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ARCHITECTURE

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BY CAN FU 2016


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ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

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ARCH 532 Philadelphia Office Building

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PRACTICAL

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V33 Presentation 2016/08 PRESENTATION&PUBLICATION FILE PREPARATION Residential Building, Tibeca, NYC Archi-Tectonics LLC. V33, a new residential building, is located in Tribeca’s landmark district, originally a warehouse area. The choice not to copy a traditional building, but to focus on the quality of the Tribeca Landmarks, was greatly appreciated by the NYC Landmark Committee. We focused on the proportional systems; extreme ceiling heights, tri-partite stone façade sub-divisions, and street façade alignments were some of the qualities and contextual issues looked at. We call it a “A New Pixelated Façade Pattern, A New Life Style.”

PROJECT TYPE / 9-story residential units, 7 units with underground parking, including two triplex townhouses and one duplex penthouse LOCATION/ Tribeca, NYC AREA/ 32,364 SF PROJECT TEAM/ Archi-Tectonics PRINCIPLE/ Winka Dubbeldam PHOTOGRAPHY/ Floto & Warner / Eric van den Brulle

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SITE PLAN & NORTH FACADE

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ELEV. [+121'-3"]

ELEV. [+121'-4"]

BULKHEAD H.P. ROOF ELEV. [+119'-0 1/4"] BULKHEAD L.P. ROOF

ELEV. [+112'-0"]

ELEV. [+106'-8"]

ELEV. [+99'-2"]

ELEV. [+93'-8"]

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ENTRY 179 HUDSON

NORTH FACADE ELEVATION

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31-33 VESTRY

35 VESTRY


C

B

A

ELEV. [+121'-3"]

ELEV. [+120'-8"]

BULKHEAD H.P. ROOF ELEV. [+116'-7"] T.O. PARAPET

ELEV. [+111'-2"]

11'-2"

ROOF T.O. PAVERS

ELEV. [+100'-0"]

10'-11"

9TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+89'-1"]

13'-11"

8TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+75'-2"]

12'-0"

7TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+63'-2"] 6TH FLOOR FIN. FL. ADJACENT BUILDING

12'-0"

ADJACENT BUILDING

5TH FL. FIN. FL.

12'-0"

ELEV. [+51'-2"]

4TH FL. FIN. FL.

12'-0"

ELEV. [+39'-2"]

ELEV. [+27'-2"]

13'-11"

3RD FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+13'-3"]

13'-3"

2ND FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+0'-0"] FLOOR 1 FIN. FL. 35 VESTRY

31-33 VESTRY

179 HUDSON

SOUTH FACADE ELEVATION

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PROPERTY LINE

30' SETBACK LINE

SKY

EXP

PROPERTY LINE

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ELEV. [+116'-7"] T.O. PARAPET

ELEV. [+111'-2"] ROOF T.O. PAVERS

ELEV. [+100'-0"] 9TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

9TH

ELEV. [+89'-1"] 8TH FLOOR FIN. FL. 8TH

ELEV. [+75'-2"] 7TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

7TH

ELEV. [+63'-2"] 6TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

6TH

5TH FL. FIN. FL.

5TH

ELEV. [+51'-2"]

4TH 4TH FL. FIN. FL. ELEV. [+39'-2"]

3RD ELEV. [+27'-2"] 3RD FLOOR FIN. FL.

2ND ELEV. [+13'-3"] 2ND FLOOR FIN. FL.

1ST ELEV. [+0'-0"]

ELEV. [+0'-0"]

FLOOR 1 FIN. FL.

FLOOR 1 FIN. FL. ELEV. [-4'-0"] AC ROOM ELEV. [-5'-0"] B.O. ADJACENT BLDG. FOOTING ELEV. [-10'-1"]

CELLAR T.O. SLAB

CELLAR T.O. SLAB

PROPERTY LINE

ELEV. [-10'-1"]

SECTION FACING EAST

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STREET


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SKY

T.O. PARAPET ELEV. [+113'-1"] ROOF T.O. PAVERS

3'-6"XABOVE T.O.PPAVERS

30' SETBACK LINE

PROPERTY LINE

2.7:1

PROPERTY LINE

E LAN

P RE OSU

EXP

ELEV. [+116'-7"]

ELEV. [+111'-2"] ROOF T.O. PAVERS

ELEV. [+100'-0"] 9TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+89'-1"] 8TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+75'-2"] 7TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+63'-2"] 6TH FLOOR FIN. FL.

5TH FL. FIN. FL. ELEV. [+51'-2"]

4TH FL. FIN. FL. ELEV. [+39'-2"]

ELEV. [+27'-2"] 3RD FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+13'-3"] 2ND FLOOR FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+0'-0"] FLOOR 1 FIN. FL.

ELEV. [+0'-0"] FLOOR 1 FIN. FL.

ELEV. [-4'-0"] AC ROOM ELEV. [-5'-0"] B.O. ADJACENT BLDG. FOOTING ELEV. [-10'-1"] CELLAR T.O. SLAB

ELEV. [-7'-3"] SLAB T.O. RAMP ELEV. [-10'-1"] CELLAR T.O. SLAB ELEV. [-13'-7"] B.O. ELEVATOR PIT SLAB

SECTION FACING WEST

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Time Shifing Frames

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The contextual texture of the V33 street facade is developed in a random pattern of translucent stone, stone, glass, and translucent glass. The shift in material will allow the faรงade to constantly change over the course of a day; the translucent stone will glow by day in the interior, while by night it is reversed, thus transforming the faรงade over the course of a day and night.

