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Yosephine Anglingdarma A collection of works 2015-2018


Curiculum Vitae


Resume Work Experience Company: Bair Balliet Location: Los Angeles, California Position: 3D modeler, Physical Model, Render, Photography Time: Summer 2015

Yosephine Anglingdarma T: 626 - 6 787827 E: yosephine.ang@gmail.com A: 138 N Beaudry Ave Los Angeles, CA 90012

Education 2000-2011 - Gandhi Memorial InternationalSchool 2011-2014 - Pasadena City College 2014 - Cal Poly Pomona 2015 - 2018- Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc)

Company: Undisclosable Location: Los Angeles, California Position: 3D modeler, Drafter Time: Summer 2015 Company: Griya Laras Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Position: 3D modeler Time: Summer 2014 Company: Image Creator Location: Jakarta, Indonesia Position : Drafter Time: Summer 2011 Company: Kingdom Business Community Location: Indonesia, Position: Graphic designer Time: Summer 2009

Language Fluency

Skills

Bahasa Indonesia English Mandarin

Rhino 5.0 Photoshop Illustrator Indesign Lumion Maya Vray Maxwell Revit Digital Project 3Ds Max Sketchup Zbrush


Table of Contents


(Ak.’sa.ra)

Apartheid

Cameo In Partnership with Htoo Khant

Kitchenette

Urban Decay

Excalibur In Partnership with Volver Zhang

Construction Document

Design Development

In Collaboration with Audrey Haliman, In Collaboration with Alex Hays, Stacy Yibo Feng & Zhiao Feng Han, Tarun Hari, & Angelo

Tectonics In Collaboration with Yibo Feng, Xitong Zhang & Zhiao Feng


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(Ak.’sa.ra) Instructor : Marcelo Spina DS 5040 : Thesis A project that speculates upon the dialogue between typography and typology, where the conversation results to ground and expand the architectural possibilities of the notions of characters. The project is a museum of writting located in SongDo, Incheon. Where the context is very vertical in contrast to the flat expansive site. Typology is the “Shed”, where itself is deployed in a way that it is shifted, multiplied and reoriented in an oblique manner to contrast the site. The arrangment allows for multiple spaces to function as an individual or as a conjoined spaces depending on the programs. This allows for programatic division amongst the museum and also allows for directed circulation. The typology creates an introduction to typography aspects of the project. Typography, creation of semantical characters formed by silhouettes. Creates these figural characters that behaves like a font. The creation originated from geometrical aspects of the Han Gul. The circles, the orthagonals and the notchs. Visible throughout the project both elevational and in plan as figural profiles, cutouts and pathways. The verticality of the context made sure that the characters could be seen through plans through adjacent buildings. The end of typology is the beginning of typography. Both metaphoircally and literally. The figural idea of writting a sentence, where it would have words and spaces applies on to the project itself. Creating a physcial manifestation and the embodiement of Aksara. A perfect habitat for the collection of word art.


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis


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Typographical Qualities

In the text “Animate Architecture: Twelve Reasons to get into Character,” Joseph Altshuler defines characters as buoyant elements that present diverse silhouettes or faces in different elevations. They function alone as well as collectively, producing the capacity for hidden pochee to be revealed. As Altshuler argues, “Characters are adaptable but most importantly they are adoptable.”


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis Typographical Characters created through the influence of Korean Letters with the O’s, the orthagonals and the notches that are adopted into the typology of a shed


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Axonometric Chunk


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis Axonometric Chunk both showing sectional qualities of the museum crowded with contemporary artist such as Barbara Kruger, and Christopher Wool.


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Sectional Qualities


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis Sectional Qualities of the Linear Typology erasing all notions of characters


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Sectional Qualities

Sectional Qualities showing the difference between the contrast of modernistic vs historical typography


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Sectional Qualities

Sectional Qualities of one of the museum exhibits with typography arts from Ahn Sang-Soo


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Sectional Qualities

Sectional Qualities of the ampitheater on top and on the bottom another museum exhibit by typography


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis

artist Ed Ruscha


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Overal Axonometric View Overall Project showcasing the interaction between typology (shed) and typography (characters). A result is a museum building with courtyard instances


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis The materiality of this project differs on the exterior and interior. While the material treatment is used to subtly accentuate the elongation of the project, and also has a quality of elegance. The exterior is made up of white concrete and zebra marble, whereas the interior is characterized by a contrast of pure white material with a reflective concrete finish in order to make sure that the center of attention is on the art pieces themselves.


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PLAN

Museum Floor Plan


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis Museum Typology Plan - The end of Typology is the beginning of Typography


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Render through one of the unique courtyards which showcases artist such as Kaws.


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis


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61'-0”

54'-0”

49'-0”

35'-0”

32'-0”

25'-0”

15'-6"

Section Drawing through Courtyard

Entrance Render showing characters as architecture medium for openings


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61’-0”

52’-0”

35’-0”

29’0”

23’-0”

Section Drawing through Museum Exhibit

A render that challenges the verticality of the site context with the horizontality of the project


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Top View

Physical Model Photos


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(Ak.’sa.ra) / DS Thesis

Side Elevations


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Apartheid Instructor : Ramiro Diaz Granados DS 1040 : DS 4A Studio AMIGAA Positions A project solving the aspects of volumetric partitioning. Each spaces in the house are made to be experienced volumetrically. The idea of punching subtracting and interlocking masses helps in creating this effect. The idea for the profram was that these volumetric seoarates inhabitant from the rest of the world. Thus the huge excavation of the site. From the street view, you only see just a part of the house which consists of guest housings. Guest are intentionally only allowed to be a spectator to the house. As you descend downwards the house, a realization that it is on a cantilievered mass on top of a pool suggesting the idea of baptizing idea to enter to the oasis. From then on is a free plan space consisting of the idea of fun. Whilst at the same time you also see punched in interior volumes that serves as the dividsion of the living quarters. Each subtracting mass suggests the idea of transitional spaces which is a semi indoor outdoor space. The outer space consists of the idea of a technological oasis filled with solar panels jungle. One of the constraints of the project is to develop a developable surgaces which was tackled by the help of the precedent of neil denari’s no mass house. External Reference: Neil Denari’s No Mass House As a precedent, It is a house that uses the idea of planar and conical surfaces. The idea behind this house is surfaces vs voids. These are shown best in the windows, which are created with two dierent proles that is setback creating a 3dimensional surface. These proles are derived from the arc of the circles and lines. Thus creating a valid planar surface for the inbetween surfaces.


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Apartheid \ DS 4A


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Site Analysis

Site Plan located in Palm Spring

30’

Parti 3

Parti 2 Area: 5500 sqft + 1500

Parti 1 Area: 5500 sqft + 1500 The building is longer on the vertical axis so that it appears as if to reach out towards the outer edges of the site. the first box is a cantilever (as seen in section) it is a way to greet the people coming back home. Swimming pool on the right side so that it gains exposure from the morning sun. The site also slopes down towards the garage.

30’

The house acts as if it is protecting the courtyard. This is intentional as to minimize direct sunlight. The first block is also a cantilever in order to provide shade for the programs below.

