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ARCHITECTURE PORTFOLIO 2009-13 . HERMAN LUK


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Personal Full name: Luk Hong Yuen, Herman (陸匡願) Address: Flat RB 19/F Tower 8 Flora, Le Prime of Le Prestige, Lohas Park, Tseung Kwan O Phone: 65485281(mobile) 28037391(residence) E-mail: hktreasure@gmail.com Digital portfolio: http://www.issuu.com/hktreasure Blog: http://kleinatecture.blogspot.com

Education Delft University of Technology (Sep 10 - Jun 13) Master of Science in Architecture Msc1: Studio Border Condition (instructor: Sang Lee) Msc2: Studio Hyberbody (instructor: Marco Verde) Msc3-4: Graduation Studio Public Realm (instructor: Michiel Riedijk) The University of Hong Kong (Sep 06 - Jun 09) Bachelor of Arts (Architectural Studies), Second Class Honours, Upper Division

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School Design works deepFORMATION Ink-liquid morphology: Rel’inked Master Year 1 (Msc2) / / Hyperbody Studio / Supervisor: Marco Verde

[intertwining] Theatrical space Bodies in motion Master Year 1 (Msc1) / Border Condition Studio / Supervisor: Sang Lee

Transportation and Leisure Hub: Reconfiguring the fragmented urban fabrics in Ankara Master year 2 (Msc 3&4) / Public Realm Studio / Supervisor: Michiel Riedijk

Tecto-scape Factory: Live-in factory in Dongguan Bachelor Year 3 / / Supervisor: Carolin Fong

Professional practice

Saadiyat Island Cultural District Canal Bridges & Public Realm in Abu Dhabi / RMJM

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deepFORMATION Ink-liquid morphology: REL’INKED Master Year 1 (Msc2) / / Hyperbody Studio / Supervisor: Marco Verde

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The project objective is to extract the morphological properties of ink pattern in the liquid to generate form within the temporal sense. During the process, the methodology of data abstraction and processing is studied. Stage One: Ink experiment The aim of this experiment is to find the morphology of the ink pattern produced in the liquid. During the experiment, several constraints such as ink volume and concentration were considered as the production of catalogue series of the ink pattern. In the end of this stage only one of the ink pattern was chosen for further investigation. Stage Two: Data processing Temporal data of ink pattern were first abstracted by overlaying the images. In this sense, the trend of movement and transition of the ink particles could be traced and potential way for data processing could be discovered. After firming the clusters of the overall pattern according to the phenomenon of the different particle speeds and directions, frame lines were traced accordingly. Also, points cloud were extracted based on the frame lines and also the density of the ink pattern by using parametric software. From this point, a full collection of point clouds with different clusters are hence established

hierarchy is based on the connection of the points within framlines, in which network of lines with different connectivity could be formed, while the second hierarchy is focused on a larger scale, in which the idea of principle region is introduced to deal with the intersection across clusters. Stage Four: Form generation With the point clouds the connection algorithm was refined further. Four stages of curves development and optimization were undergone. From choosing specific points from point clouds, connecting those points with lines according to the clusters to optimizing the curves according to formula. Finally, 4 sets of curves were generated and components of plates and surfaces were formed according to the curves and new set of algorithm of plate surface creations. Stage Five: Project proposal Combining with the human scale, structural possibility and the relationship with the environment, the parameters of the components were further refined and optimized. Adjustment of the existing landscape according to the similar algorithm was proposed for the possibility of the entire project that emerge with the whole site condition.

Stage Three: Connection algorithm Several studies of connection algorithm have been set up to allow further investigation of the connection potential of the point cloud as a key procedure to the form generation. Studies were based on two hierarchies and dimensions: inter-frameline connection and intercluster connection. The first deepFORMATION Ink-liquid morphology: REL’INKED / Hyperbody Studio

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[intertwining] theatrical space: bodies in motion Master Year 1 (Msc1) / Border Condition Studio / Supervisor: Sang Lee

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The studio consists of investigations of urban interaction, expression and its boundaries and promote the use of drawings and models for investigation, experimentation and trials. The brief is to design a public theatre at the Schiemond Pier in Rotterdam where students were involved in the construction of index models expressing the tectonic qualities extracted from systematic explorations of urban conditions in Rotterdam and include many types social encounters and how they take place. And then the qualities of the index models will be investigated and the design of theaters as a place of dramatic events and architectonic composition that reflects both the programmatic organization and the indexicality of architectonic forms.

these areas, which have contrastly different density, speed and composition of shoes types of pedestrians. In the latter stage the consideration of sound is also included. And then an index model is made by using time as z-axis to transform the 2D analysis mapping into 3D, and hence to progress in the later stage of building design. The twisting quality of the volume is derived by the lines in z-axis joining by the alternating point. In that sense, the shape of the longitudinal section is changing along the z-axis.