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6" 1 3/4"

0 1/4"

ALCONY GUARDRAIL @ 9TH FLOOR NORTH FACADE GUARDRAIL

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2"

2 1/2"

5 3/4"

3"

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6"

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ALIGN

ALCONY GUARDRAIL @ 9TH FLOOR NORTH FACADE GUARDRAIL

ONTAL MULLION/OPENABLE VENT NORTH FACADE

ONTAL MULLION/OPENABLE VENT NORTH FACADE

ONTAL MULLION - @ SLIDING DOORS - NORTH FACADE 1 1/2"

7"

Typical Wall Construction Detail

ONTAL MULLION - NORTH FACADE

SECTION

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FIXED CLEAR INSULATED GLASS UNIT OR STONE/GLASS LAMINATED PANEL IN IGU - SEE ELEVATIONS

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TREATED WD. BLOCKING

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STRUCTURALLY GLAZED CORNER

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CL MULLION

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INSULATED CLEAR GLASS

INSULATED CLEAR GLASS - SLOPE 14":1'-0"

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ALUMINUM MULLION

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FIXED INSULATED CLEAR GLASS UNIT

OPERABLE VENT / CLEAR GLASS

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INSULATED CLEAR GLASS

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HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM MULLION

ALUMINUM PRESSURE PLATE - T-SHAPED PROFILE

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LAMINATED CLEAR GLASS

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T-SHAPED MULLION PRESSURE PLATE PROFILE

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FIXED CLEAR INSULATED GLASS UNIT OR STONE/GLASS LAMINATED PANEL IN IGU - SEE ELEVATIONS

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HORIZONTAL MULLION: PRESSURE PLATE: T-SHAPED PROFILE

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ALUMINUM AND GLASS SLIDING DOOR

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ST. STL. FLASHING

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ALUMINUM MULLION

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ALUMINUM MULLION - T-SHAPED PROFILE

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INSULATED FACADE INSERT UNIT W/ STONE SPANDREL PANEL - STONE '1'

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FIXED CLEAR INSULATED GLASS UNIT OR STONE/GLASS LAMINATED PANEL IN IGU - SEE ELEVATIONS

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CONCRETE SLAB (SEE STRUCT. DWGS.)

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HORIZONTAL ALUMINUM MULLION

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FIRE SAFING INSULATION

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SEALANT AND BACKER ROD

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T-SHAPED MULLION PRESSURE PLATE PROFILE

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HORIZONTAL ALUM. MULLION

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CONC. SLAB: SEE STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

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ALUMINUM AND GLASS SLIDING DOOR

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ALUM. AND GLASS SLIDING DOOR

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1" STONE CURB - STONE '1'

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FIXED CLEAR INSULATED GLASS UNIT OR STONE/GLASS LAMINATED PANEL IN IGU - SEE ELEVATIONS

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SEALANT AND BACKER ROD

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TREATED WD. BLOCKING

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FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION: BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL FACE

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ALUM. GLAZING PROFILE

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SEALANT AND BACKER ROD

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ALUM. GLAZING PROFILE

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HANOVER PEDESTAL PAVER - CHARCOAL

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STONE LAMINATED TO ALUM. HONEYCOMB PANEL AT BEDROOM

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ST. STL. COUNTER FLASHING: SLOPE 14" : 1'-9"

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MEMBRANE FLASHING

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STONE LAMINATED TO ALUM. HONEYCOMB PANEL

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HANOVER PEDESTAL PAVERS CHARCOAL

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3" 60 PSI RIGID INSULATION

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STONE TILE IN MORTAR BED: STONE TYPE '5'

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MONOLITHIC ROOF MEMBRANE; CONTINUE OVER CURB

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MONOLITHIC WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

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SS GRILLE

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ALUM. GLAZING PROFILE

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SLOPED CONC. FILL

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WATERPROOF MEMBRANE

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SLOPED CONCRETE FILL

LAMINATED GLASS/STONE IN IGU AT LOBBY

3"

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OPERABLE VENT / CLEAR GLASS

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ALUM. COPING

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4"

4"

ALUMINUM PRESSURE PLATE - T-SHAPED PROFILE

SECTION

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ONTAL MULLION/OPENABLE VENT NORTH FACADE

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ALUMINUM MULLION - T-SHAPED PROFILE

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ONTAL MULLION/OPENABLE VENT NORTH FACADE

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ROOF DRAIN

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COMPRESSIBLE FILLER

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NEW CONC. SIDEWALK

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DRAINAGE MATT

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COMPACTED FILL

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INSULATE CAVITY

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ANODIZED ALUM. COVER PLATE @ BEDROOM (TO COVER FIRE DEPARTMENT CONNECTION) FACE OF VERTICAL MULLION BEYOND CONC. CURB ST. STL. FLASHING RECESSED RADIATOR @ BEDROOM / UNIT T2 ONLY (NOT AT LOBBY/CORRIDOR)

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North Facade

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6TH FL.

STONE

6th Floor Wall Detail Perspective

5th Floor Wall Detail Perspective

INSULATION

1

GLASS

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11 12 5"

2"

1'-0 3/4"

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CONCRETE SLAB 5TH FL.

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METAL FRAME

2 3 4

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8 5th Floor Wall Detail_ Transition to Stone Panel at Floor Slab

5th&6th Floor Wall Section Detail

6th Floor Wall Detail Perspective

5th Floor Wall Detail Perspective

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1

4 5

6

13

11 12 5"

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Concrete Drip + Weep Holes

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B.O. Soffit in Adjacent Bay

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Batt Insulation Concrete Slab: See Struct Drawings Vapor Barrier

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Alum. Closure Match to Mullion

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SS Radiator Grille: Arden Architectural Ele-Gril 38G Floor Assembly: 5/8” Engineered Hardwood Floor, 1/8” Soundmatt, 1/4” Ardex Leveling Compound

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2"

1'-0 3/4"

Section Detail 5th Floor_Transition to Stone Panel at Floor Slab Welded Metal Frame Vertical Curtain Wall Mullion 7/8” Fire-Retradant Plywood. W/Metal Face and Edges Stone Panel W/Alum. Honeycomb Backer Board and Concealed Fasterners: Miter Corner Typ.-Stone ‘1’

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Translucent Stone Panel Facade Construciton Detail

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EMERGENCY EXIT

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EMERGENCY EXIT

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EXTERIOR

31-33 Vestry Street

OVERALL EXTERIOR

Floor Plan Level Roof

GRID

1. Swimming Pool 2. Open Roof Terrace 3. Powder Room 4. Skylight

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OVERALL EXTERIOR EXTERIOR

OVERALL EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

GRID

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

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STAIR 1

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SHAFT

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ROOF TERRACE

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INTERIOR EXTERIOR

GRID

Floor Plan Level 8

FLOOR PLANS LEVEL 1, 8, ROOF 30 1

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31-33 Vestry S

Floor Plan NORTH

1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Dining Room 4. Bedroom 5. Guest Bedroom 6. Bathroom 7. Guest Bathroom 8. Roof Terrace 9. Den

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OVERALL EXTERIOR

31-33 Vestry Street

1. Living Room 2. Kitchen 3. Lobby 4. Hydraulic Car 5. MRL Traction 6. Bedroom 7. Corridor 8. Exit Corridor 9. Garden


OVERALL EXTERIOR EXTERIOR

EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

GRID

SITE

OVERALL EXTERIOR

INTERIOR

ADJACENT BUIDLING

SITE

PROPER

PROPERTY LINE

TY LINE

SITE

PROPERTY LINE AP 4

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9 10

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DW BATH 1

KITCHEN

1

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UNIT T1

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MAIN ENTRANCE

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VESTRY STREET

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CAR ENTRANCE

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ENTRANCE

BATH

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ENTRANCE

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SECONDARY ENTRANCE TO UNIT B EMERGENCY EXIT STAIR 1

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MECH.

