOR OPEN FROM MECH ROOM TO STEP LANDING

TOP OF POOL WALL 500.41

OPENING BEYOND AT STAIRS

500.20 DECK LEVEL 500.14 DECK LEVEL

7'-10"

FACE OF TILE

CATCH BASIN

1 2"

POOL

2:1

SL

TW 478.0 FG 477.6 BEYOND

OP

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13 8"

NICHE IN WALL FOR ACRYLIC DAM

WATER CHANNEL

498.66 CHANNEL BOTTOM

TILE

CHANNEL WALL

1/4" X 1/2" X 1/8" STAGGER PERF. METAL (POWDER COATED BLACK)

SEE STRUCTURAL FOR FOOTING

1" COPING ON CHANNEL WALL

3 4"

SPILLWAY 500.14

WATER CHANNEL

7 8"

TILE

2:1

ACRYLIC DAM SECTION

ACRYLIC DAM PLAN

SCALE 6" = 1'-0"

SCALE 6" = 1'-0"

TOP OF WALL 500.33

TOP LEVEL @ DECK 500.20

TOP OF PLANTER 500.66

FG 499.0

POOL STEPS

FG 495.0

UNDERWATER BENCH

SPA

POOL

TOP OF WALL 486.75

POOL EQUIP. ROOM

MECH. ROOM SLAB BEYOND 485.27 THRESHOLD 485.19

TOP OF SLAB 483.75 TOP OF STAIRS 485.25

TOP OF STAIRS 498.12

BOTTOM OF STAIRS 483.75

TW 500.68

TW 496.0

WALL RETURN BEYOND

TW 492.0

BOTTOM OF STAIRS BEYOND 490.54

STAIR RAIL

COLUMN (PLANTER ABOVE)

DRAIN W/ 6" LINE TO SURGE TANK (2) EACH SKIMMER

TOP OF STAIRS 500.5 LANDING AT GATE 498.25

FG 488.0

CROSS BEAM @ 2' O.C.

OPE

WALL RETURN BEYOND

TOP OF POOL WALL 500.41

TOP OF PLANTER WALL 490.8

SL

BLACK THOROSEAL PLASTER APPLIED TO SKIMMER BASIN BEFORE INSTALLATION OF FRAME

GLASS FRAME

LOWER DECK EDGE (STATIC WATER LEVEL) 500.14

DOOR TO MECH. ROOM

TILE

POOL WALL

TW 504.0 TW 502.0

WALL BEYOND AT DRIVEWAY

DOOR JAMB

WALL STEPS @ PROPERTY LINE

DOME SCREEN OVER DRAIN TILE

SILICONE GLUE @ WALL

1/4" = 1'-0"

TW 474.0

1-1/2"X1/8" STAINLESS STEEL FRAME (POWDER COATED BLACK)

7 8"

POOL WALL

TW 510.0 TW 508.0

WALL RETURN BEYOND

TW 506.0

SILICONE JOINT @ FLOOR

POOL

SILICONE GLUE @ FLOOR TILE

SITE SECTION C - C - THROUGH POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM LOOKING EAST

GATE

GLASS DOOR TW 508.0

EL=485.27' TOP OF MECH. SLAB

STEPS BEYOND TO MECH ROOM

TW 500.41

ACRYLIC DAM

3 4"

TW 486.0 FG 485.6 BEYOND

POOL EQUIP. ROOM FLOOR

483.75' TOP OF POOL EQ. SLAB

WALK FROM MECH ROOM OVER GRADE BEAM

STATIC WATER LEVEL

NICHE IN FAR WALL FOR ACRYLIC DAM

PLANTER BEYOND

23 8"

TOP OF DAM

3 4"

BOTTOM OF POOL STRUCTURE 492.50' TW 492.0

COLUMN BEYOND (PLANTER ABOVE) POOL EQUIP.ROOM

3'-0"

OPEN

EL=483.75' TOP OF POOL EQUIP. SLAB

POOL

BENCH

3' WALL AT EAST SIDE OF POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM

500.45 FINISH FLOOR

TOP OF STRL. SLAB 500.33

TW 510.0

WALL @ END OF POOL EQUIP ROOM

RESIDENCE

3"

