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BACKGROUND STUDY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC & PERSIDIO

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CASE STUDIES

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SCHMATIC DESIGN

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

OFFICE / RETAIL / EXHIBITION / HISTORICAL PRECEDENT

CONCEPT / PROCESS / FLOOR PLANS / SECTION / ELEVATIONS / RENDERINGS

REVISED FLOOR PLAN / RCP / SECTIONS / ELEVATIONS / INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

DOCUMENTS SET / SPEC SHEETS

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BACKGROUND STUDY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC & PERSIDIO


USER GROUP

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There are four user groups that will occupy this building; corporate staff, hospitality staff, maintenance staff, and the public. National Geographic supports sustainability and suggest that all spaces are user friendly and contribute to the mental and physical health of all users.

Corporate Staff

“AT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF SCIENCE, EXPLORATION AND STORYTELLING TO CHANGE THEWORLD.” National Geographic is a society that started in 1888 in Washington DC. It was first created during a time when people from Europe and America were curious to know the stories about other cultures and the adventures that were taken. The spread of knowledge and learning are one of the fundamental goals this society wants to bring to the life of an ordinary person. As a nonprofit organization, National Geographic is dedicated to exploring our planet, protecting wildlife and habitats, and helping assure that students in K-12 are geographically literate. They award grants to explorers, who go out into the world to gather knowledge that will be shared to 700 million people a month through its media platforms, products, events, and experiences. Each year, this society funds more than 300 research, conservation, and exploration projects around the globe. There are four categories in which National Geographic focuses on, which are, Our Human Story, Critical Species, Our Living Planet, and New Frontiers. Within each category, they explore, reveal, understand, and search for new information and knowledge that is invaluable to our species and planet as a whole. In the end, National Geographic believes in the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to change the world.

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The corporate office will cater to the staff members that are involved in running the administrative, editorial, design/production, and marketing aspect of National Geographic. They are one of the most important user groups due to the fact that they create the materials that make National Geographic. Offices, reception area, conference rooms, and studios are necessary. The total square footage should be at least 5,300 sq.ft.

Hospitality Staff and Public Since the Hospitality staff will be dealing with the public it is clear that they should be together. This user group will occupy the highest square footage of approx. 8,000sq ft. The reason is due to the fact that National Geographic’s most important believe is educating the public and should be a learning experience. There should be a retail space, an exhibition room, a café, and a multipurpose room that can host events, classes, and speakers. The public and staff areas should be separated to prevent the public from entering designated areas e.i. the kitchen of the Cafe component.

Maintenance Staff This user group will be the smallest but they will be who maintain and keep safe the building. They only need to occupy around 3,700 sq.ft of the building. It is important to make sure that we keep the building support rooms in a subtle yet convenient places for theses staff in order to keep the building operable.


Through its magazines, newsletters, website, films, blogs and television programs, National Geographic aims to educated the public on a range of topics on a global scale. Covering a variety of aspects of nature, culture, and science it has become one of the most respected publications of its kind. With the introduction of web platforms to its existing publishing structure, the NatGeo brand has continued to grow and proliferate it’s mission to spread knowledge to the world about the world. At its headquarters it hosts a wide range of public programs, including exhibits, speaker series, films, and special events as a way to share with the public and interact with the community and its members.

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Recycling and composting are a priority, functioning to keep 70% of the waste from the company’s HQ out of landfills by using compostable dining containers and restroom paper towels, and offering programs for the recycling of batteries, electronics, packing materials, printing waste, metals and office supplies. Lighting control has contributed to better sustainability in the facilities as well with strategies including the adjustment in shut off times for garage lighting, installation of motion sensors, transition to LED and T-8 high efficiency CFLs with increased CRI- which alone created a 50% reduction in electrical usage from lighting. Water is conserved with the use of low flow taps and toilets, the use of native landscape plantings with a sprinkler system that can detect rain, and the switch to a newer more efficient filtration system. Printing and paper use is kept to a minimum. Digital viewing is encouraged to conserve paper and all office print waste is recycled.

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PROJECT PURPOSES

PRIORITIZING A GREEN WORKPLACE

The National Geographic Store is largely based online but does have a physical retail space within the company’s headquarters. Purchases from the store help to support projects around the world focused on exploration, conservation, education, and cultural preservation. The online store offers books, magazines and DVDs of their own as well as other relating and recommended materials. They also sell clothing, jewelry, home and garden items, maps, travel gear and accessories and kids products like toys and games.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AND EDUCATION

THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC STORE

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To create a facility to house the National Geographic headquarters, several different uses and requirements unique to the company’s operations will need to be addressed. The project site will firstly function as a corporate hub of National Geographic and its various branches in publications, education, philanthropy and product development. This will include corporate offices and the supporting facilities such as meeting centers and cafeteria. Secondly the site will function as a public space where visitors can participate in various special events and educational programs including museum style exhibitions, lectures, speaker series, and films. In addition to these features is the potential for a restaurant or cafe to accommodate visitors that would be separate from that of the corporate staff. The third core component of the site will be the retail space where National Geographic products, publications, and media will be sold in alongside other relevant brands. As retail sales made by National Geographic help to support global projects of which they advocate, it is important that the retail space functions as effectively as possible. An overall project goal and requirement is sustainability and green building practices. National Geographic has made this a priority in its existing corporate locations and the new site will aim to maintain the same standards of sustainable designs and systems as well as workplace culture.

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Transportation 34 Granham street, San Francisco, CA 94129

34 Graham St has good transit which means many nearby public transportation options. Car sharing is available from Getaround, Zipcar, City CarShare and RelayRides.

Bus lines: 43 Masonic 76X Marin Head Land express 28 19th Avenue 91 3rd-19th Ave owl 28R 19th Ave Rapid 97 Larkspur Ferry Terminal - San Francisco 38 Terra Linda - San Francisco 2 Marin City - San Francisco 27 San Anselmo - San Francisco 101X Santa Rosa - San Francisco

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Car shares: City CarShare: Pod# 2680.1 mi City CarShare: Pod# 2000.3 mi Getaround: 2003 Lexus RX 3000.3 mi City CarShare: Pod# 1080.7 mi Zipcar: La Luna Inn (Lombard/Broderick) 0.7 mi Getaround: 2012 Buick Verano 0.8 mi Getaround: 2005 Toyota Highlander .8 mi Zipcar: 2444 Lombard St near Divisadero St 0.8 mi RelayRides: 2001 BMW Z3 0.8 mi Zipcar: Lombard St/Scott St (Presidio Inn) 0.9 mi

Map Legends : Car Route Bus Route Bike Route Highway

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San Francisco is a city that is full of unique elements and spectacular adventures to explore. One region where it all began is in Presidio. This vast terrain went from being a military base to a well-respected and known National Park. It combines nature, history and community for both tourists and locals to enjoy. Along the Park Presidio is the Presidio residential neighborhood. Presidio Neighborhood encompasses both smaller neighborhoods. The actual location of the site analysis is 34, Presidio Terrace, San Francisco, CA, 94118. It is located north of Downtown San Francisco. The specific area was built in 1776 as was the first planned community built in the Western neighborhoods of San Francisco. The architectural style distribution throughout this area is a combination of ‘Beaux Arts, Mission Revival, Tudor Revival, early Italianate and Greek Revival, to later Mission Revival and Neoclassical’. In addition to these luxurious styles of architecture there is also a good enough balance of landscape and nature to break the concrete/brick tension.

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Presidio Demographics Total Population : 3,309 - Male: 1,163 - Female: 1,577 Households - 45.1% Family Households - 54.9% Non-family Households

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Average Household Income: $113,486

Residential Neighborhood

0-4 9% 5-17 8% 18-34 59% 35-59 22% 60 and Older 3% Median Age: 30.20

Education - Bachelors Degree 38.4% - Graduate Degree 25.6% - Associate Degree 8.7% - Some College 15.6% - Some High School 4.1% - No High School 7.7%

Cultural Diversity - White 80% - Asian 8% - Black/African American 2% - Other/Two ot More Races 10% - Latino 4%

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THE PRESIDIO IS A MIDDLE TO UPPER CLASS NEIGHBORHOOD. IT IS BOTH RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL, HOWEVER, THE PROJECT SITE’S SURROUNDINGS ARE MOSTLY RESIDENTIAL. THAT BEING SAID, ACOUSTICAL IS ONE OF THE MAIN CONCERNS GIVEN THAT IT IS A COMMERCIAL BUILDING. THE ACCESS TO THE BUILDING SHOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE DESIGN PROCESS SINCE THE BUILDING IS IN A COURT/CIRCLE, THEREFORE PARKING MAY BECOME AS ISSUE. THE AREA IS CLEAN WITH COHESIVE LANDSCAPE DESIGN, ONE OF OUR GOALS WHEN DESIGNING THE BUILDING IS TO KEEP ITS LANDSCAPE INTO CONSIDERATION.

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ADJACENT BUILDINGS

THE BAY SCHOOL OF SAN FRANCISCO OFF THE GRID PICNIC THE SAN FRANCISCO FILM CENTER PRESIDIO’S OFFICERS CLUB PRESIDIO BOWLING CENTER FUTURES WITHOUT VIOLENCE THE COMMISSARY THE PRESIDIO TRUST THE WALT DISNEY FAMILY MUSEUM PRESIDIO COMMUNITY YMCA INN AT THE PRESIDIO US POST OFFICE

VEHICULAR ACCESS

STREET PARKING PARKING LOT IN FRONT OF BUILDING

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION

THERE ARE 4 BUS STOPS AROUND THE SITE 4 MINUTE WALK IS THE CLOSES BUS STOP

ACOUSTICAL CONCERNS

SEMI LOW NOISE LEVEL. IT IS LOCATED ON A MILITARY BASE.

