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CLEMSON UNIVERSITY MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE + HEALTH ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2017 SHICONG CAO


Shicong Cao

Contact

Clemson University M.Arch.+ Health Candidate 18' Graduate Assistant

Portfolio

PERSONAL STATEMENT

shiconc@g.clemson.edu +1 864 624 6606

Address

102 Heritage Riverwood Dr. Apt A, Central, SC, USA, 29630

https://issuu.com/caoshicong/docs/171231_architecture_portfolio_shico

EDUCATION

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Architecture is a lifestyle. Analyzing problems, solving problems as well as communicating are very enjoyable to me. Having a sound base in civil engineering, I understand the logics of building and construction. I realize that technology doesn’t make good architecture by itself. The process of communicating is even more important. After graduation in engineering, I studied architecture in Italy for three years. I learned about the art of architecture. I also traveled a lot and visited many architectural precedents. I think healthcare architecture is the field that suits me best because it demands both logic and passion. I believe in the possibility of architecture to improve people’s health and happiness and I would like to work for it.

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From July, 2012 to August, 2012 Engineering Assistant Shanghai No.1 Construction Co. Ltd.

From Febrary, 2016 to March, 2016 Architectural student Intern Ilaria Nava Studio

From 2013 to 2016 3 years of Architecture GPA: 26.62 in 30, Master of Science in Architecture Politecnico di Milano

From 2009 to 2013 4 years of Civil Engineering. GPA: 4.33 in 5, Bachelor of Engineering Tongji University, Shanghai, China

WORK EXPERIENCE

From June, 2017 to August, 2017 Architectural student Intern Heinle, Wischer und Partner

From 2016 to now 1 years of Architecture GPA: 3.63 in 4.0 , M.Arch.+Health Clemson University

RECOGNITIONS

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Gold Scholarship Merit-based, 2013 to 2015 Politecnico di Milano

From 2011 to 2013 Volunteer work Image Tunnel Atelier

Merit Student 2011 Tongji University

DESIGN SKILLS

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01 Computer

02 Knowledge

AutoCAD Sketchup Rhino Adobe Photoshop Adobe Illustrator Adobe Indesign Revit Diamonds

Modeling Handdrawing Technical drawing 3D Modeling Rendering Graphic design Structural calculation

REFERENCES

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David Allison, FAIA, FACHA Alumni Distinguished Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in Architecture + Health adavid@clemson.edu +1 864 653 0355

LANGUAGE SKILLS

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CHINESE Mother language

First Class Academic Scholarship 2010 Tongji University

ENGLISH Advanced level

ITALIAN Basic level

GERMAN Basic level

Byron Edwards Professor of Practice in Architecture + Health School of Architecture, Clemson University byrone@clemson.edu +1 843 709 7029


BRIDGING HEALTH TO NATURE ——Boone Wellness District Analysis and Hospital Masterplan

EMBRACING NATURE ——Ambulatory Surgery Center Design


EXHIBITION PATH ——Reactivation of San Leonardo area

OTHER WORKS ——Professional work / artwork


BRIDGING HEALTH TO NATURE ——Boone Wellness District Analysis and Hospital Masterplan

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INTRODUCTION This two-semeter project is a real world design problem. In the first semester, we made a proposal for the wellness disctrict. As an important employer in the area, the Watuaga Medical Center has the opportunity to bringmore public life to the wellness district. The whole class were working together and we were constanting changing teams according to the needs of the project. Working with the clients is also a valuable experience. We worked on different scales and exploredd different strategies of design. In the second semester, we made a masterplan for the expansion of the Watauga Medical Center. We thinkg hospital should be a place friendly to the staff as well as to the patient. The unique mountain view of Boone is the key of design. We brought public to the nature by shifting the public circulation of the hospital to the back and activate the compus with healthy activities. SITE Boone, NC TIME Spring 2017, 8960 A+H Design Studio Fall 2017, 8970 A+H Design Studio PROFESSOR David Allison, Byron Edwards ROLE Combination of teamwork and individual work, Concept design, Planning, Rendering

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TIMELINE & DESIGN STRATEGIES Team of 9 people, drawings by the team

LITERATURE REVIEW Feb 22 Forum 1

APR 05 Public Forum 2

MAY 04 Public Forum 3

SEP 01 Client Meeting 1

Design Strategies:

DESIGN CRITERIA/ CONCEPT

COMMUNITY CONNECTION PEDESTRIAN DIMENSIONS

SENSE OF PLACE

DESIGN STRATEGIES ICONIC LANDMARKS

IDENTIFIABLE AREAS

EFFECTIVE BRANDING

ACCESSIBILITY

MIXED-USE

VARIED

PROGRAM

ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGE

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TRAFFIC CALMING

BUILDING SCALE

MATERIAL PAVING


SEP 22 Client Meeting 2

OCT 20 Client Meeting 3

PUBLIC RECREATION

LITERATURE REVIEW

NOV 17 Client Meeting 4

SUSTAINABLE PARKING

ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION

SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENT

PROGRAMMING

PARKS

STREET

NATURAL

GREEN

STORM WATER

STREETSCAPES

AND

FURNITURE

FEATURES

ROOFS

MANAGEMENT

GREEN WAY

WAY FINDING

DEC 12 Final Review

TRANSPORTATION

PARKING IN

OPTIONS

THE PARK

PARKING GARAGES

ROADSIDE PARKING

PLAZAS

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WELLNESS DISTRICT LOCATION CONTEXT & ZONING ANALYSIS Team of 9 people, drawings by the team

Downtown Boone

421

ASU College of Health Sciences

Appalachian State University 321

321

Watauga Medical Center

NATURAL NATURALFEATURES FEATURES&&PARKS PARKS

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321 321

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321 321

ELEVATIONS ELEVATIONS FLOOD FLOOD PLAIN PLAIN && WATERSHED WATERSHED

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Secondary SecondaryRoad Road

North North

Local LocalRoad Road

22Furman FurmanRd. Rd.(South/East) (South/East)

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321 321

33Longvue LongvueRd. Rd.(North) (North)

Greenway Greenway

Primary PrimaryRoad Road Secondary SecondaryRoad Road Local LocalRoad Road

River River

Major MajorIntersection Intersection

Tree TreeCanopy Canopy

Minor MinorIntersection Intersection

Park Park/ Recreation / Recreation

Major MajorGateway Gateway

MinorGateway Gateway EXISTING EXISTINGMinor BUILDING BUILDING UU FLOOD FLOOD PLAI PLAI

North North

New New River River Watershed Watershed C

321 321

District DistrictBoundary Boundary

321 321

Residential Residential Restaurant Restaurant

44Longvue LongvueRd. Rd.(South) (South)

North North

North North

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District DistrictBoundary Boundary

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Primary PrimaryRoad Road

North North

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Major MajorGateways GatewaystotoWel We

