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  • 1. CHESTER LECH Design | Planning | Architecture
  • 2. t y p o l o g y Program Analysis Concept & Implementation The program of the project is based upon the needs of the neighborhood. Due to the poor high school graduation rateMixed-Use Project and the even lower number of college educated residents, a tutoring facility is provided. It should serve the needs of the surrounding neighborhood and likely beyond. The grocery store was selected with health in mind. ManySpring 2010 of the local food stores are small and generally only make money on unhealthy foods. With the provision of fruit and vegetable stands, along with healthy choices, the residents of this neighborhood should lead healthier lives.Graduate Studio - Brooklyn, NY Restroom KitchenTypology Family Room BedroomAll buildings fall into certain classifications or typologies. When one thinks ofa hospital, there are certain things expected of the hospital type such as a large Playgroundbuilding with multiple wings consisting of multiple rooms and flooring made Testing Roomsof linoleum tile etc. This project attempts to analyze the mixed use typology and Computer Labs Tutoring Offices Picnic Area Grocery Storedevelop it further along the lines of comfort, accessibility, and a sense of neigh- Areaborhood. Fruit & Vegetable Lobby StandsSoftware used: Rhino, Sketchup, VectorWorks, Illustrator, Photoshop Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Chester Lech FAMILY SIDE 2 Bedroom, 2 Story Apartment B-B A-A 2 Bedroom, 2 Story Apartment 2 Bedroom, 2 Story Apartment 2 Bedroom, 2 Story D-D D-D Apartment C-C C-C U P NORTH-SOUTH SECTION 1/8” = 1’-0” B-B A-A FOURTH FLOOR PLAN 1/16” = 1’-0” 2 Bedroom, 2 Story FAMILY SIDE Apartment 2 Bedroom, 2 Story B-B A-A 2 Bedroom, 2 Story Apartment Apartment U P 2 Bedroom, 2 Story D-D D-D Apartment U P U P C-C C-C U P U P A-A B-B THIRD FLOOR PLAN NORTH-SOUTH SECTION 1/16” = 1’-0” 1/8” = 1’-0” Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Chester Lech Chester Lech Chester Lech SINGLE / INDIVIDUAL SIDE B-B A-A U P 2-STORY STUDIO 2-STORY STUDIO Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller D-D D-D Chester Lech FAMILY SIDE C-C C-C 3-STORY STUDIO 3-STORY STUDIO 2-STORY STUDIO 2-STORY STUDIO “Brownstone” A-A B-B FRUIT & VEGETABLE Communal Stair FRUIT & VEGETABLE GROCERY STORE SECOND FLOOR PLAN GROCERY STORE 1/16” = 1’-0” EAST-WEST SECTION 1/8” = 1’-0” A-A B-B SINGLE / INDIVIDUAL SIDE SNEDIKER AVENUE HINSDALE STREET D-D D-D “Brownstone” Communal Stair “Brownstone” C-C C-C Communal Stair FAMILY SIDE 2 Bedroom Apartment BROOKLYN CULTURE BROWNSVILLE / EAST NEW YORK Brooklyn is home to many different cultures. 43% is white, Brownsville is home to a black majority population who make up 75% of its 2 Bedroom Apartment 36% is Afican American, & 9.3% is Asian. 