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IN DE carlos eduardo hernรกndez architectural design


Carlos Eduardo Hernández M. LEED A.P. architectural design Education

Experience

9. 2004 – 9. 2008

Southern California Institute of Architecture Bachelor of Architecture

9. 2002 – 9. 2004

Woodbury University / Mesa College San Diego Ca Architectural Transfer studies

9. 2000 – 6. 2002

San Diego Mesa college / San Diego Ca Associates Degree in Transfer Studies

7. 2008 — present

Micah Heimlich Design / Los Angeles Ca Design Assistant Prepared construction documents and 3d visualizations for multiple home remodels. Created planting plans and developed code analysis reports.

4. 2007 – 7. 2007

HplusF Design, Hodgetts + Fung, / Culver City Ca Administrative Assistant / Design Intern Developed archive of office projects. Photoshop and graphic work for marketing purposes. Created 3d models and renderings.

6. 2006 – 8. 2006

Mackler + Echt associates / Culver City Ca Cad Drafter / Internship Prepared space planes for offices and large multi-disciplinary firm. Assembled as-built docs.

5. 2005 – 8. 2005

Zellner Plus / Hollywood Ca Design Internship Planned bar design for the red cat gallery at the disney concert hall. Participated in design and construction documents for various small to mid-size art galleries

Competence

schematic design / design development construction documents / rhino 4.0 autodesk maya 2009 / autocad 2009 vray for rhino / maxwell render / adobe cs4 digital fabrication / microsoft office / bilingual

Certification

7. 2009

achieved leed certification by usgbc

Recognition

9. 2006 – 5. 2008

recipient of the sci–arc scholarship

9. 2008

recipient of the sci–arc service award

References

available upon request

Carlos Eduardo Hernández LEED A.P. architectural design

1427 e. 4th street suite 15 los angeles ca 90033 1 + 619 666 0790 carlos.e.h@gmail.com résumé date released 12. 2009


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SCI_ARC SP. 2008

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SCI_ARC SP. 2008

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border blur

site plan

The thesis focuses on the most unyielding borderline between us. Boundaries that belong to nations, states, and systems. This thesis seeks to produce an architecture that is derived from the segregation of two nations. With a focus on the San Diego/ Tijuana border region, the complex site is composed of a river valley, varied wildlife, and a federal/state park. The site is bordered by the rapidly growing city of Tijuana composed of informal development and a body of daily crossing immigrants that make a strong workforce for San Diego.

This is all divided by a series of walls, trenches, and tunnels, infused with some of the most advanced technologies. The Tijuana River penetrates in and out of the border creating a more natural boundary than the geometrical one that already exists. My thesis seeks to create an architecture that intensifies the existing conditions of the Tijuana estuary in order to promote a shifting boundary that is more fit and natural for the area.

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perspective section

In order to open a discussion on borders and their effects on society, it is important to understand what borders are. Borders are geographic boundaries of political entities or legal, jurisdictions, such as governments, states or subnational administrative divisions (Wikipedia 2007). They can be characterized as buffer zones or as complex sites that communicates social and spatial differences. These phenomenons occur around the world in a variety of ways and in many times architecture is involved and used as a tool to segregate. Borders are separation devices; it is hard to look past their harsh purpose. One such barrier was the Berlin wall; it served to divide West Germany and East Germany. Completely closing both sides for 28 years. (From 8/1961 to 10/1989). Constructed by the East German administration in order to prevent the exhaust of labor and economic output due to the large number of skilled laborers relocating from East to West. This migration of workers was due to the rewarding opportunities available during the rebuilding of Western Europe with the support of the Marshal Plan. The dividing wall split families apart, and left East Berliers without jobs and with little opportunities for financial progress. There is a direct correlation with the behavior of workers migrating within the US/Mexico Border. It is more of a daily movement back and forth everyday but still it drains many of the educated