CROSS STREET :

LINCOLN BLVD COUNTY : SAN FRANCISCO ADJACENT TO PRESIDIO NATIONAL PARK

SOLAR ORIENTATION :

NORTH - CRISSY FIELD MARSH SOUTH - RESIDENTIAL WEST - BAKER BEACH EAST - PALACE OF FINE ARTS

QUALITY OF OUTDOOR VIEWS :

34 GRAHAM ST IS ADJACENT TO THE PRESIDIO PARK, ITSELF A 1200 ACRE NATIONAL PARK WITH HIKING AND BIKING TRAILS.

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PARK, GARDEN/GREENBELT, GOLDEN GATEBRIDGE NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF GRAHAM ST AND OWEN ST.

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PRESIDIO NATIONAL PARK PRESIDIO GOLFCOURSE PRESIDIO BOWLING CENTER THE WALT DISNEY FAMILY MUSEUM PRESIDIO TRUST

PROPERTY LINES

LOT SIZE – 20,000

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HISTORY OF PERSIDIO

For over 10,000 years, Native Americans have called the San Francisco Bay region home. Before the arrival of the Spanish, the San Francisco Peninsula was occupied by a people known as the Ohlone or Costanoan. Archeological evidence indicates an Ohlone/Costanoan presence at the site of the Presidio by about 740 A.D.

Indigenous Period

In 1822, Mexico declared its independence from Spain. It took a year for the news to reach Alta California. There was no change in personnel when the Presidio changed from Spanish to Mexican sovereignty.

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Spain ordered the colonization of the coast north of Nueva Espana (New Spain). In 1769, Juan Bautista de Anza led 193 colonists and soldiers, and some livestock, from Sonora, Mexico, to San Francisco Bay. They arrived on June 27, 1776, to establish a presidio (garrison). Presidio de San Francisco became the northernmost bastion of a network of Spanish colonization. The presidio’s role was to protect the frontier from foreign invaders.

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The U.S Regular Army took over the Presidio during the Mexican- American War, and one year of the United States’ occupation of the Presidio in 1846, its crumbling buildings were repaired by the Army’s New York Volunteers. Upon the discovery of gold in California in 1849, the sudden growth of San Francisco in size and significance prompted the U.S. government to establish a permanent military reservation on the bay. By executive order of President Fillmore, the United States reserved the Presidio for military use in 1850.

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For nine months in 1915, the Presidio’s bayfront and much of today’s Marina District was the site of a grand celebration of human spirit and ingenuity. Hosted to celebrate the completion of the Panama Canal, the Panama-Pacific International Exposition reflected the ascendancy of the United States to the world stage and was a milestone in San Francisco history.

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Secretary of Defense announces Presidio closure.

When the great San Francisco earthquake happened in 1906, the presidio was also damaged. The army built the tent camps that served as a shelter for more than thirty thousand refugees. The soldiers also offered food and medical services.

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National Park Service Transfer ceremony. All remaining areas of Presidio transferred to Park Service.

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CASE STUDIES OFFICE / RETAIL / EXHIBITION / HISTORICAL PRECEDENT


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Design Firm: Gould Evans Company: ValueAct Capital Corporate Offices Location: San Francisco, CA Square Footage: 30,000 ValueAct Capital, one of the West Coast’s largest investment management firms, had outgrown their office space and was looking for a new environment that would facilitate the particular way they work. The firm is known for an investment strategy based on due diligence, research, and active involvement in value creation at their investments; however, they were occupying a split-level office suite that put physical and metaphorical barriers between their own team. To better facilitate their ideal work style, they were seeking a balance between a collaborative idea-sharing space, and a cloistered investment-sensitive environment. To address these needs, a new 30,000 sq ft workplace for ValueAct was created that allows ideas to flow freely, or be completely contained at the discretion of the individual, supporting a palette of different working styles. To achieve the desired balance, private offices along the perimeter are interspersed with open work areas, collaboration, and break out spaces. This organization is most apparent in the Investor Wing where generously sized offices have glass doors that close for complete acoustical privacy, or can be opened to allow for interaction with the larger space. Casual lounge areas were incorporated throughout the open office and administrative areas, and a relaxing loft serves as an amenity for the high-energy analysts that often work irregular hours. The expectations of partners and executivelevel staff necessitated a personalized approach to the design of the private office interiors, however the transparent nature of the space required visual consistency among the office furnishings. A furniture program was developed that allowed for customizable features, such as a standing height work surface and other ergonomic components, as well as a package of ancillary furnishings to choose from. Each person was able to choose components based on their specific work style, while preserving a consistent visual aesthetic throughout the space.

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I will consider to redesign the reception desk. In my opinion, the original design would be too complicated and a lot of sharp line. Compare to other are of design, reception desk does not really go with the design. I decided to change the pattern of the reception desk and back of the wall as well. Linearly line up the wood panel, and organized the stone tile on the wall. However, I have decided to keep the material and color palate as it is. Located in the Letterman Digital Arts Center Complex within the Historic San Francisco Presidio, their new offices are rooted in surroundings that are unmistakably San Francisco. The shell of the building had been designed in keeping with its historic surroundings, a former military hospital with a gabled roof and mullioned windows. However, ValueAct desired a warm and modern environment that would express its own office culture. This was ultimately accomplished through a few strong material and formal interventions. A ribbon wall of board and batten Eucalyptus starts at the reception desk, wraps around the glazed entrance, and proceeds around the entire space. The wall bends to form benches, bars, and break out zones that encourage staff interaction and both social and professional dialogue. The choice of Eucalyptus is a historical reference, as the sand dunes of the original Presidio landscape were planted over with a Eucalyptus forest. Woven metal ceilings, blackened steel accents, and dappled grey carpeting provide a balanced contrast against the warmth of the wooden elements. A rarity in the financial sector, ValueAct’s unique vision and collaborative process inspired a new way to approach this historically traditional division of corporate interior design.

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I will consider to redesign the reception desk. In my opinion, the original design would be too complicated and a lot of sharp line. Compare to other are of design, reception desk does not really go with the design. I decided to change the pattern of the reception desk and back of the wall as well. Linearly line up the wood panel, and organized the stone tile on the wall. However, I have decided to keep the material and color palate as it is.

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Project: Wieden+Kennedy (New York Office) Architects: WORKac Location: 150 Varick St., New York, NY 10013 Area: 50,000.0 ft2 Project Year:2014 Client Summary Wieden+Kennedy are an independent, creatively advertising agency which creates strong and provocative project that connect their clients and the projects. Independence is the elements can be discovered everywhere in their work and their office. Everyone in the company is seeing as an independence, that you can find everyone in their website and see clearly. To Satisfied everyone’s need during the work is the key point that make Wieden+Kennedy such a great company in advertising agency. For this project, the purpose of the office is designed the office-as-playground, so everyone can put work back at the heart of creative work. Project Summary The office- as- playground are referenced in the space and programmatic functions perfectly. To satisfy everyone, there are many different types of lounge areas, such as outdoor lounge, indoor picnic room, and kitchen in the office. To encourage employees think creative, WORKac planned different types of open space and rooms that can be used as meeting room. Two functional usages of the Coin stair are the stair and great group meeting space. Responded The project is located at the Charlton- King- Vandam Historic District. The small historic district around Manhattan, New York City. “The city’s largest concentration of row houses in the Federal style, which is significantly with the Greek Revival houses. When WORKac designed this office, I believe they had considered the characteristic of symmetric in building and developed the idea. By placing the coin stair in the middle of the office it keep the symmetric. Coin stair symbolizes the creative of their company, by breaking the old structure and create new look in the building. By really considering the need of the users in the office, various lounge and relaxing area referred to the need of office- as- playground. Everyone in the office are independence, so the various space are essential.

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Redesigned Ideas The outdoor look of the office are designed to be opened, which I think it can be redesigned by placing white steel frame ( referred to the window frames of the entire building) By doing this, I think it respect the original designer since the building is located at the Charlton- King- Vandam Historic District. The white frame can still pop out in viewers eye and referred to the historic of the location. The second ideas of improving the designed is the wall located behind the reception table. The Wieden+Kennedy is painted with blue color on the white wall to represent the cleanness and simplistic of the works. I felt like they can do more with the wall that referred more about their company culture. By searching their company, a interesting wall “The Fail Harder Wall� in their advertising school. The entire wall are covered by pins and the negative space shows the Fail Harder letters. The same idea using in the office wall can be paints with various dots. By doing this, I think it represented all of their success are build up with thousand ideas and hard work.

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Design: Charles Sparks + Company Museum: De Young Legion of Honor Location: San Francisco, CA Challenge After the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, the original museum building was declared unsafe. As the new facilities were being planned, Charles Sparks + Company was asked to help the museum maximize new opportunities for effective retail activity. Our comprehensive business plan formed the foundation for a 5,950-square-foot, two-level store, to be located near the new main court gathering area. The new museum was to be centered on the overall idea of integrating art and architecture with the natural landscape of San Francisco's beloved Golden Gate Park.

Museum Store

Solution Our design plan included a division of merchandise categories, so that the ground floor, with its adjacency to the museum's main gathering place, would receive the majority of visitors entering, in the midst of their overall experience. This level of the store includes a vast array of distinctive merchandise inspired by the art museum's educational mission and its worldwide permanent collections: decorative objects, jewelry, educational children's books and toys, stationery, posters, home and office accessories, textiles, and more. Our design, finishes, materials, lighting, and fixtures imaginatively showcase this diverse range of products, allowing for versatility and change. The store's two levels recall the idyllic landscape of Golden Gate Park using angular, darkly stained vertical dividers and tables to evoke the surrounding trees. The store location and layout flow easily from the main court, connecting the two levels with an internal staircase to give a preferred path for visitors. The lower level became the primary location for destination merchandise—complementing special exhibitions and featuring a wide range of art books, museum publications, and specialty items. We also integrated new technology with an arton-demand interactive kiosk that offers custom prints.

