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ZHEN TONG SELECTED WORKS - OCTOBER 2016


ACADEMIC ARCHITECTURE THE ATHENAEUM OF PHILADELPHIA ADDITION BICYCLE CITY - PRE-FAB MODULAR HOUSING LIBRARY OF THE LONG NOW LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PROJECTING LIMINAL FUTURES WAVE - SKATEBOARDING PARK DAN KILEY LANDSCAPES IN BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, INDIANA PROFESSIONAL ACADEMIC BUILDING & SUBSTATION REPLACEMENT BROWN UNIVERSITY SCIENCES LIBRARY BLOCK 675 PRE-FAB MODULAR HOUSING CASE STUDY - NAKAGIN CAPSULE TOWER INTERIOR ELEVATIONS CONSTRUCTION DETAILS STORMWATER AND GRADING


Education 2013-2017

The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA Candidate for Master of Architecture, expected May 2018 Candidate for Master of Landscape Architecture, expected May 2018

2007-2011

Shandong Jianzhu University, Jinan, China Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, July 2011

Honors

2016 National ASLA Student Honor Award in the Communications category 2015 Corbelletti Design Charrette Certificate of Excellence, Pennsylvania State University Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture 2013-2014, 2014-2015, 2015-2016 Pennsylvania State University graduate fellowship

Experience Internship Nov. 2016 - May 2017

BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group, Copenhagen, Denmark Worked on the schematic design and design development of a tower in Singapore, and the schematic design of a mixed-use complex in Ferney-Voltaire, France. Specific tasks included drawings, physical and digital model-building, renderings, design studies, presentation drawings, diagrams, and construction observation on projects in Denmark.

Sept. - Oct. 2016

AZL Architects (张雷联合建筑事务所), Nanjing, China Worked on the conceptual and schematic design of the Museum of Nanjing City Wall.

May - Aug. 2016

Architecture Research Office (ARO), New York, NY Worked on design of an academic building at the University of Pennsylvania, a high-rise building on 12th avenue in New York City, and a private residence in Pennsylvania. Specific tasks included drawings, physical and digital model-building, renderings, design studies, presentation drawings, diagrams, and construction observation on projects in the NYC area.

Jun. - Aug. 2015

Milone & MacBroom, Inc., Cheshire, CT Revised construction details library by AutoCAD and Land F/X. Coordinated in drafting digital plans, 3D models for University of Connecticut New Student Dormitory Master Plan. Cooperated with senior designers in conducting feasibility study for Norwalk Public School Assessment Report.

Jan. - May 2014

Counts Studio, State College, PA Crafted high quality physical models. Cooperated in diagramming and rendering.


Nov. 2011 - Dec. 2012

Shenglin Municipal Landscape Engineering Co.,Ltd, Qingdao, China Directed construction of a water theme park and coordinated with project manager. Designed drafted plan and plantation.

Teaching Assistant 2016 Spring 2015 Fall

The Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA Assisted LArch 60 ‘History of Design on the Land’ Prof. Bonj Szczygiel. Assisted LArch 331 ‘Landscape Architectural Design Implementation I: Materiality’ Prof. Christopher Counts and Maria Debije Counts.

2015 Spring

Assisted LArch 332 ‘Landscape Architecture Design Implementation II: Plants’ Prof. Ron Henderson and Maria Debije Counts. Worked on Dan Kiley exhibit at Penn State.

2014 Fall

Assisted LArch 414 Studio ‘Design and Theory V: Advanced Landscape Architectural Design’ Prof. Ron Henderson and Prof. James Wines. Assisted with a field trip to Southeast University, Nanjing, China.

2014 Spring

Assisted LArch 312 Studio ‘Design and Theory IV: Site and Regional Planning’ Prof. Barry Kew and Maria Debije Counts.

2013 Fall

Assisted LArch 331 ‘Landscape Architectural Design Implementation I: Materiality’ Prof. C. Timothy Baird and Prof. Barry Kew.

Computer Skills

Rhinoceros, Grasshopper, Revit, V-Ray, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign, AutoCAD, ArcGIS, ArcScene, SketchUp, Microsoft Office Suite

References

Stephen Cassell 212.675.1870 scassell@aro.net Founding Principal, Architecture Research Office Chair, Board of Trustees Van Alen Institute Mehrdad Hadighi 814.865.9535 mzh11@psu.edu Department Head and Professor of Architecture, Stuckeman Chair of Integrative Design at Pennsylvania State University Ron Henderson, FASLA 401.345.6881 rhender1@iit.edu Professor and Director of the Landscape Architecture Program at Illinois Institute of Technology Visiting Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard GSD Founding Principal, L+A Landscape Architecture


PROJECT 1

THE ATHENAEUM OF PHILADELPHIA ADDITION PHILADELPHIA, PA

By extending existing structural grid of the Athenaeum of Philadelphia into a proposed addition, this project aims to embrace the history of Athenaeum into a new future. Because of the designed fragmented floors, this new addition imagines a continuous architectural landscape for users by connecting each part of the building with multiple stairs, elevators, and several topographical amphitheaters.

Professor Ute Poerschke The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2016


athenaeum of philadelphia existing condition

precedent 1 house na sou fujimoto architects

site plan

The Addition S Randolph St

precedent 2 columbia university MGEB diller scofidio + renfro

Athenaeum of Philadelphia

Athenaeum of Philadelphia

The Addition S 6th St

St James St

Lippincott Building

Washington Square

west elevation

south elevation


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existing structure

structure - 6-inch beams and columns

existing athenaeum

structural grid

regular structure

athenaeum + addition

structural grid extension

structure of the addition

DESIGN EVOLUTION new structural grid


1/4" STRUCTURAL MODEL

1/16" conceptual model

structural model detail


fragmented floors

third floor - model exhibit

existing stairs + elevator

stairs connections

second floor - auditorium

proposed stairs cases

continuous architectural landscape

first floor - auditorium

proposed elevators

DESIGN EVOLUTION


roof plan

fifth floor

fourth floor

third floor

mezzanine - second floor

subfloor 1

FLOOR PLANS


SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR


dormitories 2510 sq ft / 50 gross = 50

exhibit gallery and museum 3240 sq ft / 30 net = 108

exhibit gallery and museum 1766 sq ft / 30 net = 59

exhibit gallery and museum (exterior rooftop) 8293 sq ft / 30 net = 276

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) 758 sq ft / 15 net = 51

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) 382 sq ft / 15 net = 25

business areas 285 sq ft / 100 gross = 3

1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 409

1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 163

1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 231 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 409 = 81.8 in < 96 in

