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SD Issue 8

SD Issue 8

MAGAZINE

8

2017

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PUBLISHER EIGHth issue
Structure And Design Media
CONTENT
DESIGN & LAYOUT
Tami Zizhou MAIN FEATURE
Tich Majena 8 | Alan Megahey Learning Recource Centre

PHOTOGRAPHY COMMERCIAL FEATURE
Michele Fortmann 37 | ECD Centre at St John’s Prep School
CONTRIBUTORS
PROPERTY FEATURE
Michael Nott 53 | Pam Golding Edgewater Villa
MARKETING
Clive Mapfumo UPCOMING PROJECTS
Victoria Ndavambi 63 | Archicraft Architects’ ZAS Mall
+263 779 141 137
+263 783 851 516 DESIGN EDUCATION
+263 8644 224 569 67 | The BETA Holdings Students Awards
SUBSCRIPTIONS
+263 8644 224 570 HOME DESIGN
76 | 20 Year ‘Modern’ Design
EMAIL
[email protected] DESIGN EVENTS
83 | Parallel Nippon Architecture Exhibition
[email protected]
WEBSITE ZIM CONSTRUCTION COUNCILS
90 | ZBCA Annual General Congress 2017
www.structureanddesign.co.zw
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PUPMUBEBMLLIOISSHHERE’SR’S
MEMOVillage Walk is undoubtably the most modern and upmarket
shopping mall around and Cafe Nush is conveniently located approach as a solution, one that also employs new technologies
right at the entrance. The space was created with a stylish, that are also environmentally friendly. Imagine that when the
ultra-modern appearance that successfully combines a number roads are repaired they stay in tip top condition for many years,
of different materials and textures into a coherent, welcoming, reducing the cost of constant re-surfacing and patching.
trendy look. Cafe Nush is not only geared towards tantalising taste AnyWay Solid Environmental Solutions can make this seemingly
impossible dream come true. Imagine-page 46.

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once completed,

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Imagine if Zimbabwe’s aging and decrepit road network could be Enjoy the read! the case of Tichaona Gondo - who won
as the prestigious Vernon Mwamuka

Ourrempaiareidnmfoereaqtuuicrkelyiasndthcheeaipnlycurseindgiabdleiffedreenst eigngninoeefritnhg e Alan Megahey Floating Trophy.

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Utria (famous for his larger commercial designs in the likes of

syspteubmlisshe,[email protected] are comfortable in progressive Causeway Post Office and the Runhare House building), who tends

environments made specifically for their modern minds. What a to incorporate elements that blend basic structural and functional

posSit&ivDePAinRTvNeEsRtSment. designs with whimsical, almost sculptural elements. Liz Howes

from Howes and Homes was recently consulted to give the home an

In the same vein, the ECD Centre at St John’s Preparatory update. It is almost 20 years since it was built, but it looks strikingly

School is another investment in the future. A perfect place to modern. The result of forward thinking ideas.

nurture the youngest talents and help set them on their path

10to ssturucctcuree &ssde.sign Enjoy this issue and best wishes in the new Zimbabwe!

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MAIN FEATURE

A new way of thinking

about Learning Centres

Text by Michael Nott | Additional Photos, Drawings and Plans by Geoff Fox From Architectural
and Planning Studio (Aps) | Photos by Tami Zizhou

THE Alan Megahey Learning Resource Centre way for students to access and engage with information in
(LRC) at Peterhouse Boys School, just outside whatever form it might take - printed or electronic. It’s an
Marondera, represents a new way of looking at interactive learning facility where students can still enjoy all
education and interacting with information for senior school the attributes that a traditional library has to offer – research
students from both the boys’ and girls’ schools. It was books and current periodicals - but with the added bonus of
made possible by a very generous (around US$1.5 million) internet and multi-media access.
anonymous donation.
In addition to interacting with the internet, students can
Alan Megahey was a former Rector of the school, responsible collaborate with each other on a peer to peer basis and also
for, among other things, the founding of the Peterhouse engage with teachers. The school has installed the online
Girls School and the formation of the Peterhouse Group version of Encyclopaedia Britannica on their computers which
of Schools. He was also well respected as a man of allows pupils to view an almost unlimited amount of up to date
considerable intellectual and cultural abilities, a historian information. The LRC also has impressive multimedia facilities
and an academic, as well as for his innovative approach to for watching video and PowerPoint computer presentations.
education. In addition he was an archivist with a significant There’s a huge video monitor as well as state of the art sound
collection of books and documents across a broad range equipment. And that’s not all – students are continuously
of subjects. So it’s a fitting tribute to his legacy that the monitored by CCTV cameras so that the supervisors are always
new LRC is part library but also a new and ground-breaking in control of just what the pupils are looking at!

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Originally intended as a kind of extension of the existing
library it has become far more than that. It functions in a
very different way to more conventional libraries which were
always traditionally completely silent and rather stuffy and
dusty spaces.

It was crucial at the outset of the project to establish,
research and define the brief and what the building was to
achieve. In order to get to this point the architects undertook
extensive initial consultations with a diverse range of
specialists - from IT (Neil Padmore of Frampol) to educational
psychology (Occupational Psychologist Felicity Van de Ruit of
Realise Africa). In addition, various lively and inclusive focus
groups consisting of staff and pupils were consulted.

As a result of this research-led and collaborative process
the LRC represents a new way of thinking about teaching
and learning and is in essence an synthesis between a
typical library and a computer centre, providing opportunities
for both structured academic research as well as a more
extramural curiosity in the world around us.

Whenever the brief is as unique as this one an important
part of the initial design process is to get full support
from the client on the design concept. Key to this was the
production of accurate visualisations by the architects.
Architectural Assistant Tapiwa Mativenga modelled the
building both inside and outside in photorealistic 3D, to
give the client team an exact look and feel for the space,
colours and ambience before committing to construction
documentation.

To this end there are both formal seating for students to
access the internet and do online research, as well as more
comfortable and relaxed seating areas for reading, studying
and collaborating in either small or large groups, or in public
or private settings.

Books and periodicals can be checked out in the usual way
with an advanced sentinel system to ensure that all material
taken from the resource centre is carefully monitored.

9

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MAIN FEATURE

312 Hillside Road, Msasa, Harare
Email: [email protected]
Tel: (04) 2447713

ALL YOUR ALUMINIUM SOLUTIONS IN PREMIUM QUALITY

14 structure & design | ISSUE 8

FROM THE The LRC is intended as a series of individual and collective gathering spaces under one roof, where a
DESIGN BRIEF spectrum of learning resources and multi media, in all its forms can be consumed, shared and enjoyed by
pupils and staff, (for scholarly and extramural interests alike).

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Q P O N M L K c/l I H G F E D C B A 13 12 11 10 9 8 CL 7 6 5 4 3 DDD 2 1 ARCHITECTURAL &
PLANNING STUDIO

CW-E-05 CW-E-06 CW-N-07 CW-N-08 CW-45
1370 1370
10573 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
2813 2250 2250 2250 1010 230 2698 563 3375 2500 1760 2740 1760 2740 1760 2500 3383 0 e: [email protected]
CW-N-03 N-W7 CW-N-04 CW-N-05 CW-N-09 www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
CW-E-04 1151 CW-E-05 CW-E-061407 1274 554 CW-N-01 1470 CW-N-02 CW-N-03-W1 1161 CW-N-04-W1 N-W8 CW-N-05-W1 1470 CW-N-06
CW-E-03-W1 1171 1395 CW-N-03-D1 CW-N-04-D1 888 CW-N-05-D1 Notes
5.00° Window 1.3 Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
Top of Parapet 195 2800 226 CW-E-03 Window6010.10 Top of Parapet N-D1 E dimensions to be checked on site before
6400 CW-E-01-W1 700 CW-E-02-W1 2250 700 commencement of work.
5700 6W4i0n0dow 1.3 3961 230 This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
6W0i0n0dow 1.1 W-W6 W-W7 other relevant drawings and specifications.
D1 - Ceiling 5700 The design on this drawing is copyright and
Window31G5.20 remains the property of Architectural & Planning
CURTAIN WALL CW-E-01 CW-E-02 2800 N-W1 N-W2 Studio.
MANUFACTURER TO SUPPLY 1458 2250 2800 All work to comply with Local Authority
2100 Window G.1 2100 regulations.
ALUMINIUM PROFILED FLAT All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
SHEET PANELS TO SAME 1355 2250 2200
COLOUR AS FRAMES GENERAL CONSTRUCTION NOTES
600 605 195 D2 - 1st Floor FFL 1772 N-W5 3500 N-W10 3500 B
D2 - 1st Floor FFL 3600 ALL WINDOWS TO BE DESIGNED TO WITHSTAND A 2kN
3600 WINDLOAD AS PER SABS 0160.
ALL EXPOSED ALUMINIUM SURFACES TO BE PROTECTED TAPE
CW-E-01-W2 Window G.2 DURING DELIVERY, INSTALLATION & CONSTRUCTION.
2800 ALL WINDOW FURNITURE, FRAMES, LOUVRES AND SCREENS TO
BE MAKE OF NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM.
3405 E-W1 E-W2 E-W3 E-W4 1700 3600 1700 N-W3 N-W4 2300 1700 N-W11 N-W12 WHERE STRUCTURE IS CLAD IN ALUMINIUM PROFILED FLAT
SHEET, WINDOW MANUFACTURER IS TO SUPPLY BACKING
N-W6 2800 N-W9 BOARD WHERE NECESSARY.
ALL STEEL / ALUMINIUM JUNCTIONS TO BE SEPARATED BY
2200 1900 1900 APPROVED BITUMENOUS EMULSION PAINT (JOINTEX OR SIMILAR
APPROVED POLYSULPHIDE PAINT).
1100 1100 500 1100 GLAZING TO CONSIST OF 6.38mm CLEAR LAMINATED GLASS
SOLARVUE NEUTRAL, NORMAL STRENGTH (NS).
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 0 WINDOW INSTALLATION CRITERIA
USE FIGURED DIMENSIONS ONLY FOR PRELIMINARY ESTIMATES.
1458 345 888 245 888 230 888 245 888 888 648 888 1230 1000 2500 1000 1306 888 806 2000 806 1306 1000 2500 1000 1215 888 670 888 CONTRACTOR TO CONSTRUCT OPENINGS TO +/- 5mm
TOLERANCE.
ABC D FGH I c/l K L M N BO P Q WINDOW MANUFACTURER TO CHECK ALL CRITICAL DIMENSIONS
ON SITE PRIOR TO MANUFACTURE.
1 Callout of W - East Elevation - Curtain Wall 2 Callout of W - North Elevation - Curtain Wall CW-W-03 TENDERERS TO SUBMIT SUFFICIENT DETAILS FOR ADJUDICATION
PURPOSES AND ARE TO LIST ALL IRONMONGERY AND ALL
1 : 50 1 : 50 OMISSIONS TO BE NOTED.
ACCEPTED TENDERER TO SUBMIT SHOP DRAWINGS WITHIN 2
2 DDD 3 45 6 7 CL 8 9 10 11 12 13 CW-W-04 WEEKS FROM APPOINTMENT. TO BE REVIEWED BY ARCHITECT
4270 PRIOR TO MANUFACTURE.
2120 995 260 1120 2245 260 2120 2235 2280 2235 2120 260 2245 2245 260 2113 2698 230 CW-W-05 ACCEPTED TENDERER TO LIAISE WITH MAIN CONTRACTOR AND
3365 260 10990 260 2120 6073 ENSURE THAT THE INSTALLATION PERIOD AS PROGRAMMED IS
ACCEPTABLE.
2280 260 4490 CW-S-07-W1 1395 1171 1740 700
CW-S-04 1151 778
725
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CW-S-13 2245 2235 2235 2245 226
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5700 5700

