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IVAN ( Yifan ) ZHU Environmental & UX Designer with Code Passion

"Dive into Chaos"

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No. 0 Yifan (Ivan) ZHU Nov. 1994 - Now Environmental and UX designer with education passion

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No. 1 Cloud Co-Cook

May. 2017 - Dec. 2017 Interaction & UX Design aimed to create communication through food Serve for foodies & novice cooks. Focus on recipe sharing and food community building. Feature customized daily recommendation

No. 2 Senior Cair

Nov. 2015 - Jan. 2016 Environmental and Service Design aimed to build creative and sustainable neighborhood for air matters Created dining and social experience for middle-aged and elderly Residents. Designed a system of interactive road facilities and new spaces. Won Second Prize of Shanghai Youth Creation Award (Environmental Group)

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No. 3 IAQ Cubes

No. 4 2 Double

Dec. 2016 - June 2017

Oct. 2016 - Dec. 2016

Environmental and Internet of Things (IOT) Design aimed for Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and UX in classrooms

Architecture, Planning and Social Innovation Design aimed to build temporary refuge space for dignified life

Improved space functional diversification. Improved learning and teaching experience

Created Domiz Refugee Camp for Displaced Refugees in Iraq. Took cost, build difficulty and local cultureinto into account . Follow the Principle of Industrialization and Reproducibility


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YIFAN IVAN ZHU Who is he? Yifan ZHU is an environmental and UX designer with code passion. During last few years, he have maken attempts at many fields, e.g. he used to gain the insight into human nature as referee on soccer field. These experiences help him lay a broad vision and profound thinking. Eventually, he wishes to become a designer who can Dive into Chaos. It means that he will never define himself with any boundaries, because his personal abilities and horizons will change as the world changes. He believes this is an indispensable part of becoming a leader and agent of a field which is evolving and changing at unprecedented speed. zhuyifan_ivan@yahoo.com +86 13958199518 Environmental Design College of Design and Innovation Tongji University 1239 Siping Road, Shanghai, China, 20092


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No. 1

Cloud Co-Cook Create Communication through Food Serve for Foodies & Novice Cooks Focus on Recipe Sharing & Food Community Feature Customized Daily Recommendation


PROJECT BRIEF

CLOUD CO-COOK Introduction

Basic Information DEFINITION

MY ROLES

DATE

METHODS

LEARNED

Refined UX Project IKEA Workshop Sustainable & Future Food

UX Designer Researcher

May. 2017 (IKEA Workshop) | Dec. 2017 (Refined)

Interview & Research Persona & Storyboard UX Design & User Flow

Competitive Analysis Information Architect UI Design

What is Cloud Co-Cook?

Design Process

Cloud Co-Cook is a one-stop online cooking sharing platform to guide novice cooks and help foodies exchange cooking expertise.

User Research

Market Research

Definition

- Interview & Observation - Research Analysis - Opportunities

- Competitive Analysis

- Design Features - Design Principles

Interaction Design

TARGET USER

- Information Architecture - Wireframe

- Foodies & Novice Cooks

TARGET

Future Steps

Prototyping

UX Design

- Tell users what & how to cook - Provide abundant novel recipes to try - Provide useful & accessible food information

- Multiple Context - Multiple Platforms

- Typical Features - UI Design

- Persona - Storyboard - User Flow

- Improve UX of online food shopping

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USER RESEARCH

CLOUD CO-COOK User Research

Interviewees

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User Quotes

Analysis

NOVICE COOKS

CHANLLENGES

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TOTAL INTERVIEWEES - Gourmets & Fresh Cooks

Young 30-40 years old

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Middle-Aged 40-50 years old

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I can't estimate cooking time well. I always have no idea about what to eat so that I often eat in restaurants. But I like home cooking dishes very much.

Lack Cooking Experience A large number of people do not have enough experience to share.

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I hardly cook myself because I have limited cooking experience and I don't have enough cookers.

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Difficult to Estimate Time It is difficult for novice cooks to estimate cook time accurately.

