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KEITH TIU DESIGN

ARCH POR TFO LIO KEITH NATHAN VINCENT SO TIU

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER USC SoA Alumnus SELECTED PROJECTS COMPLETED DURING BACHELOR OF ARCH. DEGREE AT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

2018 - 2020 www.keithtiudesign.com


Professional Summary

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KEITH TIU DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 909.992.2914 keithnathanvincent@gmail.com ktiu@usc.edu www.keithtiudesign.com

Recent University of Southern California Bachelor of Architectural Graduate with 1 year worth of internship experience as an Architectural Intern. Work experience has spanned a variety of building types that include large scale residential, commercial, critical facilities and currently, healthcare. Equipped with a strong penchant for collaborative design, establishing workflows from program to program including but not limited to Revit, Lumion and Navisworks. Has experience with three of the four phases of design including: Schematic Design, Design Development and Contsruction Administration. “Though still at the beginning of his career, we have found Keith to be a competent and professional member of the team, whose skills have significantly contributed to the projects he worked on.”

- David Zaballero, Design Director of Arquitectonica Manila

Work Experience: Research Designer for Project Heroe:

Firm: HLW, Santa Monica Office may 2020 - july 2020 [2 months]

Worked with HLW alongside the USC School of Architecture and the USC Keck School of Medicine for 5 weeks to produce an interdisciplinary study that will stem future pandemics such as the current COVID-19 epidemic.

HEALTHCARE

Involved in design conceptualization of a "Ground Zero" built solution that takes into consideration healthcare standards and building code from structural to MEP considerations.

Architectural Intern:

Firm: Corgan, Culver City Office may 2019 - december 2019 [8 months]

Architect Magazine Project Link: https://www.architectmagazine.com/design/is-project-heroe-the-audacious-solutionneeded-to-stem-future-outbreaks_o

Produced and modeled a variety of facade design options during the SD and DD phase of a data center project based in Arizona.

CRITICAL FACILITIES

Established a direct workflow between Navisworks and Revit for possible clash detections in concurrent project. Produced a series of renders to present to Consultants, Owner Representatives and Contractor for concurrent visualization of project. Conducted on-site observation of work during construction as well as produced field reports to monitor compliance with plans and design intent. Reviewed and responded to Submittals and RFI's to administer the realization of a project in the Construction Administration phase.

Firm: Arquitectonica, Manila Office june 2018 - august 2018 [2 months]

Architectural Intern: Designed, documented and prepared presentation drawings for a competition based project in Colombo, Sri Lanka with an estimated 455,365 building foot print.

COMMERCIAL + RESIDENTIAL + RETAIL

Organized and produced urban in-lay production drawings for the Jubail Island Residential Community in UAE, Abu Dhabi Executed and produced development drawings and rendering for the Phase 2 Expansion of Podium alongside its Office development the SM Keppel Tower.

Firm: Robinson’s Land Corp Manila Office december 2013 - march 2014 [4 months]

Architectural Intern:

Rhinoceros 3D 2019

https://manilastandard.net/mobile/article/304133

Prepared drawings sets and layouts for CAD based production for premium high-rise condominiums and luxury shopping malls in Metro Manila.

RESIDENTIAL

Programs:

Project Links: https://www.cladglobal.com/CLADnews/architecture-design/United-Arab-Emirates-lifts-lid-on-400-acre-wellness-megaproject/341492?source=editorspick&=1

Education: University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California [Bachelor of Architecture] august 2015 - may 2020 La Salle Campus Barcelona [Universitat Ramon Llull], Barcelona, Spain [Bachelor of Architecture]


Conducted on-site observation of work during construction as well as produced field reports to monitor compliance with plans and design intent. Reviewed and responded to Submittals and RFI's to administer the realization of a project in the Construction Administration phase.

Firm: Arquitectonica, Manila Office june 2018 - august 2018 [2 months]

Architectural Intern: Designed, documented and prepared presentation drawings for a competition based project in Colombo, Sri Lanka with an estimated 455,365 building foot print.