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LINE

UNIT T2

PROPERTY

BATH 1 1

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DW AP

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PROPERTY LINE

ADJACENT BUIDLING - 1 STORY

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INTERIOR EXTERIOR OVERALL EXTERIOR GRID

Street

Level 8

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NORTH

r Elevator Elevator

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BATHROOM VIEW

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KITCHEN & DINING ROOM

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DUPLEX PENTHOUSE

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512 Greenwich Street 2016-2018 7-Story Private Residence Area: 4460 SF Location: Manhattan, New York Archi-Tectonics LLC. New york is a extrmely complex city, not only physicaly, but also psychically. Especially in Manhattan, the most contradictory place in New York. On one side, you aspire to establish a connection to the daily urban live and its history, one the other side, sometimes you want to escape from it to enjoy inner peace and private time. For our client, who is a Psychologist, this private residence project , in some degree, is the extension of his persenalety and his understanding about this city. The project is based on a 100-year old building. The whole idea here is implicit and dubious. We renovate the building and inject vitality but also, we are trying to blur the boundry of time. Ancient bricks are kept, brushed, and become the background of modern appliance; old joists are clearned, reused, and integrated to be apart of brand new decoration; historical structures are well protected, reinforced, and support the whole new idea. Compare to the building itself, the second skin is complete new structure. If the building is the extension of owner’s spirit, the second skin is the way he talks to this world. The second skin is consist of 64 steel structure of 4 different size and 7,844 pieces of Trespa slats. Each floor and each area, coordinate with the activities happened inside, has complete different second skin configurations. This endows a completely fresh experience and participation with the

PROJECT TEAM/ Archi-Tectonics PRINCIPLE/ Winka Dubbeldam PHOTOGRAPHY/ Floto & Warner / Eric van den Brulle

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SECOND SKIN

NEW CONSTRUCTION

EXISTING

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T he relationship between old and new

here is no longer a rigid line between existing and new construction. It’s a fusion, both in design language and the way impact the activities inside.

TURNABLE SLATS

CIRCULATION

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UP

DOWN

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512 GREENWICH ST


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46 2

512 GREENWICH ST


Bedroom

Living Room

Kitchen

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Guest Room


EAST FACADE ELEVATION

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ELEV. [+76'-1"] BULKHEAD STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+66'-2"] ROOF STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+55'-3"] 6TH FLOOR STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+44'-2"] 5TH FLOOR STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+33'-2"] 4TH FLOOR STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+22'-3"] 3RD FLOOR STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+11'-4"] 2ND FLOOR STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+0'-0"] 1ST FLOOR STRUCTURE

SOUTH FACADE ELEVATION

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ELEV. [+76'-1"] BULKHEAD

ELEV. [+66'-2"] ROOF STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+55'-5"] 6TH FLOOR

ELEV. [+44'-4"] 5TH FLOOR

ELEV. [+33'-4"] 4TH FLOOR

ELEV. [+22'-5"] 3RD FLOOR

ELEV. [+11'-6"] 2ND FLOOR

ELEV. [+0'-2"] 1ST FLOOR

ELEV. [-8'-0"] CELLAR

FLOOR PLANS LEVEL 1, 4, 6, ROOF

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SECTION FACING EAST

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D

C

B

A

ELEV. [+76'-1"] BULKHEAD

ELEV. [+66'-2"] ROOF STRUCTURE

ELEV. [+55'-5"] 6TH FLOOR

ELEV. [+44'-4"] 5TH FLOOR

800021 800022 800023

0.3 -0.6 0.2 -0.2 -0.1 -0.6 MTS6021 MTS6060 MTS6061 800028 800027 800026 800025 on demand

ELEV. [+33'-4"] 4TH FLOOR

800021 800022 800023

0.3 -0.6 0.2 -0.2 -0.1 -0.6 MTS6021 MTS6060 MTS6061 800028 800027 800026 800025 on demand

ELEV. [+22'-5"] 3RD FLOOR

-0.6 -0.1 -0.2 0.2 -0.6 0.3 800025 800026 800027 800028 MTS6061 MTS6060 MTS6021 on demand

800023 800022 800021

0.3 -0.6 0.2 -0.2 -0.1 -0.6

800021 800022 800023

ELEV. [11'-8"]

MTS6021 MTS6061 MTS6060 800028 800026 800027 800025 on demand

ELEV. [+11'-6"] 2ND FLOOR

SOLAR GRILLE -0.6 -0.1 -0.2 0.2 -0.6 0.3 800025 800026 800027 800028 MTS6060 MTS6061 MTS6021 on demand

800023 800022 800021

800021 800022 800023

0.3 -0.6 0.2 -0.2 -0.1 -0.6 MTS6021 MTS6061 MTS6060 800028 800027 800026 800025 on demand

ELEV. [±0'-0"]

ELEV. [0'-0"]

ELEV. [+0'-2"]

GROUND

GROUND

1ST FLOOR

GREENWICH ST

SECTION C

ELEV. [-8'-0"] CELLAR

SECTION A

SECTION FACING SOUTH

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Staircase Veiw _Sunlight Came Streaming Through the Skylights

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CAMOUFLAGE 2013/08 High-design Bird Blind Heron Pond Avian Observatory in Riverlands Confluence, 301 Riverlands, West Alton, Mo

WashingtonU Sam Fox School of Design/ Digital Fabrication Ken Tracy&Andrew Colopy Studio //Group Work of 20 Students (Design&Construction)

Winner of 2014 Architizer A+Awards (In the Student Design/Build Project category, which is voted on by a jury of professionals.)