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4270 230 2250 2800A1400

D2 - 1st Floor FFL CURTAIN WALL MANUFACTURER TO SUPPLY ALUMINIUM D2 - 1st Floor FFL 360
3600 PROFILED FLAT SHEET PANELS TO SAME COLOUR AS FRAMES 3600

180 180 600 605 210 210 6400 6400 Window Legend

B CW-S-02 CW-S-06 CW-S-07 6278 Window G.2 1 : 50
CW-S-01-W2 CW-S-06-W2 CW-S-07-W2 2800
2200 600 7478 1220 Window G.2

CW-S-01-W1 995 3420 CW-S-09-W1 600 CW-S-11-W1 3405 2800 1200 2000 1200
CW-S-09 CW-S-11 Window G.1 W-W1 W-D1 W-W2
2120
CW-S-01 2200

CW-S-08 CW-S-12 2800

4620 CW-S-10 2200

D1 - Gnd Floor FFL CW-S-09-D1 2800 CW-S-11-D1 D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 2250 2250 0
3115 260 3365 260 2120 6750 2120 260 4490 260 2120
1200 2250 4400

D0 - Lower Gnd Floor No. Description Date
FFL
B
-1200

3 Callout of W - South Elevation - Curtain Wall 4 Callout of W - West Elevation - Curtain Wall
1 : 50
Curtain Wall Schedule 1 : 50

Ref. Width S/O Height S/O Area Description Manufacturer Glazing.. GLAZING - REFER TO DOOR / WINDOW
SCHEDULES

COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL = CW-45
CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER
CW-40 2120 2793 6 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC. 10.00° CW-46
SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE 45 27
CW-41 2120 2793 6 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC. A 44 18 13 75 72 PRECAST CONCRETE ABC D E F G H I c/l K L M N OPQ
STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO COPING STONE ON TOP
CW-42 3375 2861 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm MATCH CHAPEL WALLS OF MASONRY WALLS -
310 310(w)x75(h)45(nose)
CW-43 4135 2800 12 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 230

CW-44 4270 2800 12 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm ROOF CHROMADECK METAL SHEET - D3 - Roof 1469
COLOUR DOVE GREY 7200
CW-45 3260 1314 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 3260 230 4385 6750
Top of Parapet 0 1144 2135
CW-46 11135 664 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm A PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE ON TOP 6W4i0n0dow 1.3 1141 800 145 CONSTRUCTION
OF MASONRY WALLS - 310(w)x72(h)45(nose) 6000 CW-44-W2
CW-47 3260 768 3 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 26 25 2000 2135 2135 176 PH Group of Schools

CW-E-01 1458 6400 9 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm B PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE 10.00°
BENEATH GLAZING AT WALL PLATE HEIGHT 45 1713 12 13 CW-43-W1 CW-43-W2 CW-44-W1
CW-E-02 2250 2800 6 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm B 100 PRECAST CONCRETE
C PRECAST CONCRETE CILLS BENEATH
CW-E-03 2250 2800 6 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm ALL WINDOWS - 155(w)x75(h)45(nose) COPING STONE BENEATH
GLAZING AT WALL PLATE
CW-E-04 10573 689 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm HEIGHT - 310(w)
310 x75(h)45(nose)
CW-E-05 2698 1289 3 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 230
Wall Legend 50.
CW-E-06 563 1432 1 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 2100 CW-43 CW-43-D1 CW-44-D1 CW-44
1 : 50 4135 4270
CW-N-01 3383 1395 5 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm ABC D E

CW-N-02 2500 1470 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 3145 25 TEAK INTERNAL CILL 230

CW-N-03 1760 3961 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm D2 - 1st Floor FFL
3600
CW-N-04 1760 3961 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 10.00° 50 25 3115
75
CW-N-05 1760 3961 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm C PRECAST CONCRETE 495 1000 1620
CILLS BENEATH ALL
CW-N-06 2500 1470 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm WINDOWS - 155(w)
155 115 x75(h)45(nose)
CW-N-07 3145 1319 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 2000 1060 1075 1075 1060 2135

CW-N-08 3145 1319 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 1457 230 Window 1.3 1000
5.00° 6W0i0n0dow 1.1
1154 Window Cill Legend 5700
CW-N-09 3383 1395 5 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm CW-N-07 2 DDD 3
1:5
CW-S-01 3375 3110 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm Top of Parapet Alan Megahey LRC
6400
CW-S-02 3625 5828 21 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 3100 Callout of W - West Elevation - Curtain Wall - Callout 1
2100
CW-S-03 4615 2527 12 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 3 6 1 : 50

CW-S-04 2020 3022 6 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm Adjacent 1 CW-42-D1 CW-42

CW-S-05 4615 2527 12 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 5 1 : 50 D3 - Roof 2053 165 913
7200
CW-S-06 4750 5934 28 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm WD - (A0) Details - Window
Top of Parapet / Door / Curtain Wall
CW-S-07 2243 5914 13 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 1990 D2 - 1st Floor FFL 6W4i0n0dow 1.3 CW-47 2800 800 Elevations
495 1000 495 3600 6W0i0n0dow 1.1
CW-S-08 2250 3222 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 625 5700
495 1000 495775
CW-S-09 2250 4620 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm

CW-S-10 2250 4620 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm DOORS / WINDOWS / Window G.2 Project number
CURTAIN WALLS TO BE 2800
CW-S-11 2250 4620 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm READ IN CONJUNCTION 2975 CW-40 PHBMB
WITH SCHEDULES & 2200 775 Window G.1
CW-S-12 2250 3222 7 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm DETAILS ON DRAWINGS Window G.1 2200 11/04/2016
A1400 & A1401 AND PLAN 2200
CW-S-13 3375 2472 8 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm LAYOUTS Date

CW-W-01 4270 2440 10 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 2975
2200
CW-W-02 2250 2440 5 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm CW-42-D2 Drawn by GF
Checked by Checker
CW-W-03 2698 1289 3 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm CW-40-D1 (C)urtain (W)all Panel Curtain Wall Number

CW-W-04 4270 964 4 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm CW-41 CW - E - 04 - W2

CW-W-05 6073 492 3 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm D2 - 1st Floor FFL 04/08/2016 13:55:57
3600
Exist. Lib. 1 6320 3451 22 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL (N)orth / (E)ast / (S)outh / (D)oor / (W)indow Number D1 - Ceiling A1400 B
0 (W)est Facade Within Curtain Wall Panel 3150
Exist. Lib. 2 6140 3524 22 m² Curtain Wall Direct Sub-contractor Laminated 6.38mm 0 1990

Grand total: 43 365 m²
NOTE: Refer to Door and Window Schedules for openable doors and windows
7 Office Partition 8 Archive & Careers Partition Curtain Wall Legend 9 W - Section 2 - Callout 1
Scale @ A0 sheet As indicated
1 : 50 1 : 50 1 : 50 1 : 50

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E E E ARCHITECTURAL &
E E PLANNING STUDIO
1 3 13
A1604 4 A1604 - 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
A1604 2 WindoLw 1.3 t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
6000 e: [email protected]
4 5 Shelf Type A 5 6 9 Shelf Type F 7 10 12 Shelf Type A www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
M
1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 Notes
Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
11 dimensions to be checked on site before
commencement of work.
5 This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
other relevant drawings and specifications.
67 10 The design on this drawing is copyright and
remains the property of Architectural & Planning
50 565 50 665 N MAGNETIC WHITE BOARD Studio.
D2 - 1st Floor FFL TO REAR BACKING All work to comply with Local Authority
3600 regulations.
2870 395 25 385 25 385 25 362 50 395 25 385 25 385 25 362 50 410 410 410 410 397 SHELF TYPE G - RAISED ON COASTERS All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
410 410 398 345 50 410 410 397 423 410 410 410 410 410 407 I
Window 1.3 Window 1.3 Window 1.3 Window 1.3 Window 1.3 11 Shelf Type G 17 Shelf Type G
6000 6000 6000 6000 6000
1 : 25 1 : 25

c/l

2860 I

1652 1653 Window 1.1
5700

833

c/l

D2 - 1st Floor FFL D2 - 1st Floor FFL D2 - 1st Floor FFL A1604 22
3600 3600 3600
D1 - Ceiling 245 100 245 1790
3150 D1 - Ceiling 590 D1 - Ceiling
2063 2255 385 25 385 25 347 50 3150 3150
50 1690 50 2870 100 410 410 397 100
1378 395 410 410 410 410 397 385 25 347 50 423 410 410 410 410 410 397 MAGNETIC WHITE BOARD
FUTURE ACCESS PANEL2870 345 50 423 410 410 410 410 410 397 TO REAR BACKING
102
423 410 410 410 410 410 397 50 50D2 - 1st Floor FFL SHELF TYPE I - RAISED ON COASTERS
24003600
355 343 343 343 343 343 330 318
21 Shelf Type I 22 Shelf Type I

1 : 25 1 : 25

2870 2870 8 CL 7

50 820 50 820 50 600

490 51 820 50 818 51

1653

245 245 2120

833

1790 1790
620
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 0 0

1 Shelf Types A & F 2 Shelf Types A & F 3 Shelf Type E & F 4 Shelf Type E & F 13 Shelf Type F 28 Work Station

1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25

44 1702 44 44 1702 44

145 E 14 490 E E 51 2018 51
230 345 A1604 245 245
N
15 115 15 200 15 115 15 1 25 3 13 O D0 - Lower Gnd Floor MAGNETIC WHITE BOARD No. Description Date
24 A1604 FFL TO REAR BACKING
2
A1604 2 A1604 4 A1604 - -1200 Construction 09/03/2016
A
860 SHELF TYPE K - RAISED ON COASTERS Floor box positions 10/03/2016

Shelf Type F Shelf Type E Shelf Type F Shelf Type K revised. Internal glazed
partition screen omitted.
8 1 : 25 7 1 : 25 15 1 : 25 16 1 : 25 Size and position of Shelf
2010 Type I revised. Table
630 sizes and layout revised.
260 1490 260 Data / plug sockets
45 260 integrated into furniture.

