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HUIPING

WANG

INTERIOR DESIGN


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

OTHERS TEA SHOP 341 Kearny San Francisco

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COMMERCIAL

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SENIOR COMMUNITY 32

COMMERCIAL

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

SUSTAINABILITY

RESTAURANT & MARKET

Historic Presidio District San Francisco Exhibition Retail Office

Channel Mission Bay Chicago

Channel Mission Bay San Francisco


COMMERCIAL RESTAURANT & MARKET IAD 330_DESIGN A INSTRUCTOR_ARCHANA MYER SPRING 2015


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SITE ANALYSIS The Channel Mission Bay provides amazing apartment feature. There has the fresh water pool, fitness center, yoga studio, restaurants, club and theater, and underground garage, and covered parking was provided. Besides, the school of “ Webster (Daniel) Elementary”, “Carmichael (Bessie)/ Fec”, “ International Studies Academy” is around there. Also, it’s easy to get there, the public transportation are train, muni, bike, and there has the Bicycle storage. • Bottom of the Hill, a live music venue with weekly events, is a 20-minute walk from the community. • AT&T Park, home to the San Francisco Giants, is a 5-minute walk from the community. • Located near Pier 50, Distillery No 209 has daily distillery tours and tastings, and is a 4-minute walk from the community. • China Basin Park, a great place to enjoy spectacular views of the city, is a 5-minute walk from the community.

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CLIENT PROFILE Tony Riviera, a restaurateur who is passion on concept development and culinary development. He has opened two restaurants. The first one located in Los Angeles, Primo Gelato, in 2002, and the second Caffe Primo located in the Americana at Brand mall in Glendate in May 2008. For this time, Tony will open a food market & cafe at Channel Apartments in San Francisco where is a very large Apartment community, and thousands of residents in top Luxury buildings.

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In the restaurant space, the space could accommodate 46 seats and bar area, and they offer the breakfast from 6am, lunch from 11am, and dinner after 5pm. The Food are very simple such as pizza, pasta, salad and some drinks. Also, the market provide wine, prepared food, meat, fruits, vegetables, and variety snacks. It’s all required fresh, clear, and organic. The client prefer to a very open kitchen behind the prepared food displays, so people could see the process of their making food. The space also need to provide an office, a restroom. Besides, the logo he likes simple, timeless, elegant, and the front with clean lines.

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CONCEPT STATEMENT My concept of this project is TREE RING. I was inspired by the farmer Lance who is also a carpenter in Canada. He likes to do some wooden bowls and wooden spoons, and everything is from wood and nature. These wood might be from very old age trees, and through the passage of the time and people’s carving become a part of our tableware. So that, I want to show the gift that is nature give to us after the time and history.

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SCALE 1/8” = 1’-0” 16 HUIPING WANG PORTFOLIO


ELEVATIONS

KITCHEN SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”

CAFE CASHIER SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”

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CAFE SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”


MARKET SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”

RESTAURANT SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”

WINE TASTING SCALE 1/4”= 1’-0”

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VISION OF RESTAUTANT

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Wood structure made could also be the partition for sitting area.

Columns inspired by tree rings, lighting comes from each gaps of these rings.

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RESTAURANT

FINISHES & FURNITURE


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CAFE DETAILED

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WINE TASTING BAR & MARKET RENDERING


SENIOR COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY IAD_SUSTAINABLE STUDIO INSTRUCTOR_TUAN LOUV SPRING 2016


SUN ANALYSIS


SITE ANALYSIS

LEED POINTS: 1. Historic district 2. Diverrse uses 3. Convenient transpotation

2 pt. 1 pt. 6 pt.

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GROUP DYNAMIC OF SENIORS

Living Together The houses of senior living should be built closer together, more activities will be shared, and neighbors will grow food and maintain their lifestyle, while caring for one another.

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Join in the social activities From the research, over 1100 seniors without dementia at baseline were measured on their social activity levels and then tested periodically on their cognitive functioning over a 12-year period. The rate of cognitive decline was 70 percent less in people with frequent social contact than those with low social activity.