1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 225 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 163 = 32.6 in < 96 in

athenaeum + addition

fifth floor

fourth floor shops 1534 sq ft / 50 net = 31

exhibit gallery and museum 568 sq ft / 30 net = 19

exhibit gallery and museum 9119 sq ft / 30 net = 304

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) 183 sq ft / 15 net = 12

dormitories 1276 sq ft / 50 gross = 26

1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 31

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) 392 sq ft / 15 net = 26

1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 188 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 31 = 6.2 in < 48 in

1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 387 1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 208 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 409 = 77.4 in < 96 in

program composition

third floor

mezzanine - second floor unconcentrated (tables and chairs) 2787 sq ft / 15 net = 186

fixed seats 190

library - stack area 4520 sq ft / 100 gross = 45

exhibit gallery and museum 3146 sq ft / 30 net = 105

fixed seats 130

business areas 2452 sq ft / 100 gross = 25

storage areas 406 sq ft / 300 gross = 2

corridors 1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 320

exhibit gallery and museum 301 sq ft / 30 net = 10

1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 200 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 320 = 64 in < 96 in

1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 373

second floor

1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 199 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 373 = 74.6 in < 96 in

first floor

library - stack area 8237 sq ft / 100 gross = 82 mechanical equipment room 4358 sq ft / 300 gross = 15 1004.1.2, ibc 2012 total occupancy = 97 1005.3.1, ibc 2012 & 1016.2, ibc 2012 maximum travel distance = 152 ft < 250 ft egress width = 0.2 in × 97 = 19.4 in < 96 in

LIFE SAFETY subfloor 1

exit maximum travel distance maximum travel start point


HVAC SYSTEMS

zone A

zone B

zone C

continuous exhibition space, guest house area with glass walls and roof

similar continuous space mainly for exhibition and event hosting, transparent cladding materials, similar HVAC systems as zone A

relatively more closed space for auditorium and exhibition, no natural light, different cooling, heating and ventilation conditions

mechanical space

shafts for zone A and zone B

shafts for zone c

the mechanical rooms are located on the bottom floor. all the HVAC systems will be air-based

shafts for zone A and B are hidden in the elevator cores

five 12â&#x20AC;? by 12â&#x20AC;? vertical shafts are hidden in the wall. the air outlets are arranged at the bottom of each floor, from subfloor 1 to the third floor.


3° slope roof overflow outlet fixing component 6” steel square beam double-pane glazing 6” steel square column stone tile 2” concrete on 3” metal deck fixing component

concrete amphitheater fixing component concrete stairs

concrete sidewalk waterproofing (cntd. to btm. of footing) concrete foundation wall concrete footing ground

acoustical atmosphere: soft meeting, lecture and music ideals room sound absorption = 0.4 - 0.5 reverberation time = 1.6 - 1.8 sec. actual room sound absorption = 0.4 reverberation time = 1.67 sec. material selection and absorption coefficients floor 1 - wood stage - α 0.10 - 202 sf 2 - concrete seat area - α 0.02 - 1478 sf 3 - carpet aisle area - α 0.14 - 622 sf wall 1 - wood panels - α 0.17 - 2096 sf 2 - acoustic panels - α 0.89 - 619 sf ceiling 1 - wood panels - α 0.17 - 1689 sf 2 - acoustic panels - α 0.89 - 775 sf seating 1 - upholstered, occupied - α 0.88 - 1511 sf 2 - upholstered, unoccupied - α 0.80

room sound absorption

reverberation time

floor 1 = 202 sf × 0.10 = 20.2 floor 2 = 1478 sf × 0.02 = 29.56 floor 3 = 622 sf × 0.14 = 87.08 wall 1 = 2096 sf × 0.17 = 356.32 wall 2 = 619 sf × 0.89 = 550.91 ceiling 1 = 1689 sf × 0.17 = 287.13 ceiling 2 = 775 sf × 0.89 = 689.75 seating 1 = 1511 sf × 0.88 = 1329.68

floor 1 = 20.2 floor 2 = 9.56 floor 3 = 87.08 wall 1 = 356.32 wall 2 = 550.91 ceiling 1 = 287.13 ceiling 2 = 689.75 seating 1 = 1329.68

total = 3350.63 total surface square footage = 8992 sf α room = 3350.63 sabins : 8992 sf = 0.4

total = 3350.63 total volume = 110000 cf t 60 = (0.05 × volume) / total = (0.05 × 112000) / 3350.63 = 1.67 sec.

WALL SECTION & ACOUSTICS


VIEW OF MODEL EXHIBIT AREA


1/4" FINAL MODEL


VIEW FROM WASHINGTON SQUARE


PROJECT 2

BICYCLE CITY PRE-FAB MODULAR HOUSING BROOKLYN, NYC

Developing housing that meets the needs of how New Yorkers live today is critical to the cityâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s future economic success. With the objective of creating a modular residential building for residents that cycle instead of drive, Bicycle City aims to connect habitable space and public area by using a rooftop bicycle loop and a landform building approach.

Professor Marcus Shaffer The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2015


HABITAT 67 MOSHE SAFDIE

SCHEME A LANDFORM BUILDING

OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK WEISS / MANFREDI ARCHITECTS

SCHEME B SLOPE CIRCULATION


AREA PLAN

BIRD'S EYE VIEW


MINIMAL CAPSULE

MEDIUM CAPSULE

at 125 sq.ft., including bathroom, but no kitchenette

at 250 sq.ft., including bathroom and kitchenette

MAXIMUM CAPSULE at 500 sq.ft., including bathroom and kitchenette


THE DELIVERY AND CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE OF THE BUILDING

BUILDING

GROUND PUBLIC SPACE

BICYCLE LOOP

SERVICE AREA

CONNECTIONS BETWEEN CAPSULES

FOUNDATION

CAPSULES


SITE PLAN

building entrance

entrance of the ground public space

rooftop public space

entrance of office and service area

BICYCLE LOOP PLAN


SERVICE AREA

INTERIOR PLAN


ELEVATION A

ELEVATION B

LANDFORM BUILDING CONCEPT


SECTION A

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE A


SECTION B

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE B


PROJECT 3

LIBRARY OF THE LONG NOW MEADOWCROFT, PA

The Long Now Foundation was established in 1996 to instigate thoughtful consideration for a lasting and permanent cultural institution that would withstand 10,000 years. By imitating the majestic structure of one of the most intellegent animals on the planet, this building emulates the shape of a whale and is designed within a peripheral wave-like landscape. Because of the designed surrounding topography, this project imagines an accessible building for users by allowing entrance into the building from different floors, as well as solving stormwater issues throughout the site.

