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    • 01.1 The Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee -Chin Crystal The Royal Ontario Museum is one of Canada’s most important museums, with a double mandate of serving both the arts Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal and natural history. Located at one of Toronto’s most visible intersections, Renaissance Rom is an ambitious programme to restore and renovate the existing buildings (built between 1912 and 1931) and construct a new addition, known as The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal. Designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind in joint venture with B+H Architects, the Crystal will add 167,000 sq ft to the existing museum, with approximately half dedicated to new gallery spaces. The ground floor will feature a spacious new entrance and lobby as well as a new retail shop accessible directly from the street. Also included are three new restaurants, the most spectacular of which is located on the 5th floor in a wing that cantilevers over the existing building and provides spectacular panoramic views of downtown. The Michael Lee-Chin Crystal is comprised of six intersecting volumes, known as crystals. Two of these volumes are dedicated to new galleries. Where these two intersect, a third volume is created. This crystal is known as the Spirit House and is essentially a large atrium rising from below grade to the fourth floor. The two flanking gallery spaces are accessed through this space which features a number of criss-crossing bridges at various levels. It is meant to be a space where the visitor can reflect upon the exhibitions they have just passed through before entering the next gallery. A fourth crystal, known as the Stair of Wonders is dedicated to vertical circulation but also features exhibition vitrines at the stair landings. A 14 6 fifth crystal houses a new restaurant. The intersecting spaces create a variety of atriums which afford views into galleries from different levels and different spaces within the museum. One large atrium, known as the Chen Court, separates the new construction from the existing 5 heritage building and provides a nearly complete view of the restored heritage facades. The main entrance of the museum, formerly accessed from Queens Park, has now been moved to Bloor Street. The ground floor, which includes ticketing, coat check, member services, a new retail shop and event spaces, has been designed to provide uninterrupted access from the new plaza at the front of the building to the existing heritage building through the space of the crystal. This is accomplished by gently ramping the ground floor providing a connection between the street and the main floor of the existing building (located 6’ above) free of stairs or ramps. The ground floor has been designed to function as an extension of the public plaza, inviting the public into the realm of the museum. The building envelope consists of two layers. The first is the true water-shedding skin. On top of this functional layer sit champagne coloured anodized aluminum extrusions, which shimmer in the sunlight and the nighttime glow of the city. 01 Level 2B - Blockbuster Gallery Approximately 20% percent of the façade is pierced by stunning windows which provide views out of the building but also into the building and the galleries. These views in and out further the link between the museum and passers-by. Team Building Details Floor Plan Legend Joint Venture Partner: Bregman + Hamann Architects Competition: Feb. 2002 1 Plaza Completion: June 2, 2007 2 Lobby Structural Engineer: ARUP (London), Halsall Associates 3 Spirit House 10 7 Floors 4 Museum Shop Landscape Architect: Quinn Design Associates 7 New Crystal Galleries 5 Stair of Wonders 10 Renovated Galleries 6 Blockbuster Gallery Mechanical Engineer: ARUP (London), TMP Consulting Engineers 3 New Restaurant 7 Chen Court 1 Retail Space 8 Crystal Galleries 4 Electrical Engineer: ARUP (London), MBII Lobby, Offices, Support Spaces 9 East Wing Galleries 10 West Wing Galleries Acoustic Consultant: Valcoustics Steel structure with extruded 11 Centre Galleries 3 1 aluminum cladding with high 12 Rotunda 14 11 Life Safety Consultant: Leber / Rubes Inc. performance glazing 13 Restaurant 14 Back of House 7 2 Rain, Water, & Snow Management Consultant: RWDI Awards: 15 Roof Lights Canadian Institute of Steel 16 Glass Room 5 Heritage Consultant: ERA Construction Recognizes Innovative Steel Design Main Contractor: Vanbots Construction Steel Contractor: Walters Inc. 9 12 9 Facade Contractor: Gartner / Permasteelisa USA 02 Level 1 - Museum Entrance, Lobby, Shop & Spirit House