Rotterdam as sound city Unlike other metropolitan city such as Tokyo and Hong Kong, I am fanscinated with the sound from the human movement in rotterdam which could be heared clearly, whenever it is produced from either high heels, sneakers, leather shoes or sandals. Hence, some researches were done on the pavement pattern and the shoes type. The sound is produced differently with two totally different media. The sound heard by different people is different. So we just revealed our research data and give rooms for audience to imagine how is the sounds produced. Mapping and index model In the beginning the hybrid of pavement pattern and shoes type were recorded as two major media with direct contact with each other with an evidence for the production of sound by human in city. Then some areas in a smaller scale were chosen to investigate the human walking pattern and walking speed in [intertwining] theatrical space: bodies in motion / Border Condition Studio

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Mapping Analysis of rhythm of pedestrian movement in Rotterdam

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From 2D to 3D Transform 2D mapping into 3D indexmodel

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Sections (on the right) Aluminium panels layer Main structure Diagonal structure Glass panels

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1. Roof construction in the corner: 10mm aluminium sheet panel, thermal insulation, acoustic insulation, vapour barrier 2. 60mm laminated glass 3. Roof construction: 10mm aluminium sheet panel, 50mm thermal insulation, vapour barrier, 100mm acoustic insulation; 200mm thermal insulation 4. Steel RHS

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Transit and service hub: recentralize the fragmented city fabrics in Ankara Master Year 2 (Msc3&4) / Public Realm Studio / Supervisor: Michiel Riedijk (Project in progress)

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Fragmented city fabrics in Ankara As if many big-scale cities, Ankara is undergoing fragmentation process during these decades because of the exponential population growth and city expansion. Decentralization process continues in the 21st centuries, and without a common concentric area, these fragmentation and decentralized process increases the social stratification and decreasing diversity of each decentralized communities and social groups. Therefore, the main purpose of the thesis is to investigate the alternative and more sustainable way of urban growth in which the city itself could be re-concentrated and re-centralized once again. So the main aim of the project is to recentralize the fragmented city fabrics in Ankara.

experience of the users. The trapezium shaped building also allows users and visitors to experience the transition moment between the city and the park through steps which reaches to the top.

Urban intervention From urban scale, it is proposed to create an infrastructure loop on the edge of the state farm, which act as buffer zone between the existing urban fabrics and the proposed green area in the state farm. The setting up of the infrastructure loop create a “border�, but at the same time promoting circulation between these two sides. Architectural intervention Transit and service hub would be intervented in each nodal point of the loop. The architecture has dual performance to the infrastructure and park services. In addition to the analogical comparison to exisiting infrastructural hub which acts as circulation and assembly place, the specific location of the archtiecture between city and park side increases the potential of spatial design of the building and spatial Transit and service hub: Recentralize the fragmented city fabrics in Ankara / Public Realm Studio

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Urban situation and position

Urban sprawl development Ankara was originally planned with dual city centre in a confined city scale. However, due to the expansion of the population, the city scale is uncontrolled and expanded towards the west. Many suburbs are developed and created its own sub-centre. Hence, the capital city lost its concentric state of the original planning and became decentralized.

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Position: Introducing park to recentralize the city From urban scale, it is proposed to create an infrastructure loop on the edge of the state farm, which act as buffer zone between the existing urban fabrics and the proposed green area in the state farm. The setting up of the infrastructure loop create a “border�, but at the same time promoting circulation between these two sides.

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Design as leisure strips

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Techto-scape factory: live-in factory in dongguan Bachelor Year 3/ Supervisor: Caroline Fon

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The exploration of techonology and materials in the first term brings the knowledge we have learnt into designing factory in the urban reality of the Pearl River Delta . The design approach is driven from the component study of last term. The goal is to create a 21st century live-in factory at Dongguan that addresses the challenges posed by the conflicting interests of urban landscape and manufacturing facilities, and to continue and apply the “bottom up� approach to architectural design.

without destroying any prefabricated modules. They can be reused on the other sites. Modular system as driven point of design Potential of having varies performances and alternating form has been studied continuously throughout the semester. In the scale of building, variety of performance has been developed by considering the dormitary space, roof and elevated walkway. Hence, the structural system of the whole cluster has been designed.

