Hebe Chen 2018 - 2020 Portfolio

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2018-2020


Hebe Chen / MFA Portfolio 2018 - 2020

ABOUT ME

Hebe Chen Academy of Art University Graduate School of Interior Architecture and Design MFA Student

Phone / 562 965 8022 Email / j.chen.creative.interior@gmail.com Web / issuu.com/hebechen

Inspiration for me is drawn from a multicultural background that has been built from having to constantly travel and relocate between the US and Asian during a big part of my life. Besides observing the beauty of architecture and design in my travels, I have also had the chance to work with various people from different cultural background. These experiences have given me a different perspective on global interior design. Throughout the time I spent studying in AAU, I have gained new knowledge and design skill through reading, drawing, designing and practising while also working in the field with those who I can continue learn from and be inspired by. I believe design is being innovative through making new changes.


Table of Contents

01 │ Hospitality Design │ Hotel Karl

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02 │ Community Center Design │ The Hope

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03 │ Winthrop Care │ Medical Office Design

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04 │ Small Projects│ 3D Modeling, Free Hand Drawing

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Hotel Karl


Project / Oakland Hotel Design Course / Studio 3 fall 2019 Instructor / Kathleen Valkuchak Site / Oakland, California

01 HOSPITALITY DESIGN │ HOTEL KARL Project Challenge : Design a business model boutique hotel located downtown Oakland, California. The hotel will primarily serve business guest, tourists, tech clients and cabin crew. It is an eight-story structure, with public spaces located primarily on the first and second floors, including an interior courtyard on the first level. Floor 3-8 provides 60 guest rooms, 10 on each floor.

Project Solution : Hotel Karl will create a customer journey of relaxation that establishes changing perspectives through its vibrant art atmosphere.

Project Utilized : Revit, Sketchup, Enscape, AutoCad, Photoshop, InDesign

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

01│ “Fog spilled from the heights of San Francisco

like the liquid it almost was. On better days it spread across the bay and took over Oakland street by street, a thing you saw coming, a change you watched happening to you, a season on the move. Where it encountered redwoods, the most local of rains fell. Where it found open space, its weightless pale passage seemed both endless and like the end of all things. It was a temporary sadness, the more beautiful for being sad, the more precious for being temporary. It was the slow song in minor that the rock-and-roll sun then chased away.”

PROJECT 01

- Jonathan Franzen

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

01 │ Design Inspiration

1 Jonathan Franzen’s short essay about fog 2 Key words related to the design concept

02 │ Concept Sketches 1 Explore the form of the fog 2 Explore the circulation in the building 3 Explore the possibility of a relationship between floors

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CONCEPT STATEMENT

PROJECT 01

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01 │ Mood Board These images juxtapose obscurity and clarity, creating a contrast of the soft and the sturdy. A vibrant orange creates visual impact while a calm blue soothes the surrounding space. Space transitioning from narrow to open provides the patron an experience that mimics exiting the fog.

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02 │ Concept Statement

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

Jonathan Franzen, in his short essay about fog, has inspired me. I was moved by his detailed description of the way fog moves over a landscape from San Francisco to Oakland and by his intricate description of its interaction with the foliage and individual items in that landscape. Oakland stands in the shadow of San Francisco as its sister city. The metamorphosis of the fog, as it moves, changes perceptions. The metaphor tells a story of Oakland’s journey from obscurity to clarity. Technology and economic growth have played a significant role in giving the city new life and highlighting its vibrant art and mixed cultures. Taking the inspiration from the way fog moves over a city’s landscape, the concept behind the high-end boutique hotel is to embrace today’s Oakland and offer people changing perspectives through its vibrant art atmosphere. The design speaks to the user’s triumphant journey, from snuggling in a cozy blanket from fog to reveling in bright open working space. Transforming space smoothly from calm to vibrant illustrates a newfound sense of freedom in the way that getting out of the fog encourages people’s ability to dream and enjoy their extended stay in the hotel. The design elements mimic the behavior of fog’s tendency to roll in and its undulating patterns, now thick, now thin, now soft, now more solid, which depict the delicate structure while presenting changing perceptions of that structure. 9


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SITE ANALYSIS Broadway Street along Downtown

