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ZHIYI HE

P O R T F O L Inteior O

Design


TABLE OF C

HOT E L D E S I G N

RETAIL STORE DESIGN

R ES ID EN TIAL D ES IGN


CONTENTS

T I L E / PA N E L

CONCRETE SCREEN

D Y N A MIC MOD ELS


PROJECT ONE LIX PA RTY H OTE L


As considering about contemporary young people’s lifestyle, so has the pairing of a party space and hospitality. As a new generation of travelers and locals seek immersive, innovative and unique experiences, the way party space integrates into people’s life must continue to evolve and the hotel can no longer merely be a place to sleep. San Francisco, one of the most diverse cultural hubs in the country, presents a great opportunity seeking truly authentic cultural experience. ‘LIX’ party hotel is designed to include five levels of party space, night club, music bar, gallery, terrace between ‘blocks’ and guest room, from open to private. Clients are supposed to experience all five levels of party by walking through the sky-bridge.


HO TE L DE S I G N _

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NIGHT CLUB

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MUSIC BAR

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HO TE L DE S I G N _

‘ L I X ’ PA R T Y H O T E L

GUEST ROOM

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GUEST ROOM FLOOR PLAN

GUEST ROOM RENDERING

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HO TE L DE S I G N _

‘LIX’ PARTY HOTEL MUSIC BAR + NIGHT CLUB + GALLERY

MUSIC BAR RENDERING

NIGHT CLUB RENDERING


G A L L E RY R E N D E R I N G


PROJECT TWO “Z I.H ” FA S H ION R E TA IL S TOR E


GARMENT---DECONSTRUCTION---RECONSTRUCTION---NEW GARMENT---BRANDED RETAIL STORE Through development of a unique product created in line with a deconstruction study, a full environment and brand where this garment would be showcased & sold in the retail store is created. Target audience of brand ‘ZI.H’ will be independent women who are confident to show their personality. All of the connection ways are exposed to emphasize the concept and personality. Continuing with the ‘connection’ concept, various connection ways are also bolded to link spaces with distinct functions to an integer.


RETAI L S TOR E D E S I G N _ ’ Z I . H ’

H I G H FA S H I O N R E TA I L S T O R E DECONSTRUCTION + RECONSTRUCTION

DECONSTRUCTION

RECONSTRUCTION


RETAI L S TOR E D E S I G N _ ’ Z I . H ’

H I G H FA S H I O N R E TA I L S T O R E

PLAN + PHYSICAL MODEL

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN


RETAI L S TOR E D E S I G N _ ’ Z I . H ’ M AT E R I A L PA L E T T E

H I G H FA S H I O N R E TA I L S T O R E


RETAI L S TOR E D E S I G N _ ’ Z I . H ’ RENDERED SECTION

H I G H FA S H I O N R E TA I L S T O R E


PROJECT THREE R E SID EN T IAL SPAC E F OR A N E LD E R LY C OU P LE


This project emphasis on a human centered approach to design. The clients are a married elderly couple in their 60’s with live in space for their 2 year old grandchild. Based on the research of their lifestyle and demands from different ages, the basic elements of sustainable design are centered by concept ‘soft’. Curvy walls and various space hierarchies produce an environment for both of the ages to take an adventure in the space.


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R E S I D E N T I A L S PA C E F O R E L D E R LY P E O P L E

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SCALE F L O O RSCALE PLA N1’=1/2’’ A 1’=1/2’’

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SCALESCALE 1’=1/2’’1’=1/2’’

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R E S I D E N T I A L S PA C E F O R E L D E R LY P E O P L E

DIAGRAM + PHYSICAL MODEL

SOUND

PROPORTION

N AT U R E L I G H T


RES I DE NTI A L D E S I G N _ M AT E R I A L PA L E T T E S

R E S T S PA C E

D I N N I N G S PA C E

Q U I E T S PA C E

R E S I D E N T I A L S PA C E F O R E L D E R LY P E O P L E


S O C I A L S PA C E

W E T S PA C E

C H I L D S PA C E


PROJECT FOUR TILE & PA N E L D E S IGN


This project focuses on WELL standards of “‘MIND’ and ‘INNOVATION’. It requires a design to provide a physical environment that optimizes cognitive and emotional health. Tile and panel are both designed for a bar. The tile has two contrast colors on convex and concave surfaces. The color on concave surface will be disappear by looking from the front view, but start to be shown from another direction and give people a shock. The felt panel is designed with same idea but different form, and an additional function is acoustical by choosing thick felt as the material.