PLANTER IN POOL TW 500.66

GUTTER

485.27' TOP OF MECH. SLAB

TOP OF SPILLWAY 500.14

TOP OF POOL WALL BEYOND

SPA

MECHANICAL ROOM

3' - 4" OPENING

WALL RETURN BEYOND

3'-0" SPLASH ZONE 3/4" SLOPE

DECK EDGE 500.14

TILE PAVERS ON JACKS

HANDRAIL BEYOND

TOP OF ROOF 513.78

HOUSE BEYOND

PROPERTY LINE OPEN

1'-2"

PLANTER TW 500.66

500.20'

DECK LEVEL

SEE STRUCTURAL FOR FOOTING

POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM

3' - 0"

17'-0" 14'-0" LEVEL DECK

RESIDENCE

TOP OF STAIRS 498.12

STAIR LANDING 490.54

2'-0"

ISLAND PLANTER TILE

TILE

PLANTER WALL BEYOND

TW 508.0

TOP OF POOL WALL 500.41

17' - 0"

TW 500.66 ISLAND PLANTER

TILE

FACE OF GLASS GARDEN WALL (8'-0" STREET SIDE)

FG 500.54

LANDING AT GATE 498.25

WATER CHANNEL GUTTER

12' - 6" PLANTER 3'-0"

TW 500.41 TOP OF POOL WALL

EL = 513.78' TOP OF ROOF

TW 510.0

WALL RETURN BEYOND

TOP OF STAIRS 500.5

8" 2'-0"

SECTION LINE JOGS - SEE PLAN

WALL FOOTING SEE STRUCTURAL PLANS

FG 463.0

GLASS FRAME

GUTTER

FG 463.00

WEEP HOLES IN WALL AS PER STRL DRWGS

WALL BEYOND AT DRIVEWAY

LOWER DECK EDGE (STATIC WATER LEVEL) 500.14

WATER CHANNEL

STATIC WATER LEVEL

4" PERFORATED PIPE IN 12" DIAM GRAVEL BED WRAPPED IN SOIL FABRIC

TABLE W/ GAS FIRE STUB UP GAS

TOP LEVEL @ DECK 500.20

3'-0" SLOPED DECK

MECHANICAL ROOM 8R @ 7" EA.

STAIR LANDING LANDING AT MECH. ROOM 485.22

SLOPE BEYOND TW 474.00

WATERPROOFING (TYP.)

TW 508.0

DOOR JAMB

GAS BBQ STUB UP GAS

1/4" = 1'-0"

RETAINING WALL BEYOND FG 470.00

1/4" = 1'-0"

GLASS DOOR

WALL RETURN BEYOND

TW 506.0

SITE SECTION A - A - THROUGH STAIRS LOOKING WEST

TW 478.0

OP

SITE SECTION D - D - THROUGH STAIRS LOOKING EAST

TW 508.0

FACE OF HOUSE

485.8

OPEN TO POOL EQUIP ROOM PE SLO 2:1

PE

23'-8" DRIVEWAY (OUTSIDE GATE)

END OF WATER CHANNEL BEYOND

TW 485.53

484.0 E

SLO

13R @ 7" EA.

TW 510.0

3'-0" SLOPED DECK

8'-0" HIGH GARDEN WALL BEYOND

OPEN

OPEN FG

EL = 483.75 TOP OF POOL EQP SLAB

3:1 NOTE: SECTION CUT LINE JOGS AT BOTTOM LANDING

LANDING

4R @ 7" EA.

490.54 TW 490.8 FG 490.5 490.5

TW 486.0 FG 485.6

8R @ 7" EA. TYP.)

1/4" = 1'-0" (12" TREADS

500.45'

PROPOSED NEW RESIDENCE 2301 KIMRIDGE ROAD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90210

TOP OF ROOF 513.78

SLIDING

SLIDING DRIVEWAY ELEVATION AT GATE: 499.88

MANUAL HANDLE

FINISH FLOOR

498.25

498.12

3' GLASS RAILING

DOORS TO MECH ROOM

HANDRAIL

13R @ 7" EA. (12" TREADS TYP.)

