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CHAPTER 01: MixSTUDIOWORKS Nanjing, China

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Nanjing, China

Nanjing World Trade Center MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT MixSTUDIOWORKS Los Angeles

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2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Mixed Use Development

“...AN ORGANIC WORLD CROSSING...” Nanjing World Trade Center will play a leading role in establishing and anchoring the core of Hexi, the new CBD of Nanjing, China. The initial master plan and its towers, designed by others, were challenged by straddling two parcels with a common street dividing them. MIX was retained to create more natural connectivity between the project’s two parcels, towers, the adjacent sunken plaza, and to the larger Hexi context beyond. The resulting horizontal expression and spatial choreography of the podium encourages a lateral pedestrian flow optimizing its retail vitality. The project is scheduled to open in 2015.

Mixed Use Development

Currently NWTC is under construction. My responsibilities as a design team member was to redesign the facade stone cladding, revise the facade transitions between the towers and retail podium both in BIM and 3D Max. Also, I was part of the contract negotiation process and prepared numerous design contracts.

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grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Office

Hotel

(By Others)

1

2

3

4

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6

7

8

9

10

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11

12

13

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1/17

2/17

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2/18

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20

21

22

23

24

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26

27

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3 A5.2.3

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4 A7.1.4.4

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3 A5.2.4

4 A7.1.4.6

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2 A4.1.1

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次主力店

零售

Retail

9,000

B01 -6.900

L

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±0.000 3 A4.1.3

2 A5.2.5

4 A7.1.4.2

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3 A4.1.1

2 A5.1.1

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餐饮

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R-03

J

R-04

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CF-02

F&B

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1 A5.2.3

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3 A5.2.1

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2 A7.7.1

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8,300

8,400 600

11,400

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3 A5.2.2

D

D

3

4

5

6

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8

9

10

1/9

11

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C

B

13

A

A

LRF +46 350

L08 +39.350

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8

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1/9

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1/17

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5,000

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9,000

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9,000

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9,000

12,000

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B01 -6.900

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1/18

2/18

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20

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2 -

西外立面图

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(By Others)

(By Others)

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+34.80

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+34.80

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L06 +32.500

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4 m2

2 m2

L05M +28.500

Mixed Use Development

+29.40

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+26.70

+25.30

+24.00

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ST01

D1

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G01, G02

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2 A4.1.4

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+4.00

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9,000

9,000

6,000

3,000

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9,000

9,000

9,000

9,000

9,000

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9,000

6,000

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6,500

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3 m2

G04

1

R-05

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P01

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P01

P01

L01 ±0.000

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R-01

L06 +32.500

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2/M

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+25.00

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1/N

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10 m2

L03 +11.500

P

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零售

L08 +39.350

G06

+34.80

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1/P

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2/M

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+18.00

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L04 +17.000

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Q

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1 -

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South Elevation

Mixed Use Development

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CHAPTER 01: MixSTUDIOWORKS Wuhan, China

Wuhan Aqua City

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Wuhan, China

MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT MixSTUDIOWORKS Los Angeles

Sectional perspective view

“...THE EVOLVING VERTICAL CHALLENGE...” Wuhan Aqua City (WAC) presents itself as an evolving response to the rising urban densities in China. Two towers, one office and one residential, are incorporated into the project together with an eleven-level commercial podium intended to anchor the eastern edge of Wuhan’s downtown retail core. MIX’s careful strategies of sub-districts and attraction induce natural ascent, creating value to the podium’s upper destinations, and effectively countering the challenges of gravity. My responsibilities as a main designer of this project includes stone facade elevation design, waterfall tower design, triangulation and structural study and documentation of the Geode-LED screen, RCP studies, interior icon studies and documentation, fire regulation and fire shutter studies. Eventually produced Design Development package in BIM model. Also, I produced presentation material, including animations, renderings, and design diagrams. Interior view

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Mixed Use Development

Mixed Use Development

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2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Glass Canopy

Exterior

Varies

250

300

200

150

250

150

1,200

100

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Stainless Steel Canopy Framing