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North

District DistrictBoundary Boundary

MOB/Clinical MOB/Clinical

District DistrictBoundary Boundary

River River

Retail Retail

River River

Watershed Watershed

Hotel/Motel Hotel/Motel

Watershed Watershed

AE AEFloodway Floodway

GeneralOf Ofce ce General

AE AEFloodway Floodway

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AE Other(gas (gasstation, station,etc.) etc.) AE Other

0.2% 0.2%Annual AnnualChance ChanceFloodplain Floodplain

North North

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TUTIONAL

PARKING

WELLNESS DISTRICT

equirements:

Parking Garages: USES ALLOWED

MULTI-USE

3.07

min: 0’

1000 sq ft

max: 20’

education 4 spaces per classroom

assembly 1 space per 2 seats

retail store 5 spaces per 1000 sq ft 1000 sq ft

1000 sq ft

education: lecture hall 1 space per 3 chairs

specialty medical facility 5 spaces per 1000 sq ft

daycare 3 spaces per 1000 sq ft 1000 sq ft

1000 sq ft

nancial institution 5 spaces per 1000 sq ft

multi-family .7 spaces per bedroom

80’

professional ofce 5 spaces per 1000 sq ft

min: 60% 1000 sq ft

1000 sq ft

nursing care 1 space per 4 beds

medical ofce 5 spaces per 1000 sq ft

restaurant 12 spaces per 1000 sq ft

EXISTING REQUIREMENTS

no max

hotel 4.05 post ofce 7.11 emergency response 8.01 religious assembly 9.01 Appalachian State University 10.01 child daycare 11.04 nancial institution 11.06 restaurant 11.14 retail store 11.18 professional ofce 11.20 medical ofce parking garages are encouraged and are preferred under hospital buildings or in the11.24 interior of a block 11.35 therapy farm 12.10 recreation facility 15.01 parking structure

buildings over 20,000 sq ft n uses, except when education

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min: 2 stories

max: 67’

max: 6 stories

67

stepback options for 5th & 6th oors

EXISTING STREET ELEVATIONS Deereld Road:

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Zone B3

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Zone OI

Zone OI

Longvue Dr.

CVS Pharmacy

Lincare

ARHS Employment Center

Zone OI

Zone OI

Doctors Dr.

Dr. Larry E. Stigall, D.D.S.

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Rd.

ARHS Foundation Ofce

Harmony Center for Women’s Health

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Existing Allowable:

20’

52’

Do

Zone B2

ZONING ENVELOPE ZONING EXAMPLES ENVELOP 75’

20’

52’

Zone OI

Kimberly Dr.

Fresenius Boone Drug & Kidney Care Healthcare

ELOPE ANALYSIS

5’

Zone OI

r.

64’

d. ld R Existing reEnvelope: Dee

Building Height: 20 ft. 1 Story

Existing Allowable:

Existing Envelope: Building Height: 20 ft. 1 Story

67’ D

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20’ 20’

20’

20’

d.

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ld R

re

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6 Stories (no height limit) 1:1 ratio step back above 4 stories

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Existing Allowable Envelope: Existing Allowable Envelope:

r.

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1:1 ratio step back above 4 stories

Proposed Allowable Envelope:Proposed Allowable Envelope:

sD r. Minimum Building Height: 2 Stories Minimum Building Height: 2 Stories d. ld R re 6 Stories Maximum Building Height: Maximum Building Height: 6 Stories Dee Minimum Street Setback: 0 ft. Minimum Street Setback: 0 ft. Minimum Street Setback: 20 ft. Minimum Street Setback: 20 ft.

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STREET SCHEME Team with Wenz Tuttle, Caroline Wyrick Scheme 3: Birch Street Garage Access

TEAM 3

Bike lane Bike Lane Vehicle lane Lane Vehicle

PART 1: STREET SCHEMES

Retail/Restaurant Retail/Restaurant Parking Parking

Scheme 3: Deereld Road Setback

Public Right-of-Way

12.5’

60’

Setback 28’

Pedestrian Friendly

Natural Vegetation

Tree Canopy

Separate Bike/Ped Path

CASE STUDY: Pinched Road Downtown Plan: Greenville, SC

5’ 7.5’

12

16’

12’

12’

16’

7.5’ 8’ 8’ 5’

15’

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Scheme 3: Furman Road CASE STUDY: Park on Top of Parking Garage Kaiser Center Roof Garden: Oakland, CA

Storm Water Bioswale

Natural Vegetation

Wildlife Conservation Setback

Public Right-of-Way

Setback

16’

40’

16’

PART 1: STREET SCHEMES 10’ 6’ 2’ 12’

10’

12’ 2’ 6’ 6’ 10’

Scheme 3: Interior Streets Close Proximity to Parking Decks

Natural Vegetation

CASE STUDY: Garages with Amenities Ballet Valet Parking Garage: Miami Beach, FL Parking Garage: Copenhagen, Denmak Setback

Public Right-of-Way Setback

123.5’

Courtyard C Court

50’

30’

40’

38.5’

Garage

180’

Garage

97’

3’4’12’ 55’ 12’4’ 3’12’

180’

Courtyard u a urtya ard

27’

62’

95 13


SITE CONCEPT DESIGN Individual work

Retail

Restaurant

Retail Space & Medical Offices

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Parking

Shopping Street

General Office

Resturant/ Residential Outdoor Dinning

Residential

Food truck


PUBLIC

SHARED

OFFICE OFFICE OFFICE SHOP

Green Garage Street View

PRIVATE HOUSING

BAR

HOUSING

PARKING

Mixed-use Garage Roof Top

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HOSPITAL MASTERPLAN PARTI: SCENARIO A Team with Caroline Wyrick, Hannah Shultz PUBLIC FRONT

CONNECTION TO NATURE

CIRCULATION

CONNECTION TO WELLNESS DISTRICT

BUILDING PROGRAM

INITIAL BUILDOUT

ONCOLOGY INPATIENT

COMMENDED SITE POTENTIAL: FLOOR 1 OUTPATIENT

WOMEN’S

CLINIC/OB

B 37

38

39

9

8 35 7

6 114

17

114 34

18

19

20

115

115

21

33

Oncology

32

116 60

116

35

92

103 91

117 117

34

59

OB Units 102

A

62

118

82

130 31

101

118

33

68

69

Oncology Support

30

128 29

28

92 96

119

60

32

Atrium

31 120

95

Lobby

120

25

81

104

41

68

77

ED

42

Cafe

43 80 44

Mixed Use + Wellness

123

46

Dining

OB Units

99

74

98

75

81 70 93 97 71

79

100

80

72

99

63 73

64 130

124

27

125

78 65

98 74

66

67 97

125

75

OB Clinic

25

26

40 126 41 21

128 126

76

42 22

73

100 95

94 69

123

23

124

107

72

121

40 30

96

OB

101 93

122

Imaging

108

94 105

82

45

109

90

102

104

122

107

71

103

22

121

OB Units

91

105

29

26

70

119

Lab

27

106

61

90

106

79

43

78

23 127

28

44

59

127

9

45 61

108

8

46 62

7

63

6

37

38

64

17

109 65

18

19

20

Parking Garage

ORTH

16

77

39

B

76

66

67

A


BA A

105

14

NEW Level 4 48' - 0"