    • 01.2 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 10 8 3 14 11 8 5 9 12 9 03 Level 2 - Ruling Reptiles, Spirit House & Out of Ashes 05 The Fifth Elevation 13 8 (OPEN TO BELOW) 14 15 5 8 (OPEN TO BELOW) 16 04 Level 5 - c5 Restaurant 06 Aerial View Looking North West
    • Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 01.3 02 01 West Elevation North Elevation
    • 01.4 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 03 Transerve Building Section 04 Longitudinal Building Section
    • 01.5 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 01 Projecting ‘Chamberworks’ onto Crystal from Russia 04 Facade Unfold Window Study - Model 5.4 ROM Renaissance - SCHEMATIC DESIGN REPORT 02 Projecting ‘Chamberworks’ onto Crystals 03 The White Model 4.2 05 Final Facade Window Unfold - Model 6.2 Facades from the North
    • 01.6 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 07 Facade Mock-up at Gartner’s Factory in Germany 06 Orthrogonal Window Elevation 08 Typical Wall / Window Build-up 09 Installation of Window
    • 01.7 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 01 Gartner’s Shop Drawings of Principal Facade Build-up 03 Bracket supporting Stabalux framing onto Treaded Bolt 02 Close-up of Cross Bracket that supports rafters mounted through Stabalux pressure caps 04 Tread Bolt welded to Primary Structure
    • 01.8 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 05 Crystal 3 Level 4 - Steel Structure with Stabalux Framing 06 North Elevation - Steel Structure with installation of Stabalux framing, insulated panels and window frames 07 Crystal 3 Level 3 - Steel Structure with Stabalux Framing 08 Framing with Insulated Panels 09 Window Frames Installed
    • 01.9 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 01 Orthrogonal Elevation 02 Silver Facade Study Model (1/4” = 1’-0”)
    • 01.10 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 03 Facade Installation in Progress 04 Final Installation of Facade
    • 01.11 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 01 Balustrade Installation of steel structure 04 Typical Balustrade Orthrogonal Elevation 02 Anodized Aluminum Clad Balustrade 03 Anodized Aluminum Clad Balustrade 05 Typical Balustrade Detailed Section
    • 01.12 Royal Ontario Museum - Michael Lee-Chin Crystal 06 Gallery 08 Typical Gallery Floor / Ceiling Build-up 07 Floor Edge Grating, Grating Structure and Slab Edge Firestopping at Windows 09 Detail Section at Floor Edge / Window Connection
    • 02.01 Grand Canal Square Theatre & Commercial Development The concept of the Grand Canal Square Theatre and Commercial Development is to build a powerful cultural presence Grand Canal Square Theatre & Commercial Development MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE expressed in dynamic volumes sculpted to project a fluid and transparent public dialogue with the cultural, commercial and residential surroundings whilst communicating the various inner forces intrinsic to the Theatre and office buildings. This composition creates a dynamic urban gathering place and icon mirroring the joy and drama emblematic of Dublin itself. 12 RESIDENTAL 14 14 The 2000 seat Grand Canal Theatre is a landmark that creates a focus for its urban context, specifically Grand Canal 14 Square, the new urban piazza at the waterfront of Grand Canal Harbour. The architectural concept of the Theatre is based 4 15 > MISERY HILL GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING on stages: the stage of the Theatre itself, the stage of the piazza, and the stage of the multiple level Theatre lobby above 15 19 the piazza. The Theatre becomes the main façade of a large public piazza that has a five star hotel and residences on one 14 side and an office building on the other. The piazza acts as a grand outdoor lobby for the Theatre, itself becoming a stage 14 3 for civic gathering with the dramatic Theatre elevation as a backdrop offering platforms for viewing. From its rooftop terrace, 19 ADMIRAL BROWN WALK RESIDENTAL HIBERNIAN ROAD the Theatre