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PORTFOLIO JULIA S. DENG


ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY COURSE: Portfolio INSTRUCTOR: Chamindri Wijemanne DESIGNER CONTACT: Julia S. Deng P 415 806 1548 julia_siting@hotmail,com PHOTOGRAPHY: Julia S. Deng, William Zhang FONTS: Sakkal Majalla Regular/ Bold SOFTWARE: Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, 3Dmax, Revit, CAD BOOK BINDERY: Taurus PRINTER: MOO, Artifact Uprising PAPER STOCK: --- / --Book Coth: Text Stock: Moab Lasal Photo Matte 235 COPYRIGHT Š JULIA S. DENG 2015 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or any other information storage or retrieval system, without express permission from Julia S. Deng the designer.


PERSONAL PROFILE Julia’s extensive travels around Europe and Asia during her life, together with her international background and passion for Architecture, Antiques, and intense attention to detail, has been influential and is reflected in her designs. Whether the style is traditional or contemporary, she has a unique strength in creating design with a modern, minimalist feel infused with Asian and European aesthetics, yet somehow purely American. She brings a sense of simplicity to the complex nature of the design process. Julia believes strongly that to be a good interior architecture and designer, one must be experienced and knowledgeable in materials, construction, and the whole process of building. It is this knowledge base that leads to quality made interiors and structures that are intelligently - responsive and seamlessly work together.


“The mind is like an umbrella - it functions best when open.�

Walter Gropius


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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN “Dejavo”


SUSTAINABLE DESIGN/ SENIOR CENTER DESIGN "VOLCANIC ASH RIVER" DESIGN BY JULIA S. DENG 2015. MAY


“VOLCANIC ASH RIVER“ SUSTAINABLE SENIOR CENTOR DESIGN DESIGN BIKE LANES NEAR SITE

LOCATION: 1201 Broadway Avenue Millbrae, CA 94030 PREVIOUSLY BUILDING: MARYMOUNT GREENHILLS RETIREMENT CENTER SURROUNDING DENSITY AND DIVERSE USES: Option 2. Diverse uses

SITE

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USE TYPES: Supermarket Pharmacy Bank /ATM Gym Restaurant, café, diner Adult or senior care Education facility 3RVWRƳFH Public library Public park Church Hotel ACCESS TO QUALITY TRANSIT: 43 San Bruno BART El Camino/Burlingame Palo Alto Transit CenteR

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SUSTAINABLE SENIOR CENTOR DESIGN DESIGN “VOLCANIC ASH RIVER“ CCRCS OFFER AN ASSERTIVE APPROACH TO THE ADULT AGING PROCESS. THEY G CITIZENS AND THEIR FAMILIES A LEVEL OF COMFORT AND RELIEVE THE STRES GIVING. STUDIES ARE CONTINUOUSLY BEEN DONE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY IN CCRCS, WHICH ENSURES THAT THE BENEFICIARIES RECEIVE THE BEST SERVIC RIGHT ENVIRONMENT. ALL THE SETTING OF THE CARE FACILITY MUST HAVE VAR ITS THAT MAKE ITS RESIDENTS SAFE AND COMFORTABLE. THESE MERITS INCLUD OPERATION, CONSTRUCTION AND SAFETY BENCHMARKS THAT MUST BE ADH THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT IS AN IMPORTANT COMPONENT OF THE LIFE DENTS WITH ALZHEIMER AND OTHER TYPES OF DEMENTIA. THE INTERIOR FEA THE CCRC SHOULD SUPPORT VARIOUS FUNCTIONS OF ALZHEIMER PATIENTS TO HELP THEM ACCOMMODATE THEIR BEHAVIORAL CHANGES AND ENCOURA INDEPENDENCE. WHEN DESIGNING INTERIOR FEATURES FOR A CENTER HOU MENTIA PATIENTS, ONE SHOULD COMBINE FEATURES THAT CREATE A HOM MOSPHERE. THIS HELPS TO DEVELOP A PRACTICAL APPROACH WITH LIFE THAT ES THE PATIENT’S PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL ABILITIES. ADDITIONALLY, ALL FEATURES MUST INTEGRATE SECURITY, SUSTAINABILITY, WAY FINDING AND