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I would like to point out two element of the space. One is the display table, using the simple wooden table with different shape and high to give the some attention from the visitor. However, this is totally not strong enough to bring the customer into the space. My opinion is to create the table some a totally different, but somehow they connected each other. I think it would be interested to design the table inspired from the shape of de young museum itself. The table shape that I created is based on twist tower building, which is also a focal point of architecture. And to also make it simplicity, I have chosen to combine the existing table. The other point that I would like to say is the death space above the display shelf. To make it not having the death space, I would extend the wooden panel in the shelf section as well as the side of wall.

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Designer: DAY Creative Business Partners Project: Van Gogh Museum Shop Location:Museumplein6, 1071 DJ Amsterdam, Netherlands, Basement Floor Year: 2015 Purpose of Design Offers special and something relive their experience in museum. Recognizable, and flexible. “The idea was to design a store, which is recognizable, though very flexible. We wanted it to breathe as mush space as possible, contain more light and create a more welcoming and inspiring atmosphere.“ says Gesina Roters, creatice Partner of DAY. Solution Represent the energy of Van Gogh’s Paint strokes. RANDOMNESS -> Irregulaly shape, not one angle looks the same. Make visitors focus on product -> Black color was chosen to pop out the products (Yellow color regers back to the color of sunflowers) Products are contain with three categories; Souvenirs, Design and Exclusive. Meant to help the brand connect with their target audience

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Display table can be designed with the elements of randomness like terries. Randomly Combine the table when theyneed. To create interesting environment of shopping.

Redesign Ideas The main produts can be separated from other products. Visitor can focus in the products and increase the wants of purchase the products. Lights can be chosen to effect the produts looks vivid and brighter.

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Design: Shift Architecture Urbanism Museum: Museumplein Limburg Kerkrade Location: Kerkrade, Netherlands Museumplein limburg, a trinity of complimentary museums consisting of: ‘continium’, ‘cube’ and ‘columbus’, that together combine technology, science and design in one museum district. the complex is located in kerkrade, a town at the dutch-german border. it is composed of ‘continium’ that is a discovery centre for science and technology, while ‘cube’ is a design museum consisting of design exhibitions and exploratory labs. ‘columbus’ houses a unique earth theatre shaped as an inverse planetarium and a 3D cinema conceived in partnership with national geographic. together these elements become a museum without boundaries, where visitors are regarded as participants rather than spectators. they are invited to discover the world and their place in it through interaction, participation and debate. hence, in addition to museum galleries, ‘museumplein limburg’ also offers shared facilities for conferences, events, workshops and education. Above ground, the complex appears as a composition of primary solids: a cube, a sphere and a beam. their pure geometry and omnidirectional orientation counteracts the amorphous and introvert character of the existing museum. each building has a custom-made façade that emphasises its pure form and free-standing character. the new industrial materials connect to the original building, a former industry museum. a large part of the 7.500 square meter new program is located underground. The new sunken museum square forms the heart of museumplein limburg. it extends seamlessly underneath the floating beam that hovers above the double height entrance hall. the linear entrance hall serves as the logistic backbone of the whole museum district. visitors descent into this space via one of two wide staircases at both ends: one orientated towards the train station and the other towards the town’s centre. by situating a large portion of functions underground, the built footprint on the ground level was minimized, thus leaving space for public walkways to criss-cross the complex on this level.

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To be honest, I don’t know what to redesign. Even though I don’t like some of the shape and material used in the project, the resent of used and the background history was successfully applied in the architecture to interiors. A couple thing I would point out is that the pathway between the “Continium” and “Columbus,” which is the picture at lower right. My suggestion is that to change the shape of the wall. It would be more interesting to used circler tunnel walkway. I think is important to keep the material as it is, because that could give user the imagination of the space before going into the “Columbus.”

My opinion of the design idea is that to change the stair case in the middle of hallway. The reason is that in this building, they were using a lot of sharp shape. To make is more cohesive, I think is more interested to use some curvy shape. Not only that, it would also make it as a furcal point in the entrance.

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Project: Cleveland Museum of Art Location: Cleveland, OH Year: 2015 Client Cleveland Museum of Art is the museum been found in 1913. The concept of this museum is “for the benefit of the all people forever.” Since then, they also make many plans to enhance the connection between the world and museum itself. Purpose of Design Change the traditional way of experience art museum. Make it fun and interesting to encourage visitor like art through interactive media. User Group Families, youth, school groups, and all visitors with all levels of knowledge about art. As a truly new and innovative threshold experience, CMA’s Gallery One leverages great works of art and state-of-the-art interactive media to transform the traditional art museum experience into a playful and engagingly personal journey into museum collections. – David Harvey, Senior Vice President for Exhibition – American Museum of Natural History. Solution Six interactive stations that are known as “lenses”, they contain different functions of displaying. For example, Sculpture Lens to scan and match your face with the artwork. Stories Lens: you can arranged scene by tasking artwork surround you to make a story. you are able to share the result through email. With the digital map, visitors can experience their own interested to go through the museum. Because of the digital technology, we are not viewing artwork with distance, but as closer as we can. Challenge: To make sure the technology system do not distracting visitors’ museum experience. Interactive system will be hard to maintain, so CMA stores the spare parts on the site to replace and repair the system within 45 minutes. Device can be rebooted remotely, so visitors will never confronted with a blank.

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Redesign Ideas Clear Point where visitors are going to stand enable to experience fully. By using the direction of wood flooring and alumni to divided the stand point. Alumni makes a clear edge that can work well with such high-tech exhibition. Toe Kick Design is important for this close look exhibition. Also, it is a dull site, so I think to install LED light within the toe kick plate will be able to help visitors experience better and safer tour.

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Arc Light Apartment

Location: 21 Clarence Place in San Francisco’s South Beach. Project Year: 2007- 2012 Designer: HKS Architects, Inc. Client: Martin Building Company

Purpose of Design Redesigning the building to be residential use, contain with studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Challenge Within an SL1 (Service/ Light Industrial) zoning district. The height of the building is over 50 feets Require a Certificated of Appropriateness to do any exterior changes. Information Arc Light Apartment is the first residential unit get the LEED Gold certification in San Francisco in 2012. By 1888, California Electric Light Company was holding the building and satisfying San Francisco's demand for electricity. The building itself was an 19th century electric company warehouse located at 21 Clarence Place in San Francisco's South Beach, which is listed as a contributory building to the South End Historic District. In 2007, the project was developed by Martin Building Company, and been design by HKS. There are 94 housing units, 20% of which are reserved for lower income households. Other features include underground parking, 4,400 sf. of retail space, and a day-care facility. The innovative design feature is the combination of old brick structure with new five-story concrete building and covered with glass and steel structure. The Arc Light Apartment offers many eco-minded amenities includes bicycle parking, electric carcharging station and City CarShare vehicles parking lot. Also because of the location is within an SL1( Serve/ Light Industrial) zoning district, this shape of the building is designed to reduce substantial shadow impacts on public plazas and other publicly accessible space. Th e Arc Light Co. residences is helping San Francisco meet the ongoing demand for in-town rental apartments and much-needed affordable housing. The entire building is not just a new design with cool feature, also content with sustainability, and the positive social impact to San Francisco.

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The Palace of Fine Arts

Location: 3301 Lyon St, San Francisco, CA 94123 Project Year: 1915 Designer:Bernard Ralph Maybeck

The Palace of Fine Arts was created for the 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition fell to the architect Bernard R. Maybeck, then fifty years old and known for his innovative ideas. He chose as his theme a Roman ruin, mutilated and overgrown, in the mood of a Piranesi engraving. But this ruin was not to exist solely for itself to show “the mortality of grandeur and the vanity of human wishes .... “ Although it was meant to give delight by its exterior beauty, its purpose was also to offer all visitors a stimulating experience within doors(The Exploratorium). The Palace of Fine Arts was built around a small artificial lagoon. It is composed of a wide, 1100 foot pergola, an arch formed by rows of Corinthian columns framing a wide walkway, around a central rotunda situated by the water. In the background behind the colonnades were fire proof art galleries with 113 rooms, exhibiting art, mainly paintings by various local and foreign artists. The center of the arch was placed behind the rotunda, so that the two were not aligned in concentric rings. This allowed a wider arch to be built in the same space, giving it a grander appearance. Palace of Fine Art has successfully showing the focal point of design, which I think is really important in all the design field. This central rotunda is part of most beautiful and popular architecture at Presidio neighborhood. So that I decided to get the idea of focal point and hierarchy element into my design. I have tried the idea of showing focal point in the floor plan by using different shape or orientation of furniture. The decorative detail of the Palace of Fine Art always amazed the visitor to stop by, such as the pattern inside the dome rotunda. I have borrowed the idea of pattern design, and could be transformed to wayfinding system on the floor. Each of the direction is going to the spaces and would maybe using different color or shape to guide the visitor.

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SCHMATIC DESIGN CONCEPT / PROCESS / FLOOR PLANS / SECTION / ELEVATIONS / RENDERINGS


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ADVENTURE

Design a mixted-yse building which contain multiple functions; a retail space, an exhibition, offices, and a cafe shop, we need to make each space with harmony and be able to represent the importance of exploration of National Geographic. The National Geography Company is playing a character like supportor, pioneer, safety rops, treasure maps, and a resting stop which secure and encourage people to go on a journey. The design is promoting a sense of space and community which exciting visitors and locals’ curiousity to take adventure.