In this parti, due to the height restriction of 24’ the site is downsloped in order to create an elevated feeling of the house. This is to also introduce heirarchy in the organization of the house. The courtyard is situated in the middle of the house as if it was on display. The garage also lies beneathe the building.

68’ 15’

37’

15’

81’

The house itself is broken up into 3 pieces where each of the blocks are 1800 sqft of area.

10’

60’

30’

30’

50’

Swimming Pool Area: 609 sqft

30’

Garage

36’

Tennis Court Area 2808 sqft

30’ 40’2” 40’ Swimming Pool

80’6”

70’ 26’

78’ Garage Courtyard on the left side to prevent direct contact from the east sun

30’ 50’ 22’

57’11” Courtyard in the middle to absorb heat (effect of pool) during the day

9’ 20’

12’

12’

8’

10’ 11’

Garage

Partis

Swimming Pool

Home Home

Swimming Pool

Home

Tennis Court

Home

Swimming Pool

Garage


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Site : 555 W Vista Chino, Palm Springs, CA 92262

Apartheid \ DS 4A

12'-6"

10'-10"

0'-10"

1'-8"

0'-10"

21'-3" 1'-3"

24'-2"

7'-6"

Area = 5500 sqft + 1500 sqft (Garage)

4'-10" 5'-1"


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Precedent Analysis

Profile analysis lines constituting angled lines and circle arc

ProďŹ le Analysis of Neil Denari’s No Mass House constituting Lines and Circle Arc


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Apartheid \ DS 4A


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Precedent Analysis


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Analysis and Elevations

Sun Path Diagram

East Facade This part of the facade receives a rather medium sunlight of around 280kWh/m.

West Facade The West facade also reveives a medium amount of sunlight exposure of around 280 kWh/m.

South Facade The South Facade however receives a high amount of direct sunlight which is estimated as 560 kWh/m. Thus need an appropriate place to put solar panels.

North Facade This facade is the coolest of all foiur. Ranging from an average of 85kWh/m.

Solar Radiation Studies in Facade

West Elevation


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Apartheid \ DS 4A South Elevation

North Elevation


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Apartheid \ DS 4A


Plan & Sections

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Ground Floor Plan


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Apartheid \ DS 4A Section A-A

Section A-B


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Apartheid \ DS 4A


Plan & Sections

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Oasis Floor Plan


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Apartheid \ DS 4A Section A-C

Section A-D


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Physical Model Photos


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Apartheid \ DS 4A


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Fake House Instructor : Pavel Getov, David Ross AS 3041: Advanced Construction and Project Delivery In Collaboration with, Audrey Haliman, Yibo Feng, Zhiao Feng The course focuses on advanced methods of project delivery and construction documents incorporating digital technologies and investigating new models for linking design and construction processes. It introduces Building Information Modeling as one of the tools for realignment of the traditional relationships between the project stakeholders. Using a single unit residential building located in Los Angles, students will analyze and develop the architecture by creating a detailed 3d digital model and a set of 2d construction documents speciďŹ cally tailored for the design challenges of a single unit residential project. Lectures and site visits to fabricators and construction sites will further inform students of technical documentation methods for projects that are operating on the forefront of design and construction technologies to date.


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NOTES FOR SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING General: 1. Call for the underground plumbing inspection once all water, drain and underground gas lines are installed but prior to covering. An elevation certificate must be completed by a licensed civil engineer/ land surveyor and submitted at the time of inspection. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 2. Electrical conductors installed under the slab and junction boxes installed in the slab may be inspected at the same time as the Underground Plumbing Inspection, but prior to covering. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 3. Call for Foundation Inspection once the Under-Ground inspections have passed and once all footing and slab work is complete, but prior to pouring any concrete. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 4. Once the building is dried in, call for framing inspection once all framing, rough plumbing and electrical has been completed, but prior to covering. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 5. Typically these inspections are performed at the same time as the Framing Inspection and is referred to as a Framing Combo. This inspection is called once all plumbing, electrical, mechanical and gas systems have been installed, but prior to covering. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 6. Call for insulation inspection once the framing combo inspection has passed, but prior to covering. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 7. Call for the drywall inspection once the framing inspection has passed, but prior to covering. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 8. The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. Steel bonding and Underground inspections may be performed as a single Combo inspection.

WATER DISTRUBUTION 1. Water distribution piping shall conform 604.1 CPC 2. Water service must be sized per Appen 610.4 CPC 3. Pipe size to fixtures must conform to Ta 4. Pipes passing through concrete or mas wrapped. (312 CPC) 5. A water pressure reducing valve is requ PSI. (608.2 CPC) 6. Water service pipe must be a minimum (609.1 CPC) 7. Copper tube and ferrous piping installe comply with section 609.3 CPC. 8. Pipe joints and connections must comp 9. Pipes shall be tested by no less than the use. (609.4 CPC)

DRAIN & VENT 1. Sewer and drain piping must be of app CPC) 2. Drain and vents must be sized per Table the CPC. 3. Joints, unions and connections shall be section 705 of the CPC. 4. Pipes and fittings installed in the direct ately sloped. (708.1 CPC) 5. Pipes passing through or under footing arch or a sleeve. (312 CPC) 6. Fittings used for change of direction m section 706 of the CPC. 7. Piping shall be tested by a 1 foot head o CPC)

GAS PIPING 1. Gas piping shall be of an approved mat 2. Piping installed under the building slab sealed per section 1210.1.6 CPC. 3. Piping passing through the foundation and sealed per 1210.1.5 CPC. 4. Piping shall be sized according to sectio

UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC 1. Rigid galvanized and IMC conduit must (Table 300-5 CEC) 2. PVC conduit must be a min. of 18� in gr


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3. No more than 360 degrees is permitted between pull boxes. (344.26) 4. All PVC conduit and fittings must be min schedule 40 electrical dix A and C or per section type. (352.10 CEC) 5. PVC subject to sever damage must be schedule 80. (352.10(F) & able 610.3 CPC 352.12C CEC) onry shall be sleeved or 6. Buried wiring must be type UF of use for direct burial. (310-7 CEC) uired for pressure over 80 7. Buried wiring must be 24” below grade except GFCI protected branch circuits may be 12”. m of 12” below grade. (300-5. CEC) 8. All buried wiring must be protected out of ground. (300-5D CEC) ed under the slab shall 9. All junction boxes must be approved for the applicable location. (110-2 & 110-3 CEC) ply with section 605 CPC. 10. Grounding conductor will be inspected at time of Footing e working pressure for its’ Inspection. (Admin.)

m to NSF 61 and Table

proved materials. (701.1

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FOOTINGS AND SLAB 1. Footings and pads are per plans and specifications. 2. Footings a minimum of 12” into undisturbed soil. (R403.1.4 CRC) 3. Footing bottoms shall not be sloped no more than 1 in 10. (R403.1.5 CRC) 4. Footings are free of loose material and vegetation. (R403.1 CRC) 5. Reinforcing placement and splicing per plans or ACI 318. 6. Reinforcing separated from soil by 3” minimum. (R403.1 CRC) 7. Provide vapor barrier between soil and slab. (R506.2.3 CRC) 8. Minimum slab thickness per plans. 3.5” minimum. (R506.1 CRC) 9. Footings place adjacent to slopes shall comply with R403.1.7 of the CRC 10. Ground electrode installed in footing. (250.50.3 CEC)