CONCEPT STATEMENT

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THE INTERIOR OF THE COMPLEX WILL FOLLOW COLOR, PATTERN AND RHYTHM OF A VOLCANIC ASH RIVER. CONTRASTING COLORS ENHANCED BY LIGHTING ELEMENTS USED ON WALLS AND CEILING, WHEREAS SPACE SEPARATION WILL HAVE 3D VISUALIZATION OF THE RHYTHM OF THE RIVER TO GIVE TO IT AN AURA OF EVOLUTION OR CONSTANT RE-BIRTH. THE OVERALL MEANING OF THIS THEME WILL BE THE TRANSITION OF SPACE FROM GLUM TO BRIGHTER; A PROCESS OF EVOLUTION AND GROWTH, IT ALSO REFLACT HOW ALL THE WAY THROUGH THE EXPERIENCE IS RICH AND SPLENDID TIME IN LIFE.

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“VOLCANIC ASH RIVER“

SQ.FT. NEEDED PUBLIC FUNCTION

TRASH

OFFIC

OFFICE

PAINTING

Community space

600

LAUNDRY E OFFICE GARDEN

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GARDEN

Entry Lobby

900 1100

SITTING KITCHEN

300

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PSY

DINNING

PHA & MEDI

LIBRARY

E & X ROOM

Dinning Areas Kitchen

475

Coffee

650

Library Reading Room

400

Exercise Room

500

Private Function

80

Mail Room

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Janitorial Closet

300

Green Roof Garden

CAFE

STAFF FUNCTIONS

LAUNDRY

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ACTIVE

150

Staff workstations

150

Activity Director’s Office

120

Housekeeping

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Telecom Closet

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HEALTH CENTER T AC

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RECEPTION WAITING

IN 11

IN 1

A 14

IN 2

IN 7 A1

A 13

IN 3

IN 8 A 12

A2 A3

A 11

IN 4 IN 9

A4

250

Waiting Area

100

6 Medical Exam Rooms

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Pharmacy

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Medical Supply Storage

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Psychiatric Care Office

250

X - Ray Lab

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Janitorial Closet

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Two Single Occupancy Restrooms

150

Two Private Offices

500

12 Independent Living Units

400

14 Assisted Living Units

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IN 5

RESIDENTIAL AREA

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A5 IN 10 IN 6

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A6

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adjacent nearby

Trash Room/s

not adjacent

Laundry Room/s

not related

GENERAL CIRCULATION

VERTICAL CIRCULATION

BUBBLE DIAGRAM ADJACENCY MATRIX CIRCULATIONS


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PROGRAMMING: PUBLIC FUNCTIONS

A 300

18470 SF 62

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RECEPTION SEATING AREA ACTIVITY ROOM DINING AREAS KITCHEN COFFEE SHOP LIBRARY READING ROOM

EXERCISE ROOM/ GYM/ YOGA

PRIVATE FUNCTION ROOM/ WINE CELLA

MAIL ROOM JANITORIAL CLOSET MOVIES THEATHER HAND CRAFT CLUB SALON

STAFF FUNCTIONS SAFF WORKSTATIONS

ACTIVITY DIRECTOR’S OFFICE HOUSEKEEPING - LAUNDR

TELECOM CLOSET

HEALTH CENTER WAITING AREA MEDICAL EXAM ROOM PHARMACY MEDICAL SUPPLY STORAGE X - RAY LAB

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LIBRARY ASSISTED LIVING UNITS


SUSTAINABLE SENIOR CENTOR DESIGN DESIGN

UNITE HALWAY ELEVATION

DISCOVER THE BEAUTY AND STRENGTH OF RECYCLED GLASS DURABLE SURFACES . I CE STONE ’ S VERSATILE PALETTE IN CLUDES VIBRANT JEWEL TONES , CRISP NEUTRALS , AND IRRIDES CENT AGGREGATES .

REDUCE YOUR ELECTRICITY BILLS , I T IS A RENEWABLE EN ERGY SOURCE E NVIRONMENT FRIENDLY , NO COST TO SUPPLY ENERGY INFINITELY . HEATING WATERCENT AGGRGATES .

