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PROJECT , CONCEPT & USER GROUP NARRATIVE CONCEPT STATEMENT

PROJECT NARRATIVE I began my project by thinking about who would need to use this space. The Transbay and Rincon Hill areas are under major development now, which makes this a prime area for a new kind of mixed-use building. But will it serve? I began by doing demographic research of San Francisco, finding that 64.1% of people are between the ages of 20 and 50. A very high percentage of them are also single. Many of them use public transportation to get to work, or simply go on foot - yet moving around the city, you find that people often get stuck in their routines. They will go to bars, and shows, and art galleries, sure. But they don't have many opportunities to meet people in their neighborhoods, or their apartment complexes, and foster a sense of community there. My design intends to help solve this issue, by creating a mixed public, retail and residential space that will not only get locals intermingling with each other, but with the general public (non residents) as well through this idea of socialization. I want to energize the space by creating community within the building itself, so that it feels like its own distinct neighborhood, with its own culture and identity. The first five floors of the building will be entirely open to the public, inviting them to patronize the space and mingle with each other and residents in the area, and also to consider the building a hub for the area. These first five floors could include restaurants, cafes, bars, gardens, and event spaces, all designed to get people interacting with each other in the same space.

Busy people often get too caught up in their daily routine. They find that they aren't meeting people outside of work, or their existing circle of friends. They find their commute dull and boring. How do we solve these issues? My concept is a building that mixes private residences with limited public access, creating a place that people actually want to hang out, and mingle with each other. At the same time, the building should be a relaxing place where residents feel involved in a community, but don't feel like they need to travel far to get what they want. The building is peppered with indoor gardens, giving it a feeling of supporting life in all forms, while its twisting shape and many windows allow more light to enter the space, lifting residents above the bustle of the city into a space that feels safe and tranquil.

USER GROUP NARRATIVE The target group is younger, upwardly-mobile single people or couples of all walks of life, from artists who may use their live/work space as a gallery, to business people who are tired of stale condos and standard apartment buildings, and crave a bit more excitement. These people work in SOMA, the financial district, or elsewhere in San Francisco, so this building is perfectly situated for their commuting needs - or they can choose to open a business in the building itself.

As floor numbers increase, so too does privacy. Ideally, residents will own some of the retail spaces in the building, as one sees in vibrant streets in neighborhoods around the world - people have businesses below, and then live above them in their own space. Essentially, the corridors of the building become those vibrant streets, where people will actually walk and browse. Since lower-level units can be live/work, residents could even open their apartment up to others to conduct business, or simply show their wares to their peers. This is par of how I intend to get building residents to interact with each other. First Friday-style events, where residents can show their work (be it art, music, or anything else) to others in the building, as well as the public, will get people moving around in the space, and bringing it to live. You see this sort of phenomenon in places like The Windmill lofts in Oakland, which caters to artists and holds public events that open the space to all. As you get higher in the building, it gets more private, limiting public access. But even here, I have incentives for residents to mingle with each other, with a library and a indoor garden open only to residents and their guests, and additional public spaces such as a sky lounge, which aim to keep people moving through the building at all times. Where you want to live in the building becomes a lifestyle choice. How public do you want to be? How private? It's my hope that the sliding scale of private and public will make this building not only a popular destination for people in the neighborhood, but also a true community of people who are proud to live there.

GOAL I HAVE IDENTIFIED A SET OF PRELIMINARY TO MAKE THIS COMPEXT A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE AND WORK.

■ Promote a range of housing types that serves the diverse needs of San Francisco's residents. ■ Create or enhance pedestrian- and transit-friendly neighborhoods ■ Improve the jobs/housing balance to reduce commute time and traffic. ■ Enhance neighborhood commercial vitality by adding housing in or near neighborhood commercial areas.

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CONCEPTUAL STUDY & SPATIAL ANALYSIS DIAGRAMS

LIVING SCENARIOS & UNIT COMPOSITION

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Developer Hines' Role Architect Pelli Clarke Pelli Retail space: 50,000 sq. ft. Office building: 1,250,000 sq. ft.

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The new Transbay Transit Center will serve 11 transportation systems: AC Transit, BART, Caltrain, Golden Gate Transit, Greyhound, Muni, SamTrans, WestCAT Lynx, Amtrak, Paratransit and future High Speed Rail from San Francisco to Los Angeles/Anaheim. The new bus and rail facility will serve as San Francisco’s next landmark and will feature a 5.4-acre public park on the roof of the Transit Center. The first phase of the project will create a new five-story Transit Center with one above-grade bus level, ground-floor, concourse, and two below-grade rail levels serving Caltrain and future California High Speed Rail. Phase I will also create new bus ramps that will connect the Transit Center to a new off-site bus storage facility and the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.