37% of the popula- residents. Hispanic, White, and Asian make up less than 15% each. 37% of the A-A B-B tion is foreign born while almost half speak a second lan- residents graduate from college while only 13% have bachelors degrees, com- LIVONIA AVENUE guage. Finally, 27% have a bachelor’s degree or higher. pared to the 27% for the entire borough. The median household income is ap- Much of the culture in Brooklyn is brought from the foreign proximately $25,000 ensuring that most residents live below the poverty line. born population. Typically, these cultures congregate around Most families consist of more than three people and there is a need for larger particular areas of the borough and create areas such as living space within their homes and apartments. “Little Poland” & “Little Odessa”. Brooklyn surely lives up to it’s slogan: “Home to Everyone from Everywhere!” GROUND FLOOR PLAN Studio Families Arch 6120, CarlFamilies Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Studio Ray Miller 1/16” = 1’-0” Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller Chester Lech Chester Lech Chester Lech EAST-WEST SECTION Studio Families Arch 6120, Carl Ray Miller 1/8” = 1’-0” Chester Lech
  • 3. P O T E N T I A L I T YOld Country Buffet2007-2008KCA Architects - Fairfax, VAPotentialityBuilding sites are not only restricted by the law but sometimes offer the chal-lenge of a lack of space. A designer must maximise on the potential of a space inorder to provide the client with the best use of his/her money. Taking advantageof the potentiality allows the client the possibility to achieve a high profit. Thisspace utilized every inch of space for the kitchen while providing ample seatingfor customers.Software used: AutoCad, Photoshop Chester Lech 04 Chester Lech Chester Lech 03 Chester Lech 05
  • 4. S I M P L I F I C T A I O N Mama Lucia’s Pizza 2007-2008 KCA Architects - Fairfax, VA Simplification In retail, as in architecture, it is about simplification for the user, client, contrac- tor, etc. The purpose of a space should be evident visually and not confuse the consumer. The details of describing the structure of a project should be clear visually as well. Notes and signage need to be used when necessary when the architecture cannot fully describe a space. This project was made simple by al- lowing customers to understand precisely the way in which they were to traverse the space. Software used: AutoCad Chester Lech 10Chester Lech 08 Chester Lech 11
  • 5. a m e l i o r a t eHollywood Tans2007-2008KCA Architects - Fairfax, VAAmeliorateAs the world grows, business does as well. Clients tend to outgrow their space.To ameliorate this, a new, larger space needs be designed better than the first.Each nook and cranny must be examined and well designed. The floor, ceiling,walls, door handles, parapets, phases of demolition, etc. require a consistentthought process. Below represents only a small portion of what a good designerprovides to the contractor for a complete job.Software used: AutoCad Chester Lech Chester Lech 19 Chester Lech 19 Chester Lech Chester Lech 17