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CONCEPT

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SITE ANALYSIS

San Francisco is a city that is full of unique elements and spectacular adventures to explore. One region where it all began is in Presidio. This vast terrain went from being a military base to a well-respected and known National Park. It combines nature, history and community for both tourists and locals to enjoy. Along the Park Presidio is the Presidio residential neighborhood. Presidio Neighborhood encompasses both smaller neighborhoods. The actual location of the site analysis is 34, Presidio Terrace, San Francisco, CA, 94118. It is located north of Downtown San Francisco.

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BRANDING

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

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DESIGN PROCESS

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

FIRST FLOOR DIAGRAOM

OFFICE FLOOR DIAGRAOM

FIRST FLOOR BUBBLE DIAGRAOM

OFFICE FLOOR BUBBLE DIAGRAOM

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OFFICE FLOOR PROCESS

FIRST FLOOR PROCESS

DESIGN PROCESS

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B

6' - 0"

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47' - 0"

13' - 0"

DN

6

A

B

C

D

E

98' - 9 1/2"

C 98' - 9 1/2" 25' - 4 1/2"

16' - 0"

5' - 0"

6' - 0"

13' - 0"

13' - 5"

10' - 5 1/2"

16' - 0"

5' - 0"

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

4

5

WAITING AREA

RECEPTION

1

1

5

3

3 4

23' - 6"

2

CAFE

6

5

EXHIBITION

RETAIL STORE

2

6' - 6"

PUBLIC TOILET

D

6' - 6"

25' - 4"

1

LOADING DOCK

MULTI PURPOSE

3

7

25' - 4"

8

25' - 4 1/2"

8

7

DN

47' - 0"

6

4

1

20' - 0"

67' - 7 1/2"

3

2

DN

15' - 10 1/2"

23' - 9 1/2"

E

24' - 11"

23' - 6"

20' - 0" 67' - 7 1/2"

4

N

1

RECEPTION

2

WAITING AREA

3 4

CAFE

5

RETAIL STORE

7

MULTI PURPOSE

PUBLIC TOILET

6

EXHIBITION

8

LOADING DOCK

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FLOOR PLAN & LAYOUT

ELEVATION & FLOOR PLAN GROUND SECTION

PROCESS DR 39


B

16' - 6 1/2"

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98' - 9 1/2"

C

UP

26' - 9 1/2"

A

B

C

D

E

98' - 9 1/2" 68' - 3 1/2"

30' - 0"

5 6 7

68' - 3 1/2"

ARCHIVE

8

1

EXHIBITION

UP

1

STORAGE

PUBLIC TOILET

2 3 4

UP

8

5

D

16' - 6 1/2"

8

2

ELECTRICAL

MECHANICAL

TELEPHONE

JANITOR

8' - 9"

4

67' - 7 1/2"

58' - 2 1/2"

UP

6 26' - 9 1/2"

3

5

6

7

7 3

9' - 6"

2

1

15' - 3"

E

17' - 11"

8' - 11"

UP

4

ELECTRICAL

EXHIBITION

5 6 7

STORAGE

8

JANITOR

1

ARCHIVE

2 3 4

PUBLIC TOILET

MECHANICAL TELEPHONE

BASEMENT FLOOR 40

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGN CONCEPT

FLOOR PLAN & LAYOUT

ELEVATION &

PROCESS DR


B

3

2

27' - 8"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

4 3

A

B

C

D

E

C

98' - 9 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

15' - 0 1/2"

27' - 8"

21' - 2"

7

ATRIUM

JANITOR

TOILET

2

8

1

MEDIUM CONF.

9

3

6' - 6"

8

67' - 7 1/2"

OPEN WORKING SPACE

D

5

4

SUPPLY ROOM

10' - 1"

5

3

RECEPTION DESK

6

7

2

PANTRY

1

1

SMALL CONF.

6' - 6"

2

1 8

9

3

15' - 0 1/2"

98' - 9 1/2"

4

7

10' - 11 1/2"

9

3 14' - 0"

6

22' - 3 1/2"

5

E 8' - 11"

UP

4

24' - 9 1/2"

32' - 1"

20' - 2"

17' - 0"

1

RECEPTION DESK

4

MEDIUM CONF.

7

TOILET

2

PANTRY

5

OPEN WORKING SPACE

8

JANITOR

3

SMALL CONF.

6

SUPPLY ROOM

9

ATRIUM

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ELEVATION

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19' - 0 1/2"

10' - 0"

B

20' - 5 1/2"

8' - 0 1/2"

2

17' - 11 1/2"

ART DIRECTOR

2

1

67' - 7 1/2"

12' - 0"

9

TOILET

12 3

SENIOR EDITOR

10' - 10"

10

11

10 SENIOR W. EDITOR

12 ATRIUM

19' - 0 1/2"

LARGE CONF.

7

7

REGIONAL MANAGER

2

8

12

9

D

25' - 4 1/2"

CONTROLLER

1

4

OFFICE MANAGER

23' - 3 1/2"

5

8

HR OFFICE

6

6

ACCOUNTING

5

1

MARKETING DIRECTOR

4

2

3 1

3

3

8' - 11 1/2"

21' - 9"

4 8' - 2 1/2"

10' - 0"

8' - 0 1/2"

5

8' - 11 1/2"

C

8' - 11 1/2"

98' - 9 1/2"

A

B

C

D

E

98' - 9 1/2"

8' - 11 1/2"

6 7

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

25' - 4 1/2"

22

17' - 11 1/2"

8' - 2 1/2"

20' - 5 1/2"

10' - 10"

11

22' - 3" DN

E 4

N

1

HR OFFICE

4

ART DIRECTOR

7

TOILET

10 SENIOR W. EDITOR

2

ACCOUNTING

5

CONTROLLER

8

LARGE CONF.

11

3

MARKETING DIRECTOR

6

OFFICE MANAGER

9

REGIONAL MANAGER

12 ATRIUM

SENIOR EDITOR

THIRD FLOOR 42

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

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DESIGN CONCEPT

FLOOR PLAN & LAYOUT

ELEVATION &

PROCESS DRAWING


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EGRESS FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

DN

DN UP DN

UP

UP

UP

GROUND FLOOR

ENTRANCE

SECOND FLOOR

BASEMENT FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

EGRASS

DN

UP

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EGRESS PLAN

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ACCESSIBLE RESTROOM C 1' - 8 1/2"

2' - 7" 2' - 7 1/2"

2' - 7 1/2"

1' - 6" 3' - 0 1/2"

5' - 0"

3' - 1 1/2"

3' - 0"

3

ACCESSIBLE RESTROOM LAYOUT

3' - 0"

1' - 0"

SECOND FLOOR - ACCESSIBLE RESTROOM 44

3' - 0"

5' - 4"

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SOUTH SECTION E

D

C

B

A

Level 3 23' - 8"

Level 2 14' - 2"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Basement -10' - 8"

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RETAIL ELEVATION

3

2

1 DN

DN N

3

2

1

STORE

Level 1 0' - 0"

1/4” = 1’-0”

STORE 46

RETAIL ELEVATION

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Level 1 0' - 0"

1/4” = 1’-0”


STORE

1/4” = 1’-0”

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CAFE ELEVATION

1

DN N

DN

DN N

3

2

1

Level 1 0' - 0"

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1/4” = 1’-0”

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1

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Level 1 0' - 0"

LOBBY ELEVATION

3

DN

DN N

CAFE

1/2” = 1’-0”

4

Level 1 0' - 0"

CAFE

3

1/2” = 1’-0”

4

DN

Level 2 14' - 2" DN

Level 2 14' - 2"

GALLERY TOILET RECEPTION

GALLERY TOILET RECEPTION

Level 1 0' - 0"

LOBBY 48

LOBBY ELEVATION

1/4” = 1’-0”

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LOBBY

1/4” = 1’-0”


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OFFICE PANTRY ELEVATION

B

B

OFFICE PANTRY

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1/2” = 1’-0” PANTRY ELEVATION

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EXHIBITION ELEVATION B

OFFICE PANTRY

1

2

1/2” = 1’-0”

3

UP

1

2

3

UP

UP

Basement -10' - 8" 1/4” = 1’-0” Basement -10' - 8"

EXHIBITION

EXHIBITION 50

EXHIBITION ELEVATION

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1/4” = 1’-0”


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OFFICE & MEDIUM CONF.

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OPEN OFFICE SKETCH

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LOBBY AREA

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LOBBY SKETCH

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BASEMENT THEATER

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BASEMENT SKETCH

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DESIGN DEVELOPMENT REVISED FLOOR PLAN / RCP / SECTIONS / ELEVATIONS / INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES


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GROUND FLOOR PLAN

E

A

12' - 6"

8' - 1"

A202

4' - 2"

D

C

24' - 7 1/2"

5' - 5"

B

11' - 2"

A

24' - 9 1/2"

LOADING DOCK

25' - 0 1/2"

UP

20' - 9"

105

109 B

A701

9' - 9 1/2"

O.T.B

38TH GRAHAM ST.