This High-design Bird Blind --- Avian Observatory was a collaborating work designed and constructed together by students from Andrew Colopy’s “Studio Confluence” and Ken Tracy’s Digital Fabrication class. The purpose of this digital fabrication project was to design, fabricate, and build an avian observatory at Riverlands in collaboration with the Audubon Center at Riverlands and the Rivers Project Office of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The observatory is a giant brown cocoon with the form inspired from Ghery’s Deconstructive taxonomies. Through lots of research on the birds’ living habits and optesthesia distinguish ability, the panel pattern design is based on the think of Inverse Camouflage, in order to blend the building with surrounding environment and avoid interrupting birds’ behavior. Accord to CRYPSIS theory, we chose the Disruptive/Dazzling Patterning for the panel pattern&color design, which can blend the observers’ opening on installation from the background with Hi-contrast Pattern. Photo Credits to WUSTL Photos

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Youtube Video Link of Contruction Process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHD6hgTQPEk


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Panel Disruptive Pattern Openings & Color Design

COLOR

LEGEND

Section Cut /Structure Revit Details 3"

1 1/2"

LEGEND

3"

3"

3"

3"

2x3 Aluminum Angle Richilite Exterior Panel 2x2 Blockiung to support Purlin by Gutter 5/8" High Corrugated Panel

2x4 Aluminum Angle

2

0.1"Folded Aluminum Frame

3" High Aluminum Gutter CNC Edged Purlin

A3.01

2x8 Cedar Beam

Branching Taxonomies / Various Form Testing

1

A3.01

Horizontal Plastic Closure Strip 2x8 Cedar Column

LEGEND

2 A4.04

Reference Part A6.02 CLIENT

Reference Part A6.02

CLIENT AUDUBON SOCIETY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS 301 RIVERLANDS WAY

WESTALTON, MO 63386 CROSS SECTION AT CANTILEVER CONTACT: PATRICIA HAGEN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR 1/2"=1'-0"

CROSS SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

AUDUBON SOCIETY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WESTALTON, MO 63386

1 3/4"

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RIVERS PROJECTS OFFICE 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386

3"

3"

CONTACT: PATRICIA HAGEN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

DESIGN TEAM

0 3/4"

1/16" Perfoerated Aluminum Panel

1 1/2"

1 3/4" 0 3/4"

2 5/8"

1 1/2" 1 3/4"

3

CONTACT: CHARLIE DEUTSCH, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

0 1/4"

1 3/4"

0 1/4"

0 3/4"

0 3/4"

4

3"

3"

STUDENTS NIKE CAO, JINA KIM, YU RONG, HAO WU, DAVID ORNDORFF, YAO XIA, WASSEF DABBOUSSI, YILONG WANG, NASH WATERS, YU XIN, HAOSHENG ZHANG

2x4 Long Blocking for Beam Connection

3"

STUDIO CONFLUENCE INSTRUCTORS ANDREW COLOPY, KEN TRACY

2x6Joist

Joist Hanger

2

1

A3.01

A3.01

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RIVERS PROJECTS OFFICE 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386

0.1"Horizontal Folded Aluminum Frame

CLIENT SCALE

6"=1'-0"

CROSS SECTION AT CANTILEVER 1/2"=1'-0"

4

DRAWN BY

HAO WU 1/16" Perfoerated Aluminum Panel

3

CROSS SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

AUDUBON SOCIETY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WESTALTON, MO 63386

PROJECT

AVIAN OBSERVATORY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS WEST ALTON, MO

CONTACT: PATRICIA HAGEN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

TYP. SECTION AT PANEL ATTACHMENT AT ROOF (WEST SIDE) 6"=1'-0"

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A4.06

TYP. SECTION AT PANEL ATTACHMENT AT ROOF (EAST SIDE) 6"=1'-0"

CONTACT: CHARLIE DEUTSCH, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RIVERS PROJECTS OFFICE 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386

Typ. Roof Panel_Section

2

CONTACT: CHARLIE DEUTSCH, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

DESIGN TEAM

LEGEND

DESIGN TEAM

STUDIO CONFLUENCE

#4 BAR, 12" O.C, (TRANSVERSE) #5 BAR, 10" O.C, (LONGITUDINAL)

STUDENTS NIKE CAO, JINA KIM, YU RONG, HAO WU, DAVID ORNDORFF, YAO XIA, WASSEF DABBOUSSI, YILONG WANG, NASH WATERS, YU XIN, HAOSHENG ZHANG

1 1/2"

6"

2"

#5 BAR, 10" O.C, (LONGITUDINAL)

3"

RETURN #5 BAR, TYP

1 1/2"

INSTRUCTORS ANDREW COLOPY, KEN TRACY

9"

2"

STUDIO CONFLUENCE

INSTRUCTORS ANDREW COLOPY, KEN TRACY

6"

2"

#4 BAR, 12" O.C, (TRANSVERSE)

3"

1 1/2

6 1/8"

CORROSION RESISTANT: COATED REBAR CHAIRS: WHERE UNDERSIDE OF CANTILEVER SLAB IS EXPOSED TO VIEW.

3"

DRAWN BY

"

1 A4.05

YAO XIA, YU XIN PROJECT

9"

3"

STUDENTS NIKE CAO, JINA KIM, YU RONG, HAO WU, DAVID ORNDORFF, YAO XIA, WASSEF DABBOUSSI, YILONG WANG, NASH WATERS, YU XIN, HAOSHENG ZHANG

SCALE

1/2"=1'-0"

#4 BAR, 12" O.C, BOTH DIRECTIONS 3" COVERAGE BELOW

#4 BAR. 12" O.C, #4 BAR, 12" O.C, (BOTH DIRECTION) MAINTAIN 3" CONCRETE COVERAGE LAPPED 12" AT CANTILEVER

3"

CLIENT

3"

AVIAN OBSERVATORY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS WEST ALTON, MO

Concrete Foundation Plan Ancor Layout

"

AUDUBON SOCIETY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WESTALTON, MO 63386

2

#4 BAR. 12" O.C, #4 BAR, 12" O.C, (BOTH DIRECTION) MAINTAIN 3" CONCRETE COVERAGE LAPPED 12" AT CANTILEVER

8'-0 3/16" VARIES

6 1/8

CORROSION RESISTANT: COATED REBAR CHAIRS: WHERE UNDERSIDE OF CANTILEVER SLAB IS EXPOSED TO VIEW.