  • 6. C O M M O D I O U SHecht’s / Lord & Taylor / Bloomingdales2004-2008KCA Architects - Silver Spring, MDCommodiousBuildings can take up an enormous amount of space if given a vast program.Depending on that program, users may want to occupy a cozy space or, incontrast, they may want to feel the grand size of the space. Shopping requires amix of both. Users want to be able to see the products throughout the store fromwherever they stand, while not feeling engulfed within that space. A large retailspace such as this Bloomingdales, perfectly implements both desires seamlessly.Software used: AutoCad Chester Lech L-24 Chester Lech L Chester Lech L-20Chester Lech L-21 Chester Lech L-
  • 7. I N T E G R A T I O NRonald McDonald HouseFall 2010Graduate Studio - Chicago, ILIntegrationThe Ronald McDonald House is a unique example of how a building can lenditself to encompass all walks of life. What results is a dynamic environment Guest Room #1 West Elevation 1/2”=1’-0” Conservatorywith various needs. For these reasons, the Ronald McDonald House design mustintegrate these walks of life in a purposeful manner. Vast amounts of research,attention to special needs, and experiential circulation help define a temporaryhome for all walks of life.Software used: Revit, Sketchup, AutoCad, Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel Guest Room #1 North Elevation 1/2”=1’-0” Wall Section Detail 1 1/2”=1’-0” 3rd Floor Play Area The “Green” House Nature. Whether you are from the city, suburbs, or a rural community, people have an affinity for it. In cities, parks are created to simulate the open spaces commonly found in rural areas. In the sub- urbs, people tend to create gardens. Rural people have an abundance of nature. In the “Green” House, the idea is to bring that nature to the people inhabiting the Ronald McDonald house by making an indoor conservatory. Each grouping of three floors has their own greenhouse space where they can enjoy nature and perhaps even have their own personal garden. This space creates a calm, indoor environment, away from the bustle of the city and the stress of life. Bird’s Eye View Looking Southwest The idea of nature, its non-linear growth patterns, and its placidness is reflected throughout the design of The “Green” House. 1 2 3 4 Chiller 1 2 3 4 Elevator 3 - 10” 21 - 10" 21 - 0" 24 - 4" 1 A109 Machine Room Parapet 213 - 0" Roof 211 - 0" 1 2 3 4 A 1 Level 18 (Chapel) A109 199 - 0" 20 - 10" Entrance View A 1 2 3 4 Level 17 (Living) 188 - 0" 1 A109 Plumbing Bird’s Eye View Looking Northwest Chase B Level 16 (Living) 177 - 0" A B Guest Room 3 291 SF Retail Space 1 Resource Center Plumbing Guest Room 1 347 SF Guest Room 2 Plum Chas 1989 SF Mechanical 532 SF Mechanical Chase 255 SF Level 15 30 - 7" (Communal) Chase Chase 1 2 3 4 163 - 0" 1 A108 Plumbing A Boiler B Level 14 (Living) Humidifier 152 - 0" Chase Heat Plumbing Mech UP C Sprinkler Pump Chase Guest Room 4 Chas B Pump 210 SF Mechanical Room Mechanical C Level 13 (Living) 293 SF Guest Room 6 Storage Chase 225 SF 141 - 0" 466 SF Plumbing Electric Room Chase 122 SF UP 1 22 - 10" A108 C UP Level 12 (Living) Fireplace 130 - 0" D C D Level 11 2nd Floor