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JUNFENG HONG

PORTFOLIO

ARCHITECTURE 2009-2016

洪俊峰 2009-2016 作品集



resume 01 Working Experience

3D Printer House, Hollywood Hotel, Interlocking Chairs Design

02 Double Circulation

Film Cultrual Park

03 The Mountians

Urban complex design

04 Yang Shu pu Electric power plant rdevelopment 05 Hyperloop Station Design

Factory building reconstruction

Future transportation station design

06 other Works + Arts


JUNFENG HONG Adress Website E-mail Tel

3450 Sawtelle Blvd. Apt.259 Los Angeles, CA 90066 junfenghong.com junfengarch@gmail.com +1 (424) 343 4428

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2011

2014

2015 - 2016

Hubei Tianmen City Urban Planning Administration Intern Responsibilities: Work in a team on a park planning project, Help drawing site plan in CAD. Shanghai Xian Dai Architecture Design Group Historic Building Conservation Institute Intern Responsibilities: Modeling, Checking regulatory requirements, Field measurement, Provide design ideas. M-Rad Architecture Project Designer Responsibilities: Architectural project design, developing solutions to technical and design problems following established standards. 3D model in Rhino and Revit, Prepares 2D and 3D presentation/ design drawings. Compiles data and performs elementary design computations.


EDUCATION 2014 - 2015

University of California, Los Angeles Master of Architecture II Suprastudio

2009 - 2014

Wuhan University of Technology, Wuhan Bachelor of Architecture

CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT 2009 - 2011

College News Association Vice department director Responsibilities: Find news in college, then write articles about it.Photography when needed.

SKILLS SUMMARY SOFTWARE

Revit, Rhino, Grasshopper, Maya, AutoCAD, Sketchup, Vray, Keyshot, Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign, Premiere, After Effects and Microsoft office.

SKILLS

Professional drawings, Architectural animation, Concept Diagrams, Renderings, 3D model and Physic Model.

LANGUAGES

Mandarin, English.



description The project is a private villa design located in Malibu, the client is working in 3D printing related work. According to the customer's intention, we are trying to us concrete 3D printing as the main building material, and both shape and function should meet the needs of successful people in high-tech industry.

3dprint house Company: M-Rad Architcture Date: 2015/08/01-2016/02/01 Team Work

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TYPICAL BRICK CONSTRUCTION

Layering

INVERTED ARCH

Compression Physics

TYPICAL CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

Reinforced Strength

CATENARY PRINCIPLE

Minimal Surface Reduced Bending

ARCH CONSTRUCTION

Longspan Space

NEW CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION

Radial Wall Reduction in cost

3D PRINTED CONCRETE

3D Print concrete generation

The greatest feature of this project is the construction method. Different from conventional concrete construction, 3d print undoubtedly have a very big advantage on the curved surface generation. After analyzing the traditional curved surface construction methods, we made a further step on the existing

forms. Not only making use of the advantages of 3d printing, but also keep it similar to the traditional architectural forms, so that people will not fell unacceptable.


EXPANDING SITE CONDITION

CALIFORNIA STYLE

BETTER WAY OF LIVING FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW

The layout of the building mainly based on the terrain, and expanded along both side of the road. According to the needs of the owners, these palaces are divided into two main functional areas: Living and working. Then, we

combined classic California case study architecture spaces with our curved form, to make this building functions in the traditional way.


This design starts from combining with the terrain, taking two floors along the hill, and expansing around the middle of the road. The roof was raised to eliminate the feeling of heavy concrete. On the post-processing of the rendering, thinking about that the new material maight be difficult to accept by some customers, we made it like nostalgic style renderings.

This design starts from combining with the terrain, taking two floors along the hill, and expansing around the middle of the road. The roof was raised to eliminate the feeling of heavy concrete. On the post-processing of the rendering, thinking about that the new material maight be difficult to accept by some customers, we made it like nostalgic style renderings.



I am responsible for the form design, functional layout, 3D modeling and rendering in this project. This design starts from combining with the terrain, taking two floors along the hill, and expansing around the middle of the road. The roof was raised to eliminate the feeling of heavy concrete. On the post-processing of the rendering, thinking about that the new material maight be difficult to accept by some customers, we made it like nostalgic style renderings.

