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INTERIOR DESIGN

CRYSTAL YING CHENG 2019 SP CCA


Objective: To obtain a full-time interior design position, contributing my creative

EDUCATION 2015.09 - 2019.05

thoughts of problem-solving and

EXPERIENCE

California College of the Arts, SF, US Bachelor of Fine Arts, Interior Design

perspective of aesthetics to an interior design firm which cares about the world and people around us.

RESUME

WORKING EXPERIENCE 2018.05-2018.08

Marmol Radziner + Associates, US Interior Design Summer Intern • • • •

coordinate and assist organization of material library assistance in client presentation documents assistance in vendor, subcontractor, and consultant correspondence general assistance for architecture and construction teams as necessary

projects: Pacific Residence, Paramount Garage, Seneca Garden, Stars Residence, Four Seasons Puerto Rico

2018.01 - 2018.05

California College of the Arts, US Architecture Division Instructional Assistant

2018.01 - 2018.05

California College of the Arts, US Manager of Interior Design Material Library

2017.06 - 2017.08

LCL Architect Limited, Shenzhen, China Designer Assistant Intern Assisted the designer to complete project designs and construction drawings with the use of AutoCAD.

2016.08 - 2018.08

Contact: (415) 942-4113 Email: ycheng@cca.edu 1010 16th St. Apt. #209, San Francisco, CA 94107

University of International Business and Economics (UIBE ISS), Beijing, China College Representative of CCA In charge of publicity of UIBE ISS on campus • contact relative departments of the university on issues regarding credit transferring • promote cooperation between societies • organize student Informational Sessions • resolve students’ questions, etc.


HONOR/AWARD 2018.09

Comprehensive Development Award Studio 3 Project: MUSE (Retreat Hotel at Fort Mason), CCA

SKILL 2D drawing

Proficient: Auto CAD, Rhino, Basic: Revit

3D modeling

Proficient: Rhino, Basic: Revit, Grasshopper

Rendering tools

Proficient: V-ray for Rhino, Lumion

All-College Honors Interior Design Department, CCA

Graphic tools

Proficient: Illustration, PhotoShop, Indesign

Animation

Basic: Primiere, AfterEffect

2018.05

Jury Prize Nomination Studio 4 Project: Mash Up High-Tech School, CCA

Crafting

Laser cutting, 3D printing, CNC

2017.12

Jury Prize Nomination Studio 3 Project: MUSE (Retreat Hotel at Fort Mason), CCA

PROFFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

2017.09

William Stout Book Prize

2017.02-Present

Student Member of IIDA ID: #1092124

2017.09

Jury Prize Materiality & Space 1 Project, CCA

2018.09-Present

IIDA Campus Center at CCA Vice-President

2017.08

Excellent College Representative Award UIBE ISS, China

2017.04

CIDA Nomination Design Media 2 Project, CCA

LANGUAGE

2017.04

Jury Prize Nomination & CIDA Nomination Materiality & Space 2 Project, CCA

English

Fluent

Mandarin

Native

Cantonese

Native

2018.05

2016.12

CIDA Nomination Design Media 1: Graphic Pencil Drawing of CCA Indutrial Studio, CCA

2016.12

Jury Prize Nomination & CIDA Nomination Studio 1 Project: WOW (Retail Space), CCA

INTEREST

2016.12

Jury Prize Nomination & CIDA Nomination Materiality & Space 1 Project, CCA

Traveling

Listening to music

Playing badminton

Model making

2015.09-2019.05

CCA Scholarship (4yrs) Faculty Honor Awards


I appreciate the power of a physical space as much as I value connecting people.


