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Architecture portfolio

Feng Ding 2009-2012 Wood bury university


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Hollywood Apartment Studio 3A

INSTRUCTOR – Eric Olson

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Hollywood Apartment

The Multiple Apartment project reduce unnecessary vertical walls to increase space for each unit . the Level difference become the tool to Distinguish the program. It also create more opportunity for people to customize their own space. The higher level the more private the area is. The project being divided by three buildings. The height differentiation make each unit to have surrounding views and the distance between the building is for privacy purposes. The project have been place on Hollywood city. Entertainment purpose have been place in design.

Program: Multi apartment Location: Hollywood, California Size:8,000 square feet

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2Fm

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Apartment under Hollywood Sign

Site Diagram

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Wind Diagram

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Underground Level Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Underground Level 2 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 1 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 2 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 3 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 4 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 5 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Ground Level 6 Scale: 1’=1/32”

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Single Family House Studio 3A

INSTRUCTOR – Eric Olson

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The Single Family House is one of the group apartment that located at Los Angeles city. The concept is creating the place that people can have maximin privacy .

Program: Residential Size:900 square feet Location: Los Angeles Partners: Peter,Paul, Roaldin

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CC&R1

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All party wall must be solid and soundproofing with no more than 80% of wall area.

Each unit must provide storage that is partition between two programs.

ARCHITECTURAL MANIFESTATION:

ARCHITECTURAL MANIFESTATION:

Maximizing individual’s privacy, only 80% of the party wall size is allowed to be utilized between two parcels. Soundproofing installation is also place inside the wall.

Storages become division between spaces. Storage size is depending upon the need and purpose of particular program. Each program become its own space with its own storage.

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CC&R3

CC&R4

Each unit must provide a lightwell which will supply natural to at least three living spaces.

Each unit must collect rain water for a private use.

ARCHITECTURAL MANIFESTATION:

ARCHITECTURAL MANIFESTATION:

Lightwell allows natural light to come into three different rooms, however; each room will receive very different light condition. This makes each room unique and distinctive. Experience of each room will be different depending on its light condition.

Rain water are collected in such a way that can be seen as the way to incorporate privacy. Letting water run down on the facade of the building is the way to block the view from the outsider and using that water for gardening purpose.

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Section Scale 1’=1/8”


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Cause Study - Water Villas, UN Studio Studio 3A INSTRUCTOR – Eric Olson

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light + transpa

Sun Oration Diagram

Each Individual build have large window and exterior space facing south

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urban fabric + connections

There 80 feet distance between each group and water spirit them to keep privacy

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Circulation Diagram The stair place on the center of the unite to connecting the space

Program Diagram 3 tunnel give maximum space to customs and rotation of the second level create the relation of interior and exterior space

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Studio 2B INSTRUCTOR – Mark Ericson


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Mapping of the site Partners: Nia

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Land Formation-One Zaha Hadid Weil am Rhein, Germany 1999

The project is designed to serve as an event and exhibition space for the garden festival in Weil am Rhein 1999. The suggested structure does not sit in the landscape as an isolated object, but emerges from the fluid geometry of the surrounding network of paths. Three of those paths entangle to make the building. Four parallel, partly interwoven spaces are caught in this bundle of paths. One path snuggles up to the south side of the building, another, gently sloping, rises over its back, whereas the third path cuts diagonally through the interior. The main spaces, exhibition hall and cafe, stretch along those routes and allow for plenty of sun light and views from the exterior. Secondary rooms ‘disappear’ within the ‘root’ of the building. A terrace including a covered performance space is located to the south of the cafe. The centre for environmental research is situated north of the exhibition hall, half submerged into the ground in order to take advantage of the isolating quality of the earth itself. On the other side the exhibition hall acts as a buffer zone, which allows a passive use of solar energy in winter. The sunken beam of the centre of environmental research becomes an open mezzanine in the exhibition hall. drawing and image labels

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drawing and image labels AR AR280 280Spring Spring2010: 2010:Site SiteOrders Orders

drawing and image labels Instructor: Instructor:XXXXXXXXXX Mark Ericson

Student: Student:XXXXXXXXXX FengDing


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AR 280 Spring 2010: Site Orders

Site Map

Instructor: Mark Ericson

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Student: FengDing


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Arcam Amsterdam architect By Rene can zuuk

Design communication 2 INSTRUCTOR Neiel Norhein

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SECATION THIRD LEVEL

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WEAST ELEVATION SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”

FIRST LEVEL SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”

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SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”

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SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”

THIRD LEVEL SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”

NORTH ELEVATION SCALE: 3/32” = 1’- 0”