China is the world’s manufacturing hub. The proliferation of factories and the supporting infrastructure are the major driving forces of the extensive urbanization of the Pearl River Delta in the past twenty years. Apart from revenues and economic growth, these live-in factories have also brought along social, development and evnironmental issues that further shape the urban landscape of cities and towns in this part of the country. The collision of living and working on an urban scale shold bear the potential to become a catalyst for an urban identity. Bent plywood factory Plywood manufacturing factory is proposed to be built in the site with the manufacturing process from importing wood veneer to producing prefabricated curved plywood modules. The module is designed to suit different performances by configurating the modules in variety of ways, such as chairs, tables, shelfs or canopies. Plywood can be recyled to produce another kind of wood panel. Also, prefabriabated modules create much less waste from construction comparing with on site construction. In this case, only the technique of screwing is required to install the facade. Also, it can be reinstalled in antoher site Techto-scape factory: live-in factory in Dongguan / Bachelor Final Year studio

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Design concept and strategy

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Dormitory plan Second floor plan

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Saadiyat Island Cultural District Canal Bridge & Public Realm Abu Dhabi / RMJM / JUL 2010 - AUG 2011

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As part of the Saadiyat Cultural District project in Abu Dhabi, U.A.E., this project focuses at the Cultural Canal and the pedestrian bridges along it. The Cultural Canal Public project aims to define a unique waterfront experience linking world class museums within the area, namely the Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, the Lourve Abu Dhabi, the Performing Arts Centre as well as the Zayed National Museum. Pedestrian bridges The main focus of this project are the 5 pedestrian bridges, which not only serves the practical function of connecting both sides of the canal, but also act as viewing platforms for tourists. Some of the bridges can also be seen as sculptural art pieces since they possess unique dynamic geometries. Main role: simple rendering for bridges, modeling the shape and the details of the bridges, doing CAD drawings for GA drawings and detail drawings. Maintainance building The maintainance building, which locates along the canal, serves for maintainance of canal boat. Main role: simple rendering for facade options and interior views

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Site and design parameters

Site and design parameters

PB2

PB3

PB6

PB3

PB7 PB6

PB2

PB8

BM1, BM2, BM3, BML PB7

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100

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Cultural building and maintenance building

BM1

BM2

BM3

BML

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CM

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PB3 Option B

Minimal -tech Minimal Minimal Hi-tech Minimal Minimal Minimal Hi-tech Minimal Contextual Hi-tech Pedestrian bridge design Minimal Contextual Hi-tech

Special Options Special Options Special Options Special Options Special Options Options Special Options Minimal SpecialSpecial Options Minimal

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LONGITUDINAL SECTION

F

1:300@A3

E

CROSS

F

1:300@A3

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

1:50@A3

F

1:300@A3

1:50@A3

CROSS SECTION

CROSS SECTION 1:50@A3

PB3

D

+10m to +10m and is therefore below at +2.50m.

D

B

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D

ELEVATION

1:1500@A3

A

1:300@A3

C

1:1500@A3

PLAN @ +10.0 1:300@A3

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PLAN @ +10.0 1:300@A3

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LOCATION PLAN AT +10.0M

PLAN @ +10.0 1:300@A3

1:100@A1

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REFLECTED SOFFIT PLAN 1:100@A1

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A

C

A

ELEVATION

1:300@A3

ELEVATION

1:300@A3

PLAN @ +8.0 1:300@A3

PLAN @ +8.0 1:300@A3

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3.1

A

BRIDGe DeSIGN PB2 - MATeRIALS

U-FRAME DETAIL NTS

Fabricated stainless steel arch u-shaped stainless steel hangers (4 No.) at 9.5m spacing Handrail with recessed slot for continuous band of light clear tempered glass Stone finish Metal channel for fixing glass parapet

Screed Precast concrete deck Spine beam

3.2

BRIDGe DeSIGN PB3 - MATeRIALS U-FRAME DETAIL

A

B

NTS

ARCH SPRINGING POINT DETAIL

U-FRAME DETAIL

A

NTS

A

NTS

STAIR FIXING DETAIL STAIR FIXING DETAIL ARCH SPRINGING POINT DETAIL A NTS B NTS

B

NTS

BRACKET DETAIL BRACKET B NTS DETAIL

C

NTS

GUTTER DETAIL NTS

Fabricated stainless steel arch Tempered clear glass

Spine beam

Wooden handrail

u-shaped stainless steel hangers (4 No.) at 9.5m spacing

Handrail post Stainless Steel profile

Shadow gap for continuous band of light Gutter

RFR

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RFR

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Stone finish concrete

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10

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SOFFIT SET-OUT PLAN 1:100@A1

