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Eric W. Poereld - Professional DesignSummary

Eric W. Poereld BsArch(Hons),MArch, Assoc. AIA, ULI +852 5662.6615 epoereld@gmail.com

Professional Design - Work Enclosed I am an inclusive designer whose comprehensive approach engenders discussion across a variety of professions and client types. I believe that a high level of communicaon and collaboraon is necessary to realize successful projects. My design process ulizes these perspecves to create substanve ideas from sketches and computer modeling through nal construcon. An ideal posion would involve working with a dynamic team able to work with a variety of project types and complexies with a focus on large scale design.

Hong Kong Internaonal Airport - HKIA Hong Kong, SAR China Singapore Airlines Silverkris Lounge Hong Kong, SAR China Cataclan Internaonal Airport Borocay, Philippines Bandaranaike Internaonal Airport Columbo, Sri Lanka VV Group Headquarters Xuzhou, China Manila Internaonal Airport Manila, Philippines Xiamen Internaonal Airport Xiamen, China Guangzhou Baiyun Internaonal Airport T2 Guangzhou, China JTC Heavy Vehicle Parking Singapore


Guangzhou Baiyun Interna onal Airport T2 Guangzhou, China

Hong Kong Interna onal Airport - HKIA Hong Kong, SAR China  This project transforms Terminal 2 into a full processor for Departures and Arrivals as well as a main hub for transfers, growing the building from 100,000 to over 250,000 m². Terminal 2 will become a new gateway with the APM system connec ng to the future HKIA Third Runway Concoarse.  I oversaw new works, A&A works, demoli on, hoarding and fire safety design during the concurrent DD and CD phases for the APM system and 4 story Power center building and parking garage for (Phase I) Terminal 2 expansion. Complex design phasing was required to maintain a condensed me schedule to further facilitate mely design and construc on of the subsequent Terminal 3 (Third Runway Concourse - TRC) development. In Phase II of Terminal 2 scheme, I lead the design packages for Signage and Desks & Customer Interface Furniture. My responsibili es fell within the first 50% of the design process and included physical aesthe c design, scope agreement, refining customer needs and requirements, coordina ng preliminary design with engineering disciplines, and contac ng dealers and suppliers for equipment and furniture specifica ons. These packages included any and all signage and desk & customer interface considera ons within the T2 complex. This included such signage items (messaging and enclosure design) as; direc onal, FIDS, statutory, emergency, adver sements, digital, safety, etc. This also included such desks as; cke ng, informa on, customs, immigra on, immigra on management booth, charging, telephones, mul media, etc.

Working with the local architecturer firm GDADRI we designed all aspects of the apron design, Terminal Building and concourses, GTC, as well as the Master Planning and interior architecture. The main themes for the Baiyun Interna onal airport include air and water, symbolizing the two important elemental connec ons that Guangzhou relates to. To reinforce these concepts a large undula ng roof hovers above the 45 MAP terminal building and the waving ceiling amplifies this idea. Within, the passengers are whisked along to their des na on through clear design and magnificent open spaces.

Ca clan Interna onal Airport

(SAB) Parking Garage/Power Block Connec on with APM and A&A works

Our team employed a simple and clean design concept lending to an open and airy environment that is environmentally sustainable and connects the passengers to the tropical atmosphere. The required designs included all support buildings, all of which I was the Project Architect for.

Other Projects

APM A&A works for power connec on (Sec on)

Curb detail for power sha connec on (Level 2)

APM A&A works for power connec on (Level 1)

Much of the remaining items within my por olio relate to large scale design in airport masterplanning, airport concept designs, and airport compe ons, as well as mixed-use development design (Bandaranaike Interna onal Airport Mixed-Use Dragon Center), Shell design and mixed use analysis (VV Group Headquarters), 15 tonne automated vehicle storage feasibility study and concept design (JTC - Automated Heavy Vehicle Parking), and finally interior design and construc on management (Singapore Airline Lounge). I have found that all the projects have revealed some curious problem that make them interes ng to an extent and this is what I enjoy about architecture. No problem is set, no opinion is absolute, but through an itera ve process a informed and exci ng solu on will become apparent.