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AGE

OPPORTUNITIES

FOODIES 14

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COOKING FREQUENCY 0-3 Times Per Week

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More than 7 Times Per Week

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6 14

Cooked for 1-3 yrs

Novice cooks may even don't have enough and proper cookers.

Teenager 20-30 years old

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4-7 Times Per Week

Lack of Proper Cookers

Cooked for More than 3yrs

COOKING EXPERIENCE 4

Cooked for Less than 1yr

I like salad, fish, grains and a lot of other healthy food. I always concentrate on quality of food. I'm really care about nutrition and calorie of food.

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Enthusiasm to Share Foodies are willing to share their cook experience and recipes.

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I like cooking very much. I almost cook every day. However, sometimes I don't know what to cook when I want to try a new recipe. I'm really willing to share my own experience and food with others.

Attention to Quality A large number of people care a lot about quality of food.

Interest of Novel Recipes

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Foodies are really interested in trying novel recipes.

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COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS

CLOUD CO-COOK Market Research

Customization

Management means the ability

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ability to learn taste of users and

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material delivery.

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existing applications

which aim to teach users to cook, provide users with online shopping service and build social platform for users to communicate. There are seven

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This chart shows in the existing market competitive products, a majority of applications doesn' t have accurate customized service. There is also lack of management of social platform. At the same time, the online-mart is lack of localization and timeliness. In that sense, there is a huge market potential as none of competitive products have solved these issues.

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DESIGN FEATURES

CLOUD CO-COOK Definition

Part1 - Recipes

1.1 Customization

1.2 Accurate Search

1.3 Fuzzy Search

Recipes Uploaded by Users

Users will be provided customized

Users will be able to search

Users will be able to search some

recommendation everyday by

specific recipe by the name or more

related recipes by some fuzzy

machine learning

detailed information

information or photos

Part2 - Social Platform

2.1 Diversity

2.2 User Management

2.3 Evaluation Mechanism

Communities Based on Different

All communities will be built

All communities will be built by

Ranks of communities could be

Food-Related Features

according to food-related reatures

users and they could also organize

influenced by user activation to

such as taste, location and so on

some management teams

encourage users to be active

Part3 - Online Mart

3.1 Abundant Commodities

3.2 Localization

3.3 Social Justice

E-Commerce with Local and

Online mart will provide users with

Users can select the nearest shop

Users could comment and rate to

abundant commodities

abundant raw materials, cooked

to buy things and it could reduce

supervise vendors to provide high-

food and cooks.

transportation cost and pollution

quality commodities

Core Modules

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DESIGN PRINCIPLES

CLOUD CO-COOK Definition

Image Based Sharing

Stimulate UGC

Improve Communication

Customized Service

Optimize Content with Images

Accessible Uploading Feature

Inspire Users to Communicate

Learn More about Users & Benifit Them

UI design will be designed based on a large number of images to show users the specific appearance of finished cates. More images mean more attraction for users.

This application is designed based on user generated content so that it's important to lead and stimulate users to upload their recipes, photos, moments and so on. All of these will become the major attractive power of this APP.

Communities will offer the possibility of connecting with other users and methods of chatting will play a vital role in the daily use case of this APP. It should provide users with more methods to communicate or do some more meaningful things.

I wor te these design principles to stimulate sharing and learning. During design process, I self checked if I was designing according to these principles

Several features of cook ing will influence the design of this APP. Everyone has his own frequency, schedule, taste, duration and so many other features of cooking. So that it need to learn more about users by machine learning.

all the time. Through these principles, I wish users could find useful information quickly and they could be willing to sostenuto generate their own content.

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INFORMATION ARCHITECTURE

CLOUD CO-COOK Interaction Design 0.0

Login

1.1

Customized Daily Recommend

3.0

Favorite

1.2

1.3

Ranking Lists

Filter

2.1

My Favorite Menus

4.0

Communities

2.2

Created Menus

2.3

Uploded Recipes

Specific Menu

Specific Menu

Specific Recipes

3.1

3.2

My Communities

Recommend

Specific Community

5.0

Friends

Post Moment

Market

4.0.1

Moments

4.1

Specific Recipe

New Features

managing user generated content.

