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AGAPE FAMILY MINISTRIES

19 PRESIDIO TERRACE, SAN FRANCISCO , CA 94118

GABRIELLA GIRAUDO CALLEJO


INTA302 RESIDENTIAL DESIGN II
PROJECT PACKET
THE ART INSTITUTE OF PITTSBURGH ONLINE
DIVISION
TABLE OF CONTENTS

ADJACENCY MATRIX…………………………………………………........2-3
RESEARCH OF THE HISTORIC STYLE AND TRANSITIONAL HOUSING........4-10
CONCEPT STATEMENT…………………………………………………..11-12
COLOR PALETTE EXERCISE………………………………………………13-15
FURNITURE, FINISH, AND LIGHTING SPECIFICATION SHEETS…………..16-54
CODE STUDY…………………………………………………………….55-56
PERSPECTIVE ILLUSTRATIONS……………………………………………57-60
PROCESS DRAWINGS.…………..………………………………………61-73
JUSTIFICATION OF THE SOLUTION………………………………………74

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ADJACENCY MATRIX
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RESEARCH OF THE
HISTORIC STYLE AND
TRANSITIONAL
HOUSING

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COLOR PALETTE

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FURNITURE, FINISH, AND
LIGHTING SPECIFICATION
SHEETS

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EQUIPMENT
PLUMBING FIXTURES
LIGHTING
CODE STUDY

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INTA302: CODES ANALYSIS COMPLETED BY:

LOCAL CODE CODES ANALYSIS/UPDATES In this


List the code in this column (there may be more than one relevant column provide evidence from plan to support compliance; or describe
code that pertains to your project) any updates needed to meet code requirements

Stairways, handrails, STAIR: stairways min 36" clear width _ max handrail projection 4-1/2"_
guardrails, elevator Where provided, passenger elevators, limited-use/limited-application min headroom 6'-8"_max rise for step 7-3/4"_ min depht for steps 9"
STAIR DESIGN AND
elevators or private residence elevators shall comply with ASME _slope of riser may not exceed 30° (“Home" 2) ELEVATOR: ASME
ELEVATOR
A17.1/CSA B44.(Searchable Platform for Building Codes) Elevator Code American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
developed uniform safety requirements for elevators
GATHERING SPACE Square feet 1" = .10 ft. 1" = .10 ft.
1752.4282 square ft.
Means of egress R311 Means of Egress Dwellings shall be provided with a means of The main entrances according to the Florida codes must be in opposite
egress in accordance with this section. The means of egress shall directions and must be of a legal size of 3 feel to give access to disabled
provide a continuous and unobstructed path of vertical and horizontal customers...
egress travel from all portions of the dwelling to the required egress
door without requiring travel through a garage. The required egress
door shall open directly into a public way or to a yard or court that
opens to a public way..(Searchable Platform for Building Codes)
Doors and Windows 803.2.1, 803.2.2 and 803.2.3. ____.(Searchable Platform for Building The current building codes require that windows and doors be tested and
Codes) labeled for air infiltration, water penetration resistance and structural
performance . Air/water/structural testing is required for all fenestration
products, whether they be…_ 9 for products that are not intended for use
in wind-borne debris regions; 9 for products intended for use in wind-
borne debris regions, but protected by an approved protection device; or 9
Lighting and Where the air infiltration rate of a dwelling unit is less than 3.00 airfor impact-resistant products intended for use in wind-borne debris
Ventilation changes per hour where tested with a blower door at a pressure of 0.2
inch w.c (50 Pa) in accordance with Section R402.4.1.2 of the Florida
Building Code, Energy Conservation, the dwelling unit shall be & Furnishings (Page Redirection,2)
provided with whole-house mechanical ventilation in accordance with
Section M1507.3..(Searchable Platform for Building Codes)
Electrical and Smoke alarms shall comply with NFPA 72 .(Searchable Platform for The smoke makers according to the Florida codes must be cool in all the
Smoke Detection Building Codes) rooms, to avoid inicidents.
Square Feet 1" = .10 ft. Very dwelling must have at least one habitable room that has a minimum
of 120 square feet of gross floor area. Other habitable rooms must have a
RESIDENTIAL UNIT floor area of at least 70 square feet and cannot have any one wall less
(APARTMENT) than 7 feet in length. The kitchen, however, though still considered a
habitable room, can be a little smaller, but not less than 50 square feet in
gross floor area. -Recidencial unit in square ft is 2,195.57 .
Means of egress R311.(Searchable Platform for Building Codes) The main entrances of residential units, according to the
codes of Miami, must follow the rules of the ADA
system, and must be crated to help and encourage
escape in case of fire.
Doors and Windows 803.2.1__803.2.2 ___803.2.3..(Searchable Platform for Building The main doors of the residential units, according to the miami codes,
Codes) must follow the rules of the ADA system. The windows must be at least 3
'of the floor and follow the miami regulations.
Lighting and R402.4.1.2___ M1507.3..(Searchable Platform for Building Codes) Lighting and ventilation must follow, the minimum openable area shal be
Ventilation 4% of the floor being ventilated area.
Electrical and All smoke alarms shall be listed and labeled in accordance with UL The NEC takes its guidelines for smoke detectors from the National Fire
Smoke Detection 217 and installed in accordance with the provisions of this code and Protection Association (NFPA). In single-family or multifamily homes,
the household fire warning equipment provisions of NFPA smoke alarms shall be placed inside each sleeping area, outside each
72..(Searchable Platform for Building Codes) sleeping area and on each level of the dwelling. Smoke alarms are not
required in unfinished attics, unfinished basements or kitchens.(Legal
Beagle,1)
Plumbing Fixtures Fixture supply valves and faucets shall comply with ASME
A112.18.1/CSA B125.1 as listed in Table P2701.1. Faucets and fixture
ASME A 112.1.3 __ASME A 112.6.1M.(Searchable Platform for
fittings that supply drinking water for human ingestion shall conform to the
Building Codes)
requirements of NSF 61, Section 9. Flexible water connectors shall
conform to the requirements of Section P2905.7.