01│ Address: 1544 Broadway Oakland, California Neighborhood: Downtown Oakland Zoning: CBD-P Lot Area: appox.area = 11370 Sq.ft Target Audience: Business people, traveler, local visitor

Main Access : West Site of the Building at Broadway the main street at downtown Oakland

Parking Access: Basement parking PROJECT 01

Transportation Near by: BART & bus station along Broadway

The site location provides great opportunities for hotel business. The cultural diversity and the history of downtown Oakland encourage visitor in the area to try new things. This building has shared property lines on the North, East, South-side of the building. Any areas that should have the best views will have a limited choice, and daylight will be more prominent in the South and West side of the building. The main entrance of the building locates at the West

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Freeway Junction Point


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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01 │ Downtown Oakland Map with Neighbourhood Analysis Competitor hotel near by Art Galleries Museum around the site:

Pedestrian

Restaurant, Bar, Theater, Shops

Noise

Noise

Site Plan Scale: 3/32” =1’-6”

02 │ solar and acoustic analysis 03 │Adjacent buliding 03│

ALL Axis Enterprise Building

1. Downtown Oakland 3D Map 2. Street View on Broadway 3. Across Street View 4. Fox Theatre 5. 17th Broadway Apartment Building 6. Project Hotel Building Model 8. Latham Square Office Building 9. Cathedral Building

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Street View

BUILDING ANALYSIS

Courtyard View

PROJECT 01

NTS

Legend

Staff Entrance

Building Entrance Building Exit

Vertical Circulation

Courtyard View

Structural Wall Non-Structural Wall

Main Public Entrance

Street View

Exit Path

Shaft Wall Mech Shaft Electrical Shaft Exterior Views Natural daylight Airflow

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NTS


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Street View

Note: •

No existing plumbing

With existing electrical shaft

The main construction material on structural walls and columns are concrete

Non-structural walls are concrete and metal stub

The courtyard provides an excellent opportunity for natural daylight and air ventilation

Courtyard View

Summary:

NTS

Street View

Floor Height at Each hotel unit : 9’-10”

Courtyard View Floor Height at East Wing of 1st Floor

Main Public Entrance Floor Height at West Wing of 1st Floor: 15’-5”

The potential of this building to be a boutique is being seen through the building analysts. The facade is facing Broadway street, which drage attention from the audience. It can be an excellent opportunity for hotel marketing. Variety of ceiling height at 1st and 2nd floor can have the potential to create an outstanding lighting design. The courtyard in the middle of the building gives a relaxing feature for the visitor while increasing air circulation between the building block. The east and south sides of the building receive a good among of sunlight during the day, which can be a great sustainability feature to reduce energy consumption during the day. The design challenge for the project is to create a smooth transition between private and public space while offering a unique experience following the design concept. Minimise acoustical impact for the guest and give more privacy for the guest in the hotel room and meeting room is part of the challenge.

NTS

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PRECEDENT STUDY 01│

Project Name:

W hotel Guangzhou

Project Location:

Guangdong, China

PROJECT 01

This W hotel project is has set an excellent example for my semester project to design my hotel. The concept of the W hotel is become a chic and energetic modern boutique hotel with southern Chinese culture touch. It successfully become a landmark in the area .The hotel design has aesthetically responded to the city, which took consideration to cultural and historical value in it. As one of the high-end hotel in the finance district, the overall space plan is functionally well. Exceptionally the lobby design smart to separate the hotel residence with the local guest in the public area at the floor level.

Design insights: • Rich design elements incorporate in the space such as: wall and floor texture, upholstery textile • Incorporating artworks, sculptures, crafted divider to increase the aesthetic level in the space • Strong characters reflects the city culture • Great lighting design blends in design concepts through out the space • Incorporating design elements that are meaningful to the community – culturally and historically • Well contrast between soft and hard material on the floor and the furniture • The lighting in the bar and restaurant increase the aesthetic level 14

01 │ Study Sketches 1 Lobby Lounge 1st floor Sketch 2 Lobby Lounge 2nd floor Sketch 3 Hotel Lobby Floor Plan


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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1st Floor Plan (NTS)

02 │ Hotel Images 1 Check in area 3 Ballroom 3 Cocktail lounge

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BUBBLE DIAGRAMS & ADJACENCY MATRIX