2.0

Discover

Basic Features

mechanism, structure of communities and

Sign up

1.0

It is challenging for me to build following

4.0.2

Contacts

4.2

Others' Moments

5.1

Categories

6.0

Me

5.2

Recommend

6.1

Settings

4.3

6.2

Specific User

Specific Commodity

Messages

6.3

Ingredients

Instructions

Comments

Community Forum

User Profile

Events

Add to Cart

Commodity Details

My Account

Materials can be added to cart directly

6.4

Cookers

Steps

Frequently Asked Questions

His / Her Moments

His / Her Favorite

His / Her Information

Tools

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CLOUD CO-COOK Interaction Design

WIREFRAME

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DISCOVER (HOMEPAGE) Daily Recommendation Ranking Lists

Dicover page is the homepage of this APP, there are five tabs button that are displayed at the bottom of the sideerbar. All of them consist of the core functions of this APP.

FAVORITE | MY MENUS

FAVORITE | UPLOADED

COMMUNITIES

FRIENDS | MOMENTS

FRIENDS | CONTACTS

MARKET

Created Menus Following Menus

Uploaded Recipes

My communities Recommended Communities

Personal Cover Friends' Moments

Contacts Groups Search & Dialogue

Categories Recommended Commodities


PERSONA & STORYBOARD

CLOUD CO-COOK UX Design

Age: 22

Kelvin Student

Nationality: China Location: Shanghai

- lives alone - has little cook experience - prefers Chinese food - often eats in restaurant - low demanding for tastes

Pain:

- likes cooking but sometimes has no new idea - has few friends with similar cooking hobby - has difficulty in calculating calories in food - has difficulty in balancing tastes and nutrition

Gain:

- wants to know more novice recipes - prefers to share cook experience with others - prefers to taste others' dishes - wants more knowledge about nutrition - wants to calculate daily nutrition and calories

Pain:

- unaccustomed to Shanghai food - has kitchen without enough cookers - doesn't know how to cook and where to buy - doesn't know how many to buy for himself alone

Gain:

- wants to search with full name of dishes - prefers to cook with detailed instructions - wants to meet people interested in Chinese food - prefers to have recommended recipes but still wants to have his own options - wants to make diet plan for regular intervals to plan how many raw materials to buy each time

Age: 26

Rose Editor

Nationality: America Location: Beijing

- lives with husband - cooked for 4 years - prefers healthy food - likes playing sports - demanding for nutrition

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STORYBOARD & USER FLOW OF KELVIN

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CLOUD CO-COOK UX Design

Core Features 2

DISCOVER

RECIPE | INGREDIENTS

MARKET

Daily Recommendation Ranking Lists

Ingredients & Quantity Add to Cart

Categories Recommended Commodities

Kelvin wants to eat Chinese food but doesn't know what to cook

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He views customized daily recommendations and chooses one

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He buys the raw materials directly in the Recipe page

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He received the raw materials he bought in half an hour

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He is still confused with some steps even though he has enough materials

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He add a thread to ask the writer of this recipe and get instructions

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With the instructions and answers of the writer, he finishes the dish successfully He adds the writer of this recipe as a friend on the platform

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RECIPE | COMMENTS

USER PROFILE

Thread with Picture & Text Up & Down

Moments Menus & Uploaded


STORYBOARD & USER FLOW OF ROSE

CLOUD CO-COOK UX Design

DISCOVER | FILTER

DISCOVER

COMMUNITIES

Different Retrieval Mode TOP 10 & History

Daily Recommendation Ranking Lists

My communities Recommended Communities

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Multi-Features 2

Rose wants to eat salad but her husband prefers hambutger

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S h e f i n d s s o m e ve g e t a b l e s a n d chicken in the kitchen

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She input the name of matrials which she has on the filter

5 RECIPE | INSTRUCTIONS

COMMUNITY | FORUM

THREAD

Cookers & Steps Frequently Asked Questions

Thread with Picture & Text Comments & Followers

Pictures & Texts Comments

She finds proper recipes

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She finds a recipe of salad in Healthy Food Community on the platform

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She makes salad and hamburger with the instructions

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She invites a friend who lives near her on the contacts page All of them enjoy the food