I am responsible for the form design, functional layout, 3D modeling and rendering in this project. This design starts from combining with the terrain, taking two floors along the hill, and expansing around the middle of the road. The roof was raised to eliminate the feeling of heavy concrete. On the post-processing of the rendering, thinking about that the new material maight be difficult to accept by some customers, we made it like nostalgic style renderings.


I am responsible for the form design, functional layout, 3D modeling and rendering in this project. This design starts from combining with the terrain, taking two floors along the hill, and expansing around the middle of the road. The roof was raised to eliminate the feeling of heavy concrete. On the post-processing of the rendering, thinking about that the new material maight be difficult to accept by some customers, we made it like nostalgic style renderings.



Introduction With the development of the portable devices and the network, people tend to prefer watching movies whenever and wherever possible. Compared to watch the film in the cinema, independent show began to pop up. As designing the Film cultural industry park, we should encourage the new froms, giving the the people who brings film industry with new vitality more help. Therefore, places for independent film show were added in this design and the leisure place also provides a display of movie. Rapid adoption and leisure places were combined to create a business atmosphere. Different places in order to better interpret the functional requirements of the industrial park.

Film Cultrual Industry park Design Double Circulation Project type: Architecture Design Location: Luoshi Road, Wuhan, China Tutor: Wang Fatang, Wuhan University of Tech. Junior, Solo work Date: 2011/11/01-2012/01/01

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Commercial

Residential

Residential

Residential

Campus

The site is located in the Jiedaokou business center, with Wuhan University campus on the south and facing Xiongchu Avenue on the west. Accroding to the building orientation sequence, the site happened to be right in theintersection of the mechanism of north and south. This two direction formed an angle about 30 degrees. Consequently, this design attempts to form a combination of these two mechanisms unite so that the conflict can be resolved. On the other hand, the openning of the site is located in the middle of the street, which breaks a continuous sequence of commercial

atmosphere. Meanwhile, according to the mission statement, the average storey of the industrial park is 1-2 floors, which will be far lower than the story of the surrounding buildings. Thus, in this design, the industrial park entrance is designed as a relaxation area, so that people from continuous business activities can spun off temporarily, and relieve their fatigue.


Screen Commercial

Seats

Dark room

Traditional theater

Screen

Dark room Seats

Independent Film Display Component

Traditional cinema consists of three parts: The screen, the seats and a dark room. In the design of IIndependent Film Display Component, these three parts are redefined with architectural language and simplied into single elements.

We provide a lot of independent space for independent film makers. They are Interspersed inside the commercial area. Creating a film culture atmosphere in these business areas. Also providing opportunities for their own businesses.


Shop

property management Restaurant

Parking

Sunken Plaza


Green Space

Shop

Office Building

Theater

COURT YARD

Projection Room


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Display

Bearing wall

A screen in the bottom of the platform, whith Draws on the form of WTO-day class, although they can not do for a long time watching, but can be used to draw attention to the people through it, giving opportunity to the propaganda of films and creating atmosphere. Pedestal design provides seat matching with the screen.

Seat

The construction of platform creating different space between bulidings. Continuous transformation of the spatial sequence echoes the film's characteristics. Control the relationship between the independent screenings and commercial regions by varying degrees of blocking.


A variety of activities that occur under the platform

Show

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Watch shop

Wait communicate


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The middle of the square as the underground garage entrances, underground garage in order to open the closed environment, while creating a more convenient passage way.

It is a pocket park in the daytime. Break in continuous street facade commercial layout, with a green image to attract people to stay. In the evening it acted as a autonomous screening place, also works for attractive people.


Independent Film Display Components in commercial area.



Introduction This is a design of a large commercial and residential complex located between the Green hill in the campus and Main Street of the city. For its unique geographical environment, the design seeks to use ramps and indented green platform to extend the Greenland to the inside of the building, and further spread to the city environment. The complex is formed by two towers, which appeared like two "mountains". Two towers were placed with the function of hotel rooms and offices. Podium set up shopping malls, convention centers and public recreation space. Interpenetration between these spaces and links, not only conducive to the communication, but also help for the fire evacuation.

Urban complex design The Mountians

Task: Architecture Design Location: Xiongchu Avenue, Wuhan, China Tutor: Liu Wei, Wuhan University of Tech. Senior, Solo work Date: 2013/09/01-2013/11/01

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Base located at the crossroads of the city center area. On it's back there is the green mountain of the campus, and all of other directions are in the busy city atmosphere. In this design, I hope to have all the function of an urban complex, at the same time, I want to introduce the green mountain environment into the building. So that people can relieve their stress in the stressful city life. Which also providing a better environment for offices and accommodations. The functional requirements of the building is mainly divided into three parts: hotel, conference center and business district.


