Construction Analysis Assignment 3
ABPL20033 - Construction Analysis, Semester 2 - 2018 Dr Alberto Pugnale – Subject coordinator Dr Sofia Colabella – Senior Tutor Dion Keech – Tutor Emma Kelly, 950391, 17.10.2018 Queenscliff House, T15 ASSIGNMENT 3
FLIPBOOK SECTION 3D: Layers of information
1. Structural Systems, below ground The proximity to the beach and the views available at the site influenced the design of the house significantly. The layout of the rooms, the large glazing throughout the house and the open plan living areas capture the exteriour and enhance the feeling of it being a beach house, which was requested by the clients. The harsh environmental conditions and the large spans required for large glazing dictated the use of material, eg. galvanised steel.
Vertical Structural systems, below ground Horizontal
Pad Footing 300 diameter, 150 mm deep poured concrete
Stumps reinforced 100 x 100mm prefabricated concrete
Mass Concrete Pad 600 x 600 x 400mm poured concrete
Columns square hollow sections galvanised steel to be later installed
Stripfooting reinforced 450 x400m poured concrete 4 wire mesh, starter bars
Stumps 100 x 100 prefabricated concrete
Mass concrete pad
ABPL20033 - 2018, Emma Kelly | 950391 |T 15, Dion Keech
Strip footing reinforced concrete
2. Structural Systems, above ground
Steel frame - Universal Beam, Parallel Flange Channel, Eaqual Angle Concrete - insitu wall Timber - brearers, joists (groundfloor)
Timber - stud walls, rafters, soldiers, battens, I- joists
Strap bracing - 30 x 0.8 galv. steel Ply bracing - 6mm F11 plywood
Ground Floor Horizontal Structural Systems, above ground
First Floor Vertical Roof
The steel framing was designed by the engineers in order to achieve large spans and allow for large glazed areas. This is to capture the view and visually connect the building parts. A timber floor was later introduced in order to achieve the necessary green star rating, as the new planning scheme allowed for a loophole.
Rafters 2/240 x 45 Hyspan Laminated Veneer Lumber at 1200 centres
Square Hollow Section 89 x 89 x 4 Parallel Flange Universal Beam Channel 125 x 65 250 37
Stud wall 90 x 45 studs at 600 centres
Battens 90 x 35 MGP 10 at 900 centres
I-joists 360x 90 at 450 centres
Strap bracing 30 x 0.8 galv steel
Square Hollow Section 150 x 150 x 6 galvanised steel
Insitu concrete wall Floor joist 45 x 90 MGP10 Bearers 2/45x90 MGP
Ply bracing 6 mm ply
3. Internal (non-load bearing) partitions Fixed Internal Partitions
Internal non load bearing studwalls Plasterboard lining Frosted glazing - â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mateluxâ&#x20AC;? Toughened grade A safety glass pivot doors
Non-loadbearing stud walls
The internal partitions separate different areas according to their program. They mediate the privacy of the occupants and organise every day life. The frosted glazing separating the en-suite shower and the corridor is an interesting way to separate a very private from a very public area. It blurres the lines of what is intimite and a thouroughfare. The plasterboard lining allows for even paint finishes that can be changed over the years, the pivot doors allow for a smooth opening in the walls without a bulky frame. All these methods make for a smooth and simple finish thorughout the house.
Frosted glazing Pivot door
4. Environmental Protections
galvanised steel to prevent corrosion due to moisture Horizontal
paint - Tasman Terrasand clear hydrophobic sealer for concrete walls sarking - 55mm Bradford foil
plasterboard - waterproof in wet areas roof - R4.0 gold batts between rafters, 55 mm Bradford foil walls- R3.2 Bradford Soundscreen batts, 2 x R1.6 batts floor - 2.5 Bradford Soundscrren batts
The largest part of the environmental protections throughout the house are being kept invisible from the outside. The insulation and sarking is within the building envelope. The sealing paint finish on the concrete wall is translucent and doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t interfere with the concretes appearance.
55 mm Bradford non-combustable blanket insulation
R 4.0 Bradford gold batts between rafters R 2.5 Bradford Soundscreen batts Hydrophobic sealer on concrete
R 3.2 Bradford Soundscreen batts
R 2.5 Bradford Soundscreen batts
5. Mechanical and electrical systems
hot water - shower, sinks
The electrical layout is made to meet the occupants needs, e.g.. power-plugs or lightswitches next to the bed, plugs in the kitchen and bathroom for appliances etc. The hydronic heating system is chosen to have the least influence on every day life as it is non intrusicive. Also, it is laid out to allow for an optimal use of energy when heating the rooms. Positioning the trenches under the windows allows for a thorough heat transfer throughout the rooms. As both systems are hidden within the building fabric, the spaces didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need to be organised in accordance to the mechanical and electrical systyems. The trenches also allow for the large glazing areas, as they donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t need walls to be mounted on.
