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Complete 2012 Architecture Portfolio - Cal Poly Pomona

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    /A COMPREHENSIVELOOK AT THE ACADEMIC WORK AT CAL POLY POMONA AS AN ARCHITECTURE MAJOR

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  • +MUSEUM OF CHADO

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    ARC 201 | LITTLE TOKYO, LA, CA

    Design:

    WINTER2011| 01BRANDONFEATHERSTONE

    Set in a site in Little Tokyo The Museum of Chado will showcase Japanese art and tea utensils. This small museum will also serve as a community center for Japanese cultural events and classes. The property lies between two existing buildings and shares two adjacent walls.

    I placed both the temporary and permanent exhibits in one large opaque mass hovering high above the ground. This mass dominates the site and leaves residual void space under and around it. This resultant space is designed to be heavier and an integrated part of the ground.To connect this grounded space and the floating exhibit I devised a second system of a series of adjacent walls that penetrate the mass. Both the sizes and locations of the walls in this system vary in order to accommodate for smaller or larger galleries and art pieces.

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  • OBJECTIVE:

    Design:

    SPRING2011| 01BRANDONFEATHERSTONE

    +RINCON FIRE STATIONARC 203 | RINCON, CA

    Design a sustainainable fire station located in a low mountain region in Callifornia. The 24/7 facility should accomodate 10 fire fighters, and include a sleeping quarters, living area, storage space, and an appara-tus bay to house 2 trucks. Explore energy efficient stategies through use of materials, water use and building design.

    I used a system that allowed for manipulation according to programmatic needs while providing a sustainable form that could solve the inherent sustainability needs. A continuous band from wraps around the solid mechanical geometries of the work spaces including the apparatus bay and storage. Sustainable materials included a long sife-span Cor-Ten steel roof, recycled rigid foam insulation, triple low-e glass, and permeable pavement. Implimentation of a bioretention swale, evaporative cooling pond, deciduous trees, orientation, and natural ventilation were also used.

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    REINFORCING STEEL

    CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

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    FILTER FABRIC

    COURSE GRAVELPERFORATED DRAIN PIPE

    DRAINAGE MAT

    CANT STRIP

    WATER STOP

    CONCRETE SLAB

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    COURSE GRAVEL

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    NELSON STUD

    WOOD SLAT SCREEN 2X6s @ 4" O.C.

    PREMOLDED FILLER AND SEALANT

    W12 STEEL COLUMN

    STEEL ANGLE

    W12 STEELBEAM

    STEEL DECKING WITH CONCRETE FILL

    STEEL HSS MULLION

    CONCRETE SPREAD FOOTING

    1/2" PLY SUB FLOOR

    1/2" WOOD FINISH

    STEEL EMBED PLATE

    LIGHT GUAGE STEEL JOISTS @ 16" O.C.

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    VERTICAL 2X6 @ 4' O.C.

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    +MT. BALDY RESIDENCEARC 301 | MT. BALDY, CA

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    UNIT BCOMMUNITYCENTER

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    +SILVERLAKE HOUSINGARC 302 | LOS ANGELES, CA

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  • OBJECTIVE:

    Design:

    SPRING2012| 01BRANDONFEATHERSTONE

    +KOREATOWN ELEMENTARYARC 303 | LOS ANGELES, CA

    Design a sustainainable fire station located in a low mountain region in Callifornia. The 24/7 facility should accomodate 10 fire fighters, and include a sleeping quarters, living area, storage space, and an appara-tus bay to house 2 trucks. Explore energy efficient stategies through use of materials, water use and building design.

    I used a system that allowed for manipulation according to programmatic needs while providing a sustainable form that could solve the inherent sustainability needs. A continuous band from wraps around the solid mechanical geometries of the work spaces including the apparatus bay and storage. Sustainable materials included a long sife-span Cor-Ten steel roof, recycled rigid foam insulation, triple low-e glass, and permeable pavement. Implimentation of a bioretention swale, evaporative cooling pond, deciduous trees, orientation, and natural ventilation were also used.

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    EXTERIORINTERIOR

    2% SLOPE

    SHAPED NAILER - 05580

    STEEL CHANNEL - 05100

    METAL FLASHING - 07600

    07510 - BUILT UP ROOFING

    07710 - CANT STRIP

    07210 - RIGID INSULATION

    06100 - 5/8" PLYWOODSTEEL ANGLE CONNECTION - 05090

    WELDED GUSSET PLATE - 05090

    6" BATT INSULATION - 07210

    WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE - 07130

    BACKERBOARD - 09250

    METAL LATH - 04080

    7/8" EXTERIOR PLASTER

    ALUMINUM MULLION HEAD - 08520

    SILICONE SEALANT - 07190

    METAL DRIP EDGE - 07600

    GLAZING - 08810

    WELDED 2X2X1/8 HSS - 05120

    HSS 3X3X1/4 - 05120

    06100 -1/2" OSB INTERIOR SHEATHING

    09050 - 5/8" GYPSUM

    05120 - W21X55 DIAGONAL TRUSS MEMBER

    03520 - CONCRETE FILL05300 - METAL DECKING

    12080 - ACOUSTIC CEILING TILE

    05120 - W21X55 TOP CHORD TRUSS MEMBER

    HVAC DUCT

    07210 - 8" BATT INSULATION

    05120 - C9X20 BEAM

    1/8"PERFORATED METAL - 09770

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    ISOLATION JOINT

    05090 - WELDED WIRE MESH

    03310 - CONCRETE SLAB ON GRADE

    05090 - STEEL DOWEL02600 - SAND

    COURSE GRAVEL

    09600 - FINISH FLOOR

    03520 - CONCRETE FOOTING

    05090 - STEEL EMBED

    05120 - W21X55 TOP BOTTOM CHORDTRUSS MEMBER

    05090 - WELDED GUSSET PLATE

    05120 - WELDED 2X2X1/8 HSS

    STEEL REINFORCING - 05090

    07130 - WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE

    5/8" GYPSUM - 090501/2" OSB INTERIOR SHEATHING - 06100STEEL CHANNEL - 051006" BATT INSULATION - 07210

    BACKERBOARD - 09250

    METAL LATH - 040807/8" EXTERIOR PLASTER

    ALUMINUM SILL - 08520ALUMINUM STOP - 08520SILICON SEALANT - 07190REMOVABLE STOP - 08520

    GLAZING - 08810

    SHOT PIN - 05090

    PAD FOOTING

    W21X55 DIAGONAL TRUSS MEMBERW21X55 TRUSS TOP CHORD

    COMPOSITE DECKDIAGPHRAM

    12 CONCRETE COLUMN

    12 CONCRETE COLUMN

    W21X55 GIRDER

    FOUNDATION FOOTING

    W21X55 DIAGONAL TRUSS MEMBER

    BEARING FOUNDATION WALL

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