Singapore Airlines Lounge - Hong Kong Airport Hong Kong, China

Guangzhou T2 - Infodesk and Air Towers

Guangzhou T2 - Concourse Interior Guanzhou, China

Ca clan Airport - Ticke ng Hall JTC - Automated Heavy Vehicle Parking Singapore

Ca clan Airport - Business Avia on Center Ca clan/Boracay, Phillipinnes

Bandaranaike Airport Mixed-Use Dragon Center - Columbo, Sri Lanka

Ca clan Airport - Avia on Control Tower Ca clan/Boracay, Phillipinnes

VV Group Headquarters Xuzhou, China

Xiamen Airport - Compe on Xiamen, China

Manila Interna onal Airport - Concept Design Manilla, Philippines


Hong Kong Internaঞonal Airport - HKIA Hong Kong, SAR China Posi on: Lead Senior Architectural Designer (2016-2017) Scope: Terminal, APM, Parking Garage, Power Block, APM to future Terminal 3 (TRC) development (Demoli on, A&A works, Expansion, APM connec on design) Area: 250,000+m² Cost: $US 2.1 Billion  Terminal 2 Expansion serving as Low Cost

Carrier, Transfers Hub, connec on to Parking Garages, and future Mall

3D - T2 Expansion - (SAB) Parking Garage/Power Block Connec on with A&A works (APM & Hoarding)

M&G Hall Rhino3D Signage study

M&G Hall Signage study sketch

This project transforms Terminal 2 into a full processor for Departures and Arrivals as well as a main hub for transfers, growing the building from 100,000 to over 250,000 m². Terminal 2 will become a new gateway with the APM system connec ng to the future HKIA Third Runway Concoarse.   I oversaw new works, A&A works, demoli on, hoarding and fire safety design during the concurrent DD and CD phases for the APM system and 4 story Power center building and parking garage for (Phase I) Terminal 2 expansion. Complex design phasing was required to maintain a condensed me schedule to further facilitate mely design and construc on of the subsequent Terminal 3 (Third Runway Concourse - TRC) development. It was necessary to concurrently maintain close collabora on with the lead Construc on Management team, Airport Authority Architects and Directors, as well as align our partners’ needs with our own Architecture Principals’ and Board Members’ vision to ensure project coherence, quality and goal achievement. In my role, I regularly met with engineering disciplines as well as clients to coordinate designs and present project updates. con nued...


Phase I - Power Block Construc on & Connec on to New APM

Phase I of this project served as a tes ng bed to the remainder of the Terminal 2 design in regards to CD graphic representa on in a newly implemented Revit program. In doing this we developed means and methods and streamlined the workflow for Revit design and document produc on.

Phase II - Terminal 2 Building

In Phase II of Terminal 2 scheme, I lead the design packages for Signage and Desks & Customer Interface Furniture. My responsibili es fell within the first 50% of the design process and included physical aesthe c design, scope agreement, refining customer needs and requirements, coordina ng preliminary design with engineering disciplines, and contac ng dealers and suppliers for equipment and furniture specifica ons. These packages included any and all signage and desk & customer interface considera ons within the T2 complex. This included such signage items (messaging and enclosure design) as; direc onal, FIDS, statutory, emergency, adver sements, digital, safety, etc. This also included such desks as; cke ng, informa on, customs, immigra on, immigra on management booth, charging, telephones, mul -media, etc.

Plan - T2 Expansion - (SAB) Parking Garage/Power Block Connec on with A&A works (APM & Hoarding)

Baggage Incline and Fire Safety Study

Navisworks example: Coordina on and clash study with other disciplines and contractors


(Power Cable Duct to APM) GA Plan - Level 1 SAB

GA Plan - Level 1 SAB


T1 HKIA Tower AEL Airport Station

North Annex Building (NAB)

AWTC

T2

Phasing example with custom tags & symbols Level 1 SAB

South Annex Building (SAB)

South Annex Building (SAB) Power Block & Parking Garage (Phased)

South Annex Building (SAB) Design

Customized Tags & Symbols

The SAB Phase is developed into two phases of construc on. The first phase is to provide power to the new APM system and build out the remainder of the superstructure (future parking garage) and weather-proof it. The unfinished por ons of the building will provide for construc on staging and storage during the T2 Terminal building demoli on and reconstruc on. The second phase of construc on occurs toward the final por on of the T2 Terminal construc on. Finishes and equipment for the parking garage and enclosed areas on the second and third floor will be applied as well as the exterior facade. Parts of the future T2 Terminal building where created during the development of the CDs for the SAB building; interior/exterior doors, panels, exterior louvres, implimenta on of NBS specifica on system, back of house floor and ceiling details, and custom tags and symbols were (Power Cable Duct to APM) Sec on - Phased SAB created (to reduce li ga on).


