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Unformatted text preview: GENTLE SLOPES: QUARTER INCH PER FOOT • NOT SUBJECT TO LATERAL LOADS BUT HAVE HIGHER PARAPET OVERHANGING FLUSH STATIC LIVE LOADS • SURFACE IS SUSCEPTIBLE TO DRIVING RAIN • ROOF CLADDING MUST HAVE FEWER + SEALED JOINTS • SHED RAIN TO PERIMETER OR STRATEGIC ROOF DRAINS 1. PANELS PROVIDE A DECK OVER STRUCTURE STRUCTURE 4. BALLAST ADDED TO PROTECT MEMBRANE FROM WEAR • CONCRETE SLABS + PLANKS • STEEL BEAMS + JOISTS • WOOD BEAMS + JOISTS • LOADS INCLUDE: PONDING + BALLAST Monday, March 18, 13 2. INSULATION PLACED ABOVE OR BELOW DECKING. 3. MEMBRANE ROOFING IS SOLE WEATHER BARRIER FLAT ROOF MATERIALS CONCRETE • SITE-CAST: INTEGRATE DECKING WITH BEAMS • PRECAST: EMPLOY PLANKS ABLE TO SPAN LARGE BAYS, TOPPING SLABS MAY BE ADDED Monday, March 18, 13 STEEL STEEL ROOF SYSTEMS MAY CONSIST OF BEAMS, OPEN WEB JOISTS OR COMBINATION WOOD • HEAVY TIMBER OR LIGHT CONSTRUCTION • BEAMS, TRUSSES, JOISTS OR RAFTERS MEMBRANES FULLY-ADHERED MECHANICALLY-FASTENED FUSED TOGETHER WITH SEALANT; A LAPPED SURFACE Monday, March 18, 13 A WASHER WITH A SCREW THROUGH MEMBRANE + DECK BALLASTED FOR A PARAPET TYPE ROOF . INTERIOR CLADDING Monday, March 18, 13 INTERIOR CLADDING FUNDAMENTALS UNLIKE EXTERIOR, CREATES THE SPACE OF THE BUILDING; BASED ON PERFORMANCE, DURABILITY, AESTHETICS + COSTS THERMAL COMFORT FACTORS: NATURAL + ARTIFICIAL LIGHT COLORS + NATURE OF LIGHTING ACOUSTIC COMFORT 1. DIRECT + REFLECTED SOUND 1. TEMPERATURE: CONDUCTION, 2. BACKGROUND NOISE CONVECTION, RADIATION (72-86) INDIRECT NATURAL LIGHT 3. AIRBORNE + STRUCTURE-BORNE 2. HUMIDITY: DEW POINT, 2. LIGHTING FIXTURES: TYPE + TRANSMISSION EVAPORATION, AIR MOVEMENT (20%) Monday, March 18, 13 1. SKY COMPONENT: DIRECT + COLOR TEMPERATURE OF LIGHTS FINISHES: WALL, FLOOR, CEILING WALL FINISHES • PLASTERBOARD IS THE MOST FLOOR FINISHES • MUST BE DURABLE: WOOD AND CEILING FINISHES • PLASTERBOARD IS THE MOST COMMON (ACOUSTICS + FIRE) CARPET (WARMTH + RESILIENCE) COMMON (ACOUSTICS + FIRE) • MULTIPLE LAYERS • EDGES MAY BE REQUIRED • OTHERS INCLUDE: PLASTER, TILE, • WOOD CAN BE LAID DIRECTLY, SOMETIMES RAISED; CARPET • MULTIPLE LAYERS FOR FIRE • OTHERS INCLUDE: ACOUSTIC TILES WOOD PANELING SHOULD BE PADDED • OTHERS INCLUDE: CERAMIC, TERRAZZO, STONE, VINYL PLENUMS: CAVITIES IN CEILINGS + FLOORS FOR ELECTRICAL CONSIDERATION (AFFECTS FLOOR-TOFLOOR HEIGHT AS WELL AS THE OVERALL HEIGHT OF THE BUILDING) Monday, March 18, 13 INTERIOR FINISHES ASSEMBLY PLASTER • GYPSUM PLASTER + CEMENT PLASTER (STUCCO) •SCRATCH COAT, BROWN COAT • CAN BE APPLIED DIRECTLY TO CONCRETE SURFACES • VARIOUS TYPES: GREEN BOARD, TYPE X, ETC. Monday, March 18, 13 CARPET • PLYWOOD OR MDF • SIMILAR TO GYPSUM BOARD • HARD CEMENTITIOUS FLOOR • EXTREMELY DURABLE BUT • RESIDENTIAL + COMMERCIAL • DIFFERENT FIBERS BONDED TO BUT JOINTS CAN’T BE HIDDEN PRONE TO CRACKING + COLOR ACHIEVE CERTAIN EFFECTS CHANGES • BERBER: LOOSE LOOP CARPET + FINISH COAT GYPSUM BOARD TERRAZZO WOOD PANELS TILE • FIRED CERAMIC OR GLASS • CERAMIC MOSAIC TILES, GLAZED TILES, QUARRY TILE •WATERPROOF WITH MORTAR WOOD FLOORING ACOUSTICAL CEILINGS • MANUFACTURED TO AVOID • FIBROUS MATERIALS THAT ARE CRACKING + WARPING SUSPENDED IN A METAL GRID • INCLUDE: STRIP-FLOORING, • “HIDE” MECHANICAL SYSTEMS RESILIENT FLOORING WALKER ART CENTER Monday, March 18, 13 PRE-DESIGN STUDIES • TOWN SQUARE CONCEPT • Monday, March 18, 13 DESIGN STUDIES Monday, March 18, 13 CONSTRUCTION Monday, March 18, 13 DE YOUN...
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