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Cirrus final thesis reduced

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Cirrus final thesis reduced

  1. 1. THESISPROJECTINDEX8X113.5.5.2 SECTION PAGE No. 4.23.1 INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 90 4.23.2 INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 91 4.23.3 INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 92 4.24 PHYSICAL MODEL 93 4.24.1 PHYSICAL MODEL 94 SECTION PAGE No. 4.10 ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN 53 4.10.1 OVERALL SITE PLAN 54 4.11.1 CODE AND EGRESS PLAN 55 4.11.2 EGRESS REQUIRMENTS 56 4.11.3 CODE PLANS 57 4.11.4 CODE PLANS 58 4.12.1 BASEMENT LEVEL 59 4.12.2 LEVEL 0 60 4.12.3 LEVEL 1 61 4.12.4 LEVEL 2 62 4.12.5 LEVEL 3 63 4.12.6 LEVEL 4 64 4.12.7 ROOF LEVEL 65 4.13 STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS 66 4.14 MECHANICAL DIAGRAMS PLANS 67 4.14.1 MECHANICAL DIAGRAMS 68 4.14.2 RENEWABLE ENERGY 69 4.15 EAST ELEVATION 70 4.15.1 WEST ELEVATION 71 4.15.2 NORTH ELEVATION 72 4.15.3 SOUTH ELEVATION 73 4.16 BUILDING 3D LONGITUDINAL SECTIONS 74 4.16.1 BUILDING CROSS SECTIONS 75 4.16.2 BUILDING CROSS SECTIONS 76 4.16.3 OVERALL CITY SECTION 77 4.16.4 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 78 4.16.5 3D SECTION 79 4.17 WALL SECTION - MEDIA WALL 80 4.18 WALL SECTION MAIN & ELEV. CRITICAL AREA 81 4.19 BUILDING MATERIALS DETAILS - CRITICAL AREA 82 4.19.1 BUILDING MATERIALS - CRITICAL AREA 83 4.20 BUILDING SECTION - PUBLIC SPACE 84 4.22 EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 85 4.22.1 EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 86 4.22.2 EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE 87 4.22.3 EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 88 4.23 INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES 89 INDEX 5
  2. 2. THESISPROJECTINDEXLARGESIZE3.5.5.36 SECTION PAGE No. A4.0 THESIS PROJECT COVER 95 A4.12.1 BASEMENT LEVEL 96 A4.12.2 LEVEL 0 97 A4.12.3 LEVEL 1 98 A4.12.4 LEVEL 2 99 A4.12.5 LEVEL 3 100 A4.12.6 LEVEL 4 101 A4.12.7 ROOF LEVEL 102 A4.13 STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS 103 A4.13.1 STRUCTURAL PLAN DIAGRAMS 104 A4.13.2 STRUCTURAL PLAN DIAGRAMS 105 A4.15.1 EAST ELEVATION 106 A4.15.2 WEST ELEVATION 107 A4.15.3 NORTH ELEVATION 108 A4.15.4 SOUTH ELEVATION 109 A4.16.1 BUILDING CROSS SECTIONS 110 A4.16.2 BUILDING CROSS SECTIONS 111 A4.16.3 BUILDING CROSS SECTIONS 112 A4.16.4 OVERALL CITY SECTION 113 A4.16.6 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 114 A4.16.7 3D SECTION 115 A4.16.8 AERIAL VIEW 116 A4.17 WALL SECTIONS 117 A4.18 MAIN ENTRY WALL SECTION 118 A4.18.1 WALL SECTION MAIN ENTRY 119 A4.19.1 DETAILS 120 A4.19.2 DETAILS 121 A4.19.3 DETAILS 122 A4.20 BUILDING SECTION PUBLIC SPACE 123 INDEX
  3. 3. SUSTAINABLESTRATEGY4.733 1" = 40'-0" 1 COOLING MODE 1" = 40'-0" 2 HEATING MODE Cooling Mode - Ventilation Operational days of the year: 280 APPROX. Temperature range: 75 - 95 Fahrenheit When wind outdoor conditions allow the facility can be natural ventilated by Thermal Buoyancy or stack effect. It can operated until 72 F degrees. Fresh air is draw into the building as hot air exhaust. Mechanical ventilation can be turn off. During night large floors store coolness. Solar Chimney draws air volume up and out. Open layout allows ventilation. Heating Mode Operational days of the year: 85 APPROX. Temperature range: 10 - 50 Fahrenheit Hybrid Mode During a 95 -100 degree F day the Mechanical ventilation turn on and provides comfortable temperatures. Motorized louvers in north and south facades. Air and services distribute through raised access floors. Open layout. Double glass skin south and west facade. Radiant heating and cooling floors. Floor to ceiling structural glass facades. SUSTAINABLE STRATEGY
  4. 4. PROGRAMMASSPHYSICALMODEL4.8.137 ELEMENTS 1. Media Walls 2. Solar Tower 3. Stair and Elevator 4. Automated Retrieval System SPACES A. Public - Social / Gallery /Open B. Public - Social / LOCUTORIUM C. Public - Social / Exhibition D. Collaboration / Team Work E. Private - Alone / Reading rooms/ Meditation rooms F. Gardens 2 4 3 1 A C D E F F B 3 4 EF F D B 1 1
  5. 5. A B C D E F G H I J SPATIALANDFUNCTIONALPROGRAMTABLE4.938 PROGRAM DIAGRAM A. PUBLIC/SOCIAL- Gallery B. PUBLIC SOCIAL- Locutoruim, Learning Stairs and Collaborative Spaces C. COLLECTIONS - Media Walls and (ASRS) D. CAFE E. PRIVATE/ALONE- Reading Rooms F. PRIVATE/ALONE - Reading Rooms and Learning Pods G. PRIVATE/ALONE - Meditation and Yoga rooms H. GARDENS - Reasearch Garden, Meditation garden I. SERVICES - Back House J. CIRCULATION - Stairs, Elevator and Corridors/Commons
  6. 6. NETSQUAREFOOTAREAS4.9.1 LEVEL 0 No. Room Area 01 WOMEN'S 335 SF 02 MEN'S 337 SF 03 GREEN ROOM Redundant Room 03 GREEN ROOM 420 SF 04 AUDITORIUM 765 SF 05 VESTIBULE 379 SF 06 CONCOURSE 3956 SF 07 EXHIBITION 6017 SF 08 LEARNING BENCH 1624 SF 09 CIRCULATION DESK 256 SF 010 AUGMENTED REALITY 859 SF 011 GAMING AREA 616 SF 011 GAMING AREA 439 SF 16003 SF LEVEL 1 No. Name Area 101 MULTIPURPO SE 1215 SF 102 CONTROL ROOM 66 SF 103 MEZANINE 230 SF 104 COMMONS 2293 SF 105 TECHNOLOGY SHOW ROOM 1393 SF 106 SERVICE POINT 397 SF 107 GAMING 524 SF 108 WORK SPACES 3627 SF 109 CORRIDOR 3760 SF 110 LOCUTORIUM 3044 SF 111 DIGITAL PIT 991 SF 17541 SF LEVEL 2 No. Name Area 201 NEST 172 SF 202 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 1476 SF 203 MENTOR 1513 SF 204 COLLABORATION SPACES 3424 SF 205 CAFE 2870 SF 206 SERVICE POINT 346 SF 207 WRITING AND READING LAB 1459 SF 208 LIBRARIANS 1490 SF 209 NEST 2 701 SF 209 NEST 789 SF 212 BALCONY 779 SF 213 BALCONY 821 SF 15840 SF BASEMENT No. ROOM Area B01 AUTOMATED RETREIVAL SYSTEM 3848 SF B02 OPERATIONS 674 SF B03 SHIPPING AND RECEIVING 1089 SF B04 PUMP ROOM 305 SF B05 MECHANICAL ROOM 881 SF B06 GEOTHERMAL 677 SF B07 SOLAR TOWER 213 SF B08 BIKE RACK 844 SF B08 BIKE RACK 1293 SF B09 PARKING GARAGE 22035 SF B10 ELEVATOR 58 SF B11 STAIR 249 SF Grand total: 12 LEVEL 3 No. Name Area 301 CONTEMPLATION GARDEN 1287 SF 302 YOGA ROOM 1444 SF 303 SERVICE POINT 314 SF 304 READING ROOM 4636 SF 305 RESEARCH GARDEN 1287 SF 306 COMPUTER LAB 1597 SF 307 PRINTING AREA 457 SF 11022 SF LEVEL 4 No. Room Area 401 MEDITATION ROOM 1972 SF 402 QUIET READING ROOM 3687 SF 403 LEARNING POD 2023 SF 7683 SF 39