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

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FRAMING 1. Anchor bolt spacing and plates installed property. (R403.1.6 & R403.1.6.1 CRC) 2. Hold-down devices and strapping installed per plan. (Plan) 3. Treated sill at exterior walls. (R317.1 CRC) 4. Joists closer than 18” to grade must be treated. (R317.1 CRC) terial. (1208.5 CPC) 5. Studs and joists are not over notched or bored. (R502.8, R602.6, b shall be encased and R802.1.8 CRC) 6. Install plate if notching or drilling top plate more than 50% of of slab shall be sleeved width. (R602.6.1 CRC) 7. Lumber is graded as kiln dried or moisture content under 15. on 1208.4 CPC. (CGBC) 8. Maximum height of window sills at egress windows less than 44”. t be a min. of 6” in ground. (R310.1 CRC) Note this is to clear opening not to rough sill. 9. Shear panel materials and nailing per plan. ound (Table 300-5 CEC)

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20. Drainage piping shall be tested by air. (712 CPC) ROUGH MECHANICAL AND GAS 1. HVAC attic installation walkway, ou 2. Equipment protected from physica 3. Ductwork in attic insulated. (604 & 4. Ductwork between garage and dw (R302.5.2 CRC) 5. Ductwork sealed and braced prope 6. Combustion air provided for gas ap 7. Gas vent (B-Vent) installation and te 8. Discharge of exhaust air. (504.3 CM 9. Clothes dryer exhaust 4” diameter 1 10. Range hood exhaust. (504.2 CMC) 11. Toilet room ventilation. (402.5 CM 12. Gas pipe sizing (1308.4 CMC) 13. Gas pipe properly supported (Tab 14. Manufacturers installation instruc PLUMBING appliances on site. 1. Install protective plates when studs or joists have been notched 15. Combustion air intake for pre-fab or bored. (312.9 CPC) California Energy Code) 2. Water distribution piping shall conform to NSF 61 and Table 16. Gas appliance venting. (802.6 CMC 604.1 CPC 17. Pressure test (1303 CMC) 3. Water pipe size to fixtures must conform to Table 610.3 CPC ROUGH ELECTRICAL 4. Drain piping must be of approved materials. (701.1 CPC) 1. 200 amp min. service. (230-79 CEC 7 2. Min. service feeder size (310-15B6 C 5. Drain and vents must be sized per Table 703.2 CPC 3. Service grounded to footing steel a 6. Joints, unions and connections shall be in accordance with (250-56 CEC) section 705 CPC 4. All panels must be approved for loc 7. Pipes and fittings installed in the direction of flow. (708.1 CPC) 110.20 CEC) 8. Fittings used for change of direction must be installed per 5. Conduit must be bushed and seale section 706 of the CPC (312-5(5)c CEC) 9. Properly support piping per Table 313.1of the CPC 6. Neutrals and grounds must be sepa 10. Provide approved black-flow prevention. (603.3 CPC) CEC) 11. Minimum size trap and trap arm per Table 702.1 & Table 1002.2 8 CPC. 7. Junction boxes must be properly su 12. Clothes washer standpipe between 18 and 30” above trap. (314-23 & 314-29 CEC) (804.1 CPC) 8. Junction box fill per 314-16 (A) and 13. Dishwasher drain and vent. (414 & 419.2 CPC) 9. Ceiling fan boxes must be approved 14. Proper venting and wet venting. (908, 909 & 910 CPC) 10. Recessed lighting cans must be th 15. Shower and tub/shower control valves. (409.3 CPC) 410.116 CEC) 16. Min. shower size, curb and lining. (408.5, 408.6 & 408.7 CPC) 11. Disconnect for air handler located 17. Min. clearances for vents above roof and clearance from open- (430-102B CEC) ings. (906 CPC) 12. Exposed Romex protected (300-4d 18. Elevate water 18 inches to burner above grade for gas water 13. Min wiring for branch circuits in K heaters. (308.1 CMC) rooms. (210-11, 210.19A4 & 210-24 19. Water pipes shall be tested by no less than the working pres- CEC) sure for its’ use. (609.4 CPC) 14. Min. range wire and circuit size. (2 10. Fire blocking at ceilings, soffits, stairs, and chases.(R302.11, R1001.12, R1001.5 CRC) 11. Framing and sheathing size and spacing per approved plans. (Plan) 12. Wood structural members fastened per Table (R602.3 CRC) 13. Shear walls installed per plans. (Plan & R602.10 CRC) 14. Headers and appropriate trimmers installed properly. (R502.5 CRC) 15. Joists under parallel bearing walls are constructed correctly. (R502.4 CRC) 16. Stair width, rise, tread and head room clearances. (R311.7 CRC) 17. Attic access approved size. (R807.1 CRC) 18. Attic ventilation in place. (R806.1 CRC) 19. Proper joisting for openings in floors and ceilings. (R502.10 & R802.9 CRC) 20. Trusses may not be cut, notched or modified. (R802.10.4 CRC) 21. Roof trusses are strapped to prevent uplift. (R802.11 CRC)


Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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Description

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d within sight of units.

d and 334.15 CEC) itchen, Laundry and Bath-

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y a 10 foot head of water or by 15. Double oven or cooktop circuits and wiring per manufacturers specs or 210-19A3 CEC) 16. Min. electric dryer wire size. (210-23B & 250-140 CEC) tlet and switch. (904.10 CMC) 17. Min. electric water heater wire size. (422-13 CEC) l damage (308.1 CMC) 18. Follow wire ampacity tables 310-16 of the CEC. 605 CMC) 19. Wall receptacle spacing at 12’ max. (210-52A CEC) elling is min. 26 Gauge. 20. Kitchen counter top receptacles spacing at 4’ and one per island or peninsula. (210-52C CEC) erly. (602.4 & 602.5 CMC) 21. GFCI receptacles. (210-52 CEC) ppliances in confined spaces. 22. AFCI receptacles required. (210-12B CEC) ermination. (802.6 CMC) 23. Light and receptacle required in attic for HVAC. (210-63 C) &210-70A3 CEC) 14 foot max length. (504.3.1) 24. IC ceiling cans rated (150 K.8 Energy) ) 25. Conduit and junction box for future solar. (Amend.) C, Div. 4.5 CalGreen) 26. Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. 27. Reserve space for future PV system in panel. (110.10 EB Energy) ble 1311.2.5.1 CMC) tion for fireplaces and other INSOLATION 1. Installed per plans and energy calculations. fireplaces. (Section 150e 2. Comply with requirements of Section 150 a-d of the California Energy Code. 3. Caulk all penetrations. C) DRYWALL 1. Drywall properly nailed or screwed. (Table R702.3.5 CRC) 2. Drywall at ceilings is 5/8” or ½” sag resistant ceiling board. (Table amend.) 702.3.5 CRC) CEC) and rod with proper bonding. 3. “Green board” at ceilings must have framing at 12” for ½” and 16” for 5/8”. (702.3.8 CRC) 4. Drywall used at the exterior of buildings must be rated for that cation and use. (110-3B & use. (GA 216) 9 d at top end of enclosures. LATH arated in subpanels (250-24(5) 1. Water resistive barrier of two independent layers of Grade D paper. (R703.6.3 CRC) 2. Expanded metal or woven wire lath properly applied. (R703.6.1 CRC) upported and accessible. 3. 26 Ga. Weep screed placed 4” above earth and 2” min above paved area. (R703.2.1 CRC) (B) of the CEC. d type. (314.27D CEC) hermally protected. (410.115 &