professionals in search of higher pay across the border. There is also a segregation of families due to the difficulty of crossing the border with its long border waits. Borders don’t always separate nations but many times they also divide social classes. There are also socio economical borders formed and manifested through architecture. For example, the barrios of Caracas Venezuela, which houses 60% of Venezuela’s population. It is an agglomeration of spontaneous urban growth, cities overlapping cities within a bigger city. Pairing the rich and poor side by side. This is a building process that excludes the architect and takes on its own development. Similarly Favelas in Brazil mark a sharp division between the rich and poor. Unlike Caracas, which is made up of people from the countryside moving into the city, the favelas are the cause of a large segment of the population being displaced. Similar characteristics are seen in the US/Mexico borders were un-planed urban deformation came about. The growth is so rapid and spontaneous that the city infrastructure cannot keep up. Leading to similar settlements like the ones seen in Caracas or in the Favelas. Borders also occur within cities and can be blamed on various forms of infrastructure. An example of this could be the Los Angeles River. It is amazing how a large channel can influence and divide, pretty much marking the East from the West of LA The river affects the surrounding communities by limiting their interaction. The people from East Los Angeles seem to have very little interchange with the neighboring art’s district. It is rare to see a family from east LA attending art openings at the brewery, or in china town. Likewise

it is not very common to see artists attending the fiestas hosted in some of the Plaza’s in East LA. The Belmont tunnel also served as a divider of two communities while trying to join the North and South. The tunnel divided downtown from Echo park one community richer the other poorer. This division also occurred from top to bottom creating a transient community underground. Once not in use the site served as a place for different cultural expressions to take form. The separation between US and Mexico has also led to a development of a community of artists, urbanist, theorists, and architects. That are both deeply intrigued and fascinated by what occurs in that region. Creating an interchange between both sides of the border, INsite is a good example of an ongoing project that unites all sorts of professionals in these fields. Borders are powerful, they are man made and extremely influential. I am interested in an architecture that is borderless or attempts to blur the borders that separate communities. By breaking down borders there is a possibility of larger interchange, a possibility of uniting. Separation seems to have some immediate positve effects in some cases, but in long terms I believe it is better to join heads. In order to think together of more positive, peaceful, and productive ways of living and coexisting.

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SCI_ARC SP. 2008

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The infrastructural network proposed in this project materializes the existing complex systems with in the site. Composed of security systems such as cameras, radar, and motion sensors. With a secondary system that monitors the ecology of the river valley, such as water samplers, wind, and temperature monitors. These are conceptual maquette’s of the materialization of these mechanisms.

Infrastructural network maquettes

CNC Mill Site Model

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Lights

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DESIGN THESIS

SCI_ARC SP. 2008

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River Climate Logger

Heat Detectors Motion Sensor

Surface Temperature Meter Sensors

Bottom Temperature Meter/ Water Speedometer

Rain Logger

Soil Sampler

site plan

process diagram

site layers

Existing Security and Ecological Technology

Movement Sensor Climate Logger reciever High Def. Camera data sent to:

UCSD/Border Patrol

Lights

River Climate Logger

Heat Detectors Motion Sensor

Surface Temperature Meter Sensors

Bottom Temperature Meter/ Water Speedometer

Rain Logger

Soil Sampler

systems diagram

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* DESIGN 4A FACTORY DESIGN

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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fabbric(itt)a

Factory design and production methods have morphed into more advanced means of production. The image of the factory being covered in oil and filled with steam has changed due to the implementation of technology. In many cases, factories have played large roles in the growth and development of small towns and eventually cities, such as Detroit and even caused the pitfalls of others, like Flint, Michigan. The places of production in the Alameda Corridor, however, have a negated existence; there is a quite distanced relationship from the communities surrounding it and its residents. Many of the products and materials we see in everyday environments (such as fresh produce, industrial goods and fabrics) in our city come from the Alameda Corridor, yet the factories have become ghost elements in our perception of where things come from. This thesis seeks to create a dialogue between community and place of production: in this case, a place of production of architecture – or “architecture

Situation Plan

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making architecture.” Communities such as the Arts district and Boyle Heights in the same area lend a great opportunity to begin implementing community-oriented program into this industrial landscape. In a series of phases, the factory begins as a place of production for a pre-fabricated bridging system. The factory then uses elements of “itself” to literally extend to the surrounding communities and connect them in the form of a pedestrian/cyclist bridge between the west and east bank of the LA river. The factory serves as a passing point along the bridge with exposed-glass production rooms viewable to pedestrians, infusing the users into the culture of factory production. The factory also proposes an extension of the metro gold line east LA to revitalize the area and broaden the public exposed to the show case. The factory and bridge seek to establish instances of production and activity to convey, promote, and revitalize the industrial landscape.