Professor Rebecca Henn The Pennsylvania State University Fall 2015


DESIGN EVOLUTION

WHALE

+

TRIANGULATED BUILDING

WAVE-SHAPE LANDSCAPE

+

=

TRIANGULATED LANDSCAPE

A SWIMMING WHALE

=

THE LONG NOW LIBRARY


SITE DESIGN ANALYSIS

LANDCOVER

LANDSCAPE

DRIVEWAY

ADA PARKING

WATER FEATURE

WATER POOL

CIRCULATION

PATH

FIRETRUCK

MAINTENANCE VEHICLES

STORMWATER

STORMWATER DIRECTION STORMWATER POOL


LIBRARY

SECOND FLOOR

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) business areas kitchen

PROGRAM COMPOSITION

FIRST FLOOR

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) business areas restrooms kitchen

SUBFLOOR 1

unconcentrated (tables and chairs) fixed seats

1004.1.2, 1005.3.1, 1016.2, IBC 2012

exhibit gallery and museum

second floor total occupancy 199 maximum travel distance 81 ft < 200 ft egress width 39.8 in < 96 in first floor total occupancy 496 maximum travel distance 144 ft < 200 ft egress width 99.2 in < 144 in subfloor 1 total occupancy 499 maximum travel distance 195 ft < 200 ft egress width 99.8 in < 144 in subfloor 2

business areas

SUBFLOOR 2 unconcentrated (tables and chairs) mechanical equipment room exhibit gallery and museum accessory storage areas corridors

total occupancy 246 maximum travel distance 101 ft < 200 ft egress width 49.2 in < 144 in exit maximum travel distance

LIFE SAFETY

maximum travel start point


SUBFLOOR 2

SUBFLOOR 1

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

FLOOR PLANS


LIBRARY STRUCTURE

COLUMNS

ANGLED COLUMNS

CLADDING FRAMING

BEAMS

FOUNDATION

PERIMETER BEAMS

AXON OF STRUCTURE


SUBFLOOR 2

SUBFLOOR 1

FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

ROOF

foundation

angled column

retaining wall

beam

footer

perimeter beam

column

cladding framing

STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM


SECTION A

ELEVATION A


ELEVATION B


SECTION B


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE


MODEL PHOTOS


10,000 YEARS LATER


2

US-2

JUNIATA RIVER

MOUNT UNION, PENNSYLVANIA

2

-52

US

topography

traffic lines

street grid

land cover categories


PROJECT 4

PROJECTING LIMINAL FUTURES MOUNT UNION, PA

This project challenges existing zoning and land use paradigms by proposing a â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Liminalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; zoning strategy for spatial planning. By setting new function-related zoning districts between basic uses, a finer grain zoning code will create a more lively, sustainable, and visually diverse future.

Professor Peter Aeschbacher The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2015


Mount Union overlook

barriers

development life lines

traffic entrances

internal connection

activated Mount Union


CURRENT CONDITION OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE IN MOUNT UNION GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) AND GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-1)

CURRENT CONDITION OF JEFFERSON STREET IN MOUNT UNION LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (R-1) AND OPEN SPACE DISTRICT (OS)


Special Exception Uses

garden apartments

home occupations

ZONING MAP

neighborhood commercial uses provided that such uses are confined to the first floor or part of the first floor of a building and are designed to serve primarily persons residing in the immediate area and within walking distance of the commercial use.

other appropriate public uses and essential services public schools

home occupations

dwellings

private swimming pools

public schools

other appropriate public uses and essential services

business offices or professional offices combined with residence provided that no more than two employees are employed

churches

dwellings

private swimming pools

churches

public swimming pools

business office buildings to be used only for the administrative functions of companies, corporations, social or philanthropic organizations of societies and offices of accountants, architects, brokers, engineers, lawyers and similar professions.

boarding and lodging houses

Conditional Uses Special Exception Uses

Permitted Uses Conditional Uses Permitted Uses

R-2 MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT R-1 LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT


Special Exception Uses Conditional Uses Conditional Uses Permitted Uses Conditional Uses Permitted Uses

OS OPEN SPACE DISTRICT I-1 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT C-1 GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

appropriate public uses and essential services

accessory buildings and nonresidential structures conservation uses yard areas horticultural uses public and private parks and recreation areas, golf courses, country clubs, and swimming pools

appropriate public uses and essential services nursing homes, sanitariums, and hospitals dwellings combined with a neighborhood commercial type establishment dwellings research and development industries warehouse schools living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building

any professional or business establishment may include private cafeteria or lunch room facilities for the exclusive use of its employees office building for administrative, executive, and professional activity frozen food lockers automatic self-service laundry and dry cleaning personal service sale of new automobile and farm implements, gasoline filling station, storage garage, public garage, car wash automobile court or motel, indoor recreation restaurant, tearoom, cafĂŠ, confectionery retail establishment passenger station financial institutions offices nursing homes, sanitariums, and hospitals landfills disposal and waste storage areas any facilities required by pollution control authorities parking facilities repair and maintenance facilities access ways to adjacent properties truck and bus terminals warehouse and distribution centers industrial and manufacturing activities

private swimming pools

appropriate public uses and essential services nursing homes, sanitariums, and hospitals dwellings combined with a neighborhood commercial type establishment dwellings research and development industries warehouse schools living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building any professional or business establishment may include private cafeteria or lunch room facilities for the exclusive use of its employees office building for administrative, executive, and professional activity frozen food lockers automatic self-service laundry and dry cleaning personal service sale of new automobile and farm implements, gasoline filling station, storage garage, public garage, car wash automobile court or motel, indoor recreation restaurant, tearoom, cafĂŠ, confectionery retail establishment passenger station financial institutions

dwellings

offices

CURRENT ZONING CODE OF MOUNT UNION


warehouse

industrial and manufacturing activities

business incubator

open space

food processing

community garden

agriculture

farmers’ market

convenience store

showroom

parking facility

SPATIAL DESIGN AND PLANNING CONCEPT OF ‘LIMINALITY’


showroom business incubator parking facility

warehouse

industrial and manufacturing activities

farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; market food processing

agriculture

open space community garden

VISION OF FUTURE


playing fields

yard areas

playing fields

automatic self-service laundry and dry cleaning

private cafeteria

private indoor recreation

conservation uses

garden apartments

holiday markets

recreational areas

train stations

car modification shops

parking facilities

agriculture

automobile repair

parking facilities

landfills

picnic areas

appropriate public uses and essential services

farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; market

disposal and waste storage areas

living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building

storage garage

museums of history

nursing homes, sanitaria, and hospitals

car wash

distribution centers

golf courses

country clubs

gasoline filling station

access ways to adjacent properties

postal services

passenger station

accessory buildings and non-residential structures

maintenance rooms

lunch room facilities

exhibition areas

frozen food lockers

community gardens

sale of new automobile and farm implement

d.i.y. stores

studios

frozen food lockers

automobile court or motel

showrooms

research and development industries

shopping malls

indoor recreation

business office buildings to be used only for the administrative functions of companies, corporations, social or philanthropic organizations of societies and offices of accountants, architects, brokers, engineers, lawyers and similar professions.