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SYMBOLS

ABBREVIATIONS ANCHOR AIR CONDITIONING ACOUSTIC PANELS ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE ACOUSTICAL WALL PANEL AREA DRAIN ARCHITECTURALLY EXPOSED STR. STEEL ACOUSTIC FINISH ACCESS FLOORING ABOVE FINISH FLOOR ALTERNATE ALUMINUM ACCESS PANEL APPROXIMATE ARCHITECTURAL

BD BITUM BLDG BLK BLKG BM BOT

BOARD BITUMINOUS BUILDING BLOCK BLOCKING BEAM BOTTOM

CB CBP CC CEM CF CFF CIP AC C.L. CLG CLF CLR CLR. O. CMU COL CONC CONT CORR CP CPT CR CSP CT CW CY

CATCH BASIN CABLE PASS CENTER TO CENTER CEMENT CUBIC FOOT CONCRETE FLOATING FLOOR CAST-IN PLACE ARCHITECTURAL CONCRETE CENTER LINE CEILING CHAIN LINK FENCING CLEAR CLEAR OPENING CONCRETE MASONRY UNITS COLUMN CONCRETE CONTINUOUS CORRIDOR/CORRUGATED CHECKERED PLATE CARPET COLD ROLLED (STEEL) COMBINATION STAND PIPE CERAMIC TILE COLD WATER CUBIC YARD

DBL DEPT DET DF DIA DIAG DIF DN DR DS DSP DWG

DOUBLE DEPARTMENT DETAIL DRINKING FOUNTAIN DIAMETER DIAGONAL DIFFUSER DOWN DOOR DOWNSPOUT DRY STANDPIPE DRAWING

E EA EC EFC EJ EL ELEV EQ EQPT ESC EXH EXP EXT

EXISTING EACH EXPOSED CONSTRUCTION EXPOXY FLOOR COATING EXPANSION JOINT ELEVATION ELEVATOR EQUAL EQUIPMENT ESCALATOR EXHAUST EXPANSION EXTERIOR

FA FD FDN FE FEC FF FHC FIN FIXT FLR FLUOR FOC FOF FOH FOM FOS F.R. FT FURR

FIRE ALARM FLOOR DRAIN FOUNDATION FIRE EXTINGUISHER FE CABINET FINISH FLOOR FIRE HOSE CABINET FINISH FIXTURE FLOOR FLUORESCENT FACE OF CONCRETE FACE OF FINISH FRONT OF HOUSE FACE OF MASONRY FACE OF STUDS FIRE RETARDANT FOOT OR FEET FURRING

GA GALV GB GBP GC GFRG GL GND GP GR GVP GWB GYP.BD.

GAUGE GALVANIZED GYPSUM BOARD GYPSUM BOARD PLAQUE GENERAL CONTRACTOR GLASS FIBER REINFORCED GYPSUM GLASS GROUND GYPSUM PLASTER GRILLE GYPSUM VENEER PLASTER GYPSUM WALL BOARD GYPSUM BOARD

H HB HC HCW HD HDR HDWD HDWR HEX HM HORIZ HTG HTR HVAC HW

HIGH HOSE BIB HANDICAP HOLLOW CORE WOOD HEAD HEADER HARDWOOD HARDWARE HEXAGONAL HOLLOW METAL HORIZONTAL HEATING HEATER HEATING/VENT./AIR CONDIT. HOT WATER

ID IE IN INCL INSUL INT IV

INSIDE DIAMETER INVERT ELEVATION INCH INCLUDE(D)(ING) INSULATION INTERIOR IRRIGATION VALVE

JAN JT

JANITOR JOINT

KIP KSI

1000 POUNDS KIP'S PER SQUARE INCH

L LAB LAM LAV LF LH LIN LL LNF LWC

LONG/LENGTH LABORATORY LAMINATE LAVATORY LINEAR FOOT LEFT HAND LINEAL LIVE LOAD LINOLEUM FLOORING LIGHT WEIGHT CONCRETE

M MACH MAX MECH MED MET MFR MG MGR MH MIN MIR MO

MEN'S RESTROOM MACHINE MAXIMUM MECHANICAL MEDIUM METAL MANUFACTURER METAL GRATE MANAGER MANHOLE MINIMUM MIRROR MASONRY OPENING

N NIC N/A NO NRC NTS

NORTH NOT IN CONTRACT NOT APPLICABLE NUMBER NOISE REDUCTION COEFFIECIENT NOT TO SCALE

OC OD OFD OFF OH OPNG OPP

ON CENTER OUTSIDE DIAMETER (DIM) OVERFLOW DRAIN OFFICE OPPOSITE HAND OPENING OPPOSITE

P PCF PCP PERF PKG PL P LAM PM PMB PSF PSI P.T. PTN PTD. PVC PWD

PAINT POUNDS PER CUBIC FOOT PORTLAND CEMENT PLASTER PERFORATE(D) PARKING PLATE PLASTIC LAMINATE PERFORATED METAL PERFORATED METAL BASE POUNDS PER SQUARE FOOT POUNDS PER SQUARE INCH POST TENSION PARTITION PAINTED POLYVINYL CHOLORIDE PLYWOOD

QT QTR

QUARRY TILE QUARTER

R RB REF REINF RESIL RM RO RT RWD RFG

RADIUS OR RISER RUBBER BASE REFERENCE REINFORCED RESILIENT ROOM ROUGH OPENING RESILIENT TILE FLOORING REDWOOD ROOFING

S SC SCHED S.CONC SCW SD SDP SECT SF SHT SHTG SIM SJ SLL SP SPEC SQ SS ST STB STD STL STN STOR STRUCT SVF SW

SOUTH SOLID CORE SCHEDULE SEALED CONCRETE SOLID CORE WOOD STORM DRAIN SOUND DIFFUSING PANEL SECTION SQUARE FEET SHEET SHEATHING SIMILAR SEISMIC JOINT SOUND & LIGHT LOCK STONE PAVERS S PECIFICATION SQUARE STAINLESS STEEL STONE STONE BASE STANDARD STEEL STAIN STORAGE STRUCTURAL SHEET VINYL FLOORING SWITCH

