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Workspace


Site Location: Industry City NE corner of 2 Avenue and 35th Street, 1st and 2nd Floors, Sunset Park, Brooklyn, NY Project Area: 12058 sq.ft.

View from Interior

View from Interior

Plumbing System (Fire) Column & Beam

Beams & Lighting

View from Interior Entrance & Air Ventilation


SITE ANALYSIS

Visible View from Pedestrian

Sight Line, Visibility from Entrance

2nd Ave

Sunlight

Circulation

Noise

Potential Noise from Traffic

35th Street

Scale: 3/32” = 1’-0”


Conderence 1 Pantry Mail / Deliver

Conderence 2 Bike Showers Mothers Room Phone Booth

Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

Outpost Exectutive Director

Lounge/ Play Area Mechanical/ Tel Com

Political Theater

File Storage/ General Storage

Printers/ Scanners/ Photocopies

Project Director Offices

Area D

Classrooms Interview Room

Common Areas

Open Work Areas

Outpost IT

Open Access Library

Family Conference

Additional Support Spaces

Area A

Outpost Operations Director

Offices

Meeting Areas

Project Support Offices


PROGRAM DIAGRAM

Client Spatial Sequence

Classrooms Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

A

Lounge/ Play Area

Political Theater

Family Conference

Project Support Offices

Area E

Staff Spatial Sequence

Small Group Discussion

Small Group Discussion

Area B

Area C

Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

Lounge/ Play Area

Office

Conderence 2


DIAGRAM STUDY

Lounge/ Play Area

Area E

Outpost Operations Director

Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

Outpost IT

Area A Conderence 2 Outpost Exectutive Director

Interview Room Open Access Library Printers/ Scanners/ Photocopies

Public Service/ Social Area Mechanical/ Tel Com

Political Theater

Conderence 1

Public Service/ Social Area

Small Group Discussion

Area B

File Storage/ General Storage

Open Access Library

Printers/ Scanners/ Photocopies

Pantry Small Group Discussion

Area C

Bike Showers

Phone Booth

Family Conference

Classrooms

Small Group Discussion

Area D

Project Director Offices

Mail / Deliver

Cafe

Project Support Offices

Mothers Room

Functional Zones Diagram

Lounge/ Play Area

Area E

Outpost Operations Director

Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

Outpost IT

Area A

Small Group Discussion

Conderence 2

Political Theater

STA IR

Access

Open Access Library Printers/ Scanners/ Photocopies

Outpost Exectutive Director

STA IR

Interview Room

Public Service/ Social Area

Conderence 1

Small Group Discussion

Area B

Area C Family Conference

Staff Facility Classrooms

Small Group Discussion

Project Director Offices

Area D

Small Group Discussion

Project Support Offices

Public

Staffs Clients


Privacy Level Diagram Outpost Operations Director

Outpost IT

Area A

Small Group Discussion

Area E

Open

Lobby/ Reception/ Communicating Chair

Lounge/ Play Area

Semi-Public

Conderence 2

Access

Open Access Library Printers/ Scanners/ Photocopies

STA IR

Conderence 1

Interview Room

Political Theater

Small Group Discussion

Public Service/ Social Area

Private

STA IR

Outpost Exectutive Director

Area B

Pantry

Small Group Discussion

Project Director Offices

Area D

Small Group Discussion

Project Support Offices

Area C Family Conference

Staff Facility Classrooms

Bike Showers

Phone Booth

Mothers Room

Mail / Deliver

Circulation Diagram


AREA STUDY: The Interview Room Froested Glass Panel

Pendant LED

Section Display & File Glass Panel Face Exterior

Average Interview Time: 45 - 60 mins Quality: afford the subject privacy, comfort, quietness; no distracting objects, security. Size: The interview room should be large enough for three individuals to sit comfortably, but not so large that the suspect can psychologically escape into the void. Furniture: The subject’s chair should not have arms, which tend to restrict movement, nor a swivel seat or castors.


Domestic Violence Project

BRAND LOGO

Mental Health Project

BRAND LOGO

BRAND VALUES

Non-Profited, Community-Caring, Safety & Support, Equality

BRAND VALUES

Non-Profited, Community-Caring, Safety & Support, Equality

BRAND VALUES ASSOCIATION

Client Centered, Individualized Case, Collaborative System, Diversity, Healing, Human Rights & Dignity.

BRAND VALUES ASSOCIATION

Community Education, Mental Healing, Human Rights & Dignity.