Hoarding wall at Level 5 a er bridge demoli on - GA Plan

Hoarding wall at Level 5 a er bridge demoli on Sec on Detail

Hoarding wall at Level 5 a er bridge demoli on Sec on Detail Sketch

Hoarding wall at Level 5 a er bridge demoli on - Exterior Eleva on

Hoarding wall at Level 5 a er bridge demoli on - Sec on


Temporary A&A Works and Hoarding

The second por on of the CD tender focused on the temporary construc on necessary for connec ng the new power from the SAB to the APM, movement of temporary structures for Genset rooms and electrical rooms, and finally hoarding construc on to either enclose construc on areas or to seal the building for later phased construc on. Technically the fire safety access proved to be the most diďŹƒcult apsect considering the accessibility to exis ng sub-structures, overhanging exis ng structures, par al demoli on of surrounding structures, and subsequant phasing demands. Shown are construc on hoarding plans (phased), and a hoarding wall detail enclosing the exis ng T2 terninal building a er demoli on of a connec ng bridge.

T1 HKIA Tower AEL Airport Station

North Annex Building (NAB)

AWTC

T2

South Annex Building (SAB)

Power Connec on Route & A&A Works

Hoarding Plan for Power Connec on & Fire Safety


Cat Ladder Sec on to MEP duct

Power Connec on GA APM - Level 1

Power Connec on GA APM - Level 2 & 3

Power Connec on Cross - Sec on APM - Level 1 & 2


MEP connec on and APM A&A works

The construc on documents for the APM had been developed many mes during the 6 month period of design. Our team was engaged with several stakeholders as well as close collabora on with MEP disciplines to ensure the high degree of accuracy needed to interface with the current APM system and design. Approximately 75% of the completed APM CD work was moved to the second phase of documenta on allow ing for a document set that clarified the nature of the demoli on and construc on for the future contractor. Much of the phasing agreements between disciplines and many of the details for the 3 CD package sets were first developed during this por on of the project.

T1 HKIA Tower AEL Airport Station

North Annex Building (NAB)

AWTC

T2

South Annex Building (SAB)

Power Connec on Route & A&A Works

Power Connec on Sec on APM - Level 1 & 2


Sec on

Plan

Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and Support Facili es

Boracay Business Avia on Center (BBAC)

The ATCT Complex design is clean and simple, allowing for minimal visual obstruc on and streamlined construc on. The support building provides assistance for the tower with administra ve offices and comfortable res ng space with areas such as toilets, showers, locker rooms, sleeping quarters, and kitchen and dining areas. The structure is made of concrete construc on with a 4.5m clearance to allow for ample u lity runs and equipment space. The building is enclosed with a white, stucco simulated EIFS panel that is low maintenance with provides an unclu ered appearance. The ATCT design breaks from a simple rectangular form yet s ll is easily constructed. Covered with tessellated white-finished concrete panels, the tower is an observably curvilinear shape that is ra onalized into flat forms enclosing the control cabin, equipment room, and sleeping quarters within the top 3 levels.

The BBAC is comprised of two intersec ng volumes with large can levered roofs. The transparent facade shows off a refined business terminal, servicing business and privately owned jets. The landside wai ng lounge entrance welcomes guest with a 8 meter long can levered roof covering a high ceiling. From here guests can linger in the wai ng lounge or passengers can go straight through security to relax in the the departure lounge. On the larger airside por on of the terminal, conferences can be coordinated, showers and restroom facili es are available to refresh, and passengers can relax and enjoy themselves in the departure and VIP lounges. A secure hallway separates the public area from the back of house, streamlining the security and baggage handling systems.

ATCT Rendering

Sec on

Plan

BBAC Rendering


Runway

PTB

Ancillary Buildings Ca clan, Philippines

Masterplan

Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) Ca clan Airport is situated across the strait from the famous beach resort of Boracay. Due to the need for larger airplanes and increased passenger capacity to the resort area, a comprehensive phased design for a completely new airport was necessary. All facili es including the PTB and Ancillary buildings (such as the Control Tower) required a ght budget and me schedule. Our team employed a simple and clean design concept lending to an open and airy environment that is environmentally sustainable and connects the passengers to the tropical atmosphere. The facili es construc on and management follow this approach and provide straight-forward implementa on and maintenance that can be achieved within local building standards.