T&B TC TEL TEMP TER T&G THK THR TO TOC TOP TOS TOW(TW) TP TV TYP TR

TOP AND BOTTOM TOP OF CURB TELEPHONE TEMPORARY/TEMPERATURE/TEMPERED TERRAZZO TONGUE AND GROOVE THICK(NESS) THRESHOLD TOP OF TOP OF CONCRETE TOP OF PARAPET TOP OF STEEL TOP OF WALL TOP OF PAVEMENT TELEVISION TYPICAL TREAD

UBC UL UNF UON UNO UW

UNIFORM BUILDING CODE UNDERWRITER'S LABORATORY UNFINISHED UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE UPHOLSTERED WALL SYSTEM

VCT VD VENT VERT VEST

VINYL COMPOSITE TILE VELOUR DRAPERY VENTILATION VERTICAL VESTIBULE

W W/ WB WC WD WDB WDF WDP WFC WFF WG WIN W/O WP WPM WT

WEST OR WIDE OR WOMEN'S RESTROOM WITH WASHBASIN WATER CLOSET WOOD WOOD BASE WOOD FLOOR WOOD PANELING WALL FABRIC COVERING WOOD FLOATING FLOOR WIRE GLASS WINDOW WITHOUT WATERPROOF(ING) WATERPROOF MEMBRANE WEIGHT

YD

YARD DRAIN

BASEMENT EL. + 11'-2"

DATUM

W.P.-1

WORK POINT

MATCHLINE A6-1.3

MATCH LINE



CENTER LINE



PROPERTY LINE

GEN

Call for th complete certificat plans mu plans or approval

GRID LINE PROJECTION ABOVE/BELOW BREAK LINE %

SLOPE INDICATION

1" 0'-14

DIMENSION

20.69°

A AC ACP ACT ACWP AD AESS AF AFL AFF ALT ALUM AP APPROX ARCH

& AND ANGLE ∠ DEGREES @ AT  CENTERLINE  DIAMETER OR ROUND SF SI PARALLEL # POUND OR NUMBER CHANNEL  PLATE/PROPERTY LINE EQUAL PERPENDICULAR

ANGULAR DIMENSION

BUILDING SECTION

INDICATES A JOG IN THE BUILDING SECTION

DETAIL AREA REFERENCE

BUILDING ELEVATION

INTERIOR ELEVATION

DOOR SYMBOL 1

WINDOW SIMBOL W1

PARTITION SYMBOL A

FINISH DESIGNATION

1

BUILDING 1. Final G 2. Egress opening 3. Stairs f 4. Guard 30” 5. Fall pr windows 6. Check 7. Fire sy 8. Addres pal Code PLUMBIN 1. Water CPC) 2. Vacuu 3. Each fi 4. Pressu MECHAN 1. 30” c (304.1 2. Dryer v CMC) 3. Verify ances. 4. Conde CMC) 5. Anti- t CMC)

REVISION SYMBOL

NORTH ARROW

ELECTRIC 1. All fixt used. (41 2. Condu & 410-44 3. Switch 4. Panels CEC) 10 5. All cov 6. Exterio SWIMMIN 1. Steel B bonded a ments to 2. Under drainage 3. Equipo connects


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he final inspection when all work has been ed. Submit all final close out paperwork (VOC tion, Recycling certification, etc.) The approved ust be on site along with the permit. Follow the if there are changes submit revisions for l prior to calling for the inspection.

G Grade must slope from structure. s windows 44� max from finish floor to clear . final rise, headroom and rails. rails in place where elevation change exceeds

otection when required for upper story s. glazing for impact resistance. ystem bell activates when water is flowing. ss numerals are in place. 4� minimum. (Municie) NG heater properly installed and strapped. (507.2

4. Encapulation. Lighting nitch, barriers, alarms. 5. Final. Verify completeness of pool. Check for pool cover. MASONRY WALL The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 1. Footing Inspection. Verify location of wall. Verify size and depth of footing and verify size and placement of rebar. 2. Grout Inspection. Verify placement of rebar in masonry cells. 3. Final. When all work is completed.

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NERAL NOTES

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

SHADE STRUCTURES The approved plans must be on site along with the permit. Follow the plans or if there are changes submit revisions for approval prior to calling for the inspection. 1. Footing Inspection. Verify location, size and depth of footings and verify size and placement of rebar. 2. Final Inspection. Verify framing, attachments and connections.

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

m breakers installed on hose bibs. (603.3 CPC) ixture is trapped. (702.1 CPC) ure relief at water heater. (504.6 CPC) NICAL lear space exists on service side of equipment.

vent complete including termination cap. (504.3 clearance distances for equipment and appli-

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Description

Date

ensers must be placed on a concrete slab. (303.5 amper caps at HVAC refrigerant ports. (1106.14

CAL tures must be listed and suitable for location 10-6 & 410-10 CEC) uctive parts must be grounded. (410-40, 410-42 4 CEC) hed light at exterior entrance. (210-70a2 CEC) s labeled and circuits identified (110-21 & 408-4

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vers and plates installed. (404-9 CEC) or receptacles must have covers. (406-8B CEC) NG POOLS Bonding and Setbacks. Verify that all pool steel is and provide verification of setbacks requireo edge of pool. ground Piping. Verify water distribution, e, gas and electrical conduits otential Bonding. Verify ground conductor s all steel to all pool equipment.


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KITCHEN

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com

-3 FT

Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

WINARY

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

ROOM -2 FT

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1 GFI

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

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Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

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3

GFI

GFI

4

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GFI

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GFI

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GFI

GFI

GFI GFI

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DAVID RUY FAKE HOUSE Second Floor Lighting Plan Project Number Issue Date Author Checker

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HI 1

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

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Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

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F

3

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

4

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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HI 1

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

2

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

3

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

4

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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HI 1

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

2

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

3

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

4

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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Co Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address A d : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Lo Phone : 213.483.6490 Ph Fax : 213.483.3084 Fa e-mail : info@jama.com e-m Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Co Address A d : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Gl Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Ph Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 Fa e-mail : info@bwengr.com e-m

Co Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address A d : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Ma Phone : 310.305.1555 Ph Fax : 310.305.1550 Fa e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM e-m Co Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address A d : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 92 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Ph Fax : (760) 295-1981 Fa e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com e-m

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Co Address A d ddress : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA A 91203 91 203 Phone Ph hone : 818.552.6400 Fax Fa axx : 818.552.6401 e-mail e-m mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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Top of Glazing 26' - 0" Roof 24' - 0"

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

Second Floor 11' - 0"

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

First Floor 0' - 0" Rest -2' - 0" Living Room -4' - 0" Foundation -7' - 0" Basement -8' - 6" B.O. Footing -10' - 3"

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GYPSUM BOARD 1 1/2” THICK RIGID INSULATION PB STUCCO CONTINUOUS BEAD OF ADHESIVE CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT CONTINUOUS BEAD OF SEALANT CAVITY INSULATION

SILL SEALER CAPILLARY BREAK 1 1/2” THICK RIGID INSULATION CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL FOUNDATION DAMP PROOFING FINISH GRADE