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N IO ISS M An integral part of the Transbay Project includes the creation of a new neighborhood surrounding the Transit Center. The Transbay Redevelopment Plan will transform vacant state-owned abandoned freeway property in downtown San Francisco into a thriving transit-oriented neighborhood. Adopted by the City of San Francisco in June 2005, the Redevelopment Plan will facilitate Y BROADWA the development of nearly 2,600 new homes (35 percent of which will be affordable), 3 million square feet of new office and commercial space and 100,000 square feet of retail. The buildings will include townhouses, low- and mid-rise buildings and slender high-rise towers spaced apart to provide sunlight to proposed new plazas, parks and widened sidewalks. The Project Area is about 40 acres and is bounded by Mission Street in the north, Main Street PACIFIC AVE in the east, Folsom Street in the south and Second Street in the west. Folsom Street will be the centerpiece of this new neighborhood and will feature widened sidewalks with cafes, markets and views of the San Francisco Bay. PEIR 1

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SPATIAL & FUNCTIONAL PROGRAM DIAGRAM

PLAN AND SECTIONAL SPATIAL ANALYSIS

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K

UP

B'

STUDIO 500 sq.ft REF

DW WALK-IN CLOSET

DN

WALK-IN CLOSET

DW REF

W/D

LIVING ALONE 710 sq.ft

COLOR REFERENCE PUBLIC USE RETAIL PUBLICALLY RESIDENT USE / COMMUNAL SHARED SHARED SPACE UNIT TYPE1: STUDIO

A'

UNIT TYPE2: 1 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE3: 2 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE4: LIVE-WORK

23RD LEVEL

EVENT SPACE

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

8

A

7

B

6

5

C

A

4

D

3

E

2

B

F

1

LIVING ALONE 923 sq.ft

WALK-IN CLOSET

DW REF

G

W/D

WALK-IN CLOSET

LIVING ALONE 675 sq.ft

DN

UP

STORAGE

H

DW

REF

SHARED LIVINGROOM

K

J

I

W/D

B'

CATERING KITCHEN DW

UP

DN

BBQ PLACE

FIXED GRILL

COLOR REFERENCE PUBLIC USE RETAIL PUBLICALLY RESIDENT USE / COMMUNAL SHARED SHARED SPACE UNIT TYPE1: STUDIO

A'

UNIT TYPE2: 1 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE3: 2 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE4: LIVE-WORK EVENT SPACE

22ND LEVEL

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY OF UNIVERSITY ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALL HEEYA Academy Art2012 University Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON SON


ELEVATION

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

EAST ELEVATION

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ELEVATION

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

SOUTH ELEVATION

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY THESISProject PROJECT MYOUNGHEE FALL 2012 HEEYASON SON Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis


SECTION

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

COLOR REFERENCE

SECTION A-A’

PUBLIC USE RETAIL PUBLICALLY RESIDENT USE / COMMUNAL SHARED SHARED SPACE UNIT TYPE1: STUDIO UNIT TYPE2: 1 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE3: 2 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE4: LIVE-WORK SERVICE

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY ART UNIVERSITYThesis THESISProject PROJECT MYOUNGHEE FALL 2012 HEEYASON SON Academy ofOF Art University THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX


SECTION

SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0” COLOR REFERENCE

SECTION B-B’

PUBLIC USE RETAIL PUBLICALLY RESIDENT USE / COMMUNAL SHARED SHARED SPACE UNIT TYPE1: STUDIO UNIT TYPE2: 1 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE3: 2 BEDROOM UNIT TYPE4: LIVE-WORK SERVICE

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY OF University ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALL 2012 HEEYA SON Academy Art Project MYOUNGHEE SON THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis


WALL WALL SECTION SECTION

METARIAL DETAIL A

WALL SECTION 1

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMYof OFArt ARTUniversity UNIVERSITY Thesis THESIS Project PROJECT Academy THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX

FALL 2012 HEEYASON SON MYOUNGHEE


WALL WALL SECTION SECTION

30TH FLOOR +399'

2"X5" LOUVER SYSTEM ANGLE: VARIES

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT FLOOR

5" MULLION

20" STEEL TUBE 1/2" THINCNESS GUSSET PLATE 2.5" THINCNESS

29TH FLOOR +381'

METARIAL DETAIL D

F

E WALL SECTION 4

SCALE : 1/2”= 1’-0”

24TH FLOOR +321'

DOUBLE GLAZED GLASS PANEL 3/8" CARPET

LIBRARY

5/8" PLYWOOD PLATE 20" STEEL TUBE 1/2" THINCNESS GUSSET PLATE 2.5" THINCNESS

23TH FLOOR +309' METARIAL DETAIL C

E

D WALL SECTION 3

SCALE : 1/2”= 1’-0”

SLOPE

7TH FLOOR +117'

ALUMINUM DOOR SINGLE GLAZED GLASS INTERIOR

EXTERIOR

3/8" KITCHEN TILE 5/8" PLYWOOD PLATE 5/8" FLOOR HARD WOOD

BALCONY

WATER PROOF DECKING MEMBRANE

METARIAL DETAIL B

SLOPE

C

D 0'