67 Shopfitting materials

Type F 28 A1604 revised.
- -
A1604
370 260 16 P

PLASTER & PAINT 260 1490 260 Type K CONSTRUCTION
25x100mm TEAK SKIRTING WITH ROUNDED NOSE D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 RECEPTIONS COUNTER - RAISED ON COASTERS Q
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 RECEPTION COUNTER - RAISED ON COASTERS

23 SF - Reception Counter 24 SF - Reception - Elevation 1 - a 25 SF - Reception - Elevation 1 - b P 26 Callout of W1 - Gnd Floor FFL - Workstations PH Group of Schools

1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25

230 9 D CBA 10 Shelf Type K 45

CONCRETE 1 : 25 BONDED SCREED INSTALLED BY
COLUMN CONTRACTOR TO SPECIALIST ADVICE
44 115 MASONRY E 7 CL 8
B C D IN-SITU CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC.
BRICKWORK COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL =
PLY WOOD FRAME CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER15 15 15 15 Alan Megahey LRC
AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.230 115 230
A 610 2120 1558 AS ABOVE
SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE
305 Type B 305 305 2400 355 343 343 343 343 343 330 BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC.230 WD - (A0) Details
1558 670 355 343 343 343 343 343 330 2400 STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO Shopfitting - Shelves
Type K B MATCH CHAPEL WALLS
18
44 460 44 Type D 19 A1604 C
2120
305Type C 1950 HOT DIP GALVANISED STEEL TO SE Project number PHBMB
775 DETAIL & SPEC - TO I-BEAMS, LOUVRES Date 11/04/2016
& BALUSTRADE SUPPORTS
14 Callout of W1 - Gnd Floor FFL - Shelves Type E - post A1604 20 NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM TO Drawn by GF
ARCH. DETAIL & SPEC. Checked by Checker
1:5 775 670 CORAIN - TO COUNTER TOPS, DESKS &
SHELVES - TO SPEC. SUBCONTRACTOR
6 305 305 PLY WOOD TIMBER - TO SKIRTINGS,
HANDRAILS & BOOK SHELF PERIMETERS
D 450 ALUTHERM INSULATION LAID BY10 100 A1604 A 04/08/2016 13:56:17
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL CONTRACTOR TO MANUFACTURERS SPEC.
6 Shelves Type BCDK 0 SHELF TYPE B&C - RAISED ON COASTERS D1 - Gnd Floor FFL UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSULATION
0 BOARD TO SPECIALIST SUPPLY AND
1 : 25 INSTALLATION
Shelf Type BC Shelf Type K Shelf Type D Scale @ A0 sheet As indicated
Wall Legend 25
9 18 1 : 25 19 1 : 25 20 1 : 25
1 : 25

R Q P O N M L K c/l I H G F E D C B A BONDED SCREED INSTALLED BY ARCHITECTURAL &
2 12 1 CONTRACTOR TO SPECIALIST ADVICE PLANNING STUDIO
PRECAST CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC.
A1203 A1200 A1200 A1201 IN-SITU CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC. 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL = t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
B CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER15 15 15 15 e: [email protected]
AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.230 230 115 230 www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
AS ABOVE
Top of Parapet SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE Notes
BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC. Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
Window6410.30 STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO dimensions to be checked on site before
Window6010.10 MATCH CHAPEL WALLS commencement of work.
This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
5700 HOT DIP GALVANISED STEEL TO SE other relevant drawings and specifications.
DETAIL & SPEC - TO I-BEAMS, LOUVRES The design on this drawing is copyright and
& BALUSTRADE SUPPORTS10 100 remains the property of Architectural & Planning
NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM TO Studio.
D2 - 1st Floor FFL 23 D1 - Ceiling ARCH. DETAIL & SPEC. All work to comply with Local Authority
3600 22 Window31G5.20 PLY WOOD TIMBER - TO SKIRTINGS, regulations.
21 HANDRAILS & BOOK SHELF PERIMETERS All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
20 2800 ALUTHERM INSULATION LAID BY
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL 19 Window G.1 CONTRACTOR TO MANUFACTURERS SPEC.
0 18 UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSULATION
17 2200 BOARD TO SPECIALIST SUPPLY AND
D0 - Lower Gnd Floor 16 INSTALLATION
FFL 15 5
14 A1600 Wall Legend 50
-1200 13
12 D1.1 - Ext. Ground 1 : 50
11 EGL
10 -170 GLAZING - REFER TO DOOR / WINDOW
9 SCHEDULES
8 DE - Level 00.1 - Ext. COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL =
7 Ground EGL CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER
6 -1370 AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.
5 SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE
4 BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC.
3 STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO
2 MATCH CHAPEL WALLS
1 ROOF CHROMADECK METAL SHEET -
COLOUR DOVE GREY
A PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE ON TOP No. Description Date
OF MASONRY WALLS - 310(w)x72(h)45(nose)
B PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE 2 Construction 09/03/2016
BENEATH GLAZING AT WALL PLATE HEIGHT A
C PRECAST CONCRETE CILLS BENEATH Floor box positions 10/03/2016
ALL WINDOWS - 155(w)x75(h)45(nose) B revised. Internal glazed
partition screen omitted.
Wall Legend 50. Size and position of Shelf
Type I revised. Table
1 : 50 sizes and layout revised.
W - Section 5 8 Data / plug sockets
1 A1602 ALL WATERPROOFING / EXPANSION JOINTS AT integrated into furniture.
1 : 50 FOUNDATIONS / RETAINING WALLS SUBJECT TO
CONFIRMATION BY SE. DETAILS AND MAY CHANGE Shopfitting materials
IN DUE COURSE DUE TO ACTUAL SUB-SURFACE revised.
ABC D E FGH I c/l K LM N OPQ R CONDITIONS. ALL CONCRETE WORK TO BE DONE
1 IN ACCORDANCE WITH SE DETAILS AND Layout changes to Gnd 20/07/2016
A1201 2 1 2 SPECIFICATIONS. and 1st floors (including
A1203 ALL WATERPROOFING BETWEEN JUNCTIONS OF revised floor finishes,
A1200 A1200 THE DOORS / WINDOWS / CURTAINS WALLS TO BE additional meeting rooms,
THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE RELEVANT removal of eastern fire
5 SUBCONTRACTOR. escape, addition of
A1400 ALL WATERPROOFING END-LAPS, TURNUPS, window to eastern office,
JOINTS, CORNERS ETC. TO BE DONE IN and associated electrics
2 ACCORDANCE WITH WATERPROOFING etc. Removal of louvres,
A1603 MANUFACTURERS GUIDANCE. revisions to wall finishes
D2 - 1st Floor FFL ALL SURFACES TO BE PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE to stairs internally and
3600 WITH WATERPROOFING MANUFACTURERS externally)
GUIDANCE.
WATERPROOF SCREED LAID 450 - Top of Parapet ALL DRAWINGS TO BE CHECKED BY CONSTRUCTION
ON TOP OF WATERPROOFING 2100 700 --- Window6410.30 WATERPROOFING SPECIALST INSTALLER PRIOR
Window6010.10 TO APPLICATION. PH Group of Schools
MEMBRANE TO 1:80 FALLS 5 5700 ANY DISCREPANCIES OR IRREGULARITIES THAT
A1601 MAY JEOPARDISE THE INTEGRITY OF THE Alan Megahey
2400 3 WATERPROOFING IN ANY WAY SHOULD BE LRC
218 2800 620 A1603 BROUGHT TO THE IMMEDIATE ATTENTION OF THE
ARCHITECT, AND SUBJECT TO FURTHER
D1 - Ceiling INSTRUCTION.
Window31G5.20 THE PROPER INSTALLATION & COMPLIANCE WITH
MANUFACTURERS GUIDANCE IS THE
2800 RESPONSIBILITY OF THE MAIN CONTRACTOR & THE
Window G.1 ARCHITECT ACCEPTS NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR
ANY WATERPROOFING FAILURES DUE TO POOR
2200 WORKMANSHIP, SUPERVISION, SITE CONDITIONS
OR ANY DEVIATIONS FROM SPECIALIST APPROVED
2800 DETAILS. WD - GA Section Layouts
4350 AFTER COMPLETION ALL NECESSARY
WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES ARE TO BE
D1 - Gnd Floor FFL 9 D1.1 - Ext. Ground PROVIDED BY THE MAIN CONTRACTOR IN Project number PHBMB
0 8 EGL COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTRACT. Date 11/04/2016
7 Drawn by
D0 - Lower Gnd Floor Waterproofing Notes Checked by GF
FFL 6 -170 Checker
5 1 : 50 A1202
-1200 B
4 Scale @ A1 sheet
1 : 50
3

2

1 DE - Level 00.1 - Ext.
Ground EGL

-1370 04/08/2016 13:08:17

2 W - Section 6

1 : 50

17

MICHELLE ASHLEY INTERIOR & ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO

M A I A Design Studio | 47 Churchill Avenue, Alexandra Park, Harare
Tel: +263 774 422 547 | Email: [email protected] | Directors: Michelle Wilkins

When I was asked to come on board
for the interiors of the Peterhouse
Boys Megahey Media Centre, it was
important for me to understand the
brief of the project and the architectural
concept from the start, to ensure a
smooth transition and continuity. The
concept was quite strong with the
structural components and key fixtures
contrasted in a vibrant palette of
plums, sparkling lime, Monet blues and
effervescent orange. The brief sensed
it was important to run this scheme
through the soft furnishings, but without
the overall look becoming too garish.

Solid colours were used for the block-
like seating components with geometric
design such as circular chairs and
square modular sofas. These were
broken by merging patterns and colours
in elements between, such as ottomans
and more organic style chairs. We also
selected furniture compiled in separate
modules so that the block colours could
be alternated and compounded together
in different combinations, creating a
variable aspect to the overall design.

Overall I feel we achieved the look
desired, where furniture and interior
blends into the aesthetic structure of
the building design.