  7. 7. 007 006 006 108 110 101 102 008 105 110 104 104 B11 011 011 302 304 306 401 402 403 PROGRAMDIAGRAMRELATION4.9.2 WALLS AND PUBLIC COLLABORATIVE SPACES CIRCULATION DIAGRAM PARTI DIAGRAM PRIVATE 40 108. WORK SPACES 008. LEARNING BENCH 110. LOCUTORIUM 101. MULTIPURPOSE 102. AUDITORIUM 105. TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION 107. WORK EXHIBITION 006. CONCOURSE / GALLERY B11. STAIR AND 011. COMMONS 104. COMMONS 306. COMPUTER LAB 304. READING ROOM/ COMPUTERS 302. YOGA ROOM 401. MEDITATION ROOM 402. QUIET ROOM 403. LEARNING POD
  8. 8. DN 07 01 02 03 04 06 B1 B07 B10 B11 05 11 10 08 Art wall Periodicals Gaming (MW) Learning StairAugmented Reality Media Wall (MW) 10 Pedestrian and bike bridge Main Entrance SECONDARY ENTRANCE -0' - 8" 0' - 0" -5' - 10" -10' - 10" -0' - 3" -15' - 0" -20' - 0" -16' - 0" 0' - 0" Gaming (MW) (MW) Stage Automated Retrieval System (MW) Ramp -15' - 5 9/16" Sand Wood Deck Green Amphitheater -15' - 0" Garden -12' - 9" Proposed Building Parking garage entrance ACC ACC ACC 194' - 0 11/32" 119' - 6 1/2" 187'-05/32" Sidewalk Sidewalk Street Loading zone Property line FireLane Fire Lane 79' - 6 25/32" N ARCHITECTURALSITEPLAN4.10 SITE PLAN - ARCHITECTURAL SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 40'-0" 20'-0" 40'-0" 40'-0" 80'-0" 53 08 LEARNING BENCH 09 CIRCULATION DESK 010 AUGMENTED REALITY 011 GAMING AREA 011 GAMING AREA 04 AUDITORIUM 05 VESTIBULE 06 CONCOURSE 07 EXHIBITION 01 WOMEN'S 02 MEN'S 03 GREEN ROOM 03 GREEN ROOM
  9. 9. 1 Main Street Houston Street Commerce Street E.BelknapStreet E.WeatherfordStreet 3 2 5 6 4 7 9 8 TRHA TRHN TRHW TRHT Main Street 10 12 N Calhoun Street 1- Trinity River 2- Historic Electric Plant Building 3- Historic Court House 4- Historic Paddock Bridge 5- Tarrant County College East Campus 6- Parking lot 7- Parking lot proposed 8- Heritage Park 9- Paddock Park 10- Project: The 21st Century Library 11- Native plantation woods 12- New Tarrant County Campus Legend Pedestrian pathway Bike trails Vehicular circulation Stairs and elevator Existing trees Proposed streets & parking lot Existing streets Proposed promenade Property line SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 200'-0" 100'-0" 200'-0" 200'-0" 400'-0" N OVERALLSITEPLAN4.10.1 SITE PLAN 54 District Regulation -Trinity Uptown ("TU") Waterfront Build: to Range 80 percent of a building facade must be located no closer than 5 feet and no farther than15 feet from the property line. Rear Yard: 5' feet minimum. Side Yard: Not required. If provide must be minimum of three feet and maximum of 10 feet. Units per acre: No restriction Building Height Range: Neighborhood Zones N-1: Min. 3 floors Max: 72 feet.
  10. 10. 305 N Main Street Fort Worth, Texas 76102 Academic Building Library The 21st Century LibraryPROJECT LOCATION BUILDING HEIGHT FOUR STORIES AND BASEMENT TYPE I B LEVEL 0: 24,749 SF LEVEL 1: 12,004 SF LEVEL 2: 13,489 SF LEVEL 3: 10,831 SF LEVEL 4: 7,573 SF FLOOR AREA SUMMARY INCLUDING CIRCULATION PROJECT GENERAL INFORMATION: FIRE-RESISTANCE REQUIREMENTS CODE REVIEW: IBC 2012 SECONDARY OCCUPANCY(SEC 303, 304) TYPE OF CONSTRUCTION (TAB 503/602) PRIMARY OCCUPANCY (SEC. 304) ASSEMBLY GROUP A-3 (LIBRARY) MODERATED-HAZARD STORAGE GROUP S-1 (Books) BUSINESS GROUP "B" YES 4 STORY HEIGHT 2 HRSTRUCTURAL FRAME 2 HR BEARING WALLS: 2 HR EXTERIOR FLOOR CONSTRUCTION (INCLUDING. SUPPORT BEAMS/JOISTS) 2 HR ROOF CONSTRUCTION (INCLUDING. SUPPORT BEAMS/JOISTS) 1 HR STAIRWAYS (SEC 707.2, EXC. 7) 2 HR CORRIDORS (TABLE 1017.1) 0 HR FIRE WALLS (TABLE 705.4) 2 HR ELEVATOR MACHINE ROOM (SEC 3006.4) 2 HR SHAFT ENCLOSURES (707.4) 2 HR TOTAL 68,646 SF CIRCULATION 30% 20,593 OCCUPANCY (SEC. 508) MIXED (TABLES 601 AND 602) INTERIOR 1 HR NONBEARING WALLS: EXTERIOR LESS THAN 5' 5' OR LESS THAN 10' GREATER THAN 30' 1 HR 0 HR FOR GENERAL BUILDING ELEMENTS: FOR SPECIFIC BUILDING ELEMENTS: FIRE PARTITIONS (SEC 708) 1 HR 60 MIN DOOR RATING (TABLE 715.1) 60 MIN 90 MIN 60 MIN AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEM BACKHOUSE 26,326 SF PARKING GARAGE 22,057 SF TOTAL 48,441 SF BUILDING AREA AND HEIGHT LIMITATIONS CODEANDEGRESSPLAN4.11.155
  11. 11. EGRESS REQUIREMENTS: IBC 2012 OCCUPANCY LOADS: ASSEMBLY W/OUT FIXED SEATS: STANDING SPACE BUSINESS AREAS CONCENTRATED (CHAIRS ONLY) UNCONCENTRATED (TABLES AND CHAIRS) LOCKER ROOMS 100 GROSS 7 NET 5 NET 15 NET 50 NET SHOPS AND VOCATIONAL ROOMS 50 NET EXERCISE ROOMS 50 NET ACCESSORY STORAGE AREAS, MECH. EQUIPMENT ROOMS 300 GROSS FUNCTION OF SPACE: SQ. FT PER OCCUPANT: STAGES AND PLATFORMS 15 NET REQUIRED EGRESS WIDTH: (TABLE 1004.1.1) TRAVEL DISTANCE IS NOT LIMITED FOR TYPE I AND II CONSTRUCTION MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE TO AN EXIT FOR OUTDOOR SEATING (TABLE 1025.7.2) MINIMUM CORRIDOR WIDTH (TABLE 1005.1) MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE TO AN EXIT (TAB 1016.1) NUMBER OF EXITS REQUIRED (TABLE 1015/ TABLE1019.1) MAXIMUM LENGTH OF DEAD END CORRIDORS (1017.3.3) 20' OR UNLIMITED LENGTH WHEN MIN. WIDTH = 2.5 TIMES THE WIDTH OF THE DEAD END CORRIDOR 250' 1 2 44" MIN OR .15" PER OCCUPANT MINIMUM STAIR WIDTH (TABLE 1005.1) 44" MIN OR .20" PER OCCUPANT 3 4 1-49 OCCUPANTS 51-500 OCCUPANTS 501-1000 OCCUPANTS 1001 OR MORE OCCUPANTS LIBRARY: STACK AREA 100 NET READING ROOM 50 NET EGRESSREQUIRMENTS4.11.256