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GOALS FOR ACHIVE: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Water and energy efficiency Cradle to cradle and recyclable materials Nature air ventilation Nature daylighting

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CONCEPT STATEMENT My concept is PEACEFUL. I want to create a relaxing, undisturbed and tranquil environment for senior living. The word of PEACEFUL reminds me to think about the nature, freedom, and the seasons of fall and winter. Not like energetic springand summer, fall and winter are also with the different calm beauty and energy. In the project, I would like to nature materials and owers to support my concept. From the research, owers could ease depression, inspire social networking and refresh memory as we age. Also, the patte the patterns will keep it simple without dazzling colors.

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BUBBLE DIAGRAM

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DESIGN FOR SENIOR -Easily accessible controls and switches: A person in a wheelchair can reach light switches that are 4248 inches above the floor. Thermostats should be placed no higher than 48 inches off the floor, and electrical outlets 18-24 inches off the floor. -Friendly Floors: Slippery surfaces are not the only danger underfoot, although they’re the most obvious. All floors should be made slipresistant, such as by adding nonskid mats under area rugs. -Safe Stairs. For older people living on more than one level, stairs can be

especially dangerous. Handrails are a must, on both sides of the staircase if possible. -Better Baths: Adding grab bars by the toilet, or other places in the room where someone may need a helping hand.


FIRST FLOOR

Scale 1/8”=1’-0”


1. Entrance

4. Mail Room

6. Activity Director’s Office

2. Waiting Area

5. Telecom Closet 7. Act

8. Open Community Space

9. Open Coffee and Wine

12. Storage

13. Exercise

10. Open Dining Area 14. Yoga Room 16. Theater 18. Laundry

20. Staff Workstation 22. Restroom

24. Independent Room

11. Kitchen

15. Janitorial Closet

17. Private Function Room 19. House Keeping 21. Hair Salon 23. Library 25. Exit

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THE RENDERING OF

COFFEE SHOP & WINE BAR


Wood Material

Metal Pendant Light

Marble Counter Top

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FURNITURE & MARERIALS


Lobby

Community

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SECOND FLOOR

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1. Entrance 2. Waiting Area 3. Front Table 4. Open to Below 5. Pharmacy 6. Restroom 7. Janitorial Closet 8. Medical Exam Room 9. Private Office 10. X-Ray Lab 11. Psychiatric Care Office 12. Massage Room 13. Medical Supply Storage 14. Telephone/Data Closet 15. Laundry 16. House Keeping 17. Assisted Living Unit 18. Independent Living Unit 19. Exit 20. Trash

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SECOND FLOOR

WAITTING AREA RENDERING

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SUSTAINABLE LOUVER

Avoid the heat from the sun

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DURABLE BLUE FABRIC

Waterproof & Recycled materials


CRADLE TO CRADLE

Engineered Hardwood Flooring

INNOVATIVE & SUSTAINABLE Naturally Stain-Resistant

SECOND FLOOR WAITTING AREA DETAILED Large scale skylight for save energy of lighting, but always brings a lot of heat. The louver could be adjusted depent on the sun direction for avoid high temperature.

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SENIOR COMMUNITY

MYTHIC PAINT Non-Toxic Low VOC Low ODOR

15’-3”

5’-8”

2’-0”

15’-11” 27’-7”

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8’-9”


ASSISTED LIVING UNIT DETAILED

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5’-9” 4’-0” 27’-7 1/2”

8’-9” 19’-O”


INDEPENDENT LIVING UNIT DETAILED

Safe Non-Toxic No Added Formaldehyde Zero VOC 100% FSC Certified

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Universal Bathroom Design Strategy Universal Design is the making of products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design. My idea is to design a bathroom that is functional for any able-bodied individual (regardless of age) and a person who has special needs because of physical limitations. Strategy 1: A proper slop of shower makes transitioning in and out of the shower easy and safe. Creating a maximum 1/2 inch threshold to ensure that proper waterproofing, also allows the occupant to ride a wheelchair into the shower. Strategy 2: A wall-hung bench that can fold up in bathroom or a built-in bench, and using proper waterproofing and moisture-resistant materials like teak, cedar or plastic. Strategy 3: Another important thing to incorporate close to the shower bench is a handheld shower, that will come in handy if people need to sit on the bench while showering. Strategy 4: Adding the grab bars in bathroom. For the safety, I will use the proper plywood blocking in the wall before installing grab bars. Strategy 5: A 36-inch-wide doorway makes it easier for people who use wheelchairs and other mobility devices to gain entry into the bathroom.