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DESIGN FEATURES

CLOUD CO-COOK Prototyping

RECIPES FEATURES - Encourage users to use high-quality pictures to demonstrate recipes - One-stop service to buy raw materials by the number of diners - The input box on the bottom stimulates communication - Up and Down mechanism to sort comments - Two ways to save, add to My Favorite Menus or Created Menus

Discover

Ingredients

Comments

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DESIGN FEATURES

CLOUD CO-COOK Prototyping

COMMUNITY FEATURES - Primary CTA to Add a Thread - Encourage use of pictures to convey information and interest users on the homepage - Orgnize threads in different ways according to the number of pictures - Filter comments in thread in different ways - Look through others' moments, menus and uploaded for convenience

Forum

Thread & Comments

User Profile

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MULTIPLE PLATFORMS

Apple Watch Apple Watch APP could liberate your hands to cook and don't have to worry screen to be soiled.

iPad & iPad mini iPad APP could provide user with bigger screen for more information and more detailed pictures.

CLOUD CO-COOK Future Steps

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No. 2

SENIOR CAIR Sustainable Community for Air Improvement & Pollution Prevention Created for Middle-Aged and Elderly Residents Improved Users' Diet and Social Activities Experience Designed Interactive Road Facilities and New Spaces


PROJECT BRIEF

SENIOR CAIR Introduction

Basic Information PROFILE VIDEO

TEAM

MY ROLES

DATE

LEARNED

Click Here

Ran XUN Shengxiu ZHU Yifan ZHU

Team Leader Designer Researcher

Nov. 2015 | Jan. 2016

Participatory Design Service Blueprint Touchpoint Design

What is Senior Cair? Senior Cair is a system of interactive service facilities and new spaces of neighborhood which focus on air quality and aims to improve middle-aged and elderly citizens'

Design Process Composite Research

Innovation

Ideation

- Air Quality - Environment - Demography

- Co-Create - Seminar

- Persona

diet and social activities.

Service Design

TARGET USER

- User Behavior - Service Team - Service Map

- Middle-aged & Elderly Residents

TARGET

Road System

Service Stations

- Improve Air Quality - Protect against Air Pollution - Improve Users' Social Activities - Improve Users' Diet

- Overall - Section - Interactive Facilities

- Overall - Specific Levels

Concept

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AIR QUALITY RESEARCH

SENIOR CAIR Composite Research

Special Days

This chart aims to analyse the reason of air pollution in shanty town. Most of the air pollutants in Shanghai are PM2.5 and O3 most days. Both are contaminants that can be produced by cooking. In addition, pollution is peaked almost every weekend here. Weekends are exactly the time for shantytown residents to cook a lot. Therefore, we can draw a conclusion that there is a cer tain relationship between air pollution and cooking behavior.

Weekends Holidays Heating Days

AQI Constitutions Jan.

PM2.5

Feb.

PM10 Dec.

Mar.

SO2 Nov.

Air Quality Index (AQI)

Apr.

101-150 Mildly Unhealthy 151-200 Unhealthy 201-300 Severe unhealthy 300+ Hazardous

NO2 CO

Major Pollution May.

Oct.

PM2.5 PM10

0-50 Good 50-100 Moderate

O3

O3 Sep.

Jun. Aug.

Jul.

SO2 NO2 CO

Seasons Spring Summer Fall Winter

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ANALYSIS & OBSERVATION

SENIOR CAIR Composite Research

Environment Research Location of River From the chart on the left, we can see that the water quality is getting better and better, which is the credit of Shanghai's water quality supervision. However, it still has not reached the ideal status. From the analysis of pollutants can be drawn that in recent years the main pollutant is NH4+. This is due in large part to the extensive use of nitrogen fertilizers when planting along the river.

Water Quality in Five Years

Level of Water Quality

Demography Analysis

58.3

Native People

12

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Whose parents are miggrants

FAMILY STRUCTURE .6%

.5%

Family of three %

37

58.3%

NATIVE PLACE

AGE More than 40 years old

Grandparents with child

%

Miggrants

5%

37.