3” CONCRETE SLAB 6 MIL POLYETHELENE 1” RIGID INSULATION CAPILLARY BREAK

GEO-FABRIC WRAP 3/4” STONE SURROUND 4” DRAIN PIPE


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Fake House / AS 4B

Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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Date

DAVID RUY

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1 Top of Glazing 26' - 0" Roof 24' - 0"

Second Floor 11' - 0" 2

Exterior Detail - Callout 2 1/2" = 1'-0"

3

Exterior Detail - Callout 3 1/2" = 1'-0"

First Floor 0' - 0" Rest -2' - 0" Living Room -4' - 0" Foundation -7' - 0" Basement -8' - 6" B.O. Footing -10' - 3"

1

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ROOF DECKING WATER PROOFING MEMBERING

GLASS MULLION TOP

Audrey Haliman Yibo Feng Yosephine Anglingdarma Zhiao Feng

DOUBLE GLAZE GLASS Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com

INSOLATION RAIN GUTTER

Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

MECHANICAL TUBES 6” - 2.5” REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB CURTAIN WALL MULLION CLAMP STEEL SUSPENSION FOR CURTAIN WALL MULLION

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM

8” REINFORCE CONCRETE BEAM

Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

LIGHT FIXTURE CELLING GRID 2” X 2” GYPSUM BOARD

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

RAIN GUTTER No.

Description

Date

DOUBLE GLAZE GLASS GRAVEL GLASS MULLION BOT 4” REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB

1’ REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB 8” REINFORCE CONCRETE BEAM CELLING SUSPENSION LIGHT FIXTURE

1” REINFORCE CONCRETE RETAINING WALL

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Top of Glazing 26' - 0" Roof 24' - 0"

Second Floor 11' - 0"

First Floor 0' - 0" Rest -2' - 0" Living Room -4' - 0" Foundation -7' - 0" Basement -8' - 6" B.O. Footing -10' - 3"

1

Wall Section - Callout 1 1/4" = 1'-0"

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Consultant : John A. Martin & Associates, Inc Address : 950 South Grand Ave, 4th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90015, USA Phone : 213.483.6490 Fax : 213.483.3084 e-mail : info@jama.com Consultant : B+W Engineering and Design Address : 1422 Merriman Drive Glendale, CA 91202 Phone : 1 (323) 739 - 3913 Fax : 1 (323) 739 - 3914 e-mail : info@bwengr.com

Consultant : Khalifeh & Associates INC Address : 13465 Beach Ave., Suite B Marina Del Rey, CA 90292 Phone : 310.305.1555 Fax : 310.305.1550 e-mail : INFO@KHALIFEHASSOCIATES.COM Consultant : AAA Landcsape Specialists, INC Address : 1260 White Sands Drive, San Marcos CA 92078 Phone : (760) 295-1980 Fax : (760) 295-1981 e-mail : info@aaalandscape.com

Consultant : GEI Consulting Engineers and Scientists Address : 101 N. Brand Blvd Suite 1780 Glendale, CA 91203 Phone : 818.552.6400 Fax : 818.552.6401 e-mail : info@geiconsultants.com

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Cameo Instructor : Margaret Griffin DS 1030 : 3A Studio AMIGAA Arch&Tectonics In Collaboration with Htoo Khant A project solving the complexity of the envelope design in skyscrappers. This is in terms of material and spatial performance that leads to new aesthetics. Whilst understanding the basic structural behavior in withstanding gravity and lateral forces. Using the idea of (murals/relics) (profiles). An application from 2 dimensional to 3 dimensional. Solving the problem to extrusions and to move from flatness. Whilst also providing spatial protrusions in the building. The building is located in New York where the Hudson Yard is currently being constructed. The highline passes beneath the tower coursing through the plaza below. Creating an interaction between the tower to the highline. The idea of “camouflaging” comes to mind. From a far perspective the building is something whilst from a near perspective it is something else. To create this idea, windows are animated to be in different sizes . These “pores” not only creates arpeture but also at night lets light out thus the building looks different both night and days.


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The building tower is located in New York where the Hudson Yard is currently being constructed. The highline passes beneath the tower coursing through the plaza below. The program for this particular porject is of a tower divided into 3 Levels. First is the Plaza, then the Office Tower for Coach. And ďŹ nally Retail Spaces for L’oreal and Boston Consulting Groups.

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Hexagonal Grid

Introduction of Figures

Diagram of Figure Ground Relationship created through tessalation grid

Tower Initial Conceptual Tower Massing

Reliefs

Camouaging Tower


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Cameo \ DS 3A

Neutral Figure Ground

Emergance of New Figure as Figure Ground starts to mix in with each other

Physical Model of Tower


Elevations

88

Reliefs

Tower

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West Elevation

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West Elevation


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South Elevation


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58th Floor Plan

Floor Plan


Section

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49th Floor Plan

Floor Plan


Section

93

Cameo \ DS 3A Axonometric


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30th Floor Plan

Floor Plan


Section

95

Cameo \ DS 3A Concrete Core

Concrete Columns

Steel Framing

GFRC Panels

Structural Axonometric


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Tectonics Instructor : Ramiro Diaz-Granados, Maxi Spina AS3033: AS Tectonics + Materialty In Collaboration with Xitong Zhang, Yibo Feng, Zhiao Feng The seminar joint areas of investigation are Tectonics –understood as architecture’s material anatomy and its effects- and Performance –largely consisting of technical, technological and cultural environmental dimensions. The class focuses predominantly on the building envelope –particularly on its forms of articulation and means of producing apertures. The articulation of architecture’s outermost surface will be understood through the logics of panelization, material and pattern. Apertures will be understood through the logics of openings or fenestration, glazing, and enclosure. These combined constitute the economies and aesthetics of how architecture produces interior/exterior relations and affective qualities; embodies a crucial environmental role; etc. Working in groups throughout the entire semester, students will use precedents as a vehicle to document the anatomy and tectonics of each followed by a speculative exercise on how to modify one element or sub-system towards shifting its effects or producing new ones altogether. In order to effectively modify the precedent, students will be required to have a thorough understanding of the economies and principles underlying it, so as to produce both technical knowledge and critical awareness of embedded cultural habits. The class will thus seek out an alternative understanding of the Tectonic –one that not only mirrors the realm of construction –materials, methods, sequences, tolerances, etc.- but also embraces architectural processes of expression, encompassing issues of geometry and technique; posture and character; etc. Methodologically, the class frames its object of study through the possibilities of a sectional approach. The primary mode of design and representation is the cut-away axonometric drawing.