NEW Level 3 32' - 0"

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

EXISTING Penthouse 45' - 0"

13

12

11

10

9

8

7

6

17

18

19

104

20

21

81

22

80

25

79

40

41

78

42

43

77

44

45

76

46

47

48

59

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

EXISTING Level 3 30' - 0"

EXISTING Level 2 18' - 0"

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

Ground Level 1 0' - 0" Ground Level 1 0' - 0"

Ground Level 1 0' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

B CB

105

NEW Level 4 48' - 0"

NEW Level 3 32' - 0"

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

104

81

80

79

78

77

76

EXISTING Penthouse 45' - 0"

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

EXISTING Level 3 30' - 0"

EXISTING Level 2 18' - 0"

Ground Level 1 0' - 0"

Ground Level 1 0' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

NEW Level -01 -28' - 0"

C

NEW Level 4 48' - 0"

NEW Level 3 32' - 0"

NEW Level 2 16' - 0"

EXISTING Penthouse 45' - 0"

EXISTING Level 3 30' - 0"

EXISTING Level 2 18' - 0"

Ground Level 1 0' - 0"

Basement Level -16' - 0"

WMC East

WMC Demo

NEW Level -01 -28' - 0"

demo 1 1

2

build 1 Outpatient

Oncology Demo

demo 2 3

4

build 2

build 3

Inpatient OB Clinic

5

demo 3 6

7

build 4 Oncology

Plaza as a welcoming space

View to the mountain

Pedestrian friendly street

Atrium as a landmark

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HOSPITAL CONCEPT DESIGN: SCENARIO B Team with Luke Davis, Autumn Wines Public

NATURE

WELLNESS

Private

Access to nature

ORGANIC

RIGID

PUBLIC PRIVATE 18

1. Void through the axis

2. Service core

3. Terrace on the back

4. Break down the volume

OUTPATIENT INPATIENT WELLNESS SPECIALTY

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CONCEPTUAL SECTION


1.Community Garden 2. Farmers Market & Event Pavilion 3. Chapel 4. Hiking and Biking Trail 5. Yoga and Walking Path’s 6. Heliport 7. Ropes Course 8. AppalCart Bus Stop & Bike Share 9. Wellness Center & Coffee Shop 10. Assisted Living Facility

1

4

A 3

B

5

C 6

2

7

10

9

8

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HOSPITAL CONCEPT DESIGN: SCENARIO B Team with Luke Davis, Autumn Wines

ABILITY FOR GROWTH

NATURAL DAYLIGHTING

ACCESS TO NATURE

PUBLIC SPACES

PUBLI GROWTH DAYLIGHTING AND CHANGE GREENSPACE

SUSTAINABLE PARKING ACCESS + WAYFINDING DIVERSITY OF USES WALKABILITY WALKABILITY

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SUSTAINABLE PARKING

WAYFINDING

A. ATRIUM SECTION

MIXED USES


FLOOR PLANS

FLOOR -2

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

OUTPATIENT CLINICS

ATRIUM

FLOOR -1

IMAGING EMERGENCY ADMINISTRATION PHARMACY SERVICE

DINING

LAB

CENTRAL STERILE

LOADING DOCK & SERVICES

FLOOR 2

OUTPATIENT SURGERY

INPATIENT SURGERY

FLOOR 3

FLOOR 4

FLOOR 5 & 6

WOMEN’S CLINICS ICU

EDUCATION OB

INTERSTITIAL

INPATIENT

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HOSPITAL CONCEPT DESIGN: SCENARIO B Team with Luke Davis, Autumn Wines

FRONT ENTRANCE

BACK ENTRANCE

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ATRIUM ON THE FRONT

ATRIUM ON THE BACK

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HOSPITAL CONCEPT DESIGN: SCENARIO B Team with Luke Davis, Autumn Wines

INPATIENT OB EDUCATION CLINIC I. SURGERY O. SURGERY EMERGENCY IMAGING DINING LAB CENTRAL STERILE SERVICE PRIMARY SECONDARY VERTICAL

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B. DEPARTMENTAL SECTION

CLINIC SURGERY CLINIC SERVICE

INPATIENT UNIT INPATIENT UNIT INTERSTITIAL OB OB SURGERY ICU IMAGING EMERGENCY CENTRAL STERILE DINING PARKING


VIEW FROM BACKSIDE

Demo 1

Demo 2

1

2

Build 1

PARKING GARAGE

Demo 3

EXISTING HOSPITAL

EXISTING SURFACE PARKING

3 Build 2A

4 Build 2B

INPATIENT

5

CANCER CENTER

6

7

Build 3

EXPANSION

INITIAL MOVE- OUTPATIENT

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EMBRACING NATURE ——Ambulatory Surgery Center Design

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INTRODUCTION The project is to design an new ambulatory surgery center and an MOB for MUSC (The Medical University of South Carolina) at the outer part of Charleston. Covered with vegetation, the site is hidden from the main road by landscape buffer. To preserve the vegetation, the building has a relatively small building footprint. With a distinguished front entrance, the building shows a welcoming gesture towards the incoming patient. The internal circulation of the building is divided into private and public corridors, with two bridges over the central atrium. The external form of the building is minimal although the program inside is complex. The project provides different open spaces for staff and patients. Each operating room as well as pre/post-op bays have access to daylight. Perforated metal sheet facade gives sense of nature as well as protection from direct sunlight. SITE West Ashley, Charleston, SC TIME Fall 2016, 8950 A+H Design Studio PROFESSOR Byron Edwards ROLE Individual work for outpatient surgery center; Team with Luke Davis and Megan Girvan for pre/post-op prototype

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AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER Individual work

Inspired by the curve of the ro

Ambu

Facing the roa TwoEmbracing volumes the connected with atrium

Inspired by the curve of the road

Variation of space

Bridge for connection

Two volumes connected with atrium Pick-up

Variation of space

Enclosure with glass

Drop-off Staff entrance/ Loading deck

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Site Plan


Pre/post-op

Clinic

Staff

Clinic support

Material circulation

Business/service

Circulation

Imaging

Surgery

Functional stacking

Green space

Public corridor

Open space

Private corridor

Circulation concept

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AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER Individual work 1