* DESIGN 4A FACTORY DESIGN

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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1 - lobby/Gallery 2 - kitchen 3 - planning rooms 4 - control room 5 - offices 6 - restrooms 7- truck Loading 8 - storage

1 - meeting room 2 - office 3 - welding 4 - crane to first floor

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A. Pedestrian Bridge B. Los Angeles River C. Main factroy building

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Bridge Section AA Stairs

Structural beam

Secondary struct.

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Exploded Axon.


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Bridge elevation

Bridge plan

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factory & bridge birds eye

view from bridge

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* DESIGN 4A FACTORY DESIGN

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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The bridge is composed of custom extruded steel plates(ribs) at the bottom that are cross braced together. These “ribs� support the floor package for the bridge and also and are eventually tied to the main structure at opposite extremities. The hand rails are also attached to the same system. There is a center conduit that carries all the mechanical systems required to maintain the bridge.

axo-section

bridge south perspective

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* DESIGN 5A ASIAN/LATIN FACADE

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

latin/asian fusion

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academic work samples

The faรงade is designed for a three story office building. The project brief emphasized the fact that the Latino and Asian population is the largest growing ethnic group in the United States. The Project site was in the Little Tokyo area in down town Los Angeles. The faรงade was designed to represent both of these cultures. This was achieved through the use of material, in this case the stone bearing resemblance to the great pyramids of the Aztecs and the copper meant to resemble Asian culture.


* DESIGN 5A ASIAN/LATIN FACADE

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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1 - Stone Beams 2 - I-beam 3 - Concrete Floor 4 - Copper Structure 5 - Glass 5 3 1

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Facade Section

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SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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View from interior

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View from interior

Facade Detail

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* DESIGN 5A JUNK SCULPTURE

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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Junk sculpture

The junk sculpture excercise was meant to be a composition of found (junk) objects that would reappropriate meaning to everyday objects and transform them into transcendental objects. By the use of collaging in two and three dimensions, it allowed a more free form of architectural composition and expression in our subsequent projects. (See PCH Bridge project)

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* DESIGN 5A JUNK SCULPTURE

SCI_ARC FALL 2008

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Untitled car stereo speaker, gear, pvc joint, dried branch, wire fence remnant, electrical cables.

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* STEPHANIE SMITH VERTICAL STUDIO

SCI_ARC SP. 2007

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The Plug-In

Section through Plug showing expanding accordion sections

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* STEPHANIE SMITH VERTICAL STUDIO

This prefab unit plugs into a standard- size single car garage and can expand or contract according to the user’s needs. As a spatial extension of the garage, it can be converted into a creative space, studio, office, etc. The Plug would be made of varying prefab high density plastic sections, each serving different purposes, such as storage, entertainment, or seating niches. The pieces can be switched in and out as the user pleases, and reassembled on a steel frame chassis. The sections are then closed off with accordionlike waterproof membranes. The plug can become highly versatile as the live/work culture becomes more predominant. This product is a response to several architectural and socioeconomic problems, obviously tied to issues of user-controlled architecture, reduction of commuter pollution, and mass costumization.

SCI_ARC SP. 2007

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Storage

Entertainment

Bookshelf

Reading seat Book niche

Mass customization, in marketing, manufacturing, call centres and management, is the use of flexible computer-aided manufacturing systems to produce custom output. Those systems combine the low unit costs of mass production processes with the flexibility of individual customization. Why not apply these same ideas to architecture?

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* STEPHANIE SMITH VERTICAL STUDIO

There is a population of creative individuals that exists with in the suburban context. They vary in fields from, painting. Photography, writing, etc. Although they might not practice professionally, they are devoted hobbyists. This group of people deserve spaces that are innovative and liberating, allowing them to produce great work in the comfort of their homes. Pro Dwell proposes having a space in a back yard or garage that sets the stage for creative production. The design embodies the image a typical pitches roof house. But then gets broken up through process of opening and unfolding once ir arrives on site. Pro Dwell offers customizable vacuum formed furnishings that cater to the needs of creative individuals.