19

2 ARCHITECTURAL &
A1605 PLANNING STUDIO

Type B Type B Type B Type B B 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
AUDIO Type C Type C Type C Type C Type C Store 2 (Books) 3 e: [email protected]
SERVER 4 m² A1605 www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
DATA Type E
1 Counter Top = 750mm AFFL SERVER Type K Type E Notes
A1605 New book arrivals SPARE Type K Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
& processing SERVER Type D dimensions to be checked on site before
OfficeType H Type D commencement of work.
8 m² Type H Type D This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
Type D other relevant drawings and specifications.
23 Stair 1 Type D Stair 2 Archive The design on this drawing is copyright and
A1604 3 m² Type D 2 m² 8 m² remains the property of Architectural & Planning
Type K Studio.
Type K UP All work to comply with Local Authority
Type D 15 regulations.
Archive store (Books & A1604 All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
IT) and packaging
Server Core Library
7 m² 37 m²

Type F Lower LRC Type E 6 Type F 1100 267
193 m² Type E A1604

Pidgeon Holes / 8 7 MWB
Laptop access A1604 A1604

Counter Top =1000mm AFFL 1100
Counter Top =800mm AFFL

1100 MWB

Magnetic White-board 13760
(Notice Board Wall)

Multi Media Administration & Table tops to be 800mm AFFL
Control Point
1100

1100 Counter Top = 1000mm AFFL

TOGGLE JOINTS (TJ) TOGGLE JOINTS (TJ)

1100 No. Description Date

2 Construction 09/03/2016

Coffee Table Top = 400mm AFFL A Floor box positions 10/03/2016
revised. Internal glazed
Active Learning Space partition screen omitted.
1294 62 m² 1100

Counter Top = 1000mm AFFL Size and position of Shelf
Type I revised. Table
• STATIC (ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT) SHELVES TO sizes and layout revised.
New Arrival Books & Journals TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm THICK Data / plug sockets
MWB 1100 Type J 1100 VARNISHED PLY WOOD FRAME WITH integrated into furniture.
Type J Type J ADJUSTABLE PLYBOARD SHELVES TO Shopfitting materials
Type J SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL
Type F PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO revised.
ARCHITECTS SPEC.
Type K B Layout changes to Gnd 20/07/2016
MWB 10 • MOBILE SHELVES (ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT) and 1st floors (including
1284 A1604 UP 1145 1100 1100 1145 1368 SHELVES TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm revised floor finishes,
Magnetic White-board 1133 1100 1133 UP 25510 THICK VARNISHED PLY WOOD FRAME WITH additional meeting rooms,
(Notice Board Wall) ADJUSTABLE PLYWOOD SHELVES,
26
Counter Top = 1000mm AFFL A1604 Counter Top = 1000mm AFFL COASTERS FOR PORTABILITY AND A removal of eastern fire
MAGNETIC WHITE BOARD BACKING TO BE escape, addition of
USED FOR PRESENTATIONS. ALL TO window to eastern office,
SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL
PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO and associated electrics
ARCHITECTS SPEC. etc. Removal of louvres,

• WALL MOUNTED SHELVES TYPICALLY TO revisions to wall finishes
CONSIST OF 44mm THICK VARNISHED PLY to stairs internally and
WOOD FRAME WITH PLY WOOD SHELVES TO externally)
W1 - Gnd Floor FFL - Shopfitting & Furniture SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL
PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO
1 : 50 ARCHITECTS SPEC.
1
• WORK STATION WORK TOPS (1000mm AFFL)
Shopfitting & Furniture Schedule TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD
COUNTER TOPS WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL

CONSTRUCTIONAND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO

SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO
PLAN POSITIONS

Type Comments Description Count Manufacturer Product • TASK TABLES 900X900mm (800mm AFFL) TO
PH Group of SchoolsTYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD

COUNTER TOPS WITH LAMINATED GLASS
TOP, ON STANDARD STAINLESS STEEL
A 665 x 0345 x 2870mm 5 Shelves - Adjustable 2 Direct Sub-contractor Alan MegaheyTABLE FRAME - WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL
B 670 x 0305 x 450mm 4 Shelves - Mobile low 4 Direct Sub-contractor
C 770 x 0305 x 450mm 3 Shelves - Mobile low 5 Direct Sub-contractor AND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO
D 1557 x 0305 x 2400mm 2 Shelves - Fixed (short) 7 Direct Sub-contractor PERIMETER DOWNSTAND TO SPECIALIST
E 1790 x 0245 x 2870mm 3 Shelves - Adjustable (back to 4 Direct Sub-contractor SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO PLAN LRC
back) POSITIONS. INNER FACE OF GLASS TO BE
F 1790 x 0345 x 2870mm 4 Shelves - Adjustable (single) 5 Direct Sub-contractor PAINTED TO ARCHITECTS SPEC.
I 1900 x 0305 x 2100mm 4 Shelves - Mobile (short) 6 Direct Sub-contractor
G 1900 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 Shelves - Mobile 2 Direct Sub-contractor • COFFEE TABLES 900X900mm (400mm AFFL)
J 2040 x 0245 x 2845mm 4 Shelves - Adjustable (back to 4 Direct Sub-contractor TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD
back) WD - GA Gnd FloorCOUNTER TOPS WITH LAMINATED GLASS
K 2120 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 5 Direct Sub-contractor
M 2552 x 0305 x 900mm 4 Shelves - Fixed (long) 2 Direct Sub-contractor TOP, ON STANDARD STAINLESS STEEL
H 2552 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 Shelves - High Level (office) 2 Direct Sub-contractor Furniture & ShopfittingTABLE FRAME - WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL
Grand total: 48 Shelves - Fixed (office)
AND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO
PERIMETER DOWNSTAND TO SPECIALIST Layout
SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO PLAN
POSITIONS. INNER FACE OF GLASS TO BE
PAINTED TO ARCHITECTS SPEC.

• DESKS (800mm AFFL) TO TYPICALLY Project number PHBMB
CONSIST OF CORIAN DESK TOPS WITH POST 11/04/2016
CFOURPBMOEADRCDHSIPABNODADRRDA/WLAEMRISNTAOTECLIENDTaSte
SELECTION ALL TO SPECIALIST GF
SHOPFITTING DETAIL. Checker
.
• REMAINING LOOSE FURNITURE - TYPICDAraLLwYn by
CHAIRS - INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY TO
CLIENTS SELECTION AND AMRACINHCITOENCTTRCSAhCeTc.ked
GUIDANCE (NOT PART OF by

MOBILE SHELVES TO HAVE MAGNETIC A1403 B 04/08/2016 13:08:27
WHITEBOARD TO REAR OF SHELVES.
1 : 50
MOBILE SHELVES TO COASTERS AS
REQUIRED BENEATH FRAME
Scale @ A1 sheet

Shopfitting Legend

1 : 50

B ARCHITECTURAL &
PLANNING STUDIO
UP Type A
5 Terrace 2 Counter Top = 800mm AFFLType H Type H 4 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
38 m² Careers Office A1605 t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
A1604 8 m² e: [email protected]
Type F Type F Type A www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
MWB UP
MWB Type G 9 Upper LRC 12 1265 Notes
A1604 161 m² A1604 Glass backing Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
11 dimensions to be checked on site before
A1604 Type I commencement of work.
This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
other relevant drawings and specifications.
The design on this drawing is copyright and
remains the property of Architectural & Planning
Studio.
All work to comply with Local Authority
regulations.
All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.

21 Type I MWB Collaborative Space 1
A1604 Type I 15 m²
Type I
Void Below
Collaborative SMpWacBe 2
15 m²

Type I Glass backing No. Description Date

2 Construction 09/03/2016
A
• STATIC (ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT) SHELVES TO Floor box positions 10/03/2016
TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm THICK B revised. Internal glazed
VARNISHED PLY WOOD FRAME WITH partition screen omitted.
Type G ADJUSTABLE PLYBOARD SHELVES TO Size and position of Shelf
Type I SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL Type I revised. Table
PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO sizes and layout revised.
ARCHITECTS SPEC. Data / plug sockets
integrated into furniture.
• MOBILE SHELVES (ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT) Shopfitting materials
SHELVES TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm revised.
THICK VARNISHED PLY WOOD FRAME WITH
1133 1100 1133 1095 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1100 1095 1100 1100 1100 1190 ADJUSTABLE PLYWOOD SHELVES, Layout changes to Gnd 20/07/2016
COASTERS FOR PORTABILITY AND A and 1st floors (including
Counter Top = 900mm AFFL MAGNETIC WHITE BOARD BACKING TO BE revised floor finishes,
USED FOR PRESENTATIONS. ALL TO additional meeting rooms,
SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL removal of eastern fire
PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO escape, addition of
ARCHITECTS SPEC. window to eastern office,
and associated electrics
• WALL MOUNTED SHELVES TYPICALLY TO etc. Removal of louvres,
CONSIST OF 44mm THICK VARNISHED PLY revisions to wall finishes
WOOD FRAME WITH PLY WOOD SHELVES TO to stairs internally and
SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. INTERNAL externally)
PERIMETER OF FRAME TO BE PAINTED TO
1 W2 - 1st Floor FFL - Shopfitting & Furniture ARCHITECTS SPEC.

1 : 50 • WORK STATION WORK TOPS (1000mm AFFL)
TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD
Shopfitting & Furniture Schedule COUNTER TOPS WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION
AND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO
Type Comments Description Count Manufacturer Product SPECIALIST SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO PH Group of Schools
PLAN POSITIONS
A 665 x 0345 x 2870mm 5 Shelves - Adjustable 2 Direct Sub-contractor Alan Megahey
B 670 x 0305 x 450mm 4 Shelves - Mobile low 4 Direct Sub-contractor • TASK TABLES 900X900mm (800mm AFFL) TO LRC
C 770 x 0305 x 450mm 3 Shelves - Mobile low 5 Direct Sub-contractor TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD
D 1557 x 0305 x 2400mm 2 Shelves - Fixed (short) 7 Direct Sub-contractor COUNTER TOPS WITH LAMINATED GLASS WD - GA 1st Floor Furniture
E 1790 x 0245 x 2870mm 3 Shelves - Adjustable (back to 4 Direct Sub-contractor TOP, ON STANDARD STAINLESS STEEL and Shopfitting Layout
back) TABLE FRAME - WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL
F 1790 x 0345 x 2870mm 4 Shelves - Adjustable (single) 5 Direct Sub-contractor AND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO Project number PHBMB
I 1900 x 0305 x 2100mm 4 Shelves - Mobile (short) 6 Direct Sub-contractor PERIMETER DOWNSTAND TO SPECIALIST Date 11/04/2016
G 1900 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 Shelves - Mobile 2 Direct Sub-contractor SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO PLAN Drawn by
J 2040 x 0245 x 2845mm 4 Shelves - Adjustable (back to 4 Direct Sub-contractor POSITIONS. INNER FACE OF GLASS TO BE Checked by GF
back) PAINTED TO ARCHITECTS SPEC. Checker
K 2120 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 Shelves - Fixed (long) 5 Direct Sub-contractor A1404
M 2552 x 0305 x 900mm 4 Shelves - High Level (office) 2 Direct Sub-contractor • COFFEE TABLES 900X900mm (400mm AFFL) B
H 2552 x 0305 x 2400mm 3 Shelves - Fixed (office) 2 Direct Sub-contractor TO TYPICALLY CONSIST OF 44mm PLY WOOD Scale @ A1 sheet
Grand total: 48 COUNTER TOPS WITH LAMINATED GLASS 1 : 50
TOP, ON STANDARD STAINLESS STEEL
TABLE FRAME - WITH BUILT IN ELECTRICAL 04/08/2016 13:08:29
AND DATA CONNECTIONS BUILT IN TO
PERIMETER DOWNSTAND TO SPECIALIST
SHOPFITTING DETAIL. REFER TO PLAN
POSITIONS. INNER FACE OF GLASS TO BE
PAINTED TO ARCHITECTS SPEC.