Aviaঞon - Caࢼclan Internaࢼonal Airport

Loca on: Boracay, Philippines Posi on: Project Architect, Auxiliary Buildings (2013-2014) Scope: Area - Mul ple Buildings Cost: $US 200 Million

Drop-off and Front Plaza

Ticke ng Hall

Departure Hall

Concourse to Jet Bridge


East Rendering


Loca on: VV Group Headquarters - Xuzhou, China Posi on: Arch/3D Designer, Planner Commercial (2015) Scope: Tower Shell design, adjacent building planning and design Area: 14,500m² - Community Center Cost: $N/A

When the VV Group (China’s largest soybean manufacturer) first came too our team they wanted a fresh look for the shell design previously done for their new headquarters. Later the rear annex area was reprogrammed primarily to be used for a community center. As with most chinese headquarters a great amount of credance is given to feng shui when considering orienta on, situa on; and western New Empire” style” helped shape the building. Given these constraints we sketched many different itera ons and played with ideas the client provided for us. Addi onally we also provided programming and layout for the annexed area to the north of the HQ tower. Originally designed as a mall the new program foc`uses more on a community center and facili es such as restaurants, and VIP spa areas for execu ve purposes. Site Orienta on

Diagram

Itera ve Sketch

Rendering

Itera ve Sketch

Rendering


Terminal and Concourse Design

Working with the local architecturer firm GDADRI we designed all aspects of the apron design, Terminal Building and concourses, GTC, as well as the Master Planning and interior architecture. The main themes for the Baiyun Interna onal airport include air and water, symbolizing the two important elemental connec ons that Guangzhou relates to. To reinforce these concepts a large undula ng roof hovers above the 45 MAP terminal building and the waving ceiling amplifies this idea. Within, the passengers are whisked along to their des na on through clear design and magnificent open spaces.

Ceiling, Retail, Wind Column Design, Materials

Concourse

Ticke ng Hall

Pickup and GTC Hall

Emigra on Hall

Security Hall

Holding Room

Immigra on Hall

A er comple ng design and documenta on for the Terminal and GTC our team was called back to design the interior of the Baiyun Interna onal Airport. Con nuing with the sleek aerodynamic forms used on the exterior of the building wave and birdlike forms were incorporated into the perforated ceiling panel design. With the semi-transparency of the perfora ons and the separa on in the panels the illumina on from the skylights makes the ceiling glow and gives a processional rhythm providing addi onal texture that fits within the minimalis c design. The retail areas in the concourses are simple and elegant. The basic forms are rec linear volumes accented with horizontal recessed lines and walls that mimic the geometry from the Wind Columns. Bright and open, the retail is invi ng and easily accessible. The wind columns mimic the retail design, with their leaning forms and strong curves, yet with a more industrial and aeronau c aesthe c.

Aviaাon - Baiyun Internaࢼonal Airport Terminal Concouse & Interior

Loca on: Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, PRC Posi on: Architectural - 3d/CAD Designer (2012-13) Scope: Interior Design Area: 650,000m² Cost: $US 2.3 Billion


D

Screen

C

Mouth B

East-West Sec onS

Stage Rendering

Second Floor

Chinese celes al and Feng Shui orienta on

North-South Sec on


Loca on: Chinese Cultural Center - Washington, D.C. USA Posi on: Student (2012) Scope: Tower Shell design, adjacent building planning and design Area: 1,440m² Cost: $N/A - Conceptual Design

Infill site

Concept drivers

9 square

Washington, DC Chinatown Area

siheyuanഋਸ䲒

yin/yang

Qi ideogram

Chinatown Friendship Arch

Concept collage

This is an architectural thesis exploring bamboo not just as a material, but asking what the temporal nature of the material could mean for design. While bamboo is o en considered sustainable because of its considerable growth rate, few really embrace the nature of bamboo. To exhibit this concept this project follows the line from source to des na on, and from germina on to structure; not represen ng a finished object in single moment, but an idea that spans me. To do this, bamboo acts as a catalyst for a cultural center. It grows and matures and is harvested, it changes the space; and as it is used, degrades, and finally taken down, it changes the design. From seed to opera house and back again to the earth, the cycle breaths con nuous life into the site. The project, located near 7th and H Street, NW, in Washington, DC is a dual program - both cultural center and public garden. The “bookends” or exterior buildings on the site are a balancing force to the ephemeral nature of the bamboo. The terraco a bearing walls buffer the peaceful inside from the outside. Their roles serve as stage to the street, gatehouse to the garden, and armiture for the bamboo structures to be built upon. Their solidity holds in and allows the movement of me to ebb and flow with that of the bamboo grove.

2018 portfolio eric w potterfield  
2018 portfolio eric w potterfield  
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