  12. 12. LEVEL 0 90 0 720 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 1 STAIR (TABLE 1005.1): WIDTH = 60" CAPACITY = 300 PEOPLE LOAD = 8 PEOPLE DURING THE BUSINESS HOURS THE DOOR MUST REMAIN OPEN 2 2 90 AUDITORIUM 200 EXHIBITION 2 2 2 2 MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 73' DURING THE BUSINESS HOURS THE DOOR MUST REMAIN OPEN LEVEL 0 200 0 1440 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 2 2 MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 219' CONCOURSE 56 GAMING AREA 40 GAMING AREA INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR DOOR EGRESS (IBC SECTION 1005.1) OCCUPANCY / EGRESS LEGEND: PAIR 3'-0" DOOR (66.4" CLEAR) AT .15"/OCCUPANT = 442 OCCUPANTS 3'-0" DOOR (33.2" CLEAR) AT .2"/OCCUPANT = 166 OCCUPANTS INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR STAIR EGRESS 5'-0" STAIRS (60" CLEAR) AT .2"/OCCUPANT = 210 OCCUPANTS 3 1 2 2-HR AREA SEPARATION WALL TO DECK (1.5 HR DRS) UL No U411 AT STUD CONSTRUCTION AT MEDIA WALL FIRE-RESISTANT TRANSPARENT GLASS RANGE NOTE: PRE-CAST CONCRETE MEMBERS ARE INHERENTLY NON COMBUSTIBLE. DESIGNED TO MEET THE DEGREE OF FIRE RESISTANCE REQUIRED. WALL TO DECK RATING LEGEND 1. PROTECT ALL CONDUIT, PIPES, DUCTS, AND MISCELLANIES PENETRATIONS THROUGH RATED WALLS, FLOOR OR ROOF WITH FIRE PROTECTION INSULATION AND FIRE STOP SEALANT. REFER TO UL GUIDELINES FOR APPROPRIATE ASSEMBLIES. 2. PROVIDE DAMPERS AND LIGHT FIXTURE PROTECTION AS REQUIRED BY UL ASSEMBLIES. 3. PROVIDE SPRAY-ON FIRE PROTECTION FOR STRUCTURAL MEMBERS CROSSING FROM AN AREA DESIGNATED TO BE A FIRE-RATED FLOOR/CEILING AND OR FIRE RATED ROOF/CEILING ASSEMBLY INTO AREAS WITH ANY OTHER FIRE ASSEMBLY OR NO FIRE ASSEMBLY FOR THEIR FULL LENGTH. 4. ALL STEEL COLUMNS - FIRE BARRIER INTUMESCENT LATEX PAINT AT SOLAR CHIMNEY FLOOR/CEILING UL ASSEMBLY No D902: 2-HR; STRUCTURAL FRAME RATED 2-HR FIRE ASSEMBLY LEGEND 1. ALL WALLS ARE NON-RATED WALL TO BOTTOM OF DECK. 2. ALL COLUMN ENCLOSURES SHALL BE THE SAME HEIGHT AS THE ADJACENT WALL. 3. FIRE RATING OF ANY "EXTERIOR" LOAD BEARING WALLS SHALL CONTINUE FOR A MIN OF 30" BELOW ROOF LINES AT STEPPED BUILDING LOCATIONS, SUCH SAME WALL BELOW SUCH POINT IS AN "INTERIOR" LOAD BEARING WALL AND FIRE RATED ACCORDING TO "INTERIOR" LOAD BEARING WALLS. 4. MARKING OF FIRE RATED & SMOKE STOP PARTITIONS: PERMANENTLY MARK ALL SMOKE BARRIERS, FIRE PARTITIONS, SHAFT ENCLOSURES, FIRE BARRIERS ABOVE CEILINGS AS FOLLOWS: "FIRE AND SMOKE BARRIER-PROTECT ALL OPENINGS". LETTERS SHALL BE MINIMUM 2 1/2" IN HEIGHT AND PAINTED RED. PROVIDE ONE TIME PER STRUCTURAL BAY. ROOF/CEILING UL ASSEMBLY No P819: 1-HR; STRUCTURAL FRAME RATED 2-HR CODEPLANS4.11.3 LEVEL 0 - CODE EGRESS 57
  13. 13. STAIR (TABLE 1005.1): WIDTH = 42" CAPACITY = 210 PEOPLE LOAD = 207 PEOPLE 2 MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 139'-0" 93 MEDITATION ROOM 73 QUIET READING ROOM 41 LEARNING POD LEVEL 4 166 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 1 LEVEL 4 41 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 2 2 STAIR (TABLE 1005.1): WIDTH = 60" CAPACITY = 300 PEOPLE LOAD = 221 PEOPLE 2 MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 166'-0" 5 CONTEMPLATION GARDEN 25 YOGA ROOM 92 READING ROOM 9 PRINTING AREA 6 SERVICE POINT 5 RESEARCH GARDEN 79 COMPUTER LAB LEVEL 3 137 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 1 LEVEL 3 84 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 2 2 26 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 50 CAFE 68 COLLABORATION SPACES 7 SERVICE POINT 14 LIBRARIANS 29 WRITING AND READING LAB 99 MENTOR 15 NEST 2 LEVEL 2 250 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 1 STAIR (TABLE 1005.1): WIDTH = 60" CAPACITY = 300 PEOPLE LOAD = 323 PEOPLE MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 127' LEVEL 2 73 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 2 2 2 24 MULTIPURPOSE 20 DIGITAL PIT 60 LOCUTORIUM 37 WORK SPACES 8 SERVICE POINT LEVEL 1 249 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 1 STAIR (TABLE 1005.1): WIDTH = 60" CAPACITY = 300 PEOPLE LOAD = 316 PEOPLE MAXIMUM TRAVEL DISTANCE 238 2 50 COMMONS 40 TECHNOLOGY SHOW ROOM 30 MEZANINE 2 LEVEL 1 67 0 360 N/A ALLOWABLE LOAD EXIT # 2 47 GAMING CODEPLANS4.11.4 LEVEL 4 - CODE EGRESS LEVEL 3 - CODE-EGRESSLEVEL 2 - CODE EGRESS LEVEL 1 - CODE EGRESS 58
  14. 14. B01 B03 B02 B05 B04 10 11 B06 B07 B08 B08 B09 N BASEMENTLEVEL4.12.1 BASEMENT LEVEL - BACK HOUSE SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" B08 BIKE RACK B09 PARKING GARAGE B10 ELEVATOR B11 STAIR B04 PUMP ROOM B05 MECHANICAL ROOM B06 GEOTHERMAL B07 SOLAR TOWER B08 BIKE RACK B01 AUTOMATED RETREIVAL SYSTEM B02 OPERATIONS B03 SHIPPING AND RECEIVING 59
  15. 15. DN DN 01 02 03 04 07 8 06 B1 B07 B10 B11 12 05 A4.19.3 1 11 11 9 10 12 MEDIA WALL (MW) PERIODICALS (MW) MW MW ART WALL (MW) N LEVEL04.12.2 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" 08 LEARNING BENCH 09 CIRCULATION DESK 010 AUGMENTED REALITY 011 GAMING AREA 011 GAMING AREA 04 AUDITORIUM 05 VESTIBULE 06 CONCOURSE 07 EXHIBITION 01 WOMEN'S 02 MEN'S 03 GREEN ROOM 03 GREEN ROOM LEVEL 0 - PUBLIC/SOCIAL 60
  16. 16. 101 103 108 105 110 107 B07 4 102 106 111 MW AND SPECIAL COLLECTIONS MD INTERACTIVE WALLS N LEVEL14.12.3 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" LEVEL 1 - SOCIAL 109 CORRIDOR 110 LOCUTORIUM 111 DIGITAL PIT 105 TECHNOLOGY SHOW ROOM 106 SERVICE POINT 107 GAMING 108 WORK SPACES 101 MULTIPURPOSE 102 CONTROL ROOM 103 MEZANINE 104 COMMONS 61
  17. 17. OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW 201 202203 204 5 205 207 208 209 B07 212 213 MW AND ACADEMIC COLLECTION MW MW N LEVEL24.12.4 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" LEVEL 2 - COLLABORATION 209 NEST 2 209 NEST 212 BALCONY 213 BALCONY 205 CAFE 206 SERVICE POINT 207 WRITING AND READING LAB 208 LIBRARIANS 201 NEST 202 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 203 MENTOR 204 COLLABORATION SPACES 62
  18. 18. 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 MW MW AND E- BOOKS B07 N LEVEL34.12.5 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" LEVEL 3 - SEMI-PRIVATE ALONE OR TOGETHER 305 RESEARCH GARDEN 306 COMPUTER LAB 307 PRINTING AREA 301 CONTEMPLATION GARDEN 302 YOGA ROOM 303 SERVICE POINT 304 READING ROOM 63
  19. 19. 1 2 3 B07 N LEVEL44.12.6 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" LEVEL 4 - PRIVATE - ALONE 401 MEDITATION ROOM 402 QUIET READING ROOM 403 LEARNING POD 64
  20. 20. N ROOFLEVEL4.12.7 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" ROOF - CLOUD 65