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i(L.A)conic Instructor : Florencia Pita DS 4352 : Painterly Linear

The site of this project is in the Los Angeles River in between the sixth street and the seventh bridge. There is an immediate need for public spaces. The idea was to turn this abandoned concrete shell into an idea of a park that functions in both dry and rainy seasons. The use of water color as a technique is an excuse to diverge away from the norms of a natural park into a new paradgim of a modern urban landscape. With the chaotic nature of a water splash, grid like patterns are introduced to keep order in the chaotic overflow of the behavior of water. The colors are specifically chosen to reflect the behaviours of people. While taking primarily from the red and yellow color group. Both color stimulates the body for physical and mental activity. During the dry seasons, high intensive activities takes place. in these “activity pockets”. Activities such as parkour, skateboarding, tennis and basketballs. During the rainy seasons however, the park uses its “activitiy pockets” acting as water reservoirs to reduce water retention. These are then allowed to flow down and hold water that goes for filtration underground. The use of the tower is to signify a landmark. As a point of location. The profile is taken from different study of outlines of water tower in combination with the water color splashes. Which also translates to some of the figures on the landscape. (Iconography) The entrance access to the park is through mission street. There are two parking lots. These leads to a circulation path that goes around the landscape connnecting to all the activities area. There are also intermediate pocket spaces that connects the channel to the park. Allowing visitors to engage the park by allowing them to come down or just sit around and enjoy the view in the spanish stair.


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Collection of Photographs of Water Towers from France. 1.Fourness-en-Weppes, Rue Hoche 2.Dordives, Route de Bransles 3.Caen 4.Deauville, Chemin de Taux 5.Chaumont, Avenue d’Ashton Under Lyne

Water Tank Studies

6.Saint Dizier, Route de 3 Fountaines 7.Lyon, Avenue de Champagne 8.Vénissieux, Avenue Jean Cagne 9.Louvroil 10.Liévin, Rue de Bully 11.Lens, Rue Fèlix Eboué 12.Blainville-sur-Orne, Rue du Général Leclerc

Hérouville-Saint13. La Rochelle, Rue Gaston Périer 14.La Rochelle, Rue Pierre Corneille 15.Bron, Chemin de Chasseurs 16.Fourness-en-Weppes, Rue Hoche


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i(L.A)conic \ 4B Collection of occlusion render of Water Towers


106

Water Tank Studies

Collection of Elevational Views of Water Towers


107

i(L.A)conic \ 4B Collection of Outline of Water Towers


108

Water Tank Studies

Collection of Outline of Hybrid Water Towers


109

i(L.A)conic \ 4B Collection of occlusion render of Hybrid Water Towers


110

Water Color Splatter Tests

Test #1a Paints were more dilute in nature Uses medium sized brush Mediocre hand ip

Test #2a Most Concentrated paint in ratio to water Uses small sized brush Sprinkling technique of brush

Test #3a Paints were most concentrated in ratio to water Uses large sized brush Aggresive hand ip


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Paints were more dilute in nature Uses medium sized brush Mediocre hand ip

Test #2b Most Concentrated paint in ratio to water Uses small sized brush Sprinkling technique of brush

Test #3b Paints were most dilute in ratio to water Uses large sized brush Aggresive hand ip

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Test #1b


112

Water Droplets with Color Splatter Tests

Test #1 A rushed splatter from every direction of the canvas

Test #2 A more directectional form of splatter including huge goblets of paints granules dripped onto the composition

Test #3 Bigger droplets of paints was applied on the canvas. The role of water becomes more proďŹ cient in this paint. Drops of color are added on top of each other to create gradient like colors.


113

Unidirectional Paint splatter. Consisting the color that goes towards red primary group.

Test #5 A more diluted water splatter with the mixture of yellow blue and red colors.

Test #6 Concentrated water splatter involving the smaller splatters medium and large droplets of paints.

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114

Water Droplets with Color Test This is the ďŹ nal chosen Composition and Color Combination to be applied on both park and watercolor. The color are both magenta, pink, yellow, with a hint of green. Splashes ranges from high speed splashes which are characterized by its long stretches of water droplets. Strokes are also combined with slow and huge droplets from paint brush which are characterized by the dilution of the water color and the puddled drops that creates a fusion between colors. The composition is allowed to dry before being layered with more droplets and puddle creating these vignettes of layered brushes.


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116

Final Composition with Water Color Technique

Selected profiles are chosen and made into stencils. The water color technique is then deployed on them creating a unique composition on each othe profiles . That would be translated on to the final design of the water tower


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i(L.A)conic \ 4B


118

Site Plan Model Photo


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i(L.A)conic \ 4B


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Physical Model Photo


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i(L.A)conic \ 4B Model Photo looking at the East side of the Water Tower.

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Kitchenette Kitchenette is a place of congregation of each cultural native’s cuisine. After all where is a better place to learn than to learn from grandma’s Kitchen. Kitchenette invites students to learn to cook cultural cuisines with qualified completent men and women from all over the world for a socially immersive cooking class of their respective cultural cuisines. We bring in people from countries such as Burma and India to teach how to make the perfect tasting Laphet and also the famous Briyani. The place is located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles. For wherelse better to be than to be in the city of melting pot itself. The building space itself offers multiple ktichens that will be holding courses ranging from Asian Cuisine to European cuisines and many more. The place also challenges the main concept between public vs private area. Should kitchen demonstration be showcased or should they be hidden as most kitchens. Programs are divided into three main categories like the main ingredients to cooking. Which are SALT, PEPPER, and SUGAR. Where salt is the main congregation area, the pepper is the necessity programs, and finally the sugar is the back of the house programs. The project looks upon the domesticness of the site in Los Angeles where most things you do at home that requires privacy is reversed and is shown more publicly. And use this role reversal and incorporate it to its programmatic division. The morphology is based on a bounding box created by the studio program consisting of 90’x90’x90’. It uses the 3 Slabs and used actions of rotations and Trimmings to create the morphology of the building. In it, has the potential to develop planar to volumetric relationship causing this to produce one direct circulation that goes through two atriums (exterior and interior)


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Kitchenette \ DS 2B


124

Site Plan

Gallery

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125

Sleeping

Painting

Decoration in the toilets


126

Morphology

3 slabs

Rotation

Trim


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Kitchenette \ DS 2B

Volume to Planar Relation

Exploded Mesh Axonometric

Exploded Mesh Axonometric describing planar to volumetric relationship


Floor Plan

128

B

Cafe / Kitchen

A

A

Lobby and Administration

Main St

Olympic St

B

Ground Floor Plan


129

Kitchenette \ DS 2B

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Chamber of Ingredients (Library)

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Buffet Room (Meeting Room)

B

First Floor Plan


Floor Plan

130

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Chamber of Ingredients (Library)

A

A Chinese Kitchen

B

Second Floor Plan


131

Kitchenette \ DS 2B

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French Kitchen

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Living Room

B

Third Floor Plan


Floor Plan

132

B

Chamber of Ingredients (Library)

A

A Chinese Kitchen

B

Fourth Floor Plan


133

Kitchenette \ DS 2B

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Television Production

A

A

Indian Kitchen

B

Fifth Floor Plan


134

Physical Model Photo


Section

135

Kitchenette \ DS 2B

Library Roof Floor

Chinese Kitchen 6th Floor

Spanish Kitchen 5th Floor

French Kitchen 4th Floor

Cafe / Restaurant Lobby

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Section A


136

Physical Model Photo


Section

137

Kitchenette \ DS 2B Roof Floor Outdoor area

Library 6th Floor

Television Production

5th Floor

4th Floor

Cafe / Restaurant Lobby

Bar

Mini Auditorium

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138

Excalibur Instructor : Herwig Basumgartner DS 1031 : 3B Studio AMIGAA Arch&Tect II In Partnership with Xitong Zhang A project solving different types of aggregations of module in order to produce a funtional spactial experience. This project is located next to the SCI-Arc building. This was meant to be an extension for the school, where it will house the new architectural school. The logic of the building is a clear perpendicular axis system where the modules are aggregated in a way that it behaves in like a protrusions from the main axis. The program includes Architectural Studios, Class Rooms, Fabrication Spaces, Service areas and Public Spaces. This project was also able to explore the tectonics of the building and introduces a means of safety egress systems in a building. The ďŹ nal product was also a 1/16th inch scale model of the building which was made through various methods including CNC milling and 3D printing (clear paint resin, powder and plastic).