PROJECT 01

Sample-I

Sample-J

1st Floor

1st Floor

2nd Floor

2nd Floor

Sample-K

Sample-L

LEGEND: 1st Floor

1st Floor

PUBLIC SPACE SEMI-PRIVATE PRIVAWTE SPACE TRAVEL PATH ENTRANCE PATH

2nd Floor

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2nd Floor

ENTRANCE PATH

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PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

PROGRAMS

SPACE

OCCUPANCY TYPE

OCCUPANCY FACTOR

AREA SQ.FT

OCCUPANCY LOAD

FUNCTION REQ/AMENITIES

AESTHETIC GOALS

Reception desk, variety of lounge seating, baggage storage room, adjacent to ADA restroom, self check-in station

Welcome and relax open space for audience, artistic lighting and feature wall

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Private workspace with full size work station, computer chair, guest chair

Natural color with cozy seating and natural daylight

251

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Outdoor Small scale cafe, variety of seating, service cafe bar

Casual comfortable and welcome cafe with warm lighting

722

25

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Two medium scale restaurant with variety of restaurant seating suitable for group, small wait area, buffet station, cashier desk

Relax dining environment with warm lighting

Group H

400

200

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Commercial kitchen for food preparation and storage, groceries delivery, direct access to trash chute

Functional space with light color wall and bright and functional lighting

COCKTAIL LOUNGE

Group A-2

595

30

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Lounge and bar seatings, bar counter, bar stool, adjacent to the Lobby and Kitchen

Dark and dramatic space with artistic lighting

BALLROOM & BANQUET ROOM

Group A-1

1400

15

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Multi-function room capable for large events ,meetings, exhibits, table and chair storage room, mechanical room, projector

Artistic carpet and ceiling light, warm and bright adjustable lighting

CONFERENCE ROOMS x3

Group A-2

300

30

10

One Small and two medium meeting room for business use,conference table and chair, build-in speaker, TV screen, projector,cabinet,window view, acoustical ceiling

Bright and warm open space

HEALTH CLUB & SPA

Group A-2

1721

100

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Small health club for hotel guest, fitness equipments with running machines and weights, fitness flooring, acoustical ceiling, full mirror wall, towel rack, shared hot tube, women’s and men’s separated changing room with Sauna room and shower room.

Relaxing environment with Bright open space and even lighting

BACK OF HOUSE

Group H

650

60

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Small service room, janitorial closet, staff locker, laundry room, house keeping space

Bright and natural color

Outdoor Seating Area

Group A-2

2134

100

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Variety table and seating for guest ,,t can also be free work space and seating for hotel guest.

Free and relax outdoor environment surrounding with green landscape

LOBBY

Group A-1

776

50

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MANAGER OFFICE

Group B

117

100

OUTDOOR CAFE

Group B

250

RESTAURANT X2

Group A-2

KITCHEN X 2

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PROJECT 01

SPACE PLANNING - EGRESS PLAN

NTS

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PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

NTS

NTS

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DESIGN PROCESS SKETCH

PROJECT 01

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Space Sketches 1 Reception Area 2 Cocktail Lounge 3 Lobby Seating

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4 2nd Floor Open Seating Area 5 Guest Room

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LEVEL 1 - FURNITURE PLAN

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MARBLE FLOOR

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AREA CARPET

MARBLE FLOOR

ACOUSTIC CARPET FLOOR

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CHEVRON PORCELAIN TILE

CARPET TILE FLOOR

OUTDOOR STONE TILE FLOOR

ACOUSTIC CARPET FLOOR


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

01│Level 1 Selected Textile & Furniture

A. Cocktail Lounge B. Lobby Seating C. Reception D. Receptiong Seating E. Luggage Room F. Men’s Restroom G. Women’s Restroom H. Kitchen I. Restaurant J. Menager Office K. Courtyard Outdoor Seating L. Mini Cafe M. Gender Neural Restroom N. Ballroom & Banquet Room O. Storage P. Gift Shop Q. Back of House

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LEVEL 2 - FURNITURE PLAN

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PROJECT 01

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ACOUSTIC

ACOUSTIC

CARPET FLOOR

CARPET FLOOR

CARPET TILE FLOOR

CHEVRON PORCELAIN TILE

MARBLE TILE

PORCELAIN TILE

GYM FLOOR

WOOD FLOOR


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

01│ Level 2 Selected Textile & Furniture

A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. J. K. L. M. N.