THIRD FLOOR

Scale 1/8”=1’-0”


SENIOR COMMUNITY

1. Entrance 2. Skylight 3. Solar Panel 4.Pavilion 5. Sitting Area

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SUSTAINABILITY STRATEGY

Drip Irrigation For the plants on the roof

Sustainable roof With multiple layers

Solar Panel


ECO-FRIENDLY LIGHTING Light Emitting Diode (LED) and Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) LED and CFLs provide high-quality light without the heat of incandescent bulbs, and they use much less energy and last up to 10 times longer. Reduces air and water pollution: replacing a single incandescent bulb with a CFL will keep a half-ton of CO2 out of the atmosphere over the life of the bulb.

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COMMERCIAL

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC IAD_440 SENIOR STUDIO INSTRUCTOR_ARCHIBALD WOO & SERENA ZANELLO FULL 2016


SITE ANALYSIS

34 GRAHAM ST. SAN FRANCISCO,CA 94129 The project located in presidio district which is in the northwest corner of San Francisco, and the south end the golden gate bridge. The presidio is 1,491 acres, about five percent of San Francisco. There are more than 700 structures, 433 of that are historic, also ishome to one of the finest collections od military architecture in the United States. The space is featured by many wooded scenic vistas overlooking the golden Francisco bay and the pacific ocean. as California historical landmark in tional historic landmark in 1962.

areas, hills, and gate bridge, San It was recognized 1993 and as a na-


Parking Area Project Location

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AFTERNOON GLARE, GOOD VIEWS, GOOD SUNLIGHT A

B

C

D

E

1

2

ELEC PANEL

THE TWO UNREMOVED STAIRS AND ELEVATORS ARE LOCATED BOTH SIDE OF BUILDING, BUT ONLY ONE NEAR TO EXIT.

EXIT

TELECOM

ELEV

UP

STAIR A

DN

3

11' - 0"

STAIR B

UP

DN

4

MORNING GLARE, LESS VIEWS, GOOD SUNLIGHT STRUCTURAL WALLS STRUCTURAL COLUMNS

EXISTING STAIRS AND ELEVATORS ELECTRICAL ROOM SHAFT LOCATIONS WINDOWS

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THE TOTAL INTERIOR AREA IS 6600 S.F. PER FLOOR. THE MAIN ENTRANCE OF THIS BUILDING IS ON SOUTH ON OWEN STREET, AND THE FAIR ESCAPE DOORS ARE LOCATED ON NORTH OF THE BUILDING. -

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-10’-8”

14’-2”

12’-11”

7’-4”

EXISTING BUILDING ANALYSIS

VERTICAL CIRCULATION FLOORINGS & ROOF

BUILDING INFORMATION: CEMENT PLASTER EXTERIOR STEEL BEAM STRUCTURE COMPOSITE DECK FLOOING LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL JOIST RED CLAY TILE ROOFING NO SPRINKLERS

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As we all know, The National Geographic Society is a nonprofit organization to exploring our planet, protecting wildlife and habitats. The organization founded almost 130 years, and supported exploration and discovery of previously unknown and inspired people everywhere to care about our planet. They shared the discoveries through the magazine, television channel, digital products, and live events immersive experiences. -They sale many products such as books, DVDS, clothing, jewelry, magazines and gifts. We can find some interesting but also aesthetic equipment for travel and adventure.

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-National Geographic Live; that shows the world through the eyes of great explorers, filmmakers, and photographers. They will expose rarely seen perspectives on exploration through the often-daring adventures of National Geographic personalities. -They provide education lessons, activities, and interactive games to facilitate learning in educational setting. These games compel students apply a variety of knowledge, skills, and strategies to solve problems, and promotes their collaboration, problem-solving, critical thinking, and communication. -They rely on the support of generous donors around the world for their exploration.