TW 498.45

500.45'

500.50

FINISH FLOOR

PLANTING FG 498.17

SEE SECTION BELOW

TW 496.0

4R @ 7" EA.

500.45

DECK LEVEL BEYOND 500.20

FINISH GRADE (BEYOND) HANDRAIL

SLIDING

KEYPAD TOP OF CHANNEL BEYOND 500.41

TOP OF CHANNEL 500.41

WALL BEYOND TW 500.67

498.25

FINISH FLOOR

L-1.0 MARC A. WARE

STEVE MARTINO, FASLA, CALIFORNIA LICENSE #4383 1501 W. LAWRENCE LN. PHOENIX, AZ 85021 T. 602.957.6150 E. STEVE@STEVEMARTINO.NET

GATE

GATE - SELF LATCHING (POOL SPECS)

RESIDENCE BEYOND

DECK

WALL RETURN (BEYOND) FG 500

GARDEN WALL BEYOND STAIRS(10'-0" STREET SIDE)

OVERALL SITE PLAN AND RAINWATER COLLECTION PLAN

PROPERTY LINE

(4) OVER LAPPING GATE SECTIONS

17'-0" 3'-0" SPLASH ZONE

TYP

3/4" SLOPE

10'-0"

SEE SHEET A.6 (VERIFY) FOR ROOF PLAN SEE SHEET C-2 FOR GRADING PLAN

11' GLASS FENCE BEYOND

FACE OF GLASS

TW 508.0

GARDEN WALL (8'-0" STREET SIDE)

GRADE BEYOND

NTS SEE SHEET L-1.1 FOR LAYOUT PLAN

1'-2"

500.0

WISY SUBMURGABLE PUMP

9

7'-3"

7'-3"

TW 510.0

7'-10"

500.50

LANDING

13 1/2" = 1'-0"

1'-6"

2'

14

PRECAST CONCRETE HOLDING TANK

1'-10"

6'-8"

FINISH GRADE (BEYOND)

MAX WATER LEVEL

5 3

11

1'-6"

6'-8"

GARDEN WALL (10'-0" STREET SIDE)

10

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2'-8"

16

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GARAGE BEYOND

19 20

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WATER CHANNEL BEYOND

8

6

7

BOTTOM OF CHANNEL

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POOL SECURITY GATE

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HARDSCAPE LAYOUT PLAN

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CATCH BASIN

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L -1.0 Overall Site Plan -Rainwater Harvesting Plan L -1.1 Hardscape Layout Plan L -1.2 N-S Section Looking West L -1.3 N-S Sections Looking East L -1.4 E-W Section Looking North L -1.5 Hardscape Details - Pool Lighting Plan L -1.6 Hardscape Lighting Plan L -1.7 Underground Sleeve Plan L -2.0 Planting Plan L -2.1 Landscape Plan L -2.2 Irrigation Plan L -3.2 Irrigation Details

PRIVACY WALL

1/8" = 1' - 0"

BOSS & AGNEW ARCHITECTS

1" = 1'-0"

Sheet Index

SKIMMER BASIN

498.25

POP-UP DRAINAGE EMITTER

3. GATES SHALL ALL MEET POOL SPECS

MOTOR BEYOND

POOL GATE ELEVATION

1/4" LEACH HOLE SEWER & DRAIN PIPE CRUSHED STONE DRY WELL

SITE PLAN

WATER CHANNEL

VARIES

WISY RAINWATER FILTER

1. MECHANICAL ROOM IS BELOW DECK

LIGHT FIXTURE

T.C. 500.75

SITE PLAN

COMPACTED TOPSOIL

STACKED SLIDING GATE WALL BEYOND

505.5 CENTER LINE ALIGN LIGHT FIXTURE

HOUSE

SKIMMER

NDS 1/4 BEND SEWER DRAIN ELBOW.