Green communication platform A r i s e a n d g r e e n i n g t h e n o i s y 1 s t f l o o r, u s e i t a s a communication platform. which can provide additional space for outdoor meeting area.

The building is located between the city's main street and green spaces in the school, then how to use the good green landscape, also to prevent contamination of the city into the green environment? This is the most important issue in the design.

Extend

The green hill in the south suggest to the meaning of "mountains". Extend the mountain range, we get two peaks, and then cut it with the control line of the site, there is the volume modeling of the building. Control the curve of the "mountain" to open the "valley" toward the green campus, steep "cliff" facing the city streets, in order to get the sight of good green landscape, and also to prevent the contamination of the city into the green environment.

The Building contains complex functional form, divided into two parts, academic and commercial, on the whole. Requirements based on the mission statement, its specific distribution is as follows:


Second entrance of Convention Center

Light Well

Green Platforms

The hotel entrance

Conference Center Entrance


Cut-through Passage

Cut-through Passage


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use plants to cut off the sight In the area facing the campus buildings, plants for soft partition. The purpose of the meeting is to strengthen the region's privacy without destroying the continuity of green.

roof Garden The roof garden is scattered distribution on each plane of the building is one of the features of this design. The purpose is to allow the people of each region can be exposed to green areas in order to achieve maximum results. Way of the roof construction is shown below.





Introduction Throughout its history, the Yang Shu Pu Electric Power Plant has provided power services, which have been vital to the economic growth and success of the City of Shanghai. Today, according to the requirements of owners, it is prepared to be transformed into a Creative Industry Park. The 213 Mu power plant site, will now become a strategic showcase of sustainable development through re-purposing and responsible use of the land along the shores of Shanghai Huang Pu River. This is one of the projects I have participated in when working as an assistant architect. In this project, DLR Group provided the upper plan and our company charges a specific part of the design. What I am doing is historic building data measurement and modeling, design of the commercial Street and Tower Feasibility Study.

Internship project Yang Shu Pu Electric Power Plant Redevelopment Project: Architecture Renovation Design Location: Yangshupu, Shanghai, China Tutor: Hua Ke, Shanghai Xian Dai Design Group Internship work Date: 2013/07/01-2012/08/20

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Historical Development

Wu Jiao Chang Commercial district

Fu Xing Dao Commercial district

International Fashion Center

Site Riverside Industrial Park Ren Lian Lu Commercial district

Intellectual Property Park Riverside Technology Office Area Oriental Fisherman's Wharf Museology leisure area

From 1929 onwards, Yangshupu power station has made tremendous contributions on the development of Shanghai. For a long period of time, its power generation capacity was most great in China, and also a leader in the world. During nearly a hundred years of time, Yangshupu power stations witnessed China's development, and in a series of major historical events it also played an important role: once was occupied by Japan, after the liberation it was part destroyed by Taiwan as their primary target, and so on ... Today, due to energy reform Yangshupu gradually fade into history, but his humanistic values ​​did not disappear. Therefore, in Yangshupu

plant transformation is not just keep the building materials, and more importantly, as a continuation of history exist. So, in this project, what matters is how to continue its humanistic spirit.


overall plan

The key master planning criteria is to integrate the redevelopment with the current municipal plan for vehicular traffic circulation through the Yang Pu neighborhood. • The proposed ingress and egress are strategically placed to link with the City roads from the north (Gui Yang Road) and the west (An Pu Road). • The placement of 4 development zones compliments the expected flow of vehicular and pedestrian traffic to and from the site to facilitates the best use of land in its urban context - between the traffic along the Yang Pu Road and the the Huang Pu River. • The internal vehicular roadway is bent and curved at the two ingress points to mediate drive-through traffic that may adversely impact the safety and cohesiveness of the overall development. • The proposal satisfies the criteria estanblished by city planners – by integrating the adjacent roadways with the redevelopment site.