public swimming pools

bicycle loops

financial institutions

barber shops

public garage

indoor recreation

community gardens

housing leasing offices

roof gardens

business incubators

restaurant, tearoom, cafĂŠ, confectionery

vendors

vendors

waiting areas and plazas

public schools, churches

automobile court or motel

home occupations

business offices or professional offices combined with residence provided that no more than two employees are employed.

housing repair

private parks

living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building

convenience stores

private parks

storage garage

vertical community gardens

automobile court or motel

community gardens

home occupations

boarding and lodging houses

deli stores

appropriate public uses and essential services

public parks


METHOD OF LIMINAL ZONING STRATEGY

dwellings

R-1 LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

private swimming pools

dwellings

R-2 MEDIUM DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT

private swimming pools

offices

retail establishment

C-1 GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT

personal service

office building for administrative, executive, and professional activity

industrial and manufacturing activities

warehouse

I-1 GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT

truck and bus terminals

repair and maintenance facilities

open space

OS OPEN SPACE DISTRICT

public facilities

PF PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICT


playing fields

yard areas

playing fields

automatic self-service laundry and dry cleaning

community gardens

public schools, churches

private parks

living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building

convenience stores

home occupations

private cafeteria

vendors

housing leasing offices

roof gardens

public garage

indoor recreation

indoor recreation

studios

passenger station

postal services

private indoor recreation

conservation uses

garden apartments

train stations

car modification shops

parking facilities

agriculture

automobile repair

parking facilities

landfills

picnic areas

appropriate public uses and essential services

farmersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; market

disposal and waste storage areas

living quarters as an accessory use within a principal building

storage garage

museums of history

nursing homes, sanitaria, and hospitals

recreational areas

distribution centers

golf courses

country clubs

holiday markets

car wash

access ways to adjacent properties

exhibition areas

frozen food lockers

community gardens

gasoline filling station

lunch room facilities

d.i.y. stores

frozen food lockers

automobile court or motel

sale of new automobile and farm implement

accessory buildings and nonresidential structures

maintenance rooms

research and development industries

shopping malls

business office buildings to be used only for the administrative functions of companies, corporations, social or philanthropic organizations of societies and offices of accountants, architects, brokers, engineers, lawyers and similar professions.

showrooms

financial institutions

barber shops

public swimming pools

bicycle loops

business incubators

restaurant, tearoom, cafĂŠ, confectionery

vendors

storage garage

community gardens

housing repair

automobile court or motel

home occupations

waiting areas and plazas

vertical community gardens

automobile court or motel

private parks

business offices or professional offices combined with residence provided that no more than two employees are employed.

boarding and lodging houses

deli stores

appropriate public uses and essential services

public parks


POINTS OF INTEREST NETWORK

basic land use matrix

emergence of new land uses

for guiding people walking through the entire space

points of interest


MOUNT UNION LIMINAL ZONING MAP Propel the current space into LIMINALITY!

Phase 1 outline current land uses

Phase 2 overlap adjacent land uses

Phase 3 merge overlapped land uses

Phase 4 allow merged land uses to propagate


CASE STUDIES

Case Study 3 Open Space District (OS) and Public Facilities District (PF)

Case Study 2 Low Density Residential District (R-1), Open Space District (OS) and Public Facilities District (PF)

Case Study 1 General Commercial District (C-1) and General Industrial District (I-1)

TRANSECT PERSPECTIVE


Case Study 1 General Commercial District (C-1) and General Industrial District (I-1)

Case Study 2 Low Density Residential District and Public Facilities District (PF

Case Study 1 Newly Emerged Zoning Districts

Case Study 2 Newly Emerged Z


t (R-1), Open Space District (OS) F)

Zoning Districts

Case Study 3 Open Space District (OS) and Public Facilities District (PF)

Case Study 3 Newly Emerged Zoning Districts


showroom

exhibition area

warehouse

train station


exhibition area

dinner train

d.i.y. store

café

CASE STUDY 1 PERSPECTIVE GENERAL COMMERCIAL DISTRICT (C-1) AND GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (I-1)


educational garden for students

public school

playing field

bicycle loop


plaza

boarding and lodging house

dwelling

community garden

CASE STUDY 2 PERSPECTIVE LOW DENSITY RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT (R-1), OPEN SPACE DISTRICT (OS) AND PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICT (PF)


light pole matrix

public park

highway

bridge


fishing area

kayaking

CASE STUDY 3 PERSPECTIVE OPEN SPACE DISTRICT (OS) AND PUBLIC FACILITIES DISTRICT (PF)


PROJECT 5

WAVE - SKATEBOARDING PARK PHILADELPHIA, PA

Wave is a skateboarding park in Philadelphia. In this case, wave refers to several splash pools, wave-like skateboarding circulation, and the lighting system which imitates the color of natural waves. Moreover, as it is designed for skateboarding, wave also symbolizes the motion of passionate skateboarders.

Professor C. Timothy Baird The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2014


Water skateboarding idea

Master Plan

Initial design concept

"Splash Pool" - using half an inch thick water layer for skating


natural waves

First 1/16" cardboard model

blue

extracting the shape and color

red

yellow

Final 1/16" CNC model

waves in park Final 1/16" CNC model


tree

amphitheater

"Splash Pool" half inch thick water layer

bioswale

basketball

pedestrian circulation

daytime view "Wave" Skateboarding circulation

shrub

lighting beneath the bridge

path lighting

building

skateboarding landform

night view


Amphitheater


Water Skating


CREDITS PENN STATE CURATORS Ron Henderson, FASLA Professor of Landscape Architecture and Asian Studies Stuckeman Chair in Integrative Design Maria Debije Counts, ASLA Visiting Instructor of Landscape Architecture

STUCKEMAN GALLERY MANAGER Scott Tucker

LARCH 332 GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT Zhen Tong

CURATORIAL ADVISOR Christopher Counts, FAAR Stuckeman Career Development Professor in Design