Plan 1/8” = 1’-0” Plumbing D (Communal) Basement 116 - 0" 1 1/16" = 1-0" Chase Conservatory 799 SF Existing Sidewalk Plant: Golden Flame Spiria Forsy New Sidewalk Guest Room 5 Level 10 (Living) 230 SF Structural Diagram - Plan 105 - 0" D NTS Pond Cent 1 2 3 4 Level 9 (Living) 94 - 0" 12" Deep Pond A B C D Plumbing Chase Light Bollards Retail Space 2 North Facade Level 8 (Living) 711 SF 83 - 0" Retail Space 1 653 SF Double-Sided Fireplace 1 2 3 4 Mechanical Level 7 (Communal) Chase 1 69 - 0" Existing Building Existing Building Reception A109 462 SF 1 Story 2-Stories Existing Building 1 Story Level 6 (Living) A 58 - 0" Loading Dock Mechanical 608 SF Sidewalk Chase Plumbing Plumbing Chase Chase Level 5 (Living) 47 - 0" Handicap Parking Line of F Space CLASSROOM Above 517 SF B Offices Guest Room Level 4 (Living) 36 - 0" 312 SF Mechan Plumbing WORKOUT ROOM Mechanical Chase 1st Floor Plan Chase 470 SF Ductwork Level 3 1 2 3 4 1/8” = 1’-0” 24 - 0" Chillers Elevator 1 Wall Section Through Conservatory Machine Room A108 1/8” = 1’-0” Play Area Level 2 CMU Wall North-South Section Looking West 12 - 0" NTS Guest Room Curtain Wall C Glass Railing Level 1 Mechanical STORAGE 0 - 0" Chase 464 SF Plumbing Sprinkler Chase Line of F Pipes 1 Section East-West Looking North 1/8" = 1-0" Above Concrete Guest Room Pylons Brick Wall D Structural Diagram - Perspective Section North-South Looking East Section East-West Looking North 1 Section East-West Looking North NTS 3rd Floor Plan 1/8” = 1’-0” NTS NTS NTS South Elevation 1 1/32" = 1-0" Concrete
  • 8. S o n a n c eRecording StudioFall 2010Helios Design Build - Chicago, ILSonanceSound can be a problem in any spacial layout. It becomes a problem particularlyso in a recording studio. Walls, floors and ceilings need to be treated differentlyin each defined space. Material selection and furniture layout come into play aswell. This project implemented the use of elongated rooms with non-parallelwalls to negate sound reflection and reverberation.Software used: Revit, Sketchup, AutoCad, Illustrator, Photoshop, Excel R19 INSULATION SOUND BOARD CAULK SOUNDBOARD TO EXISTING JOISTS HAT CHANNEL PULL HANDLE BOTH SIDES REMOVE GYPSUM BOARD OFFSET HEIGHTS OF New Countertop 220 SHELVING KNOBS TO ALLOW DEMO Ceiling Assembly SPACE BETWEEN 4 STUB Machine Scale: 1 1/2" = 1-0" 5-6" T INTERIOR KNOBS Room Sound FX METAL PUSH PANEL REMOVE ALL BOTH SIDES Storage 2-9" LOW VOLTAGE SOLID CORE Control Room " WOOD DOORS SUB PANEL TO -4 390 SF BE RELOCATED 16 INVESTIGATE 16-3" Studio DOOR STOP TO FOR REMOVAL IF 140 SF CREATE NOTHING BEHIND 5 1/2" AIR GAP 4-0" 12-8" 17-0" BUILT IN DOOR HINGE SPEAKER SHELF WOOD DOOR TRIM 2-6" 2-9" INSULATED WALL ASSEMBLY 28-9" Out of Scope Out of Scope Out of Scope 9-10" 9-10" Soundproof Door Detail 3 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1-0" Studio 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD 300 SF 6-0" AFF (2) LAYERS OF SOUND TYPICAL DEADENING BOARD Control Room SCREWED INTO RC-1 16-0" 410 SF CHANNEL CONTROL BOOTH SIDE 17- ROOM SIDE 5" RC-1 