Base stations located within Yang Shu Pu Electric Power Plant , under the East Bund Riverside development area, south of the Huangpu River, the east side has been built Shanghai International Fashion Center, its future commercial development has an important influence on the base, north of the old-fashioned way multilayer Yang Shu Pu living space. The site occupies an area of ​​141,984.00 square meters, the area along the quay length of about 320 meters. It also has a moderate distance to the nearby bussiness district, and just within the Industrial Park Development Zone along the sequence.


Steam room

Switch Room

Substation building

Pumping Station

The large chimney

Team Design Area Entrance of the Park: 1. Steam room, Shanghai outstanding historic buildings, Yangpu District, cultural relics protection units. Protection class: 4 2. Switch Room 3.Substation building,Shanghai outstanding historic buildings, Yangpu District, cultural relics protection units. Protection class: 4 4. Pumping Station, Shanghai outstanding historic buildings, Yangpu District, cultural relics protection units. Protection class: 4 5. The large chimney

Main Task: As the area closest to the east industrial park, the most important task of buildings in our design range is to use its geographic adventage to attract the consumers, in order to achieve business goals.


Function zoning arrangement


Commercial street facade design Design of the entrance commercial faรงade is part of my work, the most important part of the renovation is to coordination with the original building and also be attractive. For different commercial form, I have made different projects: The first projects applies for boutique commercial facades, windows using Mondrian-style split and the leading to the museum entrance is guiding by a promenade. The second projects is for open commercial facades, windows using regular segmentation, and the leading to the museum entrance marked with arches.


Sightseeing Tower Design Sightseeing Tower is the symbol of the entire complex. It made use of the excellent location and rugged old structure of the chimney. However, the inner space of the tower space cannot meet the demand of the traffic. So the traffic space was put outside of the tower to become part of the tourism system.

Lightning rod Sightseeing Platform

Emergency Staircase

Panoramic Lift

The Chimney

Entrance


In order to meet the functional requirements as power stations, three sections of buildings are closed to each other, resulting in a lighting problem. To solve this problem, we stretch parts of the buildings on either side to the intermediate, so that these building will be opened for light. At the same time, the effective use of the high-level space of the large-span factory can creat a unique visual effect.

In the remodeling of historic buildings, you can "repair as the old", which means completely restored to its historical appearance, or you can create a comprehensive type, make it as a new building. However, the former is too conservative, the old form is unable to meet existing needs; the latter are too radical, the new building will lack history interdependence and become a "rootless tree".

The program will open the center of the building, effectively improve the lighting area, while the entire complex as a clearinghouse: Young plant in the business district and adjacent to the business district and flow in the intersection here, the project in the various functional areas of abortion in this at the intersection. This will be dispersed throughout the base of each function together. When functional arrangement, considering the spatial shape of each region, in order to adapt the business model arrangements,

pay attention to the size of the space combined.




Interior Reconstruction Analysis:

Trying to retain some of the existing plant large space, but the space is too monotonous, lack of business climate, and space utilization is too low. Therefore, the original steam turbine platform to be deformed to break

the traditional triangular elements for restructuring, in the formation of a rich interior space, but will be used to plant the interior space to the maximum extent.



The facade of the building have a historic beauty, so we retained most of the facade as the original form. But the problem is that it's no so attractive as a commercial building. Therefore, part of the facade is covered with glasses, breaking the monotony sequence of the original atmosphere. In addition, the construction of pipelines and other external components have an industrial feelling, so we keep all of them.



Introduction Hyperloop is a unique transportation technology based on centuries-old pneumatic tube principles. This is my work in the spring quarter. In this quarter, our mian task is to design proposals for the Hyperloop System. By extacting program data from the previous quarters, we are trying to create architecturally significant designs for the complex as a whole. In our scenario, based on geographic location and urban development form the base of the analysis, with emphasis on promoting the role of the station for regional economic development. Meanwhile hyperloop as a new means of transport, their usage requirements of the building in the form of the existing building will be very different form. Therefore, in this design, trying to find the best match of this architectural form of transportation, but it and passenger activities closely together.

poD+

Hyperloop Station Design Task: Future transportation station design Location: Boyle Heights, LA, USA Tutor: Graig Hoogetts, Marta Nowak, David Ross Team member:Yafei Zhang March II, Team Work Date: 2015/04/01-2015/06/20