• DESKS (800mm AFFL) TO TYPICALLY
CONSIST OF CORIAN DESK TOPS WITH POST
FORMED CHIPBOARD / LAMINATE
CUPBOARDS AND DRAWERS TO CLIENTS
SELECTION ALL TO SPECIALIST
SHOPFITTING DETAIL.

.
• REMAINING LOOSE FURNITURE - TYPICALLY

CHAIRS - INTERNALLY AND EXTERNALLY TO
CLIENTS SELECTION AND ARCHITECTS
GUIDANCE (NOT PART OF MAIN CONTRACT.

MOBILE SHELVES TO HAVE MAGNETIC
WHITEBOARD TO REAR OF SHELVES.
MOBILE SHELVES TO COASTERS AS
REQUIRED BENEATH FRAME

Shopfitting Legend

1 : 50

2 1 2 2 1 1 ARCHITECTURAL &
A1201 A1204 A1204 A1202 A1202 A1203 PLANNING STUDIO

3375 2730 895 2480 2020 2480 A1301 2020 2480 895 2730 3375 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
888 1558 1000 2480 648 t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
483 580 350 865 865 895 740 1000 740 566 888 566 1 566 888 566 740 1000 740 895 865 1000 865 1253 888 588 e: [email protected]
N-D1 www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
3000 BONDED SCREED - GROUND 1 BONDED SCREED - GROUND
& POLISHED BY SPECIALIST. A1600 & POLISHED BY SPECIALIST. Notes
Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
CARPET LAID ON TOP N-W10 N-W9 N-W6 N-W5 CARPET LAID ON TOP dimensions to be checked on site before
OF SCREED OF SCREED commencement of work.
This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
N-W12 N-W11 563 1078 115 1078 N-W8 N-W7 N-W4 N-W3 A563 other relevant drawings and specifications.
B1125 The design on this drawing is copyright and
18 Store 2 (Books) C remains the property of Architectural & Planning
3145 230 115 4 m² 3145 Studio.
19 D All work to comply with Local Authority
230 2270 230 regulations.
E All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
6 Office 19 A1604 10 Archive
8 m² 8 m² F
A1604 20 G
1 3043 18 A1605 20 Core Library 2583 3043 H
A1201 2583 REMOVABLE 37 m² 3043
2250 I 1 A1300
A1300 2 ACCESS CARPET LAID ON TOP
PANEL OF SCREED c/l
2 398 620
A1200 B 9 A1605 7 2698 2698 13 A1605 11 K
230X230 2015 12
1 COL TO SE 8 115 21 230X460 230X460 L
A1200 CW-40-D1 475 Server COL TO SE COL TO SE CW-42-D2
713 230X460 D2 230X460 230X230 230X460 230X460 230X230 D3 M
2 COL TO SE 7 m² COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE
A1203 N
UP 230X230
COL TO SE O
1 3 13 UP P
8 Q
1060 W-W4 510 230 1078 100 620 2 460 1790 460 A1604 4 460 1745 1790 460 1790 460 1790 460 A1604 - 413 1078 230 510 1000CW-41 1865 A1602
895 230 510CW-401000 A1604 2020 230 1790 230 2020 1790 3375 R
115 1078 230 B 2250
413 1790 1375 BEAMS BONDED SCREED INSTALLED BY
230X230 CONTRACTOR TO SPECIALIST ADVICE
1608 230 2020 230 1078 115 2203 230 2020 230 4270 230 2203 COL TO SE PRECAST CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC.
SCREED LAID TO FALLS W-W1 11250 BEAMS 2250 BEAMS E-W4 IN-SITU CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC.
1200 3625 BEAMS 4500 COLUMNS COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL =
EQ E-W3 CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER
AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.
230X230 25 1000 E-W2 4500 AS ABOVE
COL TO SE 24 A1604 SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE
E-W1 BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC.
150 1300 143 230X230 STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO
6520 MATCH CHAPEL WALLS No. Description Date
2000 1000 COL TO SE 2250
DOOR MATT - 30mm W-D1 2405 2320 2250 CW-E-01 14625HOT DIP GALVANISED STEEL TO SE2 Construction 09/03/2016
RECESS IN SCREED CARPET LAID ON TOP 4005 DETAIL & SPEC - TO I-BEAMS, LOUVRES A
1600 TOP SLAB 0 CARPET LAID ON TOP & BALUSTRADE SUPPORTS Floor box positions 10/03/2016
OF SCREED OF SCREED NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM TO B revised. Internal glazed
Lower LRC 1000 ARCH. DETAIL & SPEC. partition screen omitted.
3250 EDGE 4005 5005 -300 PLY WOOD TIMBER - TO SKIRTINGS, Size and position of Shelf
193 m² 8640 ABOVE CARPET LAID ON TOP HANDRAILS & BOOK SHELF PERIMETERS Type I revised. Table
1200 ALUTHERM INSULATION LAID BY sizes and layout revised.
EQ SCREED LAID TO FALLS W-W2 TOGGLE JOINTS (TJ) CARPET LAID ON OF SCREED 888 230 888 235 898 CONTRACTOR TO MANUFACTURERS SPEC. Data / plug sockets
1800 -600 UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSULATION
OF SCREED BOARD TO SPECIALIST SUPPLY AND integrated into furniture.
INSTALLATION Shopfitting materials
0 230X230 3005 2250 2250 revised.
COL TO SE Wall Legend 50
TOGGLE JOINTS (TJ)
1 : 50
1060 2005 -900 900 Layout changes to Gnd 20/07/2016
Active Learning Space 900 and 1st floors (including
W-W3 1905 revised floor finishes,
62 m² 4500 COLUMNS additional meeting rooms,
removal of eastern fire
15 4255 escape, addition of
window to eastern office,
230X230 620 1000 1005 1000 4000 -1200 1000 1005 1000 620 1800 3030 and associated electrics
COL TO SE 900 etc. Removal of louvres,
2445 LOWER GND. & TERRACE STEPS revisions to wall finishes
468 BONDED SCREED - GROUND to stairs internally and
externally)
& POLISHED BY SPECIALIST. 1820 2250

1125 1125 1133

1450 230 15 230

-

230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 1125
COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE 7 COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE
A1604
230 15 28 A1604 RWP UP A1600 UP CW-S-06 15
483 - RWP HIDDEN WITHIN LOWER GND. & STAIRS 4520
&BOPNODLEISDHSE1CD6RBEYESDP-EGCRIAOLUISNTD. 4980
BRICKWORK NIB CW-S-09-D1 CW-S-11-D1 CONSTRUCTION
230 1125
150 915 150 PH Group of Schools
1363 1600 SCREED LAID TO FALLS 915 1600 -1200
CW-S-10 CW-S-12 Alan Megahey
CW-S-01 CW-S-08 CW-S-07 LRC

3145 RWP CW-S-02 DOOR MATT - 30mm DOOR MATT - 30mm RWP RWP
3375 RECESS IN SCREED RECESS IN SCREED RWP HIDDEN WITHIN RWP HIDDEN WITHIN
RWP HIDDEN WITHIN 3395
BRICKWORK NIB 3855 2135 6750 2135 BRICKWORK NIB BRICKWORK NIB 2128
230 11020 230 230 2250

1125 2250 2500 2250 2250 2250 2250 2250 2250 2250 2500 2250 1125 WD - GA Gnd Floor Plan
25300 Layout
15 15 15 15
1 2 DDD 3 45 67 CL 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 230 230 115 230 Project number PHBMB
Date 11/04/2016
ALL STRUCTURAL & CIVIL ELEMENTS INCLUDING BUT 1 W1 - Gnd Floor FFL 2 B 400x400mm pavers (to clients selection) laid ontop of water proof screed. Drawn by
NOT LIMITED TO FOUNDATIONS, SLABS, RETAINING A1301 Average 60mm to specialists specification with impermo waterproofing Checked by GF
WALLS, FLOORS, STAIRS, BEAMS, PADS, COLUMNS, 1 : 50 additive - all laid to falls to min. 1:80, towards drainage channels to a Checker
JOINTS, PAVING, PARKING & SURFACE WATER minimum of 30mm thickness on Bituminous waterproofing membrane to A1111
DRAINAGE TO STRUCTURAL & CIVIL ENGINEERS specialist contractors installation with min. 170mm up-stand to all vertical B
DETAIL DESIGN & SPECIFICATION WHERE surfaces on 150mm reinforced concrete floor slab Scale @ A1 sheet
APPLICABLE. 1 : 50
ALL MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ELEMENTS (C)urtain (W)all Panel Curtain Wall Number RWP RAIN WATER PIPE - 100(w)Xx100(b)mm 40mm (minimum finished thickness after grinding) ground and polished 04/08/2016 13:08:07
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AIRCON, (bonded) 'K-screed HDPʼ (to ʻFlowcreteʼ specifications - Minimum 30 day
UNDERFLOOR HEATING, FIRE HOSE REELS, HOT AND CW - E - 04 - W2 WH WEEP HOLES - 50(w)x75(h)mm strength 25MPa) with exposed aggregate (integral aggregate) on 125mm 10 100
COLD WATER, LIGHTING, ELECTRICS, DATA, DRAINAGE CHANNEL FORMED IN mesh reinforced concrete floor slab.
TELEPHONE, AUDIOVISUAL AND ASSOCIATED SCREED AND LAID TO MIN. 1:80 FALLS 5mm Carpet tile (installed by specialist) on 35mm screed on mesh
CONDUITING TO MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL TOWARD WEEP HOLES - 50(w)x25(h)mm reinforced concrete slab. Aluminium profile angles fixed to slab to form
ENGINEERS DETAIL & DESIGN WHERE APPLICABLE. permanent shuttering to screed at all level changes. Proprietary carpet
trim to all level changes, threshold strips, wall abutments etc. where
General Notes necessary.

