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PORI FO LI O

HONGYU YU 2015-2019 INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE


To create, one must first question everything.” – Eileen Gray


HELLO / 你好/ HOLA / CIAO: My name is Hongyu Yu (于泓浴). I have graduated from the University of Oregon in June this year with a Bachelor’s in Interior Architecture and an Art minor. I would like to invite you to browse through my professional and academic portfolio. This portfolio captures several selected projects from 2016-2019. Through these projects I aim to underscore my connection to interior, structure, and landscape; and deeply focus on those combinations. I gained a new perspective on the design process in my Art minor, where my work with textiles and materials helps me to develop a more flexible and aesthetic space.

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INTEREST WITH


INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE SCHOOL DESIGN

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE OFFICE DESIGN

INTERIOR ARCHITECTURE MUSEUM DESIGN

ARCHITECTURE COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL DESIGN

TABLE OF CONTENTS

FURNITURE DESIGN

FURNITURE DESIGN

MULTI-MEDIA HAND DRAWINGS

WORKING DRAWINGS

TEXTILE ART PROJECT

PHOTOGRAPH PROJECT


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL 2019

1,783 HOURS 2018

WAR LETTER MUSEUM 2017

SHOPHOUSE 2016

THE LITTLE CHAIR 2017

PATHWAY 2017

DRAWINGS CAD DETAIL DRAWINGS 2018

ART PROJECT ART PROJECT


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL

RENDERED VIEW - SECOND FLOOR SCHOOL AGE READING AREA


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL ABSTRACT The project renovates the church building into the after-school program and daycare. Whether a child with a disability is in the “mainstream” classroom or not, after-school programs can provide supplemental educational programs that can be tailored to meet students’ needs and give them a better chance to reach their full potential. After school program have social and academic benefits while also building confidence and skills in disabilities. After school activities can help participants work together, learn from each other, and build friendships.

DESIGN DIAGRAMS

In order to provide professional care for children with disabilities both at home and school, the school will conduct training for parents of children with disabilities. The project design considers the following important issues (facets): general school design flaws, neonatal disability, non-professional home schools, low-income families, discriminatory barriers and school violence.

DESIGN CONCEPTUAL

+ ADD FLOOR

SKYLIGHT OPENINGS


RENDERED TODDLER BENCH-SHELFING SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

TODDLER DAY CARE BENCH-SHELFING


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL

N SECOND FLOOR PLAN

N FIRST FLOOR PLAN


N MEZZANINE FLOOR & ROOF PLAN

MIDDLE SCHOOL MULTI ACTIVITIES AREA RENDERED VIEW AT SECOND FLOOR


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL AXON. DIAGRAM OF BUILDING NAVE REMODEL


GLASS FLOORING SECTION SCALE: 1/4”=1’-0”

DOW CORNING 995 STRUCTURAL SILICONE PERIMETER MEMBER STEEL ANGLE SUPPORT STRUCTURAL GLASS FLOORING

RCB-LED LIGHTING STRIP CHANNEL 1" MIDNIGHT BLUE LUSTER ZIRCON FIRE GLASS FILLINGS

GLASS FLOORING CONSTRUCTION DETAIL SCALE: 1-1/2”=1’-0”

NORTH ENTRANCE LOBBY AND RECEPTION DESK RENDERED VIEW AT FIRST FLOOR

STRUCTURAL GLASS FLOORING


SPECIAL NEEDS EDUCATION SCHOOL

OFFICE ENTRANCE RENDERED VIEW AT FIRST FLOOR EAST OFFICE ENTRANCE

OFFICE RESTING AND WORKING AREA RENDERED VIEW AT FIRST FLOOR OFFICE SPACE

SOUTH VIEW LONGITUDINAL SECTION SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”


SITE MODEL PICTURES

SITE MODEL PICTURES

WEST VIEW TRANSVERSE SECTION SCALE: 1/8”=1’-0”


VOLUNTEER HUB AT FIRST FLOOR OFFICE


TODDLER READING POOL RENDERED VIEW AT FIRST FLOOR STORE TELLING ROOM


1,783 HOURS

2018 INTERIOR RENOVATION COMMERCIAL 5,700 sq. ft. These are the hours the average American works every year. In a more mobile workforce, what environments best support productivity, autonomy, flexibility, collaboration & growth.


INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW FIRST FLOOR OFFICE


AXON. DIAGRAM

RENDERED STUDY MODEL FIRST FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR RENDERING FLOOR PLAN

RENDERED STUDY MODEL SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR RENDERING FLOOR PLAN

RENDERED STUDY MODEL SECOND FLOOR RESTING AREA


1,783 HOURS

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW SECOND FLOOR RESTING AREA


INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW SECOND FLOOR


1,783 HOURS

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW FIRST FLOOR HALLWAY


IF ALL THE SKY WERE LETTERS WAR MUSEUM


RIBBON EXHIBITION SPACE LED PANELS LIKE RIBBONS GO AROUND WITH COLUMNS IN THE SECOND FLOOR.

BRAILLE TILES THEY ARE ATTACHED WITH THE SURFACE OF CENTRAL GLASS ROOM. THEY PROVIDE VISUAL AND TACTILE EXPERIENCE.

GLASSES COLUMNS APPEAR TO FLOAT FROM THE BASEMENT TO THE SECOND FLOOR, AND THE FUNCTION AS LIGHT SHAFTS.

TEXTURE FLOOR TILES THE BASEMENT FLOOR BE APPLIED AS TEXT PATTERN FLOOR TILES WITH TEXTURE ON THE FINISH, WHICH INTENSIFY PEOPLE WALKING EXPERIENCE.