2

3

4

5

6

7

A

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown Physician touchdown

96 SF

Physician touchdown Physician touchdown

98 SF

98 SF

Physician touchdown Physician touchdown

95 SF

98 SF

Physician touchdown Physician touchdown

98 SF

98 SF

95 SF

Chiropractor office

DME OFFICE 165 SF

98 SF

Chiropractor 383 SF

163 SF

8

Toilet

Toilet

Toilet

84 SF

75 SF

73 SF

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown

92 SF

92 SF

B

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown

92 SF

92 SF

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown

Physician touchdown

92 SF

92 SF

Physician touchdown

92 SF

92 SF

9 DME

92 SF

Toilet

492 SF

167 SF Toilet

10

137 SF

Work scheduling

PT/OT

381 SF

2193 SF

Computer telephone

Retail lab 565 SF

187 SF

Office

11

187 SF

C

Office 184 SF

Electric room

Office

191 SF

187 SF

12

Office

Rehabilitation garden

Office

187 SF Business office

195 SF

142 SF

Patient toilet

Retail pharmacy

Female locker

88 SF

13

431 SF

757 SF Dictation

Male locker

413 SF

D

381 SF Mechanical 519 SF

Registration

Staff lounge Storage

155 SF

Specimen toilet

434 SF

Staff toilet

294 SF

E

62 SF

96 SF Lab Staff toilet

216 SF

Security

62 SF

Food service

274 SF

Clean

155 SF Pharmacy

Storage

352 SF

468 SF

56 SF

Conference room Exam room

F

1080 SF

131 SF

Exam room 162 SF Storage 607 SF

G

First floor

HI

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

A Storage

Holding toilet

190 SF

Holding room

Patient toilet

199 SF

75 SF

73 SF

Bio hazard

Staff toilet

91 SF

Storage Clean room

334 SF

170 SF

266 SF

229 SF

Staff lounge

Dressing room

133 SF

65 SF

X-ray

Fluoroscopy

339 SF

CT equipment

CT control

167 SF

164 SF

Dressing room

363 SF

MRI

9

65 SF

Office 185 SF

Dressing room

MRI control room

65 SF

216 SF Storage

Control room

127 SF

Office

CT

187 SF

10

Office

389 SF

Storage

556 SF

187 SF

Office

138 SF

185 SF

MRI control room

Office 187 SF

Dressing room

213 SF

60 SF

MRI

C

Storage

8

MRI equipment room

648 SF

Ultra sound

87 SF

73 SF

B

Bone density

Dressing room

648 SF Fluoroscopy

X-ray

MRI equipment room

361 SF

338 SF

Radiologist office

60 SF

269 SF

Office 185 SF

Computer/telephone

Office

192 SF

Dressing room

135 SF

11

Office 187 SF

Reading room

304 SF

187 SF

12

60 SF

Male 401 SF

Copy 235 SF

Female Patient Toilet Prep Tlt Patient toilet Prep Tlt 99 SF 75 SF 125 SF 75 SF

Prep

Prep

Prep

Prep

Prep

Prep

161 SF

163 SF

161 SF

163 SF

163 SF

161 SF

13

502 SF

Prep- recovery

Dictation

336 SF

413 SF

D

Staff lounge

Toilet Consultation

Consultation

678 SF

105 SF

Shared work space

132 SF

Toilet

84 SF

103 SF

Toilet Toilet

84 SF

84 SF

Toilet Registration

Clean

Toilet

84 SF

636 SF

E

Toilet

910 SF

119 SF

57 SF

84 SF

Toilet Toilet

84 SF

84 SF Consultation

F

1056 SF

83 SF

Room Scheduling

114 SF

Building support

Business/service

Toilet

112 SF

Physician touch down

Imaging

Confenrence

419 SF Toilet 93 SF

Staff

Toilet

Circulation

G

115 SF

PT/OT

Second floor HI

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

A Toilet

Office

Office

Toilet

Office

Office

Toilet

111 SF

155 SF

157 SF

113 SF

155 SF

157 SF

91 SF

Toilet Ortho cast room

Ortho cast room

186 SF

91 SF

Dirty Radiologist office 128 SF

Reading

Tech room

Clean

212 SF

155 SF

103 SF

82 SF Dressing

189 SF

8

57 SF Dressing 52 SF Dressing

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

140 SF

119 SF

120 SF

119 SF

120 SF

B

Ortho exam room x-ray

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Infusion Toilet

52 SF Dressing 52 SF

307 SF

140 SF

61 SF Infusion

9

Soil utility 82 SF

Storage 99 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

1

Exam roon

142 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

142 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

Ortho exam room

140 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

140 SF

119 SF

120 SF

119 SF

120 SF

306 SF

140 SF

Toilet

Intake

Toilet

Intake

106 SF

90 SF

90 SF

90 SF

90 SF

Nutrition bay

Toilet

Ortho exam room

60 SF

140 SF

67 SF

Electrical room 265 SF

Fluoroscopy

11 Storage

400 SF

200 SF Ortho cast room

Control room

Ortho exam room

155 SF

Staff Toilet

200 SF

73 SF

126 SF

Ortho exam room Intake

Staff Toilet

61 SF

Ortho exam room

3

10

Infusion

Toilet

139 SF

C

2

x-ray

Ortho exam room

12 Ortho cast room

155 SF Mechanical room

IT

483 SF

200 SF

Consult room

210 SF

167 SF

Ortho cast room

Staff Toilet

200 SF

Ortho exam room

73 SF

13

139 SF Ortho cast room Shared work room

D

213 SF

Shared work room 195 SF

Shared work room

Shared work room

197 SF

195 SF

Toilet

Intake

Storage

94 SF

96 SF

108 SF

Consult room 168 SF

Ortho exam room

139 SF

140 SF

30

4

140 SF

139 SF Consult room

5

168 SF

106 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

139 SF

Ortho exam room

E

184 SF

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Ortho exam room 140 SF

139 SF

140 SF Toilet

176 SF

139 SF

Ortho exam room

6

Clean

Ortho exam room 140 SF

Ortho exam room 167 SF

Ortho exam room

106 SF

Ortho cast room

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 140 SF

140 SF

Intake

175 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

Balcony

Ortho cast room

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Consult room 167 SF

200 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 140 SF

139 SF

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Ortho exam room 170 SF

F


HI

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

A Toilet

Office

Office

Toilet

Office

Office

Toilet

111 SF

155 SF

157 SF

113 SF

155 SF

157 SF

91 SF

Toilet Ortho cast room

Ortho cast room

186 SF

Dirty Radiologist office

91 SF

128 SF

Reading

Tech room

Clean

212 SF

155 SF

103 SF

82 SF Dressing

189 SF

8

57 SF Dressing 52 SF Dressing

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

140 SF

119 SF

120 SF

119 SF

120 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Ortho exam room x-ray

Ortho exam room 139 SF

B

Infusion Toilet

52 SF Dressing 52 SF

307 SF

140 SF

61 SF

9

Soil utility

Infusion

82 SF

Storage 99 SF

142 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Ortho exam room Ortho exam room 140 SF