Open Seating Area Small Business Center Patio Cafe Gender Neutral Restroom Kitchen Conference Room #1 Conference Room #2 Conference Room #3 Break Room Health Club & Spa Center Women’s Changing Room Men’s Changing Room Resting Area Jacuzzi 25


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PROJECT 01

REFLECTED CEILING PLAN

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

LOBBY AREA The fireplace will bring up the cosiness and relaxation when people first walk in. The Dark marble flooring has good contrast the light wall and fireplace to evoke the relationship between ocean and fog. The glowing translucent acrylic wall and the flowing art fixture of the ceiling are changing people’s perception. The wavy paten is adding texture to the walls to present the way fog moves — cozy furniture with orange and blue color best to address Oakland’s city color.

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RECEPTION AREA The reception and wait area carry the same design element from the lobby. While space is more bright and open, the organic curve opening at the ceiling will allow people to travel up and down use the spiral stairs. The mirror wall behind the reception table reflats lights which changing people’s perception of the space. The translucent mesh creates a blurry effect which mimics the uncleanness in the fog.

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PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

RECEPTION AREA 01│ Selected textile & Furniture 1 Translucent Metal Mesh Ceiling Scripture 2 Translucent Metal Mesh Screen 3 Bronze Wall Trim 4 White Marble Floor

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01│

PROJECT 01

COCKTAIL LOUNGE

The cocktail lounge is adjacent to the hotel’s main entry and lobby. The translucent divider creates a blurry boundary between the lobby and the lounge space. The curved ceiling coved by water ripple pattern stainless steel finishes which softly relate the surrounding environment. The glowing bottle shelves with colorful sliders give the space a fun and dramatic feeling. 34


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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2 5

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01│ Selected Textile & Furniture 1 Ceiling Finish - Water Ripple Stainless Steel Sheet 2 Red Velor Upholstery 3 Leather Seating Upholstery 4 Bar Stool 5 Red Velor Lounge Chair 6 Dark Marble Table 35


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RESTAURANT ELEVATION

The restaurant adjacent to the hotel lobby will be a fine-dining space serves the hotel’s guest and local visitors. The design is to use a mixed texture of solid and translucent creates a contrast that mimics the relation between Oakland past and current. Texture walls with soft and hard metal will create a beautiful contrast with harmony.

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01│ PROJECT 01

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01│ Selected Textile 1 Acrylic Wall 2 Metal Texture Wall

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3 Wave Wall paper 4 Velor Chair Back 1

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02│ Selected Furniture & Lighting Fixture 1 Small Dining table 2 Blue Leather Dining Chair 3 Gubi Multi-lite Pendant 4 Tom Dixon Pendant 5 Soseego Wood Dining Table 36


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

BALLROOM ELEVATION

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The ballroom has so much potential the be a great event room. The design idea will bring in the illuminating walls to be part of the highlight in the room. Cove lighting behind the acrylic walls can be changed with different color themes. Using Acoustical ceiling can use to reduce the sound impact in the ballroom.

01│ Selected Textile Furniture & Lighting Fixture

1 Translucent Acrylic waved Wall 2 Wall Paper 3 Burgundy Ballroom Chair 4 Vertical Wall Scones 5 Armstrong Acoustical Ceiling

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HEALTH CLUB ELEVATION

PROJECT 01

The relaxing area in the health club will focus on bringing in the Biophilic design element to enhance the connecting between outdoor environment to indoor. The planter in the space can increase the indoor air quality while creating a calming environment for the user.