  21. 21. GLUELAM BEAM CONCRETE MOMENT FRAMES REINFORCED CONCRETE MOMENT FRAMES. The structural system consists of beams, columns, and beams-column joints that resist flexural, axial and shearing action in the case of earthquakes. The range is between 30 to 45 feet beam depths, that will support typical gravity loads. The Radio of the cross section dimensions for the columns shall be no less 0.4 per ACI 318 - 21.6.1.2 and a minimum column dimension of 16 inches is suggested. Columns are 24" and beams are 32" depth. COUPLE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS (TYP) CONCRETE COLUMNS (TYP) CONCRETE BEAMS (TYP) CONCRETE JOIST (TYP) CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE SPAN North- South 39-45-45-39 East-West 39-30-30-30-39 PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS ROOF SYSTEM STRUCTURAL GLASS ROOF SYSTEM STRUCTURALDIAGRAMS4.13 STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 66
  22. 22. 2 3 1 2 2 3 1 5 2 3 4 2 3 5 2 3 1 5 2 3 5 N MECHANICALDIAGRAMSPLANS4.14 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 80'-0" 40'-0" 80'-0" 80'-0" 160'-0" BASEMENT LEVEL LEVEL 0 LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 LEVEL 4 IN FLOOR COOLING SOLUTIONS FOR ACCESS FLOORS To improve capacity and energy efficiency by reducing bypass airflow. The solution is very flexible, incorporating passive air diffusers in the access floors to create a more comfortable environment by given the users the control of their own space. 1. RETURN DUCT 2. SUPPLY DUCT 3. SOLAR CHIMNEY 4. FLOOR DAMPERS 5. VARIABLE AIR FLOOR DAMPER 6. AIR FLOOR STEEL PANEL 67
  23. 23. 5 MECHANICALDIAGRAMS4.14.1 IN FLOOR COOLING SOLUTIONS FOR ACCESS FLOORS The systems improve capacity and energy efficiency by reducing bypass airflow. The solution is very flexible, incorporating passive air diffusers in the access floors to create a more comfortable environment by given the users the control of their own space. 3D Diagram 1. Return duct 2. Supply duct 3. Solar Chimney 4. Floor Damper and Air Floor Steel Panels 5. Variable Floor Dampers 6. Mechanical Unit Stak Hardwood on ConCore. Digital image. Http://www.tatesignatures.com/hardwood. N.p., n.d. Web. a b e fgh Section Diagram a. Fan-powered terminal box with reheat b. Floor diffuser (ducted) c. Return air through lights d. Ceiling e. Induction shaft for return air f. Thermostatically controlled fan power diffuser g. Fan-powered floor unit connect to air flow partition h. Occupant controlled fan-power floor diffuser i. Return air j. Supply air to access floor k. Variable air dampers i k 68 1 COOLING DIAGRAM FOR ACCESS FLOOR MECHANICAL SECTION c 3 6 1-2 4
  24. 24. 7:30 PM June 15:23 AM 3:15 PM W SEN m a b,c,d e f, g, h i l n o p p q r r e w t, v ru n Solar Chimney Altitud sun angle Hour sun angle RENEWABLEENERGY4.14.2 67 Site Design a. Brown filed remediation b. Pedestrian walking and bicycle use is supported c. Downtown is waking distance d. Proximity to public transportation Resources e. Geothermal heating and cooling f. Daylight in 90% of the spaces g. Lighting controls throughout h. Energy efficient lighting fixtures i. built in recycling systems j. low flow plumbing fixtures k. Integrated energy control systems l. Insulated building shell m. photovoltaic glass and LED display powered by a photovoltaic system n. Materials from local sources Occupant comfort o. Solar screening systems thought p. Views to exterior q. Individual thermostats in classrooms and workspaces r. Cross Ventilation and operable windows s. Low emitting walls and floors Storm Water Mitigation t. Rain Gardens u. Green roof v. Permeable planting beds w. pavers at streets and loading areas LONGITUDE 97 WEST LATITUDE 32 NORTH DATE JUN 14 YEAR 2014 ELEVATION 712 FEET TIME 3:0 PM TIME ZONE USE PACIFIC (G,T -8:0) TIME BASIS CLOCK TIME DAYLIGHT SAVING NO ZERO AZIMUTH NORTH SOLAR ANGLES ALTITUDE ANGLE 30.16 AZIMUTH ANGLE -79.85 CLOCK TIME 3:0 PM CLOCK TIME 4:31 PM HOUR ANGLE 67.91 DECLINATION 23.29 EQUATION OF TIME -0.01 TIME SUNRISE 3:18 AM TIME SUNSET 5:37 PM LEGEND LIGHTING LED AC CURRENT SUN ENERGY SUN LIGHT WIND PHOTOVOLTAIC TRANSPARENT GLASS STORAGE BATTERIES 67.91°30.16° 69
  25. 25. EASTELEVATION4.15 EXTERIOR EAST ELEVATION SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 70
  26. 26. WESTELEVATION4.15.1 EXTERIOR WEST ELEVATION SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 71
  27. 27. NORTHELEVATION4.15.2 EXTERIOR NORTH ELEVATION SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 72
  28. 28. SOUTHELEVATION4.15.3 EXTERIOR SOUTH ELEVATION SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 73
  29. 29. BUILDING3DLONGITUDINALSECTIONS4.1674 1. light weight concrete precast panels roof system 2. structural steel on main facade and roof and wood members couple beams roof 3. automated louvers 4. structural Glass system - Cables and rods 5. concrete Metal deck 6. glue laminated couple beams connected to columns by steel support 7. concrete moment frames 8. pedestrian and bike bridge - connector 9. gallery concourse - main entry 10. learning stairs 11. augmented reality 12. gallery concourse - secondary entry 1 2 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 12 10 11
  30. 30. BUILDINGCROSSSECTIONS4.16.1 BUILDING CROSS SECTION 2 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 75
  31. 31. BUILDINGCROSSSECTIONS4.16.2 BUILDING CROSS SECTION 3 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 32' - 0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 32'-0" 64'-0" 76
  32. 32. WELLS FARGO TOWER TCC FAMILY COURT COURT HOUSE TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE EAST CAMPUS TRAIL PEDESTRIAN & BIKE BRIDGE THE 21ST CENTURY LIBRARY 7 5 3 8 1 9 6 OVERALLCITYSECTION4.16.3 OVERALL CITY SECTION 3D CITY BUILDING SECTION 77 Tarrant County Buildings 1. County Courthouse 2. 1920 North Main power plant 3. Correction facility 4. Jail 5. Fort Worth Police Department 6. Family Law Tarrant County Campus 7. TCC River 8. TCC East Campus New building library 9. The 21st Century Library 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
  33. 33. LONGITUDINALSECTION4.16.4 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 -30 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 30'-0" 15'-0" 30'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" 78
  34. 34. 3DSECTION4.16.579
  35. 35. WALLSECTION-MEDIAWALL4.1780
  36. 36. N WALLSECTIONMAIN&ELEV.CRITICALAREA4.1881
  37. 37. BUILDINGMATERIALSDETAILS-CRITICALAREA4.1982
  38. 38. BUILDINGMATERIALS-CRITICALAREA4.19.183