142 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

120 SF

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

Exam roon

140 SF

119 SF

120 SF

119 SF

120 SF

Toilet

Toilet

Intake

Toilet

Intake

90 SF

90 SF

90 SF

90 SF

Staff Toilet

61 SF

Nutrition bay

Toilet

Ortho exam room

67 SF

Electrical room 265 SF

Fluoroscopy

60 SF

140 SF

11 Storage

400 SF

200 SF Ortho cast room

Control room

Ortho exam room

155 SF

Staff Toilet

200 SF

73 SF

126 SF

Ortho exam room Intake 106 SF

10

Infusion

306 SF

140 SF

Ortho exam room

139 SF

C

x-ray

12 Ortho cast room

155 SF Mechanical room

IT

483 SF

200 SF

Consult room

210 SF

167 SF

Ortho cast room

Staff Toilet

200 SF

Ortho exam room

73 SF

13

139 SF Ortho cast room Shared work room

Shared work room

213 SF

D

Shared work room

195 SF

Shared work room

197 SF

195 SF

Toilet

Intake

Storage

94 SF

96 SF

108 SF

Consult room 168 SF

139 SF

140 SF

140 SF

139 SF

176 SF

139 SF

139 SF

140 SF

140 SF

Ortho exam room 167 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

139 SF

140 SF

170 SF

Ortho exam room 140 SF Toilet

F

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Intake 106 SF

Clean

Ortho exam room 140 SF

Ortho exam room

Toilet 106 SF

Ortho exam room 168 SF

Ortho exam room 140 SF

106 SF

Dirty Intake 106 SF

2

3

4

5

G

Storage

Toilet

236 SF

80 SF

1

E

184 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Intake

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 140 SF

106 SF

Ortho cast room

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room 140 SF

Consult room 168 SF

175 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

Balcony

Ortho cast room

Ortho exam room 139 SF

Consult room 167 SF

200 SF

Ortho exam room

Ortho exam room

6

Third floor 7

A

HI PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

PACU

140 SF

142 SF

142 SF

143 SF

146 SF

142 SF

140 SF

146 SF

146 SF

140 SF

Isolation room 215 SF

Soil utility 107 SF

Staff toilet 106 SF

8

Flex 140 SF

Toilet

Staff lounge

88 SF

B

Toilet Flex

Flex

PACU

133 SF

142 SF

Soil utility

144 SF

89 SF

Flex

72 SF

Equipment

Toilet

102 SF

135 SF

PACU

Toilet

Storage Meeting room

99 SF

68 SF

prep

236 SF

Procedure

Toilet

70 SF

71 SF

Toilet

Toilet

70 SF

71 SF

Toilet

144 SF

72 SF Flex 140 SF

385 SF

197 SF Toilet

PACU

84 SF

81 SF

Toilet

Toilet

Anethesia office

Pharmacy

Toilet

72 SF

143 SF

C

9

399 SF

Flex 141 SF

Toilet

70 SF

71 SF

Toilet

Toilet

67 SF

68 SF

Storage

373 SF

113 SF

Clean-up

10

123 SF Procedure

Soil utility

348 SF

97 SF

11

Consult 147 SF

Skylight

Consult

197 SF

12

146 SF Storage 237 SF Equipment storage 166 SF

D

Consult

Flex

Toilet

Flex

Prep-op

Prep-op

Prep-op

Prep-op

Prep-op

Prep-op

Prep-op

310 SF

138 SF

87 SF

148 SF

133 SF

141 SF

144 SF

147 SF

145 SF

144 SF

141 SF

13

Anesthesiologist work room 191 SF Storage 219 SF

Endoscopy equipment

Induction Equipment storage

365 SF

367 SF

E

510 SF

Balcony

Induction Storage

367 SF Sterilization

327 SF

Clean

159 SF

55 SF Sterilization

Sterilization process

169 SF

166 SF

F

Sterilization process

PACU

Clinic

Pre-op

Clinic support

Staff

Building support

Circulation

Imaging

Surgery

Business

Decontamination

177 SF

178 SF Decontamination 190 SF

Dirty 55 SF

G

Fourth floor HI

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AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER Individual work

Entrance

Lobby

North facade

32

1

2

1

2

South facade


Section 1-1

Section 2-2

Public corridor

Private corridor

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PRE/POST-OP PROTOTYPE Team with Luke Davis, Megan Girvan

PLAN/FLOW DIAGRAM-OPTION 2 • Writing surface: family zone

• Workstation: Best view to patient & family

• Working area: close to patient

• Curtain: protect privacy • Storage: Equipment

• Patient • Staff

20

• Glass door & wall: visibility to the hall way

• Care partner

Unnamed

ELEVATION-OPTION 2

SECTION/AXONOMETRIC-OPTION 2

34

24


SECTION/AXONOMETRIC-OPTION 2

RENDERING-OPTION 2: NURSE VIEW

26

27

35


EXHIBITION PATH ——Regeneration of San Leonardo area

36


INTRODUCTION The north west corner of Mantova was the city gate destroyed during the World War II. In contrast with the rich public life in the tourist area, the San Leonardo area is almost forgotten. The project aims to bring activities back to Piazza San Leonardo. The urban strategy is to design a new axis that connects to the natural scenery unique to Mantova. With abundant resources of Renaissance heritage, Mantova is famous for its artistic tradition. An exhibition building is designed to provide spaces for young artists to exhibit their works and communicate with each other. The design of the building is generated from the consideration of the context and the integration of public space. SITE Piazza San Leonardo, Mantova, Italy TIME Spring 2015, Architectural Design Studio I PROFESSOR Bersani Eleonora, Montanari Elena, Riboldi Sara ROLE Individual work

37


REGENERATION OF SAN LEONARDO AREA Individual work

CULTURAL BUILDING RELIGIONAL BUILDING

38

MAIN COLLECTIN LINE


ENTRANCE RECONNECTION FOR MANTOVA MISSING DOOR CASTELLO DI SAN GIORGIO INDUSTRIAL ZONE

INDUSTRIAL ZONE

CONNECTION OF COLLECTING POINTS PIAZZA SAN LEONARDO PIAZZA BROLLETO

PIAZZA SORDELLO

PLAZZO DEI TE

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REGENERATION OF SAN LEONARDO AREA Individual work

Create connection among the public spaces. A new cultural axis that activates the area.

CREATING NEW CULTURAL COLLECTING POINT NEW CULTURAL SPACE CONTEMPORARY MUSEUM NEW AXIS STREET REORGNZATION ABANDONED BUILDING REFURBISHMENT OF RESIDENCIAL FUCTION

40

The sequence of public spaces in Mantova historical center

The concentration of courtyards in Palazzo Ducale

CONNECTION WITH THE CAMPUS AREA


Public building

Parked places

Residential building library church bar

police station hospital nursing home

cafe

ministry of education

The project area has great presence of public buildings. But the residential character and the lack of activity result in poor street life.

Uncontrolled parking results in the low quality of public space. Residual space

Public green space

Main pedestrian path

Courtyard

Bus line

The conformation of the city wall and the disposition of the buildings creates a residual space.

There is great abundance of green spaces in the projea but lack of connection among them.

NEW CULTURAL FUNCTION EXHIBITION SPACE

WALL REVITALIZATION OPEN MUSEUM

ABANDONED BUILDING REFURBISHMENT OF COMMERCIAL FUCTION

WATERFRONT IMPROVEMENT NEW COLLECTING POINT CONNECTION WITH THE WATER - BRIDGE

CONNECTION WITH THE HISTORICAL CENTRE

41


REGENERATION OF SAN LEONARDO AREA Individual work 1.