FILTERED RAINWATER TO HOLDING TANK

UNFILTERED RAINWATER TO CATCH BASIN

4. SEE IRRIGATION PLAN FOR SWITCHING

SLIDING GATE (HALF OPEN)

4'

RECESS WALL FOR TILE

NDS POLYOLEFIN POP-UP DRAINAGE EMITTER WITH U.V. INHIBITOR.

30. PRECAST CONCRETE HOLDING TANK - 2,000 GALLON CAPACITY

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NOTES

6"x6"x1/4" STEEL POST TO CATCH GATE

4 SELF CLOSING SPRING 'BARREL' HINGES

RAINWATER IN FROM ROOF

29. IRRIGATION MAINLINE

11

WATER METER

1/16" = 1'-0"

19. J.BOX FOR IRRIGATION PUMP

30

3

1

LANDSCAPE DEMO PLAN

18. NDS POP UP DRAINAGE EMITTER

9

8

2/7

SELF CLOSING & LOCKING LOCKSET (POOL SPECS)

L-1.6

LANDSCAPE LIGHTING PLAN

1

/ LI

EXISTING GRADE

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27

11'-6"

PR

FG 463.0

10 11 12

27

T.W. 510 ALIGN GATE

WEEP HOLES IN WALL AS PER STRL DRWGS

RAINWATER COLLECTION SYSTEM

K

OR

SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

TW 478.0

E

2/06/2012 BOSS & AGNEW ARCHITECTS

11'-4"

W

TRASH ENCLOSURE WITH SLIDING GATE ELEVATION

FG 477.6

STAIRS TO MECHANCAL ROOM AND POOL EQUIPMENT

OF

LIGHT FIXTURE

MOTOR BEYOND

TW 486.0 FG 485.6

SEE STRUCTURAL FOR FOOTING

26

18'-0"

STACKED SLIDING GATE WALL BEYOND

6'-8"

HANDRAIL

8R @ 7" EA. (12" TREADS TYP.)

POOL GATE 8'

10'-0"

TW 492.0 FG 491.6

TRANSFORMER

SLIDING GATE (HALF OPEN)

4'

505.5 CENTER LINE ALIGN LIGHT FIXTURE

TW 496.0

WALL & STAIRS LIGHTING ELEVATION

CMU SCREEN WALL @TRASH CAN ENCLOSURE

8' WALL @ PROPERTY

WALL RETURN (BEYOND)

FINISH GRADE (BEYOND)

13R @ 7" EA. (12" TREADS TYP.)

PATH LIGHT

8" 8"

TYP

COMMENTS

DRIVEWAY CURB

+

10'-8"

6"x6"x1/4" STEEL POST TO CATCH GATE

TW 508.0

LIGHT FIXTURE

WALL BEYOND TW 500.67

FG 500

5'-6"

MATERIAL

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FG 498.60

PLANTING 6" CONCRETE LANDSCAPE CURB

TC 499.95

BULB

7'-3"

7'-3"

GARDEN WALL (8'-0" STREET SIDE)

HANDRAIL

6. MANHOLE - ACCESS TO HOLDING TANK

SLEEVE (TYP.)

TC 499.98

2'

TW 510.0

GRADE BEYOND

WATERPROOFING (TYP.)

CONCRETE

CONCRETE

TC 500.10

MANUFACTURER

WALL MOUNTED DOWN LIGHT

6" DRAIN LINE UNDER SLAB

2'

TILE

++

+

6'-8"

FINISH GRADE (BEYOND)

500.0 498.25

4R @ 7" EA.