  39. 39. BUILDINGSECTION-PUBLICSPACE4.20 LOCUTORIUM 1. light weight concrete precast panels roof system 2. structural glass roof system 3. couple wood laminated beams 4. structural glass facade system 5. interior glass partition system 6. automated louvers 7. concrete metal deck 8. concrete moment frames 9. access floors with reclaim wood 10. glass and stainless steel handrails 11. ventilation dampers 12. steel support 1 2 3 4 12 6 6 7 8 5 84 11 10 10 10 9
  40. 40. EXTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.22 83 SOUTH WEST VIEW 85
  41. 41. EXTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.22.1 84 SOUTH EAST VIEW 58 86
  42. 42. W S E N N EXTERIORPERSPECTIVE4.22.2 NORTH VIEW 87
  43. 43. EXTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.22.3 3D BRIDGE SECTION 88
  44. 44. INTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.2389 LEARNING BEANCH & COMMON AREAS AUDITORIUM
  45. 45. INTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.23.190 COLLABORATION AND COMPUTER LAB
  46. 46. INTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.23.291 LEARNING BENCH AND COMMONS
  47. 47. INTERIORPERSPECTIVES4.23.392 LOCUTORIUM
  48. 48. PHYSICALMODEL4.2493
  49. 49. PHYSICALMODEL4.24.194
  50. 50. THESISPROJECTCOVERA4.095
  51. 51. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 4.16.3 1 T-5.8.4.22.21 1 A4.17 1 A4.18 2 A4.17 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 180' - 0" GEOTHERMAL B06 SHIPPING AND RECEIVING B03 PUMP ROOM B04 OPERATIONS B02 BIKE RACK B08 BIKE RACK B08 PARKING GARAGE B09 AUTOMATED RETREIVAL SYSTEM B01 ELEVATOR B10 STAIR B11 B01 B03 B02 B05 B04 B10 B11 SOLAR TOWER B07 B06 B07 B08 B08 B09 MECHANICAL ROOM B05 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.6 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 43'-0"95'-0"42'-0" 136' - 8" 24' - 0" 1 A4.18.1 2 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 N BASEMENTLEVELA4.12.1 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 BASEMENT LEVEL - BACK HOUSE BASEMENT No. ROOM Area B01 AUTOMATED RETREIVAL SYSTEM 3848 SF B02 OPERATIONS 674 SF B03 SHIPPING AND RECEIVING 1089 SF B04 PUMP ROOM 305 SF B05 MECHANICAL ROOM 881 SF B06 GEOTHERMAL 677 SF B07 SOLAR TOWER 213 SF B08 BIKE RACK 844 SF B08 BIKE RACK 1293 SF B09 PARKING GARAGE 22035 SF B10 ELEVATOR 58 SF B11 STAIR 249 SF Grand total: 12 96
  52. 52. DN DN 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 A4.17 1 A4.18 2 A4.17 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180' - 0"6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180'-0" 01 02 03 04 07 08 06 B1 B07 B10 B11 PEDESTRIAN AND BIKE BRIDGE 05 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 34'-0"4'-0"86'-0"4'-0"37'-0"6'-0" 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 180' - 0" 34'-0"14'-43/8"75'-75/8"4'-0" 19'-10"7'-51/32"11'-3"90'-0"24'-81/32"9'-331/32" 32' - 9 11/16" 10' - 0" 20' - 0" 10' - 0" 34' - 0" 10' - 0" 58' - 0" 1 A4.18.1 2 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 09 11 LEARNING STAIRSLOUNGE STAGE MEDIA WALL (MW) ART WALL (MW) PERIODICAL AND (MW) GREEN AMPHITHEATER OUTDOOR TERRACE OUTDOOR TERRACE MAIN ENTRANCE SECONDARY ENTRANCE AUGMENTED REALITY (MW) AUTOMATED RETRIEVAL SYSTEM GARDEN CIRCULATION DESK ART AND TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION RAMP AUDITORIUM VESTIBULE W M SERVICE DESK PROJECTION / INFORMATION WALL GAMING 11 GAMING CONCOURSE N LEVEL0A4.12.2 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 LEVEL 0 - CIVIC -SOCIAL LEVEL 0 No. Room Area 01 WOMEN'S 335 SF 02 MEN'S 337 SF 03 GREEN ROOM Redundant Room 03 GREEN ROOM 420 SF 04 AUDITORIUM 765 SF 05 VESTIBULE 379 SF 06 CONCOURSE 3956 SF 07 EXHIBITION 6017 SF 08 LEARNING BENCH 1624 SF 09 CIRCULATION DESK 256 SF 010 AUGMENTED REALITY 859 SF 011 GAMING AREA 616 SF 011 GAMING AREA 439 SF 16003 SF 97
  53. 53. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 A4.17 1 A4.18 2 A4.17 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180' - 0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180'-0" LOCUTORIUM 110 MULTIPURPOSE 101 WORK SPACES 108 SERVICE POINT 106 AUTOMATED RETREIVAL SYSTEM B01 CORRIDOR 109 AUDITORIUM 04 ELEVATOR B10 STAIR B11 SOLAR TOWER B07 102 106 108 107 111 B07 A4.15.3 1 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" CONTROL ROOM 102 12'-115/8"21'-03/8"90'-0" COMMONS 104 GAMING 107 DIGITAL PIT 111 MEZANINE 103 101 103 104 105 109 110 2 4.14.1 14' - 11 1/8" 15' - 0 7/8" 20' - 0" 15' - 7 3/4" 17' - 10 1/4" 54' - 0" 4' - 0 5/8" 39' - 6 19/32" 14' - 11 11/16" 4'-4"16'-85/32" LEARNING STAIR SPECIAL COLLECTIONS AND (MW) INTERACTIVE MEDIA WALLS TECHNOLOGY SHOWROOM OFFICES AND MEETING ROMS TERRACE BALCONY TERRACE VESTIBULE B10 B11 VESTIBULE LOCUTORIUM OPEN LED DISPLAY BUSINESS WALL BOOKSHELVES TYP. N LEVEL1A4.12.3 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 LEVEL 1 - SOCIAL SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" LEVEL 1 No. Name Area 101 MULTIPURPO SE 1215 SF 102 CONTROL ROOM 66 SF 103 MEZANINE 230 SF 104 COMMONS 2293 SF 105 TECHNOLOGY SHOW ROOM 1393 SF 106 SERVICE POINT 397 SF 107 GAMING 524 SF 108 WORK SPACES 3627 SF 109 CORRIDOR 3760 SF 110 LOCUTORIUM 3044 SF 111 DIGITAL PIT 991 SF 17541 SF 98 OPEN BELOW OPEN BELOW GAMING CIRCULATION DESK
  54. 54. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 T-5.8.4.22.22 1 A4.17 1 A4.18 2 A4.17 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 197' - 5 5/32" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180'-0" OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW 201 202203 204 205 206 207208 209 B07 A4.15.3 1 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 17' - 5 5/32" 45' - 0" 64' - 6" 1 A4.18.1 2 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 1 4.7 2 4.7 SERVICE POINT CAFE EMERGING TECHNOLOGIESMENTOR COLLABORATION SPACES TEAM WORK TERRACE TERRACE NEST NEST LIBRARIANS WRITING AND READING LAB N LEVEL2A4.12.4 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 LEVEL 2 - COLLABORATION LEVEL 2 No. Name Area 201 NEST 172 SF 202 EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 1476 SF 203 MENTOR 1513 SF 204 COLLABORATION SPACES 3424 SF 205 CAFE 2870 SF 206 SERVICE POINT 346 SF 207 WRITING AND READING LAB 1459 SF 208 LIBRARIANS 1490 SF 209 NEST 2 701 SF 209 NEST 789 SF 212 BALCONY 779 SF 213 BALCONY 821 SF 15840 SF 99