3"

21'-5 5/16" VARIES

Appox. 48 inches of Strcutural Fill Above Scarified Exst Grade -6 inch lifts compacted o at least 95 percent modified Proctor and 2,000 PSF bearing capacity assumed

9"

2"

2"

1 1/

RETURN #5 BAR, TYP

#4 BAR, 12" O.C, BOTH DIRECTIONS 3" COVERAGE BELOW

SLAB DETAIL SECTION CONTACT: PATRICIA HAGEN, 1/2"=1'-0"

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

SCALE

1/2"=1'-0"

A2.01

DRAWN BY 1

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RIVERS PROJECTS OFFICE 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386

YAO XIA, YU XIN PROJECT

9"

A4.05

CONTACT: CHARLIE DEUTSCH, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

3"

21'-5 5/16" VARIES

DESIGN TEAM

8'-0 3/16" VARIES

STUDIO CONFLUENCE INSTRUCTORS ANDREW COLOPY, KEN TRACY STUDENTS NIKE CAO, JINA KIM, YU RONG, HAO WU, DAVID ORNDORFF, YAO XIA, WASSEF DABBOUSSI, YILONG WANG, NASH WATERS, YU XIN, HAOSHENG ZHANG

SCALE

1"=1'-0"

1

ELEVATION 7 1"=1'-0"

DRAWN BY

NIKE CAO PROJECT

Appox. 48 inches of Strcutural Fill Above Scarified Exst Grade -6 inch lifts compacted o at least 95 percent modified Proctor and 2,000 PSF bearing capacity assumed

AVIAN OBSERVATORY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS WEST ALTON, MO

Concrete Foundation Plan Ancor Layout

AVIAN OBSERVATORY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS WEST ALTON, MO

Elevation

2

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SLAB DETAIL SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

A5.03

1

LONGITUDINAL SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

A2.01


1

5

RICHLITE -1/4” thickness -Weather/UV Resistant -Recycled/Recyclable -Colors:

4

R50 1/4”

Chocolate Glacier 1/4”

Hybrid Sheet A R50

1/32” 1/16”

Chocolate Glacier

1/16”

1/4”

1/16” 1/32” R50

Hybrid Sheet B

CLIENT

Chocolate Glacier

1/32” 1/16”

R50

1/16”

1/4”

1/16”

AUDUBON SOCIETY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386

1/32” Chocolate Glacier

2

ALUMINUM -Alloy 5052 -.100” thickness -Highly water and weather resistant -Light Weight

CONTACT: PATRICIA HAGEN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS RIVERS PROJECTS OFFICE 301 RIVERLANDS WAY WEST ALTON, MO 63386 CONTACT: CHARLIE DEUTSCH, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR DESIGN TEAM

3

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STUDIO CONFLUENCE INSTRUCTORS ANDREW COLOPY & KEN TRACY STUDENTS NIKE CAO, JINA KIM, YU RONG, HAO WU, DAVID ORNDORFF, YAO XIA, WASSEF DABBOUSSI, YILONG WANG, NASH WATERS, YU XIN, HAOSHENG ZHANG

1/16” = 1’-0”

4

2

SHEET METAL SCREWS -1/8” diameter -Security headtype preferable -Color matched from Richlite

5

ALUMINUM RIVETS

FINAL: JINA KIM, YU XIN INITIAL: NIKE CAO, HAO WU, WASSEF DABBOUSSI,YILONG WANG

AVIAN OBSERVATORY AUDUBON CENTER AT RIVERLANDS WEST ALTON, MO

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PANEL MOCK UP

A4.07 Panel Structure & Fabrication/Construction Process

57


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Photo Credits to WUSTL Photos

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Revit Construction Drawings for Philadelphia Town Office Building Penn Design Construction

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3

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5

ROOF 105' - 0"

ROOF 105' - 0"

Level 10 95' - 0"

Level 10 95' - 0"

Level 9 85' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 9 85' - 0"

Level 8 75' - 0"

Level 1 2 10' 0' - 0"

Level 8 75' - 0"

Level 7 65' - 0"

Level Level 12 0'10' - 0" - 0"

Level 7 65' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Level 5 45' - 0"

Level 5 45' - 0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

1 A401-1

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 2-2 19' - 5 3/16" Level 2 15' - 0" Level 1-2 8' - 9" Level 1 0' - 0"

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

F

Level 2 15' - 0" Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

ARCH 532

Philadelphia Offic Building Sections-2

2

Section EW-S 3/32" = 1'-0"

1

Section NS-E 3/32" = 1'-0"

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Project Number Date

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Drawn By Checked By

A202

Scale

A

F

B

3/32" =

A Rectangular Duct

Level 2 9 85' - 0" 10'

W-Wide Flange W18X76

ROOF 105' - 0" Level 4 35' - 0"

10' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Basic Wall Generic - 8" Masonry

Level 1 8 2 75' 10' 0' - 0"

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

Level 5 45' - 0"

Level 2 9 85' - 0" 10'

10' - 0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

10' - 0"

Basic Roof Insulation on Metal Deck-EPDM

Level 1 8 2 75' 10' 0' - 0"

Curtain Wall Storefront

2 A501

5' - 6 13/16"

10' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 2-2 19' - 5 3/16"

Rhomboid east west solar shade

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

10' - 0"

W-Wide Flange W18X76

Level 10 95' - 0"

Basic Roof Insulation on Meta Deck -EPDM

Level 3 25' - 0"

Rhomboid Curatin Panle

Level 1 7 2 65' 10' 0' - 0"

Level 2-2 19' - 5 3/16"

Structural Beam System

Rectangular Mullion 2.5" X 5" rectangular

Level 2 15' - 0"

4' - 5 3/16"

Level 1 7 2 65' 10' 0' - 0"

Rectangular Mullion 2.5" X5" rectangular

10' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 1 6 55' 0' - 0"

6' - 3"

Floor 4" LW Concrete on 2" Metal Deck 2

ARCH 532

Level 1 6 55' 0' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

ARCH 5

Philadelphia Buildin

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Philadelphia Office Building

Partial Wall S

Detailed Sections

Project Number Date Drawn By

Project Number

Drawn By

3

Checked By

Scale

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Callout of Section EW-N with atrium 1/2" = 1'-0"

A402

1/4" = 1'-0"

2

Scale

YIN

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

YIN

1' - 4 1/2"