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National Geographic Society Presidio District Public Space

Quality

Square Feet

Lobby Store Cafe Exhibition Subtotally

500 850 600 3550

Totally SF 500 850 600 3550 5500

Offices Space Reception Area

300

300

Meeting Room Conference Room Print Room Coffee Kitchenette Private Office

200 550 150 400 150

200 550 150 400 900

1100

1100

400 25 25

400 50 50

Archives

550

550

Storage Mechanical and Electrical Rooms

200 250

200 250

6

Workspaces

Support Spaces Loading Dock Telephone Closets Janitorial Closet

2 2

Subtotally

5100

Net Square Footage Gross Square Footage

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10600 2

6600

13200


BUBBLE DIAGRAME

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CONCEPT STATEMENT

The concept of the project is “TRACK”. Every biology in the world have been continually migrate whatever human and animals, even plants change themselves when the environment changed. When we appeared must left our track and footprint; dinosaurs remianed fossil in the ground; trees remained the annual ring that recorded their age; and mountain chain and terrain changed after time’s elapse. These remained me to think about the lines, patterns, and circulation. Also, the colors I would like to use medium tone, such as grey and brown.

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OCCUPANCY CIRCULATION

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A

C

B

FIRST FLOOR FLOOR PLAN DN

Stair A UP

Waitting Area

Janitorial Closet

Elevator

3' - 0"

Telephone/ Data closets

Cafe Kitchen

Cafe Sitting

Loading Dock

Room 142 454 SF

Scale 1/4”=1’-0”

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D

E

1

Loby

Retail Shop

Reception

2 Men Restroom

Round Display Panel Drop from Ceiling, 3' - 6" AFF

Women Restroom

3

Exhibition

Game Area

DN

STAIR B

N

UP

4

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SKETCH FOR STAIR

Cafe Table

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Cafe Chair


SKETCH FOR RETAIL SHOP

Retail Shop Flooring

Retail Shop Wall painted

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SECOND FLOOR FLOOR PLAN

A

C

B

Stair A

Reception Janitorial Closet

Elevator

Telephone/ Data closets

Controller

Open to Below

Regional Manager

Small Meeting

Art Director

Senior Editor

Marketing Director

Scale 1/4”=1’-0”

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Senior Web Editor


D

E

1

Copy & Print

Open Workstation

2 Men Restroom

Women Restroom Conference Room

3

Cafe kitchennet

DN

N

STAIR B

4

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SECON FLOOR FURNITURE & FINISHES

Private Office Table

Private Office Chair

Second Floor Carpet


PRIVATE OFFICE SHETCH

CORRIDOR SHETCH

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FIRST FLOOR ELEVATIONS

2

12' - 0"

2nd Floor 14' - 2"

1st Floor 0' - 0"

EXHIBITION

D

C

3' - 2 1/2"

3' - 0"

Round display panel

RESTROOM

1st Floor 0' - 0"

B

7' - 6"

8' - 0"

12' - 0"

2nd Floor 14' - 2"

1st Floor 0' - 0" EXHIBITION

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SECOND FLOOR ELEVATIONS

0 Roof 27' - 1"

9' - 0"

Ceiling

2nd Floor 14' - 2"

PRIVATE OFFICE

C

D

E

11' - 6"

0 Roof 27' - 1"

2nd Floor 14' - 2"

OPEN WORKSTATION

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OTHERS TEA SHOP 341 Kearny San Francisco


INNOVATION OF PLENTEA An opportunity I got in 2016 summer to redesign the milk tea shop called Plentea at 341 keanry street in San Francisco. The client Henry through his original store was mess, too many stuff, and the color is too dark. He told me he like organic, bright, and clean environment. He also going to change the milk to soy milk to milk the drink, and all ingredients are organic and health. Base on that, I used a lot of light wood texture, and white wall painted.

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INNOVATION OF TEA SHOP 99


RIGHT SIDE FROM ENTRANCE

LEFT SIDE FROM ENTRANCE

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INNOVATION OF TEA SHOP 101


SECOND FLOOR

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INNOVATION OF TEA SHOP 103


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