offers spectacular views out over the Dublin Harbour. CARPARK VENT 2 The Theatre is integrated into the Commercial Development by office buildings that include 45,500 square meters of CHIMNEY EBS SUBSTATION VIEW CHIMNEY PARKING EXIT leasable office and retail space. With their twin facades, glazed atriums and landscaped roofs, the two office blocks offer OFFICE BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK sustainable state of the art work environments. By designing multi-story glazed atriums, the commercial buildings integrate 1 OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL with the adjacent retail, residential, cultural and public space components. Three prominent entrances make the buildings accessible from Grand Canal Square, Misery Hill and from Cardiff Lane. Although both offices are designed in the same GRAND CANAL SQUARE RESIDENTIAL architectural language, each responds to its site uniquely. Two Grand Canal Square (South Block), which is adjacent 01 Ground Floor Plan to the new 2,000 seat Theatre, opens up towards the Square, while Four & Five Grand Canal Square (North Block), in conjunction with the Theatre, form a dramatic gateway to Dublin Harbour. The Grand Canal Square Development enhances the new urban structure of Grand Canal Harbor with an exciting cultural landmark and magnet for Dublin, a destination for working, shopping, and entertainment. The planned opening of the MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE Theater is in December 2009 and the Commercial Development is expected in mid-2010. 12 14 RESIDENTAL 14 OFFICE mirror FFL+7.900 FFL+7.900 FSL+7.700 FSL+7.700 mj M&E Team Building Details Floor Plan Legend 10 15 MISERY HILL GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING Architect of Record: McCauley Daye O’Connell, Architects Commission: 2004 1 Grand Canal Sqaure 15 Completion: March 17, 2010 2 Main Foyer FFL+7.900 FSL+7.700 14 Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon PKS 3 Auditorium 3 14 Building Areas: 4 Stage ADMIRAL BROWN WALK RESIDENTAL HIBERNIAN ROAD Structural Engineer: ARUP Consulting Engineers, Dublin - South Office Block (8 floors): 5 Dress Circle 18,000 sq.m (193,750 sq.ft) 6 Upper Circle Theatre Club CHIMNEY 9 Project Management: Lafferty Project Management 7 EBS SUBSTATION VIEW CHIMNEY Theatre VIP Roof Terrace OFFICE - Theatre (8 floors): 8 BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK Mechanical & Electrical Engineer: ARUP Consulting Engineers, Dublin 10,882 sq.m (117,000 sq.ft) 9 Theatre Atrium OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL 2,000+ Seating 10 Fy Tower Acoustic Consultant: Arup Acoustics 11 Back of House RESIDENTIAL - North Office Block (8 floors): 12 Loading Bay 02 Mezzanine Floor Plan Theatre Constultant: Arup Theatre Constultants 27,500 sq.m (296,000 sq.ft) 13 Plant Room 14 Offices Architectural Lighting Designer: Pritchard Themis Structure: 15 Office Atrium Theatre Volume – Stainless steel 16 Office Atrium Roof Office Roof Terrace MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE Executive Architects (Commercial): McCauley Daye O’Connell, rain screen cladding panels on 17 Architects reinforced concrete and steel 18 Office Roof Lights structure with strips of high 19 Retail 14 14 11 RESIDENTAL Fire Protection Consultant: Michael Slattery Associates performance glazing. 18 10 15 Facade Consultants: Billings Design Associates Theatre Glass Curtain – High MISERY HILL GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING performance glazing with exposed 15 Health and Safety: Bruce Shaw Partnership polyester powder coated pre- 14 fabricated steel box sections. 5 Main Contractor: John Sisk & Son 14 ADMIRAL BROWN WALK RESIDENTAL HIBERNIAN ROAD Commercial Buildings – Low- Theatre Facade Sub-Contractor: Permasteelisa Central Europe iron unitized twin skin glazing system with geometric ceramic CHIMNEY VIEW 9 7 EBS SUBSTATION 9 CHIMNEY Commercial Facade Sub-Constractor: Permasteelisa Spa frit patterns with solar / glare OFFICE BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK perforated venetian blinds and OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL capped unitized curtain walling with fixed blade louvers. RESIDENTIAL 03 First Floor Plan