150

100

50

Glass Curtain Wall

Painted Metal Vestibule Framing

SE Entry Vestibule Canopy

Scale:1:10

1 -

Enlarged Section

Enlarged Section

Scale:1:100

Scale:1:100

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Enlarged Elevation

Scale:1:100

Scale:1:100

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L07 +31.500

L06 +26.400

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25

24

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18

17

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15

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7

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4

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Mixed Use Development

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grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

200

1,500 Glass Balustrade (xxx)

Painted metal

2,000

425

50

300

Escalator treads

1,200

300

1,000

不锈钢材立柱

555

850

Stainless Steel Post

ss glass fixing system and laminated safety glazing

Laminated safety glazing with bamboo frit pattern, ss upstands and ss glass fixing system

Stone (xxx)

20

Enlarged Detail Plan

3 -

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1,600

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200

75 150

1,800

300

2,245

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500

150 Recessed LED Strip Light

2,000

300 Painted Gypsum Board Soffit

4 -

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150 75

Fascia-A2 Enlarge Section

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5.4 46

100

.

4,500

EQ

3 A7.8.2

les du Mo 33

1,800

Var. per Esc

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1,500 Stainless Handrail

1,800

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25

3,790

1,800

2,100

300

1,800

1,800

1,800

425

50

100

3 A7.8.2

1,200

555

850

100 1,100

150

300

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Scale:1:20

Glass Balustrade (xxx)

3 A7.3.1

4 -

2 .8.1 A7

25

4 A7.8.1

1,800

100

Metal Panel Ceiling Finish Ceiling Height @ Terraces (See RCP Plans)

300

Module

Painted Gypsum Board Soffit

300

300

A7.8.1 3

Finished floor center line

300

4 A7.3.1

Var. per Esc

Scale:1:20

CL

CL

PAIR OF ESCALATOR

150 Max. Assumed Truss Depth

2,000

100

100

100

2 .8.1 A7

25

400

25

50 1,0 0 20

150

400

150

150

150

1,750

150

1,000 100

400

25

VARIES

50 1,0 0 20

VARIES

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Recessed linear lights 25

2 .8.1 A7

80 2,9 0 30

Max. Assumed Truss Depth

1,000

300

150

1,000 100

Max. Assumed Truss Depth

300

1 -

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80 2,9 0 30

1,750

CL

PAIR OF PAIR OF ESCALATOR ESCALATOR

Scale:1:100

Air space

2,000 1,000

100

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Perforated metal Recessed Linear lights (by lighting consultant)

2,000

2,000

PAIR OF ESCALATOR

2 -

2,000

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Fascia A1 Enlarged Elevation 1 Scale:1:25 -

150

3 -

Scale:1:25

2,000

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5 -

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Fascia-A1, A2 Cutaway

400

Perforated metal

Perforated metal

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1,200

425

425

425

1,200

555

555

555

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150

200

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150

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50

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1,000

1,000

1,000

200

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75 x 150 Stainless Seel Sill Continuous

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1,000

200

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Painted metal

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200

1,150

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60 12

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CHAPTER 01: MixSTUDIOWORKS Dalian, China

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Dalian, China

Dalian Yida Gorky Road MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT MixSTUDIOWORKS Los Angeles

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2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Mixed Use Development

â&#x20AC;&#x153;...Reinventing Gorky road...â&#x20AC;? Yida Gorky road aim to preserve the natural fabric of its existing context, enhance the community spirit by creating a partial livework space on the to podium level, and connected by a s-shape loop from East to West. Juxtaposing the enormous Henglong plaza by Aedas to the North, Gorky road creates a internal pedestrian walkway which provide an intimate environment for visitors. Filled with lights and vegetations, Gorky road seamlessly connects 3 other parcels own by the same client.

Mixed Use Development

My responsibilities as a design team member include Bim massing and planning, major facade and massing language design, coordinating planning and regulatory information from clients and consultants, preparing presentation materials including images below, conducting design and video conference with clients, local architects, contract negotiation, as well as fire, parking, site related restriction studies.