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* STEPHANIE SMITH VERTICAL STUDIO

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* Competitions 2010 - 2011

invasive infrastucture

The site for the future clean-tech corridor of Los Angeles is positioned along the river, in a heavily industrial manufacturing zone. Los Angeles is the largest manufacturing center in the United States, with nearly a half a million workers employed in this sector. At present the industry within the site is predominantly wholesale distribution, fabricated metals, recycling, transportation and textiles. To the advantage of these companies, the site is enveloped in a network of transportation infrastructures (freeways, rail lines, roadways, and elevated/sunken corridors). And yet this conglomeration of circulation effectively separates the industry from the public and the pedestrian. Such that despite its close proximity, the site feels isolated and cut off from much of the atmosphere of downtown. As an exercise to understand the site beyond initial impressions, existing patterns of development, infrastructures, and movement were mapped. Diagrammatically these illustrations provide a means of evaluating the fabric of the site, and in tern indicating areas for intervention, which will initiate transformation. Four areas along the transformation. Four areas along the disturbances that would allow for initial “invasion”. The sites were given an identity through the proposal of different clean-tech industries, which serve as catalysts for future growth and development. Mimicking nature these locals grow over time, feeding into one

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another, and eventually connecting the linear site into a cohesive corridor. Transitioning from the conceptual, the design is implemented as a series of projects that occur in stages to insure economic, social and cultural viability. In the early phases, clean-tech companies are introduced locally, helping to recognize patterns of industry and introduce the integration of public space to the site. In addition to these new footprints, existing buildings are retrofitted and reused, helping to establish a residential and commercial component. As this develops, the train tracks and routes are reconfigured, allowing for this infrastructure to “invade” new territories, while continuing to facilitate the movement of people and products. The tracks used for shipments, as well as the proposed high speed rail line, are redirected along the east side of the LA River, and at times east side of the LA River, and at times inhibited access to the river. Following this stage, the landscape itself begins to more aggressively “invade” the site. Green corridors along streets are reinforced through the transformation of the opened river waterfront. While maintaining its urban character the river becomes an amenity – invasive infrastructure designed for the public, which connects either side of the site. Throughout the phasing process, proposed open space becomes more readily available. In designing for these areas, the concept of open space

professional work samples

was rethought. Rather than ambiguous green spaces inserted to “fill in” the voids, these spaces are created in association with the clean-tech industries. They become destinations for the public and provide identity to the forming districts , showcasing exhibitions of , showcasing exhibitions of research endeavors. Thus they begin to integrate education, research, and artistic creation, with the public and private sector. At the most localized scale, buildings are introduced, repurposed, or enveloped into an integrated campus. Strategies for sustainability and building efficiency are applied as part of the façade or roof, while other interventions begin to transition between the interior and exterior (or the architecture and the landscape). This is seen through the introduction of green houses, the extension of the building into the open space, and the exhibition of infrastructure like wind turbines, solar panel arrays, and algae farming. In a sense, the disturbance is already underway in the form of the idea and proposal for a clean-tech corridor. What is left is the introduction of its design and the strategy for its “invasion.”


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* Competitions 2010 - 2011

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Building Section

Urban Scale Section

Program diagram

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1. Building Footprint

LOCAL MASTER PLAN

Primary Architecture

Supporting Buildings

CLEAN TECH PLAZA BUILDING FACILITY SOLAR PANEL ROOFTOPS

PEDESTRIAN BRIDGE

2. Open Space Typologies

RIVER ACCESS RETROFITTED TRAIN TURN TABLE

Plaza/Public Gathering

TRUCK LOADING AND UNLOADING

Linear Open Space

SUPPORTING BUILDING FACILITIES

3. Pedestrian Circulation Invasive Indrastrucutre a top Existing Buildings: A Productive and Public Retrofit

Pedestrian Circulation

WALKWAY

SEAT WALL BIOFUEL ALGAE CULTIVATION

4. Vehicular Circulation Street Car Line

Primary Vehicle Route

Truck Distribution Rail Lines

Site Diagrams

Factory with building adaptation

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FortTilden field house

Pool Interior View

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professional work samples


* Competitions 2010 - 2011

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Stadium View with portal providing access to other side of stdium

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

CIRCA 2009

professional work samples

Deck House Design: Design Investigations 3dM & drawings: Carlos E. Hernรกndez

Birds eye view

Site plan

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

CIRCA 2009

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Section axon

West elevation perspective

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

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CIRCA 2009

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

CIRCA 2009

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

CIRCA 2009

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Exploded Axonometric

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* SILVERLAKE RESIDENCE

CIRCA 2009

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Axonometric section

Site Section

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fuyang beihzi

* SWA 2010 - 2011

professional work samples

Design & Detail: Carlos E. Hernรกndez

china

hung deck bridge

Bridge construction photo

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1 - Steel arch beam 2 - Welded hanger 3 - Structural cable 4 - Mechanicly Fastened hand rail 5 - Galvinized steel bar grating 6 - Suspended steel floor joist Bridge Perspective

