Jacobs Medical Center
La Jolla, CA Yazdani Studios of Cannon Design Reflective of UC San Diego’s vision toward the future intersections between technology and medicine, Jacobs Medical Center is designed as three hospitals in one with focus on women’s and children’s, cancer and specialty surgery. The tower is the cornerstone of a new campus identity focused on the future of health, pairing cuttingedge, modern medicine with best-in-class patient experience. LEED Silver, 245-bed addition comprising 510,000 gsf new construction, 65,000 gsf renovation, and 30,000 gsf central plant.
Seoul, Korea Yazdani Studios of Cannon Design Conceived as “The Only One,” CJ Blossom Park is a new world-class R&D headquarters for CJ Corporation that repositions the company’s operations into a new interdisciplinary format that will increase efficiency, create a culture of integrated innovation and accelerate speedto-market. A 1.2 million gsf mixed-use building complex including state-of-the art laboratories, offices, conferencing, fine amenities and retail for Korea’s largest entertainment & media company.
Samsung Hospital Competition Seoul, Korea Yazdani Studios of Cannon Design
This competition was for the new design of the future Samsung Hospital in Seoul Korea. This final presentation model was completed in 3 days so that it could be shipped to Korea for the presentation.
SAMSUNG MODEL IMAGES
TATA Motors Software Development Campus Kolkata, India Yazdani Studios of CannonDesign The new campus, which spreads across a 40-acre site, encompasses 2.1 million SF of space housing more than 16,000 employees. Our design concept was inspired by the important role courtyards play in traditional Indian architecture, specifically the role they play in fostering community interactions. As such, the entire site â€” including the buildings themselves â€” is filled with courtyards, dynamic building scales framing the courtyards, and a diverse sequence of landscaped spaces. The campus architecture is defined by two 15-story towers. The north side of the towers are clad in high-efficiency clear glazing with distinct ceramic frit patterns and sun shading devices. The south side integrates metal paneling into the faĂ§ade and a number of framed terraces and public spaces, including a five-story courtyard in which employees from different floors can come together and interact.
MOTJ The Museum of Tolerance Jerusalem Jerusalem
Yazdani Studios of CannonDesign Interior Design and Exhibit Design - Interior design and exhibit design for new ground-up museum, 40,000 to 60,000 gsf. Tikkum Olam Garden - Complete redesign of primary entry sequence and landscape exhibit scheme for $2.4 million, 24,000 sf Tikkum Olam Memorial Garden.
MOT The Museum of Tolerance - Renovation Woodbury University_Studio 4A
Working with the existing Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles, we were asked to revamp and add additional program elements to the museum. I took the time to look at what was and wasnâ€™t working with the building not only in terms of program but also in the way people interact with the museum being that it is located on a busy street. In the final concept the museum became more people friendly with a better street presence and the interior space became more adaptable as any museum should be.
Perforated southern facade system 24
Daytime Street View
Private outdoor space 25
The Courtyard Canopy Competition Woodbury University_Studio 5A
The location where this canopy is designed for is a central path where the students and faculty often come together and disperse to their classes. Using the flow observed in this courtyard we have derived overhead canopy segments that replicate that flow. While the white fabric sweeps hold contours created by the frames, it becomes loose in the intermediate space where wind creates movement in the fabric. At night these sweeps are internally illuminated and create a lantern effect, lighting a space which is very dark at night. Where this space is currently underdefined, this new system not only shades the area but provides parameter conditions of sorts creating privacy while at the same time remaining open for social events.
Night time illumination of masses
The Missing Link The Glendale Freeway Cap Woodbury University_Studio 4B
Proposed with the concept of the future 134 freeway cap in Glendale, we were asked to come up with a ideas that brought something new and needed to the community. What I thought of when I looked at Glendaleâ€™s map was a lack of public transportation. When looking at the current Metro lineâ€™s map, it is clear that there is a missing section that turns the current public transportation into a much more effective system and in my concept Glendale would be a driving force to make this happen. Standing by the idea of public transportation, I pushed it one step further and looked at underutilized parking lots and structures and looked at how these properties could facilitate additional housing without adding additional traffic and parking needs. With this idea, this new public Metro railway allows Glendale to evolve in a new and revolutionary way where cars take a back seat.
Station Profiles Station
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Universal City Station _Existing Connection
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Olive Ave _Walt Disney / Warner Bros Studios
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Griffith Park _Dreamworks/ABC/LA Zoo
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Brand Blvd _Glendale Connection
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Chevy Chase Dr _Residential
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Memorial Park _Existing Connection
Line Park n Ride Lot: Yes Parking - Free: Y_Paid: Y Parking Spaces: 899 Bike Lockers: 30 Bike Racks: 16 Bus Connections: Y
-Connects Universal Studios to more of Los Angeles through public transportation -Reduces traffic congestion from tourists -Reduces traffic congestion from workers
Line Park n Ride Lot: Yes Parking - Free: N_Paid:Y Parking Spaces: 80 Bike Lockers: 30 Bike Racks: 15 Bus Connections: Y
-Provides public transportation for employees of Walt Disney Studio, NBC Studios, Warner Bros. Studios, and St. Joseph Medical Center -Reduces traffic congestion from workers
Line Park n Ride Lot: Yes Parking - Free: Y_Paid:Y Parking Spaces: 200 Bike Lockers: 30 Bike Racks: 15 Bus Connections: Y
-Provides public transportation for employees of Dreamworks Studio, ABC Studio, Griffith Park, LA Zoo, and the future Disney Studios expansion -Reduces traffic congestion from workers
Line Park n Ride Lot: Yes Parking - Free: Y_Paid:N Parking Spaces: 150 Bike Lockers: 30 Bike Racks: 20 Bus Connections: Y
-Connects Glendale as the housing and retail center for surrounding zones -Reduces traffic congestion from workers
Line Park n Ride Lot: Yes Parking - Free: N_Paid:N Parking Spaces: 0 Bike Lockers: 10 Bike Racks: 10 Bus Connections: Y
-Allows people in single family homes to take advantage of public transportation -Reduces traffic congestion from workers
Line Park n Ride Lot: No Parking - Free: N_Paid: N Parking Spaces: 0 Bike Lockers: 16 Bike Racks: 8 Bus Connections: Y
-Connects Pasadena to Universal studios and everything along the line -Reduces traffic congestion from workers -Reduces traffic congestion from tourists
Acceptable walking distance for a bus station per study
Acceptable walking distance for a train station per study
Current density and typologies
METRO STOPS_CURRENT DENSITY ROS - Residential Open Space R1R - Restricted Residential R1 - Low Density Residential R3050 - Moderate Density Residential R2250 - Medium Density Residential
R1650 - Med. High Density Residential R1250 - High Density Residential Underutilized Area
Adaptable/underutilized locations for non-motorist housing
Brand Stationâ€™s programmatic composition
Effective range of Brand Station against highest density