Level 3 Rear 21' - 0" 4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

5' - 6" 1' - 9"

SIYUAN

SIYUAN

0' - 9"

1' - 4 1/2"

4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

Bond Beam

Level 3 23' - 6"

8"x8"x16" Concrete Bond Beam

Steel Angle

1-1/4" Clapboard Siding 3/4" Wood furring 3/4" Wood Sheating Plywood 5-1/2" Wood Stud Layer 3/4" Gypsum Wall board

L6"x6"x1/2" Steel Angle

PennDesign University of Pennsylvania

PennDesign

1" Anchor Bolt

University of Pennsylvania

Arch531 Construction Technology

Arch531 Construction Technology

2"x10" Nominal Cut Lumber Section

Rowlock Sill 15" Slope

2 1/2" Rigid Insulation

96" x 72" Fixed Window 3

2 A201

Level 1 2' - 0"

0' - 11"

Flasing Drip Edge Under Sill

ADD201

A501

Callout of Detailed Section EW-S with window 1/2" = 1'-0"

6' - 0"

Date

Detailed Callout Section EW-S with window 1/4" = 1'-0"

5/2/2014 3:49:32 PM

2

Metal Wall Ties Vertically Spaced @16" O.C.

5-1/2" Insulation

PennDesign

Project Number Date Drawn By Checked By 2

Callout of Green Roof at Skylight 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

1

Callout of Cantilevered Roof And Floor Framing 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

4" Exterior Brick Masonry Construction 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board Project Number

Issue Date Siyuan Yin Checker

ADD502

1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Wood Blocking 4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

Insulation Filling 2"x10" Roof Framing

Typical Wall Call Out Details

Metal Coping 2"x14" Wood Nailer

Level 3 23' - 6"

PennDesign Construction

Project Number Date Drawn By

Callout of Second Floor Framing and Wall 3 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Scale

62 PS REVIT DOCS

Level 2 Rear 11' - 0"

9" Insulation 4" Exterior Brick Masonry 1 1/2" Air Cavity 1 1/2" Rigid Insulation 8" Concrete Masonry Block 6 Mil Vapor Barrier 1/2" Metal Furring 3/4" Interior Finish Gypsum Board

Callout ofl Ground and Foundation Wall 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

Level 2 13' - 6"

11/25/2013 11:22:21 AM

0' - 11"

Level 2 13' - 6"

Pine Street Additional House

2

2' - 10"

Callout of Window Head and Sill Detail 1 1/2" = 1'-0"

2' - 0"

1' - 9"

Level 3 23' - 6"

1

1' - 9"

0' - 10"

GROUND 0' - 0"

0' - 11"

8' - 0"

10' - 0"

2x8 Wood Blocking

Typical Wall Call Out Details

6' - 0"

8'x6' Chrome Frame Skyline 1" Insulated Glass

2' - 5"

0' - 10"

6" Grass Geotext Tile Drainage Membrane Layer 1" Sand 3/4" Bitumen high Density Board 3/4" EPDM Membrane Roofing 2" Thermal Barriers Moisture Barriers 3/4" Plywood Sheating 9-1/4" Dimension Lumber 1/2" Gypsum Wall Board

Pine Street Additional House

Flashing w. Weep Hole @ 2' O.C. TYP

Checked By Callout of Parapet Detail 4 1 1/2" = 1'-0" Scale

Project Number Issue Date Siyuan Yin Checker

ADD501

1 1/2" = 1'-0"


1

2

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

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final inte 12" = 1'-0"

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

2

3D View 11_ex 12" = 1'-0"

Exterior View 1

Exterior View 2

ARCH 532 Philadelphia Office Building

Date Drawn By Checked By

ARCH 532

2

3D View 12_ex 2 12" = 1'-0"

Scale

A003

532.2014 0425 Can Fu Checker

12" = 1'-0"

5/2/2014 3:44:12 PM

Exterior Renderings Project Number

Philadelphia Office Building

Date Drawn By Checked By

Scale

A001

532.2014 0425 Can Fu Checker

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Exterior Views Project Number

P

Projec Date

Drawn

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3D View 19_1 exfinal 12" = 1'-0"

2

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

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1

Exterior View 1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

Exterior View 2

ARCH 532 Philadelphia Office Building

Drawn By Checked By

A001

Scale Copy (2) of southern facade

ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

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ARCH532 CONTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY II / 14SP

Date

5/2/2014 3:40:23 PM

Exterior Views Project Number

ARCH 532

Philadelphia Offi Building

ARCH 532 Philadelphia Office Building

Interior Renderin

High Performance Facade Date Drawn By Checked By

3

southern facade Scale

A007

532.2014 0425 Can Fu Checker

12" = 1'-0"

1

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Project Number Date

5/2/2014 3:44:33 PM

Project Number

Drawn By Checked By

3D View 17_inte pes 12" = 1'-0"

2

3D View 16_1 inte pe 12" = 1'-0" Scale

A004

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

ARCH 431/531: Construction Technology 1

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

PRODUCED BY AN AUTODESK STUDENT PRODUCT

Philadelphia Rowhome Addition

CANFUDESIGN

110713

Date

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Scale

Interior View

12/15/2013 6:34:42 PM

ADD002

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Philadelphia Office Building

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ARCH 532

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Philadelphia Office Building Site Plan

Project Number Date

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Drawn By Checked By

A101

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135' - 0"

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Philadelphia Office Building

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Ceiling Plans 532.2014 0425 Can Fu Checker

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Level 1 1/16" = 1'-0"

4

Level 8 1/16" = 1'-0"

A110

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1/16" = 1'-0"

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Lobby Plan 1/8" = 1'-0"

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ROOF 105' - 0"

10' - 0"

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135' - 0"

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Floor Plans

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135' - 0"

Philadelphia Office Building

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Copy of Level 1 1/16" = 1'-0"

A

ARCH 532

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5 135' - 0"

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135' - 0"

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B3 1/16" = 1'-0"

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65' - 0"

20' - 0"

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10' - 0"

B

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145' - 0"

90' - 0"

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140' - 0" 27' - 8 3/8"

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65' - 0"

Copy of B3 1/16" = 1'-0"

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135' - 0" 22' - 3 21/32"

1 4

5 6

90' - 0"

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25' - 0"

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144' - 2"

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135' - 0" 74' - 0 15/16"