BRAND MISSION

To help victims of domestic violence and their children live free of violence and abuse.

BRAND MISSION

BRAND SERVICE

Legal Service, Advocacy & Clinical Services, Legislative Advocacy, Financial Empowerment, Training & Outreach

To advance and enforce the rights of low-income New Yorkers with mental illness through direct legal advocacy, community education, legislative advocacy, organizing and coalition building, and impact litigation.

BRAND SERVICE

Eviction Prevention/Income Maintenance, Disability Benefits Advocacy, Discharge Planning, Criminal Justice Advocacy, Impact Litigation

BRAND PALLETTE BRAND PALLETTE TARGET GROUP

Any victims of domestic violence regardless of regardless of their gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, socioeconomic status, immigration status, age or otherwise.

“We consider domestic violence in any type of intimate relationship, regardless of gender or sexual identity, to be a human rights violation.”

TARGET GROUP

Low-income people with mental illness.

“The Project aimed to address an intractable problem facing homeless people with mental illness at the time - obtaining housing upon discharge from psychiatric hospitals.”


PRECEDENT STUDY: Uber

Uber Office by O+A City: San Francisco Year: 2014 Size: 90,000 sq ft

Challenge: BRAND LOGO

Before

After

BRAND VALUES

One-to One Connection, Ride-Sharing, Efficiency, Flexibity (anywhere-anytime & Low cost to Luxury), Convenience (world-wide service/accessibility)

BRAND VALUES ASSOCIATION

Safty, Environmental Friendly, Low-Barries Opportunity (provides self-motivated career).

BRAND MISSION

To peovide “transportation as reliable as running water, everywhere for everyone.”

BRAND STRATEGY

Dynamic Pricing strategy (supply & demand), Emphasis on Customer Satisfaction.

How to banlance the big narrative of its meteoric rise with the intimacy and luxury of a ride across town?

Solution: All Together...Quietly

People in shared spaces for (mostly) heads down work.

BRAND PALLETTE

TARGET GROUP

Individuals requesting or ordering an on-demand service; Providers that can provide the requested service.

1. Vast space made up of many interlocking comfort zones, artful orchestration of communal areas and small enclaves for solo concentration.

UNIVERSITY + CAFE


Oxidized Maple Copper

Untreated Concrete

Small enclaves Finish choices reflect both branches of Uber’s two-tiered services.

Uber Black, the luxury car option, is represented by the onyx glass of the elevator lobby (like the tinted glass of a limousine) and by metting structure clad in copper and oxidized maple).

Onyx Glass

Polygal

Artful orchestration of communal area

Color

Light

Linear LEDs


+ Domestic Violence Project BRAND MISSION

To empowers NYC’s most vulnerable residents, and surpass the barriers of poverty.

BRAND VALUES

Non-Profited, Community-Caring, Safety & Support, Equality Embrace Human Rights & Dignity / Value individuals

BRAND SERVICE

Direct legal service, Systemic advocacy, Community education and Political organizing.

Staff Zone

COLOR PALLETTE

EXPERIENTIAL SEQUENCE

Entrance

Mental Health Project

Interlocking Zones

Client Zone


Seperation and Revealing Different Functional Zones

Staff Zone and Client Zone

Feelings Toward Client Zone

Feelings inside Client Zone


Portal Study

DESIGN CONCEPT:

COCOON - Protection

Semi-Public

DESIGN STRATEGY: Cocoon (Layer Structure) + Community Centered Layout

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Community

Cocoon Layers

Private COMMUNITY - Connection

Cocoon Model Study


Experiential Study

First Floor

Acoustics

Lighting Quality

Spatial Progression

Client Noise Second Floor

Staff Noise


MODEL STUDY


MODEL STUDY


LIGHTING

B LIM Desk Light by Ralph Reddig & Pablo

Cup Recessed, LED, Diffused Light 13.7 W, 4000 K by iGuzzini

SECOND FLOOR: 1/8” = 1’ - 0”

A Ledplus, all glass round. LED, Spot Light, 0.75 W, 6000 K by iGuzzini

FIRST FLOOR: 1/8” = 1’ - 0”