139

Excalibur \ DS 3B


Morphology

140 Module Progression

Molar Teeth

East Elevation

Smoothen and flipped in creating creases

Elongation defining creases

Increased massing volume in order to accomodate floor area


141 Module Aggregation

Excalibur \ DS 3B

One Module

Unit Aggregate Orthagonally

Studio

Class Rooms

Fabrication Shops

Public Spaces

Services

Program Diagram


142

Environmental Factors

Photovaltic cells for renewable energy and shading

Tasks Light Added artificial lights

Fresh air supply 2 air changes per hour

Radiant heating and cooling on top of floor

Day Time Natural Light Summer 6 am - 6:30pm Winter 7:30 am - 5:30pm

Night Time Light Summer 6:30pm - 5:30 am Winter 5:3-pm - 7 am

convector element for local cooling and heating


143

Excalibur \ DS 3B

45/ 135 degree sunlight path 10% reflection of sunlight on concrete Solar panel for renewable energy production

Double glazing to minimize heat loss

Operable windows for ventilation

Classrooms

Minimum Daylight

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces Classrooms

Mini Lecture Hall

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces Classrooms

Studio Spaces Library

Storage/ Mechanical

Classrooms

Section Sunlight Diagram

Sun Light Diagram

Hybrid Temperate

Hybrid Tempered

Natural Cross Ventilated

Natural Cross Ventilated Natural Cross Ventilated

Natural Cross Ventilated

Natural Cross Ventilated Full AC

Natural Cross Ventilated

Full AC

Hybrid Temperate

Air Flow Diagram

Air Flow Diagram Class Rooms

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces

Mini Lecture Hall

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces

Studio Spaces Class Rooms

Studio Spaces Library

Class Rooms

Storage/ Mechanical

Indoor Spaces Semi Indoor Spaces Outdoor Spaces

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Section

144

Section


Egress Diagram

145

Excalibur \ DS 3B

Stairs

Elevators

Egress Diagram

Section


146


Structural Axonometric Chunk

147

Excalibur \ DS 3B

Glass

Glass Frame

GFRC Panels

Rigid Insulation GFRC Steel Frame I Beam

GFRG Wall

Exploded Window Detail

Solar Panels

GFRC Panels

Rigid Insulation

Concrete Flooring Metal Decking I Beam

GFRC Steel Frame I Beam

Suspended Ceiling

GFRG Wall

Structure Chunk


VVVVVVV 148 Physical Model Model Construction The physical model was constructed using different types of medium. The outer shell are created through 3D powder prints. Floor plates are created through styrene. The arpertures are created through different ways. Whilst the planar ones are hand cutted, the curved arpertures are created through resin prints and translucent plastic printing. The whole site is created through CNC milling.


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Excalibur \ DS 3B


Elevational View of Model 150


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Excalibur \ DS 3B


152

Design Development Instructor : Scott Uriu, Pavel Getov AS 3040 : Design Development In Collaboration with Alex Hays, Stacy Han, Angelo, Taun Hari

This course investigates the issues related to the implementation of design: technology the use of materials ,systems integration, and the archetypal analytical strategies of force, order and character. The course includes a review of basic and advanced construction methods, analysis of building codes, the design of structural and mechanical systems, the development of building materials, the integration of building components and systems, ďŹ re/life safety and ADA planning, and the introduction of sustainability measures. The intent of this course is to develop cohesive understanding of how architects communicate complex building systems for the built environment and to demonstrate the abiltiy to dovument a comprehensive architectural project.


153 Design Development / AS3B


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Basement

Section

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Classrooms

Auditorium

Studio


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Psychometric Chart

Design Development / AS3B

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Classrooms

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Passive Heating and Cooling

Daylight

Environmental Factors


157 Design Development / AS3B

Wind Rose Diagram

Sun Path Diagram


158

Structure Chunk

Axonometric Chunk


159

WaterprooďŹ ng Insulation Corrugated Metal Deck Primary Steel Structure

Structure Chunk A

Design Development / AS3B

GFRC Panels


160

Primary Structure

Primary, Secondary and Core Structure

Structure Analysis

Panelization


161 Design Development / AS3B

Secondary Structure

Structure Detail


162

Structural Cost and Breakdown

Elevator Cores and Egress (CIP concrete) Total sq.ft = 110,392.876 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = 80$ Total Cost = 110,392.876×80 = $8,831,360

Floor Slabs (CIP concrete) Total sq.ft = 119,551.621 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = 80$ Total Cost = 119,551.621×80 = $9,564,129.68

Precast Panels (Complex) Total sq.ft = 67,090.975 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = 100$ Total Cost = 67,090.975×100 = $6,709,097.50

Precast Panels Frame (Steel) Total sq.ft = 114,860.965 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = 40$ Total Cost = 114,860.965×40 = $4,594,438.60 Apertures (Complex glazing) Total sq.ft = 38,903.4 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = $250 Total Cost = 38903.4×$250 = $ 9,725,750

Apertures (Aluminium) Total sq.ft = 152,207 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = $30 Total Cost = 152,207×$30 = $ 244,566,210

Interior Skin (Precast concrete) Total sq.ft = 249,352.738 sq.ft Cost per sq.ft = $100 Total Cost = 249,352.738×$100 = $ 24,935,273.80

Structural Steel (Primary Structure) Cost per lf = $90 Total Cost = Basement Structure = 414lf×12 = $4,968 I Beams = 117lf×1373 = $160,641 Exterior Beams = 35lf×260 = $9,100 Total =$ 174,709

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163 Design Development / AS3B

Shell Cost Elevator Cores

$8,831,360

Floor Slabs

$9,564,129.68

Precast Panels

$6,709,097.50

Precast Panels (Frame)

$4,594,438.60

Apertures (Complex Glazing)

$ 9,725,750

Apertures (Aluminium Frame)

$ 244,566,210

Interior Skin

$ 24,935,273.80

Structure (Primary+ Secondary)

$ 174,709

Total

$ 309,100,967.4

Construction Cost (Brick+Mortar)

Price per sq.ft

5 100

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Collection of Works 2015-2018  

A collection of educational works created in my educational years at Southern California Institute of Architecture

Collection of Works 2015-2018  

A collection of educational works created in my educational years at Southern California Institute of Architecture

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