18-40 years old

15

%

15

25

Less than 18 years old

One-parent family

From the chart on the left, we find that the majority of people live in this shanty town are elderly and immigrant. Such people are also prone to problems. So we want to design for a specific crowd.

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INNOVATION & RESULT

SENIOR CAIR Innovation

Participatory Design

Public Participation

Actively introduce the power of citizens, including resources, capabilities and knowledge, open and innovative communities t o a c h i e ve a h i g h d e g r e e o f p u b l i c participation. All of the work we've done has laid a solid foundation for future service design. What's more, all the residents of the community can provide us with ideas for long-tern sustainable community design.

Get to Know

Reflect

Identify

Test

Involve Validate

Co-Create

Prototype

Get to know

Co-Create

Seminar

Co-Create

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SENIOR CAIR Ideation

PERSONA

Age: 60

Bob Retired

Situation:

- lives with husband and daughter - too busy to cook every day - know a little about air quality - care about health of all the families

Pain:

- work far away from home - sometimes takes daughter with her - eats food without enough nutrition - worry about security of daughter

Gain:

- wants to work near home - wants a place to take care of her daughter - prefers food with abundant nutrition for families

Time Lives here: 45 years Native Place: Henan Province

Situation: - lives with grandson - cooks himself every day - care little about air quality - care a lot about health of grandson

Pain:

Gain:

- lack of communication - unconvenient to cook because market is far - don't know how to care grandson - often lost in shanty town - wants to communicate - prefers to cook and eat together - wants to learn to care child - needs map to lead back to some places

Age: 24

Rose Street Cleaner

Time Lives here: 2 years Native Place: Anhui Province

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USER BEHAVIOR & SERVICE TEAM

SENIOR CAIR Service Design

LEVEL4 Administrator

Manager

Clerk

LEVEL3 Administrator

Cook/Waiter

Cook helper

LEVEL2

Choose a seat

Call food use old age card Eating

Take food to the three level Cooking by daily menu serve according

Entertainment activities

Receiving plate

Mask disinfection

Put the chairs according to the activities Send kitchen waste

Administrator

Cook/Waiter

Cook helper

LEVEL1 Administrator

Cook/Waiter

The personnel placement of our service net can increase the employment. For the old, if you want, you can go our service point to be a cook helper anytime you are conveniently.

Cook helper

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SERVICE MAP

SENIOR CAIR Service Design

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The old can go to the service level for eating and playing.

Waiters of Level 1 & 2

LEVEL1 SERVICE POINT

LEVEL2 SERVICE POINT The Old

They can go to the level 4 point to take part in some regional activities. There will be many Meaningful activities.such as dance and chesscompetition for the old,Health lecture,movies,and so on.

We changed the road to a accessible confortable green channel,there are some small rest station beside the road.and it shows the air quality information.

If they want ,the old can go to the higher level point to get more service and have chance to play with more people of the same age.

Go to level 3 to take the food materials at 9:00 Sending the kitchen waste to totransfer station at 19:00

LEVEL3 SERVICE POINT

Transfer Station

Going there to take food materials at 8:30. Sending the kitchen waste to transfer station at 19:00.

Waiters of Level 3

Car of Mobility Group level 4 Sells fresh vegetable juice.and there is a Activity hall.

Carrying food materials to transfer station at 8:30 collecting kitchen waste at 19:30

Transporting kitchen waste to compost area

river

LEVEL4 SERVICE POINT

We use the air purification device ,so the air quality is always good here ,Especially during the fog day.

Sometime we will organize grow vegetables for the elderly.in open space.


DESIGN CONCEPT

SENIOR CAIR Concept

= Sustainable System

+ Service Stations (New Space)

Green Channels (Interctive Road )

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SERVICE STATION 4

SERVICE STATION 3

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SERVICE STATIONS OVERALL

SENIOR CAIR Service Stations

At the beginning, we establish some service stations so that the senior citizens can h  ave meals there. In view of the health conditions of the elderly, we will provide them with basic drugs a  nd medical tools. At the same time, the stations are also the activity theater for the elderly, The activities include card, chess, music and calligraphy.