PENN STATE STUDENTS Erik Boyer, BLA ‘17 Benedetto Ceci, BLA’17 Paul Duffy, BLA ‘17 Ashley Eichlin, BLA ‘17 Michael Fargnoli, BLA ‘17 Matthew Gawarzewski, BLA ‘17 Adam Groshek, BLA ‘17 Jack Hall, BLA ‘17 Natalie Harper, BLA ‘17 Nicole Hill, BLA ‘17 Connor Kane, BLA ‘17 Grace Houpt, BLA ‘17 Kimberly Kassinger, BLA ‘17 Mengna Li, MLA ‘16 Xinxin Li, MLA ‘16 Andrea McCullough, BLA ‘17 Maria Olsen, BLA ‘17 Jessica Owens, BLA ‘17 Marie Passuello, BLA ‘17 Hailey Rohn, BLA ‘17 Jacqueline Schaeffer, BLA ‘17 Matthew Stowell, BLA ‘17 Hannah Thomas, BLA ‘17 Jason Thomson, BLA ‘17 Rebecca Waravdekar, BLA ‘17 Chase Weaver, MLA ‘16 Jordan Weber, BLA ‘17 Zachary Wright, BLA ‘17 April Yang, MLA ‘16 Bailun Zhang, BLA ‘17 Tulip Zhang, MLA ‘16 Stephen Zimmerer, BLA ‘17

PHOTOGRAPHY CREDIT Courtesy of Cody Goddard


PROJECT 6

DAN KILEY LANDSCAPES IN BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY, INDIANA PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY EXHIBITION 2016 NATIONAL ASLA STUDENT HONOR AWARD IN THE COMMUNICATIONS CATEGORY

Materials from the Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives Spring 2015


Aerial photograph typology model of a quincunx illustrating canopy cover and form.

Visitors to the gallery exhibit viewing uniquely hand-twisted trees that reveal branching structure, height and canopy to scale out of wire and added to the 3’ x 8’ CNC models of Dan Kiley’s Miller Garden and the North Christian Church.


Photograph of round-table colloquium as part of the exhibition with visiting archivist and guests from the general public and university at large with a discussion on scholarly contributions of Kileyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work as it relates to the timelessness of landscape architecture.

Photograph of visitor viewing project panels from inside the Robert G. Rouse III Gallery of the Dan Kiley Exhibit after installation.


Seasonality and space study over time panel of the planting typologies in plan at the Miller House and Garden. The plan diagrams were created using AutoCAD and Illustrator and are original student-drawings from research and analysis of Dan Kiley archives.

Gallery exhibition photograph depicting over 20 Kiley projects and augmented by planting typology studies with over 32 plans, sections and perspective analyses conducted through graphic representation and physical modeling techniques.


Gallery exhibition opening reception photograph showing two large-scale model replicas of Dan Kiley projects for which over 1,500 hand twisted individual trees were created for communication planted form and spatial complexity at the North Christian Church and the Miller Garden.

Blow up photograph illustrating specific planting typologies found within the Miller Garden created by students that through careful analysis and fabrication of Kileyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s work to bring the plan drawing to life experientially through the physical model in a new way.


Process chart illustrating how the exhibition came together as a project highlighting key moments of design, instructor feedback, refinement and making for the final installment of the exhibition, opening reception, colloquium and sharing.

3â&#x20AC;&#x2122; x 8â&#x20AC;&#x2122; 3d CNC landscape model replicas made from AutoCAD digital plans translated from blueprints revealing 3d tree forms and topography and populated by wire trees of different species such as Quercus alba, Gleditsia triacanthos, and Aesculus hippocastanum.


Sample page of the exhibition catalogue in color that accompanied the exhibit including 21 of Dan Kileyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s projects curated for only the second time in history from in and around Columbus, Indiana and augmented by planting typology studies.

Planting typology studies in the exhibition exploring phenological and morphological nuances within tree species through canopy growth, seasonality, texture, growth in caliper, structure, form among other topics with spatial planting typology models and drawings.


Analytical diagrams board using species taken from Dan Kiley’s work representing findings from explorations of planting over time.

Analytical diagram series drawing of the typology of ‘bosque’ that explores negative space and occupiable spatial configurations as space left-over from tree canopy and trunks.


Photograph of one of the five scaled topology models at 1” = 30’ - 0”. This one highlights the typology of ‘quincunx’ through Gleditsia triacanthos with portraying physical form, spacing and arrangement.


PROJECT 7

ACADEMIC BUILDING & SUBSTATION REPLACEMENT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PHILADELPHIA, PA

Architecture Research Office (ARO) Directed under Stephen Cassell / Kim Yao Internship Position / Summer 2016


37TH STREET

CAMPUS CONTEXT

STEINBERG HALL - DIETRICH HALL

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WISTAR INSTITUTE

SPRUCE STREET

site plan

THE QUAD

aerial views

site elevation facing north

37th street


SITE ANALYSIS

FACULTY OFFICES

FACULTY OFFICES

UP UP

FEC

STEINBERG HALL - DIETRICH HALL

FEC

STEINBERG HALL - DIETRICH HALL

SHREDDER TIMES TWO FILES

SHREDDER TIMES TWO FILES

CANON 3035 recycle bin CANON 3035 recycle bin HP Color Jet 3600DN HP Color Jet 3600DN

HPLaser Jet 3380

HPLaser Jet 3380

UP UP

36 5 REF.

UP

MICROWAVE TOASTER OVEN

UP

36 5 5 REF. MICROWAVE TOASTER OVEN 5

36

STORAGE NEEDED FOR ARCHIVE BOXES

STORAGE NEEDED FOR ARCHIVE BOXES

D

D

36

COPY / STORE

5

X’

5

20’

COMPUTER COMPUTER PROJ. PROJ.

45% OPEN MAXIMUM

NO RESTRICTIONS FOR OPENINGS OR SETBACK

PAPER STORAGE

13-14 FT INTERIOR HT

NO OPENINGS NEW BUILDING MUST BE TYPE IB CONSTRUCTION

20 FT INTERIOR HT

code approach new building with proposed lot line (feasibility study approach)

PAPER STORAGE

substation location new building classified as multiple buildings on same lot or as addition to shdh

feasibility study approach

adjacent to SHDH

relocated substation

turntable with pass-through

turntable - no passthrough

loading dock options feasibility study approach

site elevation facing east

spruce street

the quad


SELF SHADING FACADE STUDIES

west elevation

southeast elevation

view from 37th street


PROGRAM STACKING OPTIONS

RESEARCH CENTER

CONFERENCE

GROUP STUDY

CLASSROOM

RESEARCH CENTER

RESEARCH CENTER

CLASSROOM

CONFERENCE

CONFERENCE

GROUP STUDY

GROUP STUDY

CLASSROOM

STUDY LOUNGE

STUDY LOUNGE

LOADING DOCK

LOADING DOCK

STUDY LOUNGE

LOADING DOCK

GROUP STUDY / BREAKOUT GROUP STUDY ROOMS / BREAKOUT INNOVATION ROOMS FLATINNOVATION CLASSROOMS FLAT CLASSROOMS 150 NSF x40 150 NSF x40 750 NSF x12 750 NSF x12

research / conference at upper floors classroom / study at lower floors

equally distributed

stacked

PROGRAM SUMMARY

GROUP STUDY / BREAKOUT GROUP STUDY ROOMS / BREAKOUT INNOVATION ROOMS FLAT INNOVATION CLASSROOMS FLAT CLASSROOMS 150 NSF x40 150 NSF x40 750 NSF x12 750 NSF x12