1'

5'

10'

6TH FLOOR +105'

WALL SECTION 2

SCALE : 1/2”= 1’-0”

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY THESISProject PROJECT MYOUNGHEE FALL 2012 HEEYASON SON Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis


STRUCTURAL &EXITING EXITINGDIAGRAMS DIAGRAMS STRUCTURAL & 8

A

7

STRUCTURE DETAIL

B

6

C

5

4

D

3

E

2

20” DIA STEEL TUBE

F

1

WALK-IN CLOSET

2” GUESSET PLATE

DW REF

DUCT CHASE

W/D

WALK-IN CLOSET

DUCT CHASE

G

DN

DN

UP

2” GUESSET PLATE

STORAGE

DW

H

REF

UP 4TH TO 5TH

DOWN

W/D

1’ STEEL FRAME

DOWN 4TH TO 3RD

DOWN 5TH TO 4TH

I

DOWN 4TH TO 3RD

J

2.5” GUESSET PLATE

K

UP

REF

UP

DW

DW WALK-IN CLOSET

UP 4TH TO 5TH

DUCT CHASE

DN

DUCT CHASE

DN

DN

WALK-IN CLOSET

FIXED GRILL

DW REF

W/D

DUCT CHASE

DN

4TH LEVEL

22TH LEVEL

23TH LEVEL

8

8

6

B

6

B

7

A

A

7

5

C

C

5

4

4

3

D

D

3

2

E

E

2

1

1

WALK-IN CLOSET

STRUCTURE DETAIL AXONOMETRIC

F

F

WALK-IN CLOSET

DW

DW

WALK-IN CLOSET

COATS

REF

DUCT CHASE

G

G

REF

W/D

W/D

STORAGE

STORAGE

DN

WALK-IN CLOSET

W/D

COATS

H

H

REF

UP 2ND TO 3RD

K

K

J

J

I

I

DOWN 2ND TO 1ST

WALK-IN CLOSET

UP 2ND TO 3RD

WALK-IN CLOSET

DN

DN

COATS

REF

W/D DW

DUCT CHASE WALK-IN CLOSET

DUCT CHASE

DN

STORAGE WALK-IN CLOSET

COATS

W/D

2ND LEVEL

6TH LEVEL

DW

UP

REF

20” DIA STEEL TUBE 1/2” THINKNESS

8

8

6

B

6

B

7

A

A

7

5

C

C

5

4

4

1’ STEEL FRAME

3

D

D

3

2

E

E

2

1

2” GUESSET PLATE 2.5” GUESSET PLATE

G

G

F

F

1

2” GUESSET PLATE

DN

H

H

UP

DOWN 5TH TO 4TH

DOWN 5TH TO 4TH

BOTH SIDES CONTINUOUS FILLET WELD

I

I

DOWN 2ND TO 1ST

UP

K

K

J

J

UP

UP

DN

UP

DUCK CHASE

DUCT CHASE UP

GROUND LEVEL

5TH FLOOR

COUMN PLACEMENT EXTERNAL TUBE STEEL STRUCTURE BEAN RUNNING BEARING WALL SLAB FRAME WORK DUCT CHASE EXITING PATH

STEEL TUBE STRUCTURE

STEEL TUBE + CORES (STAIR CASE & ELEVATORS)

POUR CONCRETE METAL DECKING SLABS

SLABS AND BEAMS CONNECTED TO STEEL TUBE STRUCTURE

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX ACADEMY ART UNIVERSITY Thesis THESISProject PROJECT Academy ofOFArt University THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX

FALL 2012 HEEYASON SON MYOUNGHEE


SUSTAINABLE & MECHANICAL DIAGRAMS

SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES & PRIMARY MECHANICAL SYSTEMS

TRANSPARENT SOLAR PANEL

HAVC UNIT AHU SUPPLY & RETRUN DUCT MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT FLOOR CHILLER

CHILLER “Our new PSCs are made from plastic-like materials and are lightweight and flexible. More importantly, they can be produced in high volume at low cost.” -Yang Yang (UCLA professor of materials science and engineering)

HORIZONTAL SUPPLY & RETURN DUCT IN CEILING AT EACH FLOOR VERTICAL DUCT CHASE

The new polymer solar cell is quite transparent, an advance toward giving windows in homes and other buildings the ability to generate electricity while still allowing people to see outside.

VERTICAL DUCT CHASE CHILLER

AHU

HAVC AHU UNIT

CHILLER

HORIZONTAL SUPPLY & RETURN DUCT IN CEILING AT EACH FLOOR

Yang continues, “These results open the potential for visibly transparent polymer solar cells as add-on components of portable electronics, smart windows and building-integrated photovoltaics and in other applications.” The UCLA researchers have demonstrated high-performance, solution-processed, visibly transparent polymer solar cells through the incorporation of a near-infrared light-sensitive polymer and using silver nanowire composite films as the top transparent electrode. The near-infrared photoactive polymer absorbs more near-infrared light but is less sensitive to visible light, balancing solarc cell performance and transparency in the visible wavelength region. SUSTAINABILTY Transparent Solar Panel

Another breakthrough is the transparent conductor made of a mixture of silver nanowire and titanium dioxide nanoparticles, which is able to replace the opaque metal electrode used in the past. This composite electrode also allows the solar cells to be fabricated economically by solution processing. With this combination, with a 4% power-conversion efficiency for solution-processed and visibly transparent polymer solar cells has been achieved.