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Locations of Service Stations

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Lv.3 1

level1

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level3

Transfer station

Newly build

Shantytowns

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level2

4

level4

Audience range

Reconstruction

Neighborhood

Lv.2 Functions of Service Stations

Lv.1

A relatively large per capita living area is set up as a new building space. The small shantytowns of relatively per capita living space is as a space for reconstruction. Larger area as a new point.

Overall

Smaller area as a rebuilding point. The service coverage of all service points can be covered to the whole site. Each point is matched with each other and interacts with each other.


SERVICE POINTS LEVEL 1 & LEVEL 2

SENIOR CAIR Service Stations

LEVEL 1 (Adapted)

LEVEL 1 (New)

LEVEL 2

Plan

Plan

Plan

E-E Section

A-A Section

B-B Section

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SERVICE POINTS LEVEL 3

An air filtration system installed in glass curtain walls We design a cavity in the curtain wall. Set a barrier material layer between the cavity which can adsorbents the harmful substances from smog.So the air inside can be p urged.

SENIOR CAIR Service Stations

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CLASSIFICATION & FUNCTIONS

SENIOR CAIR Service Stations

To link all the service stations and strengthen communication, we design green channels in the site. Greening will go all along the channels. And there will also be plastic footpath to make walking more comfortable.

display screen to show the air quality Air quality is good Air quality is not very good Air quality is very bad and you should Wearing a mask

For another, the channels have interactive facilities with indicator of air quality and sign system of service stations.

Channel A

Channel C

A path between the towns

Normal road

building

building

building

5m

5.5m

9m

building

9m

12m

plant

plant display screen to show the air quality

building

Air quality is good Air quality is not very good

building

lane

footpath

footpath

Air quality is good

building

footpath

building

display screen to show the air quality

narrow path

Air quality is very bad and you should Wearing a mask

Air quality is not very good

seat

building

Air quality is very bad and you should Wearing a mask

1.8m 3m

7m

Channel B

building

Channel D District in the road

71m

The road to the transition of the shantytowns

10m

building

building

3m

building

9m

plant

5m

plant

handrail for the old

display screen to show the air quality

seat building

5m

Air quality is not very good Air quality is very bad and you should Wearing a mask

2.5m

display screen to show the air quality Air quality is good

3.5m

Air quality is not very good

lane

1.5m

building

Air quality is good

footpath

lane

footpath

building

grassland

building

10.5m

1m

Air quality is very bad and you should Wearing a mask

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IAQ CUBES

No. 3

Indoor Air Quality Cubes Internet of Things for IAQ & UX in Classroom

Promoted Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) through Internet of Things (IOT) Improved Space Functional Diversification Improved Learning & Teaching Experience

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PROJECT BRIEF

IAQ CUBES Introduction

Basic Information DEFINITION

MY ROLES

DATE

METHODS

LEARNED

Graduation Design Teamwork Research Personal Project

Designer User Client

Dec. 2016 | June 2017

Product Design Interior Design Interaction Design

Infographic Internet of Things Prototyping

What is IAQ Cubes? IAQ Cubes is an IOT system in classrooms. It aims to promote IAQ and improve user experience in multifunctional space.

Design Process System Map

Site Analysis

Functions Analysis

- Deisng Process - Work System

- Location - Dimension

- Modules & Pollutants - Infographic

Definition TARGET USER

- Evaluation - Concept

- Students & Teachers

TARGET

Usage Scenarios

Prototyping

Product Design

- Promote Indoor Air Quality - Improve Learning Efficiency - Improve Learning Experience - Improve Space Functional Diversification

- Lecture - Work

- IAQ Cubes - System

- Functional Modules - IAQ Cubes

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SYSTEM MAP

IAQ CUBES System Map

Share Knowledge of IAQ

Identifying Problems

Spatial Experience

Use

Students

Classroom

Promoting

Improve

IAQ Website

Identifying Problems & Design Interation

Share Knowledge of IAQ

Funding

Design

Designer

Promoting

Promoting

IAQ Cubes

Vendors

Proposing Information Flow

Graduation Exhibition

Spectators Projects Sharing

This System Map shows the design and work process of this project overall. IAQ Website will share knowledge of IAQ and Designers will design IAQ

Cubes which aimed to improve IAQ of classrooms. What's more, users could propose, and then, there will be problems identifying and design interation.