01│ Pendant light with Planter 02│ Modally Fabric Sofa 03│ Wall Material

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PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

Planter 01│

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HOTEL GUEST ROOM 2' - 9"

2' - 8"

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GYP.BOARD +9'-10" A.F.F

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1' - 4"

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GYP.BOARD +8'-10" A.F.F

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3' - 4"

4' - 3"

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4' - 2" 4' - 0"

GYP.BOARD +8'-10" A.F.F

Level 3 GUEST ROOM RCP 1/4" = 1'-0" NTS LEGEND Recessed Down Light Recessed Wallwasher LED Cove Light 4' Track Light

Padent Light A (Note Bottom of fixture mounted 3'-0" from clg)

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Padent Light (Note Bottom of fixture mounted 3'-0" from clg)

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Padent Light (Note Bottom of fixture mounted 3'-0" from clg) Decorated Ceiling Art (Note Bottom of fixture mounted 3'-0" from clg)

6' Linear Fluorescent

Emergency Lights

Custom Surface Mounted Lights

Exit Sign

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Floor Cove Liting

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SINGLE POLE DIMMABLE SWITCH

Exhaust Fan

PROJECT 01

Wall Sconce

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The guest model room has a studio layout with a mini kitchen. Inspired with downtown Oakland’s vibrant art culture, the color theme falls into orange and blue to create a contrast. Brown mirror wall and glass pendant light contrast with soft blue and gray seating upholstery. The guest room will use soft, warm lighting to create a chic and fun relaxing environment for the visitor. FORBO ALLURA LUXURY VINYL TILE 40

FIRECLAY PORCELAIN TILE


PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

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TRANSLUCENT ACRYLIC WALL

3D WAVED WALL PAPER

BROWN ACRYLIC WALL

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FORBO ALLURA LUXURY VINYL TILE

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01│ 01│Selected Furniture & Light Fixture

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1 Bed Side LED Pendant Light

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2 Sannerman Orb Pendant Light 3 Molly Group Sofa 4 SSQ Coffee Table 5 Osen Arm Chair

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02│Selected Textile

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PROJECT

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HOSPITALITY DESIGN

HOTEL GUEST ROOM

The guest model room has a studio layout with a mini kitchen. Inspired with downtown Oakland’s vibrant art culture, the color theme falls into orange and blue to create a contrast. Brown mirror wall and glass pendant light contrast with soft blue and gray seating upholstery. The guest room will use soft, warm lighting to create a chic and fun relaxing environment for the visitor.

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Project / Community Center Design Course / Studio 2 Spring 2019 Instructor / Ryadi Adityavarman Site / Portland, Oregon


Project Challenge : Design a community center based on the research of multiple cultures environment. The project intention is to design a community center that will serve the new refugee

02 Community Center Design │ The Hope

population, relocating from different countries around the world. Create a space that is innovative and cohesive with the latest trends in design which will welcome new immigrants and provide them with social services, education, temporary housing, and community connection as they journey toward self-sufficiency and adjust to life in a new city. Culture factors become an important aspect during the design. We need to put a respectful consideration of the unique aspects of cultural diversity this project while establishing a proper common/universal design decision.

Project Solution : While incorporation sustainable design strategy, the community center incorporates the innovative Biophilic design elements into a healing and encouraging environment that values people health, enables them to feel protected while still at peace. The center will provide users a healing environment to overcome their life challenge in a new country with the help of the center and its employee. The programing of the design will be basic on need of the users as will as providing the foundational space in the center to meet the need in social services and education.

Project Utilized : Revit, Enscape, AutoCad, Photoshop, InDesign

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CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT

04│ Project Constrains :

PROJECT 02

My initial considerations were concerning the future users and their experience as a whole – from leaving their home and relocating to a foreign place. Refugees are probably consumed with all kinds of emotions from fear to insecurity or hope and motivation. When we did our research and discussion on the building users, I thought about the many possibilities as to why they needed to leave their home and what they were possibly looking for or hoping to gain in their new home. These thoughts are what primarily drove my thinking regarding my project’s design aesthetic and what I wanted the elements to represent or illustrate. I also considered the client as far as the purpose of the space and how they equally would like the design to illustrate the heart behind their services. Regarding aesthetics, I thought of the real-life reviews of the building and how it is an eyesore. It really puts the impact of design decisions in perspective so I wanted to make sure that space blends well with its surroundings so that it can be embraced and received in a positive manner because I feel that this will also affect how the users of the space are received 46

04│ Mood Board Nature has incredible healing powers. When stepping into a natural landscape, our bodies transition to peaceful state of mind. We let go of our worries and are able to appreciate the present moment. Forest bathing is defined as taking in the atmosphere of the forest in order to heal the body and mind. Immersing oneself in a natural green environment not only has mental benefits but also has been shown to heal the body physically.