CHANNEL 1/4" ANGLED GLAZING WITH PADDING TAPE 24" O.C. ATTACHED 5 3/8" GLAZING TO 2X6 STEEL STUD -3 " LIGHTING & BATT INSULATION WOOD FLOOR 11-0" RIGID FIBERGLASS EXISTING EXISTING OVER CONTINUOUS TO REMAIN EXISTING CONFERENCE LOBBY RUBBER SEAL EXISTING LOBBY CAULK WITH FULL LOAD OF TO CEILING RELOCATE CONFERENCE EXISTING NON-HARDENING WOOD CASINGS COUNTERTOP ACOUSTICAL SEALANT TO KITCHEN NEOPRENE SETTING BLOCKS INSTALL 1/2" NEOPRENE VIBRATION LEGEND 3/4" STOCK WINDOW PADS EVERY 18" GENERAL NOTES: Duplex Outlet TV FRAME -REMOVE ALL EXISTING DUCTWORK Switch 2" Duplex Outlet In Ceiling INSULATED WALL -REMOVE ALL EXISTING CARPET Wall Sconce ASSEMBLY Quad Outlet -SALVAGE ALL EXISTING LIGHT FIXTURES Lighting Track 9 7/8" Duplex Outlet In Floor Fluorescent Light Soundproof Window Detail Soundproof Wall Detail 2 1 Scale: 1 1/2" = 1-0" Scale: 1 1/2" = 1-0"
  • 9. U.N.O. METAL DECK ABOVE METAL DECK ABOVE 5/8" DECKING ABOVE METAL DECK ABOVE U.N.O. 5/8" 5/8" 3 5/8" METAL BRACING ALTERNATELY CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT BOTH @ 48" O.C. TO DECK ABOVE BOTH SIDES TYPE "FR" SEALANT AT RATED SIDES @ NON-RATED WALLS ONLY WALLS DE - TYPE "FR" SEALANT AT RATED e l e g a n c e WALLS 6" CEILING CHANNEL, 2" DEEP LEG 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD 6" ABOVE CEILING CHANNEL, 2" DEEP LEG CEILING CHANNEL, 2" DEEP LEG CEILING CHANNEL, 2" DEEP LEG CE TRACK TYPICAL HIGHEST CEILING TRACK TYPICAL TRACK TYPICAL TRACK TYPICAL TR 6" LINE OF FINISHED CEILING 6" LINE OF FINISHED CEILING LINE OF FINISHED CEILING (VARIES) LINE OF FINISHED CEILING LIN (VARIES) (VARIES) (VARIES) (VA 6" 3 1/2" SAFB WHERE SHOWN ON 3 1/2" SAFB WHERE SHOWN ON 3 1/2" SAFB WHERE SHOWN ON 3 1/2" SAFB WHERE SHOWN ON 31 PLANS, STC 49 PLANS, STC 49 PLANS, ONE SIDE PLANS, STC 49 PL SEE ROOM FINIISH SCHEDULE SEE ROOM FINIISH SCHEDULE SEE ROOM FINIISH SCHEDULE SEE ROOM FINIISH SCHEDULE SE FOR WALL FINISH MATERIAL FOR WALL FINISH MATERIAL FOR WALL FINISH MATERIAL FOR WALL FINISH MATERIAL FO LINE OF FINISHED CEILING (VARIES) (BOTH SIDES) (BOTH SIDES) (BOTH SIDES) (BOTH SIDES) (BORPM Italian SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE FOR WALL FINISH MATERIAL 1 HANDSINK BY KITCHEN EQUIPMENT CONTRACTOR WITH 1/2" PLYWOOD @ SHEAR WALLS 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 TOWEL AND SOAP DISPENSERS BY OWNER. VERIFY WITH KITCHEN DRAWINGS. 1 ONE LAYER 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD 1 2 A8.0 OR AS NOTED ON PLANS TO 6" A8.2 ONE LAYER 5/8" GYPSUM BOARDEXISTING TO REMAIN. MOP SINK, OR ONE LAYER 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD TWO LAYERS OF 5/8" GYPSUM ONE LAYER 5/8" GYPSUM BOARD OR ON ACTIVE LEAF 13 ABOVE CEILING AS NOTED ON PLANS TO 6" ABOVE FULL HEIGHT IN MOP BASIN AREA. 3 DUROCK WALLS, (BOTH SIDES) BOARD - TYPE "X"(BOTH SIDES) AS NOTED ON PLANS - TYPE "X" AT ASWinter 2011 10 - 1 5/8" 4 7/8" 7 - 0 7/8" 7 1/4" 6 - 3 3/8" 6 1/8" CEILING (BOTH SIDES) 4 ELECTRICAL PANELS & EQUIPMENT, REFER TO ELECTRICAL FIRE RATED WALLS (BOTH SIDES) CE SHEETS. E METAL STUD @ 16" O.C. G 5 MAIN SWITCH / DISTRIBUTION PANEL, REFER TO ELECTRICAL SHEETS. 