COMMERCIAL + RESIDENTIAL + RETAIL

Organized and produced urban in-lay production drawings for the Jubail Island Residential Community in UAE, Abu Dhabi Executed and produced development drawings and rendering for the Phase 2 Expansion of Podium alongside its Office development the SM Keppel Tower.

Firm: Robinson’s Land Corp Manila Office december 2013 - march 2014 [4 months]

Architectural Intern:

Project Links: https://www.cladglobal.com/CLADnews/architecture-design/United-Arab-Emirates-lifts-lid-on-400-acre-wellness-megaproject/341492?source=editorspick&=1 https://manilastandard.net/mobile/article/304133

Prepared drawings sets and layouts for CAD based production for premium high-rise condominiums and luxury shopping malls in Metro Manila.

RESIDENTIAL

Education:

Programs: Rhinoceros 3D 2019

University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California [Bachelor of Architecture] august 2015 - may 2020

Revit 2019 [BIM 360]

La Salle Campus Barcelona [Universitat Ramon Llull], Barcelona, Spain [Bachelor of Architecture] september 2018 - december 2018

Enscape AutoCAD 2019

American University of Paris, Paris, France [Bachelor of Arts, General Studies] september 2014 - may 2015

Awards:

GPA: 3.55

University of Southern California School of Architecture Academic Distinction Awardee

Bluebeam Revu 3D Printing Modeling

Graduated with Cum Laude standing under the B.Arch [5 year] Program at the USC School of Architecture University of Southern California Architectural Guild 8th Annual Design Charette [Granted an Honorable Mention for Best Repurposing] Designed and reimagined the 2028 Los Angeles Olympic Village based in the City of Carson

Adobe Creative Suite 2019 V-Ray Renderer [Rhinoceros 3D] Lumion 9.0 Navisworks

University of Southern California Architectural Guild 9th Annual Design Charette [Second Place Winner] Designed and created a resilient prototype for a California hillside Fire Command Post that would also accommodate nature-loving residents outside of fire season.

References: David Zaballero, Director, Arquitectonica Manila Office Contact Details: +63-2-6381267, d.zaballero@arquitectonica.com.hk

David Swartz, Senior Partner, HLW Los Angeles Office Contact Details: 310-586-6717 dswartz@hlw.com


CONTENT

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PROJECTS

01 HLW COVID Research Initiative: Project Héroe pp 5-38

ACADEMIC WORK 01 THIRD STREET pp 39-51 02 MoVi: Modern Viaduct pp 52-57 03 Inglewood GenCen pp 58-69 04 D W E L L || O S pp 70-81

COMPETITION WORK 05 OLYMPIC INCUBATOR pp 82-86 06 FIRST FLOWER: Coexisting with Fire pp 87-91 08 REVIT WORK pp 92-103


HLW: Project Héroe COVID Research Initiative Work Published on Architect Magazine

PROJECT LINK : https://www.architectmagazine.com/design/is-project-heroe-the-audacious-solution-needed-to-stem-future-outbreaks_o In Collaboration with HLW, USC SoA and USC Keck School of Medicine

What if there was an architectural solution that could be implemented to stem future outbreaks such as the current Covid-19 Epidemic? This question is what drove the creation of Project HÉROE. Framed as an interdisciplinary multi-week study, it explored this concept by putting together a team of designers, engineering and technical experts, and medical advisors to find a systemic architecturally based solution to preventing a future pandemic. Rather than looking to mitigate disease spread, the project was designed to go straight to ground zero and solve the issue at the source. This proactive approach moves us from a position of victims living in fear of the next outbreak to one of problem solvers that can decide our own fate. We see this as a chance to provide security to future generations to help ensure that such a catastrophe will never again be repeated.