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CHAPTER 03: Tom Wiscombe Architecture

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

New Rochelle, New York

Los Angeles, USA

Waterfront Gateway Design Competition

SKIN International Digital Fabrication Competition

HOUSING

PROTOTYPES 2.0: Puzzle, Snap, Heal

Tom Wiscombe Architecture Los Angeles

Tom Wiscombe Architecture Los Angeles

The aim of this design is to create an ensemble of buildings which are highly characterized and discreet but interactive. This is in stark contrast to the contemporary tendency in architecture to turn buildings into fields or landscapes or otherwise degrade their object-hood. This is not to say that buildings are somehow fragmented or collaged together. Rather, the goal is to establish that things can exist equally but differently on a flat ontological plane. The concept of flat ontology, from Manuel DeLanda, extends the discourse of part-to-whole logic to include radical wholism.

This series of prototypes deals with the status of the joint in composite construction. The history of the joint is one of beginnings and ends of materials, thermal or expansions breaks, and any number of assembly details connecting one material to another. Polymer-based composites offer new ways into this problem. In fact, they enable for the first time the possibility of near seamlessness. Nevertheless, such removal of all tectonic expression and cultural signs from surfaces is unsettlingly near to Modernism, where ornament, detail, and all forms of rustication were excluded as a sign of resistance to the past. The revolution of composite construction must be based a different ethos. Rather than erasing tectonic articulation because we can, it is time for architects to begin to theorize what constitutes a composite tectonics.

Massing diagrams

Fabricated prototypes

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Waterfront Gateway Design Competition | New Rochelle, New York

SKIN International Digital Fabrication Competition

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CHAPTER 02: Skidmore Owing & Merrill

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

San Francisco San Francisco, USA

Daji, Beijing

SF Golden State Warriors Stadium

BFS Daji Beijing

The SF Golden State Warriors Stadium proposal creates an landmark stadium and an urban link at the 32 pier of San Francisco. A multi-level podium creates a seamless transition between the city, the stadium and the waterfront. The podium and the surrounding landscape is infiltrated with retail, commercial and public space. The bowl serves as an translucent vessel which promotes and houses major cultural events. The arena will become a new cultural center for the city of San Francisco. Pier 30-32 are located in a very well connected area of San Francisco. While I was in the San Francisco office I contributed to the preliminary design phase.

BFS Daji is a mix-use office and commercial project which is located on a historical Hutong site in Beijing China. The project seeks to preserve the historical Hutong buildings and transform the area into a mega retail center. The Hutong building situated in the middle of the site is surrounded by the proposed podium and office buildings, serving as a epicenter and entrance to the entire building complex. The staggered retail podium boxes shifts in transparency and uses as they stack on top of each other to allow program shifts. I participated in full schematic design phase.

Skidmore Owing & Merrill San Francisco

Among my responsibilities as a design team member were 3D modeling, preparing presentation materials.

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SF Golden State Warriors Stadium

Aerial view

Skidmore Owing & Merrill San Francisco

Among my responsibilities as a design team member were building 3D model and physical model, design of the south entrance canopy, office towers facade study, and preparing presentation materials.

BFS Daji mixed use

Section perspective view

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CHAPTER 02: Skidmore Owing & Merrill

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

New York Queens, New York

Long Island, New York

Willets Point Redevelopment Project

Long Island Women’s Hospital Indoor Garden

Skidmore Owing & Merrill New York

Skidmore Owing & Merrill New York

INTERNATIONAL ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

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The Willets Point redevelopment project looks to create an international entertainment center on the currently underdeveloped part of Queens, New York. Within the design phase of the Willet’s Point Redevelopment, I concentrated mainly on creating schematic drawings, models, and renderings. At the same time I had the opportunities to partake in various consultant and client meetings.

Lawn Citi Field

Hotel Casino/ Retail

Flushing Future Pedestrian Bridge to 37th St.

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D/T 3FORM WALL RELIEF

Among my responsibilities as a design team member were design and 3D model building, canopy structure study, creating detail schematic plans and sections, renderings, and preparing presentation materials.

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Among my responsibilities as a design team member were design and 3D model building, parametric facade study, site diagrams preparation, renderings, and preparing presentation materials.

LIJ Women’s hospital indoor garden is a extension of the then under construction hospital. This indoor garden aim to provide a intimate social space, where during the day time it would be used by patients of the hospital, during the night it could function as a event space, at the same time providing enough storage for its different functionalities.