125F       34 METAL STUD, SEE STUD CHART 2 ROWS 2 1/2" METAL STUDS @ 16" METAL STUD, SEE STUD CHART METAL STUD, SEE STUD CHART ME  6 STEREO / SOUND SPEAKER SYSTEM BY OWNERS VENDOR. BELOW O.C. BRACED @ 48" O.C. VERTICALLY BELOW BELOW UP 114 7 P.O.S. STATION, COORDINATE ROUGH-INS WITH ELECTRICAL EXTEND ASSEMBLY FROM FLOOROFFICEChipman Design Architecture - Chicago, IL CONTRACTOR, OWNER, EQUIPMENT SUPPLIER. EX TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE 121 MEN WOMEN EXTEND ASSEMBLY FROM FLOOR EXTEND ASSEMBLY FROM FLOOR EXTEND ASSEMBLY FROM FLOOR 6 - 1" 25 125E DOOR W/ 73 SF 120 DS 118 #U403 UL 2 HR 8 8a: FIRE SUPPRESSION BY G.C., 8b: SYSTEM PULL BOX BY UN CLOSER A RATED WALL G.C. - REF. KITCHEN AND HOOD DRAWINGS. TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE TO UNDERSIDE OF DECK ABOVE EXISTING 2-HR RATED WALLS 16 17 43 SF 47 SF TO REMAIN - COMPLY WITH UL 9 STAINLESS STEEL ON DUROCK WALLS @ COOK LINE AND DN #U403 SCULLERY, REFER TO SHEET KS1 FOR EXTENT BY KITCHEN ADJACENT LOBBY/ELEVATOR SPACE - N.I.C. 125D 4 TYP. DASHED LINE INDICATES BASE, 121 120 118 DRY DASHED LINE INDICATES BASE, CONTRACTOR. EQUIPMENT DASHED LINE INDICATES BASE, DASHED LINE INDICATES BASE, DASHED LINE INDICATES BASE, DA 3 4 C EQ EQ B EQ EQ EQ A 4 3 A B C MECHANICAL 122 SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE STORAGE SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE SEATING BY OWNER. 10 FIXED SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE SEE ROOM FINISH SCHEDULE SE  TYP. WD-4 DOOR W/ CLOSER 117 P-X TYP. 7 2 P-X TYP. 7 20 - 3 5/8" 302 SF TYP. 7 7 TYP. WD-4 124 120 SF 11 HOST STATION BY OWNER.  WOMEN A TYP. 7 WD-4 2 A WD-4 125 CHANGING FLOOR RUNNER 12 RAISED PLATFORM AND BOOTH SEATING. REFER TO A11.2. FLOOR RUNNER B./LAY-IN CEILING & FLOOR RUNNER C2 FLOOR RUNNER FLOOR RUNNER FL TENANT IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING RESTAURANT TENANT: 191 SF 119 T./STOREFRONT SYSTEM 122 NEW 90 MIN. DOOR W/ CLOSER A 90 MIN. “B” 13 DOOR BUZZER. 2 2 1/4" CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT 40 SF LABEL DOOR CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT TYPE "FR" SEALANT CONT. ACOUSTICAL SEALANT BOTH CO  12 - 6" W/ CLOSER 123 3 3/4" BOTH SIDES 14 PUSH BUTTON VARIES BOTH SIDES 6" 4 7/8" SIDES @ NON-RATED WALLS ONLY - 4 7/8" BO A Elegance TYPE "FR" SEALANT AT RATED WALLS 3 - 9 3/8" C2 15 THERMOSTAT CONTROLS. VERIFY LOCATION W/ OWNER WD-4 E " EXISTING 4 HR -0 C2 RATED SHAFT WALL 127A 5 7 - 6" 6 1/8" A 16 DATA / PHONE LINE PANEL. PROVIDE PLYWOOD BACKING SEE PLAN F 125B 125C 5 ABOVE OFFICE DOOR.  117 L6 L6 L6 L6 C1 DS C2 A 17 PROVIDE 3/4" FIRE-TREATED PLYWOOD BACK IN WALLS AT C1  3 - 9 3/4" A   6 - 5" NEW WALL TO ALIGN CABINET AND COUNTER LOCATIONS, REFER TO SHEET KS1. 126 128 127C  3 - 0" W/ EXISTING MIN.  