FSC® CERTIFIED BAMBOO FLOORING BAMBOO IS FAST GROWING PRODUCTS THAT CAN BE SUSTAINABLY HARVESTED WITH LITTLE ENVIRONMENTAL DAMAGE . PRODUCES MORE OXYGEN AND ABSORBS MORE CARBON DIOXIDE

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DURABLE NATURE AND VERSATILE APPLICATIONS , EX TREMELY ENERGY INTENSIVE TO MAKE AND TRANSPORT , AND PRODUCES A SIGNIFICANT AMOUNT OF THE WORLD ’ S GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS .

RECYCLE GLASS

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“VOLCANIC ASH RIVER“ SUSTAINABLE SENIOR CENTOR DESIGN DESIGN NATURAL LIGHTING NATURAL VENTILATION RAINWATER CONNECTION ENERGY SAVING

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LOW - E WINDOWS

RAIN WATER

ROOF GARDEN

SOLAR PANELS

SUMMER : REFLECTS UVRAY FROM THE SUN TO KEEP YOUR HOME COOL. WINTER: KEEPS YOUR HOME AT A COMFORTABLE LEVEL, STAYS WARM.

RAIN WATER HARVESTING SYSTEM . COLLECT WATER FOR TOILET FLASHING, AND GREEN ROOD.

REDUCE HEAT ISLAND. ISOLATED, SAVE ENERGY, IMPROVE AIR QUALITY, PROVIIDE HABITAT, ANS TORM WATER PLAN.

SAVE ENERGY FOR LATER USE. USING FOR INNTERIOR LIGHTING, AND HEATING


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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN “DEJAVU”

“AT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, WE BELIEVE IN THE POWER OF SCIENCE, EXPLORATION AND STORYTELLING TO CHANGE THEWORLD.”

National Geographic is a society that started in 1888 in Washington DC. It was first created during a time when people from Europe and America were curious to know the stories about other cultures and the adventures that were taken. The spread of knowledge and learning are one of the fundamental goals this society wants to bring to the life of an ordinary person. As a nonprofit organization, National Geographic is dedicated to exploring our planet, protecting wildlife and habitats, and helping assure that students in K-12 are geographically literate. They award grants to explorers, who go out into the world to gather knowledge that will be shared to 700 million people a month through its media platforms, products, events, and experiences. Each year, this society funds more than 300 research, conservation, and exploration projects around the globe. There are four categories in which National Geographic focuses on, which are, Our Human Story, Critical Species, Our Living Planet, and New Frontiers. Within each category, they explore, reveal, understand, and search for new information and knowledge that is invaluable to our species and planet as a whole. In the end, National Geographic believes in the power of science, exploration, education, and storytelling to change the world.

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Corporate Staff The corporate office will cater to the staff members that are involved in running the administrative, editorial, design/ production, and marketing aspect of National Geographic. They are one of the most important user groups due to the fact that they create the materials that make National Geographic. Offices, reception area, conference rooms, and studios are necessary. The total square footage should be at least 5,300 sq.ft.

Hospitality Staff and Public Since the Hospitality staff will be dealing with the public it is clear that they should be together. This user group will occupy the highest square footage of approx. 8,000sq ft. The reason is due to the fact that National Geographic’s most important believe is educating the public and should be a learning experience. There should be a retail space, an exhibition room, a café, and a multipurpose room that can host events, classes, and speakers. The public and staff areas should be separated to prevent the public from entering designated areas e.i. the kitchen of the Cafe component.

Maintenance Staff

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This user group will be the smallest but they will be who maintain and keep safe the building. They only need to occupy around 3,700 sq.ft of the building. It is important to make sure that we keep the building support rooms in a subtle yet convenient places for theses staff in order to keep the building operable.

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USER GROUP

There are four user groups that will occupy this building; corporate staff, hospitality staff, maintenance staff, and the public. National Geographic supports sustainability and suggest that all spaces are user friendly and contribute to the mental and physical health of all users.

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NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AND EDUCATION

THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC STORE

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The National Geographic Store is largely based online but does have a physical retail space within the company’s headquarters. Purchases from the store help to support projects around the world focused on exploration, conservation, education, and cultural preservation. The online store offers books, magazines and DVDs of their own as well as other relating and recommended materials. They also sell clothing, jewelry, home and garden items, maps, travel gear and accessories and kids products like toys and games.