PROJECT

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

Concept Statement Inspiring by incredible healing powers from mother nature. The design speaks to the user’s triumphant journey from lost dignity to redefine their life. Dignity is defined as a sense of pride in oneself, a sense of self-respect. It flows from the nature of the human being, and being an extension of our understanding of the positive values we all possess. Dignity gives dignity, it does not grow by putting down others but rather grows when one recognizes the dignity, the inherent worth of others. As it comes from the nature of our humanity, it is the birthright of every human being. Design elements of organic patterns depict the delicate structure of the organism while Biophilic elements of raw textures and foliage reflect the creature’s habitat. This aligns with the concept that illustrates a newfound sense of freedom, opportunity, and well-being for the user; encouraging their ability to fulfill their highest hopes and dreams. 47


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CONCEPT SKETCHES

01 │ Beginning Concept 1 Organic forms from nature

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PROJECT 02

2 Public area relax seating is inspired from primitive hut and bird’s nest. These semi-private seating will welcome visitor to enjoy their stay as a individual or group.

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02│ Cafe & Open Seating Because of many culture group of people are comfortable knee down or a seat on the floor, design a free platform seating close to the ground instead of using formal chairs is more welcoming. The green floor and hanging plants are evoking the Biophilic design to bring the outdoor landscape indoor to create a relaxing environment for healing and nursing people.

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PROJECT

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Kid’s rock climbing area near by entrance on a green floor with kid’s and adult seating.

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

Reception Area

2 1 1st Floor Schemetic Floor Plan

03 │ Level 1 Concept

1 Level 1 Area concept floor plan 2 Reception Area Concept 3 Lobby Open Seating Concept

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SITE ANALYSIS

01 │ Site Information Student: Hebe Chen

Site Location :

NE 60th Ave and Holladay Street

Site Location :

Portland, Oregon

Site Size:

8,750 sq ft

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PROJECT 02

Neighborhood: Rose City Park Zoning:

EG2

Building Type:

Type-V

Winter Wind

SITE

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Summer Wind

Key Consideration:

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Addressing safety for pedestrian site access; crossing NE 60th Ave With the railroad right of way and the freeway backing up to this side of the building noise concerns Balancing quality views with quality of light coming in from east and west Utilizing environmental friendly practices during construction important value for this region

NOTE:

Normandale Park (Large Park) Houses Industrial Park / Automotive shop Freeway I-84 /Free 30 Transpotaion Sun Path Main Traffic Path Secondary Traffic Path

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Facing secondary traffic , houses view / Low noise level / Less natural lights Facing main traffic , Industrial Park area, and nearby freeway view / High noise level / More natural lights Recomanded the main entrance facing north.


PROJECT

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

PROGRAMS AND DIAGRAMS

02│ 01│ Project Programs

Level 1 -

Lobby / Reception Cafe Kid’s Play Area Community Room Meditation Room Men and Women ADA Restroom

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Level -

Services Office Computer Lab 3 classes Class rooms Men and Women ADA Restroom

02 │ Block Diagrams 1 Level 1 Block diagram 2 Level 2 Block diagram

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3D MODEL AND ELEVATION PLAN

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Office Reception & Computer Lab

PROJECT 02

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Automatic sky window allow hot air escape from the building helps to cool down the building in summer while improving the indoor air quality

1 Patio / Outdoor Seating

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Lobby Reception

Service Office

Family Activity Area


PROJECT

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

Sky dome window on top of the opened floor area to bring in natural daylight in the building for the living plants. Class Room

Atrium & Computer Lab

2 Community Room

Cafe Opened Seating Area

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LEVEL 1 - FURNITURE PLAN

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01 │ Community Center 1st Floor Plan PROJECT 02

A. Lobby Reception B. Lobby Wait Area C. Kid’s Play Area D. Cafe Bar E. Cafe Seating F. Opened free Seating G. Small Group Seating H. Cafe Manager’s Office I. Community Room J. Meditation room K. Window Side Soft Seating L. Elevator M. Mechanical Room N. Janitor’s Closet O. Storage P. ADA Women’s Restroom Q. ADA Men’s Restroom R. Residential Units for Refugees

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

LEVEL 2 - FURNITURE PLAN

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02 │ Community Center 2n Floor Plan A. Office Reception & Wait Area B. Open Work Space C. Manager’s Office D. Class Room # 1 With Stairs Seating E. Women’s Restroom F. Men’s Restroom G. Janitor’s Closet H. Storage I. Computer Lab J. Resting Space K. Classroom #2 L. Classroom #3

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PROJECT

LOBBY SEATING AREA

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

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Natural daylights through windows with an open floor plan and Biophilic design to create a healing envi-

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ronment which allows audience to reconnect with the outdoor nature.