A SERVICE AV 18 THERMOSTAT TEMPERATURE SENSORS. REFER TODining experiences may vary, however oftentimes, clients wish to produce 4 7/8" 4 - 8 5/8" CORRIDOR CR-1 CLOSET 2 3  MECHANICAL SHEETS. C2 NEW WALL TO ALIGN 123 OPEN A 125A W/ EXISTING TYP. 19 RESTROOM 4 526 SF DIMMER PANEL. REFER TO ELECTRICAL SHEETS. EXISTING 4 HR A NEW WALL TO ALIGN CORRIDOR 3 - 7 1/2" CR-1 DEMISING WALL 5 - 0" 25 - 5 3/8" W/ EXISTING 20 DIMMER CONTROL STATION. 3 - 8" 6 - 0" 1 - 0" 6 - 0" 3 - 0" 1 MIN. CR-1 127 127B  T./LEDGE 102 3 - 0" 122 SF A8.1 HOLD    21 PAINT EXISTING EXPOSED PIPES, REFER TO ELEVATION 11 - 10 1/2"  CR-1    DS    12 - 8 3/8" ± SHEETS.       4 - 6"  meaningful experiences to their customers. Visually rich spaces tend to influ- FREEZER 4 7/8" T./ SILL ACTIVE LEAF   4 1/8" 105 126A 3 - 0"          116 WINE DISPLAY, REFER TO SHEET A8.4 & A8.5. 3 - 6" 3 - 6"  22 2 - 10" V.I.F. 9 A 9 CASED OPENING 46 SF DELI DINING 23 ADA ACCESSIBLE COUNTER, REFER TO DETAIL 6/A8.3. 3 - 6"  3 126C 3A DISHWASHING 24 NOT USED 6 - 5 1/8" T./PLATFORM 102  103 " A 27   Closet B-1 B-1 B-1 1 1/2" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0"   -0 114 7 - 9 7/8" 229 SF 126B 5 MEN   22 126A 38 25 BULK CO2 TANK   1 - 0" V.I.F. 14 . 3C SERVICE 230 SFence the clientele to spend more on less. Money is spent on their architectural   A10.1 BAR 1 30 SF NEW WALL TO ALIGN 7 126 NOT USED 26    141 128 122 SF DS DS W/ EXISTING B-1 3B B-1 E B-1 B-1 K 81 SF A 4 - 0" 27 DISHWASHER EXHAUST. ABOVE    NORTH ELEVATION EAST ELEVATION SOUTH ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION  EXISTING 1A 1B 1C 1D TENANT IMPROVEMENT OF EXISTING RESTAURANT TENANT: 15 20 28 NOT USED  1/4" = 1-0" 1/4" = 1-0" 1/4" = 1-0" E 1/4" = 1-0" 2 - 0" COOLER & 5/8" GYP. BOARD ON 2x6 METAL  7 FREEZER TO 14 . DOOR W/ CLOSER REMAIN. 29 ACCESS DOOR 1/2" STUDS @ 16" O.C. NOTE: PROVIDE @ ALL ENDSexperience more than the food itself. RPM Italian was designed and drawn with 5" 7" 1 & @ 6-0" O.C. WHERE 1) THE BOTTOM TRACK OF ALL PARTITIONS/WALLS SHA 1 INTERIOR ELEVATIONS - PRIVATE DINING NO.1 & 2 1 30 CONCRETE CURB IN KITCHEN & BAR. SEE KS1 FOR MORE 14 - 2 1/4" ± A A 4 - 2 1/4" 7 ALIGN INFO. 1/4" INDICATED ON FLOOR PLANS 1 7/16" PENETRATION @ 32" O.C. POWER DRIVEN FASTEN     NEW STOREFRONT TO MATCH EXISTING   DS 31 ELECTRIC SHUT-OFF 2) INTERIOR PARTITION STUD SIZING:   SERVICE 2 - 1 3/8" 35 4 7/8"   P " 1/4" = 1-0"  3/8 32 HOSE BIBS FLOOR PLAN & NOTES A - 4 1 S.S. PANELS (BY K.E.C.)this in mind to create one of the more influencial, elegant dining experiences in DELI DINING 6" 4 7/8" 33 NOT USED NEW WALL TO ALIGN 2A WOOD FILLER STRIP - STUD CHART (INTERIOR 4 7/8" 3 - 5 1/8" TYP. 10  2 WOOD FINISH AS PER  W/ EXISTING   42" LOW WALL ALUMINUM BRUSHED CHROME ANODIZED   17  34 STAIN TO MATCH PANELS 3 - 8" SAFE ON 1 1/2" CONCRETE SLAB; REFER TO A8.2.  