TIL E DE S I G N

M O D U L + E L E VAT I O N + S E C T I O N

H I L A RY H E Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

Z CLIP

WALL PANEL

5/8 GYPSMBOARD

INSULATION

H I L A RY H E Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

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E L E VAT I O N

SECTION


TIL E DE S I G N RENDERINGS


SUSTAIABILITY: This panel addresses the WELL standards of comfort and light Comfort: it can absorb sound and create a quiet space Light: it can control the lightness in space DESCIPTION: This product is an acoustical panel made of 100% wool felt. This panel has ten randomly openings. They can control the lighting by adjusting opening sizes. Openings enable lighting to pass through while concealing from view. The design can be made from several materials and sizes. Besides a partition that seperates two different spaces, it can be a wall treatment, ceiling lighting and also an exterior concrete shell modules.

PA NE L DE S IG N

MODUL + RENDERING PROSUCT SIZE: 20’’ X 20’’

APPLICATIONS: walls, ceilings, decorative tiles

CSI: 09 82 00

division 9: sound absorption materials

SPECIFICATION: material: 100 wool felt color: black thickness: 1/8’’ texture: soft ten openings per panel openings are supported by adjustable black acrylic frame with screws

SUSTAIABILITY: This panel addresses the WELL standards of comfort and light Comfort: it can absorb sound and create a quiet space Light: it can control the lightness in space

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tiles

MODUL

Hilary He Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

Hilary He Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

H I L A RY H E Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska


PA NE L DE S IG N

E L E VAT I O N + S E C T I O N + R E N D E R I N G S

ELEVATION_OVERALL ELEVATION_OVERALL

ELEVATION_OVERALL

E L E VAT I O N _ O V E R A L L

H I L A RY H E Materiality and Space 3 \ Interior Design / Fall 2017 \ Instructors Alda Çapi, Margo Majewska

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PROJECT FIVE concrete screen


2D PATTERN --- 2.5D RELIEF MODEL --- 3D CONCRETE MODEL This project is the exploration of concrete. Starting with a 2D pattern, and explore the relationship of lines and points. Then, developing 2D pattern to a relief model and final to 3D concrete model. This project helps me to learn the specific characteristics of concrete during the process.


CO NCRE TE S C R E E N _

2D TO 3D PATTERN

DIAGRAMS

A N A LY S I S

DIAGRAM

DIAGRAMS

D R AW I N G S

PHOTOGRAPH


CO NCRE TE S C R E E N _

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C O N C R E T E E X P L O R AT I O N

SAMPLES

TEST


CO NCRE TE S C R E E N _

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CO NCRE TE S C R E E N _ PHOTOS + RENDERING

2D TO 3D PATTERN


PROJECT SIX D Y N A MIC MOD E LS


This project is an exploration of making through digital drawing, 3D modeling and fabrication techniques. The whole project starts with the pattern from a street art piece. The following steps are using various fabrication, like v-ray, AI, rhino, to work in 3D modeling environment and extract data for communication purposes.


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DYNAM I C M O D E L S _ STREET ART

OVLIVIA 2 01 6 A R T I S T: S W O O N

D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G


DYNAM I C M O D E L S _

D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G

PEEL & CUT MODELS

SCREEN A

SCREEN B

SCREEN C

SOLID A

SOLID B

CUT

SOLID C

ROTATE

PEEL

PEEL


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DYNAM I C M O D E L S _

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D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G

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DYNAM I C M O D E L S _

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EXPLODE

D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G S E C T I O N & S E C T I O N E X PA N D E D CONTOUR

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PROCESS C

EXPLODE

EXPLODE

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PROCESS A

PROCESS A

CONTOUR

CONTOUR

PROCESS C PROCESS B

PROCESS B

EXPLODE

EXPLODE

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PROCESS C

S E C T I O N E X PA N D E D

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C O M B I N AT I O N M O D E L


D YNAMI C M O D E L S _

D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G

RENDERINGS

CONCEPT RENDERING


DYNAM I C M O D E L S _ RENDERINGS

D I G I TA L D R AW I N G , M O D E L I N G A N D M A K I N G

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