    • 02.02 Grand Canal Square Theatre & Commercial Development MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE RESIDENTAL 14 14 RESIDENTAL 13 11 13 13 10 15 16 MISERY HILL MISERY HILL GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING BUILDING 15 13 16 14 17 14 17 ADMIRAL BROWN WALK ADMIRAL BROWN WALK HIBERNIAN ROAD HIBERNIAN ROAD 6 RESIDENTAL RESIDENTAL CHIMNEY VIEW 9 EBS SUBSTATION CHIMNEY VIEW EBS SUBSTATION CHIMNEY CHIMNEY PARKING EXIT PARKING EXIT 9 OFFICE OFFICE BUILDING BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK CHIMNEY PARK OFFICE OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL BUILDING HOTEL GRAND CANAL RESIDENTIAL GRAND CANAL RESIDENTIAL SQUARE SQUARE 04 Third Floor Plan 07 Roof Plan MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE 14 14 11 RESIDENTAL OFFICE OFFICE 10 15 MISERY HILL GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING 15 CORE N-04 14 14 ADMIRAL BROWN WALK 13 RESIDENTAL HIBERNIAN ROAD CHIMNEY 08 Grand Harbour Canal View 8 EBS SUBSTATION VIEW CHIMNEY OFFICE BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL RESIDENTIAL 05 Fourth Floor Plan MACKEN STREET CARDIFF LANE RESIDENTAL 14 Steel Construction 14 MISERY HILL 13 16 GALLERY QUAY LANE OFFICE ROPEWALK WAY BUILDING 16 14 17 14 ADMIRAL BROWN WALK 17 RESIDENTAL HIBERNIAN ROAD CHIMNEY EBS SUBSTATION VIEW CHIMNEY 8 OFFICE BUILDING CHIMNEY PARK OFFICE BUILDING HOTEL RESIDENTIAL 06 Sixth Floor Plan 09 Aerial View - Rendering
    • 02.03 Grand Canal Square Theatre & Commercial Development OFFICES CARDIFF LANE MACKEN STREET GALLERY QUAY APARTMENTS 01 West Elevation GRAND CANAL THEATRE GALLERY QUAY APARTMENTS GRAND CANAL SQUARE HIBERNIAN ROAD OFFICES 02 East Elevation OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE W ALL OF LETTERS ATRIUM VOID ATRIUM VOID OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE CAR PARKING CAR PARKING CAR PARKING GALLERY QUAY APARTMENTS SOUTH BLOCK OFFICES GRAND CANAL THEATRE NORTH BLOCK OFFICES OFFICES 02 Longitudinal Section
    • 02.04 Grand Canal Square Theatre & Commercial Development GRAND CANAL SQUARE G LAD IAT OR 4 MACKEN STREET +6.445 M GRAND CANAL SQUARE +5.685 M MACKEN STREET 04 Longitudinal Section - Theatre OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE MACKEN STREET GRAND CANAL SQUARE HIBERNIAN ROAD OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE CARDIFF LANE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE CAR PARKING CAR PARKING CAR PARKING CAR PARKING 08 North Block Offices Southeast Corner 05 Traverse Section - North Block Offices 06 Traverse Section - South Block Offices 07 West Elevation 09 Night Rendering of Theatre
    • 02.05 Grand Canal Theatre - Stainless Steel Facade F1 NORTH UNFOLD ELEVATION F2 WEST UNFOLD ELEVATION F3 SOUTH UNFOLD ELEVATION 8° ° .2 ° 90 90 81 04 Stainless Steel Panels & Punch Windows GRAND CANAL THEATRE 15.15° F4 F5 F6 SOFFIT UNFOLD ELEVATION F7 ROOF UNFOLD ELEVATION 161.58 01 Stainless Steel Panels & Punch Glass Windows Unfold Elevation 05 Stainless Steel Panel & Louvers 60 CONNECTION TYPE A CONNECTION TYPE A BLACK ANODIZED ALUMINIUM BLACK ANODIZED ALUMINIUM 238 PRESSURE CAP WITH GASKET PRESSURE CAP WITH GASKET PRIMARY DRAINAGE LAYER PRIMARY DRAINAGE LAYER 117 120 FIXED ON BRACKET, UNEQUAL ANGLE FIXED ON BRACKET, UNEQUAL ANGLE WITH THERMOSTOP SEPARATION LAYER FACADE WITH THERMOSTOP SEPARATION LAYER FACADE 300 238 TYPE J TYPE J 120 117 WALL ROOF 350 Ø 102 MM 300 ALUMINIUM RAINWATER PIPE 40 30 30 5 5 ACCORDING TO DRAINAGE LAYOUT 60 MINERALFIBRE INSULATION 0 0 62 62 SINGLE SIDE LAMINATED BLACK FLEECE MINERALFIBRE INSULATION SINGLE SIDE LAMINATED BLACK VAPOUR BARRIER FLEECE Ø 102 MM VAPOUR BARRIER 30 30 5 5 45 00 45 DISTANCE BRACKET STAINLESS STEEL 00 75 75 DISTANCE BRACKET STAINLESS STEEL STAINLESS STEEL PANELS, 3 MM STAINLESS STEEL PANELS, 3 MM SIZE: 600 X 4500 MM SIZE: 600 X 4500 MM SCREWS 4,8X25..DIN EN 10088 FACADE TYPE P MATERIAL 1.4401 POWDERCOATED ALUMINUM PANEL 20 20 COUNTERSUNK WASHER 16MM X 3,2MM L-PROFILE ALUMINIUM POLYAMID 15X1,2 CONNECTION TYPE B CONNECTION TYPE B 600 3MM WELDED STEEL PLATE, 3MM WELDED STEEL PLATE, 60 SECONDARY DRAINAGE SECONDARY DRAINAGE LAYER LAYER FACADE TYPE J 120 STAINLESS STEEL PANEL L-PROFILE ALUMINIUM 0 0 62 62 ° ° varies 0 0 CONTINUOUS 90.00 90.00 60 60 STAINLESS STEEL PLATE INTERNAL DRAINAGE GUTTER 117 90.00 90.00 95.34 90.00 90.00 CONTINUOUS STAINLESS STEEL ° ° PLATE, 10 MM ° ° .75 ° .75 60 24 24 10 20 6° 38 38 84.6 .5 .5 .75 .75 ° ° 87 87 90.00 90.00 24 24 10 20 20 20 CONTINUOUS FACADE TYPE J CONTINUOUS STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, 50X5 MM STAINLESS STEEL PANEL STAINLESS STEEL PLATE, 50X5 MM 02 Stainless Steel Corner Detail 03 Stainless Steel Panel Wall & Roof Detail Elevation 06 Stainless Steel & Punch Window Mockup