  55. 55. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 T-5.8.4.22.22 1 A4.18 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180' - 0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180'-0" 301 303 304 305 306 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 1 A4.18.1 1 4.7 2 4.7 CONTEMPLATION GARDEN 302 YOGA ROOM RESEARCH GARDEN READING ROOM 307 STAGE PRINTING AREA E-BOOKS AND (MW) MEDIA LAB (MW) TOGETHER OF ALONE SPACES OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW 13'-3"40'-93/4"129'-103/32"13'-15/32" 198'-0" OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW N LEVEL3A4.12.5 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 SEMI-PRIVATE ALONE OR TOGETHER LEVEL 3 No. Name Area 301 CONTEMPLATION GARDEN 1287 SF 302 YOGA ROOM 1444 SF 303 SERVICE POINT 314 SF 304 READING ROOM 4636 SF 305 RESEARCH GARDEN 1287 SF 306 COMPUTER LAB 1597 SF 307 PRINTING AREA 457 SF 11022 SF 100 MW
  56. 56. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 T-5.8.4.22.21 1 A4.18 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180' - 0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180'-0" 401 402 B07 A4.15.3 1 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 20' - 5 29/32" 200' - 7 1/8" 7' - 3 19/32" EQ EQ. EQ. EQ. EQ. EQ. OPEN BELOW OPEN BELOW 1 A4.18.1 2 A4.18.1 1 4.7 2 4.7 MEDITATION ROOM PRIVATE / ALONE /PAIRS SPACES QUIET READING ROOM LEARNING POD OPEN TO BELOW OPEN TO BELOW 403 N LEVEL4A4.12.6 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 LEVEL 4 - PRIVATE - ALONE LEVEL 4 No. Room Area 401 MEDITATION ROOM 1972 SF 402 QUIET READING ROOM 3687 SF 403 LEARNING POD 2023 SF 7683 SF 101
  57. 57. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 1 T-5.8.4.22.21 1 T-5.8.4.22.22 1 A4.17 1 A4.18 2 A4.17 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 1 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 1 4.7 2 4.7 N ROOFLEVELA4.12.7 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 ROOF - 1-8 - Arq 102
  58. 58. REINFORCED CONCRETE MOMENT FRAMES. The structural system consists of beams, columns, and beams-column joints that resist flexural, axial and shearing action in the case of earthquakes. The range is between 30 to 45 feet beam depths, that will support typical gravity loads. The Radio of the cross section dimensions for the columns shall be no less 0.4 per ACI 318 - 21.6.1.2 and a minimum column dimension of 16 inches is suggested. Columns are 24" and beams are 32" depth. The building structure presented in this project will be built to modern building codes including ASCE (American Society for Civil Engineering), ACI (American Concrete Institute) and AISC (American Institute for Steel Construction). The moment frame placed along the perimeter of the building will resist lateral loads. The moment frame is an assemblage of columns and beams rigidly connected to each other using moment connections such as extended end plate connections that are joined with bolts or welding. The lateral force resistance of the frame is provided by the stiffness of the system, bending moment and shear developing in members and joints, which restrain the structure from excessive lateral deflection. Lateral loads are mainly created by wind forces, whereas gravity loads (dead and live loads) imposed on the building by self-weight of the structure, such as structural members (beams, girders, slabs), walls, floors, utilities, roof etc. are resisted by gravity columns and transferred through beams and girders. Due to expansive nature of the soil in DFW area and the weight of the structure, it is recommended to use foundation on drilled shafts with bell. The shaft will be placed evenly throughout the structural grid. Concrete slab will be supported by grade beams, which in turn will be transferring the loads to drilled shaft. COUPLE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS (TYP) COUPLE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS (TYP) LIGHTWEIGHT PRECAST PANELS ROOF SYSTEM CONCRETE COLUMNS (TYP) CONCRETE BEAMS (TYP) CONCRETE JOIST (TYP) CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE SPAN North- South 39-45-45-39 East-West 39-30-30-30-39 PRECAST CONCRETE PANELS N STRUCTURALDIAGRAMSA4.13 1 STRUCTURAL DIAGRAMS - 1-8 ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 103
  59. 59. DN 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 90' - 0" 7 2 E F 180' - 0" 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" N STRUCTURALPLANDIAGRAMSA4.13.1 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/16" = 1'-0" 1 BASEMENT - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/16" = 1'-0" 2 LEVEL 0 - LAND - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R 104 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/16" = 1'-0" 5 LEVEL 1 - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R REFERENCED ON /1 A4.15.11/16" = 1'-0" 6 LEVEL 2 - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R
  60. 60. 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 7 2 E F 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 39' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 90' - 0" 7 2 F 180' - 0" 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 6' - 0" 180'-0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" 180' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 B C DA G 6' - 0" 39' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 45' - 0" 180'-0" 7 2 E F 180' - 0" 6'-0"39'-0"30'-0"30'-0"30'-0"39'-0"6'-0" N STRUCTURALPLANDIAGRAMSA4.13.2105 1/16" = 1'-0" 4 LEVEL 3 - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R 1/16" = 1'-0" 5 LEVEL 4 - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R 1/16" = 1'-0" 1 ROOF LEVEL - 1-16 STRUCTURAL - R
  61. 61. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" TRHA BUILDING PLAZA 9' - 0" BCD AG LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" EF BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.17 2 A4.17 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 2 A4.18.1 EASTELEVATIONA4.15.1 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1/8" = 1'-0" 1 EXTERIOR EAST ELEVATION 106