100' - 11 9/16"

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74' - 0 15/16"

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144' - 2 1/16"

145' - 0 1/16" 1

145' - 0"

A009

section 2

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145' - 0 1/16"

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90' - 0"

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65' - 0"

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5/2/2014 3:47:55 PM

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Project Number

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PS

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Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9" Level 1 0' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

ARCH 532

B2 -24' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

Philadelphia Office Building

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

Section NS-W 3/32" = 1'-0"

2

Section EW-N 3/32" = 1'-0"

Date Drawn By Checked By

A201

Scale

3/32" = 1'-0"

1

10' - 0" 10' - 0" 10' - 0"

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

10' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 1 0' - 0"

ARCH 532

Level 1 0' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

Philadelphia Office Building

Date Drawn By Checked By

A202

Scale

2

B3 -36' - 0"

Section EW-N with atrium 1/8" = 1'-0"

3/32" = 1'-0"

1

Callout of Section 5 1/8" = 1'-0"

A

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B2 -24' - 0"

B3 -36' - 0"

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Gas Main

B1 -12' - 0"

B2 -24' - 0"

Section NS-E 3/32" = 1'-0"

5/2/2014 3:48:15 PM

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Section EW-S 3/32" = 1'-0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Sections-2 2

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Level 4 35' - 0"

3 A501

Level 2 10' - 0"

Sections Project Number

10' - 0"

10' - 0" 10' - 0"

Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 1 0' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Ducts

Level 5 45' - 0"

10' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0"

Level 7 65' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Custom Curtain Wall Panel w/ Low-E Glazing

10' - 0"

Level 3 25' - 0" Level 2-2 19' - 5 3/16" Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

B1 -12' - 0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

1 A401-1

Level 1 0' - 0"

15' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0"

Level 2 15' - 0" Level 1-2 8' - 9"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Level 5 45' - 0"

Level 4 35' - 0"

Level 8 75' - 0" Vertical Solar Shade

Level 7 65' - 0"

12' - 0"

2 A401

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ARCHITECTURE

PROJECTS 10-51


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OBJECTS CONTAINERS WORLDS 2016 World Trade Cener Tower In Downtown Los Angeles, CA

Penn Design 704 Tom Wiscombe Studio//Can Fu+Hua Yang This semester we mainly focus on explore architecture as world through radical interiority. Our point of departure will be Machado and el-Khoury’s concept of “hollow monoliths“, where the solidity of a monolith seems to be undermined by its emptiness. Architecture, of course, can never be actually empty, so it will be the task of the studio to use combinations of poche, nested objects, and extrusions from new grounds. Rather than presuming an architectural ontology where buildings exterior expression (posture, shaper, contextural linkages, social function) is primary, we attempt to create architecture which inverts that implied hierarchy. Some of the repercussions of this inversion are that architecture might tend to deflect semiotic readings through exterior muteness, and create its own internal density, language, sacale, and even physics on its interior. Interiors could begin to contain objects and formations that might ordinarily be encoutered on the earthen surface we refer to as ‘land‘, but in strange juxtapositions, awkward orientations, and improbable scales. With the design strategy of applying three entites: Figure, Liner and Shell, to create a interior world totally losing the gravity and normal orientations. Architecture, in this way, becomes a container for a new, nested world, served from land, from World.

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Dragon Cut (Left) & Building Section Cut_Major Conference and Trading Space (Right)

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Site Plan & Conference Space Plan

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Circulation & Space Figure Diagram

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BLURING ADJACENT 2015 Auction House and Galleries in Chelsea New York City

Penn Design 602 Hina Jamelle Studio//Angela Huang + Can Fu The concept of the auction houses has changed since the invention of the internet, and use of digital technology. Hence the traditional auction houses are replaced with “cyber auction rooms” that all the bidding and showing are through the web, and the large auditorium type of auction rooms are replaced with smaller auction rooms combined with gallery and rretreat spaces that are specifically for the high-end clients. In this case, auction is not about trading, it becomes a performance and a show. The organic façade pieces continue to the interior and serves as the purpose of circulation, structure, and artificial lighting. Reinventing the traditional organization of an auction house, just like the continuous facade, there are obvious start and end of a program or space. The auction room shifts the program to gallery space through undulated ramps and the smaller gallery spaces fading into an open space and becomes a café with open seatings.

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ROOF DETAIL STEEL LINTEL CAST INTO GFRP RIGID INSULATION BATT INSULATION VENT

ANCHOR BOLT SLIP JOINT SERVICE/ INSTALLATION ACCESS

TYP. FACADE DETAIL LOW IRON DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS

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TWO WAY WAFFLE SLAB 3’X3’ EXPOSED COFFER

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Auditorium Level Floor Plan

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SHIFTING HYBRIDS 2014 Transformation for A New Hotel & Residential Building in Tribeca, NYC

Penn Design 601 Hwina Jamelle Studio//Angela Huang + Can Fu With the use of particular parameter and technique concepts like degree of curvature, crease and shifting, the apartment-hotel hybrid is developed to a series of building systems for both facade and interior, such as window frames, ceilings, stairs, furnishing and partition walls, etc. The hybrid with interesting geometric form and layered facade quality are formed due to the buildings system which reveal the techniques and geometry form derived from parameters set up previously. Similarly, the projects’ units aggregation following the interlocking logic as well, which allows puzzle-like space formed for the interior space, concave and convex layered surface quality happened for the facade. In addition, the puzzle formation create various units type and size, which allow the space be applied for multiple function and programs, such as hotel space, studio and suites and shared central public space, like a system of dining space.

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CELLULAR NESTING 2015 Cultural Complex Center For Golden Orange International Film Festival In Antalya, Turkey

Penn Design 701 Sulan Kolatan Studio//Can Fu + Grace Kim Home to the Golden Orange Film Festival, the annual International event, Antalya is located on active geological formation featuring rich underground ecosystem. Start with the Grasshopper script technique of Minimal Surface Cell Formation to produce the base cell space for the program. In addition, inspired from cave ecosystem, the project explores the duality that exist in the cave formation. Three major categories to focus for the design of the theater are form, mass, and materials. The connectivity of long tunnels and series of chambers observed inside of the cave are translated into the interior of the theater. The outside, inside, and in-between spaces of two different minimal surfaces that are nested together, creating moments of inversions that interweave various programs together. The soft and hard materials not only contribute in functional role such as acoustic control and structural support but also challenges the idea of integration of sustainability into the design. The formation of the theater are populated in various scales throughout the site as landscape, providing inhabitable spaces for both flora and fauna while functioning as public park with strong emphasis on the bike-ride system.