Nauh Family Retreat a family SPA & Retreat which is intended to encourage family gatherings and exploring the natural settings

Filtraciรณn Pavilion a sustainable, self-sufficient rainwater harvesting architecture to filter and clean rainwater

Muse Hotel an art-centered retreat hotel for single business men and women to relax, release and socialize

Fantasy Institute a high-tech school incorporated with an Augmented Reality (AR) program to enhance the physical experiences for education and exhibitions

Art Practices a collection of various art works including installation, pattern design and constructed images intended to expand creative self-expression


Nauh Family Retreat Project Size: 8, 000 sqft

NAUH family Spa and Retreat is located in Arenal,

Costa Rica. The restorative retreat is intended to encourage family gatherings of between 2-8 people, for both relaxing, joyful experiences, and energizing times when children and parents can be entertained or explore the natural settings. The space is divided with locations for activity and other locations of quiet pleasure. The spa is designed to encourage inter-generational experiences for every family member. The encouragement of family activities from cooking, theater, pools and spas makes this spa a location to Physical Model Fabrications: 3D Print, CNC, Laser Cut

leave the demands of a fast-paced life behind and enjoy family time together.

Collages - Experience Sequence Software: Photoshop


Rendering _ Swimming Pool


Rendering _ Sightseeing Elevator


Furniture Selection

Material Board


Access to Nature

Calm & Active

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Family Specific Program

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Family Theater

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Family Guest Room

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Family Spring

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Family Activity Room

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Family Kitchen

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Family-size Elevator


Rendering _ Guest Room


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Swimming Pool

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Bar & Restaurant

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Family Kitchen

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Family Activity Room

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BOH

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Family Guest Room

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Outdoor Theatre Garden

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Office

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Kitchen

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Wet & Dry Treatment Room

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Special Spring

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Retail Store

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Lobby

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Rendering _ Family Outdoor Theater


Filtraciรณn Pavilion Project Size: 1, 500 sqft Filtraciรณn is a rainwater harvesting system located in Costa Rica with a typical long rain season and beautiful natural environment. The space is created for protecting visitors from the harsh environment when necessary, but still encouraging people to communicate with the natural world. AR technology has also been introduced into the space for visitors to learn more about the wildlife. The structure is movable and depending on the degree of the rotation, the space will be divided into different percentages of indoor and outdoor space.

Hand Sketches


Rendering _ Interior of Pavilion


Visitors take a rest in the pavilion

Visitors’ Main Entrance

Visitors push the signal panel & Send out the signal (reflection of light)

Visitors’ Main Entrance

Centralize Visitors’ Circulation

Staff receive & Comes to

Staffs’ Entrance


Staffs

es the signal & o the site

AR Demo & Presentation Space

Visitors

People leave by different directions

Structure Transformation Diagrams

Visitors’ Main Entrance

Visitors’ Secondary Entrance

Disperse Visitors’ Circulation

Staff’ Exit

Visitors’ Main Exit

Centralize Visitors’ Circulation

Circulation Diagrams


Collect rainwater; Lead rainwater into the filtration structure

Collected rainwater flows by gravity through the filtration system consisting of gravel, sand, charcoal and cheesecloth

Collection & Filtration

Extra rainwater will be collected as gray water for flushing toilets and

• Filtered Clean Water • Drinking, Hand washing

cleaning floors


“ S k i n ”

“ S k e l e t o n ”

Collection • Collected Grey Water • Toilet Flushing, Floor cleaning


Filtration System

Gravel

Sand

Charcoal Cheesecloth

0’ 1’ 2’

4’

8’

20’

Rendered Section

Center AR Demo Space

Sitting Area

Section A

Section A

0’ 1’ 2’

4’

8’

Rendered Plan

20’


Physical Model Materials: P95 Acrylic, Plywood, Spray Paints Fabrications: 3D Print, Laser Cut


Muse Hotel Project Size: 25, 000 sqft Physical Model Materials: Plastic Sheet, Mat Board Fabrications: 3D Print, Laser Cut

Focused on creating space and atmosphere for both reflection and interaction, the hotel’s program is organized vertically with an emphasis on the transition between socially active zones of high-visibility, and peaceful personal retreat spaces. At the highest level are the most personal and relaxing spaces - the guest rooms and SPA. In the center of the hotel are the transition spaces - the art gallery and pool. The various programs allow for a mixture of conditions and serve as a transition between the most personal and private space of the guest rooms, to the most social and open space of the public pier level.

