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MIA CHAO

NTERIOR DESIGNER


YUCHING CHAO Phone/ 415.619.7710 E-mail: yching.chao@gmail.com ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 79 New Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA, 94105 DIRECTOR / Archana Myer INSTRUCTOR / Valkuchak, Kathleen COURSE / Interior Design Studio SOFTWARE / Adobe Creative Cloud PHOTOGRAPHY / Pinterest


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Plan & Analysis

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Building Analysis

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Project Program

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Concept Design

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Space Planning

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Ceiling Plans

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Interior Renderings

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Interior Elevations

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Materials Board

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FA L L 2017

INSTRUCTOR / Valkuchak, Kathleen IAD 613 / Interior Design Studio

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SITE ANALYSIS & NEIGHBORHOOD

The courtyard and rooftop can get enough sunlight during the morning. The west-facing window receives strong sunlight in the late afternoon and early evening with a light of a rich gold-orange hue. Acoustical Properties The building planned near to Broadway St, which is high traffic prone, would cause noise issue. Vehicular circulation The sidewalks along Broadway St allowing people to access the building

View from entrance door / Broadway Street

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SUBJECT PROPERTY 1540 BROADWAY, OAKLAND, CA

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Neighborhood Analysis

Households

Languages

2.6 Persons per household

41.8% Persons with language other than English spoken at home

Race

Income $38,198 Per capita income

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1540 Broadway, Oakland , CA 94612

Hotel & Inn

Eat & Drink

School

The total population in Oakland is 420,005.

Median age is 36.5.

The neighborhoods around Oakland downtown have grown.

The residential building demand has increased.

The difference of races bring diverse cultures and art.

Many art galleries and museum are located in Oakland that forms a distinguishing feature to the Bay Area.

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BUILDING ANALYSIS

First Floor Plan: Existing NTS

Second Floor Plan: Existing NTS

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Rooftop Floor Plan: Existing NTS

Color Legend

Special design opportunities/ The building has clearly exit passageway connects the stairway of

Building Entrances and Exits

each floor. There is a courtyard in the building. Adopting the glass as a

Vertical Circulation

building material in the courtyard would make it possible to construct

Structural Walls/Columns

glazed building, and place some plant panels which allow occupants to appreciate the view fully and reflect the natural lights to lower level.

Non-structural Walls Vertical Shaft Mechanical Shaft Passive Court Ventilation Shaft Trash Chute

Critical Challenge/ Some of the functional spaces require the natural lights in this project. However, this building has 8 stories, for lower level courtyard is hard to reach natural lights from the rooftop sufficiently. Also, there are many structural walls which would disturb the layout within the space. Those issues have to be considered.

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PROJEC T PROGRAM

Functional Requirements & Amenities

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Lobby

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Employees Guests

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H

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Reception desk, cashier, concierge, service desk

Restaurant

M

Guests

M

H

O

X

O

A variety of seating options, salad bar, exhibition cooking

Coctail Lounge

M

Guests

L

H

O

X

O

Dining tables & chairs

Ballroom

M

Guests

L

H

O

O

O

Dining tables & chairs

Banquet Room

M

Guests

M

H

O

O

O

Dining tables & chairs

Meeting Room

H

Guests

H

M

O

O

O

Tables & chairs

Health Club

M

Guests

L

M

O

X

O

Office Suit

H

Employees

H

L

O

O

O

Reception desk, chairs, copy machine, office supplies

Back-of-House

L

Employees

L

L

O

X

O

Lockers, break room supplies

O= Requirement

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X= Not Requirement

H= Hight

M= Medium

Exercise machines & free weights

L= Low


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Clear of circulation, 8 ft clear of queuing space 55 patrons,three meals with full-­table service Connection with the restaurant Food service, storage room, Separate access Food service Shades should be available for presentation Luxury restrooms for men & Women, small sauna room, a share hot tub Reception area, private offices & meeting room, multipourpose room Receiving room, general storage, a laundry, room, staff break room, kitchenette

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Bubble Diagrams

Adjacency Matrix

Lobby Restaurant

Primary Adjacency

Kitchen

Secondary Adjacency

Coctail Lounge

Undesired Adjacency

Ballroom Banquet Room Meeting Room Health Club Executive Office Suite Back-of-House

Occupancy Analysis

Space

Occupancy Type

Load Factor

Sq Ft

MAX. Occupants

Lobby

B

100

1200

12

Kitchen

A-2

30

700

23

Coctail Lounge

A-2

30

460

15

Restaurant

A-2

30

1560

55

Ballroom

A-3

30

950

55

Banquet Room

A-3

30

1850

32

Meeting Room

B

100

500

5

Health Club

B

100

1680

17

Excutive Office Suit

B

100

200

13

Back-of-House

B

100

700

7

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Programming Meetings Achievement •