  62. 62. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" B C DA G LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" E F BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.17 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 2 A4.18.1 WESTELEVATIONA4.15.2 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1/8" = 1'-0" 1 EXTERIOR WEST ELEVATION - 1-8 - AQR 107
  63. 63. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" 1 3 4 5 8 LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" 72 1 T-5.8.4.22.21 1 A4.18 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.6 1 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 NORTHELEVATIONA4.15.3 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 1 EXTERIOR NORTH ELEVATION - 1-8 - ARQ 108
  64. 64. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" TRHA BUILDING PLAZA 9' - 0" 134568 LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" 7 2 BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.18 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 Level - 3 -10' - 0" Level - 2 -5' - 6" Level - 1 -3' - 3 13/16" 1 A4.18.1 2 4.14.1 N SOUTHELEVATIONA4.15.4 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1/8" = 1'-0" 1 EXTERIOR SOUTH ELEVATION - 1-8 - ARQ 109
  65. 65. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" BCD AG LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" EF BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 Level - 3 -10' - 0" BUILDINGCROSSSECTIONSA4.16.1 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1 - 1-8 - ARQ 110
  66. 66. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" TRHA BUILDING PLAZA 9' - 0" 134568 LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" 7 2 BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 4.16.3 1 T-5.8.4.22.21 1 4.16.4 1 T-5.8.4.22.22 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 2 4.14.1 1 4.7 2 4.7 BUILDINGCROSSSECTIONSA4.16.2 SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 BUILDING CROSS SECTION 2 - 1-8 - ARQ 111
  67. 67. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" TRHA BUILDING PLAZA 9' - 0" 1 3 4 5 6 8 LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" 72 BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.16.1 1 A4.16.4 1 A4.16.6 Level - 3 -10' - 0" Level - 2 -5' - 6" 1 A4.18.1 BUILDINGCROSSSECTIONSA4.16.3 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 BUILDING CROSS SECTION 3 - 1-8 - ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 112
  68. 68. OVERALLCITYSECTIONA4.16.4 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.21" = 60'-0" 1 OVERALL CITY SECTION - 1-8 - ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 60'-0" 30'-0" 60'-0" 60'-0" 120'-0" 2 3D CITY BUILDING SECTION - 1-8 - ARQ 113
  69. 69. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" TRHA BUILDING PLAZA 9' - 0" B C DA G LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" E F BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.17 2 A4.17 1 A4.16.2 1 A4.16.3 2 A4.18.1 LONGITUDINALSECTIONA4.16.6 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/8" = 1'-0" 1 LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1-8 - ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1/8" = 1'-0" 4'-0" 8'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 114
  70. 70. 3DSECTIONA4.16.7 1 3D WORKING MODEL - 1-8 - ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1/16" = 1'-0" 8'-0" 16'-0" 16'-0" 32'-0" 115
  71. 71. AERIALVIEWA4.16.8 1 AERIAL VIEW - 1-8 - ARQ SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 40'-0" 20'-0" 40'-0" 40'-0" 80'-0" 116
  72. 72. LEVEL0-LAND 0'-0" 3 LEVEL1 15'-0" LEVEL2 30'-0" BASEMENT -15'-0" STRUCTURALSLAB CONCRETEWALL EXPOSEDCONCRETECOLUMNBEYOND EXPOSEDCONCRETEBEAMBEYOND CONCRETESLABOVERSTRUCTURAL CONCRETESYSTEM SUSTAINABLEHARDWOOD FLOOR(seenote) 8"METALSTUDS GYPBOARDOVERMETAL STUDSPAINTEDBLACK MEDIAWALLPANELSYSTEM CONCRETESLABOVERMETAL DECKSUPPORTEDBY CONCRETESTRUCTURESYSTEM CONCRETESLABEDGEANGLE RAISEDFLOORINGSYSTEM STRUCTURALCONCRETECOLUMN STAINLESSSTEELCONNECTIONBETWEEN CONCRETECOLUMNANDWOODBEAMS WELDEDINTOABASEPLATE 18X36GLUELAMINATEDWOODBEAMS BOLTEDINTOSTAINLESSSTEELMETAL CONNECTION LIGHTWEIGHTPRECASTPANELSWITH STUCCOFINISHBOLTEDTOGLUELAMINATED WOODBEAMS CONTENTIOUSTRACKMECHANICAL ATTACHEDTOSLAB DEFLECTIONTRACKATTOP CONTINUOUSCOMMERCIALVAPOR BARRIERUNDERSLAB COMPACTEDSUB-GRADE BASESTEELPLATEANCHOREDTO STRUCTURALCOLUMN STAINLESSSTEELPLATECONNECTION BETWEENPRECASTANDWOODBEAMS CONTENTIOUSBACKERROADSEALANTAT EACHJOINT "EMPTY"SPACEBETWEENSTUDWALL SYSTEMSTORUNALLELECTRICALAND TECHNOLOGYSUPPORTFORMEDIAWALLS WITHACCESSPANELS SOUNDATTENUATIONINSULATIONTOAVOID SOUNDEQUIPMENTINTOROOMS PANELATTACHMENTSYSTEM BASE 0'-4"BOOKSHELVESINTEGRATEDINTHEDIGITALWALLSYSTEM 1'-6"0'-6"0'-6"1'-6" 2'-0"2'-0" 15'-0"15'-0"7'-6"1'-6"6'-0" 45'-0" BIKERACK B08 AUTOMATEDRETREIVAL SYSTEM B01 AUTOMATEDRETREIVAL SYSTEM B01CONCOURSE 06 DIGITALPIT 111 NOTE:SUSTAINABLEHARDWOODFLOORING: RECLAIMEDWOODFLOORINGAND/OROAK HARDWOODFLOORCERTIFIEDWOODWITH THEFORESTSTEWARDCOUNCIL(FSC). LEVEL0-LAND 0'-0" 4 LEVEL1 15'-0" LEVEL2 30'-0" BASEMENT -15'-0" STRUCTURALSLAB RETAININGCONCRETEWALLBEYOND EXPOSEDCONCRETEBEAMBEYOND CONCRETESLABOVERSTRUCTURAL CONCRETESYSTEM WOODFINISHOVERCONCRETESLAB STRUCTURALCONCRETECOLUMN BEYOND CONCRETESLABOVERMETALDECK SUPPORTEDBYCONCRETE STRUCTURESYSTEM METALDECK RAISEDFLOORINGSYSTEM STRUCTURALCONCRETECOLUMN BEYOND STAINLESSSTEELCONNECTION BETWEENCONCRETECOLUMNAND WOODBEAMSWELDEDINTOABASE PLATE 18X36GLUELAMINATEDWOODBEAMS BOLTEDINTOSTAINLESSSTEELMETAL CONNECTION INDIRECTLEDLIGHTING CONTINUOUSCOMMERCIAL VAPORBARRIERUNDERSLAB COMPACTEDSUB-GRADE BASESTEELPLATEANCHOREDTO STRUCTURALCOLUMN STAINLESSSTEELPLATECONNECTION TOSUPPORTGLAZINGROOFSYSTEM LOWEDOUBLEPANEGLAZINGROOF SYSTEM VOIDSPACETORUNDATAAND ELECTRICALSUPPORTFORFLEXIBLE SPACES HORIZONTALBLINDFILTERTO CONTROLDIRECTSUN GLUELAMINATEDSECONDARYBEAMS BEYOND INTEGRATEDMETALGUTTER SLOPESLOPE 15'-0"15'-0"9'-0"6'-0" 45'-0" SUSPENDEDCLOUDCEILING A4.19.1 1 WALLSECTIONSA4.17 REFERENCEDON/1A4.12.11"=1'-0" 1 WS1MEDIAWALL REFERENCEDON/1A4.12.11"=1'-0" 2 WS4 SCALE : 0'-0" 1" = 1'-0" 6" 1'-0" 1'-0" 2'-0" 117