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THEATER GROUND FLOOR PLAN _Lower Theater VIP Seating Area _Perfromance Stage _Orchestra _500 Seats _Cafe Area

Site Plan with Landscape Design

Nesting Cell Formation and Program Diagram

TUNNEL (CIRCULATION)

TUNNEL (CIRCULATION)

CHAMBER

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CHAMBER (THEATRE)

TUNNEL (CIRCULATION)

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SKYLIGHT

THEATER SECOND FLOOR PLAN

THEATER SECOND FLOOR PLAN

_Upper Theater Seating Area _Perfromance Stage _Orchestra _2000 Seats

_Upper Theater Seating Area _Perfromance Stage _Orchestra _2000 Seats

MODIFIED CELL SECTION PROGRAM DIAGRAM

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OUTDOOR THEATRE SEATING

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CIRCULATION PATTERN 2014 Urban Forces Formation of Automotive Research & Exhibition Center in Philadelphia, PA

Penn Design 502 Eduardo Rega Studio//Can Fu The urban composition developed based on a series of research and mappings of visible and invisible urban forces, which are traffic, residents and wind. Through analyzing the actions performed by these urban forces on the site, including traffic flow, surveillance of residents and wind pollution movement, a functioning combination form and space is finally established. It is really interesting to investigate the transformation of these 3 forces to the actual building form, functional space and circulation. The automotive center was divided into 3 major functional zones based on the space variation created by the circulation path. The basement with large open space of building is divided as the parking and museum zone. Then the upper level is used for research labs and auditorium. And the tower part is for offices and classrooms. As the circulation leading the visitors and cars going through the building, related space with program function is created by these pathways. Different path circulations leading to different functional space.

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PARAFICTIONAL OBJECT 2015 Golden Lamp Inovation Process In Penn Design Upper Gallery

Penn Design Arch 703 Kutan Ayata Studio//Can Fu + Lu Han In Contemporary art, one of the most relevant practices for architecture can be found under the loose heading of Parafiction. Architecture has much in common with parafictional art practices, which is multi-medium and the most “real“ of any art, it is constantly engaged in questions of context, and it is a specific object or scenario that inserts itself into the constantly changing conditions of reality. This representation and innovation process of the object (extracted from the classical still life paintings) is attempt to explore the aesthetics of realism for the objects in a different context. In this project, through redesign the golden bottle taken from Dutch painting Banquet Still Life by Adriaen Can Utrech, 1644 , bring the new relations between objects themselves in certain scenario, aesthetic relations of color, texture, materiality, luminosity, and reflectivity. The “new” golden bottle will seek to blend in, but not to hide. In the meantime, the transformation of the bottle’s form bring new function the “new“ object produced, it become a golden lamp to blend in the original scenario again. The estrangement of context is a crucial aspect of realism, where a shift allows one to see the familiar in new terms as doubt overtakes assumed certainties; doubt which can manifest materially, formally, programmatically, and ultimately architecturally.

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Original Golden Bottle in Dutch Painting

Golden Lamp Design Evolutionary Process

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TOP/Original Painting Banquet Still Life Adriaen Can Utrech, 1644 oil on canvas current location: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

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BOTTOM/ Fictional Painting Banquet Still Life 2016 The test of the environmental effect with substituing the innovated golden lamp in the painting


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MINIMAL SURFACE 2015 Sun Shading Entrance Wall for 2015 International Architecture Biennale in Antalya, Turkey

Penn Design 701 Sulan Kolatan Studio//Can Fu +Grace Kim + Hannibal Newsom (TA) This Parametric Wall was designed as a Sun Shading Device for 2015 Antalya International Architecture Biennale in Turkey. As the topic of this Biennale is the Parametric Modernism, this Sun Shading Wall was assembled at the Entrance of Exhibition to bring people to a world full of digital fabrication applied in the architectural field. Take people to reconsider the role of digital technique in the architectural design. In order to fulfill the sun shading function, we explored the grasshopper script of Minimal Surface to control the opening size of each aggregation cell. In this way, the light going through the wall will be controlled with different intensity at various angle. In addition, the wall was designed as the dual layer of two cell combination to create more interesting shadow pattern when the light going through. In terms of the actual wall fabrication part, as it is fabricated in the state and transferred to Turkey, we chose FDM plastic material to 3d print the single cell and reassembled all the cell modules in Turkey, In this way, the shading wall was light and easily assembled.

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CELL VARIATION (TopM, BtmM)

CELL VARIATION (TopLR, BackLR)

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FDM 3D Printing Modules Photos

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LINE TO SURFACE 2013 Cocooning Simulation Research Arylic Powder Material 3D Printing Test

Penn Design 501 Simon Kim Studio//Can Fu This project start with studying the process of cocooning, to get a better understand of its structure formation, which starts from simple large structure and then developed to a more dense netwroks. Density creates beauty, but always start from simple structure or outline. Second step is to set up a Grasshopper Script based on the geometric relationship between points and lines derived from cocooning process. The code developed a line structure with the randomly growing lines but still connecting among the triangular points. To continue the study of line connection and rotation, but focusing more on the irregular way of line connecting and random trigonometry. Through studying the structure of cocoon, the modules with more irregular form and random structure were derived from the same structure theory. It is called the Structure Hyperplasia. Third step is to develop the line structure space produced from computer coding to the curvature surface space with the application of Maya technique. This step bring the project to a advanced level which derived from cocooning but successfully complete the transformation of the line to the occupied space and explore the possibility of spacial function of lines.

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BRANCHING ELEGANCE 2014 Modular Aggregation Design for Color 3D Pringting Test

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DIGITAL DRAWING 2015 Real Environment Simulation Maya Animation Scene Clips

Penn Design FNAR366 Advanced Modeling Studio//Can Fu

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PAINTINGS&DRAWINGS 2009-2011 Oil Painting/ Gouache&Pastel/Water Color/ Pen Drawing/ Charcoal Figure Sketches UWashington Painting Major Projects

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THE END

2016.07


Can Fu MARCH University of Pennsylvania canfu@alumni.design.upenn.edu 3145021308


Can Fu_Portfolio 2017