Mixed references generate the outline of the new architecture

Orthogonal intepretation of urban context

Orthogonal intepretation within the Piazza San Leonardo, reference church

The entrance through the ancient leeves

The space charateristics of going through

Correlation between the new architecture and the church and the library building.

The highlight of the structural elements on the facade of the church.

2.

3.

42

Conceptual model of volume and the relation with the surroundings

The integration of public space into the building. The arch element.


SITE PLAN

43


REGENERATION OF SAN LEONARDO AREA Individual work

Terrace

Cafe

Shop

Reception Library

Exhibition

Storage

Studio

lecture room

Studio

workshop

Exhibition office

44

GROUND FLOOR 1:800 Exhibition route can be adjusted to the different needs of exhibition

FIRST FLOOR 1:800 Except for the exhibition space, offices and co-working space are on the first floor.

STRUCTURAL CONCEPT Structural grid follows the direction of the church

ROOF PLAN 1:800 Skylight is used instead of windows on the exterior wall.


Circulation concentrates at the north part of the building, where the movement of people brings vitality to the piazza.

Open space on the upper floor provides more chances of interaction with the piazza.

The different depth of space could be observed through the transparent facade.

NORTH FACADE 1:400

45


REGENERATION OF SAN LEONARDO AREA Individual work

46


47


OTHER WORKS ——Professional work / artwork

48


INTRODUCTION This part includes some other works that I made during the years. The first one is the project that I was involved in during my internship at Heinle Wischer und Partner in Berlin. I was making physical models and making design options. I learned Revit in the process and had a great time working in a team. The second one is a project for the course Production & Assemblies at Clemson University. The overhung and double facde of the entrance are designed to provide better public space for the students. Also, as part of my assistantship, I have been working for the AIA/AAH case study libraries, which is an effort to put the best healthcare practice case studies in a standard format, which makes it easier for architects to compare between different design. The fourth spreads are some sketches and artworks that I made. I love traveling and art. It is an important part of my life and I think it will give the design a diffrent quality. TIME 2016.8 till now

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Patientenzimmer

Prinzipien Wettbewerb INTERNSHIP AT HEINLE WISCHER UND PARTNER Internship at Heinle Wischer und Partner, drawings by the project team Separater Eingang

Arztdienstraumebene

Öffentlich zugänglicher Bereich

Baukasten

Neue Mitte

| Essen

Kinderklinik

zentral

Foyer Kinderklinik

Stecken und Schieben

Ausschneiden

Kinderwelt

Massive Schutzwand

> 10 m

Strahlenschutz - Grundrissschema unzugänglich

ordnend Personalumkleiden zentral

Massivdecke

Sicht- und Zugangsschutz

Brücke Perinatalzentrum

Malen

Bausteine

Strahlens

Grünachse

Sicht- und Zugangsschutz

öffentlich zugänglich

Medizinisches Zentrum

Spieldach und Neubau Kinderklinik Nuklearmedizin mit Radiochemie

identitätsstiftend

Perinatalzentrum Personalaufenthalte

Massivdecke

Einsetzen

Baukasten

Massivdecke

Neue Mitte

Bausteine

| Essen

> 10 m

Brücke Perinatalzentrum

Kinderklinik

Foyer

Nuklearmediz

Strahlenschutz - Schnittschema

Foyer Kinderklinik

Stecken und Schieben Stecken und Schieben

10 m

Patientenzimmer

Kinderwelt

Malen Malen

zentral

Kinderklinik Kinderklinik

ordnend

Spiel- / Familienzonen

Universitätsklinikum Essen Heinle Wischer und Partner KIK-Baufeld 1 Freie Architekten

Universitätsklinikum Essen KIK-Baufeld 1

Loggien

Erschließung Ebene 0

"Setzkasten" Erschließungselement

Stapeln

| Essen

Einsetzen

Medizinisches Zentrum

Medizinisches Zentrum

Baukasten

MZ: Notfälle Kinderklinik

zentral

MFZ

ordnend

Malen

Kinderwelt

Neubau Kinderklinik und Nuklearmedizin mit Radiochemie

Empfang

Arztdienst

Separater Eingang

Nuklearmedizin

Perinatalzentrum

Infektiöse

Foyer Loggien

Universitätsklinikum Essen BF1 KIK-Baufeld 1 Kinderklinik (KiK) I

Neue Mitte Stapeln Stapeln

Baukasten Baukasten

Organisationsprinzipien

Kinderklinik

Nuklearmediz

Kinderklinik Personalwelt Treppe zu E1

Spiel- / Familienzonen

Baufeld 1

Foyer

Medizinisches Zentrum

Kinderklinik

Baufeld 1 Kinderklinik

Kinderklinik

Grünachse

Liegendkranke

identitätsstiftend

822036 Neue Mitte Haupteingang MZ und KIK

Ausschneiden Ausschneiden

Klare vertikale Teilung Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

Einsetzen Einsetzen

Bausteine

Nuklearmedizin - Strahlenschutz

Frauenklinik

Alte Kinderklinik

BF2 Kinderklinik I (KiK)

Kinderwelt

Grünachse

BF3 Nuklearmedizin (NUM) und Radiochemie (RC)