C

STAIR ELEVATION STAIR ELEVATION C NTS NTS

D

HANDRAIL DETAIL HANDRAIL DETAIL Hong Kong T +852 2548 1698 D RMJM NTS NTS

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SOFFIT PATTERN 9-16 1:50@A1

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12

13

14

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Recessed slot on the handrail for continuous band of light

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Tempered clear glass

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11/F Warwick HouseDETAIL (West) F GUTTER Taikoo Place E

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NTS

Stainless steel handrail

SOFFIT SET-OUT PLANRFR

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1:100@A1

RFR

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

Slots on stone finish for drainage Stone finish Gutter channel In-situ concrete

1

Precast concrete tray

Recessed pockets for Soffits lighting

3.4

B

BRIDGe DeSIGN PB7 - MATeRIALS A

AXON - 3D SETTING OUT

SOFFIT PATTERN 1-8 1:50@A1

2

A

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NTS

3

4

5

6

7

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ARCH SPRINGING POINT DETAILS

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15

18

17

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24

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SOFFIT PATTERN 9-16 1:50@A1

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NTS

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STAIR FIXING DETAIL

B

NTS

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SOFFIT PATTERN 17-24

Soffit pattern design for PB3

1:50@A1

PERSPECTIVE

RFR

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

NTS

D

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (W Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

DETAIL - PATTERN

1:10@A1

Steel rods at 2.4m intervals Tempered clear glass

17

Stainless steel handrail with recessed slot for continuous band of light

18

19

20

21

22

24

23

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Stone finish

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SOFFIT PATTERN 17-24

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (West) Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

1:50@A1

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

T +852 2548 1698 F +852 2547 6386 E hongkong@rmjm.com W www.rmjm.com

Screed Precast concrete deck

Steel rods at 2.4m intervals Stainless steel handrail with recessed slot for continuous band of light Tempered clear glass Recess pockets for soffit lighting

3.5

BRIDGe DeSIGN PB8 - MATeRIALS A

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Wooden handrail

SECTION DETAIL - HANDRAIL

B

1:1@A1

ARCH SPRINGING POINT DETAILS

B

NTS

ARCH SPRINGING POINT DETAILS

A

B

NTS

ELEVATION DETAIL - HANDRAIL

C

1

1:1@A1

STAIR FIXING DETAIL

C

NTS

DETAIL PERSPECTIVE NTS

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (West) Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

DECK DETAIL NTS

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STAIR FIXING DETAIL

NTS

Handrail post Stainless Steel profile

B

SOFFIT PATTERN 1-8 1:50@A1

A

Shadow gap for continuous band of light

A

DETAIL - PANELS 1:10@A1

RFR

C

DIAGRAM - CASTING METHOD

1:10@A1

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

SECTION DETAIL - GLASS BALUSTRADE 1:1@A1

RFR

Gutter

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

Stone finish concrete

RFR

Vaulted soffit

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

RFR

4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

B

A

Detail design

SECTION DETAIL - HANDRAIL

B

1:1@A1

B

SECTION DETAIL - LIGHT RECESS 1:1@A1

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DECK DETAIL NTS

ELEVATION DETAIL - HANDRAIL

1:1@A1 C

DETAIL PERSPECTIVE - GUTTER 1:1@A1

D

SECTION DETAIL - HANDRAIL 1:1@A1

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E

DETAIL PERSPECTIVE C NTS SECTION DETAIL - HANDRAIL 1:1@A1

F

NTS

F +852 2547 6386 E hongkong@rmjm.com W www.rmjm.com

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (West) Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

DECK DETAIL NTS

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (West) Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

DETAIL PERSPECTIVE T +852 2548 1698

RMJM Hong Kong 11/F Warwick House (West) Taikoo Place 979 King’s Road

T +852 2548 1698 F +852 2547 6386 E hongkong@rmjm.com W www.rmjm.com

PERSPECTIVE

T +852 2548 1698 F +852 2547 6386 E hongkong@rmjm.com W www.rmjm.com

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4, rue d'Enghien 75010 PARIS Tel. +33 1 53 24 91 00 Fax. +33 1 53 24 13 31

D

NTS

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DETAIL - PATT 1:10@A1

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