  73. 73. LEVEL4 60'-0" LEVEL3 45'-0" ROOF-CLOUD 75'-0" LEVEL0-LAND 0'-0" G LEVEL1 15'-0" LEVEL2 30'-0" F BASEMENT -15'-0" BIKERACK B08 CAFE205 READINGROOM 304 QUIETREADINGROOM402 STRUCTURALSLAB RETAININGCONCRETEWALL CONCRETESLAB STAINLESSSTEELCONNECTIONBETWEEN CONCRETECOLUMNANDWOODBEAMS WELDEDINTOABASEPLATE 18X36GLUELAMINATEDWOOD BEAMSBOLTEDINTOSTAINLESS STEELMETALCONNECTION LIGHTWEIGHTPRECASTPANELSWITH STUCCOFINISHBOLTEDTOGLUE LAMINATEDWOODBEAMS CONTINUOUSCOMMERCIAL VAPORBARRIERUNDERSLAB COMPACTEDSUB-GRADE BASESTEELPLATEANCHORED TOSTRUCTURALREINFORCED CONCRETECOLUMN STAINLESSSTEELPLATE CONNECTIONBETWEENPRECAST ANDWOODBEAMS STRUCTURALCONCRETE MOMENTFRAME EXPOSEDSTRUCTURAL REINFORCEDMOMENT CONCRETEFRAME(TYP.) CONCRETESLABOVERMETAL DECKSUPPORTEDBYCONCRETE STRUCTURESYSTEM(TYP.) ACCESSFLOORINGSYSTEM (TYP.) VOIDSPACETORUNDATAAND ELECTRICALSUPPORTFOR FLEXIBLESPACES(TYP.) STRUCTURALSTEEL"ARM"ATTACHEDIN BETWEENGLUELAMINATEDBEAMSFOR SUPPORTTHECURVEDGLAZINGCURTAIN WALL,TYPICALATALLCONNECTIONS STEELPLATEMECHANICALLYANCHORED TOBUILDINGCONCRETESTRUCTURE ANDBOLTEDTOALLSTEEL"ARMS" CONCRETESLABOVERMETAL DECKSUPPORTEDBYCONCRETE STRUCTURESYSTEM AUTOMATEDCONTROLLEDLOUVERSYSTEM AUTOMATEDCONTROLLEDLOUVERSYSTEM ALUMINUMEXTRUSIONATTOPOFCURVED CURTAINWALLSYSTEMTOPROTECTTHE "FALLINGSNOW"ANDASASUNSHADE CONCRETEEDGE FLOOR(TYP) SUSTAINABLEHARDWOODFLOOR (seenote) NOTE:SUSTAINABLEHARDWOODFLOORING: RECLAIMEDWOODFLOORINGAND/OROAK HARDWOODFLOORCERTIFIEDWOODWITHTHE FORESTSTEWARDCOUNCIL(FSC). ACDUCTWORK MAINENTRYWALLSECTIONA4.18 REFERENCEDON/1A4.12.11"=1'-0" 1 WSMAINENTRY-1"=1'-0" 118
  74. 74. LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" G LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" F BASEMENT -15' - 0" A4.18 1 GLASSRAILINGSYSTEM 3'-6" GLASSHANDRAILSYSTEM 3'-61/2" BIKE RACK B08 CAFE 205 READING ROOM 304 QUIET READING ROOM 402 3'-61/8" 40 TECHNOLOGY SHOW ROOM STRUCTURAL SLAB RETAINING CONCRETE WALL CONCRETE SLAB 18X36 GLUE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS BOLTED INTO STAINLESS STEEL METAL CONNECTION LIGHT WEIGHT PRECAST PANELS WITH STUCCO FINISH BOLTED TO GLUE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS BASE STEEL PLATE ANCHORED TO STRUCTURAL REINFORCED CONCRETE COLUMN STAINLESS STEEL PLATE CONNECTION BETWEEN PRECAST AND WOOD BEAMS STRUCTURAL CONCRETE MOMENT FRAME EXPOSED STRUCTURAL REINFORCED MOMENT CONCRETE FRAME (TYP.) CONCRETE SLAB OVER METAL DECK SUPPORTED BY CONCRETE STRUCTURE SYSTEM (TYP.) ACCESS FLOORING SYSTEM (TYP.) VOID SPACE TO RUN DATA AND ELECTRICAL SUPPORT FOR FLEXIBLE SPACES (TYP.) STRUCTURAL STEEL "ARM" ATTACHED IN BETWEEN GLUE LAMINATED BEAMS FOR SUPPORT THE CURVED GLAZING CURTAIN WALL, TYPICAL AT ALL CONNECTIONS AUTOMATED CONTROLLED LOUVER SYSTEM ALUMINUM EXTRUSION AT TOP OF CURVED CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM TO PROTECT THE "FALLING SNOW" AND AS A SUN SHADE CONCRETE EDGE FLOOR (TYP.) SUSTAINABLE HARDWOOD FLOOR AC DUCTS WORK AUTOMATED CONTROLLED LOUVER SYSTEM CURVED GLASS PANELS STAIN STEEL AND GLASS HANDRAILS LEVEL 4 60' - 0" LEVEL 3 45' - 0" ROOF - CLOUD 75' - 0" LEVEL 0 - LAND 0' - 0" 4 LEVEL 1 15' - 0" LEVEL 2 30' - 0" BASEMENT -15' - 0" 1 A4.18 Level - 2 -5' - 6" 1 A4.18.1 WALLSECTIONMAINENTRYA4.18.1 3 MAIN WALL SECTION 3D REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/4" = 1'-0" 1 WS MAIN ENTRY Copy 1 119 REFERENCED ON /1 A4.12.11/4" = 1'-0" 2 WS MAIN ENTRY PARTIAL ELEVATION 1-4
  75. 75. 4 LEVEL 2 30' - 0" 0' - 9" 0' - 9" 1' - 0" 0' - 9" 0' - 9" 0' - 8" 0' - 1 1/2" 0' - 9" 0' - 1 1/2" 0' - 8" 0'-2"3'-0"0'-1" SLOPE SLOPE STAINLESS STEEL CONNECTION BETWEEN CONCRETE COLUMN AND WOOD BEAMS WELDED IN TO A BASE PLATE DOUBLE 9X36 GLUE LAMINATED WOOD BEAMS AT EACH SIDE BOLTED INTO STAINLESS STEEL METAL SUPPORT CONNECTION 45 DEGREE UP ANGLE INDIRECT LED LIGTHING BASE STEEL PLATE ANCHORED TO STRUCTURAL COLUMN PASSIVE LOW E GLASS SYSTEM HORIZONTAL BLIND FILTER TO CONTROL DIRECT SUN INTEGRATED AND INSULATED METAL GUTTER CONTINUOUS THERMAL BREACK EXTRUDED BASE MECHANICALLY ATTACHED TO STEEL PLATE FOR SUPPORT THE CAN LIGTH PROVIDE CONDUIT AT CORNER STAINLES STEEL PLANTE TO RECEIVE THE GLAZING ROOF, MECHANICALLY ATTACHED TO TOP OF GLUE LAMINATED BEAMS CONTINUOUS SEAL GASKET PVC GUTTER DRAIN PIPE 0'-31/2" 0' - 3" 0' - 3" 0' - 3" 0'-2"2'-0". CONCRETE COLUMN AS PART OF THE STRUCTURAL FRAME OF THE BUI;DING DETAILSA4.19.1 Detail 0 SCALE : 0'-0" 3" = 1'-0" 1'-6" 3'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0" 120
  76. 76. ALUMINUM PERFORATED HORIZONTAL SUN SHADE AT EXTERIOR SIDE OF BUILDING INTERIOREXTERIOR LOW E DOUBLE GLAZING CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM ALUMINUM PERFORATED HORIZONTAL SUN SHADE AT INTERIOR SIDE OF BUILDING WOOD VERTICAL SUN SHADE ARTICULATED AND CONTROLLED BY AUTOMATED BUILDING SYSTEM "ABS" PROVIDE "END" STAINLESS STEEL CAP PROVIDE "END" STAINLESS STEEL CAP 6.00°6.00° ALUMINUM EXTRUSION ATTACHMENT TO SUPPORT SUN SHADE MECHANISM LOW E DOUBLE GLAZING CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM DETAILSA4.19.2 3" = 1'-0" 1 Detail 1 SCALE : 0'-0" 3" = 1'-0" 1'-6" 3'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0" 121
  77. 77. ELASTIC FLASHING, 40 MIL VERT SELF ADHERED MEMBRANE ALUM STRUCTURAL GLASS SYSTEM BUILT-UP STL STUD JAMB 5/8" WOOD SHIM WITH CONT BACKER ROD AND SEALANT ON BOTH SIDES "NANA" WALL SYSTEM JAMB PANEL ATTACHMENT SYSTEM MEDIA WALL PANEL SYSTEM R-10 CONTINUOUS RIGID INSULATION CONTINUOUS VAPOR BARRIER OVER 1/2" EXTERIOR SHEATHING R-30 BATT INSULATION 8" FCMF CONCRETE COLUMN ALUM STRUCTURAL GLASS SYSTEM BUILT-UP STL STUD JAMB 5/8" WOOD SHIM WITH CONT BACKER ROD AND SEALANT ON BOTH SIDES VOID SPACE TO ALLOCATE MEDIA WALL EQUIPMENT DETAILSA4.19.3 SCALE : 0'-0" 3" = 1'-0" 1'-6" 3'-0" 3'-0" 6'-0" 3" = 1'-0" 1 Detail 2 122
  78. 78. BUILDINGSECTIONPUBLICSPACEA4.20 1. light weight concrete precast panels roof system 2. couple laminated wood beams 3. structural glass on main facade and roof 4. automated louvers 5. steel support 6. concrete moment frames 7. access floor with reclaimed wood 8. interior glass partitions 9. concrete metal deck 10. LOCUTORIUM 11. commons 12. learning stairs 13. technology showroom GALLERY - PUBLIC SPACE LOCUTORIUM 123 1 3 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 10 13 12 13

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