Garden view

Indoor Garden

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CHAPTER 04: KSESTUDIO | Seaholm Intake Design Competition

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

The park as a building, the building as a park

Seaholm Activity Intake Austin, Texas

Seaholm Intake Design Idea Competition KSESTUDIO - New York Principals - Sofia Krimizi | Kyriakos Kyriakou

SHORTLISTED | TOP 10 Proposal for the adaptive reuse of the Seaholm Intake facility and the surrounding park. The City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Austin Parks Foundation, The Trail Foundation, and AIA Austin, launched a Design Ideas Competition for the iconic Art Deco Seaholm Intake building, a former power plant intake facility along Lady Bird Lake. River approach

The community of Austin is seeking for a collective space that maximizes the possibilities for recreation, education, social interaction and development, while serving practical needs of the everyday “park and trail life”. Inspired by Austin’s identity as a host city of cultural events and festivals, we propose the transformation of the Seaholm intake building into a community driven hub open to appropriation from all citizens. We propose investing in the creation of a kaleidoscopic, restless and temporal character for the Seaholm Activity Intake, without committing to a singular program or type of user but on the contrary attracting events and activity from different directions, encouraging urban spontaneity and interaction. Our proposal challenges the exchange between the park and the building in order to maximize the potential of both. We design the building as a park and the park as a building allowing this way for versatile indoor spaces, while defined outdoor formations. Our strategy is to preserve the historical form of the intake building and allow its utilitarian design to drive new functions. These functions will find areas of expansion from the building on the landscape through radical interventions on its malleable mass of the latter. Our primary operation suggest the removal of the landfill at the backside of the building and the realignment of the bike trail on the water edge, liberating and multiplying this way the northern façade of the building towards Cesar Chavez street, while using the iconic south façade as an active backdrop for the activities of the Trail. With that move the building becomes accessible from both sides, a vibrant node that strategically connects park and water. A sloped landscape that reinterprets the natural topography will become a receiving pocket for all the interior activities establishing a stage – auditorium relationship between landscape and building. A floating platform that extends the building into the water is placed right in front of the bike trail on the lake side allowing a variety of positions that serve different setups among which the engagement of the south bank.

Interior view

Interior view

An unlimited number of events can be generated in, on and around the Seaholm Intake Building transforming it to a 24/7 vibrant hub. All architectural interventions remain hidden allowing the users to be the protagonists in iconic events. Outdoor concert space

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2013 design idea competition | Top 10 | Team: Kyriakos Kyriakou, Sofia Krimizi, Avra Tomara, Jiarui Su, Jen Endozo, Yubi Park

2013 design idea competition | Top 10 | Team: Kyriakos Kyriakou, Sofia Krimizi, Avra Tomara, Jiarui Su, Jen Endozo, Yubi Park

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(Landscape Architecture), Jannie Tsuei (MBA), Andy Wang & Caitlin Zacharias (City Planning)

CHAPTER 04: ULI Design Competition 2012 / Houston Future Energy Institute

NETWORKundergrad OF EXCHANGES professional experience competitions workshops grad Aschool

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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ENERGY INDUSTRY CATALYST

Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design Competition A PLACE FOR EXCHANGE

Innovation is born from exchanging knowledge and ideas. Mixing and mingling is designed into the daily work experience.

Inspiration public continuing library, media networkCenter: of open spaces that education, collection, database, encourages casualInternet socializingcafe, & and face-to-face continuing educationencounters.

EXCHANGE SCENARIOS

coworking spaces startup incubators

Coworking spaces and startup incubators

coorprate bridge - discourse with major energy companies

leture halls Houston energy sector - executive education

energy policy and new tech. Corporate bridge: discourse ventures with major energy companies

Institute for the Future of Energy: a research institute anchors a campus of cleantech firms, feeding new ideas into Houston’s energy sector while cultivating businesses and technologies.