2 3 4 D   104 FINISH PLAN  MAXIMUM WALL HEIGHT   MAIN DINING FINISHING AND EDGE PROTECTION BY SCHLUTER - WRAP  PASS-THRU WINDOW 2D 2B   101 D 1 650 SF ROOM   35 OUTLINE OF EXISTING KITCHEN HOODS TO REMAIN A10.0 A8.4 RONDEC-E. VERIFY IN FIELD NEC. PROFILE, IIMM.   105 10-10" 1 - 6" LOW WALL TO MATCH HEIGHT OF 36 ALARM SYSTEM PANEL. VERIFY W/ VENDOR PL-1 TYP. 7 PL-1 PL-1 2C 1121 SF 3 5/8" / 6" 20 GA. METAL 13 - 6" SERVICE BAR COUNTER; 30 12-5" 4 - 6" 1/2" DUROCK EXTENDED 18"     PL-1 PL-1 WD-4 TYP. 7 PL-1 11 TOP OF GLASS PARTITION 10 - 0" A.F.F. 37downtown Chicago. REMOTE SOUND SYSTEM CONTROL STATION STUDS - CONFIRM FRAMING   1 REFER TO ELEVATIONS FOR FINISH BEYOND TOP OF HOOD 13-6"  B./LAY-IN CEILING     A11.4 38 ALL WALLS IN KITCHEN / B.O.H. TO RECEIVE PLYWOOD BACKING. SIZE WITH PLANS 15-6" P 4C 4A 39 A10.1 TYP. 21 30 FIRESTOP PIPE & DUCT PENETRATIONS INCLUDING SODA 16-11"  3/8" 21 TYP. MOISTURE RESISTANT GYP. BD. OVER BUNDLES 1/4" HOOD BY K.E.C. 5/8" GWB EACH SIDE 18 - 0 1/2" 19-8"      B./LIGHT FIXTURES DOOR W/ CLOSER 4B MTL. FRAMING 3"   9 17 38 26-7"   52 W. ILLINOIS     10 - 0" 35  35-0" CHICAGO, IL H D     ROUTER OUT REVEAL IN TYP. 3x3 STEEL TUBE U.N.O. WELDED GYP. BD. BOTH SID 22 - 1 1/2" C 3/4" PANEL, STAIN TO STEEL BASE PLATE AT END  24 - 1" 14 .   OF LOW WALLS, AND PLACE 3 - 6 1/2" 15A 8 TRIM PIECE EVERY 6-0" BETWEEN ENDS AS 3) THE TOP TRACK OF FULL HEIGHT WALLS SHALL BE AT G   100A ENTRY A11.2 G TYP. 10 A11.1 SLIP JOINT. USE DETAIL 3/A7.1 NECESSARYSoftware used: Revit 14 . 100 4) PROVIDE MIN. 2-0" HIGH CEMENT BOARD @ FLOOR BE 8 - 9 3/8" 265 SF TOP OF GLASS PARTITION NEW WALL TO ALIGN KITCHEN EXISTING 5) PROVIDE CEMENT BOARD UNDER ALL WALL TILE. PRO  10 - 0" A.F.F. W/ EXISTING, TYP ALL 113 ELEVATOR ANCHOR BOLTS AND FRAMING MEMBERS.   5 - 2 7/8" CR-1 1A 2A SIDES T/ FINISH FLOOR SHAFT S.S. PANELS (BY K.E.C.) CR-1 1585 SF OPEN 0-0"  6) PROVIDE BOTTOM TRACK AS REQUIRED AT ALL PARTI STEEL PLATE DIMENSION AS   100B 1D A10.1 1B 2D A10.1 2B 4 7/8" 2 - 7 5/8" 4 7/8" 3/4" 7) PROVIDE GREEN BOARD IN WET AREAS THAT RECEIV P TYP. 10 10 - 10" 2 - 2" 15 - 0" 9 - 11 1/8" 21 - 3 3/4" REQUIRED 3 - 6"   1C G 2CWD-4   42 - 3" ALIGN 3 - 6 1/2" 1 - 4 5/8" OPP.  G KEYNOTES 4 5/8" FINISH FLOORB-1 OPP. 4 - 10"  1      T/ FINISH FLOOR 0 - 0" HOST SCALE: NONE TYP. 10 B-1 WD-4 2 - 0 1/8"    11 B-1 TYP. 10 0-0" 21 TYP.  1 - 7 2 - 2 1/8" 4 EAST ELEVATION 2 - 1" 2 - 0" 11 C1 3/4 NORTH ELEVATION 2B 1. REFER TO K-SHEETS FOR EQUIPMENT LAYOUT, 67 - 6 7/8" 2A " 2 - 7 1/2" 1/4" = 1-0" E SPECIFICATIONS AND CRITICAL DIMENSIONS. BUILDING DEPARTMENT NOTES 2 - 6" 4 7/8" 2 - 0 5/8" 1 1/4" = 1-0" 6" 2. ALL TOILET ROOMS AND KITCHEN WALLS TO HAVE 2 - 0" C 1 - 6" = 1-0" MOISTURE RESISTANT DRYWALL HOODS AND SCULLERY, AND 12" HIGH 1. ALL EXIT DOORS SHALL BE OPERABLE FROM INSIDE THE 12" = 1-0" 1 1/2" = 1-0" 3" = 1-0" CFS HEADER SCHEDULE (INT  CEMENTITIOUS BOARD BASE (AT INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 42" HIGH LOW-WALL A SPACE WITHOUT USE OF A KEY OR ANY SPECIAL SERVICE  1 - 7 1/2" INSTALL 5/8" CEMENTITIOUS BOARD FULL HEIGHT. SMOOTH KNOWLEDGE OR EFFORT. ANY SPECIAL LOCKING DEVICES W/ GLASS PARTITION 4 3 2  D OPENING HEADER 2 - 4" 2 - 4" A SIDE OUT AT WALLS TO RECEIVE K.E.C. STAINLESS STEEL. 3 (WALL TYPE C) TO REFER TO K-SHEETS FOR LOCATIONS OF STAINELESS SHALL BE AN APPROVED TYPE, BY THE GOVERNING CODE. B./DECK 2. ALL EXIT DOORS MUST OPEN OVER A LANDING NOT MORE 2 - 5 1/2" A11.5 HEADER ABOVE NOT