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01 │ Textile & Furniture 1 BAUX Wall Panels 2 Porcelain Floor 3 HBF Upholstery Textiles - Woven lime 4 HBF Uphostery Textiles - Crossing the Line 5 Sancal Pion Stool / Table 6 Sossego Wood Bech seating 7 Designer Art Pendant Light

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COMMUNITY ROOM The semi-private community room is located at the south-east corner of the building. The curved shape walls allow nature daylight travels to the main lobby while remains some visual contact with the surrounding space.

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

CAFE OPENED SEATING AREA The opened seating area at the lobby is multi-functional. It is a comfortable seating area which good for an individual or a small group of people. The free floor space can also use for music or dance performance.

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2018 - 2020

PROJECT 02

2ND FLOOR -ATRIUM & COMPUTER LAB

The opening on the 2nd floor covered with living plants under a dome shape sky window. A large classroom is set adjacent to the opening with a large open window looking to the greens and computer lab. The opening increase natural lights and air circulation into the building which benefits for energy-saving and indoor air qualities.

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01 │ Selected Furnitures - Computer Lab

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COMMUNITY CENTER DESIGN

2ND FLOOR -OFFICE RECEPTION

01│ Selected Furnitures for Reception 01│ Inspired by the growing power of the green plants in nature, the curves wood panels at the service office reception area are the metaphor of how nature support and healing humans naturally.

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Project / Medical Office Design Course / Studio 1 Fall 2018

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Instructor / Archana Myer Site Location / Winthrop,AK

Winthrop Care │ Medical Office Design

Project Challenge : The design challenge is giving a fresh look of a small medical office in downtown Winthrop while keeping its a historical feature of the building. The design process will help the client determine her need to avoid glare in the main office while providing privacy for the patient.

Project Solution : Winthrop Care is an accessible and comfortable setting designed to welcome patients into a safe place of healing. The Biophilic design feature will provide a sense of healing while celebrating the beauty of the historical building.

Project Utilized : Revit, Enscape, AutoCad, Photoshop, InDesign

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2018 - 2019

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT 01│

Concept Statement: PROJECT 03

Winthrop Care is a warm and caring medical office. Patients in the Winthrop Care will experience the same medical services as the other big cities. The overall design is to create an environment to encourages strength, provides comfort, and celebrates the natural beauty of the colonial revival legacy. Inspired by the beauty of the eternal legacy building and the surrounding natural environment of the town, this cutting-edge medical office, responsible for its environment incorporates finishes and fixtures to promote both environmental and occupant health. The holistic design provides the patient, staff, and family an updates experience and exceptional care on the journey to restoration.

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Project Program: Spaces Include: - 4 Exam Rooms - 2 Consultation Office - Nurse’s Station - Break Room

- Storage Room - Reception / Business Office - Waiting Area - Kid’s Playground - 2 ADA Restrooms


PROJECT

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MEDICAL OFFICE DESIGN

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01│Concept Mind Map

02│Bubbles & Block Diagrams

1 Bubble Diagram 2 Block Diagram 02│Schematic Design Options

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2018 - 2019

FURNITURE PLAN & 3D MODEL

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B. Exam Room-1 C. Exam Room-2 D. Exam Room-3 E. Exam Room-4 F. Nurse’s Station G. Kid’s Play Area H. Waiting Area I. Reception / Business office / Workroom J. Storage Room K. ADA Restroom L. ADA Restroom M. Consultation Office N. Consultation Office