CATALYST FOR THE

FUTURE OF ENERGY

A research institute anchors an urban campus that reinforces Houston’s role as energy capital of the U.S.

intern residence coworker residence (lab, researchers)

Mixed residence: coworker residence (lab, researchers, interns)

HOUSTON EXCHANGE: A NETWORK OF EXCHANGES

Auditorium Lecture halls: Mixer-lounge executive education in laboratory space for alternative energy mixer-lounge Lab space for alternative auditorium energy policy and new research energy research discourse, debate tech ventures

EXCHANGE SCENARIOS

A COOL PLACE IN A HOT CITY

The opposite of a heat island — the bayou breeze and solar site orientation keep streets Houston Exchange project emphasizes on creating comfortableThe for pedestrians.

Spatial organization to accommodate dynamic interaction between people, leading to exchange and spawning of new ideas.

to exchange. A research institute anchors an urban campus that reinforces Houston’s role as energy capital and catalyst for the future of energy of the U.S. The opposite of a heat island — the bayou breeze and solar site orientation keep streets comfortable for pedestrians.

the place for idea exchange. Innovation is born from exchanging knowledge and ideas. Mixing and mingling is designed into the daily work experience. Shaded plazas, covered rooftops, sky bridges and other public/ connection spaces form a network of places for people

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THE EXCHANGE MODEL

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Jiarui Su (Architecture). Anoop Patel (Landscape Architecture), Jannie Tsuei (MBA Real Estate), Andy Wang & Caitlin Zacharias (City Planning)

A PLACE FOR EXCHANGE

ENERGY INDUSTRY CATALYST

Jiarui Su (Architecture). Anoop Patel (Landscape Architecture), Jannie Tsuei (MBA Real Estate), Andy Wang & Caitlin Zacharias (City Planning)

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CHAPTER 05: Tallinn Concert Hall | Super-Component

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Tallin, Estonia

Nested Objects:

TALLINN CONCERT HALL Super-Component

Interior rendering - micro objects / ephemeral tattoo

Tallinn Concert Hall explores the concept of Super-component; independent and yet related. Nested and yet not connected. The massive void from the missing figures dissipates into the mega seams between the components. These seams allow for the vis-avis and opportunities to fit services that feed these components as well as connect them. The micro-figures reflect the overall formation and represent the difference in scale that brings variation in function and meaning. The micro-figures at the lobby level become the chandeliering Grand staircase, pushing onward the yellow liner. The Absence of the figure does not mean the absence of the Object. The Super-component becomes richer in the traces and imprints left-over by the missing figures. The Figure becomes its virtual voided-self within the maintained virtual envelope. The Ground as pedestal, receives the shape of the building object. It mimics the buildingâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s twists but formally differentiates itself from the figure-based shapes. The Ground Object is nested within the Landscape, where it rests and peaks off as if excavated. The Landscape adds to the objectification of the Ground by the way it wraps around it and the way it lays itself on it. Interior micro objects/physical model

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2013 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Cedric Al Kazzi | Supervisors: Tom Wiscombe, Nate Hume

2013 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Cedric Al Kazzi | Supervisors: Tom Wiscombe, Nate Hume

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CHAPTER 05: Tallin Concert Hall | Super-Component

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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The clustering of Super-components creates layers of interconnected spaces and between â&#x20AC;&#x153;skinsâ&#x20AC;? circulation spaces. By lose-fitting and tight-fitting different area of the geometries, major atrium and viewing opportunities were creating, as well as tertiary service programmatic components.

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CHAPTER 05: Megastructure

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Planar 1.0: Project H.H BATTERSEA LONDON Super-component and loose or tight outer skins Planar City 1.0 operates in a triple level. The ground is liberated from heavy car traffic. Bike and people are free to move on a new cobble stoned streetscape. This plane is an area full of possibilities. Old industrial buildings and infrastructure formate a landscape of bespoke architectural urban interest. The lack of urban density and the retrofit landscape treatment further enhance the planar flow.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Here lies the opportunity for developing programs free of restrictions and hierarchies, centers or rhetorical figures ; they are opportunities and programs (to be invented, for the most part) in which the modes and practices of new subject can be developed: activities that enable a tangent topology to unfold.â&#x20AC;?