Natural light requirement

Privacy requirement

Clear circulation

Accommodate future expansion

First Floor

Lobby Kitchen Coctail Lounge Restaurant Health Club Restroom

Second Floor

Meeting Room Executive Office Suite Back-of-House Ballroom Banquet Room Restroom

Rooftop

Bar Area Seating Area Standing Area

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CONCEPT DESIGN

Oakland History Timeline

Native Inhabitants:

Spanish Mission Era effected

Treaty of Guadalupe

Began to

The Ohlone Tribe

on Ohlone culture

Hildago Gold Rush

develop port and harbor

1772

1200 B.C.E.

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1820

1854

1848

1769

1854

Oakland was

Spanish Empire grants

Town of Oakland

claimed for the

Luis Maria Peralta

incorporates as a

Spanish king

44,800 acres of land

City


The Bay Area Rapid

Wartime Boom

Transit system linked Oakland to San 1906

1960s

Francisco

1989

2010

1970s

1940s

Black Power Movement

Loma Prieta

Initiatives in

Earthquake. 150,000

earthquake &

sustainability

people came to

infrastructure damage

& housing

Great San Francisco

Oakland, annexation

development

of more land

Present The City of Oakland is located in the Bay Area of Northern California where is considered a “melting pot� of ethnicities- a region known for multiculturalism. The urban formation and reconstruction have developed for many years in Oakland that creates diverse culture and demographics. Nowadays,Oakland has a varied economy with an important light manufacturing, high technology, and food processing prevail. However, the dominant forces of Oakland economy are business services, health care, and retail industry. Also, Oakland is home to several colleges and universities. 19


Development

The Movement of Water The development and progression of Oakland demonstrate a theme characterized by changing and adapting. According to Oakland history, starting with Ohlone people, and the Spanish Missions Era, and then the Mexican Republic independent from Spanish. Finally, Oakland annexed to the United States. Overall, Oakland history evolution formed the essential components which create its foundation as a city.

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Statement & Mood Board

The concept is the movement of the water. Water is adaptable that can determine the most appropriate function for incorporating flexibility within the floor plan. Such as Oakland learned to adapt to the periodic changes that controlled its function of the region. Being in this space would be like staying in a clean and comfortable space which provides both a tranquil and dynamic environment at the same time. The design principle is rhythm which is inspired by the shape of the water. The flowing water is flexible that will be adaptive for the floor plan layout like the water flows into each space. Also, the transparent elements, water and glasses are reflective allowing the natural light go through inner space.

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Conceptual Sketch

Space Layout Development

Branding Logo & Pattern Development

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SPACE PLANNING

Level 1 Floor Plan

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102

104 101 105

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Level 2 Floor Plan

202

203

201

204

205 204

204

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CEILING PLANS

Level 1 Reflected Ceiling Plan

D3 D2 D3

D4

D3 D4

D3 D3 D3 D4 D1 D1

D1

D4

D4 D4

D4 D4

D4

D4

D4

D1

Legend Volta 4.5" Led Downlight Invisible Trim

D1

Grapes 11-Light Rectangle / Pendant

Led Precision Module Recessed Housing

D2

Surge Linear Suspension / Pendant

Palette Invisiled™ 5 Foot Tape

D3

Melt Mini Pendant Light

Led Recessed Downlight Kit

D4

Tomd-Bep01chul / Pendant

Track Light Bo Basic Carbon 4.4 Foot Led Pendant Light Circle Wall 25 Venice M

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Level 2 Reflected Ceiling Plan

Legend Volta 4.5" Led Downlight Invisible Trim

Led Recessed Downlight Kit

Led Precision Module Recessed Housing

Circle Wall 25 Venice M

Palette Invisiled™ 5 Foot Tape

D5

Heracleum II

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INTERIOR RENDERINGS

Lobby

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Coctail Lounge

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Restaurant

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Lobby & Cocktail Lounge

WD 01 Wood Timber Strips

MB 01

Marble

FBP 01 Wall Textile

WD 01 Wood Timber Strips

WD 01 Wood Timber Strips MB 01

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Marble

MB 01

Marble

GL 01

Bio-Glass(Backlighting)

WD 01 Wood Timber Strips


Health Club & Restaurant

MB 02

WD 02 Wood Veneered Panel

PT 02

Gloss Paint

GL 02 Glass Wall

ST 01

WD 03

Stone Tile

Wood Veneered

Marble

MB 02

Marble

WD 02 Wood Veneered Panel

GL 02 Glass Wall

PT 01

Metal Mesh

WP 01 Wall Paper

Ceiling (curved)

Concrete Slab

WD 03 Wood Veneered

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MATERIALS BOARD LOBBY

A

C

D

E

F

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B


Restaurant

A

C

D

B

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Executive Office Suite

A

B

C

E

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D

F


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YUCHING CHAO Phone/ 415.619.7710 E-mail: yching.chao@gmail.com


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