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A Tribute to May Narisaranukul’s Work on the 100K House

by Chad Ludeman on January 19, 2009 · 5 comments

in architecture,Design

Obviously, as evidenced by this blog, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes to make the 100K House project come to fruition. The research that Nic and I do is covered in detail, but the work of our key partners is not always captured in the same manner. The architects on the project, Interface Studio Architects (aka ISA), have put in countless hours on this project and have gone through dozens of iterations of facades, roofs and floorplans to get to the final product.

Two people at ISA were instrumental in our project. The most well-known is Mister Brian Phillips who is the Principal and founder of ISA. The other is Miss May Narisaranukul, who was the project manager for the 100K House project. We worked mainly with May during the entire design process to hammer out every construction detail as well as making tweaks to many of the internal and external aesthetics of the homes.

May has recently moved to a new position at the KlingStubbins architecture firm, so we wanted to give her some props for the work she did on the project here and now. May does a mean sketch and even fiercer spreadsheet. To give a bit of insight into how her design process works, we have uploaded a bunch of her sketches over the past few months into our flickr album and displayed them below for your viewing pleasure. You will see some details that look familiar, some that we haven’t discussed yet and others that will be put in the files for possible future use.

We hope you enjoy the sketches and give a shout out to May and wish her luck on her new position in the comments. We couldn’t have created the 100K House without her.

May’s 100K Sketches

Kitchen Sketch 1
Bath sketch 1
Fence Detail
Plywood Stair Wall Elev 2

View the entire set of May’s Sketches here

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{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

1 lavardera January 19, 2009 at 7:29 pm

Great work May! Sad to see you gone from the 100k but good luck in your new position.

2 Rob January 28, 2009 at 6:13 pm

I love seeing process sketches, and some of these are just great. Its also very interesting to see the stairs with a more clear understanding. Have they been finalized?

3 chad January 29, 2009 at 10:25 am

Yes, the stair wall is finalized. We are going to build it exactly as depicted in the sketches for the 100K House. The clients for the 120K want a drywall stair wall like our renderings.

4 Rob January 29, 2009 at 11:15 am

It appears as though there are two slightly different stairs being depicted. One that is 4′ wide with a gap between the wall and the treads/risers. And a 3′ wide stair that abuts the wall. Which is the chosen design?

Also does the handrail as shown meet code? I am not entirely familiar with residential code but I thought that handrails had to be completly graspable, meaning the cross section must be of sufficient size to have a hand wrap complete around it, typically code gives the pertinent dimensions.

And it seems that there are two options for the risers, one solid and one partial open(is that code compliant)? Also does the plywood wall act as a skirt board that covers the ends of the treads and risers, or are they exposed?

Sorry for the seemingly pickyness of the details, I just really like this stair and think that some of these details could really make this stair a true work of art.

5 chad January 29, 2009 at 11:41 am

Whew. You might have to wait for the final product to get these answered… ;)

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