Context

This project was conceived and structured to address several gaps in physical healthcare infrastructure and the systemic delivery of healthcare in the fight against infectious disease. It was conceived as a proactive solution. The nature of future pandemics isn’t always predictable. However, infectious disease experts have the knowledge to forecast which populations are most vulnerable to certain types of diseases. Believing that pandemics can be controlled by having the best tools available to fight them, we structured this project to deliver not only an architectural solution but also a distribution system for quickly delivering and assembling it wherever and whenever it’s needed.

All work shown is the work product of HLW. Use of such material or documents by future employers or for other business purposes for advertising or promotional use without proper identification of HLW is considered unethical and is unlawful 5


AERIAL PERSPECTIVE

This is Project HĂŠroe 2020 | HLW Design Research Initiative in collab. w/ USC SoA and the USC Keck School of Medicine Published on Architect Magazine https://www.architectmagazine.com/design/is-project-heroe-the-audacious-solution-needed-to-stemfuture-outbreaks_o

At the project’s center is a rapidly deployable, high-tech emergency medical center capable of spanning block-long stretches of city streets. But the study also dives into the challenging logistics: How can such a large-scale system reach a ground zero anywhere in the world within the shortest time frame possible? How can highly programmed space be erected and operational within a week? How can it attract leading health care experts, virologists, and epidemiologists from around the world to work and live there until the outbreak is contained? Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Sketchup Revit Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Lumion 9.0

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GLOBAL NETWORK OF TRAINING AND DISTRIBUTION CENTERS All distribution and training centers would have their own local staff who are responsible for keeping their specific region connected to the overarching network. Project HÉROE is connected to a worldwide monitoring system, which is what enables its instant activation. Because the modules would likely be spending the vast majority of their time in storage, each container is equipped with self-diagnostic capabilities, comparable to how vehicles can notify drivers of most issues as soon as they arise.

TRANSPORTATION STRATEGY

Container Shipping

Truck

Distribution Center

Train

Ground Zero

Training & Distribution Center

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TRANSPORTATION STRATEGY DIAGRAM

Transporting the modules from the distribution centers to a Ground Zero location requires a comprehensive, coordinated strategy. Modules comprising the same building must arrive together so that individual buildings can begin operating before the entire facility is even delivered. Distribution centers are equipped to export everything at a moment’s notice. Multiple forklifts will be kept on site to load modules quickly onto flatbed trucking or rail cars.

Anything that must arrive by ship will be required to be pre-approved by customs to avoid any unnecessary delay or infraction with maritime shipping laws. The ports would have to stay open for a continuous 24 hour period so any necessary preparations must happen beforehand as part of the emergency sequence. Ships will always be set up and ready to deploy in order to circumvent the long amount of time needed to load in cargo.

In much the same way that EMS services are given priority access to streets and roads, Project HÉROE will need to be afforded predetermined precedence above all other services. Roads will need to be cleared and made available for the convoy of vehicles going to the Ground Zero site. Due to the high level emergency nature of the project, all trucking involved with the program will be redirected to prioritize this objective over any other needs. Usually trucks will complete the last leg of rail trips, so it is reserved for times in which trucking the entire way would either take significantly longer or is not feasible. To ensure that construction equipment and trucks are available for deployment, each site will require special evaluation to predetermine availability of local resources.

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TRAINING AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER DIAGRAM

The team identified several sites for distribution centers around the world. It could be in range of any ground zero site within just a handful of days.

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PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT OVERALL BLOCK DISTRIBUTION PERSPECTIVE

The program consists of six divisions: hospital blocks, triage stations, patient wings, staff housing, wellness (amenities and support for staff), and decontamination/storage centers. All six must exist to fully stem outbreaks.