Rain Water Flow Control Natural Ventilation Natural Light Penetration Air Circulation in Green Area Green Area

MECHANICAL SYSTEM Radiant Floor (Heating) Duct system

UCLA’S TRANSPARENT PLOYMER SOLAR CELL

TRANSPARENT POLYMER SOLAR CELL DIAGRAM

UCLA has developed a tranceparent film that may be affected to glass and other surfaces to capture sunlight & generate electricity. the film is suitable for window in highrise building.

Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

VIEW FROM NORTH

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX

Academy of Art University Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

VIEW FROM WEST

Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

MAIN LOBBY GROUND LEVEL

INDOOR GARDEN 6TH LEVEL

Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

RESIDENTIAL UNITS

Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


PHYSICAL MODEL

3D PRINTING

VIEW FROM SOUTH

THE TRANSBAY COMPLEX

Academy of Art University Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


PHYSICAL MODEL

3D PRINTING

VIEW FROM NORTH WEST Academy Art University THE TRANSBAY THE COMPLEX TRANSBAY ACADEMY OFCOMPLEX ART UNIVERSITY THESIS PROJECT FALLof 2012 HEEYA SON Thesis Project MYOUNGHEE SON


POLICE ACADEMY & PERFORMANCE THEATER ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY / INTERMEDIATE DESIGN STUDIO 1 MYOUNGHEE SON

FORM DEVELOPMENT

AGGREGATION


PROGRAM DIAGRAM

HYBRIDIZATION OF THE TWO PROGRAMS

THE VOIDS ALLOW FOR SPACE TO OCCUR IN MULTILPLE LOCATIONS BY ALLOWING THE USER FROM ONE PROGRAM TO EXPERIENCE THE VOLUME OF A GIVEN BOUNDARY PLUS THE VOIDED SPACE, SHARING IT WITH THE SURROUNDING

A

PROGRAMS. THE VOIDED SPACE IS SHARED AMONG SEVERAL PROGRAMS ALLOWING FOR VISUAL CONNECTIONS

C

THROUGHOUT THE BUILDING, IT BECOMES THE MAIN COMPONENT TO THE HYBRIDIZATION OF THE TWO PROGRAMS.

B

A+C=A, B+C=B, A AND B DO NOT CLAIM C, BUT IS SHARED AMONG THE TWO.