    • 02.06 Grand Canal Theatre - Stainless Steel Facade 07 Installation of Punch Windows 08 Plan Section of Punch Windows 09 Stainless Steel Panels Corner Detail 10 Stainless Steel Panels & Glass Curtain Facade Corner Detail
    • 02.07 Grand Canal Theatre - Curtain Facade CURTAIN UNFOLD ELEVATIONS - PRIMARY STEEL STRUCTURE CURTAIN UNFOLD ELEVATION - GLASS FACADE .0° 0° ° 135.0° 1 19 5. .8 ° .2° 10 92 ° .3 C1 C2 C3 G3 C4 C5 C6 .0 81 58 90 01 Theatre Glass Curtain Unfold Elevations 04 Installation of Theatre Curtain Primary Structure IS AX ER NT CE STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CAP PRIMARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: STANDARD RHS-SECTION-PROFILE, PAINTED DESIGN ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT SECONDARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: STANDARD ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION OR STANDARD RHS-SECTION-PROFILE, PAINTED DESIGN ACCORDING TO ARUP SECONDARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: STRUCTURAL LAYOUT STANDARD ALUMINIUM EXTRUSION OR STANDARD RHS-SECTION-PROFILE, PAINTED DESIGN ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT PRIMARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: STANDARD RHS-SECTION-PROFILE, PAINTED DESIGN ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT 75 GLAZING ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL AND THERMAL REQUIREMENTS 75 STAINLESS STEEL CORNER PROFILE STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CAP IS AX ER NT CE GLAZING ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL AND THERMAL REQUIREMENTS 75 STAINLESS STEEL CORNER PROFILE 75 02 Theatre Glass Curtain Outside Corner Detail 03 Theatre Glass Curtain Inside Corner Detail 05 Theatre Glass Curtain Mockup
    • 02.08 BRACE CONNECTING CURTAIN TO 4TH FLOOR CONCRETE SLAB FOR INFO REFER TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT PRIMARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: STANDARD RHS-SECTION-PROFILE, PAINTED - DESIGN ACCORDING TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT SECONDARY CURTAIN STRUCTURE: PAINTED STEEL PROFILE Grand Canal Theatre - Curtain Facade 300 THERMAL INSULATION 300 300 WATERPROOFING LAYER ALUMINIUM PLANK SYSTEM ° TO SUPPORT WATER PROOFING AND INSULATION 90 125 STEEL ROOF STRUCTURE FOR INFO REFER TO ARUP STRUCTURAL LAYOUT PLANK SYSTEM TO SUPPORT INNER CEILING 105 PLASTERBOARD SUSPENDED CEILING 200 120 20 10 85 50 0 MOVING JOINT 400 STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE CAP REMOVABLE BLACK ANODIZED ALUMINIUM SHEET FACADE TYPE J (ALUMINUM PANELS, 600 X 4500 MM) FOR BUILDUP REFER TO GCS-ZT-AD-07-1 TO 10 06 Installation of Theatre Curtain Glazing 09 Installation of Theatre Curtain Glazing 11 Glass Curtain Soffit Detail FOLDED STEEL PLATE, POWDERCOATED RAL SMOKE SEAL, BLACK 9016, 20MM ABOVE FFL TO ALLOW FOR TOLERANCE,FIXED TO COROFIL WELDED STEEL PROFILE, PAINTED (BY FACADE SUBCONTRACTOR) CARPET & UNDERLAY ON LEVELING FIXED TO SECONDARY STRUCTURE COMPOUND MAX. SPAN: 1500 MM GALVANISED 3 MM ANGLE TO RETAIN EDGE OF COROFIL SMOKE SEAL GASKET (BY FACADE FFL SECTION A SUBCONTRACTOR) SPEC ACCORDING TO FIRE CONSULTANT WITH FRIT TO 20 3 CONCEAL SEAL METAL L-PROFILE, POWDERCOATED 12 SILICONE GASKET @ +14.345 M 120 CONTINUOUS METAL PLATE, AS PER PCE CURTAIN STRUCTURE RAL 9016 250 FIRE PROTECTION F90 INFILL, 10 COROFILL FIRESTOP COMPOUND OR 50 0.1 SIMILAR APPROVED 90 4° SILICONE GASKET @ +10.507 M 20 BRACKET FIXED TO OUTRIGGER, VIA TREADS WELDED TO BRACKET, SECT ION B LONGHOLES TO ALLOW FOR 250 VERTICAL & HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT 300 600 20 POWDERCOATED ALUMINIUM PANELS, (COLOR TO MATCH PCE´S RAL 9016) BONDED TO STIFFENER PLATE BRACKET FIXED TO STIFFENER PLATE TRAPEZOIDAL SHEET, 60 MM TO SUPPORT FIRE PROTECTION INFILL, & ALUMINIUM 56 CLADDING INTERVAL: 1500 MM, SEALANT 60 40 TO STEEL STRUCTURE IF REQUIRED 100 WELDED SUPPORT FIN ALL PLATES 10 MM, FIXED TO CONCRETE SLAB BY F90 90 MIN FIRE RATEDPLASTERBOARD 250 CHEMICAL ANCHOR BOLTS (4X HSA M12), CLADDING PAINTED RAL 