SHARED CONFERENCE SHARED ROOMS CONFERENCERESEARCH ROOMS CENTERS RESEARCH & INITIATIVES CENTERS & INITIATIVES 450 NSF x10 450 NSF x10 2,000-2,500 NSF 2,000-2,500 x9 NSF x9

SHARED CONFERENCE SHARED ROOMS CONFERENCERESEARCH ROOMS CENTERS RESEARCH & INITIATIVES CENTERS & INITIATIVES 450 NSF x10 450 NSF x10 2,000-2,500 NSF x9 2,000-2,500 NSF x9

group study / breakout rooms 150 nsf x40

innovation flat classrooms 750 nsf x12

shared conference rooms 450 nsf x10

research centers & initiatives 2,000-2,500 nsf x9

BUSINESS SCHOOL SPATIAL ADJACENCIES

LOUNGE /CAFE

OPEN GROUP STUDY

CAMPUS EXTERIOR CONFERENCE ROOMS

EXTERIOR SPACES LOBBY/ CIRCULATION

RESEARCH CENTER & INITIATIVES

RESEARCH CENTER & INITIATIVES

GROUP STUDY/BREAK-OUT SPACE CLASSROOMS

LOUNGE/CAFE CONFERENCE ROOMS

CONFERENCE SPACE RESEARCH CENTERS & INITIATIVES

CAMPUS EXTERIOR

CAFE/LOUNGE/COMMON SPACE OFFICES/ADMINISTRATIVE

CAMPUS EXTERIOR

CIRCULATION


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GROUND FLOOR

MEZZANINE


LEVEL 2

UPPER FLOOR


COURTYARD SECTION + SHADING STUDIES

equinox

summer

winter

VIEW OF UPPER FLOOR COLLABORATIVE AREA


1/16" MODEL


SECTION

ninth floor

eighth floor

seventh floor

sixth floor

fifth floor


PROJECT 8

BROWN UNIVERSITY SCIENCES LIBRARY PROVIDENCE, RI

Architecture Research Office (ARO) Directed under Stephen Cassell / Kim Yao Internship Position / Summer 2016


CAPTURING A SINGLE-FLOOR FEEL ON MULTIPLE LEVELS

BUILDING AMENITIES AS ORGANIZING PRINCIPLE

COLUMNS 40’ O.C.

DAYLIGHT PENETRATION: 22.5’

FLOOR-TO-FLOOR: 15’

penthouse event space

reservable by tenants, rentable for private functions FLOOR PLATE WIDTH: 137’

standard floor plates

DAYLIGHT PENETRATION: 45’ FLOOR-TO-FLOOR: 30’

MEZZANINE WIDTH: 76’

mezzanines

mid-building amenities floor fitness center, restaurant, tenant lounge, reservable conference rooms, large roof terrace, etc.

KNOCKOUT PANELS AT CENTER OR EDGE

COMMUNICATING STAIR

knockout floor panels

ground-floor lobby / retail

CONTINUOUS VIEWS BETWEEN FLOORS

FLOOR PLATE WIDTH: 74’

split-level floors

street-facing retail open to public


ZONING ANALYSIS - THREE BASIC STRATEGIES

PROJECT 9 lot-line setback

alternate setback

tower setback

BLOCK 675

ZONING MASSING SECTIONS

ZONING ANALYSIS & DESIGN DRIVERS NEW YORK, NY

as-of-right ZFA as-of-right ZFA

as-of-right ZFA

FLOOR PLATE AREA BY FLOOR

FLOOR PLATE AREA RANGE FLOOR PLATE AREA RANGE

FLOOR PLATE AREA 80000

25

70000

20

50000

TOWER 40000

ALT. SKY-PLANE LOT LINE SKY-PLANE

30000

number of floors

floor plate area / ft²

60000

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TOWER ALT. SKY-PLANE LOT LINE SKY-PLANE 10

20000

5

10000

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floor number

FT²<10,000

10,000<FT²<20,000

20,000<FT²<30,000

30,000<FT²<40,000

40,000<FT²<50,000

50,000<FT²<60,000

60,000<FT²<70,000

floor plate area range / ft²

TRADEOFFS =~

lot-line setback

=~

massing w/mid-block tradeoff

tower w/mid-block tradeoff

784,410 ft² (10 FAR) 21 stories: 10 storey base w/48,000 ft² avg. flr. plate, 11 storey setback w/29,500 ft² avg. flr. plate

784,410 ft² (10 FAR) 23 stories: 10 storey base w/40,000 ft² avg. flr. plate, 13 storey setback w/28,500 ft² avg. flr. plate

Architecture Research Office (ARO) Directed under Stephen Cassell / Adam Yarinsky Internship Position / Summer 2016


PRE-FAB MODULAR HOUSING CASE STUDY NAKAGIN CAPSULE TOWER SHIMBASHI, TOKYO, JAPAN

Professor Marcus Shaffer The Pennsylvania State University Spring 2015


9 A400

0

West Elevation - Pantry

1

scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

North Elevation - Pantry

2

scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

South Elevation - Pantry scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

7 A400

6 A400

5 A400

3

South Elevation - Kitchen

4

scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

7

North Elevation - Powder Room scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

8

East Elevation - Powder Room scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

9

West Elevation - Kitchen

5

scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

South Elevation - Powder Room scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

10

West Elevation - Powder Room scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

North Elevation - Kitchen scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

11

East Elevation - Corridor scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

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All legal rights including, but not limited to, copyright and design patent rights, in the designs, arrangements and plans shown on this drawing are the property of Architecture Research Office LLC (ARO), and were developed for use solely in connection with this project. This drawing may not be used or reused, in whole or in part, except in connection with this project, without prior written consent of ARO. Copyright 2016 Architecture Research Office LLC, all rights reserved.

NYC DOB Number

East Elevation - Kitchen

scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

Seal and Signature

Issue FILING SET

Revision 6.29.2016

PRIVATE RESIDENCE

Drawing

iNTERIOR ELEVATIONS 12

West Elevation - Corridor scale: 1/2"=1'-0"

NOTES: 1. ALL MILLWORK IS BY OTHERS UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED. 2. KITCHEN COUNTERS AND BANQUETTE ARE IN SCOPE.