MOTOR

PROPERTY LINE

FG 499.83

6'-8"

GARDEN WALL (10'-0" STREET SIDE)

CENTER LINE 505.95 ALIGN FIXTURES

+

INSIDE STAIR WALL

CRUSHED ROCK PATH

FG 500.0

2'-8"

POOL SECURITY GATE

500.50

QTY

SCALE 1/4" = 1'-0"

1/8" = 1'-0"

18. ALL 12 VOLT FIXTURES MUST BE PROVIDED A MINIMUM OF 10.5 VOLTS PER MANUFACTURE'S SPECIFICATIONS.

4'-8"

499.7 FG 499.75

+

18. PROVIDE DIMMERS AS NOTED

POOL GATE ELEVATION

4" PERFORATED PIPE IN 12" DIAM GRAVEL BED WRAPPED IN SOIL FABRIC

2'

6'-0"

10'

F

CALL BOX

SITE LIGHTING PLAN

17. USE WATER TIGHT SPLICE CONNECTORS (TYPICAL).

GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET: 1/8" = 1'-0"

FG 499.88

CONCRETE

FG 499.88

WATER CHANNEL

SLIDING GATE TILE

+

HOUSE

SKIMMER

LANDSCAPE SPOT LIGHT

0

4'

4'

8"

+

FG 500.10

17'-4" 19'-6"

TW 486.0

+500.50 +

+

SETBACK LINE

3'-9"

498.25+ TC 500.75 CURB

TW 508 8' HIGH WALL (STREET SIDE)

FG 495.6

TW 482.0

ALIGN

+498.12 1% TW 510 10' HIGH WALL (STREET SIDE)

+

FG 500.54

+

8R@7"EA. FG 500.60 TW 500.60

GATE

FURNISH AND INSTALL THE FOLLOWING 120 / 12 VOLT WEATHERPROOF LIGHTING TRANSFORMERS (FX OR EQUAL WITH 10 YEAR WARRANTY). ALL 12 VOLT WIRING SHALL HAVE SECONDARY OVER CURRENT PROTECTION.

WALL MOUNTED SURFACE LIGHT

8' HIGH GARDEN WALL

9'-6"

+

490.54+ +FG 490.3 1% TW 490.8 +490.5

F

PLANTING

4 R @7"EA. STAIRS

+ 485.22 + 485.8 485.8 +

FG 496.0

+ 20'

12'

34'-6"

FG 485.6

+ TW 498.45 13 R @7"EA.

PROVIDE TWO SPARE LAMPS OF EACH TYPE USED ON THE PROJECT.

MODEL

505.9 FIXTURE CENTER LINE RECESS WALL FOR TILE

SKIMMER BASIN

498.25

16. MAXIMUM LIGHTS PER HOME RUN TO TRANSFORMER IS 13 FOR 4 WATT MR6 ON 250' OF WIRE ON 14 VOLT TAP.

8'-0"

14'-8"

39' 24'

FACE OF GARAGE

STEEL POST

CONCRETE

F

F

LIGHT FIXTURE

T.C. 500.75

15. PROVIDE POWER TO TRANSFORMER & LED DRIVER LOCATIONS.

9.

4 SELF CLOSING SPRING 'BARREL' HINGES 11'-6" TALL PAINTED STEEL GATE

SELF CLOSING & LOCKING LOCKSET (POOL SPECS)

14. CONTRACTOR WILL PROVIDE LABOR FOR NIGHT TIME LIGHT AIMING SESSION WITH OWNER AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT.

8.

24'

FACE OF HOUSE TW 500.41 TOP OF CHANNEL

+498.66 BOTTOM OF POOL

T.W. 510 ALIGN GATE

13. INSTALL NEW LOW VOLTAGE WIRING IN CONDUIT OR BURIED 12" DEEP. PROVIDE 6'-0" COIL OF WIRE BURIED AT EACH FIXTURE FOR FIELD ADJUSTMENT.

SUBSTITUTIONS FOR ANY OF THE LIGHTING EQUIPMENT SHOWN ON THIS DRAWING WILL NOT BE ALLOWED WITHOUT THE PRIOR WRITTEN APPROVAL OF THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT AND OWNER.

6'-8" CMU WALL

SKIMMER (TYP.)

TW 500.12

+

4'-8"

SECTION LINE JOGS

FG 491.6

+

8"

12. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE UNIT PRICES FOR ALL FIXTURE AND TRANSFORMER TYPES AND CONDUIT / WIRE RUNS, JUNCTION BOXES, WITH BID FOR ADD-DELETION PURPOSES.