Materials Flow Fund Flow

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SITE ANALYSIS

IAQ CUBES Site Analysis

Design site locates in the northwest corner of College of Deisng and Innovation, Tongji University, Shanghai, open 8 m, depth 7.5 m, indoor height 4 m, indoor area 58.2m2.

A

A

Plan

Section

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FUNCTIONS ANALYSIS Module Functions

The figure above shows the major pollutants in the classroom and the functional modules required in while being used to lecture.

IAQ CUBES Functions Analysis

Spatial Functions

The figure on the right shows that carbon dioxide is the major pollutant because its concentration will affect the cognitive function of students and teachers in the classroom.

Number of People in One Week

Main Pllutants

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FUNCTIONS ANALYSIS Module Functions

The figure above analyzes the functional modules required for classroom while being used as different functions. It also shows how the numbers of people change in a week and the main pollutants of different functions.

IAQ CUBES Functions Analysis

Spatial Functions

The figure on the right shows the process of analyzing and infographic by Grasshopper, a plug-in of Rhinoceros.

Number of People in One Week

Main Pllutants

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EVALUTION & CONCEPT

IAQ CUBES Definition

Design Evaluation

Design Concept

The figure below shows the five criterias of evaluation for this design. They are adjustability, durability, scalability, LCA and accessibility.

The figure below shows the design concept of this Project. The design of the system is divided into three parts. They are removable airborne tracks, electrionic framworks (IAQ Cubes) and functional modules.

Adjustability Durability Scalability LCA Accessibility

Removable Tracks + IAQ Cubes + Functional Modules

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FUNCTIONAL MODULES

IAQ CUBES Product Design

Purification Module Purification module structure by the fan, activated carbon, HEPA filter. Its main function is to adsorb carbon dioxide, PM2.5, benzene and other harmful substances on the human body.

Model Module

Green Module

Book Module

Plate Module

Magazine Module

Tools Module

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IAQ CUBES Prototyping

PROTOTYPING IAQ Cubes Prototyping

System Prototyping x12

340

20x20

x16 20x20

x20 M5

x16 M5

1. Align

2. Support

3. Fix

4. Adjust

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USAGE SCENARIOS

Lecture Scenario

IAQ CUBES Usage Scenarios

Work Scenario

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No. 4

2 DOUBLE Temporary Refuge Space for Dignified Life

Created Domiz Refugee Camp for Displaced Refugees in Iraq Took cost, build difficulty and local cultureinto into account Follow the Principle of Industrialization and Reproducibility


PROJECT BRIEF

2 DOUBLE Introduction

Basic Information TEAM

MY ROLES

DATE

METHODS

LEARNED

Ran XUN Xuedan Pan Yifan ZHU

Team Leader Designer Researcher

Oct. 2016 | Dec. 2016

Planning Design Product Design Architecture Design

Literature Review Interdisciplinary Innovation Operating CNC Machine

What is 2 Double? 2 Double is an architectural product which is Multifunctional modular so that some of them can compose living groups to enhance the dignity and quality of life

Design Process Composite Research

Planning

Road System

- Geographical Analysis - Lifesyle Analysis

- Concept - Functional Division

- Overall Road Map - Detailed Road Sections

of refugees.

Modular Architect TARGET USER

- Building Steps - Features of Modules - Explosion Axon

- Displaced refugees in Iraq

TARGET - Enhance dignity and quality of life - Save building time and cost - Accommodate more people in a limited space - Can be reproducible in industrialization

Aerial View

Senario

Living Group

- Overall Rendering

- Walkable Roof - Winter Tower

- Formation - Public Spaces

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COMPOSITE ANALYSIS

2 DOUBLE Composite Research

Sit

Big Family

Prey

Geographical Analysis The charts show the summer hot and dry here, without the cold regulation, the temperature is high. The winter is mild and rainy, controlled by westerly winds. And rain heat are different period.