Active - Calm Transition Diagram


Rendering _ Indoor & Outdoor Bar


Rendering _ Hot Spring & Pool


Calm & Accve Zone Diagram

Calm & Accve Zone Diagram

Accve Zone Calm Zone Gathering Space

Creating several gathering spaces on each floor, bringing strangers together through circulation and programming setup, physically provide more opportunities for single men and women to socialize with each other.

Accve ZoneZone Active Calm ZoneZone Calm Gathering Space Space Gathering


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Cross Section Long South L J

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Lobby

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Live Music Lounge

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Public Open Space

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Cafe

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Band Stage

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Indoor Outdoor Bar

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Pop-up Store

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Food Trucks

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Street Food Collections

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Bar

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Guest Room

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Hot Spring & Pool

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Gallery I - Cloud Cities Exhibition

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Spa

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Sauna Room

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Rest Area

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Gallery II - Alexander Calder Exhibition

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Gallery III - “The Visitors“ Artist Space

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View Bar & Restaurant

A B D C


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Third Level Floor Plan (+23’-0”)

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Second Level Floor Plan (+10’-6”)

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I H Ground Level Floor Plan (+3’-0”)

Longitudinal Section Looking East


Consistent with intentions of social interaction, material selections gently shift from a calm, neutral palette in the rest areas to contrast and bright color of pink in the release and social zones.


Rendering _ Art Gallery Alexander Calder Exhibition


Rendering _ Guest Room


Dry Area

Wet Area

Light Surface

Water Surface Ceiling Plan

Ceiling Elevation


C RYSTA L C H E N G Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

Unit

Diagram

The screen physically divides the Live Music Lounge and the Public Open Space (adapted from San Francisco culture) but visually allows people to see through and keep the connection between the adjacent spaces. Music can also circulate from the music lounge to the public area. Spreading the music, spreading the happiness.

1/8” Transparent Red Acrylic Frame 1/8” Red Suede Cord 1/8” Transparent Red Acrylic Frame

1.5” Nail Metal Frame

2.5”

C RYSTA L C H E N G Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

Elevation

Section


Rendering _ Public Open Space


Fantasy Institute Project Size: 40, 000 sqft FANTASY is a high technology school located in 1725-1733 Broadway, Oakland, supported by Kapor Center. The project was developed based on the Augmented Reality technology, taking advantage of this innovative technology to connect the physical and virtual world. The buildings have been divided into two functions, the north building is specifically focused on education, educating students from the Kapor Center on programing AR technology; the south building is focused on business technology, providing professional AR support for business and retail customers. Both buildings insist on creating an AR experience space for people to learn and explore more possibilities of the AR program.


Rendering _ Indoor Outdoor AR Demo & Event Space


Rendering _ AR Exhibition Hall


ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Forth Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Forth Floor RCP THIRD FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Third Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Third Floor RCP SECOND FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Second Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Second Floor RCP

FURNITURE

SECOND FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

First Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

First Floor RCP THIRD FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

FURNITURE

FIRST FLOOR RCP


ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

The materiality of Dichroic Filmed Glass which reflects different light resources into various color ranges help to enhance the dreamy and futuristic AR experiences as well as create another layer of fantasy for spatial experiences.

ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

ROOF FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Forth Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

Forth Floor RCP ROOF FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SECOND FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Third Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Third Floor RCP THIRD FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

Second Floor Plan

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

Second Floor RCP SECOND FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

THIRD FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

FURNITURE

FURNITURE

First Floor Plan

First Floor RCP FIRST FLOOR RCP

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SECOND FLOOR RCP SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”

SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”


Rendering _ Collaborative Work Area


Rendering _ Collaborative Work Area & Client AR Experience Space


Rendering _ AR Experiencing Hall


Art Practices Project Size: 20’ x 20’ Explore a found pattern through organizational system, aggregation, solid and void. The goal was to take advantage of materiality properties and create a systematic pattern of design.

Study Models Diagrams

Isometric Drawing

Final Model Material: Transparent Acrylic, Color Thread


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Scarf Fabrication: Digital Fabric Print

C RYSTA L C H E N G Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

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C RYSTA L C H E N G Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

Pattern Practice Software: Illustrator


Constructed Images Software: Photoshop


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