9010, 50 SLOTTED HOLES TO ALLOW FOR PRE-PAINTED ADJUSTMENT - INTERVAL: 1500 MM (ON CENTER OF MULLIONS OF CURTAIN 500 SECONDARY STRUCTURE), VOIDS TO BE FILLED WITH GROUT SILICONE GASKET @ +18.182 M PRIMARY STRUCTURE SECONDARY STRUCTURE GLAZING PRESSURE CAP BEYOND INSTALLATION VOID FOR VENTILATION, SPRINKLER & LIGHT PLASTERBOARD SUSPENDED CEILING 07 View into Roof Light above Glass Curtain 12 Glass Curtain Floor Connection Detail Tanking membrane C3 with protection board as required Liquid tanking membrane NATURAL STONE 20 MM NATURAL STONE 500 ANCIENTO TILE / KILKENNY FLOOD PROTECTION MEMBRANE UP TO 3.900 M LIMESTONE 55 MM CONNECTION DETAIL T.B.C. BY GRACE THICK-BED-MORTAR WOOD BLOCKING CUTOUTS IN ACO DRAIN, GRATING TO BE STAINLESS STEEL AREA OF CURTAIN FIXING HYDRODUCT DRAINAGE 324 COMPOSITE / PROTECTION BOARD BLACK SILICON JOINT WITH FOAM BACKER ROD WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE CONTINUOUS METAL PROFILE , BLACK PAVING SLABS SIZE VARIES, 40-80 MM THICK + 3.900 M + 3.900 M 20 60 75 150 55 + 3.825 M 120 VARIES 75 SAND CEMENT 195 165 BEDDING (REFER TO 200 400 ENGINEER SPECIFICATIONS) 125 185 TRENCH HEATER 50 MINI CANAL B34/H19 25 400 160 (varies) 340 LEVELING SCREED 200 CONCRETE INFILL 235 200 HEIGHT TBC REINFORCED TBC 150 500 100 200 200 100 40 RIGID INSULATION, TRAFFICABLE IN AREA OF TOILETS BELOW + 3.500 M CONCRETE SLAB @ GROUNDFLOOR 600 CONTINUOUS UPSTAND BEAM POCKET WITH EPOXI-INFILL TO LOCATE CURTAIN PRIMARY STRUCTURE 08 View through Curtain to Square 10 View through Main Foyer towards Grand Canal Square 13 Glass Curtain Base Detail
    • 02.09 1500 mm EQUAL EQUAL Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 1 Panel 1 Panel 2 1 750 750 750 750 1/6 EQUAL Grand Canal Square Commercial Development 1/6 650 650 2 1/6 3900 mm 1/6 1300 3 1300 EQUAL 1/6 Rotating Panel 1 by 5 180° creates Panel 2 R1 R2 4 3900 1/6 TYPE XB 6 LED TYP. 1/6 6 4 30 14 15 1300 1300 15 6 5 EQUAL 14 1/6 3 15 .4 14 30 1/6 15 3900 mm 650 650 1/6 2 EQUAL 1/6 750 750 750 750 1/6 1 Panel 2 Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 2 Panel 1 03 Office Facade Frit Pattern Detail Grid Pattern - Continuous Line and Rotation of Panel Red Frit Pattern Green Frit Pattern The colours of the frit pattern were chosen from the Book of Kells. The Book of Kells is an illuminated manuscript that contains the four gospels of the Bible in Latin from Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Celtic monks produced the of the frit Kells around 800 AD. from book has of broad palette of colours with purple, blue, manuscript thatgreen, and yellow gospels ofcolours most often used. For The colours Book of pattern were chosen The the Book a Kells. The Book of Kells is an illuminated lilac, red, pink, contains the four being the the Bible in Latin from Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Celtic monks produced the Book of Kells around 800 AD. The book has a broad palette of colours the frit pattern, there were four colours chosen to correspond with the four gospels; red, green, blue and yellow. To simplify the design and reduce costs, the four colours were decreased to two (red with purple, blue, lilac, red, pink, green, and yellow being the colours most often used. For the frit pattern, there were four colours chosen to correspond and green). with the four gospels; red, green, blue and yellow. To simplify the design and reduce costs, the four colours were decreased to two (red and green). The frit pattern grid is derived from one continuous line that is contained within the 1500mm x 3900mm rectangle glass panel. The continuous line is divided into five sections as illustrated in the attached The frit pattern grid is derived from one continuous line that is contained within the 1500mm x 3900mm rectangle glass panel. The continuous line is diagram. Once Panel 1 is created, it is rotated 180 degrees around the centre of the bottom edge to create Panel 2. The five sections of the continuous line are then effectually extended creating an divided into five sections as illustrated in the attached diagram. Once Panel 1 is created, it is rotated 180 degrees around the centre of the bottom edge endless pattern. to create Panel 2. The five sections of the continuous line are then effectually extended creating an endless pattern. The fills were developed with were developed with three criteria 2), mind: 