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STATION DESIGN CAPSULE PART CARTAGE IN AND OUT

STATION DESIGN CAPSULE PART CARTAGE IN AND OUT

SmartScreen

DEPARTURE Cartage comes into the outer shell

DEPARTURE Cartage comes into the outer shell

ARRIVAL Cartage comes out of the outer shell

ARRIVAL Cartage comes out of the outer shell

OUTBOUND Cartage separates to three parts

OUTBOUND Cartage separates to three parts

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STATION DESIGN CAPSULE PART CARTAGE IN AND OUT

Engine cover

TURBINE EXPLOSIVE VIEW

Rotating axis

Blades

Capusule outer shell DEPARTURE Cartage comes into the outer shell

ARRIVAL Cartage comes out of the outer shell

OUTBOUND Cartage separates to three parts

Motor shell


BACKGROUND INFORMATION

POD

Screen

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Storage

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Before the group design, we chose cartraige as the way of boarding. In this manner, campusle consists of two parts: the shell and independence seat(which we called POD). In hyperloop workflow, after arriving, shell always remain in the vacuum environment. Independent seats send passengers to the platform. Subsequently, after the departure passengers boarded on independent seat, they returned to the shell, and then campusle departures. In the subsequent station design, we want to take advantage of this feature. In this scenario, we have seen some merit of the independent seats: After dispersed, the seats require a smaller turning radius; the passengers can aboard more freely. Meanwhile, the seats can send different passenger to different places.

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

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The figure above shows the flow inside the station. In last semester's design, we try to design the station into a most compact form, because the station is located near the center city. Therefore, in this semester, compared to other groups, our Hyperloop system only need to take up a small area of the entire site. So how to use the rest area? We want to make the station to meet the transportation requirements, at the same time, utilization the characteristics of the station, to solve some local problems. When analysising of the site, we learned that the base located between downtown LA and Boyle Heights. Interestingly, this place is close to the heart of the city, but it is very poor. downtown's land and PROPOSAL

human resources are already saturated, but just across the river, boyle heights is rich of land and human resources. So we have every reason to believe that, in 10 years, when hyperloop is completed, the city center is very likely to expansion towards boyle heights, and our site will be a great commercial area.

PROPOSAL

PROPOSAL

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PROPOSAL

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Arrival Platform Exit Arrival Platform

BUSINESS Arrival Platform

Airlock

Departure Platform

COMMERCIAL

BUSINESS Arrival Platform

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Airlock Airlock

Departure Platform

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YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


FORM GENERATION

FORM GENERATION

FORM GENERATION

YPERLOOP

FORM GENERATION

FORM GENERATION

Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

The design of the form starting from the way tubes get into the site. According to preliminary analysis, the best way of the tubes to enter is in the middle of the base, which dividing the site into two parts. Depending on the requirements of the station, the two parts are used as depar ture and arrival areas. Then according to the different needs of these two par ts, we put different commercial facilities in them. YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


Operating Process

Pod ParkingP

Pod ParkingP

Stores

Stores

pod Parking

pod Parking

At the station interior design, in order to create a space more suitable for the pods, we used the structure as the left figure. The peripheral of the cylindrical is made of mesh steel columns, a large number of shops and other load are located inside the cylinder. When the pods came to edge of the cylinder, it stoped, so that people are free to enjoy the shopping process. when leaving the cylinder, they can get in their pods again.

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

PLAN ANALYSIS

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


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Arrival Platform Meeting Room

YPERLOOP

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Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

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Shopping Center Departure Platform

Under Ground Parking

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


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Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

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Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

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YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

Green Terrace

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

Meeting Room

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio

YPERLOOP Hyperloop Studio - Suprastudio


Designer M-Rad LLC 5707 W Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, 90016 matthew@m-rad.com 323.202.0950

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S05

S06

S07

S13

S14

S01

S02

S03

S04

S05

S06

S07

S13

I - INTERIOR WALLS I01 - Pure white painting I02 - Gypsum sheathing I03 - Wood walls framing + acoustic insulation S14

S - SLAB S01 - Hardwood flooring S02 - Plywood or chipboard S03 - Acoustic or thermal insulation S04 - Acoustic batten S05 - Acoustic absorbing membrane S06 - Plywood subfloor S07 - Wood framing S08 - Air space for installations S09 - Hanging rod, suspension clip and metallic rail S10 - Acoustic insulation S11 - Gypsum sheathing S12 - Pure white painting S13 - Skirting board S14 - Perimeter seal or resilient flanking strip

S08

S09

S10

S11

S12

S08

I01

I01

I02

I02

S09

S10

S11

S12

S - SLAB S01 - Hardwood flooring S02 - Plywood or chipboard S03 - Acoustic or thermal insulation S04 - Acoustic batten S05 - Acoustic absorbing membrane S06 - Plywood subfloor S07 - Wood framing S08 - Air space for installations S09 - Hanging rod, suspension clip and metallic rail S10 - Acoustic insulation S11 - Gypsum sheathing S12 - Pure white painting S13 - Skirting board S14 - Perimeter seal or resilient flanking strip

I03

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION Revisions No.