Project Drawn by Date Scale Sheet

xxxx 5.20.2016 As Noted

A-300.00 01 of 00

INTERIOR ELEVATIONS


1

WT-01

6

Counter Details

nts

3"=1'-0"

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7

WT-02 and WT-03 nts

Built-In Shelf Detail 3"=1'-0"

3

8

WT-04

Ceiling Detail

4

nts

3"=1'-0"

Built-In Shelf Plan Detail 3"=1'-0"

Banquette Detail

9

3"=1'-0"

FINISH TYPES Abbrev. MW-1

Description Walnut

Application Millwork

SS

Stainless steel

Base, Counter, Backsplash, Shelves Brushed #4

S-1

Marble stone slabs

Walls

Honed

Finish

P-1

2 Coats Benjamin Moore Aura

C ol -

Walls, Ceilings

Eggshell

#OC

P-2

2 Coats Benjamin Moore Aura

Trim, Doors

Semi-Gloss

#OC

T-1

Nemo tile Seta Nera 1" Hex

Walls, Floors

WP-1

Custom Wallpaper

Walls

NOTES:

1. All existing walls shall be patched, skim coated, and painted. 2. All new walls shall be skim coated and painted.

FINISH SCHEDULE

12

Door Plan Details - Powder Room

Room No.

Room Name

Floor

West

North

Eas

1.01

Kitchen

T-1

MW-1, SS, P-1

S-1, MW-1

S- 1

1.02

Powder Room

T-1

P-2, T-1

P-2, T-1

P-2

1.03

Corridor

T-1

P-1

MW-1, P-1

P-1

Wall & Base

3"=1'-0"

APPLIANCE, FIXTURE, and ACCESSORY SCHEDULE Room No. 1.01

10

Door Section Details - Powder Room 3"=1'-0"

1.02

Room Name Qty Kitchen 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Powder Rm 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

Typ e R ange Range Hood Washing Machine Vented Dryer Dishwasher Refrigerator Smoke + Carbon Monoxide alarm Garbage disposer Disposal Stopper Kitchen faucet Kitchen Sink Soap dispenser Powder room faucet Powder room mirror Sink P-Trap Toilet Toilet Carrier Toilet Seat/Cover Toilet Mounting Toilet Flush Actuator Toilet Paper Holder

Manufacturer Bluestar Bosch Miele Miele Bosch Sub-Zero nest Protect Waste King Elkay Franke Elkay Franke Hansgrohe Duravit Duravit Duravit Duravit, ME by Starck Geberit Duravit Duravit Duravit TBD

Model No. 30â&#x20AC;³ RNB Series; #RNB304BV 30" Box Canopy Chimney Ho W3039 T8019Ci 24" Panel Ready Special App

Legend Series model 8000 LKDS35 Conical bsaket strain TANGO FFPS 1300 Polished Crosstown Single Bowl Unde SD-500 Metris S Single-Hole Faucet; Mirror with lighting # DL72400 Handrinse basin ground #070 Fogo Designer Siphon #0050 Wall-mounted, Compact Rim Duofix In-wall tank and carrie Removable seat and cover; h Fixing model #006500; Noise Dual Flush Actuator Sigma 01


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All legal rights including, but not limited to, copyright and design patent rights, in the designs, arrangements and plans shown on this drawing are the property of Architecture Research Office LLC (ARO), and were developed for use solely in connection with this project. This drawing may not be used or reused, in whole or in part, except in connection with this project, without prior written consent of ARO. Copyright 2016 Architecture Research Office LLC, all rights reserved.

5

Floor/Base Detail 3"=1'-0"

NYC DOB Number

lor

-

Notes Refer to Drawings

Seal and Signature

Thickness per drawings 3/4" thickness

C-22BM

Over Fresh Start Acrylic Primer

C-22BM

Over Fresh Start Acrylic Primer Owner-supplied Owner-supplied

Ceiling

Notes

st

South

1, MW-1, SS

MW-1, P-1

P-1

Refer to Interior Elevations

2, T-1

P-2, T-1

P-1

Refer to Interior Elevations

1

P-1

P-1

Refer to Interior Elevations

Finish

V2 ood; HCB50651UC

Stainless Steel

plication; 800 Series; #SGV68U53UC

Stainless Steel

ner w/ metal stem, rubber gaskets, plastic base d Chrome 115.0067.256 ermount Sink; model #ECTRU24179R

Stainless Steel Chrome Stainless Steel Chrome Chrome

Part #31060001 00000 0445..27 03 6 mless; model #25300900921 er; model #111.335.00.5 hinges stainless steel, slow close; model #002019 e reduction gasket model #005064 1 # 115770

00 White Chrome 00 White

White

Notes Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied 24"x17"x9"; Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied 17 3/4"; Owner-supplied 17 3/4"; Owner-supplied Owner-supplied with Wondergliss finish; Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Ă&#x2DC; 1/2" x 7 1/8"; Owner-supplied Owner-supplied Owner-supplied

Issue FILING SET

Revision 6.29.2016

PRIVATE RESIDENCE 50 PLAZA STREET, APT #4A BROOKLYN, NY 10021 Drawing

DETAILS & SCHEDULES Project Drawn by Date Scale Sheet

xxxx SC 5.20.2016 As Noted

A-400.00 01 of 00

CONSTRUCTION DETAILS


10' 1

3 8" JOINT HANDTIGHT WITH 8" CRUSHED STONE ECO GRADED FILTRATION SAND OR ASTM #8 CLEAN GRADED STONE.

4" DIAMETER RAIL (TURNED SMOOTH)

PRECAST CONCRETE UNIT PAVERS WITH TIGHT POLYMERIC SAND SWEPT JOINTS. PAVER STYLE: AQUA BRICK WITH BOSTON COLONIAL OUTSIDE SOLDIER COURSE COLOR: QUARRY BLEND MANUFACTURE: IDEAL CONCRETE BLOCK COMPANY, INC.

PADDLE JOINT

3"

8" TYP.

WIDTH VARIES SEE LAYOUT PLAN

3"

FINISHED GRADE EDGE RESTRAINT AS MANUFACTURED BY UNILOCK OR EQUIVALENT- SEE DETAIL. 3

8" CRUSHED STONE ECO GRADED FILTRATION SAND OR ASTM #8 CLEAN GRADED STONE.