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HOSPITAL BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

HOSPITAL Taking aspects of a traditional hospital and streamlining the functionality allows for a condensed building that can fit within a four lane street. Complete with exam rooms, operating rooms, radiology imaging labs, this hospital provides all of the care that a traditional hospital can provide with the flexibility of modular construction. With the hospital block, the central hub, patient blocks form spokes expanding outwards. Sterile and flexible connection corridors allow for protected connections between the buildings. This allows doctors and nurses to continually monitor patients and bring them quickly to the central hub in case of emergency developments. HOSPITAL BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

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HOSPITAL BLOCK PROGRAMMING

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HOSPITAL BLOCK LOWER FLOOR PLAN

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Lobby Exam Room Elec / Mech Infrastructure Accessible Restroom Storage Command Center IT Service Meeting / Debrief O‹ ce Sta› Restroom Nurse Station Medical Supply Trash Reception

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HOSPITAL BLOCK KIT OF PARTS

Command Center plan, predict & manage the functions of the hospital. ensures patient safety, streamlining bed management and controlling all aspect of the health system

Blood-work Lab documenting, processing and analyzing blood samples

Anesthesia O‹ ce cleaning, testing and storing anesthesia equipment

Radiology documenting, processing and analyzing of medical imaging exams

Nurse Station where nurses & other healthcare stafl work when not working with patients

O‹ ce Type A

O‹ ce Type B

Pharmacy

single person oŁ ce space

two person shared oŁ ce space

monitoring, dispensing and quality testing of the medication stock

Exam Room where patients are examined, can double as medication room

MRI Room conducting MRI exams, including private changing room

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Surgeon’s O‹ ce Patient Recovery Operating Room Patient Prep Trash Pharmacy Sta› Restroom Lounge Meeting / Debrief Conference Room O‹ ce Infrastructure Nurse Station Surgeon’s Gowning / Clean Room Radiology Lab Testing Room Test Technician Room Blood work Lab Accessible Restroom Storage Medical Supply Anesthesia


HOSPITAL BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

LOBBY

OPERATING ROOM

NURSE STATION

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PATIENT ROOM BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

PATIENT ROOM Patient buildings can house up to 70 patients each. The simple repeated floor plans allow for easy construction and systems distribution as well as easy way-finding for nurses and doctors. Two patient rooms and individual restrooms are made using clusters of three modules. Each cluster contains a built in miniature nurse station adjacent to the corridor for continual monitoring. Calming colors are dispersed throughout to promote healing for admitted patients while virtual visitation devices allow for contact with family members to ensure an environment of positivity.

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PATIENT ROOM BLOCK PROGRAMMING

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PATIENT ROOM BLOCK KIT OF PARTS

Laundry contained laundry service for patient clothing and linens

Nurse Station where nurses & other healthcare stafl work when not working with patients

Patient Room housing for patients, with additional nurse station per 2 patients directly outside

Pharmacy monitoring, dispensing and quality testing of the medication stock

Accessible Restroom & Shower ADA accessible shower and restroom

Sta› Lounge rest and relaxation space for the stafl

On-call O‹ ce two person oŁ ce for on-call doctors

PATIENT ROOM BLOCK FLOOR PLANS

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Sta› Pantry Patient Room w Nurse Station Central Nurse Station Clean / Soiled Utility Infrastructure On-Call O‹ ce House Keeping Accessible Restroom/Shower Med Supply Electrical Laundry Layout Space Laundry Security Nourishment / Pharmacy


PATIENT ROOM BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

CORRIDOR

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STAFF HOUSING BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

STAFF HOUSING The Staff Housing block provides a place of refuge and relaxation for the hardworking doctors, nurses, and support workers. High quality finishes and comfortable dwellings allow for a sense of home even in times of crisis. Two types of housing modules make up the majority of the staff building: a single occupant room and a double occupant bunk room, each complete with a fully functional bathroom. Fold-out balconies and fold-up beds provide exible space in the condensed living quarters.