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* SWA 2010 - 2011

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Plan

Elevation

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* SWA 2010 - 2011

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Design & Detail: Carlos E. Hernรกndez Truss Bridge Construction

Truss Bridge elevation

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Bridge Section

Truss Bridge Concept Model


* SWA 2010 - 2011

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Plan

Frame plan

Truss Bridge

Bridge Deck

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Gabion pavilion

Gabion pavilion (under construction) Design & Detail: Carlos E. Hernández Woonghee Lee

Water jet cut corten steel Design Documentation Set

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Roof Plan

Longitudinal Section 不可施工 NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SWA

Section Details

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professional work samples

Brick Cafe

Design & Detail: Carlos E. Hernández

Brick cafe (under construction)

Woonghee Lee

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Elevation 不可施工 NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SWA

Details

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Elevations

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* SWA 2010 - 2011

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Corten Restroom

Corten Restroom (under construction)

Design & Detail: Carlos E. HernándezWoonghee Lee

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Wood Pavilion

Wood pavilion perspective

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Design Documentation Set 不可施工 NOT FOR CONSTRUCTION SWA

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Details

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Study Model

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3d Model

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Canopy Plan

Axonometric Diagram

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Section


* SWA 2010 - 2011

Canopy Model

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Guiyang River Corridor

河流廊道概念总平面图/River Corridor Conceptual Master Plan 放大 Enlargement 9

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River Corridor Master Plan

Guiyang, China

贵阳,中国

CLIENT: Zhongtian Urban Development Group Urban Exploration Co.,Ltd.

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滨河大道系统 River Promenade System 步行道 Sidewalk

与相邻广场一致铺装 Same As Adjacent Paving

乔木 Tree

3M

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人行步道 自行车道 Pedestrian Bycicle Lane 3M 1.5 M

乔木 Tree

机动车道 Driveway

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步行道剖面_A SIDEWALK SECION_A Sidewalk Section A

自行车道 Bycicle Lane 种植 Planting 座椅 Seating 行道树 Street Tree

滨河大道系统 River Promenade System

步行道平面_A SIDEWALK PLAN_A Sidewalk Plan A 3M

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Guiyang, China

贵阳,中国

CLIENT: Zhongtian Urban Development Group Urban Exploration Co.,Ltd.

生态种植 Bioswale

乔木 Tree 3M

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人行步道 自行车道 乔木 Pedestrian Bycicle Lane Tree 3M 1.5 M 2M

步行道 Sidewalk

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机动车道 Driveway

步行道剖面_B SIDEWALK SECION_B Sidewalk Section B

行道树 Street Tree 自行车道 Bycicle Lane 生态种植带 Bioswale 人行道 pedestrian 生态种植池 Bioswale Planter 座椅 Seating 3M

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贵阳,中国

CLIENT: Zhongtian Urban Development Group Urban Exploration Co.,Ltd.

Site Sections

步行道平面_B Sidewalk Plan B SIDEWALK PLAN_B

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剖面透视图5 Sectional Perspective 5 森林蜿蜒步道 Forest Meandering Trail

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5号坝:室外剧场/自然石块 #5Dam: Amphitheater/ Rock-form Dam 水东路 Shuidong Road

室外剧场 Amphitheater

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南明河 Nanming River

森林与蜿蜒路径 Forest and Meandering Trail

软质河岸 Soft Edge

贵阳,中国

CLIENT: Zhongtian Urban Development Group Urban Exploration Co.,Ltd.

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裸露与强化的吟唱石块 Exposed and Enhanced Singing Rock

南明生态径 2 Nanming Eco-Trail

多功能通道 Multi-Modal Pathway

南明河 Nanming River

室外剧场 Amphitheater

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2号坝 Dam #2 HWL 1041.0

蓄水位 TD 1041.1 Operating Water Level 结构柱 Structural Footing Column LWL 1039.6

河床线 Riverbed Line

工作涵洞 Working Culvert

下游消力池 Power consumption Pond

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