INTERIOR

Description

SF - STUCCO FACADE

SF10

SF01 - Pure white painting SF02 - Gypsum sheathing SF03 - Plywood sheathing SF04 - Wood framing + thermal insulation SF05 - Plywood sheathing SF06 - 2 layers of water resistant barrier SF07 - Self-Furring lath nailed vertical and horizontal SF08 - Cement plaster base coat SF09 - Finish coat cement SF10 - Aluminium window (see window schedules)

SF01

SF05

SF02

SF06

SF03

SF07

SF04

SF08 SF09

Location

B02

B01

1500 Hi Point St, Los Angeles, CA 90035

B03

WALL SECTIONS EXTERIOR

1

Detail 02 1" = 1'-0"

A902

24" 12"

48"

2016/2/23 13:35:51

Date


Designer

M-Rad LLC 5707 W Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, 90016 matthew@m-rad.com 323.202.0950

Project Hi Point Saturn

BS - BASEMENT SLAB BS01 - Hardwood flooring BS02 - Plywood or chipboard BS03 - Thermal insulation BS04 - Acoustic absorbing membrane BS05 - Acoustic batten BS06 - Perimeter seal or resilient flanking strip BS07 - Skirting board BS08 - Waterproof membrane BS09 - Hardwood flooring for exterior BS10 - Batten for flooring BS11 - Mortar bed for slope BS12 - Concrete slab

detail C01

Contact

detail C02 BS - BASEMENT SLAB

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR SF01

SF05

SF02

SF06

SF03

SF07

SF04

EXTERIOR

SF08

SF09

BS01

BS02

BS03

BS04

BS05

BS06

BS07 BS08

BS09

BS10

BS11

BS08

BS09

BS10

BS13

BS14

BS11

BS01 - Hardwood flooring BS02 - Plywood or chipboard BS03 - Thermal insulation BS04 - Acoustic absorbing membrane BS05 - Acoustic batten BS06 - Perimeter seal or resilient flanking strip BS07 - Skirting board BS08 - Waterproof membrane BS09 - Hardwood flooring for exterior BS10 - Batten for flooring BS11 - Mortar bed for slope BS12 - Concrete slab BS13 - Cap hardwood BS14 - Black gravel

SF - STUCCO FACADE SF01 - Pure white painting SF02 - Gypsum sheathing SF03 - Plywood sheathing SF04 - Wood framing + thermal insulation SF05 - Plywood sheathing SF06 - 2 layers of water resistant barrier SF07 - Self-Furring lath nailed vertical and horizontal SF08 - Cement plaster base coat SF09 - Finish coat cement SF10 - Aluminium window (see window schedules)

BW - BASEMENT WALL BW01 - Concrete wall BW02 - Damp proofing BW03 - Drainage membrane BW04 - Geotextile BW05 - Granular drainage fill BW06 - Drainage pipe

BW01

BW02 BS12

BS12 BW03

BW04

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

TERRAIN

detail C03

INTERIOR BW01

BW02

BW01 - Concrete wall BW02 - Damp proofing BW03 - Drainage membrane BW04 - Geotextile BW05 - Granular drainage fill BW06 - Drainage pipe

BW04

BF01

BF02

NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

BW - BASEMENT WALL

BW03

BF03

BW05

BW06

BW04

Revisions No.

Description

Date

BF - BASEMANT FLOORING BF01 - Concrete slab finishing BF02 - Granular fill coat BF03 - Perimeter seal or resilient flanking strip

Location 1500 Hi Point St, Los Angeles, CA 90035

TERRAIN

1

Detail 03 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

16" 8"

32"

Designer

C01

M-Rad LLC 5707 W Jefferson Blvd Los Angeles, 90016 matthew@m-rad.com 323.202.0950

DETAIL 03

C02 C03

Project Hi Point Saturn

Contact

A1203 2016/2/23 13:35:53

DEEP LEG RUNNER UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT HOLD STUDS FROM DEEP LEG RUNNER, DO NOT FASTEN GYP BD OR STUDS TO DEEP LEG RUNNER

CELING W.O.