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STAFF HOUSING BLOCK PROGRAMMING

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STAFF HOUSING BLOCK KIT OF PARTS

Fitness Room for light to moderate level exercises

Housing Type A three person housing module

STAFF HOUSING BLOCK FLOOR PLANS

Housing Type B single person housing module

Staff Pantry snacks and quick meal preparation

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Housing Type C two person housing module

Accessible Shower/Restroom ADA accessible shower and restroom space

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Shower Accessible Restroom Laundry Layout Space Laundry Staff Quarters Electrical / Trash Storage Fitness Staff Pantry Outdoor Infrastructure Housekeeping Closet


STAFF HOUSING BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

BED CONFIGURATION

DESK CONFIGURATION

PANTRY

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WELLNESS BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

WELLNESS The Wellness building provides a place for staff which can make life feel normal and enjoyable outside of the stressful working shifts. It serves multiple housing blocks as the primary gathering place for off-duty staff. Luxury amenities and finishes in the cooking, dining, fitness and leisure areas create an atmosphere of care and a feeling of importance which keeps spirits high during the stressful crisis. A rooftop garden caps the building and encourages mental well-being through access to nature.

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WELLNESS BLOCK PROGRAMMING

Reading Area

Board Game

Meeting Room

Exercise

Office & Administration

Connection Unit

Lounge

Reading & Learning Center

Office Area

Game Room

Connection with Other Blocks

Dining

Fitness Unit

Lobby

Stairs

Food Distribution

Locker & Shower

Natural Light Corridor

Elevator

Dining Area

Natural Light Corridor

Fitness Area

Delivery & Storage

Storage Kitchen

Vertical Circulation

Rooftop Garden

Generator

Ground Garden

Water Tank

Dish Wash

Kitchen Set

Delivery Area

Landscape and Greenery

Generator & Water Tank

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Outdoor Dining Serving Station Cold / Frozen Storage Dry Storage Kitchen Dish Drop-o› Dish Washing Dish Service Storage Infrastructure Kitchen Sta› O‹ ce Electrical Room Accessible Restroom Food Cart Storage Receiving- Incoming Delivery- Outgoing Laundry Fitness Room Locker Restroom / Shower Fitness Equipment Storage

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Lounge Contact Tracing Learning Center General Storage Conference Room Trash Infrastructure O‹ ce Accessible Restroom Electrical Room Grab & Go Market Media Lounge Storage Rec Room Outdoor Reflection Room Rooftop Garden Outdoor Lounge IDF Garden Storage Sta› Pantry Breakout Phone Room

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WELLNESS BLOCK KIT OF PARTS

Conference A medium sized conference room

Conference Type B large sized conference room

Contact Tracing Learning Center contact tracer work room, potentially serving as learning space for ongoing development of the crisis.

Dining A indoor & outdoor dining space

Dining B communal dining space

Dish wash Room dish drop off and dish washing area

Fitness Type A for exercises with no or small equipment

Fitness Type B for exercises using light to moderate equipment

Rec Room recreation space with board games and fossball

Grab & Go Market free self - service market for snacks and microwave ready meals.

Kitchen Storage for dry, cold and frozen food storage

Kitchen for preparation of variety of meals for both the staffs and the patients

Laundry central laundry service for staff items with ironing service

Media Lounge for viewing films and presentations

OďŹƒce Type A two person shared office space

OďŹƒce Type B single person office space

Recreation Room recreational space for ping pong & dart games, with outside seating

Vegetable Garden

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WELLNESS BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

RECREATION RM.

COMMERCIAL KITCHEN

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SUPPORT BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

SUPPORT The Support building houses a variety of functions which keep the hospital and other buildings running smoothly. The first floor provides an extensive decontamination area for stafl entering or leaving their shifts. The sterile connections to the hospital block promote a high level of containment and reduce risk of exposure outside the buildings. The second floor contains the IT workroom and server center which provides high speed connectivity to each building and ensures the eĹ cacy of communication in an emergency. Above that, a security center monitors the extents of the campus to stop healthy individuals from entering the infected areas and control shipments of supplies or removal of waste. The building also serves as a central supply facility for the campus. Storage containers with medical equipment, food, janitorial supplies, and more are dispersed throughout the building and can be distributed easily anywhere on the campus.