Through its magazines, newsletters, website, films, blogs and television programs, National Geographic aims to educated the public on a range of topics on a global scale. Covering a variety of aspects of nature, culture, and science it has become one of the most respected publications of its kind. With the introduction of web platforms to its existing publishing structure, the NatGeo brand has continued to grow and proliferate it’s mission to spread knowledge to the world about the world. At its headquarters it hosts a wide range of public programs, including exhibits, speaker series, films, and special events as a way to share with the public and interact with the community and its members.


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To create a facility to house the National Geographic headquarters, several different uses and requirements unique to the company’s operations will need to be addressed. The project site will firstly function as a corporate hub of National Geographic and its various branches in publications, education, philanthropy and product development. This will include corporate offices and the supporting facilities such as meeting centers and cafeteria. Secondly the site will function as a public space where visitors can participate in various special events and educational programs including museum style exhibitions, lectures, speaker series, and films. In addition to these features is the potential for a restaurant or cafe to accommodate visitors that would be separate from that of the corporate staff. The third core component of the site will be the retail space where National Geographic products, publications, and media will be sold in alongside other relevant brands. As retail sales made by National Geographic help to support global projects of which they advocate, it is important that the retail space functions as effectively as possible. An overall project goal and requirement is sustainability and green building practices. National Geographic has made this a priority in its existing corporate locations and the new site will aim to maintain the same standards of sustainable designs and systems as well as workplace culture.

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PROJECT PURPOSES

PRIORITIZING A GREEN WORKPLACE

Recycling and composting are a priority, functioning to keep 70% of the waste from the company’s HQ out of landfills by using compostable dining containers and restroom paper towels, and offering programs for the recycling of batteries, electronics, packing materials, printing waste, metals and office supplies. Lighting control has contributed to better sustainability in the facilities as well with strategies including the adjustment in shut off times for garage lighting, installation of motion sensors, transition to LED and T-8 high efficiency CFLs with increased CRI- which alone created a 50% reduction in electrical usage from lighting. Water is conserved with the use of low flow taps and toilets, the use of native landscape plantings with a sprinkler system that can detect rain, and the switch to a newer more efficient filtration system. Printing and paper use is kept to a minimum. Digital viewing is encouraged to conserve paper and all office print waste is recycled.

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Building Information: Height of building: Basement - Level 1 : 10’-8” Level 1 – Level 2 : 14’-2” Level 2 – Roof : 12’-11” Roof – Parapet : 4’-7” The main entrance of the building is located on South of Owen Street. The fair escape doors is located on JULIA S. DENG

North of the building. For the requirements it should have Two exit routes. At least two exit routes must be available in a workplace to permit prompt

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evacuation of employees and other building occupants during an emergency, except as allowed in paragraph (b) (3) of this section. The exit routes must be located as far away as practical from each other so that if one exit route is blocked by fire or smoke, employees

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can evacuate using the second exit route.


“DEJAVU” • STEEL BEAM STRUCTURE • RED TILE ROOFING • LIGHT STEEL ROOF TRUSS • NO SPRINKLERS • 2 FLOORS • BASEMENT

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BUILDING INFORMATION:

SOUTHEAST CORNER OF BUILDING 34, ADP COMMUNICATIONS CENTER BUILT IN 1968, AND NONCONTRIBUTING NHLD RESOURCE. A D D R E S S : 3 4 G R A H A M S T, S A N FRANCISCO, CA 94129 BUILDING 34 - CONSTRUCTED IN 1968 - UNOCCUPIED TWO-STORY - CONRETE AND MASONRY UNIT BUILDING - FULL SUB-GRADE BASEMENT - APPROX 30,000 SQ FT - MEASURES 211 FT BY 50 FT - LOW QUALITY CONSTRUCTION - TRUST’S HEADQUARTERS UNTIL 2012 - DOES NOT CONTRIBUTE TO THE PRESIDIO NHLD - BUILDING 34 DOES NOT CONFORM TO CURRENT STRUCTURAL CODES AND

STANDARDS. - INCOMPATIBLE WITH SURROUNDING

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EARLIER BUILDINGS.