ALIGN FACE OF WALLS

9'-4"

1/8" = 1' - 0"

4'-4"

ALIGN WITH INSIDE FACE OF STAIR WALL

L-1.3

TW 486.0 1R@7"EA.

8"

D

L-1.2

TW 492.0

THE ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR SHALL COORDINATE THE INSTALLATION OF ALL LIGHTING EQUIPMENT WITH THE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN.

2'

8"

FG 477.6

ACRYLIC DAM

TW 500.41

7'

3'-9"

+

5'-0"

A

POOL DECK PLAN

EL 485.11 DRAIN TO SUMP

POOL SECURITY FENCE ON WALL

24'

PROVIDE PRIMARY AND SECONDARY OVER CURRENT PROTECTION FOR ALL 12 VOLT TRANSFORMERS.

6.

SLEEVE

TILE

49'-0" WALL @ 10' HIGH

POOL CHANNEL WALL BELOW

485.19 (THRESHOLD) + PLANTING (ABOVE)

6'-8"

FACE OF PLANTER WALL 15'

500.41 TOP OF POOL WALL

11'-2"

TW 474.0 TW 478.0

ALIGN

TY LINE

500.41 TOP OF CHANNEL

5.

FIXTURE

TRASH ENCLOSURE WITH SLIDING GATE

10'

PLANTING

18'-0"

+

SLEEVES FOR IRRIGATION AND LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING (2) 1-1/2" WITH SWEEP ELLS.

ROOF OPENING

PROPER

ACRYLIC DAM

PLANTING

LIGHTING FIXTURE STAKING SHALL BE APPROVED BY LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.

CONCRETE

11'-0" TALL GLASS FENCE

464 GB

8"

7'-3"

500.14

FACE OF HOUSE

TW 500.41

ALIGN WITH FACE OF HOUSE

/ LIMIT

GAS STUB 500.20

5'

OF WOR

K

11'-3"

500.37

11'-0" GLASS POOL GATE SELF LATCHING 1/4" SLOPE ON TILE 500.35 SLOT IN TILE JOINT TO DRAIN WATER TO LANDSCAPE

DYNAMIC WATER LEVEL 500.16

EDGE OF FLOOR

+

8'

4.

8'

SLOPE

TOP OF FIN FLR.

500.37

11. CONTRACTOR SHALL PROVIDE ALL EQUIPMENT AND ACCESSORIES TO PROVIDE A COMPLETE INSTALLATION AS PART OF HIS SCOPE OF WORK.

ALL 12 VOLT WIRING SHALL BE 12/2 STRANDED COPPER EQUAL TO NIGHTSCAPING #12-2 AWM EXCEPT AS OTHERWISE NOTED.

7'-4"

BRIDGE

EL = 500.45'

CANTILEVER OVER PATIO

500.37

+

RESIDENCE

MECHANICAL ROOM WALL BELOW

54'-0"

54'

MECH. RM.

SWITCHING

10. MAXIMUM SIZE FUSE TO BE 20 AMP. COORDINATE PLACEMENT OF THESE DEVICES WITH THE OWNER PRIOR TO ROUGH-IN.

ALL WIRING SHALL BE COPPER.

LANDING

WORK

POOL EQ. RM.

4"

SLEEVE

18"

SEE CIVIL SHEET C2 FOR GRADES

MODEL

W.P. SWITCH

LANDSCAPE + LOW VOLTAGE FIXTURES + WALL LIGHT @ 120V (ALL 12V FIXTURES MUST BE PROVIDE A MINIMUM OF 10.5 VOLTS)

IT OF

3/4" SLOPE

EL = 485.27'

ALL WORK SHALL BE PERFORMED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LATEST EDITION OF THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE AND ALL APPLICABLE LOCAL CODES AND ORDINANCES.

2.

E / LIM

TILE

500.41

UNDERWATER POOL BENCH

SPA

OVERHANG

F

TY LIN

36'

TW 500.41

4'-6" ROOF OVERHANG

+

EL = 483.75'

WATTS

D1

3.

7.