A+C=A B+C=B LIBRARY

N

MEDIA ROOM

A 3 0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

READING AREA

N

24

A 1

COPY&PC ROOM STACKS

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

24

ROOF GARDEN N A 5

SUPPLY STORAGE

CIRCULATION DESK 0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

24

LECTUREHALL LECTURE HALL

N A 5

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

THEATER

24

SEATINGS

STAGEHOUSE

N

STAGE

A 8

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

CONTROL

24

REHEARSAL ROOMS

ADMIN

STC N

CLASSROOMS

COMPUTER LAB

A 3 0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

24

STORAGE

PRIVATE OFFICES

CLASSROOMS

N

WORKSTATIONS

A 5

COPY&SERVER ROOF GARDEN

N

LIBRARY

N

STUDENT LOUNGE

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

A 6

ROOF GARDEN

FACULTY OFFICES

A 4

24

0

LECTURE HALL

0

THEATER

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

3

6

9

12

15

18

RESTROOMS 21

LECTURE HALL

CONFERENCE ROOM

24

THEATER

24

REHEARSAL ROOM

REHEARSAL ROOMS

CLASS ROOM

CLASSROOMS OFFICE

OFFICE

GYM ADMIN/TRAINER

GYM

LOCKER ROOMS

GYM

OBSTACLE COURSE

WORKOUT FLOOR UTILITY ROOM

SHOP

N A 7

SHOOTING RANGE LOBBY

PLAZA

STORAGE

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

24

SHOOTING RAGE

SHOP

N

STORAGE

A 6

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

21

24

OFFICE

PUBLIC PLAZA N A 6

0

SYMBOL REFERENCE

15

18

21

24

3

6

9

12

18

21

24

15

18

21

24

0

0

3

6

9

12

15

18

6

9

12

15

18

21

LACK OF NATURAL LIGHT

A

ARTIFICIAL LIGHT NEEDED

A

NO ARTIFICIAL LIGHT NEEDED

9

12

15

18

21

24

RECEPTION

21

0

3

6

9

18

21

24

12

15

18

21

24

24

CAFE

N

KITCHEN

A 6

0

OCCUPIED BY PUBLIC N

6

24

OCCUPIED BY STUDENTS NATURAL LIGHT WELLS

3

TICKET 3

HOURS OF OPERATION

N

COAT CHECK

SEATING

N

0

BOSTACLE COURSE

A 7

COMBINED SPACE 12

15

A 6

PRIVATE SPACE

9

12

LOBBY

0

N

6

9

A 6

STUDENTS USE

3

6

N

PUBLIC USE

0

3

SHOOING RANGE

N A 10

3

6

9

12

15

STORAGE

ONE-DAY POLICE ACADEMY EXPERIENCE

10 - 0 SOUND LEVEL VERTICAL MOVEMENT SEATING/ LOUNGE/LAY COMBINATION ONE-DAY EXPERIENCE CIRCULATION FOR EMPLOYEE ONLY CIRULATION FOR USERS VERTICAL CIRCULATION FOR EMPLOYEE ONLY VERTICAL CIRCULATION FOR PUBLIC VERTICAL CIRCULATION FOR STUDENT VISUAL PENETRATION

Police Academy & Performence Theater

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1

MYOUNGHEE SON


SITE PLAN & PLANS

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

IVY STREET

GROUND FLOOR

Police Academy & Performence Theater

SECOND FLOOR

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1

MYOUNGHEE SON


PLANS& SECTIONS

5TH FLOOR (CLASSROOM)

SECTION A-A’

Police Academy & Performence Theater

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

7TH FLOOR (THEATER)

SECTION B-B’

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1

MYOUNGHEE SON


INTERIOR RENDERING

Police Academy & Performence Theater

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1

MYOUNGHEE SON


INTERIOR RENDERING

PUBLIC PLAZA

Police Academy & Performence Theater

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1

MYOUNGHEE SON


URBAN ARTIFICIAL PARK & REHEARSAL STUDIOS ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY / INTERMEDIATE DESIGN STUDIO 1 MYOUNGHEE SON

object territory both

PRIMARY ATTRACTION GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE - CRISSY FIELD SAN FRANCISCO FERRY BUILDING GOLDEN GATE PARK - CALIFORNIA ACADEMY OF SCHIENCE, JAPANESE TEA GARDEN FISHERMAN’S WHARFE ALACTRAZE -BAY CRUUISE UNION SQUARE CABLE CAR CHINA TOWN LOMBARD ALAMO SQUARE OCEAN BEACH TWIN PEAKS COIT TOWER CITY HALL PALACE OF FINE ARTS

primary attraction secondary attraction trail overall segway route bicycle tour bus route by transit by foot bart

NORTH BEACH MARINA RUSSSIAN HILL PRESIDIO

NOB HILL

PACIFIC HEIGHTS

FINANCIAL DISTRICT

DOWNTOWN/CIVIC CENTER INNER RICHMOND

WESTERN ADDITION

OUTER RICHMOND

SECONDARY ATTRACTION FREE ATTRACTIONS FREE MUSEUM (FREE ADMISSION 1DAY PER MONTH) -ASIAN ART MUSEUM -CALIFORNIA ACADEM OF SCIENCE -EXPLORATORIUM -MUSEO ITALO AMERICANO -LEGION OF HONOR. ALWAYS FREE -CABLE CAR MUSEUM -CHINESE HISTORY MUSEUM -SAN FRANCISCO FIRE MUSEUM -NORTH BEACH MUSEUM -WELLS FARGO HISTORY MUSEUM FREE PERFORMANCES -GOLDEN GATE PARK BAND CONCERTS -SF MIME TROUPE -SF SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL -STERN GROVE CONCERTS AT NIGHT -VAMPIRE TOUR -TAKE A SEGWAY TOUR -GHOST TOUR -TAKE AN EVENING BUS TOUR TOP BEST FOOD CART & TRUCKS -ADOBO HOBO -BBQ KALBI TACO -CHAIRMAN BAO BUN TRUCK -CREAME BRUIEE CART -CREPES A GO GO -CURRY UP NOW -EL TONAYENSE