1 : 50 (N)orth / (E)ast / (S)outh / (D)oor / (W)indow Number
(W)est Facade Within Curtain Wall Panel

Curtain Wall Legend Drainage Legend Floor Legend

1 : 50 1 : 50 1 : 50

600X1200mm TILES 600X1200mm TILES FLEXIBLE RIBBON LIGHT MOUNTED ARCHITECTURAL &
= 8.0M2 = 8.0M2 TO U/S STEPS PLANNING STUDIO
FLEXIBLE RIBBON LIGHT MOUNTED
EQ EQ 600 230(W)x450(D) RC BEAM EQ EQ EQ EQ 600X1200mm 600 EQ EQ VERTICALLY 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
SOP TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC SOP TILES = 34.0M2 SOP TILT DOWN LIGHT RECESSED t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
MS11D-09HRDN1 WITHIN CEILING e: [email protected]
2.3KW EQ 230X460 WEATHERPROOF BULKHEAD LIGHT www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
SOP COL TO SE 300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM MOUNTED TO U/S ROOF STRUCTURE
PENDANT LIGHT TO STAIRS Notes
230X460 230X460 EQ 230X460 230X460 230X230 230X460 TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC 230X230 Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM COL TO SE COL TO SE 230X230 COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE PENDANT LIGHT TO AMPITHEATRE dimensions to be checked on site before
TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC COL TO SE commencement of work.
FLOOD LIGHT MOUNTED TO WALL This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
230X230 1200 2255 BEAM STOPS 300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SSEODPETAIL AND SPEC 1200 2259 BEAM END STOPS 1200 BULKHEAD LIGHT MOUNTED TO WALL other relevant drawings and specifications.
COL TO SE 300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC ACOUSTIC CEILING WEATHERPROOF BULKHEAD LIGHT The design on this drawing is copyright and
PANELS ON DROP IN GRID MOUNTED TO WALL / CEILING remains the property of Architectural & Planning
230(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC M1C0D.5-K36WHRDN1-R 600X1200mm M1C0D.5-K36WHRDN1-R B EXIT EMERGENCY EXIT LIGHT Studio.
TILES = 37.4M2 GROUND RECESSED All work to comply with Local Authority
WATERPROOF SPOT LIGHT regulations.
ACOUSTIC CEILING All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
PANELS ON DROP IN GRID AUDIO SPEAKERS RECESSED
WITHIIN CEILING
300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC 5393 300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC 5393 300(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC (SW) SUB-WOOFER SPEAKER
MOUNTED TO WALL
MCD-36HRDN1-R M1C0D.5-K36WHRDN1-R 230X230 (SP) 3 WAY SPEAKER MOUNTED TO
10.5KW 600X1200mm TILES COL TO SE WALL
AV SYSTEM TOUCH CONTROL
16885 600X1200mm TILES = 1ST FLOOR CEILING ABOVE = 28.6M2 600X1200mm TILES PANLE MOUNTED TO WALL
28.6M2 VOID SOP = 24.8M2 LED SMART TV SCREEN
1200 SOP SOP FLOOR POP UP BOX RECESSED
SOP SOP WITHIN SLAB - POWER, DATA, HDMI,
EQ VGA & MICROPHONE
600 EQ EQ EQ EQ EQ 600 WIRELESS MICROPONE (3 NO.) No. Description Date
COLUMN ABOVE DSTV SATELLITE DISH
3147 3147 MCD-36HRDN1-R 1 Prelim Tender 17/12/2015
10.5KW AV / COMMS CABINET - AUDIO 2
600X1200mm TILES = M1C0D.5-K36WHRDN1-R VISUAL HEADEND A Construction 09/03/2016
19.1M2 DATA CABINET - SWITCH BOARD
B Ceiling grid, specification 27/05/2016
DATA OUTLET and M&E co-ordination
revised.
TELEPHONE / VOICE OUTLET
SW 230X230 DB - ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION Layout changes to Gnd 20/07/2016
SP COL TO SE BOARD and 1st floors (including
FLOOR POP UP BOX RECESSED revised floor finishes,
SP WITHIN SLAB - POWER & DATA additional meeting rooms,
SW HIGH LEVEL POWER / DATA POINTS removal of eastern fire
460(W)x600(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC FOR WAP / TV / PROJECTORS escape, addition of
HIGH LEVEL POWER / DATA window to eastern office,
230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 SOP230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 230X460 POINTS FOR PROJECTORS and associated electrics
COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE COL TO SE SQUARE (13AMP) DOUBLE etc. Removal of louvres,
SWITCHED SOCKETS - EXTERNAL revisions to wall finishes
600X1200mm TILES = 30.6M2 SQUARE (13AMP) DOUBLE to stairs internally and
SWITCHED SOCKETS - INTERNAL externally)
ROUND (15AMP) SWITCHED SOCKET
RWP RWP CONCEALED GUTTER - 150()X200(W)mm RWP RWP
CHROMADECK ROOF ON STEEL PURLINS ON CASTILATED STEEL I - BEAM WEATHER PROOF ISOLATOR
SWITCH FOR A.C.
5 deg PITCH FIRE ALARM - ELECTRONIC SOUNDER
AREA =29.2m2
FIRE ALARM - ADDRESSABLE
26795 BREAK GLASS UNIT
FIRE ALARM - ADDRESSABLE
CONTROL PANEL CONSTRUCTION
SMOKE DETECTORS RECESSESED
1 D1 - Gnd Floor FFL - M&E B WITHIN CEILING PH Group of Schools
FIRE HOSE REELS
1 : 50 CINEPLEX (ISOVER, SAINT GOBAIN) 600X1200mm ACCOUSTIC Alan Megahey
CEILING TILES LAID ONTO A DONN QRC T38 (25mm WIDE) LAY IN FIRE EXTINGUISHER CANISTER - DRY LRC
GRID SYSTEM - WHITE TILES ON WHITE SUSPENDED GRID. POWDER
UNDERSIDE OF CONCRETE SLAB - PAINT COLOUR WHITE. FIRE EXTINGUISHER CANISTER -
WATER
PLASTERED AND PAINTED CEILING BOARD - PAINT COLOUR WHITE. LIGHTNING PROTECTION - EARTH WD - GA Gnd Floor
CABLE Reflected Ceiling Plan M&E
UNDERSIDE OF BEAMS - PAINT COLOUR WHITE. AIRCONDITIONING - INDOOR UNIT
Layout
AIRCONDITIONING - OUTDOOR UNIT
UNDERSIDE OF ALUBUBBLE INSULATION - COLOUR WHITE Project number PHBMB
SECURITY - ELECTRONIC ANTI THEFT Date 11/04/2016
VETICAL BULKHEAD UPSTAND - PLASTERED AND PAINTED TAGGING AND LABELLING DEVICE Drawn by
CEILING BOARD - PAINT COLOUR WHITE SECURITY - ELECTRONIC ANTI THEFT Checked by GF
RF TAG SENSOR AND ALARM Checker

NOTE: PERIMETER TRIM TO CONSIST OF WHITE ALUMINIUM ANGLES. STEPPED M&E Legend 04/08/2016 14:14:30
ANGLES TO FORM 25mm SHADOW GAP JUNCTIONS WITH ALL VERTICAL
ABUTMENTS. STANDARD ANGLES TO BULKHEAD EDGES WHERE 1 : 50 A1131 B
APPLICABLE.
ALL STRUCTURAL & CIVIL ELEMENTS INCLUDING BUT
Reflected Ceiling Legend NOT LIMITED TO FOUNDATIONS, SLABS, RETAINING Scale @ A1 sheet 1 : 50
WALLS, FLOORS, STAIRS, BEAMS, PADS, COLUMNS,
1 : 50 JOINTS, PAVING, PARKING & SURFACE WATER
DRAINAGE TO STRUCTURAL & CIVIL ENGINEERS
DETAIL DESIGN & SPECIFICATION WHERE
APPLICABLE.
ALL MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL ELEMENTS
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO AIRCON,
UNDERFLOOR HEATING, FIRE HOSE REELS, HOT AND
COLD WATER, LIGHTING, ELECTRICS, DATA,
TELEPHONE, AUDIOVISUAL AND ASSOCIATED
CONDUITING TO MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL
ENGINEERS DETAIL & DESIGN WHERE APPLICABLE.

General Notes

1 : 50

21

MAIN FEATURE

The centre is designed on two levels to accommodate different
needs for both individuals and groups. The ground floor is mostly
made up of public spaces with an emphasis on collaborative and
interactive endeavours. There’s the reception desk, shelving for
books – in particular Alan Megahey’s archival collection – desks
with computers and laptops and formal seating, as well as a sort of
internal amphitheatre facing the large screen, used for presentations,
functions and as a kind of lecture hall. The internal stepped or raked
space has beanbags for informal comfortable seating.
The ground floor has a double-volume space extending from the south
wall (made up mostly of huge glazed panels) towards the centre so
it feels extra light, bright and airy, and the top floor balcony creates a
gallery providing standing room so that more students and guests can
overlook presentations.

22 structure & design | ISSUE 8

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DOORS, SUSPENDED CEILINGS AND SPECIAL JOINERY,

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25

MAIN FEATURE
26 structure & design | ISSUE 8

Carpet tiles for the Peterhouse
Megahey Resource Centre
Proudly Supplied and Fitted by:

Official agents of

32 South Avenue, Tel: 704631 or 703009 | George Silundika Ave, Tel: 700063 or 761802 | Westgate, Tel: 332243/4 | Sam Levy’s Village, Tel: 885712

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MAIN FEATURE

Complete CCTV system proudly installed CADLINE
at the new

Alan Megahey Centre, Peterhouse School

Actual Image from Camera installed at the Media Centre • Sharp High Resolution Images The first floor of the building is
• 27 / 7 Recording assigned to more private spaces
• Off site viewing and playback and is typically quieter and more
• View Cameras on Smart Phones secluded for serious solo studying,
• Solid Reliable Proformance with access to a terrace overlooking
the courtyard. There are even two
‘pod’ rooms upstairs which can be
used for tutorials, presentations or
small discussion groups. The two pod
rooms were initially planned to be
open balconies or verandahs but as
the design developed it was decided
to enclose the rooms to add an extra
dimension to the study facilities.