Rainfall / mm

Temperature / 'C

In addition, the elevation of the sun changes greatly here, thus the changes of sunshine duration and the temperature difference between day and night are quite enormous.

Month

Refugee Lifestyle Analysis Summer

Time Temperature / 'C Rainfall / mm

Rain Heat Analysis

Winter

Temperature Profile

Sunshine Analysis

The majority of existing Iraqi refugees are accustomed to sitting on their own, and their families are large. Their religious beliefs make them need worship every day. Because of their limited living space, they have to use space efficiently.

Space efficiency

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CONCEPTS & FUNCTIONNAL DIVISION

2 DOUBLE Planning

Concepts District

District

New District

Living Group

Current State

Living Group

Re-Planning

Reproducibility

People live too concentrated, planning

Each living group has a complete system

People live in districts and distribute

Living group is easy to copy, and the new

unreasonable easily lead to accidents.

of basic living facilities, including

living infrastructure more reasonably in

area is generated will not burden the

Functional area gathered in the main

hospitals, parks, commercial, office and

each district.

district before.

traffic mouth, far from living distance.

education.

Functional Division Planning Totally five Living Groups

Living Group

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ROAD SYSTEM PLANNING Overall Road Map

We plan six classes of roads throughout the region based on the width and functional needs of the roads, namely the central main roads, the main roads, the border roads, the minor roads and the residential roads.

2 DOUBLE Road System

Road Sections

Central Main Roads

Border Roads

Main Roads

Minor Roads

Roads in Block

Aisles

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MODULE CONSTRUCTION Features of Modules

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Explosion Axon

The building is very easy to assemble, use some simple mortise and tenon at most, so it reduces lots of learning costs and increase employment rates for the residents. As for the structure, we design a special structure which builds roof firstly. First, we pull up the roof, then the structure bars became the pillars. So there will form a space between the floor and roof. so, we can install all the walls. As for material, because all parts are made in China, we use a lot of domestic materials which are accessible, light and sustainable, such as bamboo. Besides, in order to make our design more simple and clean, we try to use the same materials per face, except the frame, door and window.

Living Module Exploded Axon Roof Material → Locate Put board down

Combine with the rainshed, enhance personal privacy and security

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Roof Surface: White Choi steel

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Metal strip

Outward

←Connect two-sided boards

Using Status 1

Core: Agnesium foam board

Rail

←Structure bar:Rectangular steel

Using Status 3

Function Module

Outward

Every 30 people share a common kitchen module and a common male and female bathroom module

Kitchen Axon

0 40

23 50 Outer window

0 30

Anchors

Anchors

Board fixed part → Fixed part

0

← PVC details Use the same material, allow the building to be simply. Besides, outer windows can keep safe and wind. Digging Ditches & Filling Rock

Connect two-sided boards →

Locate ←Base material Use local material or existing block

Connect two-sided boards →

Anchors

← Floor material

Floor:Bamboo board Core:Agnesium foam board Metal strip

Bathroom Axon

In elevation: Bamboo

0

Fixed Fu n c t i o n a l m o d u l e s and living modules are different, there is an independent existence. But it uses the same structure as the living module

Facade: Bamboo

Use domestic bamboo, which is rich resource and lowheat conductivity, as surfece.

Ceiling: Bamboo board

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Using Status 2

Core: Agnesium

Wall material →

2400

Building Steps

2 DOUBLE Modular Architect

Bottom:White Choi steel


LIVING GROUP

2 DOUBLE Living Group

Formation

Public Spaces

Corner Business Area

Neighborhood Exchange Area

Street Plaza

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SPECIFIC SENARIO

2 DOUBLE Senario

Walkable Roof Together with the wind tower walkable roofs form another characteristic of the residential area. The roof gives people more room for activity in limited space. At the same time, the variety of curtains adds to the residential identifiability and sense of belonging.

Wind Tower The wind tower is a great invention of the people in the Middle East and is suitable for the climate in the Middle East. In this design, we analyzed the wind tower principle, the design of a simple wind tower components. These components will help to ventilate dwelling modules on both sides to regulate indoor issues. At the same time, they also came to link the different modules.

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OVERALL RENDERING

2 DOUBLE Aerial View

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