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MUSEUM FIELD TRIP “DEJAVU”

CONTEMPORARY JEWISH MUSEUM

LOCATION 736 MISSION ST, SAN FRANCISCO PROJECT TYPE MUSEUM ARCHITECTS DANIEL LIBESKIND PROJECT YEAR 2008

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THE MUSEUM IS LOCATED AT 736 MISSION STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, U.S.A. IT WAS ESTABLISHED FOR THE PURPOSE OF OFFERING CLASSES, WORKSHOPS, PUBLIC TOURS, LECTURES, FILM SCREENING, SCHOOL VISITS, TEACHER TRAINING, FAMILY TOURS, TEEN INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS, GALLERY TALKS, AND PERFORMANCES. THE MUSEUM IS USED BY STUDENTS IN INTERNSHIP, FAMILIES, TEACHERS, TELEVISION PROGRAM PRODUCERS, FILMING AND PERFORMANCE ARTS STUDENTS AND TEACHERS.


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ING “APPEAR TO CHANGE COLOUR DEPENDING ON THE TIME OF DAY, THE WEATHER, AND THE VIEWER’S POSITION, CREATING A DYNAMIC, “LIVING”

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AS YOU CAN SEE ON THE PICTURES, THE BUILD-

SURFACETHE MAJOR ADVANTAGES OF THE SPACE PLANNING ARE THE EXCELLENT LIGHTING ENABLED BY THE 36 WINDOWS (ART DAILY). IT ALSO PROVIDES CONTINUITY OF SPACE FOR CONVENIENCE DURING SCHOOL TOURS. THE WINDOWS ALSO PROVIDE EXTRA SPACE FOR EXHIBITION.

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THE DISADVANTAGE IS THE ANGLE WALLS, I COULD USE THE ANGLE TO CREATE A BUILT IN SITTING AREA. THE SPACE IS TOO BRIGHT AND TOO COOL. TO IMPROVE IT, THE DIAMOND-SHAPED WINDOWS COULD CHANGE TO WARMER COLOR GLASS, TO BRING IN THE NATURAL LIGHT WITH WARM COLOR SCHEME IN TO THE SPACES. THE OTHER IMPROVEMENT SHOULD BE THE CONFUSION WITH THE MAIN ENTRY AND THE RETAIL ENTRY, SINCE THE SECOND EN-

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TRY IS A IMPRESSIVE MODERN BUILDING WITH SHAPE ANGELS, IT ATTRACT PEOPLE TO USE THE RETAIL ENTRANCE AS A MAIN ENTRY, IT MAKES THE MAIN ENTRY UNUSEFUL.


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BRAINSTORMING IDEAS FROM MOVIES/ARCHITECTURE: 2001 A SPACE ODYSSEY GRAVITY INCEPTION MEMENTO MORI BAUHAUS

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUARTER BUILDING WITH “DEJAVU” BEING THE MAIN CONCEPT. T H E THEME OF THIS BUILDING INTERIOR DESIGN SHOULD BE AIMED AT REMINDING PEOPLE HOW THE WORLD USED TO BE BEFORE BEING POLLUTED BY HUMAN ACTIVITIES. THE DESIGN SHOULD ALSO SHOW PEOPLE THE CURRENT WORLD AND THE MEASURES THAT CAN BE TAKEN TO ENSURE THAT THE WORLD GOES BACK TO THE WAY IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE.


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DESIGN PRINCIPLE WOULD BE: REFLECTION TO THE SPACE

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PSYCHEDELIC DISTORTION GEOMETRIC REPEATED PATTERN MYSTERY

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ACCOUNTING

REGIONAL MANAGER

MARKETING DIRECTOR

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AND PRODUCTION

MARKETING / DESIGN

KITCHEN / SUPPLIES

OFFICE MANAMGER

CONTROLLER

M / L CONFERENCE

RESTROOM

ART DIRECTOR

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RETAIL

RECEIPTION

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ARCHIVE

CAFE

KITCHEN

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EGRESS DIAGRAM NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN

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CONTROLLER

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HAND SKETCHES


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ITEM NAME-NUMBER

EXECUTIVE DESK

ITEM DESCRIPTION OFFICE TABLE ITEM FINISH AND COLOR

GLASS, WOOD

DIMENSIONS

L:210 D:100 H:74.5CM PRICE

QUANITY

12

LEAD TIME

-/-/-

JULIA S. DENG

$--/--

LOCATION ORDER ONLINE FREZZA REPRESENTATIVE

NAME-

PHONE-

EMAILDESIGNER CLAUDIO BELLINI

415 - 806 - 1548

MANUFACTURER

53


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN “DEJAVU” COMPANY

J.S.D DESIGN STUDIO

601 BRANNAN ST. SAN FRANCISC, CA 94158 415-555-555 ISSUED BY JULIA DENG ISSUED DATE

05/15/2016

CLIENT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

34 GRAHAM ST. SF . CA PROJECT NUMBER

0000-0000

ITEM NAME-NUMBER

STRING LIGHTS ITEM DESCRIPTION

CEILING PENDANT

ITEM FINISH AND COLOR

BLACK W CANOPY

DIMENSIONS

DIMENSIONS CONE: 7.5”DIA X 6.3”H DIMENSIONS ROUND: 7.5”DIA X 6.3”H CABLE LENGTH: 40’ OR 72’ PRICE

JULIA S. DENG

$ 990.00 QUANITY

5

LEAD TIME

-/-/-

LOCATION ORDER ONLINE

415 - 806 - 1548

MANUFACTURER

FLOS

REPRESENTATIVE NAME-

PHONE-

EMAILDESIGNER MICHAEL ANASTASSIADESV

54


“DEJAVU” NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN COMPANY

J.S.D DESIGN STUDIO

601 BRANNAN ST. SAN FRANCISC, CA 94158 415-555-555

ISSUED BY JULIA DENG ISSUED DATE

05/15/2016

CLIENT NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

34 GRAHAM ST. SF . CA

PROJECT NUMBER

0000-0000

ITEM NAME-NUMBER STELLA LIGHT ITEM DESCRIPTION PENDANT LIGHT ITEM FINISH AND COLOR SILVER

DIMENSIONS

W123CM H76.5CM D78CM PRICE

QUANITY

3

LEAD TIME

-/-/-

JULIA S. DENG

£299.00

LOCATION ORDER ONLINE HABITAT REPRESENTATIVE

NAME-

PHONE-

EMAILDESIGNER

415 - 806 - 1548

MANUFACTURER

NATHALIE DAWEZ

55


NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN

“DEJAVU”

JULIA S. DENG

415 - 806 - 1548

56


175

57

415 - 806 - 1548

FLOOR SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

JULIA S. DENG

6

5

TRIANGLE CEILING SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

2

3

4

CEILING SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

1

WALL SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

MIDDLE PART DISPLAY WALL SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

STAIR SCALE: 3” = 1’ -0”

CURTAIN WALL SCALE: 1’-1/2” = 1’ -0”

STAIR SCALE: 1’-1/2” = 1’ -0”

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC HEADQUATER DESIGN

8

7

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

CLIENT

SERENA ZANELLO

ARCHIBALD WOO

JULIA S. DENG

“DEJAVU”

SHEET NO.

SHEET NO.

22 OF

A 11 - 1

1/2” = 1’-0” DETAILS

SCALE SHEET NAME

PROJECT NO. NO. 01

CHECK BY

DRAWN BY

DESIGNED BY JULIA S. DENG

05. 21. 2016 DATA

34 GRAHAM ST, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94129


THANK YOU ! ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to express my deepest gratitude to all of my family, friends, faculty, and services for challenging and supporting me. FACULUTY Eman Abdul Mumin/ Fadi Alnumaani/ AMMIKA AUNGKULJITKARUNA/ Cecilia Capobianco/ Riley Dean/ Huai Guan/ Cengxiao Huang/ Chi-Ning Liu/ Ebelia Malikasim/ Michelle Miller/ Bo Wu/ Emma Tannehil/ Chi Zhang/ Junwei Zhou/ PORTFOLIANS CHAMINDRI WIJEMANNE FAMILY + FRIENDS Michelle Deng/ LiZhen Liu / Bella Deng/ Jenny Deng/ XianChen Deng/ JuanJuan Mao/ Cengxiao Huang/ HaoLian Zhang/ ZhiLian Liu/ SERVICES California Office Service/ Copymat / Office Depot / Blick Art Materials/ ZhiLian Liu



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