RETAIL STORE

106

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CAFE

13' - 2"

O.T.B

A203

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1 B

1. BRANDING 2. CONCEPT INTO DESIGN

6' - 1"

3. WALKING EXPERIENCE

2 SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

EXHIBITION

IAD440, TUE

107

D

A702

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM 108

104

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

68' - 8 1/2"

JANITORY

41' - 0"

103

21' - 4 1/2"

18' - 4 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

PUBLIC TOILET

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

A101

33' - 11"

DN

SHEET 3 OF 18

3 C

23' - 6"

LOBBY

A

A701

101

DN

UP

102

9' - 9"

13' - 7"

HALLWAY A

A801

UP 4

1

N

GROUND FLOOR

IAD440, TUE

N

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 UP

12' - 4"

A

SCALE : 1/8”= 1’-0”

UP

5' - 7 1/2"

ENTRANCE 4' - 9"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

UP

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER 38TH GRAHAM ST.

UP

O.T.B

9' - 10"

A801

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

A201 1

Basement

2

EGRESS PLAN

GROUND FLOOR

DN

A001 SHEET 2 OF 18

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BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

D

B

C

A

99' - 10 1/2" 44' - 6"

30' - 9 1/2" 1

B

A203

O.T.A 27' - 0"

EXHIBITION

ARCHIVE B01

B02 UP 8' - 11"

38TH GRAHAM ST.

24' - 7 1/2"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

A

A202

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

E

1. TAKE A REST 2. WALKING EXPERIENCE

16' - 6 1/2" SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

O.T.A 2

3. READING THE HISTORY

IAD440, TUE DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

59' - 0"

JANITORY B04

B06

STORAGE

C

B05

A701

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

68' - 8 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

MECHANICAL

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

A104

TOILET

SHEET 6 OF 18

B03 UP 41' - 8 1/2"

3

H

ELECTRICAL

A802

B07

8' - 11"

16' - 9 1/2" UP

O.T.A UP

TELEPHONE B08

DN

UP

9' - 8 1/2"

UP

4

A

A202

A

A201

N

N

BASEMENT

UP

1

Basement

2

GROUND FLOOR

DN

58

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN

D

C

A

B

99' - 10 1/2"

20' - 7"

29' - 5"

28' - 0"

21' - 10 1/2" 1

B

A203

12' - 4"

PANTRY 202

F

A703

RECEPTION

10' - 1 1/2"

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

A102

17' - 6 1/2" 4' - 1"

UP

210

11' - 0 1/2"

205

TOILET

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

A802

MEDIUM CONF.

209

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

I

A802

JANITORY

211

3. POSITION OF STAFFS

IAD440, TUE DATE: MAY 13, 2016

68' - 8 1/2"

G

ATRIUM

204

2

UP

203

SMALL CONF.

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

10' - 6"

SMALL CONF.

UP

10' - 2 1/2"

2. GATHERING IDEA

206

44' - 6 1/2"

7' - 10 1/2"

OPEN OFFICE

10' - 4"

G

A703

ENTRANCE

1. WORKING ENVIRONMENT UP

201

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

A

A202

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER 38TH GRAHAM ST.

E

SHEET 4 OF 18

13' - 5 1/2" 1

Basement

2

GROUND FLOOR

3

SECOND FLOOR

4

THIRD FLOOR

3 DN

14' - 5 1/2"

SUPPLIES 207

E

OPEN OFFICE

A702

208

9' - 9" 4 A

A201

1

N

N

SECOND FLOOR

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

C

D

A

A202

11' - 7"

10' - 11"

7' - 0 1/2"

26' - 1"

1 DN

ART DIRECTOR 301

SENIOR EDITOR 302

SENIOR W. EDITOR

JANITORY

303

308

23' - 7"

8' - 10 1/2"

LATGE CONF. 309

1. EXPERIENCE OF ADVENTURE UP

2. BREAK THE WALL

UP

11' - 3 1/2"

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

3. FUNCTIONAL ARRANGMENT

TOILET 307

IAD440, TUE DN

UP

2

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

310

68' - 8 1/2"

H

305

OFFICE MANAGER 306

311

Basement

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

2

EGRESS PLAN

GROUND FLOOR

3

A001

DN

3' - 7 1/2"

3' - 10" F

IAD440, TUE

SHEET 5 OF 18

CONTROLLER 1

A103

UP

304

MARKETING DIRECTOR

SCALE : 1/8”= 1’-0”

11' - 2"

HR OFFICE

THRID FLOOR PLAN

UP

313

16' - 0 1/2"

ATRIUM

A703

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

68' - 8 1/2"

12' - 5 1/2"

REGIONAL OFFICE

SHEET 2 OF 18

A802

17' - 10 1/2"

13' - 4"

ACCOUNTING

11' - 3"

16' - 4"

312

DN

19' - 8 1/2"

9' - 9" 4

1

N

THRID FLOOR

3

60

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

N

DN

A

A201

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

11' - 2 1/2"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER 38TH GRAHAM ST.

3' - 3"

38TH GRAHAM ST.

4' - 2"

4' - 4 1/2" 3' - 1"

A203

A

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

20' - 7"

B

B

99' - 10 1/2"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

E

SECOND FLOOR

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BASEMENT REFLECTED CEILING PLAN A

B

C

D

E

1

LIGHTING LEGENT PENDANT LIGHT FLOURENCE PENDANT LIGHT

SA

SA

SA

TRACK LIGHT SPRINKLER SA

SMOKE ALARM

EX

EXHAUST FAN WALL MOUNTED EXIT LIGHT

SA SA EX

3 4

SA

FLOS String Light

TRACK LIGHT

WALL MOUNTED

EX

PENDANT LIGHT

SA EX SA

SA

SA

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GROUND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN 4

EQ EQ

11' - 1 1/2"

EQ

RECESSED LIGHT

1

EXPOSED CEILING AT 13’-2” 10' - 4" 8'- 5"

5' - 7"

109

EQ

10' - 10 1/2"

7'- 11 1/2"

EQ

SA

EQ

EQ

EQ

4' - 1 1/2"

5' - 1"

8'- 3"

3'- 1"

LIGHTING LEGENT

A

8'- 5"

5' - 3 1/2"

GYP. CEILING FROM 10’-0” TO 11’-10”

EQ

EQ

EQ

6'- 4 1/2"

3'- 7 1/2"

4'- 2 1/2"

6'- 5 1/2"

SA

11' - 0"

5'- 6 1/2"

8'- 3"

EQ

EQ

105

SA

8'- 9"

4' - 8"

11'- 3 1/2"

EQ STAIR BOTTOM COVERED WITH WD. CEILINGtt

EQ

4' - 9 1/2"

5'- 8"

9'- 1 1/2"

7'- 4"

9'- 1 1/2"

7' - 7"

4'- 3"

EQ

5'- 6 1/2"

8'- 6"

B

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT 38TH GRAHAM ST.

1'- 7"

106

C

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

D

4'- 2 1/2"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

4'- 2 1/2"

6'- 9"

1'- 11"

1'- 11"

E

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0” EQ

SA 6' - 1 1/2"

107

EX

GROUND FLOOR RCP

104 GYP. CEILING AT 11’-0”

EX EQ

LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT 9' - 0"

12' - 7"

ACOUSTICAL CEILING AT 8’-0”

GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0”

3

EQ

EQ

SA EX

1

15' - 0"

5' - 0" 3' - 6"

CEILING MOUNTED LIGHT SMOKE ALARM EXHAUST FAN EXIT LIGHT

SHEET 10 OF 16

RECESSED LIGHT

PENDANT LIGHT

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT

RECESSED LIGHT

GYP. CEILING AT 10’-6”

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT

4' - 11" GYP. CEILING AT 10’-0”

4' - 0"

SA

TRACK LIGHT

LEGEND

PENDANT LIGHT

4' - 11 1/2"

LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT

SA

SPRINKLER

A301 TRACK LIGHT

108

12' - 0"

SA GYP. CEILING EX AT 8’-0”

EX

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

EQ

RECESSED LIGHT PUT IN THE CENTER OF EACH PANEL

MIRROR FINISH 4’x8’AT 10’-0”

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

SA

EQ

EQ

SA

SA

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

103 GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0” 3' - 4"

CUSTOM CEILING PANEL AT MIN.15’-10” TO MAX. 23’-0”

IAD440, TUE

STRIP LIGHT

FLOURENCE PENDANT LIGHT

2 LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT

PENDANT LIGHT

STRIP LIGHT SPRINKLER TRACK LIGHT

102

FLOURENCE PENDANT LIGHT 10'- 6 1/2"

GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0”

10'- 6 1/2"

MIRROR FINISH 4’x8’ AT10’-0”

15' - 0"

101

CEILING MOUNTED LIGHT

SA

4' - 0

4

EX

SMOKE ALARM

FLOS Pure Track

EXHAUST FAN EXIT LIGHT

ENTRANCE

62

GROUND FLOOR RCP

2

11' - 0"

11' - 0"

7' - 0 1/2" 1' - 3 1/2"

N

12' - 2"

3

YIHUNG CHANG

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FLOS String Light

Nora Low Votage Recessed


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SECOND FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN A

B

C

D

E

LIGHTING LEGENT 1

RECESSED LIGHT LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT PENDANT LIGHT TRACK LIGHT SPRINKLER SA

SMOKE ALARM

EX

EXHAUST FAN EXIT LIGHT

SA EX

EX

SA

3

TRACK LIGHT

4

FLOS Pure Track

YIHUNG CHANG

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Philips Flat Disk

PENDANT LIGHT

FLOS String Light

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT

Nora Low Votage Recessed

2ND FLOOR RCP

63


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THIRD FLOOR REFLECTED CEILING PLAN B

A

B

A

LIGHTING LEGENT

99' - 10 1/2" 11' - 2 1/2"

11' - 7"

10' - 11"

7' - 0 1/2"

26' - 1"

DN

SA ART DIRECTOR 301

SENIOR EDITOR 302

SENIOR W. EDITOR

JANITORY

303

308

309

EX

23' - 7"

8' - 10 1/2"

LATGE CONF.