PROPER

SWIMMING POOL

DETACHED GARAGE

EDGE OF FLOOR POOL CHANNEL WALL BELOW

EL = 500.45 TOP OF FIN. FLR.

FG 500.20 DECK

1.

CONCRETE SLAB

F

PLANTER

TW 486.75

SPLASH ZONE

FG 500.14

F

.

8' WATER CHANNEL

CANTILEVER OVER PATIO

DECK LEVEL

3'-0"

GARAGE 8'-4"

FACE OF GLASS

+

INFINITY EDGE POOL SEE POOL PLANS

9'

2' CANTILEVER

ROOF OPENING

+ +

COLUMN BELOW POOL

+498.66 BOTTOM OF POOL

2'

ACRYLIC DAM

6'-0"

VOID UNDER POOL

14'-0"

SEE SHEET # SP-1.0 FOR POOL INTERIOR

DRIVER

PLANTING

LIGHTING NOTES

4"

SETBACK LINE

3'-10"

L-1.3

POOL CHANNEL WALL BELOW

SWITCHING TO LIGHTING SYSTEM

D3

PROPERTY LINE

F

TW 500.12

C

ROOF LINE

DECK ABOVE

MODEL

DRIVEWAY

D2

+

+

4'

CATCHMENT BASIN

POLIFORM KITCHEN

1/8" = 1'-0"

+

TW 500.41

+

TS 485.25 3R @ 6" EA. BS 483.75

CANTILEVER OVER PATIO

9'

TW 500.41

RAILING

FACE OF GLASS

WATTS

T1 T2

ACRYLIC DAM

PLANTING

8'-0" GARDEN WALL

SKIMMER (TYP.)

+ TW 500.33

+ POOL ABOVE

TW 474.0

7'-7"

TRANSFORMER DINING

SPA

POOL DECK LIGHTING PLAN

8"

STAIRS

TRANSFORMER "FX" OR AS NOTED

TABLE 4'0" X 9'0"

LED DRIVERS "BEGA" OR EQUAL

TW 508.0

4'

9' 3'-4" 7'-4"

PLANTER COLUMN

GAS STUB

COLUMN BELOW POOL

BRIDGE FOOTING IF TREE ROOTS ARE ENCOUNTERED - SEE LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT FOR DETAIL

TW 508.0

PROPERTY LINE / LIMIT OF WORK

PLANTING (ABOVE)

= FIXTURE CENTER IS LOCATED +12" ABOVE PAVING

RESIDENCE

LIVING AREA

D4

3'

TW 506.0

TW 486.0

A +12"

DIM = DIMMER

MECHANICAL ROOM

INFINITY EDGE POOL SEE POOL PLANS

+ + + TW 500.41

FACE OF POOL CANTILEVER

TW 478.0

SHWR

5'-6" x 3'-6"

POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM

A = LINKED LIGHT FIXTURES

A

21.5' LINEAL FEET

LIVING AREA

4'

3'

FACE OF COLUMN TW 472.0

DECK

POWDER

POLIFORM CLOSET ART

3'-0"

8"

ALIGN

8"

1'-4"

2'-8" 4'-0"

2'-8" 9'

PLANTING

POOL SWIMMING POOL

10'-6"

6'

3'

TW 504.0 TW 502.0

5'

PLANTING

8"

6'-8"

FACE OF HOUSE

7'-4"

PLANTER IN POOL

3'-4"

5'

7'-6"

SEE SHEET # SP-1.0 FOR POOL INTERIOR

18'

4'-6"

COLUMN BELOW POOL

+

COLUMN BELOW POOL

10'-0"

9'-0"

42'-0"

CLEAR

24'-0"

21.5' LINEAL FEET ART

GAS STUB

FACE OF MECH. ROOM

OUTSIDE FACE OF POOL STRUCTURE

3'-0"

1'-4" 9'-0"

48'-0" NEW 1 STORY RESIDENCE 6'-0"

18'-0"

3'-8"

PLANTER ABOVE 9'-6"

ALIGN FURNITURE WITH PLANTER (TYP.)