1) technical, 2), visual, and 3) aesthetical. Technically, shading to theproviding shading to the offices The fills three criteria in mind: 1) technical, in visual, and 3) aesthetical. Technically, the pattern is providing the pattern is offices and reducing heat transmission into the building. Visually, sight lines out of reducing heat transmissionfrom bothbuilding. Visually, sight lines out of the offices are maintained from both standing of the façade design: The façade is layered with a grey and the offices are maintained into the standing and sitting positions. Aesthetically, the frit patterns form a main element and sitting positions. glass background and a transparent foreground that carries the coloured of the façade design: The façade is layered with a giving the whole ensemble an transparent identity. Aesthetically, the frit patterns form a main element patterns. Each façade is uniquely composed while grey glass background and a outstanding foreground that carries the coloured patterns. Each façade is uniquely composed while giving the whole ensemble an outstanding identity. 01 Office Facade Frit Pattern Explanation 02 Office Facade Mockup 04 Office Facade Frit Pattern Wrapping the Corner
    • 02.10 +31.30 M +31.10 M Grand Canal Square Commercial Development 1100 SUSPENDED CEILING +30.75 M 1900 800 1100 3900 2800 45 PENTHOUSE SUITE 10 975 965 +27.40 M 200 +27.20 M OFFICE RAISED FLOOR, INNERSPACE 15CM 10 75 350 550 +26.85 M SUSPENDED CEILING OUTER FACADE: 3900 WHITE GLASS, STRUCTUAL SEALANT GLAZING, 3900 3890 LAMINATED SAFETY GLASS PANELS, TRANSLUCENT FOIL SANDWICHED BETWEEN, WITH COLORED FRITTING PATTERN 2800 PREFABRICATED ELEMENTS, ca. 3750 x 2500 mm, EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM PROFILES SITTING ON GALVANIZED STEEL CANTILEVERED ELEMENTS +23.50 M +23.30 M OFFICE RAISED FLOOR, INNERSPACE 15CM 10 75 1100 +22.95 M SUSPENDED CEILING 3900 3900 3890 2800 +19.60 M 200 +19.40 M OFFICE RAISED FLOOR, INNERSPACE 15CM 10 75 350 550 +19.05 M SUSPENDED CEILING INNER FACADE: 3900 3900 3890 WHITE GLASS PREFABRICATED SUSPENDED ELEMENTS, EXTRUDED ALUMINIUM PROFILES 2800 BETWEEN CEILING AND FLOOR; INSULATING DOUBLE GLAZING, OPERABLE AND NON OPERABLE WINDOW 05 Installation of the North Block Office Facades +15.50 M +15.70 M OFFICE RAISED FLOOR, INNERSPACE 15CM 10 75 1100 +15.15 M SUSPENDED CEILING 3900 3900 3890 2800 +11.80 M OFFICE 200 +11.60 M RAISED FLOOR, INNERSPACE 15CM 10 75 350 975 965 550 +11.25 M 10 45 NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM PANEL STOREFRONT GLAZING VARIES IN LOCATION REFER TO PLANS AND SECTIONS 2900 2845 STRUCTURAL SEALANT GLAZING MEZZANINE +7.90 M +7.70 M 7900 10 6800 +7.35 M +6.80 M LATERAL BRACING 4000 3990 +3.90 M 200 +3.70 M RETAIL / OFFICE 10 550 TYPICAL ELEVATION 350 +3.35 M 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 1500 COLUMN 10 1490 10 1490 10 1490 10 1490 10 1490 10 1490 10 3050 SLAB EDGE +0.30 M CAR PARKING 350 TYPICAL FLOORPLAN TYPICAL SECTION 06 View between North & South Block Office Facades 07 Typical Office Facade Elevation & Section
    • 02.11 PARKING ENTRY/EXIT NO PARKING! Bollards protected Zone Grand Canal Square Commercial Development Dock TRUCK Leveller ENTRY / EXIT REMOVABLE BOLLARDS CE LOADING BAY ENTRAN BOH 0.06 EXIT 06/-/04 D Loading Bay PARKING PARKING BOH -1.22 GALLERY QUAY ESB RAMP EXIT RAMP ENTRANCE Stage Door Keeper STAGE RESIDENTIAL OFFICE DOORS automaticly controled DEVELOPMENT Flood Gate +3.90 M FIRE FIGHTING LIFT M&E OFFICE S-CORE 02 EXISTING KERB SHOWN DASHED MALE WC MISERY HILL > BACK OF HOUSE OFFICE GALLERY QUAY LANE ENTRANCE ING SEAT H BENC SEATIN G OFFIC ING SEAT ERS SEATIN H G BENC LETT H BENC S-CORE 01 E ENTR H ING BENC SEAT L OF ING ING SEAT SEAT M&E W AL H BENC ANCE SEATIN G FOH 0.30 FOH 0.31 Technical Box 5 sqm Technical Box 5 sqm FOH 0.01 Stair 04 FOH 0.22 EXIT 43 sqm Stair 03 FOH 0.29 27 sqm Orchestra Pit 60.2 sqm FOH Lift 03 FOH 0.32 FOH 0.33 Box 'A' Box 'B' 6.8 sqm 6.8 sqm FOH 0.03 Fridge Room CLEANER 6.0 sqm STORE FOH 0.21 Sound Lobby 79.5 sqm FOH 0.05 WC FOH 0.02 4 sqm RECEPTION Sound Lobby 20.5 sqm DESK FOH 0.07 EN T Hallway 2 sqm RAN FOH 0.23 FOH 0.04 CE Box Office 21 sqm CLEANER 0.5 sqm AUDITORIUM UNIT A RETAIL UNIT B OFFICE FOH 0.24 EXIT Theater Entrance GALLERY QUAY SERVICE/CONVENIENCE PROFESSIONAL 61,2 sqm FOH 0.06 NT Hallway RETAIL SERVICES VE 12 sqm RESIDENTIAL ARK CARP