SA

RECESSED LIGHT

1

4' - 4 1/2" 3' - 1"

1

38TH GRAHAM ST.

3' - 3"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

4' - 2"

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

20' - 7"

A203

C

D

A

A202

B

C

D

E E

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT PENDANT LIGHT STRIP LIGHT SPRINKLER TRACK LIGHT

11' - 3 1/2"

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

TOILET

SA

307

2

IAD440, TUE DATE: MAY 13, 2016

EX

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

REGIONAL OFFICE 310

SA

304

MARKETING DIRECTOR 305

H

SA

OFFICE MANAGER 306

A703

CONTROLLER 311

EX

EXHAUST FAN

A103 SHEET 5 OF 18

TRACK LIGHT

3

3

3' - 7 1/2"

3' - 10" F

THRID FLOOR PLAN

11' - 2"

HR OFFICE

SA

EX

SMOKE ALARM EXIT LIGHT

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

68' - 8 1/2"

313

SA

EX

16' - 0 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

ATRIUM

SA

12' - 5 1/2"

SA

SA

RECESSED LIGHT

PENDANT LIGHT

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT

A802

17' - 10 1/2"

13' - 4"

ACCOUNTING 312

11' - 3"

16' - 4"

DN

19' - 8 1/2"

9' - 9"

A

A201

64

THIRD FLOOR RCP

1

4

4

N FLOS Pure Track

THRID FLOOR

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FLOS String Light

Nora Low Votage Recessed


E

D

C

B

A

ROOF TOP

11' - 1"

42' - 8 1/2"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

ELEVATION FROM SOUTH

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER 34TH GRAHAM ST.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

IAD440, FRI ROOF EDGE 31' - 7 1/2"

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

7' - 11 1/2"

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

BUILDING ELEVATION LEVEL 3

9' - 6"

23' - 8"

A201 SHEET 7 OF 19

LEVEL 2

14' - 2"

14' - 2"

GROUND LEVEL 0' - 0"

A

EAST SIDE ELEVATION

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65


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SECTION FROM EAST

1

2

3

4

1. NATURAL SUNLIGHT 2. WIND CIRCULATION UP

3. VERTICAL CIRCULATION UP

LEVEL 3 23' - 8"

LEVE 2 14' - 2" UP

DN

GROUND FLOOR 0' - 0"

BASEMENT -10' - 8"

SECTION NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

66

SECTIONS

DESIGN CONCEPT

FLOOR PLAN & LAYOUT

ELEVATION & SECTION

1/4” = 1’-0”

PROCESS DRAWING

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ELEVATION FROM NORTH

B

A

C

D

E

1. NATURAL SUNLIGHT 2. WIND CIRCULATION IN ENTIRE BUILDING UP UP

LEVEL 2 14' - 2"

UP

LEVEL 3 23' - 8"

GROUND LEVEL 0' - 0"

BASEMENT -10' - 8"

SECTION NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

DESIGN CONCEPT

FLOOR PLAN & LAYOUT

ELEVATION & SECTION

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PROCESS DRAWING

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SECTIONS

67


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LOBBY AND CAFE ELEVATIONS

B UP

UP DN

UP

A UP

UP DN

DN

A

68

LOBBY

LOBBY & CAFE ELEVATIONS

B

CAFE

YIHUNG CHANG

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RETAIL AND EXHIBITION ELEVATIONS

D

C UP UP

UP

UP

MAIN EXHIBITION SPACE

DN

D

UP

UP

RETAIL SPACE

UP

DN

UP

C

DN

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RETAIL & EXHIBITION ELEVATIONS

69


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UP UP

OFFCE RECEPTION AND PANTRY ELEVATIONS UP

E

F

B

E

70

F

OFFICE RECEPTION

OFFICE RECEPTION & PANTRY ELEVATIONS

YIHUNG CHANG

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OFFICE PANTRY

1/2” = 1’-0”


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UP

UP

UP

UP

DN

DN

UP

UP

OPEN OFFICE AND PRIVATE OFFICE ELEVATIONS UP

UP

UP

UP

H DN

DN

G

DN

H

OPEN OFFICE ELEVATIONS

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DN

G

PRIVATE OFFICE

OPEN OFFICE & PRIVATE OFFICE ELEVATION

71


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LOBBY PERSPECTIVE

UP

UP DN

UP

UP

UP DN

72

LOBBY AREA

YIHUNG CHANG

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ENTRANCE TO EXHIBITION SPACE

UP

UP DN

UP

UP

UP DN

YIHUNG CHANG

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EXHIBITION ENTRANCE

73


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

EXHIBITION STAIR

UP

UP DN

UP

UP

UP DN

74

GROUND FLOOR EXHIBITION

YIHUNG CHANG

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ARCHIVE

UP

UP UP UP DN

YIHUNG CHANG

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BASEMENT ARCHIVE

75


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

OFFICE RECEPTION AREA

UP

UP UP UP DN

76

OFFICE RECEPTION

YIHUNG CHANG

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OPEN WORKING STATION

UP

UP UP UP DN

YIHUNG CHANG

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OPEN OFFICE

77


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

OFFICE MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM

UP

UP UP UP DN

78

MEDIUM CONF.

YIHUNG CHANG

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WAITING AREA

UP

UP UP UP DN

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CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS DOCUMENTS SET / SPEC SHEETS


2. THE GENERAL CONTRACTOR (GC) SHALL REVIEW ALL DOCUMENTS AND VERIFY ALL DIMENSION AND FIELD CONDITIONS AND SHALL CONFIRM THAT WORK IS BUILDABLE AS SHOWN, ANY CONFLICTS, OR OMISSION, ETC. PERFORMANCE OF ANY WORK IN QUESTION. THE GC SHALL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR COR

RECTION OF ALL WORK. AS DIRECTED BY ARCHITECT. FOR WHICH THE ARCHITECT WAS NOT NOTIFIED IN ADVANCE 3. ALL DIMENSIONS TO BE TAKEN FROM NUMBERIC DESIGNATIONS ONLY DIMENSIONS ARE NOT TO BE SCALE OFF OF DRAWINGS. 4. IN CASE OF CONFLICT BETWEEN ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEER’S DRAWING IN LOCATION MATERIAL/ EQUIPMENT THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER SHALL BE NOTIFIED IMMEDIATELY FOR CLARIFCATION. 5. WORK AREAS ARE TO REMAIN SECURE AND LOCABLE DURING CONSTRUCTION GC SHALL COORDI NATE WITH OWNER TO ENSURITY. FINAL CLEANING INCLUDING BUT IS NOT LIMITED TO CLEANING OF ALL GLASS. GLOSSYT SURFACES, FLOORS, DOORS, FRAMS, AND WALL BASE,

GRAPHIC SYMBOL LEGEND N PROJECT NORTH

10. GC TO VERIFY THAT EXISTING CONCRETE FLOORS ARE LEVEL, SMOOTH, AND FREE FROM SCALING. GC TO REPORT ANY VERIATIONS IN FLOOR LEVEL GREATER THEN 1/4” IN 10’-0”

82

COVER SHEET

CONTRACTOR: JOE SMITH MATAROZZI/ PELSINGER BUILDING, INC. 355 11TH STREET, SUITE 200 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 TEL: 415- 666- 6666 FAX: 415- 888- 8888 EMAIL: JOESMITH@GMAIL.COM

SCALE :

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

COVER SHEET

A000

SITE MAP

BUILDING SECTION REFERANCE DRAWING NUMBER WALLSECTION OR ELEVATION REFERANCE DRAWING NUMBER

7. ALL MANUFACTURED ARTICLES, MATERIALS, AND EQUIPMENT SHALL BE APPLIED, CONNECTED, ERECTED, CLEANNED AND CONDITIONED DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS AND THE CONTRACT DOCUMENTS, THE GC SHALL NOTIFY THE ARCHITECT AND OWNER BEFORE PROCEED.

9. GC SHALL HAVE A FULL-TIME REPRESENTATIVE PRESENT IN THE BUILDING AT ALL TIMES WHILE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES ARE UNDERWAY ON-SITE.

ARCHITECT” YI HUNG CHANG (MADA) 2432 15TH AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO, CA, 94110 CELL: 415- 217- 9999 OFFICE: 415- 555- 5555 EMAIL: YCHANG13@GMAIL.COM

SHEET 1 OF 19

6. SUBSTITUTIONS, REVISIONS, OR CHANGES SHALL BE SUNMITTED TO ARCHITECT AND OWNER (IN CONFORMANCE WITH SPECIFIED PROCEDURES) PROIOR TO PURCHASE, FABRICATION, OR INSTALLATION.

8. GC IS TO ASSUME THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY FOR JOB SITE CONDITIONS, INCLUDING, SAFETY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY DURING THE DURATION OF THE PROJECT.

PROJECT DIRECTORY CLIENT/ OWNER: NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 38ST GRAHAM ST. SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA, 94129 CEL: 415- 104- 7878 OFFICE: 415- 299- 2000 EMAIL:

34TH GRAHAM ST.

A. INTERNATIONAL BUILDING CODE,2012 (CALIFORNIA BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS 2012, AND SAN FRANCISCO BUILDING CODE AMENDMENTS 2012) B. UNIFORM MECHANICAL CODE (U.M.C.), 2012 C. NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE (N.E.C.), 2011 D. UNIFORM PLUMBING CODE (U.P.C.), 2009 E. INTERNATIONAL FIRE CODE (I.F.C.), 2009 F. AMERICANS WITH DISABILIIES ACT (A.D.A.) G. STATE AND LOCAL MOICIPAL ORDINANCES AND AMENDMENTS TO THE CODES.