ARCAM AMSTERDAM

BY RENE CAN ZUUK ARCHITEKTEN

OCATION:OOSTERDOK, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS ROJECT YEAR:2002-2003 ONSTRUCTED AREA: 477 SPM

THE BULID SPARATE TWO DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENT THE BLACK SHOW THE NOISE FROM THE CITY THE GRAY SHOW THE QUITE PLACE

BEND THE WALL CREAT THE PROTECTION FROM THE TOP

CUT ONE SIDE CAN GIVE A ENTRANCE FOR THE BUILDING

THEN THE SIDE BECOME A WALL PROTECT FROM THE SIDE

2010 Fall Arch211 F3 Feng Ding Teacher: Neiel Norheim 12/06/2010

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Observation The Video was showing a Fly-fish in the ocean. The name of the fish I did not find it, The Video was showing a Fly-fish in the ocean. The name of the fish I did not find it, ming away and because it has big wings; the way of it swimming likes a bird fly in the sky in the slow action. The speed of its fly in the ocean is change by the movement of wings. When it rise its wings, it move show then before and when it down its wings the speed turn to fast and it move qutily and the view of the fish become smaller.

Animal Movement

Studio 1A Mr. Michael McDonald


Investigation to draw the motion of the animal, i get the connection of different movement with each second and find out the detail about different of each second. When the 20 page of movement have been put together, the distance is the depend on the speed of the movement. When Fly-fish rise wings, it show down the speed; when it down wings, the speed raise up. In the drawing, the more space between each moment for fast speed movement , less space for slow down.

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Analysis The motion of the animal is changing by the speed they speed they have and the connection of the each picture is the point of joint. they are the main point of the movement; the informant of next movement will show in the movement before. they will have the picture show what the movement to the next.


the zoo

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The Journey

Ding Feng Design Studio 1A Michael McDonald 09/29/2009 The Journey The place I had experience is in the downtown Glendale and names Americana at Brand. This kind of shopping place the street is only for people walking and there is a train way in the middle of road. I went there at night and light cover the street. And the most interesting thing is there is a chandelier lift up on the street. People walking on the side of roads the light from the store make the shadow of people walking on the street moving. The light of building catch your eyes attention and also there are light shoot on the plant make green color. the space of this shopping place is a cyclic around the fountain and the park. On the side of street is store , in the fountain there is a golden sculpture with shooting light. The building around this park is not higher than 5 floors which people can people can easy to see the sky without the feeling of oppression.

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Journey Collage

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Movement

The movement based on negative space was incorporated by where the next person was going to place their body in. Each body responded to the space the person was given. The main parts of the body used were the lower part and the arms. The arms played a gesture moved from movement to movement. The arms moved from side to side and from up and down. The lower part of the body started out from a stationary position showing no action to finalizing into a stationary posture. The action in between the beginning and final stages were synchronize. Each played with each other no matter the amount of negative space there was. Each step followed or lead into each other without any difficulty. We both were facing away each other so we had to constantly look back and make sure that one we were not hitting each other. Secondly we were following each other’s movement. The use of body language was important to speak to each other because without words we needed to communicate how the body would move. The body spoke for the formation and posture it was in so that the other person’s body would react according to the other person. Communication of body language meant functioning in relation to the people.

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Interaction Space

Study Modle

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Materia

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als and methods INSTRUCTOR – Eric Olson Partners: Phong, Art, Jeff

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Chemical

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Translucent Concrete

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Swiss Re

WOODBURY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF

Sections and Callout of Glass Joinery

ARCHITECTURE // AR 243 FALL 2010 //

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Black Silicone .125” Glass Panel .125”

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Scale: 3/4” = 1’-0”

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Roof Plan

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Scale: 3/4” = 1’-0”

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Studio 3B Instructor :Hung Partners: Alex,Lia

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Sun The mean temperature found on St. Criox is to be 27 degrees Celcius. Since the location of the islands are found close to the equiter the angle of the sun allows for the sun to be almost directly above during the summer and slightly angles during the winter.

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Wind from east to west but in some cases The wind speeds average about 12 Knots during the year but during the winter months (Dec- Mar) average about 5 Knots.

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Bathametry The average mapped depth in Salt River is 2.2m with a maximum depth of 5.4m found in mid-bay. The average depth within the park boundaries (including bay and canyon waters) is 23m. The deepest part of the canyon within the park boundaries is 289m.

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Soil- Lavallee Clay Loam The surfacesoil consists of granular light-brown gravelly clay loam, and the upper subsoil layer is reddish brown, heavy, and sticky. There is an accumulation of lime in the lower part of the subsoil, and the substratum materials

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Concept

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