DESIGN CONCEPTS During the war period, the letter was the people’s main communication tool, this time the text had become very powerful. During reading these letters, people can learn both historical stories and family affairs. In the design process, natural daylight led the way to extend the two reading forms are: static reading and dynamic reading. The main concept of this design is three glass columns, which are extending from the ground to the roof. The glass room with two small landing spaces is surrounding with three glass columns, and each of landing space connects with the first and second floors. Another special design is the small size of the Braille tiles on the glass panels of this glass room. This design not only provides a second way of reading, but also creates interesting shadow shapes. As time goes on, the shadow’s pattern will also become enriched on the ground. The atmosphere of the basement is dark, with the main lighting coming from three glass column.


IF ALL THE SKY WERE LETTERS WAR MUSEUM

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW 1 ROBBIN EXHIBITION ON THE SECOND FLOOR


SITE MODEL PHOTO 1 SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0”

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

SITE MODEL PHOTO 2 SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0” MAIN FLOOR PLAN

SITE MODEL PHOTO 3 SCALE: 1/16”=1’-0” BASEMENT FLOOR PLAN


SECOND FLOOR ROBBIN EXHIBITION PANELS

FIRST FLOOR PUBLIC SPACE

BASEMENT THEREAT/ LED COLUMNS

LED COLUMNS IN THE BASEMENT

THEATER AND LED WALLS IN THE BASEMENT

RIBBON LED EXHIBITION PANELS IN THE SECOND FLOOR


IF ALL THE SKY WERE LETTERS WAR MUSEUM

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW 2 ROBBIN EXHIBITION ON THE SECOND FLOOR

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW 3 THEATER IN THE BASEMENT


INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW FIRST FLOOR CAFE SHOP


SHOPHOUSE 3 Bradbury Street, London 2016 5,490 square ft


GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN

GROUND LEVEL FLOOR PLAN


SHOPHOUSE

INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW SECOND LIVING UNIT


INTERIOR RENDERING VIEW SECOND LIVING UNIT


STUDY MODEL


THE

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CHAIR

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23”

12”

SECTION SCALE: 1-1/2”=1’-0”


DETAIL DRAWING


P T WY

ABOUT SWOOSH The design of the luminaire was intended to make reading and studying a comfortable activity to the students using the Jaqua Law Library in University of Oregon. After an analysis of the space distribution of light, the west side of the commons area lacked enough illumination. A wall scone can provide enough illumination to the students who use the chairs on this side because it does not disturb their workspace. Also, this luminaire can easily be mounted on the wall, creating an atmosphere of comfort and a space that can facilitate gatherings and casual conversation.

INFORMATION Dimmable Filament E12 LED Light Bulb Lumens: 200 per lamp CRI: 80 CCT: 2700K (Warm White) Efficacy: 100 lumens/Watt Lifespan: 13 years or 15,000 hours Estimated Energy Cost: $0.30/year

POINT SOURCE METHOD


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FINISH WALL

1/2” BAMBOO TIGER STRAND WOVEN PLAYWOOD

SKYLIGHT 5" CENTER BAR PULL 3/4” TH LAMINATION BOARD

WAC LIGHTING LED STRIP SINGLE LIGHT FINISH WALL A1 WILSONART PREMIUM 48-IN X 96-IN CALCUTTA MARBLE LAMINATE KITCHEN COUNTERTOP LIP DOOR

A3

3/4” TH LAMINATION BOARD A2 4” HIGH SKIRTING

FINISH WALL ATLANTIC GRAY HANDMADE CEMENT TILE W/ FINISHED EDGE

KITCHEN CABINET DETAIL SECTION SCALE: 1/4”=1‛-0”

DECK SCREWS W/ WASHERS WILSONART PREMIUM 60-IN X 144-IN CALCUTTA MARBLE LAMINATE KITCHEN COUNTERTOP CABINET LIP DOOR ADJUSTABLE SHELVES 1/2” BAMBOO TIGER STRAND WOVEN PLAYWOOD CABINET BACKSIDE PLYWOOD PANEL 3/8” THINK CABINET SHELF WHITE PLYWOOD BLUM BLUMOTION COMPACT HINGE, SHALLOW CUP

ANTRADER METAL ADJUSTABLE CABINET FOOT LEGS SHIM (HIDDEN) 4” HIGH SKIRTING

BOTTOM KITCHEN CABINET DETAIL SECTION SCALE: 1/2”=1‛-0”


PINCH CLEAT BLKG FIXED TO PANEL PLATFORM

RICHLOOM FAUX LEATHER DISTRESSED SCHWIMMER W/ BATTING ON BOTH SEAT & BACK 6” V. 3//4” THK PLYWD

POWER OUTLET UNDER THE BOOTH

17 3/4”

6 3/4”

3/4” THK. PLYWD. OPEN FRAME BASE SECURE TO PLATFORM PNL

3”

ELECTRIC WIRE V. 3//4” THK PLYWD

BOOTH DETAIL SECTION SCALE: 1/2”=1‛-0”

FINISH WALL STUDS NAIL WOOD BLOCK

V. 3//4” THK PLYWD

BOOTH ATTACHED WALL DETAIL SECTION SCALE: 1/2”=1‛-0”


S M O K E , B U R N , & L I G H T S

[TEXTILE ART]


O R G A N I C & P L A S T I C [PHOTOGRAPHY]


[PHOTOGRAPHY]

DOUGH,BOXES, AND LIGHTINGS


Thank You / 谢谢/ Gracias / Grazie

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