DEVELOPMENT FOH 0.28 Cleaner FOH 0.27 2.4 sqm WC F Seat Store 3.6 sqm 2m head room Manhole Access EXIT FOH FOH 0.18 FOH Lift 01 Storage EXIT FOH 0.14 Lift 02 5 sqm First Aid 10 sqm FOH 0.17 Service Room / Storage 13 sqm FOH 0.16 Confectionary 10 sqm TENANT CARPARK VENT CARPARK VENT FOH 0.20 FOH Stair 05 FOH 0.15 CE Bar ENTRAN 47 sqm 30 sqm EXIT FOH 0.09 Lounge 18 sqm FOH 0.11 Champagne Bar 10 sqm FOH 0.12 Ticket + Merchandise 9 sqm FOH 0.10 Main Foyer + Circulation FOH Stair 07 NEY VIEW 600sqm FRONT OF HOUSE CARPARK VENT PARKING EXIT IN MA NCE A TR EN 01 Ground Floor Atrium Floor Plan PLAN SECTION PLAN SECTION DETAIL DETAIL APSORPTIVE TREATMENT, 03 Lighting 40mm MINERAL WOOL (DENSITY TBC BY AWN CONSULTING) D A CONCRETE WALL (VARIES 300-350mm - NORTH PANELS ATTACHED TO WODD BLOCKING CONCRETE WALL SIDE VARIES) WITH CONCEALED FASTENERS (COLOR OF (VARIES 300-350mm - NORTH PANEL TBC BY ARCHITECT - CONTRACTOR SIDE VARIES) TO PROVIDE SAMPLES OF PANELS FOR REVIEW ) MAPLE WOOD VENEER PANELS MAPLE WOOD VENEER ATTACHED TO CONCRETE BLOCK PERFORATED ACOUSTICAL WITH CONCEALED FASTENERS PANELS ATTACHED TO WODD 13% -20% OPEN AREA BLOCKING WITH CONCEALED (COLOR OF WOOD VENEER TBC B B FASTENERS 13%-20% OPEN AREA BY ARCHITECT - CONTRACTOR TO RECESSED PANEL (COLOR OF WOOD VENEER TBC PROVIDE SAMPLES OF PANELS 25 SOLID LAQUERED MDF WITH ATTACHED TO BY ARCHITECT - CONTRACTOR TO FOR REVIEW - GUSTAFS PANEL ACOUTICAL PANELS WITH CONCEALED PROVIDE SAMPLES OF PANELS SYSTEM) FASTENERS ( RAL COLOR TBC BY ARCHITECT - FOR REVIEW - GUSTAFS PANEL IN MATT, GLOSS & HIGH GLOSS FINISHES) SYSTEM RS8-C40 RIB SLOTTED 5mm ) SOUND INSULATION, 75mm WOOD BLOCKING ATTACHED TO MINERAL FIBRE (DENSITY OF C C CONCRETE BLOCK AT 870,2mm O.C. SOUND INSULATION, 75mm FIBRE BETWEEN 30kg/m3 and MINERAL FIBRE (DENSITY OF 60kg/m3 TBC BY AAc) FIBRE BETWEEN 30kg/m3 and 60kg/m3 TBC BY AAc) B APSORPTIVE TREATMENT, 40mm MINERAL WOOL 375 D A (DENSITY TBC BY AWN 40 50 15 40 195 75 CONSULTING) MAPLE WOOD VENEER SECTION DETAIL 15 PERFORATED ACOUSTICAL PANELS ATTACHED TO WOOD MAPLE WOOD VENEER BLOCKING & CONCRETE BLOCK PERFORATED ACOUSTICAL WITH CONCEALED FASTENERS PANELS ATTACHED TO WODD 13%-20% OPEN AREA (COLOR OF BLOCKING WITH CONCEALED WOOD VENEER TBC BY FASTENERS 13%-20% OPEN AREA ARCHITECT - CONTRACTOR TO (COLOR OF WOOD VENEER TBC PROVIDE SAMPLES OF PANELS BY ARCHITECT - CONTRACTOR TO FOR REVIEW - GUSTAFS PANEL PROVIDE SAMPLES OF PANELS SYSTEM RS8-C40 RIB SLOTTED FOR REVIEW - GUSTAFS PANEL 5mm ) SYSTEM RS8-C40 RIB SLOTTED 5mm ) CONCRETE BLOCK W/ SPECIALIST RESILIENT TIES BACK TO THE CONCRETE WALL CONCRETE BLOCK W/ (BLOCK AT MIN. DENSITY OF SPECIALIST RESILIENT TIES 1400 kg/m3 AND AAc TO BACK TO THE CONCRETE WALL PROVIDE SUITABLE PRODUCTS (BLOCK AT MIN. DENSITY OF 1400 FOR RESILIENT TIES - NO RIGID kg/m3 AND AAc TO PROVIDE CONNECTION TO CONCRETE SUITABLE PRODUCTS FOR WALL) RESILIENT TIES - NO RIGID CONNECTION TO CONCRETE WALL) 26 SOLID LAQUERED MDF WITH LEAD COLOR ATTACHED TO 26 SOLID LAQUERED MDF WITH ACOUTICAL PANELS WITH PANEL WIDTH SIZES LEAD COLOR ATTACHED TO CONCEALED FASTENERS 1. A, D, G, O & U = 551mm 6. I = 241mm 11. W = 693mm ACOUTICAL PANELS WITH (RAL COLOR TBC BY ARCHITECT 2. B & E = 415mm 7. J = 267mm 12. Z = 453mm CONCEALED FASTENERS - CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE 3. C, K & V = 520mm 8. L, P & T = 434mm (RAL COLOR TBC BY ARCHITECT SAMPLES IN RAL 9007, 9022 & 4. F & S = 389mm 9. M = 643mm 13. BLANK PANEL = 4463mm - CONTRACTOR TO PROVIDE 9023 IN MATT, GLOSS & HIGH 5. H & N = 570mm 10. R, X & Y = 472mm SAMPLES IN RAL 9007, 9022 & GLOSS FINISHES) 9023 IN MATT, GLOSS & HIGH 50 15 40 195 75 GLOSS FINISHES) 375 A C 02 Wall of Letters Section Details 04 Lighting 551 415 520 551 415 389 551 570 241 267 520 434 643 570 551 434 472
    • 02.12 S4 S5 S6 S7 Grand Canal Square Commercial Development 58 55 34148 3919 4231 850 3381 4231 1388 2842 4231 1927 2304 6° 41.0 41.0 80 GUTTER 6° 292 110.12 666 ° 80 1763 80 55 58 WINDOW MULLIONS 82.12° 58 55 790 MAIN STRUCTURE 3 80 1763 80 4151 80 4151 80 4151 80 4151 80 4151 69.88° 15% NON SLIP NON-DIRECTIONAL 80 1763 WHITE FRIT PATTERN 55 58 ON POSITION #1 790 3 58 55 80 1763 17132 16581 790 08 Atrium Roof 1763 3 55 80 58 1763 58 55 80 790 3 1763 80 55 58 1763 80 934 80 25850 05 Atrium Roof Plan 09 Atrium 06 Wall of Letters Projected onto Atrium Floor 07 Atrium Roof Shop Drawing Details 10 Atrium Roof