SECTION @ HEAD PLAN VIEW COLD FORMED METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C. 2 LAYER 5/8" GYP BD TYPE "X". USE CEMENT BOARD IN TOILET ROOMS OR WHEN BACKING TILE.

FINISH AS SCHEDULED

SECTION @ SILL ACOUSTICAL INSULATION WHERE OCCURS. SEE PARTITION SYMBOL FOR ACOUSTICALL WALL DESIGNATION. COLD FORMED METAL TRACK

0' - 2" AIR GAP

CONT. ACOUSTIC SEALANT

3

PARTITION TYPE C - COMMON WALL 3" = 1'-0" NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION

DEEP LEG RUNNER

DEEP LEG RUNNER

UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE

UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE

Revisions

3/4"

3/4"

No. CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT

Description

Date

CONT ACOUSTIC SEALANT

HOLD STUDS FROM DEEP LEG RUNNER, DO NOT FASTEN GYP BD OR STUDS TO DEEP LEG RUNNER

HOLD STUDS FROM DEEP LEG RUNNER, DO NOT FASTEN GYP BD OR STUDS TO DEEP LEG RUNNER

CELING W.O.

CELING W.O.

SECTION @ HEAD

SECTION @ HEAD

PLAN VIEW

PLAN VIEW

COLD FORMED METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

COLD FORMED METAL STUDS @ 16" O.C.

2 LAYER 5/8" GYP BD TYPE "X". USE CEMENT BOARD IN TOILET ROOMS OR WHEN BACKING TILE.

1 LAYER 5/8" GYP BD TYPE "X". USE CEMENT BOARD IN TOILET ROOMS OR WHEN BACKING TILE

FINISH AS SCHEDULED

FINISH AS SCHEDULED

SECTION @ SILL

SECTION @ SILL

ACOUSTICAL INSULATION WHERE OCCURS. SEE PARTITION SYMBOL FOR ACOUSTICALL WALL DESIGNATION.

ACOUSTICAL INSULATION WHERE OCCURS. SEE PARTITION SYMBOL FOR ACOUSTICALL WALL DESIGNATION.

COLD FORMED METAL TRACK

COLD FORMED METAL TRACK

CONT. ACOUSTIC SEALANT

CONT. ACOUSTIC SEALANT

SYMBOL KEY

STUD SIZE 1: 1 5/8" 2: 2 1/2" 3: 3 5/8" 4: 4" 6: 6" 7: 7/8" HAT

HEAD OF WALL CONDITION 1: EXTEND GYP TO UOS 2: EXTEND GYP TO 6" ABOVE CEILING 3: EXTEND GYP TO UNDERSIDE OF CEILING 4: WALL HEIGHT AS SHOWN IN INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 5: OUTER LAYERS OF GYP BD TO 6" ABV CEILING 6: EXTEND GYP BD TO MIN 6" ABV CEILING, DIAGONAL BRACE ABV CEILING HEIGHT 7: EXTEND ONE SIDE OF GYP BD TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK/SLAB 8: SPOT ELEVATION AS INDICATED ON PLAN

PARTITION TYPE A = 1 LAY GYP BD OVER HAT CHANNEL B = 1 LAY GYP BD OVER STUD C = 1 LAY GYP BD EACH SIDE OVER STUD D = 2 LAY GYP BD EACH SIDE OVER STUD E = 1 LAY GYP BD 1 SIDE, 1 LAY SWL: CH STUD F = 2 LAY GYP BD 1 SIDE, 1 LAY SWL: CH STUD G = CMU

Location 1500 Hi Point St, Los Angeles, CA 90035

B4.1 1hr PARTITION RATINGS N: NON-RATED 1: 1 HOUR RATED FIRE BARRIER 2: 2 HOUR RATED FIRE BARRIER 3: 3 HOUR RATED FIRE BARRIER 4: 4 HOUR RATED FIRE BARRIER A: ACOUSTIC RATED PARTITION

PARTITION TYPES 2

PARTITION TYPE B 3" = 1'-0"

1

PARTITION TYPE A 3" = 1'-0"

T200 2016/2/23 13:36:06


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