There are also smaller offices for
administration, storage and a career
guidance office.

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B D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling ARCHITECTURAL &
3150 3150 PLANNING STUDIO
3150 3150
Window G.2 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe
1728 825 C 2800 t: +263 4 776008 / 746448
e: [email protected]
825 1985 305 Window G.1 www.architecturalplanningstudio.com
2200
1385 600 2200 Notes
6 463 438 Use figured dimensions only. All levels and
2553 1128 2552 1500 900 dimensions to be checked on site before
9 A1605 7 750 commencement of work.
8 D This drawing is to be read in conjunction with all
other relevant drawings and specifications.
600 The design on this drawing is copyright and
remains the property of Architectural & Planning
E Studio.
All work to comply with Local Authority
Callout of W1 - Gnd Floor FFL - S&F Office D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL DD11.-1G- nEdxtF. lGoororuFnFdL regulations.
0 0 0 0 EGL All discrepancies to be referred to the Architect.
1 : 25
1 SF - Office - Elevation 1 - a SF - Office - Elevation 1 - b 8 -170 SF - Office - Elevation 1 - d

6 1 : 25 12 13 7 1 : 25 13 SF - Office - Elevation 1 - c 9 1 : 25 B
EDC
2 DDD 3 BC D E 1 : 25
12

D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling
3150 3150 3150 3150

B Window G.2
2800
C B
Window G.1
2200

10 D
13 A1605 11

12

E D1 - Gnd Floor FFL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL DD11.1- G- nEdxtF. lGoororuFnFdL D1 - Gnd Floor FFL
0 0 0 EGL 0
-170
3 Callout of W1 - Gnd Floor FFL - S&F Archive 10 SF - Archive - Elevation 1 - a 11 SF - Archive - Elevation 1 - b SF - Archive - Elevation 1 - c 13 SF - Archive - Elevation 1 - d
1 : 25 12
1 : 25 12 13 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25
E D CB
BC D E 13 12

12 13

305 1985 1727 825 825 B Top of Parapet D3 - Roof D3 - Roof No. Description Date
600 2552 6400 7200 7200
1385 Top of Parapet 463 438
14 C 6400 Window 1.3 2400 Top of Parapet Top of Parapet
6000 6400 6400
17 A1605 15 Window 1.3 Window 1.3 Window 1.3
2552 16 6000 6000 6000
Window 1.1 Window 1.1
D 5700 5700

1128

600

E 745 CONSTRUCTION

4 Callout of W2 - 1st Floor FFL - S&F Careers Office D2 - 1st Floor FFL D2 - 1st Floor FFL D2 - 1st Floor FFL D2 - 1st Floor FFL PH Group of Schools
3600 3600 3600 3600
1 : 25

12 13 14 SF - Careers - Elevation 1 - a 15 SF - Careers - Elevation 1 - b 16 SF - Careers - Elevation 1 - c 17 SF - Careers - Elevation 1 - d
E
1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25 1 : 25
5 BC D E 5
D CB

B D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling D1 - Ceiling 15 15 15 15 BONDED SCREED INSTALLED BY Alan Megahey LRC
C 3150 3150 3150 3150 230 115 230 CONTRACTOR TO SPECIALIST ADVICE

AUDIO SERVER 600 600 50 600 50 600 50 D 340 980 IN-SITU CONCRETE TO SE DETAIL & SPEC.
COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL =
230(W)x450(D) RC BEAM TO SE DETAIL AND SPEC 600 1065 CEMENT RENDER. INTERNAL = PLASTER
AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.
DATA SERVER 19 230 AS ABOVE WD - (A0) Details
SPARE SERVER 18 A1605 20 SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE Shopfitting - Offices
100 450 CONCRETE BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC.
21 SUPPORTING 1200 900 STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO
MATCH CHAPEL WALLS
BEAM
HOT DIP GALVANISED STEEL TO SE
FUTURE DATA AUDIO DETAIL & SPEC - TO I-BEAMS, LOUVRES Project number PHBMB
SERVER SERVER SERVER & BALUSTRADE SUPPORTS Date 11/04/2016
NATURAL ANODISED ALUMINIUM TO
BOX BOX ARCH. DETAIL & SPEC.
CORAIN - TO COUNTER TOPS, DESKS &
REMOVABLE 372 1500 1600 SHELVES - TO SPEC. SUBCONTRACTOR Drawn by GF
ACCESS PLY WOOD TIMBER - TO SKIRTINGS, Checked by Checker
60 HANDRAILS & BOOK SHELF PERIMETERS
398 PANEL620 ALUTHERM INSULATION LAID BY
CONTRACTOR TO MANUFACTURERS SPEC.
115 123 600 50 600 50 600 50 10 100 UNDERFLOOR HEATING INSULATION A1605 B 04/08/2016 13:56:22
BOARD TO SPECIALIST SUPPLY AND
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The interior design of the LRC makes use of a
fairly simple palette of materials - unplastered
brick, concrete, exposed steel roof beams
and large expanses of glazing, particularly on
the south wall and also forming a banister
around the first floor gallery.

The Architects, Geoff Fox and Graham
Cochrane from Architectural and Planning
Studio, have used bright colours extensively
in the design - partly to be visually stimulating
and exciting and also to informally demarcate
the different learning zones. The colours
were carefully selected to enhance and
draw focus to key elements. Whilst the
external colours respectfully pay reference
to the adjacent buildings, the bright palette
chosen for the internal spaces is intended to
de-institutionalise the learning environment
and provide young minds a vibrant and
inspiring space to explore mixed media. The
book collections were highlighted with plum
purple and apple green accent colours and
further accentuated with hidden LED feature
lighting to draw attention to the new and
old book collection. The structural steel was
painted sky blue and concrete load bearing
columns, beams and terraces painted citrus
orange to emphasise and bring focus to the
architectonic elements.

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MAIN FEATURE

The north side of the ground floor opens up to the existing outside completely impractical and seldom used. The building also functions
amphitheatre which is an ideal space for open air theatrical to square off the Great Court creating a kind of quadrangle, bound
productions. There was an existing bunker room adjacent to the by science classrooms on one side, the chapel on the opposite side,
amphitheatre intended as a backstage changing room but it was and the administration block at the top end.

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Architectural & Planning Studio - 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe - +263 (0)4 776008 [email protected]
Marondera, Zimbabwe

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PH Group of Schools
Architectural & Planning Studio - 18 Mon Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe - +263 (0)4 776008 [email protected]
Marondera, Zimbabwe

When first introduced to the plans concurrently, splitting the microphones
for the Peterhouse Megahey between zones, or extending a selected
Centre we were very excited. From microphone’s audio throughout any or all of
previous Conference Centre installations the seven audio zones.
we had a pretty good idea of what In order to make this system easy to
equipment would form the backbone, but manage and control we employed an
with the addition of new technologies and automation controller. This is a small
updated equipment we had the chance to robust purpose built computer processor
install a system that surpasses any other that connects to every audio and video
presentation system we’ve seen or heard of device within the system. The automation
in the country. system we use allows us to, in the
The challenge with any large scale audio Megahey Centre’s case, design a webpage
video system is making it easy to use. In the that runs on the librarians PC - and allows
past functionality would be sacrificed for the librarian to control each input, output
simplicity but that’s not the case any more. and source. This control page can also run
The Megahey Centre is split into 7 different on smartphones and tablets, which is how
audio zones out of which three zones have many of our clients with our multi-room
televisions installed for presentations. audio video systems installed into their
Presentations can be wirelessly sent to homes choose to operate their systems.
any or all of the television screens, from Designing the page ourselves means
computers, tablets or smartphones (via we can eliminate pages of unnecessary
WiFi), allowing for a tidier cable free buttons for features or inputs that are
environment, without any fuss over cable irrelevant and boil the control page down to
compatibility, damage and loss. the basic essentials. A system that would
Audio and music sources can be played otherwise require a manual and hours of
throughout selected zones, wirelessly training to use can now be controlled by
streamed from personal devices or from anyone who has the control page on the PC
hard wired sources from within the rack. pointed out to them.
Microphones are available to be used
for larger presentations with the system
capable of running separate presentations

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ALL SURFACES TO BE PREPARED IN ACCORDANCE
WITH WATERPROOFING MANUFACTURERS
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ALL DRAWINGS TO BE CHECKED BY WD - GA Section Layouts
WATERPROOFING SPECIALST INSTALLER PRIOR
TO APPLICATION.

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ALL DRAWINGS TO BE CHECKED BY -170 PLY WOOD TIMBER - TO SKIRTINGS,
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ANY WATERPROOFING FAILURES DUE TO POOR SCHEDULES
WORKMANSHIP, SUPERVISION, SITE CONDITIONS COMMON BRICK WALL - EXTERNAL =
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DETAILS. AND SKIM. PAINT AS PER ARCH. SPEC.
AFTER COMPLETION ALL NECESSARY SPLIT FACED CONCRETE FACE
WARRANTIES AND GUARANTEES ARE TO BE BRICK TO ARCH. SPEC.
PROVIDED BY THE MAIN CONTRACTOR IN STONE WALL GRANITE - FINISH TO
COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONTRACT. MATCH CHAPEL WALLS
ROOF CHROMADECK METAL SHEET -
Waterproofing Notes COLOUR DOVE GREY
A PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE ON TOP
1 : 50 OF MASONRY WALLS - 310(w)x72(h)45(nose)
B PRECAST CONCRETE COPING STONE
BENEATH GLAZING AT WALL PLATE HEIGHT Floor box positions 10/03/2016
C PRECAST CONCRETE CILLS BENEATH revised. Internal glazed
ALL WINDOWS - 155(w)x75(h)45(nose) partition screen omitted.
Size and position of Shelf
Type I revised. Table
sizes and layout revised.
W - Section 7 Wall Legend 50. Data / plug sockets
1 integrated into furniture.
1 : 50 1 : 50 Shopfitting materials

1 2 DDD 3 4 5 6 7 CL 8 11 12 13 14 revised.
1 1
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and 1st floors (including
A1201 A1204 A1204 A1202 revised floor finishes,
additional meeting rooms,
B B removal of eastern fire
Top of Parapet escape, addition of
Window6410.30 window to eastern office,
Window6010.10 and associated electrics
5700 etc. Removal of louvres,
revisions to wall finishes
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MAIN FEATURE