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SUPPORT BLOCK PROGRAMMING

Storage

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IT Services

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IT Services

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Staff Lounge

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Security Service

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SUPPORT BLOCK KIT OF PARTS

Decon 1 - Hand & Shoe hand-free hand washing and hand drying station. Shoe cleaning station with brush and adhesive walk-off mat

Gowning 1 - Shoe & Air Shower shoe cleaning station with brush, adhesive walk-off mat & Air shower chambers

Decon 2 - Garment changing area for soiled garment to be laundered or disposed

Decon 3 - Air Shower 3 air shower chambers with HEPA filtered air jets to remove loose contaminants

IT Services mission critical room that services as the central data center for the campus

Gowning 2 - Garment & Booties

Security central security control and monitoring room for the campus

Sta Lounge rest and relaxation space for the staff

area for changing out of street clothing & donning personal protective equipment & shoe covers

SUPPORT BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

AIR SHOWERS

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Restroom & OďŹƒce accessible restroom and two person inventory control officer office


TRIAGE BLOCK PERSPECTIVE

TRIAGE When the possibility of a pandemic arises, the most effective form of containment is through mass testing. The ability to trace infection before it can spread to a larger area will be an integral part of the solution. The satellite Intake and Triage buildings will ensure the efficacy of infection tracing by placing small testing centers throughout the city. Increasing the number of centers and their proximity to dwellings will encourage mass testing through convenience. Additionally, individuals who are sick can be evaluated by the doctors at the satellite stations in order to determine if they need further medical care. If so, the individual can be transported to the main hospital. This system ensures that our hospital and main campus do not become too crowded or overwhelmed, which could lead to an unsafe environment.

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TRIAGE BLOCK INTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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TECHNICAL DEVELOPMENT PEDESTAL BASE DETAILING

EXTERIOR STAIR DETAILING

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THIRD STREET PROJECT LINK : https://www.keithtiudesign.com/third-street

What defines an ART DISTRICT? We might consider an arts district as a concentration of a number of related entities: artists and their studios; prominent galleries and pop-up installations; design shops and boutiques; fashionable restaurants, coffee shops, and bars; maybe a design or architecture school. Taken together, these players and others constitute the complex ecosystem that is the art world. An arts district emerges when the visible elements of the art world come together in a neighborhood to take advantage of close physical proximity.

The Goal

Much of the art world’s activity, however, is not as visible. For every major gallery, a dozen or more small, often non-profit organizations are working diligently on innovative arts education and programming. For this project, my studio considered the advantages of a shared workspace for a collection of these organizations within a tall timber structure.


EXTERIOR RENDER

This is Third Street 2019 | FIFTH YEAR FALL SEMESTER

https://www..keithtiudesign.com/third-street The Arts District of Los Angeles was once an industrial zone that represented great harvest in the late 19th Century. As presented with the opportunity to make use of heavy timber wood, the building takes the motifs of harvest and growth by employing a tree like structure or a dendriform; henceforth, the project aimed to play a larger part in celebrating the tradition of wood through the expression of the ceiling as another plane for architectural and structural expression. Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Grasshopper [Facade Design] Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Lumion 9.0 V-Ray Renderer [Rhino]

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DENDRIFORM MODULE

DENDRIFORM ELEVATION

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ORDERING SYSTEM LOAD DISTRIBUTION DIAGRAM

ACCESSIBILITY DIAGRAMS

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SITE STRATEGY

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The strategy of site placement pushes the building towards the west side of the site boundaries to form a plaza/garden space on the east side and a courtyard on the north. By doing this, pedestrian flows is more direct between third street and the back alley.

Garden/ Plaza space generation is justified on the east and north end of the building perimeter to activate social activity for pedestrians coming from third street or the back alley.