CHINATOWN

PRESIDIO HEIGHTS

SEACLIFF

SOUTH OF MARKET

HAIGHT ASHBURY

GOLDEN GARE PARK

CASTRO/UPPER MARKET INNER SUNSET

MISSION

OUTER SUNSET

POTRERO HILL

TWIN PEAKS

ZONING NOE VALLY

COMMERCIAL RESICENTIAL

PARKSIDE

DIAMOND HEIGHTS BERNAL HEIGHTS WEST OF TWIN PEAKS

GLEN PARK BAYVIEW

HOUSEHOLD SIZE OUTER MISSION

LAKESHORE

EXCELSIOR

LOOKING FOR SOCIAL NETWORK

LESS THAN 2 PERSONS

ZONING

LESS DENSITY HIGH DENSITY

COMMERCIAL

OCEAN VIEW VISITACION VALLEY CROCKER AMAZON 0

0.5

1

2 miles


PROGRAM DIAGRAM

CONCEPTUAL IDEA & IRCULATION

LOUNGE/BAR RESTAURANT

REHEARSAL STAGE &AUDITORIUM

ENTERTAINMENT

MUSIC STUDIO

DANCE STUDIO DANCE ROOMS

LOCKER ROOM

OUTDOOR PRACTICE AREA

DOG PARK PLAYGROUND WITH DOG

DOG WASH

GYM

SOCIAL ACTIVITY

PRIVATE OFFICES

MUSIC STUDIO

LOCKER2

PRIVATE OFFICES

LOCKER1

MUSIC STUDIO

EVENT SPACE

KITCHEN

FLEA MARKET, MOVIES, OPEN GALLERY

LOCKER ROOM

TMR

RESTING AREA READING, SITTING, MEETING

PRIVATE OFFICES

PERSONAL ACTIVITY

CELLS

STO 3

PSR

DISPATCH ROOM

RR

VOR PIIR

ADMIN OFFICE

PIIR

STO 2

EVENT SPACE

PUBLIC RESTROOMS PIIR

PIIR

CAFÉ

STO 1

RESTAURANT

PUBLIC SPACE + PRIMARY CIRCULATION

ADMIN

SPACE FOR THE POLICE STATION SECONDARY CIRCULATION TO THE TOP TERTIARY CIRCULATION FOR PERFORMING ARTS

LOBBY

WALKWAY WITH DOGS

PUBLIC PLAZA

SPEED OF SPACE

PARKING

CHIEFS OFFICE

LIEUTENANT’S OFFICE

DRUGS, WEAPONS, VALUABLES VAULTS/ARMORY

SERGEANT’S OFFICE

PUBLIC PARKING

RECORDS ROOM

EVIDENCE/PROCESSING/FILE STORAGE

VIDEO OBSERVATION ROOM

STORAGE / CUSTODIAL /SUPPLY

PUBLIC RESTROOM DISPATCH ROOM

LOBBY

(POLICE STATION )

CHECK IN-OUT

PUBLIC INTERVIEW INTERROGATION ROOMS

ADMINISTATIVE OFFICES

PRISONER PROCESSING

GENERAL HOLDING CELL

JUVENILE CELL + WC

TRAINNING MEETING ROOM

CAFE

PATROL SQUAD ROOM

LOCKER ROOM

WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOMS/ SHOWERS/ BATHROOMS MEN’S LOCKER ROOMS/ SHOWERS/ BATHROOMS

FITNESS CENTER PUBLIC PLAZA

ENTRANCE

LOBBY

(PERFORMANCE REHEARSAL STUDIO )

OFFICE / ADMINISTRATION

SMALL AUDITORIUM

(URBAN ARTIFICIAL PLAYGROUND)

LOUNGE / BAR

RESTROOM

MEN’S CELL + WC

RESTROOM

MUSIC STUDIO / DANCE STUDIO

OUTDOOR PRACTICE AREA LOCKER ROOM

REHEARSAL STAGE

LOBBY

WOMAN’S CELL + WC

WOMEN’S LOCKER ROOMS/ SHOWERS/ BATHROOMS MEN’S LOCKER ROOMS/ SHOWERS/ BATHROOMS

PATHWAY

ARTIFICIAL PARK

NIGHT CLUB GYM DOG PARK

Urban Artificial Park & Rehearsal Studios

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1 MYOUNGHEE SON


PLANS

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

IVY STREET

SECOND FLOOR

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

IVY STREET

GROUND FLOOR

Urban Artificial Park & Rehearsal Studios

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1 MYOUNGHEE SON


PLAN & SECTIONS

POLK STREET

HAYES STREET

IVY STREET

THIRD FLOOR

SECTION A-A’

SECTION B-B’

Urban Artificial Park & Rehearsal Studios

SECTION C-C’

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1 MYOUNGHEE SON


EXTERIOR & INTERIOR RENDERINGS

REHEARSAL STAGE/OPEN PERFORMING AREA

REHEARSAL STUDIO & PUBLIC PLAZA

Urban Artificial Park & Rehearsal Studios

INDOOR PARK Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1 MYOUNGHEE SON


EXTERIOR & INTERIOR RENDERINGS

PUBLIC PLAZA & POLICE STATION

INDOOR PARK

Urban Artificial Park & Rehearsal Studios

INDOOR PARK

Academy of Art University Intermediate Design Studio 1 MYOUNGHEE SON


A

EXTEND CAP RECEIVER MIN.2" BASE FLASHING CANT STRIP

1 A4

ROOFING MEMBRANE 3

4"

PLYWOOD

SCUPPER LEFT SCREEN CONDUCTOR HEAD DOWNSPOUT RAIN LEADER

STRIP WOOD SIDING

NOMINAL 6X12

5 A3

LOEWEN WOOD FRAMED SLIDING PATIO DOOR 5'X7'