1 D

E

MATERIALS

C Myco Foam, Biodegradable

2

Brush Paint Ceiling

3

Wood Finish Floor

4 B

6

5

A

7

FURNITURE LIST: (Haworth) 1. Immerse by Haworth Design Studio & Patricia Urquiola 2. Openest Double Desk by Patricia Urquiola 3. Collaborate by Stanley Felderman & Nancy Keatinge 4. Hop by Haworth 5. Ginger Ale by Roberto Lazzeroni 6. Cloud by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec 7. Openest Feather by Patricia Urquiola


A. View of Political Theater

B. View of 1st Fl. Open Office

C. View of 2nd Fl. Open Office


D. View of 2nd Fl. from Open Office to Private Office

E. View of 2nd Fl. Discussion Room


1 ST FL. View from Entrance


0 2. TULO U Project Type: Hostel (Group)


CONCEPT DIAGRAM

THE CONCEPT w el, sand, and char it rains much in th scenery surround the Tulou. Each fl separation around

Existing Tulou Photo By Barbara Song, Daniel Shen, Destinee Cohen, Edwin Gao, Ella Yang, Jessica Guo, Mikuru Hirasawa, Sarah Shin

Fujian Weather Diagram

Water Filtering System Study: The material for each layer applies to each level of Tulou as a water filtering system.

Water Filtering System Diag The rain is collected from th roof, passed down to each fl and ended in the central po


we are going for has to do with filtering, filtering through water and people. Through the roof, materials such as rocks, gravrcoal filter water allowing for clean water to flow through the Tulou giving those clean water for cleaning, and more. While his part of China it allows much of the water to flow throughout the building and down to the pond creating a beautiful ding the ancestral. The filtering through the people allow for the residents and tourists to have their own space throughout floor filters separate spaces so the separation of the two does not get confused. Using filtration it allows for cleanliness and d the circulation of the Tulou.

gram: he floor ond.

Public and Private Diagram: The filtering system also applies to the program layout staretegy. Privacy increased as a person moving up - 1&2 Fl. are mainly for community uses, and 3&4 FL. are mainly rooms.

Flooring System Detail: The bed of floor is tilted and covered with frosted glass, allowing the water to flow down by gravity and its motion can be seen by people.

Change of View Diagram and Material: The filtering concept also applies to view change system. The view changed from private to open as a person approach from corridor to balcony. It also defines the material use which shifts from solid to transparent. The sequence from is: clay, glass fiber reinforced concrete, frame and glass.


3D Concept Exploration

Double Helix System

Yin-Yang

Ramp Sys


stem 1.0

Ramp System 2.0

Ramp System 3.0


FINAL MODEL

1 ST FL.

2 ND FL.

3 RD FL.

4 TH FL.


Interior Photos

1 ST FL.

2 ND FL.

3 RD FL.

4 TH FL.


Lobby Detailed Floor Plan 1 ST FL. RCP

Section 1

1 ST FL. Rooms Detailed Floor Plan

2N

Section 2

Section 1


2 ND FL. RCP

3 RD FL. RCP

ND FL.

3 RD FL.

Section 2

4 TH FL.


MATERIAL DIAGRAM DINING AREA

CEDAR FLOORING GLASS BALCONY/RAILING RAMP GLASS FLOOR BAMBOO FLOORING SCREEN

EXISTING EXTERIOR CLAY SEATING

CONCRETE GLASS INFUSED FIBRE

BEDROOM

ROOMS

DINING

1 ST FL.

OLD & NEW DIAGRAM

Floor 2 2 ND FL.


LOBBY

CORRIDOR

CONCRETE GLASS INFUSED FIBRE

EXISTING CLAY WALL

BALCONY

TABLE

CHAIR

RAMP

BAMBOO FLOORING

SEATING

RECEPTION DESK

EXISTING EXTERIOR CLAY

RAMP

TABLES/BENCH

WATER

TABLES/BENCH

EXISTING EXTERIOR CLAY

CONCRETE TILE GROUND

ANCESTOR WORSHIP

RAMP

CORRIDOR

LOBBY

EXISTING MATERIALS EXISTING MATERIALS

NEW MATERIALS

NEW MATERIALS

EXISTINGEXISTING MATERIALS SPACE

EXISTING SPACE

NEW MATERIALS NEW SPACE

NEW SPACE

EXISTING SPACE RAMP

RAMP

Floor 4

NEW SPACE RAMP

3 RD FL. Floor 3

4 TH FL.

Floor 4


View from Entrance


View of Herbal Store

View of Corridor


View of Rooms

View of Balcony


1 ST FL. View from Entrance

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