PROJECT NAME/ ADDRESS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER 1ST GRAHAM ST. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94129

ABBREVIATIONS LIST EQUAL EQ TYPICAL TYP. ABOVE FINISHED FLOOR AFF. TREAD T RISER R CABINET CAB DRAWER DWR WOOD WD. CARPET CPT. CONCRETE CONC. SLATE TILE SLT WOOL CARPET WLC PAINT PT GLASS GLA SQUARE FEET SF CEILING MOUNTED CLG-MTD DISHWASHER DW REFRIGERATOR REF EXISTING (E) DOWN, DEPTH D UP Y WITH W UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED U.0.N

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

GENERAL NOTES 1. ALL WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE APPLICABLE CODES. AMENDMENTS. ORDINANCES, LAWS. OR DERS, APPROVALS, ETC. THAT ARE REQUIRED BY PUBLIC AUTHORITIES IN THE EVENT OF CONFLICT. WORK SHALL COMPLY WITH THE MOST STREGENT REQUIREMENT. REQUIRMENTS INCLUDE. BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO THE CURRENT APPLICABLE EDITIONS OR PUBLICATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING:

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

DETAIL REFERANCE DRAWING NUMBER SHEET INDEX SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET

YIHUNG CHANG

A000 A001 A101 A102 A103 A104 A201 A202 A203 A301

COVER SHEET EGRESS PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN THIRD FLOOR PLAN BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN EXTERIOR ELEVATION SOUTH SECTION EAST SECTION GROUND FLOOR R.C.P

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SHEET A401 SHEET A501 SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET SHEET

A601 A701 A702 A703 A801 A802 A901

GROUND FINISHING PLAN GROUND FURNITURE PLAN/ ELECTRICAL PLAN TOILET ENLARGE PLAN INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS DETALS DETAILS FINISH SCHEDULE


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

34TH GRAHAM ST.

DN

UP

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

UP

UP

SCALE : 1/8”= 1’-0”

IAD440, FRI

UP

UP

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

1

Basement

2

EGRESS PLAN

GROUND FLOOR

DN

A001 SHEET 2 OF 19

MAIN CIRCULATION SECONDARY CIRCULATION

DN

N

3

SECOND FLOOR

4

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EGRESS

83


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E

A

12' - 6"

8' - 1"

A202

4' - 2"

D

C

24' - 7 1/2"

5' - 5"

B

11' - 2"

24' - 9 1/2"

A

RETAIL STORE 105

LOADING DOCK 109

B

A701

25' - 0 1/2"

UP

20' - 9"

106

9' - 9 1/2"

O.T.B

34TH GRAHAM ST.

13' - 2"

O.T.B

CAFE

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

B

A203

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

1

6' - 1"

2 SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

EXHIBITION

IAD440, FRI

107

D

A702

MULTIPURPOSE ROOM 108

104

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

68' - 8 1/2"

JANITORY

41' - 0"

103

21' - 4 1/2"

18' - 4 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

PUBLIC TOILET

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

A101

33' - 11"

DN

3

SHEET 3 OF 19

C

O.T.B

23' - 6"

LOBBY

9' - 10"

A801

A

A701

101

102

9' - 9"

13' - 7"

HALLWAY A

A801

UP 4

5' - 7 1/2" 4' - 9"

84

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

N

ENTRANCE 12' - 4"

A

1

GROUND FLOOR

A201

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D

C

A

B

99' - 10 1/2"

20' - 7"

29' - 5"

28' - 0"

21' - 10 1/2" 1

B

A203

12' - 4"

PANTRY 202

F

A703

RECEPTION 201

10' - 2 1/2"

10' - 1 1/2"

203

210

11' - 0 1/2"

205

TOILET

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

A802

MEDIUM CONF.

209

IAD440, FRI

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

I

A802

JANITORY

211

204

2

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

68' - 8 1/2"

G

ATRIUM

SMALL CONF.

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

10' - 6"

SMALL CONF.

206

44' - 6 1/2"

7' - 10 1/2"

OPEN OFFICE

10' - 4"

G

A703

ENTRANCE

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

A

A202

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER 34TH GRAHAM ST.

E

A102

17' - 6 1/2" 4' - 1"

SHEET 4 OF 19

13' - 5 1/2" 3

207

E

14' - 5 1/2"

SUPPLIES

OPEN OFFICE

A702

208

9' - 9" 4 A

A201

1

N

SECOND FLOOR

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C

D

A

A202

11' - 2 1/2"

11' - 7"

10' - 11"

7' - 0 1/2"

26' - 1"

1 DN

ART DIRECTOR 301

SENIOR EDITOR

SENIOR W. EDITOR

302

JANITORY

303

308

23' - 7"

8' - 10 1/2"

LATGE CONF. 309

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

3' - 3"

34TH GRAHAM ST.

4' - 2"

4' - 4 1/2" 3' - 1"

B

A

99' - 10 1/2"

20' - 7"

A203

B

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

E

11' - 3 1/2"

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

TOILET 307

2

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

310

H

313 304

MARKETING DIRECTOR 305

OFFICE MANAGER 306

CONTROLLER 311

A103 SHEET 5 OF 19

3

3' - 7 1/2"

3' - 10" F

THRID FLOOR PLAN

11' - 2"

HR OFFICE

16' - 0 1/2"

ATRIUM

A703

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

68' - 8 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

12' - 5 1/2"

REGIONAL OFFICE

A802

17' - 10 1/2"

13' - 4"

ACCOUNTING 312

11' - 3"

16' - 4"

DN

19' - 8 1/2"

9' - 9" 4 A

A201

86

THIRD FLOOR PLAN

1

THRID FLOOR

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D

B

C

A

99' - 10 1/2" 44' - 6"

30' - 9 1/2" 1

B

A203

O.T.A 27' - 0"

EXHIBITION

ARCHIVE B01

B02 UP 8' - 11"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

24' - 7 1/2"

34TH GRAHAM ST.

A

A202

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

E

16' - 6 1/2" SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

O.T.A 2

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

59' - 0"

JANITORY B04

B06

STORAGE

C

B05

A701

BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN

68' - 8 1/2"

68' - 8 1/2"

MECHANICAL

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

A104

TOILET

SHEET 6 OF 19

B03 UP 41' - 8 1/2"

3

H

ELECTRICAL

A802

B07

8' - 11"

16' - 9 1/2"

O.T.A TELEPHONE B08

9' - 8 1/2"

UP

4

A

A202

A

A201

N

BASEMENT

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D

C

B

A

ROOF TOP

11' - 1"

42' - 8 1/2"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

E

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER 34TH GRAHAM ST.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

IAD440, FRI ROOF EDGE 31' - 7 1/2"

DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

7' - 11 1/2"

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

BUILDING ELEVATION LEVEL 3

9' - 6"

23' - 8"

SHEET 7 OF 19

LEVEL 2

14' - 2"

14' - 2"

GROUND LEVEL 0' - 0"

A

88

EXTERIOR ELEVATION

EAST SIDE ELEVATION

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3

4

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

2

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

1

34TH GRAHAM ST.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 LEVEL 3 23' - 8"

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

9' - 6"

WEST SECTION

LEVEL 2 14' - 2"

A202

14' - 2"

SHEET 8 OF 19

GROUND LEVEL

10' - 8"

0' - 0"

BASEMENT -10' - 8"

A

WESTERN SECTION

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C

D

E

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

B

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

A

34TH GRAHAM ST.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER

SCALE : 1/4”= 1’-0”

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 LEVEL 3 23' - 8"

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

9' - 6"

NORTH SECTION

LEVEL 2 14' - 2"

A203

14' - 2"

SHEET 9 OF 19

GROUND LEVEL

10' - 8"

0' - 0"

BASEMENT -10' - 8"

B

90

NORTH SECTION

SOUTHERN SECTION

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7'- 11 1/2"

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3'- 1"

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11' - 1 1/2"

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11' - 0"

5'- 6 1/2"

8'- 3"

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105

5' - 3 1/2"

GYP. CEILING FROM 10’-0” TO 11’-10” 4' - 1 1/2"

3'- 7 1/2"

4'- 2 1/2"

6'- 5 1/2" EQ

EQ

SA

8'- 9"

4' - 8"

11'- 3 1/2"

STAIR BOTTOM COVERED WITH WD. CEILINGtt

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5'- 8"

9'- 1 1/2"

7'- 4"

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9'- 1 1/2"

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5'- 6 1/2"

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LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT

SA 6' - 1 1/2"

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RECESSED LIGHT PUT IN THE CENTER OF EACH PANEL

GROUND FLOOR RCP

104 GYP. CEILING AT 11’-0”

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LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT 9' - 0"

12' - 7"

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15' - 0"

5' - 0" 3' - 6"

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LEGEND RECESSED LIGHT

GYP. CEILING AT 10’-6”

LOW VOTAGE RECESSED LIGHT

4' - 11" GYP. CEILING AT 10’-0”

4' - 0"

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PENDANT LIGHT

4' - 11 1/2"

LED STRIP LIGHT 2000K LIGHT

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ACOUSTICAL CEILING AT 8’-0”

GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0”

12' - 0"

SA GYP. CEILING EX AT 8’-0”

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

EQ

SA

MIRROR FINISH 4’x8’AT 10’-0”

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

SA

EQ

EQ

GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0” 3' - 4"

CUSTOM CEILING PANEL AT MIN.15’-10” TO MAX. 23’-0”

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STRIP LIGHT SPRINKLER TRACK LIGHT

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FLOURENCE PENDANT LIGHT 10'- 6 1/2"

GYP. CEILING AT 8’-0”

10'- 6 1/2"

MIRROR FINISH 4’x8’ AT10’-0”

15' - 0"

101

CEILING MOUNTED LIGHT

SA

4' - 0

4

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SMOKE ALARM EXHAUST FAN EXIT LIGHT

ENTRANCE

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11' - 0"

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CONC.2

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WD1

NAME: WHITE ASH MANUF. : SHINNOKI

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NAME: RAW WOOD MANUF. : SHINNOKI

TILE

NAME: TILE MANUF. :

WD

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NAME: SAWN SURFACE STONE MANUF. : IACONCIG

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NAME: SLATE VENEER MANUF. : QUALITY STONE

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GROUND FURNITURE /ELECTRICAL PLAN

104 S

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2. ALL NEW ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND APPLIANCES TO BE INSTALLED ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURE’S RECOMMENDATIONS. 3. ELECTRICAL SERVICE POWER TO BE EVALUATED TO MEET IN ACCORDANCE WITH ALL LIGHTING / ELECTRICAL ITEMS PROPER POWER LEVEL SHALL BE PROVIDED.