cold water - shower, sinks, toilet sewage - from sinks, toilet,shower, etc. to sewer line
Electrical layout throughout roof structure for eventual downlights or pendant lights
hydronic heating - closed loop system hot water supply, heat emitted through radiator, cold water return connection from grid to property, to switch board, supply throughout house on seperate circuits controlledand manageable by fuses
Boiler or other hot water system
Hydronic heating trench and connections
boiler and trench connection Electrical layout to powerplugs in bedroom
Cold and hot water connection tosho
Cold and hot water connection to kitchen
hydronic trench and distribution (retrieved from: www.purmo.com)
SWITCHBOARD HW HOT WATERSYSTEM
HH HYDRONIC HEATING CLOSED LOOP
hydronic trench running along window front
6. Physical Enclosures systems
138mm x 19mm dressed, ship lapped, Spotted Gum cladding
“Matrix” Façade Panels, 8mm thick, 2390x590 panels
Metal roof “Trimdeck Hi Ten” sheets
150 x 300 boxgutter
galvanised steel capping finished with dulux paint
frame, sill, glazing, flashing
tassie oak frame
Enclosure Systems Wooden cladding to enclose and seal building
blackbutt sill Window and Sliding doors
toughened glass Kitchen bench
The physical enclosure system consists of different components. The timber cladding greys over time and reflects the intention of the architects to create a building that blends in with the sanddunes and create a true beach house. The cement cladding on the kitchen indicates a change of program in the inside. The gutter is hidden within the roof structure and maintains a thin roof profile, also enabling the building to sit within the landscape almost naturally. Roof sheet Windows and Sliding door
Spotted gum cladding
Flipbook Section 2D Eunice Chow 2020
The University of Melbourne Bachelor of Design Construction Analysis Semester 2-2020 Assignment 2 Lake Wendouree House Section 3D
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ABPL20033 Construction Analysis, Semester 2 - 2020 Dr Alberto Pugnale, Subject coordinator Dr Sofia Colabella, Senior Tutor Anastasia Sklavakis Chow Tsz Yu Eunice, 988725, 27/09/2020 Lake Wendouree House, Tutorial 6 ASSIGNMENT 2 FLIPBOOK SECTION 2D: construction stages, details and annotations Cover image, photo by John Wardle Architects
2 3 4 3D Ground First - Floor Floor A 7.04 Electric screwdriver is used 7.03 to fixed to place, reference B 7.01 Rough-in services in the kitchen area, such as to Gyprock from Google During inspection, spirit level is used to double check and prepare the downlight wires, cables for clipsals, water pipes for sinks, surface for plasterboard installation drainage pipes to sewer are brough in but not connect to Workers cleaning water any applicants yet. on site to prepare for the flooring. 7.02 Internal wall and ceiling insulation is finished in this stage. Insulation is critical in cellar that it needs to retain the After the rough-in is 7.01 set the plasterboard temperature different from adjacent rooms. Double will be installed, and C insulation is required, also to provide acoustic privacy. wires will runs through the walls and wait for 7.03 Inspection is carried out to double check any defects connect to applicants before plasterboards are constructed. Timber studs should 7.01 in next stage. 7.02 be straight without gaps, all uneven surfaces and dirt should be removed. Stretcher bond brick wall 7.04 Plasterboard or villaboard is glued and nailed to Cavity wall timber studs every 300mm, and 150mm on the edge. 6mm villaboard is fully taped and scrimmed D Although ceillar wall is installed earlier in stages, it is finished 50mm insulation is with all the other internal partition in stage 7. The detail a high density drawings shows the process of constructing cellar wall as a tongue and groove polystyrene epoxy highly private room, with advanced acoustic privacy and fixed to joints insulated for wine storage. Cellar is double insulated with 88mm Bradford Soundscreen plus R2.5 13mm plasterboard is water resisitant E External pipes such - as hot water pipes, 3D air-conditioner water pipes are designed ABPL 20033 Construction Analysis 2020 Sem2 exposed to outdoor. Assignment 2: Flipbook Secion 2D Student Name: Eunice Chow (988725) Drawing: Stage 7 Internal partitions, ceiling structure, rough-in services, wall lining - Plan (Scale 1:50 at A3)
2 3 4 3D External ceiling speaker Ground First - fixed on first floor cantilever Floor Floor A 8.01 Clipsal controlling First Floor living area timber flooring electricity on first floor living area B 8.01 Flooring on the first floor living area is timber while the bathroom is laid with tiles to repels water. 8.02 Most of the furnitures in the kitchen area is built-in Worker fixing pipes to basin 8.06 according to joinery drawings by trade group. The outdoor area is laid in stone pattern. Upstairs living used 8.03 Except furnitures fix-off, wired for safety, such as smoke Trees are transported to site ready to be planted, following 8.02 select grade spotted gum timber flooring. alarm is also installed. landscape drawings. Wastes on the bench has started to clean up to prepare to be used. 8.01 C 8.04 The house mostly uses downlights as lighting fitout. 8.05 Paintings of walls and ceilings. Hardwired smoke alarm is required for safety 8.06 Landscape materials are brough in as a final touch. especially in kitchen area, according to AS 1670.1 Access panel Doors are installed in this stage to create privacy D through separating space. Exhaust fan grill is essential to keep 8.04 the bathroom ventilated prevent Lighting in cellar is relatively moisture damage appliances. dim that not much downlights are installed. Although there is skylight allowing natural light penetrate, but electric light is still important to prevent injury in bathroom area. 8.04 E Bathroom tiling used graniti fiandre - 3D Clipsal is needed to allow ABPL 20033 Construction Analysis 2020 Sem2 hoseholds to control the lighting Assignment 2: Flipbook Secion 2D Student Name: Eunice Chow (988725) Drawing: Stage 8 Finishing trades, joinery, appliances - Plan 8.04 Scale 1:50 at A3 Skylight on first floor bathroom
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