WOOD CONTRUCTION RESIDENTIAL ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY / Materials & Methods of Construction MYOUNGHEE SON

DURADEK WATER PROOF DECKING MEMBRANE 1

2"

GYPSUM BOARD

8X12 FINISH GRADE WOOD BEAM

4 A3

LOEWEN WOOD FRAMED CASEMENT WINDOW 5'X6'

3 A3

SILL FLASHING NOMINAL 2X6 3/8" WOOD FLOOR FINISH

2 A3

3

4"

PLYWOOD SUBFLOORING

9" FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION NOMINAL 2X12 1

2"

GYPSUM BOARD

NOMINAL 2X6 1X6 WOOD SIDING WOOD FINISH FLASHING

1 A3 HEADER NOMINAL 6X12

RAIN LEADER

2 A2

DORALCO HERCULITE DOOR 7'X6'

1 A2

ELEVATION

8"

WOOD FLOOR FINISH

3

4"

PLYWOOD

REBAR

12X12 PRE-CAST CATCH BASIN

SCALE 3/4" = 1'-0"

3

5" CONCRETE WATER PROOF MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION WATER PROOF MENBRANE 2" SAND

A' A

4" CRUSHED GRANITE GRAVEL REBAR

PLAN

SECTION A-A'

SCALE 3/4" = 1'-0"

SCALE 3/4" = 1'-0"

A' ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY

SUMMER 2010

ARH 604 MATERIALS & METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

PLAN, ELEVATION AND SECTION

SCALE : 3/4"=1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 08/09/10

HEEYA SON

A1


FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION STRIP WOOD SIDING 3

8"

INTERIOR WALL FINISH

AIR SPACE

VAPOR BARRIER

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE

NOMINAL 6X12 HEADER

EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

COPPER FLASHING SHIM 1 3 4" X 4 12" HEADER CLADDING

ADJUSTABLE BLOCKING CLADDING SURE-GRIP SQUARE RAIL 1 16"THICK U-SHAPED WITH 116" SHIM

2 A2

STANDARD DOOR RAIL HEADER & TOP PIVOT

1

2"

VINYL

TEMPERED GLASS

SCALE : 6"=1'-0" 1

2"

TEMPERED GLASS

1 16"

THICK U-SHAPED VINYL WITH CLADDING

FLASHING

1 16"

SHIM

SURE-GRIP SQUARE RAIL 1

2" SOLID ALUM. RISER SHIM FOR ADD. BOTTOM CLEARANCE

GALVANIZED SHEET METAL FLASHING

ADJUSTABLE BLOCKING

FIBROUS EXPANSION JOINT MATERIAL 1 16"

BITUMINOUS COATING

WOOD FLOOR FINISH

STANDARD THRESHOLDS 1

BRICK PAVING STONES

4"-

20 HEX NUT

3

4"

PLYWOOD

5" CONCRETE REBAR

WATER PROOF MEMBRANE RIGID INSULATION WATER PROOF MEMBRANE 2" SAND 4" CRUSHED GRANITE GRAVEL REBAR

FILTER FABRIC PROTECT TOP OF PIPE AND DRAINAGE MAT FROM SOIL PARTICLES 3

1 16"

4"

DRAINAGE MAT

BITUMINOUS COATING

CEMENT WEDGE DIRECTS WATER AWAY FROM JOINT WITH FOOTING

1 16"

BITUMINOUS COATING

PERFORATED DRAIN PIPE

1 A2

FOUNDATION AND DOOR DETAIL SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY

SUMMER 2010

ARH 604 MATERIALS & METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

FOUNDATION AND DOOR DETAILS

Wood Construction Residential

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 08/09/10

HEEYA SON

A2

Academy of Art University Materials & Methods of Construction MYOUNGHEE SON


FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION STRIP WOOD SIDING 3

8"

INTERIOR WALL FINISH

AIR SPACE

VAPOR BARRIER

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE

NOMINAL 6X12 HEADER

EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

STRIP WOOD SIDING 3

8"

AIR SPACE

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

SHIM

COPPER FLASHING

JAMB

EXTERIOR SIDE CASING

INTERIOR CASING TRIM VARIES

COPPER FLASHING EXTERIOR SIDE CASING

WINDOW DETAIL

3 A3

1

8"

TEMPERED GLASS

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

1

STOOL

8"

TEMPERED GLASS

SHIM

SILL COPPER FLASHING

3

8"

5 A3

NOMINAL 2X6 TOP PLATE

STRIP WOOD SIDING AIR SPACE

BALCONY DOOR DETAILS SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

INTERIOR WALL FINISH

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE

VAPOR BARRIER

EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION

WINDOW DETAIL

2 A3

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

DURADEK WATER PROOF DECKING MEMBRANE SILL COPPER FLASHING

5

8" 3

HARD WOOD FLOOR 8"

RED ROSIN PAPER 5

8"