D

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4. CONTRACTOR TO NOTIFY OWNER PRIOR TO INSTALLING BOXES FOR ALL RECESSED/ SURFACEMOUNTED FIXTURES, SWITCHES, POWER/ DATA/ PHONE OUTLETS, ALL LOCATIONS TO BE VERIFIED AND DETERMINED IN FIELD BY A :WALK- THROUGH” WITH OWNER AND ARCHITECTS.

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5. OUTLETS IN KITCHENS, TOILET ROOMS, LAUNDRY, AND ANY OTHER “WET AREAS” SHALL HAVE GROUND FAUIT INTERRUPITOR CIRCUITS (GFIC).

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6. STYLE OF SWICHES/ OUTLETS TO BE COORDINATED WITH, AND APPROVED BY OWNER AND ARCHITECT. 7. ALL DIMENSIONS ARE TO FINISH SURFACE, U,O.N. ON DRAWINGS. - WALL-MOUNT ALL POWER/ DARA/ PHONE OUTLETS/ JACKS AT 18” TO CENTERLINE A.F.F., O.U.N. ON DRAWING. - WALL-MOUNT ALL SWITCHES/OUTLETS ABOVE COUNTERS AT 42” TO CENTERLINE A.F.F., O.U.N. ON DRAWING. 8. ALL NEW LIGHTING. ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS TO BE IN ACCORDING WITH CALIFORNIA TITLE 24. REQUIREMENTS.

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B.B

NORTH SIDE ELEVATION

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

TOILET ENLARGED AND ELEVATIONS

A601 SHEET 13 OF 19

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Level 2

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SCALE : 1/2”= 1’-0”

1’- 3” 2’- 5”

2’- 0”

E A801

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0" 3’- 8”

6’- 0”

3’- 9”

3’- 7 1/2”

3’- 7 1/2”

7’- 3 1/2”

6’- 0”

23’- 0 1/2” 0’- 5 1/2”

0’- 5 1/2”

3’- 10 1/2”

1’- 5 1/2”

RETAIL SPACE ELEVATION

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LOBBY ELEVATION

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8’- 6”

B

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23’- 3 1/2”

IAD440, FRI

3’- 6”

1’- 2”

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2’- 0”

OPEN TO CAFE

10’- 0”

2’- 3”

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7’- 1 1/2”

11’- 10”

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0’- 7”

17’- 0”

22’- 9 1/2”

0’- 7”

Basement -10' - 8" 13’- 10 1/2”

58’- 8”

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6’- 2 1/2”

4’- 3 1/2”

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1’- 4” 3’- 9”

2’- 5”

SCALE : 1/2”= 1’-0”

Level 1 0' - 0" 20’- 1 1/2”

34TH GRAHAM ST.

OPEN TO RETAIL STORE

2’- 8”

OPEN TO RETAIL STORE

1’- 6 1/2”

11’- 10”

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13’- 3 1/2” IAD440, FRI

48’- 1 1/2”

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

D

CAFE ELEVATION DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG 13’- 3 1/2” 2’- 2”

D

8’- 6”

1’- 7 1/2”

1’- 7 1/2”

8’- 6”

1’- 7 1/2”

1’- 7 1/2”

8’- 6”

1’- 7 1/2”

1’- 7 1/2”

8’- 6”

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

2’- 2”

C

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

B

A702 18’- 6”

10’- 6”

SHEET 15 OF 19

Third Floor 23' - 8"

8’- 9 1/2”

OPEN

8’- 0”

F

A802

Second Floor

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OPEN OFFICE ELEVATION

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0’- 9”

0’- 9”

D

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IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016

1’- 11”

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

1’- 4 1/2”

12’- 3 1/2”

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

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28’- 0”

1’- 10”

6’- 0”

8’- 6”

2’- 6”

3’- 6”

2- 10 1/2”

6’- 3 1/2”

8- 0”

2’- 3”

1’- 11”

B

1’- 10”

7’- 5 1/2”

4- 0”

9- 4”

Level 2 14' - 2"

6"- 0”

Level 2 14' - 2"

12’- 5”

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3' - 6 1/2"

(E) STEEL BEAM 1/4” GYP. BOARD

TAPERED NOGGIN CRL LAGUNA SERIES GLASS

13' - 1 1/2"

6' - 0"

CRL LAGUNA SERIES GLASS

10' - 0"

PLASTERBOARD GLASS WALL FRAME

GLASS WALL FRAME RUBBER

SCALE :

1/4 GYP. BOARD

1/4” Sawn Stone Cover 3' - 4 1/2"

TRANSLUCENT ARCYLIC BOARD

CRL LAGUNA SERIES GLASS

0' - 3"

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

8' - 3"

2' - 6 1/2"

Ground Level Floor 1 0'0' --0"0"

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

13' - 0 1/2" 0' - 3"

FRONT GATE DETAIL, CONNECT TO CEILING

3" = 1'-0"

B

3" = 1'-0"

TUNNEL DETAIL, DISPLAY WINDOW

A

DETAILS

0' - 3"

1/2" = 1'-0"

TUNNEL DETAIL

STAINLESS BASEBOARD

3

TRANSLUCENT ARCYLIC BOARD RUBBER GLASS WALL FRAME

PLYWOOD W/ PRE-DRILLED HOLE

PLYWOOD

WOOD STUD

STAINLESS VENNER

Level Level19 0' 0' -- 0" 0"

0' - 9"

PLYWOOD W/ PRE-DRILLED HOLES

1' - 1 1/2" 1' - 7"

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FRONT GATE DETAIL, CONNECT TO GROUND

3" = 1'-0"

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WOOD STUD W/ STAINLESS VENNER

E

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016

1' - 9 1/2"

D

34TH GRAHAM ST.

2 1/2” X 1 1/4” METAL STUD

2 1/2” X 1 1/4” METAL STUD

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STAINLESS STEEL FRAMING WOOD STUD

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WOOD WHITE ASH COVERING

TRANSLUCENT ARCYLIC BOARD 1/4” PALLETS WOOD PLANK

1' - 7" 0' - 6 1/2" 1' - 0 1/2"

0' - 5 1/2"

0' - 3 1/2" 0' - 3"

0' - 6 1/2"

0' - 6 1/2"

0' - 4"

0' - 6 1/2"

Level 3 23' - 8"

0' - 6"

SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129

GLASS WALL FRAME RUBBER

34TH GRAHAM ST.

2”x2” METAL TUBE

2”X 2” METAL TUBE 2”X 2” METAL TUBE

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SCALE :

IAD440, FRI

Basement -10' - 8"

1' - 1"

DATE: MAY 13, 2016

2' - 0"

0' - 2 1/2"

DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG

3' - 0"

CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

H

3" = 1'-0"

STAIR STRUCTURE

F

3" = 1'-0"

THRID FLOOR OFFICE WALL, SECTION CUT

DETAILS

A802

GCB184 DOUBLE STUD GLASS CLAMP

SHEET 18 OF 19

GCB184 DOUBLE STUD GLASS CLAMP

CRL LAGUNA SERIES GLASS

CRL LAGUNA SERIES GLASS 1/4 GYP. BOARD

RUBBER

1/4” PLYWOOD

GLASS WALL FRAME 1/4 GYP. BOARD 1/4” PLYWOOD

2 1/2” X 1 1/4” METAL STUD

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MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM WALL DETAIL

2 1/2” X 1 1/4” METAL STUD

6" = 1'-0"

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FINISH SCHEDULE

FLOOR

LOBBY CONC.1&2 CONC.1 HALLWAY TILE PUBLIC TOILET CONC.1 JANITORY CONC.1 RETAIL STORE CAFE WD1 CONC. EXHIBITION MULTIPURPOSE ROOM WD1 CONC. LOADING DOCK

BASE SST SST SST SST SST SST SST WD ---

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CEILING E HEIGHT MATERIAL PT 42’-8 1/2” ---------------10’-0” MIRROR FINISHED PT 8’-0” GYPSUM BOARD PT GYPSUM BOARD 8’-0” PT 10’-0”~11’-0” MIRROR FINISHED --- 42’-8 1/2” -------------ST MIRROR FINISHED 10’-0” GYPSUM BOARD 10’-0” WD -------------13’-2” CONC.

34TH GRAHAM ST.

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SCALE :

IAD440, FRI DATE: MAY 13, 2016 DRAWN BY: Y.H CHANG CHECK BY: A.W, S.Z

FINISH SCHEDULE

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