identität

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

Spieldach

Orientierung z

Personalumkleiden

10

Schleusen Personal / Material Personalaufenthalte

Nuklearmedizinische Diagnostik

Personalwelt

Kinderklinik

Spieldach

Arztdienstraumebene

Separater Eingang

10

Nuklearmedizinische Therapie Spiel- / Familienzonen Nuklearmedizinische Pflege

3

8

Eingangsbereich / Leitstelle

"Setzkasten" Erschließungselement

>

Brücke Perinatalzentrum Separater Eingang

Einsetzen

Nuklearmedizin - Eine Ebene

Strahlenschut

3

Foyer Kinderklinik Stapeln

Stecken und Schieben

Ausschneiden

unzu

Foyer Personalumkleiden zentral

Personalaufenthalte

Spiel- / Familienzonen

Personalwelt

Massivdecke

Patientenzimmer Nuklearmedizin

10

Patientenzimmer Loggien

Massivdecke

Orientierung Brücke Perinatalzentrum

Stapeln

zur Grünachse

Strahlenschut Stecken und Schieben

Foyer Kinderklinik Malen

Massive Schutzwand

Ausschneiden

Patientenzimmer Nuklearmedizin Loggien Patienten

Personalwelt

10 m

Unzugänglicher Bereich Arztdienstraumebene

Separater Eingang

Personalaufenthalte Öffentlich zugänglicher Bereich Sicht- und Zugangsschutz

Universitätsklinikum Essen KIK-Baufeld 1

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

Organisationsprinzip

Universitätsklinikum Essen KIK-Baufeld 1

Personalumkleiden zentral

Malen

Heinle Wischer und Partner Schutzwand Massive Freie Architekten

> 10 m

Zentraler Stützpunkt, Orientierung aller Zimmer nach Wettbewerb außen

Ausschneiden

besondereStrahlenschutz Tageslichtsituationen - Grundrissschema unzugänglich

Sicht- und Zugangsschutz

öffentlich zugänglich

Entwurfsplanung

Foyer Kinderklinik

Stecken und Schieben

Kinderklinik Personalaufenthalte

Massivdecke 10 m

Patientenzimmer

9

Massivdecke

> 10 m

Brücke Perinatalzentrum

Strahlenschutz - Schnittschema Stecken und Schieben

Foyer Kinderklinik

Malen Kinderklinik

50

S

4

5


Universitätsklinikum Essen KIK-Baufeld 1

9

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

B

Verbindung außen - innen

1,18

1,05

chnitt und Ansicht

1

E4 OKFF +16,05

65

20

35

50

2

C

2,20

3,05

3,60

3,55

4,05

70

C

E3 20 5 20

65 70 4,05

2,20

3,05

3,60

3,55

innen

außen

35

50

E3 OKFF +12,15

E2 20 5 20

Grundr

8

9

65

35

50

E2 OKFF +8,10

3,60

3,55

4,05

70

1 3,05

2

2,20

E1 65

92

35

50

20

E1 OKFF +4,05

Vorrang haben die zur Planung zugehörigen Konzepte: Schallschutz, Wärmeschutz, Brandschutz sowie Statik

Code

C

BF1-FA-LB-20 Übersichtsplan

K8 ser

26 BF3

Straße

29 BF1

Straße C

Straße B1

Hohlwe

g

Holsterhau

innen

Änderung

9

außen

Diese Unterlage ist urheberrechtlich geschützt. Ihre Vervielfältigung, Mitteilung oder Überlassung an Dritte, sowie die Verwertung ohne unser schriftliches Einverständnis ist untersagt und verstößt gegen den Paragraphen 106 ff. UrhG und Paragraph 18 UWG und Paragraph 3 Absatz 6 VOB/B.

Straße A

30 BF2

55

Straße D

Projekt

1

Universitätsklinikum Essen - KIK Kinderklinik Planungsphase

Genehmigungsplanung Spezifikation/Gewerk

1,20

Baufeld 1/Haus 29

2,10

2,10

1,20

Planinhalt

1,425

1,725

Plannummer

Index

Status

131-KiK-AR-3.1-BF1-FA-LB-20

3,75

Erstelldatum

Maßstab

17.07.2017

1:20

Indexdatum

Format

Dateiname

Gefertigt

Geprüft

131-KiK-AR-4-BF1-Zentraldatei

mz/jst

es/gs

Bauherr

Architekt

Universitätsklinikum Essen Anstalt des öffentlichen Rechts

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten GbR

Hufelandstraße 55 D-45122 Essen Telefon +49 201 723-0

Gutenbergstraße 4 D-10587 Berlin Telefon +49 30 399920-0 Telefax +49 30 399920-10 131-knr@heinlewischerpartner.de

Generalplaner

Fachplaner

24

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

Schnitt

Heinle Wischer Gesellschaft für Generalplanung mbH

3,75

20 5 20

B

C

20 5 20

Prinzip Loggiabox

Fassadenschnitt Loggiabox

20

Universitätsklinikum Essen KIK-Baufeld 1

Gutenbergstraße 4 D-10587 Berlin Telefon +49 30 399920-0 Telefax +49 30 399920-10 131-knr@Heinlewischerpartner.de

9

Heinle Wischer und Partner Freie Architekten

FACADE SECTION FACADE PLAN

Schnitt

Grundriss 32

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RENOVATION OF LEE HALL II ENTRANCE Team with Yin Xia, Jessica Shultz

REDESIGNING CONCEPT

EXISTING CONDITION MAJOR EXISTING PROBLEMS

PUSH ENTRANCE 1 Push01.Entrance OutOUT RECESSED TOO MUCH FROM THE MAIN ROAD

ADD SUN SHADING STRATEGY 2 Add sun02.shading strategy

NOT EASY TO SEE / FIND IT

MAIN PROBLEM

03. KEEPbelt" “LIGHT into BELT” interior INTO INTERIOR SPACE 3 Keep "light space

BEFORE

AFTER

EXISTING ELEVATION

EXISTING PLAN

FIRE EXIT

A

A

EXISTING SECTION

CORRIDOR

ORIGINAL WEST FACADE

A

A

ENTRANCE OF LEE II

AUDITORIUM

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ORIGINAL PLAN

ORIGINAL SECTION A-A

SECTION A-A


REDESIGNING ELEVATION

REDE

REDESIGNING PLAN A

B

A

B

FIRE EXIT

REDESIGNED WEST FACADE

SECTION B-B

CORRIDOR

ENTRANCE OF LEE II

A

A

LOBBY & LOUNGE

B

B

AUDITORIUM

SECTION A-A

REDESIGNED PLAN

EXISTING DETAILS

REDESIGNED SECTION A-A

REDESIGNING DETAILS

REDESIGNING VIEWS

ORIGINAL DETAIL SECTION

RENDER 1

REDESIGNING VIEWS

REDESIGNED DETAIL SECTION A-A

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AIA/AAH CASE STUDY LIBRARY EFFORT Under the guidance of Byron Edwards Seattle Children’s South Clinic

LOGO ON FACADE OF FACILITY

Federal Way, Washington SQ FT 37,000 BGSF Clinic Building

OWNER/AFFILIATION Seattle Children’s

COMPLETION DATE June 2015

ARCHITECT(S) ZGF Architects LLP

BASKETBALL COURT

CORRIDOR WITH PLAYFUL GRAPHIC

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SITE MAP ABOUT | DESIGN INTENTIONS

FRONT FACADE PERSPECTIVE

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CHILDREN’S PLAY ROOM

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Seattle Children’s South Clinic advances the current hub-andspoke model of healthcare that brings outpatient services closer to patients in their communities to offer more responsive care while reducing demand for acute care services. The clinic was designed with a focus on patient flow so providers can serve patients quickly and efficiently. Located in the Seattle suburb of Federal Way and within a shopping center—with existing parking and adjacent community destinations—the design adapts a former Circuit City store into a 37,000-square-foot outpatient clinic that houses urgent care, occupational and physical therapy, and a number of specialty services.

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Image by Aaron Leitz from ZGF architects

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Seattle Children’s South Clinic Federal Way, Washington

“ BRINGS outpatient pediatric services closer to patients in their communities”

STRATEGIES

SITE PLAN

STRATEGIES

Adaptive Reuse

LEAN Approach To maximize staff efficiency and patient experience, the design team used a LEAN approach to plan the clinic and its functions. By identifying opportunities to minimize waste, the design team was able to improve efficiency and optimize patient outcomes. Key design decisions that improved operational performance included the reduction of patient and staff travel distances, a decrease in storage space, and a decrease in the total number of specialty treatment rooms—from 20 to just 5.