-- Areas of Impunity , Abalos & Herreros

Abundant warehouses and infrastructure are turned into areas for art installation and performance. The density of the city is hovering above the terrain vague. Privately owned public spaces create a canyon like landscape through office buildings. On the top a new unusual public domain exists. This landscape is empty from extraneous objects and programs. It rather focuses on the urban view and the interaction with the ground and middle level. In Planar City 1.o the bike has priority. Movement through the three levels is possible through ramps ,bike elevators or ground entrances. The bike uses the continuous surface as open field. NOW it has priority to move and explore freely.

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701 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Andreas Kostopoulos | Supervisors: Homa Farjadi Architecture Association Studio

701 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Andreas Kostopoulos | Supervisors: Homa Farjadi Architecture Association Studio

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Planar 1.0 creates a interior cityscape by pancaking functional programs on both side, and connecting this new city datum with a continuous bike loop. Its heights and spaces depends on the view, lights, accessibilities, and surrounding. Major amenities are shattered throughout the bike path, creating a new urban environment.

Interior landscape axon

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Interior office

Street rendering

Sectional perspective

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CHAPTER 05: American Turkish Society Center New York

ATSnyc: CALLIGRAPHY/PATTERN/LINE/SPACE American Turkish Society Center New York

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

From Section to Plan ATSncy adheres to its urban adjacencies in order to facilitate galleries, offices and a cultural center. On the North it carries the lines of the neighboring buildings organizing its program in a horizontal manner. Long weaving spaces rotate, progressively, upwards until they reach the south facade. There, the building becomes vertical with an imposing glass facade which exposes the interior to the lively 25th street. The structure is a three dimensional box-truss system and the exterior surfaces are covered with liquid metal, a type of synthetic mesh material. The nature of the material allows for a light weight facade with unique qualities. During the day the building is an opaque mysterious object, while at night it becomes translucent unveiling its interior to the public. Corner rendering

North west corner rendering

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602 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Andreas Kostopoulos | Supervisors: Ferda Kolatan

602 design studio | Team members: Jiarui Su, Andreas Kostopoulos | Supervisors: Ferda Kolatan

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Section detail 1

Section detail 2

Second floor - library and auditorium plan

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Physical model - overall

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CHAPTER 05: Hotel/Residential TriBeCa, NY

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Sound Catalyst: ENCOUNTERS IN MOVEMENT Hotel/Residential TriBeCa, NY The building is a reactive gradient based on sound and time. Public program wraps up and through acting as a sound catalyst while units shift in both scale and length of stay. At the street level public program is acoustically soft and increases as you move up the building, changing from small, quiet retail to a bar/club on the uppermost level.

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The living units are directly related to the degree of sound; with the longer term units located on lower levels shifting to shorter term units on upper levels. There is no distinction between hotel and residential, only a distinction in time of stay and degree of permanence.

601 design studio | Supervisors: Hina Jamelle

601 design studio | Supervisors: Hina Jamelle

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CHAPTER 05: Hotel/Residential TriBeCa, NY

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

A spiraling public amenities path run from the ground floor to the top. Creating a well-balanced connection in Movement between Encounters the tenants and the visitors, Hotel/Residential reflecting the vibrant TriBeCa, NY culture of TriBeCa NY.

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Sound Catalyst:

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601 design studio | Supervisors: Hina Jamelle

601 design studio | Supervisors: Hina Jamelle

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CHAPTER 05: River Bathhouse

Egress:

The River Bathhouse, located on the east bank of Schuylkill River below the JFK Blvd, where multiples of types of transportation system collide, one critical question that needs to be answered if mitigating and negotiating the different types of travel patterns, speeds and directions.

RIVER BATHHOUSE East Bank of Schuylkill River, JFK Blvd

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2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

502 design studio | Supervisors: Julie Beckman

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Conducting the experiments of the flow of dry-ice vapor. Rules were extracted thereafter applied to the study of the transformative gradient from urban to natural waterfront, merging movements and flows. At the same time, the Egress focuses on a Specific Bathing Ritual experience to create a

journey of cleansing and becoming part of a bigger body. The city of Philadelphia itself is also experiencing this process of cleansing. The project looks to reverse the current industrial condition of the site as well as many locations along the Schuykill River by recreating the site with wetlands in a specific

502 design studio | Supervisors: Julie Beckman

transformative strategy. The bathhouse is therefore a combination of movements, ecology, experiential quality and as well as urbanism.

