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P-1.0 Front Entry – Site Plan Preliminary REV-1 (Plan Detail Locations)

SEE BOLD RED FONT REFERENCE on the P-1.2 Front Entry Plan below for the location of the two (2) Detail renderings that are further down this page.

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P-1.0 Front Entry - Site Plan Preliminary REV-1

The P-1.2 “A” and P-1.2 “B” are attempting to further expand upon the conceptualization idea of the house’s “Floating on Water” appearance.

Conceptual Explanation

The Waterline Tile would wrap around all four sides of the Step Pad and provide a recessed pocket behind the tile to be filled in with ready mix, per the concrete ready mix load design for the decking.

By building up a mortar ledge first, at a 45 Deg. angle (Click HERE to see), which would tapper back into the Step Pad’s sub-deck space, the tile can be installed prior to pouring the deck. This would allow for the tile to be installed attached to the mortar base, with a triple application of thin-set bond coat prior to the pouring process of the concrete decking.

After the tile installation has been completed and had time to cure, then the concrete ready mix could be poured into the interior cavity that would be resting upon the Gunite Pedestal and bordered by the tile. The concrete could then be finished according to the “Finish” and “Color” specification and the top of the Pad would be flush with the top of the tile.

The Lily Pond would be outfitted with several 3.00″ Overflow discharge pipes that could protect against the pond water exceeding the maximum water surface elevation. These would spill into the landscape drainage network during excessive precipitation.

STEP PADS (inside Lily Pond environments)

The Detail below exhibits further conceptualization for the development considerations of the Lily Pool Step Pads. The purpose of this exhibition is to aid the budgetary explorations and will need to be collaborated with the Structural Engineer’s recommendations / directions.

WATER-POND-30-in.-x-30-in.-STEP-PAD

POND & HOUSE FOUNDATION SHARED WALL

The Detail below exhibits further conceptualization for the development considerations of a Pond and House Foundation Wall. The Structural Engineer would need to sign-off on this as the house’s foundation and the Lily Pond would be one of the same. The purpose of this exhibition is to aid the budgetary explorations and will need to be collaborated with the Structural Engineer’s recommendations / directions.

WATER-POND-@-HOUSE-FOUNDATION

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