Layering of bold colors

The opportunity to adaptively reuse an existing building—an abandoned big box—located in the heart of this suburban Seattle community proved fortuitous because the structure facilitates a flexible design, yet there were challenges to overcome. Retrofitting a former retail building into a state-of-the-art healthcare facility required meeting and exceeding higher benchmarks for mechanical and electrical systems, increased access to daylight, and environmental abatement. services.

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The resulting design is a remarkable success: It improves staff workflows and the patient experience while reducing costs and waste. The design has been selected as the prototype for ensuing Seattle Children’s clinics now in development in the Puget Sound region.

FRONT FACADE

The interior environment features a cool color palette throughout the lobby with a custom wood wall to replicate the bridge.

Address this projects ecological impact by describing the projected pre-development environmental footprint and comparing it to the footprint of proposed development. Consider how this project exhibits improvements in the quality of life, the environment. The technical advancement of design systems (if applicable), and the surrounding community?

Perforated exterior skin The new entry facade includes custom, perforated metal panels that cover the existing concrete tilt-up panels of the former Circuit City to create texture and allow sunlight to shine through.

Creative exterior iconography Creative exterior iconography signs engage the building facade and the landscape path.

PEDIATRIC EXAM ROOM

LOBBY/CHECK-IN NORTH

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Seattle Children’s South Clinic Federal Way, Washington

TRAVEL DISTANCE ANALYSIS

FACILITIES UPGRADES

GROUND LEVEL:

The project’s adaptation of a former retail building is environmentally conscious and indicative of a decentralization of healthcare delivery, which increasingly posits healthcare facilities in the framework of retail developments. This design sustainably renovates an existing facility while increasing healthcare access and economic development in Federal Way, WA. A retail store is not equipped with the extensive electrical and mechanical systems necessary for exam rooms or labs; those utilities would need to be added or overhauled. Facilitating these upgrades in a space with a 25-foot floor-toceiling height included the creation of an internal structural frame to support mechanical and electrical improvements and provide the basis for a lowered, 10-foot ceiling plane for experiential comfort.

VIEW OF ATRIUM LOBBY AND STAIRS

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B

C

Registration/Waiting

2,767 SF

Work cores A/B

1264 SF

Work core C

1275 SF

Last, a seismic upgrade’s bracing supports this frame while strengthening the building envelope to facilitate punched windows in Circuit City’s once opaque building skin for increased daylight access. KEY SPACES: ▶ Exam Rooms (108sf) ▶ Special procedure room (184sf) ▶ Staff Work area (97sf) ▶ Staff Work core (1323sf) ▶ Consult Rooms (91-100 sf) ▶ Conference Rooms (357-502 sf) DEPARTMENTAL GROSS SQUARE FOOT TAKE-OFFS Net Patient Care 6849 SF Registration/Waiting 2516 SF Staff Work Area 11801 SF Functional Gym/Rehabilitation Gym 2059 SF

KEY SPACE : 6,831 SF

First, its implementation of Lean design principles reduces stress and uncertainty for patients and staff. Adjacencies among patient care modules and specialty services expedite treatment, resulting in efficient visits. Example: The entrance, radiology, and pharmacy align with the urgent care module, anticipating critical flows. Second, because healthcare facilities require higher benchmarks for infrastructure than retail buildings, a custom internal frame supports extensive electrical and mechanical equipment. The loft-like frame clears the one-story building of monuments, eliminating added structural constraints and supporting Lean principles of flexibility and adaptability.

This internal frame also works in concert with a seismic upgrade, which facilitated the punching of much greater fenestration into the building envelope.

Patient Care

Advancing Flexibility and Expandability:

Gross 8686 SF 2762 SF 13449 SF 2283 SF

TRAVEL DISTANCE ANALYSIS Patient 41ft - 215ft

Functional Gym/Rehabilitation Gym 4,284 SF

Family 41ft - 215ft Staff 37ft - 263ft

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Note: “Departmental Square footages take-off based on ‘Analysis of Departmental Area in Contemporary Hospitals calculation methodologies & Design Factors Report, 2014

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Seattle Children’s South Clinic Federal Way, Washington

AIA/AAH DESIGN AWARD WINNER

IMPROVING OVERALL OUTCOMES

Category: Innovations in Planning and Design Research, Built and Unbuilt

Seattle Children’s existing clinic in Federal Way, Washington, did not conveniently and comprehensively serve families in Washington State’s South Puget Sound region. The desire to better serve this populous and growing area drove the decision to expand.

JURY COMMENT ▶The jury applauds the transformation of a big box retail store into a simple, sophisticated and elegant healthcare clinic. ▶From ideation to execution the layering of color and perforated skin adds architectural quality to the façade. ▶The iconography is playful without being childish welcoming patients and families into the building. ▶The selective use of color is balanced with a wood screen wall which anchors the interior space. ▶Visibility into the basketball court from the waiting area and benches along the corridor are a nice touch.

The opportunity to adaptively reuse an existing building to create a new clinic, located in the heart of this community, proved fortuitous because the structure of the former big box facilitates a flexible design—easily adaptable and expandable. It’s one story and clear spans allow for the incorporation of many specialty services and medical equipment, given the 30-mile distance from Seattle Children’s acute care hub in Seattle. The adaptable design of this clinic today not only serves the needs of the South Sound, but has become the prototype for future Seattle Children’s clinics regionwide.

“...opportunity to adaptively reuse an existing building to create a new clinic, located in the heart of this community, proved fortuitous because the structure of the former big box facilitates a flexible design”

PROJECT SUMMARY: Project: Seattle Children’s Hospital, South Clinic Project location: Seattle, Washington Owner/Client: Seattle Children’s Hospital Architect: ZGF Architects LLP Construction manager: Owners Project Resources Structural engineer: Coughlin Porter Lundeen General contractor: Aldrich & Associates, Inc. MEP engineer: Affiliated Engineers, Inc. Acoustics: Sparling Photographs/Illustrations: Aaron Leitz Construction cost: $16,000,000 Building area GSF: 37,000 SF Cost per square foot: $432/SF Construction start date: August 2014 Substantial completion date: June 2015

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PRACTICE

RESEARCH

UCLA Outpatient Surgery and Oncology Center Santa Monica, California SQ FT 58,651 BGSF Clinic Building 73,736 BGSF Parking Garage

OWNER/AFFILIATION UCLA Medical Center Health System

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UCLA PATIENT VISITS Unknown

ARCHITECT(S) Michael W. Folonis Architects (MWFA)

BRIDGING

WAITING AREA

INTERIOR VIEW

MAIN ENTRANCE - NIGHT VIEW

PERSEPECTIVE VIEW Image Sources: http://www.folonisarchitects.com/ucla-1/ http://www.archdaily.com/388708/ucla-outpatient-surgery-and-oncology-center-michael-w-folonis-architects

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THE GAP

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