35'-8" POOL STRUCTURE / PATIO

4'-6"

8"

18'-0"

12'-6"

ALIGN

3'-0"

15'

17'-0" PATIO

9'-6"

ALIGN

16'-0" POOL STRUCTURE 3'-6"

HOUSE

2'-8"

SLEEPING AREA

POLIFORM CLOSET

LAV

SLEEPING POOL CHANNEL AREA WALL BELOW

138'-8"

WC

CATCHMENT BASIN

35'-8"

TOP OF STAIRS BEYOND 490.5 TOP OF CURB 485.53

BOTTOM OF STAIRS 485.8

WALK BEYOND 485.22 FG 481.0

COLUMN (PLANTER ABOVE)

SKIMMER SECTION @ WATER CHANNEL SKIMMER SECTION AT WATER CHANNEL

RETAINING WALL

SCALE 1" = 1'-0"

FG 470.0

SECTION B - B - THROUGH DECK LOOKING WEST

SEE STRUCTURAL FOR FOOTING

SITE SECTION J - J - THROUGH POOL EQUIPMENT ROOM LOOKING NORTH

1/2" = 1'-0"

FG 463.0 EXISTING GRADE

N-S SECTIONS LOOKING EAST

DRAWING DATE 2/23/2012

BOSS & AGNEW ARCHITECTS

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STEVE MARTINO & ASSOCIATES

STEVE MARTINO, FASLA, CALIFORNIA LICENSE #4383 1501 W. LAWRENCE LN. PHOENIX, AZ 85021 T. 602.957.6150 E. STEVE@STEVEMARTINO.NET

L-1.3 MARC A. WARE

PROPOSED NEW RESIDENCE 2301 KIMRIDGE ROAD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90210

N-S SECTIONS LOOKING WEST

DRAWING DATE 2/23/2012 BOSS & AGNEW ARCHITECTS

DON BOSS, A.I.A., CALIFORNIA LICENSE #C-7182 320 FIRST AVENUE NORTH, #200, KETCHUM, IDAHO 83340 T. 208.725.0222 F. 208.725.0333 E. DON@BOSSAGNEWARCHITECTS.COM

STEVE MARTINO & ASSOCIATES

STEVE MARTINO, FASLA, CALIFORNIA LICENSE #4383 1501 W. LAWRENCE LN. PHOENIX, AZ 85021 T. 602.957.6150 E. STEVE@STEVEMARTINO.NET

L-1.2 MARC A. WARE

PROPOSED NEW RESIDENCE 2301 KIMRIDGE ROAD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90210

GRAPHIC SCALE IN FEET: 1/4" = 1'-0"

E-W SECTIONS LOOKING NORTH

DRAWING DATE 3/5/2012

BOSS & AGNEW ARCHITECTS

DON BOSS, A.I.A., CALIFORNIA LICENSE #C-7182 320 FIRST AVENUE NORTH, #200, KETCHUM, IDAHO 83340 T. 208.725.0222 F. 208.725.0333 E. DON@BOSSAGNEWARCHITECTS.COM

STEVE MARTINO & ASSOCIATES

STEVE MARTINO, FASLA, CALIFORNIA LICENSE #4383 1501 W. LAWRENCE LN. PHOENIX, AZ 85021 T. 602.957.6150 E. STEVE@STEVEMARTINO.NET

L-1.4

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PROPOSED NEW RESIDENCE 2301 KIMRIDGE ROAD LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 90210


manicured missions S

anta Barbara, California has a style and class that is completely unique; one that is so defined and historic that the city takes immense pride and effort to uphold. This client purchased the four highest posted real estates in 5 years in Santa Barbara, and three were located directly next to one another. The projects were a constant cycle of design, redesign, and construction - from one property to the next. However, these were very unique in that the city had such stringent requirements on what could and could not be done to each site. Another property that they owned was a high school that was located directly next to the Santa Barbara Mission. Work on the High School required multiple submissions and approvals through the city - each of which requiring public meetings and acceptance. But the finished product of each project was ultimately benefitted from such strict design requirements.

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