ASTM #57 3 4" CRUSHED STONE (OPEN GRADED)

6" DIAMETER POST NOTE: 1. THREE RAIL FENCE USED ON EDGE OF STEEPER SLOPES AND TO RESTRICT LIGHTER TRAFFIC. 2. ALL WOOD IS TO BE PRESSURE TREATED .40 CCA TIMBERS.

34

WOVEN GEO TEXTILE FABRIC MIRAFI FILTER WEAVE HIGH MODULES, POLYPROPYLENE FABRIC 95% COMPACTED SUBGRADE

NOTE: 1. SET UNITS IN RUNNING BOND PATTERN PERPENDICULAR TO DIRECTION OF PATH.

ROUND RAIL FENCE

1" = 1'-0"

NOT TO SCALE

PERVIOUS UNIT PAVER

38

37

1" = 1'-0"

NOT TO SCALE

ZT-34

ZT-38

1/16" MAX. 5"

PAVER, SEE (INSERT DETAIL NAME HERE) DETAIL FOR SECTION, TYPICAL. DRAINAGE RELEASE: 3 8" PEA STONE, FULL LENGTH OF GRANITE CURBING. CONTRACTOR TO HAND COMPACT

GRASS INFIELD TO BE FLUSH WITH TURF. TOLERANCE IS 0"-1/4"

GRANITE CURB

6"INFIELD MIX

X

X

X

6" PROCESSED AGGREGATE BASE COMPACTED SUB GRADE

NOTES: 1. EXP. JOINTS 20' O.C. MA 2. CONCRETE BASE SHALL B WITH STIFF BROOM FINISH

TURFACE APPLICATION RATES TO BE AS SPECIFIED BY MANUFACTURER. **TURFACE AS MANUFACTURED BY PROFILE PRODUCTS LLC 750 LAKE COOK RD. SUITE 440, BUFFALO GROVE, IL PH.# 1-800-207-6457

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SKINNED INFIELD MIX NOT TO SCALE

SECTIO

70

1/2" = 1'-0" ZT-44

PAVER SIDEWALK AND GRANITE CURB ENLARGEMENT NOT TO SCALE

1" = 1'-0" ZT-70

71

CONCRETE PAVE NOT TO SCALE

5/8" DOWEL W/ 1/2" EXP. JOINT 12' O.C. OR 144SF NOTE: CONCRETE APRON IS NOT TO RECEIVE INTEGRAL COLOR DISTANCE VARIES 8" REINFORCED CONCRETE DRIVEWAY RAMP

RADIUS EQUAL TO REVEAL

6'

CONCRETE UNIT PAVERS

5' 4x4 W2.1xW2.1 W.W.F.

2" 3"

PROCESSED AGGREGATE BASE 5"

7

5"

5"

CONCRETE DRIVEWAY APRON NOT TO SCALE

1" = 1'-0" ZT-07

11

FRONT ELEVATION NOT TO SCALE


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DESCRIPTION

DATE

BY

ZT-37

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AX. BE SCREEDED, FLOATED, H AND PITCHED TO GRADE

ON

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1" = 1'-0"

PRE-CAST CONC. CAP

BRICK OR STONE VENEER TO MATCH BUILDINGS ‘6&+'*$/67((/3267 W/CAP-PAINT COLOR PER OWNER

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2" NOM. FENCE GRADE FIR. T.+ G. DOORS W/LOCKING MECHANISM

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DRAWN

ADDRESS, STREET NAME TOWN, STATE

PROJECT NAME 1 PROJECT NAME 2

ZT-71

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MONTH DD, YYYY DATE

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---- OF XX SHEET NO.

3

1" = 1'-0" ZT-11

SHEET NAME Copyright Milone & MacBroom, Inc - 2015


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TW 1097.20 BW 1095.70 TW 1097.20 BW 1095.70

10

1113

TC 1110.40 BC 1109.90

01

11

1.50

0%

95

HPS 1113.06

LP 1106.40

%

0 .5

2

TC 1112.95 TC 1111.43 BC 1112.45 TC 1112.22 BC 1110.93 BC 1111.72

TC 1113.37 BC 1112.87

1.50%

RDI 2.3 RIM 110

1108 TC 1109.51 BC 1109.01

10

TC 1113.25 BC 1112.75

8.00

1109.10 TC 1109.95 BC 1109.45

1106

11

11

13

RDI 2.2 RIM 110

LP 1108.40

1107

1112

11

1108

1.50% 1109

RDI 2.1 RIM 1109.00

PIPE FRO RIM 1.1 T RIM 1.2 T RIM 1.3 T RIM 1.4 T RIM 1.5 T RIM 1.6 T RIM 2.1 T RIM 2.2 T RIM 2.3 T RIM 2.4 T RIM 2.5 T


OM TO 1.2 TO 1.3 TO 1.4 TO 1.5 TO 1.6 TO OUT TO 2.2 TO 2.3 TO 2.4 TO 2.5 TO OUT

DRAWING TITLE

LARCH 431

LEGEND

Final Project: Stormwater and Grading

EXISTING 1’ CONTOURS EXISTING 5’ CONTOURS PURPOSED 1’ CONTOURS PURPOSED 5’ CONTOURS SPOT ELEVATION

PROJECT TITLE:

SWALE CENTER LINE X.XX%

SLOPE PIPE

DI #.#

DRAIN INLET NUMBER

RIM

DRAIN RIM ELEVATION

OUT

DRAIN OUTLET

TS

TOP STAIR

BS

BOTTOM STAIR

TW

TOP WALL

BW

BOTTOM WALL

TC

TOP CURB

BC

BOTTOM CURB

CENTER FOR ENVIRONMENT STORM WATER MANAGEMENT DESIGN

SITE LOCATION: CFE PENN STATE, STATE COLLEGE, PA

REVISIONS

COMMON CURB

NO. 1. 2. 3.

EXTRUDE CURB

DATE

NAME

NAME: ZHEN TONG

DATE:

12/07/2014

DRAWING TYPE: PLAN

FILENAME: Tong Z_Final Grading Plan

SCALE: 0

30

60

90 ft

1" = 30' Dia. (in) 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Slope (ft/ft) 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01 0.01

L 50 50 53 64 24 75 48 60 65 63 123

n 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015 0.015

Inv. Out 1105.26 1104.76 1104.26 1103.73 1103.09 1102.85 1105.09 1104.61 1104.01 1103.36 1102.73

Inv. In 1104.76 1104.26 1103.73 1103.09 1102.85 1102.10 1104.61 1104.01 1103.36 1102.73 1101.50

Rim 1109.00 1108.00 1107.00 1106.00 1105.00 1104.00 1109.00 1108.00 1107.00 1106.00 1105.00

NORTH ARROW:

L1 SHEET 1 OF 1

STORMWATER AND GRADING


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