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CHAPTER 05: PennDesign Reuse Assembly grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Surface Form: Inverting

CHAPTER 05: AA Kinect Seminar grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Kinect Sculpting: Scanned Space

PLASTIC LID ASSEMBLY

Between art and trash, the inverting of lids becomes a surface form. Both the fabrication and incineration of our 810 unrecyclable PVC lids produce dioxin, a nasty chlorine gas and carcinogen. On a molecular level, the proliferation of cancer occurs through various mutations of the healthy cells, often with chromosomes inverting positions. We infused this notion of inverting into the surface-form on multiple scales, with discrete units and modules with simple inversions, connections between modules, the transfer of structure from rim to membrane, and the production of both densely packed and voluminous regions. Our surface gives rise to a form that generatively defines spaces and inverts our understanding of the lid itself.

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

Xbox KINECT

PART ONE: AXIAL SYMMETRY ‘Kinect Sculpting’ part one seeks to redefine the way everyday, axially symmetric objects can be deformed into unique and interesting sculptures by using the Kinect and accompanying Processing script. Part one very closely resembles the action of a potter at his Potter’s wheel spinning clay in order to get his desired effect. At this stage, one team member stands in front of the kinect waving in circles while the other team member controls the computer mouse to enable the gesturing to shape the spinning object within Processing.

Assembly diagrams

PART TWO: PLANAR SYMMETRY ‘Kinect Sculpting’ part two deals with objects that have planar symmetry which have also been scanned with the Kinect thereby creating an even deeper connection with the technology. For this portion, the person at the computer is able to use the waving of his or her hand as the way to either sculpt an object inwards or outwards.

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Design seminar | Supervisors: Phu Huang

Arm at side and outside kinect viewing range

Original

Arm at side and outside kinect viewing range

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Wave hand so as to be recognized by the kinect

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Wave hand so as to be recognized by the kinect

Intrusion

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Extrusion

Circle arm right or left to allow sculpting to happen in or out

Operation diagrams

Coke bottle

AA Kinect Seminar | Supervisors: Immanuel Koh

Head scan

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CHAPTER 06: Glisan Bath, Portland OR

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

grad school undergrad professional experience competitions workshops

Portland, Oregon

Eddies of Convergence UNIFICATION OF DIVERSE Glisan Bath The separation between classes and cultures has infiltrated and undermined our society, creating barriers between people. We interact on the surface but a vital, deeper level of connection is missing. The power of this architecture is to bridge this divide and create spaces that collect and gather people from every corner of the society into a common point. An investigation was conducted of Glisan Street, and a 102-page book was created with each page graphically representing one block of the street. It is at the intersection of the

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Laurelhurst and Kerns neighborhoods where the social division is most profoundly felt. Thirty-second Avenue forms an invisible wall that divides the two neighborhoods in all aspects. Unification is needed at this site to bring the community together. To this end, the introduction of a bathhouse at this location will unite the participants through the experiences of the architecture. Water is the elemental component that embodies every individual. It provides the opportunity for users to strip away their old identities and enter a common ground.

302 design studio | Supervisors: Clive Knight

302 design studio | Supervisors: Clive Knight

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CHAPTER 06: Tri-met Transit Center, Portland OR

2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

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Portland, Oregon

Intra-section: ENCOUNTERS Tri-met Transit Center

Encounters Within the realm of a transit center, the flows of human and vehicular movement are the major dynamic systems in constant interaction with each other. Multiple forms of transportation pass through this hub, including pedestrian, light rail, streetcar, bicycle, and water taxi. The spontaneous interactions between commuters and other modes of transport affect all systems and create the defining core of the transit center. When the human path encounters the transit path, a moment of significance occurs. By examining the length and exit locations of the light rail and streetcar, linear forces suggesting the human passage were pulled across the building. These flows of movement became the location and direction of the main structural members and thresholds, and inform the shape of the architecture.

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301 design studio | Supervisors: Jeff Schnabel

301 design studio | Supervisors: Jeff Schnabel

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