COPPER FLASHING

PLYWOOD

NOMINAL 2X12 WOOD BEAM

1/4" SLOPED / 1'

'L' TRIM (CONTINUOUS) COMPLETE WITH BUTYL TAPE & FASTENERS

9" FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION

1 A3

SHIM

DURADEK WATER PROOF DECKING MEMBRANE

FLOOR DETAILS

4 A3

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY

SUMMER 2010

ARH 604 MATERIALS & METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

DOOR AND WINDOW DETAILS

Wood Construction Residential

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

BALCONY DETAILS SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 08/09/10

HEEYA SON

A3

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ANCHOR PLATE WITH COMPRESSION BARS CONTINUOUS CLEAT FORMED METAL COPING

STRIP WOOD SIDING 3

STRIP WOOD SIDING 3

8"

8"

AIR SPACE

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

AIR SPACE

BUILDING PAPER PERMEABLE TYPE EXTERIOR SHEATHING 3 4" PLYWOOD

EXTEND CAP RECEIVER MIN.2"

BASE FLASHING CLOSURE FLANGE SEALANT SEALED SOLDERED

WELL-ROUNDED GRAVEL BALLAST; 10 PSF MINIMUM

CANT STRIP

5

GRAVEL STOP CONTINUOUS COPPER CLEAT

SEALANT LOCKED SEAM

8"

PLYWOOD

ROOFING MEMBRANE

1/4" SLOPED / 1' LEFT SCREEN

CONDUCTOR HEAD RAIN LEADER BOX

DOWNSPOUT RAIN LEADER

NOMINAL 2X6 TOP PLATE FIBERGLASS BATT INSULATION VAPOR BARRIER INTERIOR WALL FINISH

1 A4

PARAPET AND SCUPPER DETAILS SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY

SUMMER 2010

ARH 604 MATERIALS & METHODS OF CONSTRUCTION

PARAPET DETAILS

Wood Construction Residential

SCALE : 6"=1'-0"

RESIDENTIAL BUILDING 08/09/10

HEEYA SON

A4

Academy of Art University Materials & Methods of Construction MYOUNGHEE SON


HeeyaNe Korean Restaurant

PLUMBING DRAWINGS

COVER SHEET FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN ELEVATIONS SECTIONS ROOM AND DOOR FINISH SCHEDULE TOILET DETAIL DETAILS

ARCHITCTURAL DRAWINGS A-O A-1 A-2 A-3 A-4 A-5 A-6 A-7

STRUCTURAL DRAWINGS

FLOOR PLANS FLOOR PLANS

P-1 P-2

FLOOR PLANS FLOOR PLANS

FLOOR PLANS FLOOR PLANS

S-1 S-2

E-1 E-2

ELECTRICAL DRAWINGS

FLOOR PLANS FLOOR PLANS

MECHANICAL DRAWINGS M-1 M-2

A-0

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

102 A STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94113

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY / CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS AND BUILDING CODES MYOUNGHEE SON

SF LOCAL NEWSPAPER 100 A STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94113

RESTAURANT DESING


TOTAL:234

ROOM

AREA SF

O.L.F

OL

DINNING

2400 SF

15

160

KITCHEN

1400 SF

200

7

PORCH

1000 SF

15

66

OFFICE

100

100

1

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

O.L. CALCULATION

FIRST FLOOR PLAN

O.L. CALCULATION

TOTAL:98

ROOM

AREA SF

O.L.F

OL

OFFICE

5500 SF

100

55

PORCH

650 SF

15

43

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

A-1

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

A-2 Restaurant Design

Academy of Art University Cconstruction Documents & Building Codes MYOUNGHEE SON


1

2

3

5

4

7

6

B

C

D

1ST STREET ELEVATION

7

6

A-3

5

3

4

2

BUILDING SECTION 1

A

B

BUILDING SECTION 2

Restaurant Design

C

D

1

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

A

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

A STREET ELEVATION

A-4 Academy of Art University Cconstruction Documents & Building Codes MYOUNGHEE SON


HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

A-6

MEN’S INTERIOR ELEVATIONS

FACADE DETAIL

PARAPET DETAIL

LOUVER DETAIL

ALUMINUM WINDOW JAMB DETAIL

FOOTING DETAIL

TYP GYP BD WALL

FIRE RATED COLUMN DETAIL

Restaurant Design

HeeyaNe KOREAN RESTAURANT SF LOCAL NEWPAPER

TYP.ONE HOUR FIRE RATED WALL

A-7

Academy of Art University Cconstruction Documents & Building Codes MYOUNGHEE SON


SKETCH & PAINTING


SKETCH & PAINTING

Drawing

24x72 inch charcoal

2009


SKETCH & PAINTING

Drawing

18x24 inch pen

2007


SKETCH & PAINTING

Perspective Drawing

36 x24 inch pencil

2012


SKETCH & PAINTING

Painting

18x18 inch acrylic paint

2012

MyoungHee Son  

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