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PERSPECTIVE
ILLUSTRATIONS

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Perspective of the Gathering Space

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Perspective of the Apartment

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PROCESS DRAWINGS

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BUBBLE DIAGRAMS

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1. PLAN

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FINAL PLAN

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FINAL FURNITURE PLAN

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FINAL FURNITURE PLAN

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SKETCHES OF BUILT IN
DESIGNS

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ELEVANTION

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FLOOR AND CEILING
SKETCHES

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JUSTIFICATION OF THE
SOLUTION

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In this project, the main elements are textures, light, colors and harmony. The textures
because they find, within the project, different types of materials, from grayish wood to
cream-colored ceramic, to the colored canvases of the living area. A union of textures and
materials that create many movements of light that accompany the design. The light is also
a very important element, because in addition to the amount of natural light that give we
the windows of the house, the design needed some lights that would seem to bring small
dark spaces to the Queen Anne style with light to give brilliance. The light in addition, helps
to enhance the colors in the decoration, which as selected are tending to green and blue
that are mainly cold colors. However, the combination of cold colors and warm light creates
a comfortable atmosphere. All the different textures, materials and colors associated with
warm and natural light are a perfect union to give these families a welcoming and
harmonious home, which is what they need.
The design respects and follows all the different cultures and diversities that will live with in
the space. The decoration is inspire by the Queen Anne style, which is mainly a European
style, but the decoration is also inspire by the waves of the sea and the sunset lights that
are internal. The inspiration to nature favors the comforts of all diversities. All the furniture,
finishes, lighting selections, and custom elements help the comfort of the families that they
will see in the apartment, because they have been design to give comfort and security to
everyone, adults, children and ADA.
In the selection of the decoration, they have influenced me a lot: universal design
application, code, or egress requirements and environmental design. The accessories for
ADA were a bit difficult to find and it was complicated to work the space to give them but
needed circulation. The regulatory codes, among the most problematic was that of the
windows in each room that made me modify many times the floor plan. The egress
requirements were not a big problem to follow; I started the project thinking immediately at
the secondary door.