01│Medical Office Floor Plan 02│Revit 3D Model


PROJECT

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MEDICAL OFFICE DESIGN

ELEVATIONS

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RECEPTION AND CHECK IN AREA

2018 - 2019

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PROJECT 03

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PROJECT

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MEDICAL OFFICE DESIGN

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PROJECT 03

WAIT AREA AND CORRIDOR

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2018 - 2019


PROJECT

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MEDICAL OFFICE DESIGN

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04│ 01│Rendering - Wait Area & Corridoor 02│Rendering - Nurse station & Wait Area The glass wall between the wait area and nurse station will allow the nurse to have visual contact in the wair area. It is also benefit for natural lighting sharing between spaces. 03│Rendering - Children’s Play Corner 04│Selected Furniture & Lighting Fixture 71


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OFFICE AND EXAMPLE ROOM

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01│Rendering - Consulting

PROJECT 03

02│Rendering - Exam Room 03│Rendering - Exam Room

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2018 - 2019


PROJECT

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MEDICAL OFFICE DESIGN

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MINI CAFE 3D DESIGN MODELING

PROJECT 04

This 3D modeling project is about building an existing cafe in 3ds Max. The project goal is to create a 3D model to reflas the material in use and lighting effect.

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2018 - 2019


PROJECT

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SMALL PROJECTS

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2018 - 2019

LONE OAK SPA ROOM DESIGN a.

PROJECT 04

The black and white of the tile gives the space a very dramatic look in great contrast. The black metal trim on the shower door and winder will enhance the volume in the space. Traditional Moroccan pattern tile floor will give the space a strong character. Brass faucets will enhance the luxury feel of the entire space.

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[a]. 4” x 8” Deep Bevel Marble Tile

[c]. 8” x 8” Moroccan pattern ceramic tile

[b]. 13” x 13” Onix Hexagon Gun Metal Glass Mosaic

[d]. 2”x 8” White Marble Tile

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2018 - 2019

LONE OAK SPA ROOM DESIGN

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The Coast Cafe and Bakery is one of the trendy American restaurants with health food concept located in the beautiful bay area. Surrounding by the fun and classy San Francisco culture, this restaurant will become a hub of the residents and visitors. The logo which embraces with simple line and dots will simples present the idea of people interact like a line crossing each other.

PROJECT 04

The color palette selection is inspired by the color of the city, San Francisco. The beautiful picture of the Golden Gate Bridge and surrounding nature appears in brown, orange, cream, light and dark green under the warm California sunshine. The primary color, dark green, will have a great calming and relaxing color for space. The light color flooring will have a good contrast with the dark green walls and cabinet. Natural wood color will appear golden brown in the space to be transition color between the light and dark. Green and orange color from upholstery and textile will create some interesting sparkles for space. Flooring and wall material will be selected to match the theme color palette. The Coast Cafe & Bakery will be a friendly casual American bakery to represent the west coast culture.

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Furniture Plan

Cafe Table 6

• Manufacture: Shelby Williams 1

Natural Wood Counter

2 Chevron Porcelian Tile

• Model: B53 series Cafe

Dining Table 7

• Manufacture: Sossego • Model: Amsterdam Dining Table

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Earth Anatomy Marble

• Dimension: 39.4” W x 86.6” D

Flooring Transition

Dining Chiar 8

• Manufacture: Sossego • Model: Duda Dining Chiar

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Advance Tabco Stainless

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Forbo Allura LVT wood Floor

• Dimension: 19.6” W x 20.8” D x 26.8” H


PROJECT

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Dining Area View

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Bar Area View

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Atlantic Wave 0473

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Sossego Marcia Bar Stool

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Wall and Ceiling Paint: AMF Safecoast Pearl , Zero

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Dining Chiar Upholstery Manufacture: HBF Textiles Model: Aviator Color: 712-36 Wingapan

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RH Hemisphere Pendant Light

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Reclaimed wood Wall

Atlantic Wave 0473

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West Coast industry

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Wall and Ceiling Paint: AMF Safecoast Pearl , Zero

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• Booth Seating Upholstery • Manufacture: HBF Textiles • Model: Pepper Blend • Color: 995-63 Green

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Bar Stool Chiar Upholstery Manufacture: HBF Textiles Model: Argly Blend Color: 978-36 Raw Slenna

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Cardinal Acoustics Ceiling

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THANK YOU, - HEBE CHEN


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