5 1 3 1 monday march 18 13 wall sections schematic

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Unformatted text preview: EVATIONS BUILDING SECTIONS 3/4” = 1’ WALL SECTIONS 1/4” = 1’, 1/2” = 1’ VERTICAL TRANSPORTATION ENLARGED PLANS INTERIOR ELEVATIONS 1.5” = 1’, 3” = 1’ Monday, March 18, 13 WALL SECTIONS SCHEMATIC DESIGN DRAWINGS • MOVE BEYONG PURE DESIGN ISSUES TO ADDRESS PROGRAMATIC NEEDS, BUILDING CODES, ZONING AND ACCESSIBILITY, REQUIREMENTS, AND PRELIMINARY PRICING • CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS: GRAPHIC DESCRIPTION + WRITTEN DESCRIPTION 1. DEMONSTRATE ZONING COMPLIANCE 2.DEMONSTRATE ACCOMMODATION OF SPATIAL PROGRAM 3.DEMONSTRATE BASIC BUILDING CODE COMPLIANCE IN TERMS OF CLASSIFICATION, OCCUPANCY 4.DELINEATE GEOMETRY AND DIMENSIONS OF INTERIOR/EXTERIOR 5.PROVIDE SUFFICIENT TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR PRICING Monday, March 18, 13 SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: SITE PLANS 1. LEGAL FACTORS: PROPERTY LINES, CONTRACT LIMITS, EASEMENTS, SETBACKS 2. BUILDINGS + OTHER SPATIAL ELEMENTS: NEW + EXISTING STRUCTURES 3. TOPOGRAPHIC CHARACTER: SURVEYING BENCHMARKS, CONTOURS, WATER FEATURES 4. LANDSCAPE CHARACTER: NEW + EXISTING LANDSCAPING, PAVED AREAS 5.UTILITY LOCATIONS: WATER, SEWER, GAS, ELECTRIC ARCHITECTURAL SITE PLAN GRADING PLAN LANDSCAPE PLAN LOCATES BUILDING + ELEMENTS SHOWS NEW AND EXISTING RELATIVE TO PROPERTY LINES AND CHANGES TO THE GROUND PLANTS TO BE REMOVED OR AND SURROUNDINGS Monday, March 18, 13 LOCATES EXITING CONTOURS PLANE RETAINED SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: FLOOR PLANS SPATIAL + TECHNICAL MAP OF THE PROJECT: MORE ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS THAN DETAILS 1. MAJOR DIMENSIONS 2. SOME NOTES + REFERENCES 3. COLUMN CENTERLINES 4. ROOM NAMES DESIGN UNDERSTAND INTERIOR SPACES, RELATIONSHIPS, AND SPATIAL DEFINITION 5. MATERIALS DRAWN 6. FLOOR ELEVATIONS 7. FURNISHINGS SHOWN TECHNICAL DON’T ADDRESS ISSUES DIRECTLY, BUT REFERENCE Monday, March 18, 13 SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: BUILDING SECTIONS SPATIAL + TECHNICAL MAP OF THE PROJECT: MORE ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS THAN DETAILS 1. MAJOR DIMENSIONS 2. SOME NOTES + REFERENCES 3. COLUMN CENTERLINES DESIGN UNDERSTAND VERTICAL RELATIONSHIPS 4. ROOM NAMES 5. MATERIALS DRAWN 6. FLOOR ELEVATIONS 7. FOUNDATIONS TECHNICAL DON’T ADDRESS ISSUES DIRECTLY, BUT REFERENCE Monday, March 18, 13 SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: ELEVATIONS SHOW THE FACADE: BUILDING’S INTERFACE WITH THE OUTSIDE WORLD 1. MAJOR DIMENSIONS 2. SOME NOTES + REFERENCES 3. COLUMN CENTERLINES 4. MATERIALS DRAWN DESIGN PRESENT A COMPREHENSIVE VIEW OF THE TECHNICAL ENVELOPE OF THE BUILDING 5. FLOOR ELEVATIONS 6. FOUNDATIONS DASHED TECHNICAL DON’T ADDRESS ISSUES DIRECTLY, BUT REFERENCE Monday, March 18, 13 SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: WALL SECTIONS ADDRESS TECHNICAL ISSUES DIRECTLY: REFERENCED + HAVE REFERENCES (SCALE: 3/4” = 1’ OR 1” = 1’) 1. MAJOR DIMENSIONS 2. SOME NOTES + REFERENCES 3. COLUMN CENTERLINES 4. SIMPLIFIED MATERIALS DESIGN SHOWS HOW SPACES ARE DEFINED, BUT NOW SPACES THEMSELVES 5. FLOOR ELEVATIONS 6. FOUNDATIONS 7.STRUCTURE + MECHANICS ROUGHLY SHOWN TECHNICAL ADDRESSES INFORMATION ABOUT FOUNDATIONS, FLOORS, ROOFS. COMPREHENSIVE Monday, March 18, 13 SCHEMATIC DRAWINGS: DETAILS ADDRESS TECHNICAL ISSUES AT THE MOST MINUTE LEVEL, BUT DETAILS CAN’T STAND ALONE DESIGN DRAWN AT TOO LARGE A SCALE TO BE ABOUT SPACE, TECTONIC (1.5” = 1’ TO 3” - 1’) TECHNICAL DETAILS REVEAL AESHETIC INTENTIONS Monday, March 18, 13 BUILDING SYSTEMS Monday, March 18, 13 STRUCTURAL FORCES ON BUILDINGS • LOADS THAT ACT ON A BUILDING MAY BE CHARACTERIZED...
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