Part of the brief to the architect from the dichotomy admirably – the new building Work on the site began in early 2016 with
Peterhouse Steering Group, (Headed by echoes the existing buildings facing onto the main contractors Rio Douro Construction and
Rector Mr. Howard Blackett, with notable Great Court in its use of granite cladding and was completed on target towards the end of
direction from Board Member Mr. Chris a somewhat restrained facade made up of the same year, overseen by the consultant
Paterson) reads, “The new building should alternating granite, painted and plastered team of architects (APS), Quantity Surveyor
be an appropriate 21st Century design and brick work, and open balconies. (Matt Dove Associates), Structural and Civil
respectful of its position as the bridging Engineers (Dickie and Kunaka), Mechanical
building which completes the Great Court. The south facade is altogether more and Electrical Engineers (ASMEC) as well as
The Fieldsend Hall, the Science Block, and contemporary as it doesn’t need to relate to Mr. Jason Driscoll, the Projects Manager for
the Gibbs Court, all marked considerable other existing buildings. Large glazed windows the Peterhouse Group of Schools, who has an
Architectural advancements on the original provide a view towards the Wedza mountains intimate insight into the history of the school
1950s school as built: the Megahey Centre and allow for gentle light to permeate the and the related infrastructure.
should represent a further advance.” open plan interior. There’s also an outside
These aspects of the brief needed serious paved area to allow guests for functions to The result is an exemplary and
consideration. The new building needed to spill outside and to tie the building into the groundbreaking learning centre that will
be both modern and progressive while still landscape. On the west side blinds help to change the way that students will be
blending in seamlessly with the existing older control the afternoon sun flooding into the pod educated in the future.
structures. Fox has achieved this difficult rooms which overlook the old library.

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SS SECTION Alan Megahey LRC
PH Group of Schools
on Repos, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe - +263 (0)4 776008 [email protected]
Marondera, Zimbabwe

ALAN MEGAHEY LEARNING RESOURCE
CENTRE PROJECT SUPPLIERS

Project Managers - Peterhouse: Jason Driscoll
(Peterhouse School, Facilities Manager).
Architects - Architectural and Planning Studio
Structural & Civil Engineers - Dickie and Kunaka
Electrical & Mechanical Engineers - ASMEC
Main Contractor - Rio Douro Construction
Quantity Surveyor - Matt Dove Associates
Electrical Subcontractor - L Electron
Mechanical Subcontractor - Thermacool
Aluminum and Glass - Gryfox (T/A Trellidor)
Shopfitting - Woodfactory
Interior Designs - MAIA Design Studio
Steel Structure - Neeves Ironcraft (Stair handrails)
Ceilings & Bulkheads - Macwood
Security systems & CCTV - Cadline
Signage - Copper Wares,
Staircases and Balustrades - Neeves Ironcraft
Mcwood (Atrium Glass Balustrade)
Office furniture - Only Italian
Other furniture - Client Sourced
Specialist Audio Visual - Cold Fusion

Purpose designed ECD Centre

AT ST JOHN’S PREPARATORY SCHOOL

Text by Michael Nott | Drawings and plans and some photos by Stone Beattie Studio | Additional photos by Kate Cameron Photography

ZIMBABWE has recently passed legislation which requires
all junior schools to offer (at least) two years of Early
Childhood Development (ECD) classes for children
from 3 to 5 years of age before they first attend primary school.
Ostensibly this is to prepare children culturally, emotionally,
intellectually and physically for their onward educational journey
through Grade 1 to Grade 7 and then on to senior school. The
policy is also intended to help teachers and caregivers identify
early on any problems which children may encounter – dyslexia,
attention deficit disorders, anti-social tendencies and so forth.

In line with the official government policy ECD schools have been
springing up across most of the suburbs of Harare and other city
centres. Often these ECDs are simply set up in partially converted
residential properties which were not originally designed to
accommodate a large number of small children. They are also
frequently more like crèches where working parents can drop off
their children during the day – day care centres that focus only on
the children’s physical needs and neglect their educational skills
or their social or emotional development.

St John’s ECD Centre has a specifically designed building as
well as a tailor-made curriculum to prepare the boys for the St
John’s Prep School and later for the St John’s College which are
leading educational facilities in the country. There are currently
3 – soon to be 4 – classes for children from ages of around
three and a half years old up to around five and a half years old.
While the emphasis is on having fun and nurturing creativity
and independence in the boys, there’s also some more serious
learning taking place at the same time. Each week’s programme is
carefully based around a specific theme – for example one week
was dedicated to ‘mini beasts’ and in particular to bees. Children
learn the features of bees; that they are flying insects that live in
hives and help to pollinate our food crops. They learn counting
skills by counting the bees’ six legs; they learn about

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patterns and colours by looking at the black
and yellow stripes on the insects; they
learn new vocabulary – the bees’ wings are
‘transparent’; they learn what is referred
to ‘knowledge and understanding of the
world’, or in other words ‘science’, when
they examine the bees’ honeycombs, and
the theme can be endlessly developed into
interactive games and other imaginative
activities.

Painting is encouraged to nurture creativity
as well as spatial and colour awareness and
to help develop fine motor skills. But even
the fun painting process is educational – the
boys learn to clean up their paints and paper
and put their brushes and paints away when
they’ve finished, fostering their independence
as well as a sense of responsibility.

The ECD building is carefully designed to
enhance and accommodate this kind of
teaching and learning. Each classroom has a
dedicated painting area with large worktops
at a convenient height for the little ones to
use. There’s also a sink and a tap for washing
up both themselves and their brushes and
tools and there’s built in shelving underneath
for storing the related paraphernalia. Each
classroom also has a wall of desk/work space
with separate sections relating to things like
literacy or numeracy and storage above.
There are two rows of windows across this
wall – one at an unusual low height so that
the children can see outside when they’re
working, and another row of higher windows
above the shelving for air circulation.

Tables and chairs are set up in the central
part of the room so children can work in
small shared groups. They also have a wall of
aluminium sliding doors opening up to the ex-
terior of the building as well as sliding doors
opening onto the central courtyard, so there’s
a good indoor/outdoor flow. They also each
have whiteboards for drawing and writing,
projectors for multimedia presentations and
shelving for storing books and comics and
related materials.

Every classroom has an attached bathroom
for the boys with the tiniest toilets, urinals
and wash hand basins on a Lilliputian scale.
(Boys are encouraged to use the bathrooms
unaided – although supervised – to promote
their sense of independence.) And each
classroom has locker space for the children’s
backpacks and personal items.

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The central courtyard is decked out in courtyard.Outside there are scented plants caring for animals. The classrooms also have
astro-turf so it’s low maintenance (and less like lavender and pelargonium to inspire small ongoing learning projects that include
dirt) and can be used all year round. It’s the children’s interest in plants, a small growing silkworms, keeping fish and caring for
surrounded by extra wide verandahs so the vege garden where children can learn about hamsters. And in addition there’s an outside
children can use the outdoor space whether growing food and where our food comes from, sandpit for the children to play in and jungle
it’s too sunny or too wet for comfort. And in by planting and nurturing and harvesting. gyms or playground equipment purposely
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The ECD Centre was originally an older house which was

a component of staff housing for the group of schools

but seemed ideally situated to be re-configured and re-

purposed. It was a solidly built three bedroomed house of

brick under tiles but set within a rather overgrown garden

with a swimming pool. The pool was filled in, mostly for

the safety of the children, and the garden needed to be

cleared and cleaned up. Just clearing the garden and

preparing the site took around six weeks.

The project was designed by Stone Beattie Studio – a

well renowned local listed architectural studio run

and managed by husband and wife team Penny Stone

and Richard Beattie. Together with Mike Mackenzie,
MAIN FEATURE
Headmaster of the PTrOeRpAaGrEaMtoArRyTSicshloocoal taenddinJtahneinneewDPaovmieosn, a Industrial Park on the corner of Harare Drive and Alpes Road in Vainona. It’s a

the Head of the ECDcoCnecnetprteththaet’ys cnoenwdtuocZtiemdbeabxtweenasnivdeit embodies the first, and so far the only, state of the art, high security, storage facility in
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substantial cash investment by three local entrepreneurs.

inspirationStaosrawgeemll aarst thoassetehrweehasttowraogueldopwtioornks:fothr ethreeanreew96 outside storage units, 25 high security vaults, and in addition 400 safety deposit
project, anlodckwehras twpililtfsaololsn tboeaovpoeidra.tional. Each option is suited to different security needs.

Basically the existing structure became the reception
area, the kitchen, a clinic/medical aid room, offices
and staff rooms. (One section of the old house will
become the fourth classroom in the near future.) The
three classrooms forming the internal courtyard were
constructed as new builds.

Clearing the site began in April 2016 and the entire build took

from June to December of the same year, with the new ECD

Centre open to pupils in January this year. The fourth classroom

will open at the beginning of 2018 to accommodate the increased

demand for places within the ECD Centre. The school will then

have two Grade 00 classes and two Grade 0 classes. Each class

has a dedicated teacher as well as a teaching assistant and a

The outside units are available in two sizes – 3 x 6 metres and 3 x wenhoiluenag. hTnuhyrtoestyeis’mrtieoseraeatlsvoaoacdiialdeareaboallrlewfaofitrrbhoosmmathtatoiflhlsyebeouujmsu’irnneineioposlrsarsnodcnpahienyorgatoottloodfrosbaerlyikaabelwlupatmlhyuefpmosrcbhaeairnlsddresncraatpes.
8 metres. If you’re down-sizing these are great for storing personal or lanIndsacadpdeitgioanrdtehneerEsCtoDsCtoernetmreathearisalas atenadcthooelrs wsaitfhelyp.aTehediatric first

possessions like furniture and other household goods. Storagemart hdSraeivrvaeenwatrhdoaidaelyle,scnwraeeshrrhceitcueiwhftsitciasedarraeetdrieoyoonnfoaotrmuhasgensehdphnetiigoacthiiaeareolsllslooy.twmssTueehpctaehupsralyciiettlaydaicsrscbaseayteisnSdssgoe.fauodtrrhiecvAeamfhtreiaiccddlaeenss.ifuciTrkpmheboyaf y15wittoh all
even have a delivery truck so they can collect goods from clients’ 18
homes, offering convenience and safe transport. The units are
completely waterproof and safe from rodent damage. They are large children in each Grade 00 class and 21 in each Grade 0 class so

Kalamain Construction set off the project with fortress foundation basics tfhroemcPhioldmreonnareQuasasrurireesd, orefininfodricveidmueanlt astteteenl tfiroonm. BSI
Steel and cemented the concrete with PPC.

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