PROGRAM DIAGRAM


TYPICAL FLOORPLAN

ART GALLERY

WORKSHOP

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1” Glazed Wall System with 1.5” Air Gap VAV Ventilation System. Diagonal Connector Plate Two Way Steel Strut Connector

STRUCTURAL SYSTEM DETAIL SECTION

2” Corten Steel Facade Panel

2” Corten Steel Facade Panel

1” Curtain Wall System with 1.5” Air Gap

Corten Steel Planter

1.5” x 2” Acoustical Sleepers 5 PLY (6-7/8”) thick clt floor slab

Steel Metal Tie-in with HSS Detail Corten Steel Planter

Steel Metal Tie-in with HSS Detail

Woodblocking with Galvanized Steel C-Channel Support System

Woodblocking with Galvanized Steel C-Channel Support System

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FACADE SYSTEM DETAIL SECTION


SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE INTERIOR RENDERS

The expression of the tree was playfully carried over into the reading of the facade with a sensitivity to the resiliency and fabrication of the tree as a graphic corten steel metal panel facade system with a perforated copper sheet to allow for natural lighting.

WORKSHOP

OFFICE SPACE

OFFICE SPACE

OFFICE SPACE

ART GALLERY

LOBBY

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MoVi: Modern Viaduct PROJECT LINK : https://www..keithtiudesign.com/modern-viaduct In Collaboration with fellow USC SoA Student Michael Gonzalez

Project Site:

Zona Franca is a logistics and industrial area located in the Sants-Montjuïc district of Barcelona, Catalonia. It is in a very strategic position, between the City of Barcelona, Barcelona Free Port and Barcelona Airport. The upcoming Metro line L9, currently under development, will serve Zona Franca and further connect it with central Barcelona and the rest of the metropolitan area. Project Site Built on a flat expanse of the Llobregat river delta, the grounds where ZF now stands were marshes until the early 18th century, when the area was drained and subsequently cultivated. In the early 20th century it was already partially occupied by industry, and in 1916 the Zona Franca Consortium (CZF) was created to regulate what was to become the largest industrial area in the country.

The Goal

After a century of industrial activity, CZF is currently developing a strategic communication plan to rethink its future so that it may become a mixed-use area closely related with the rest of the city, from which it is now both physically, legally and conceptually separated. CZF’s urban model should contribute to solve three main problems in Barcelona: o Permanent lack of rental housing and lack of affordable housing o Undesirable aspects of mass tourism o Excessive dependence on services In order to do so, the main aspects of the urban model ZF is envisioning are:

o Promote urban diversity as primary goal, avoiding morphological, functional and social monoculture. o Create an inspiring environment to attract and keep global talent (wellness and quality of life). o Generate interaction between talent, education and private companies. o Create affordable rental housing to keep local talent. o Propose new modes of production within the city (no pollution, no noise, no incompatibilities 52 with housing).

Zona Franca section of the Barcelona ring road showing, left to right: La Marina del Prat Vermell, train tracks, ring road and Zona Franca


This is the Modern Viaduct 2018 | FOURTH YEAR STUDY ABROAD FALL SEMESTER

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/modern-viaduct

The Modern Viaduct or MoVi is a reaction to the disconnect between the L-9 and L-10 railways. This area of Zona Franca, a major industrial district found in the city of Barcelona, needs an intermediary connection that can transport students, immigrant and workers quickly across the zone due to the gap between the lines. This passage is 1.2 km long [the length of Rambla de Raval] and uses the existing rail road tracks to create a metro that will travel linearly. Due to the fact that Zona Franca’s industrial area is still needed, an inhabitable bridge is rendered above existing tracks to create a new ground zero for pedestrianization. This will allow program to be added on top of existing industrial buildings whilst not disrupting it’s regular properties. Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop V-Ray Renderer [Rhino] AutoCAD 2018]

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HOUSING ALTERNATIVE B

PROGRAM DIAGRAM

HOUSING DIAGRAM

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external shell

hvac lining structural support community garden public area

housing communal space FLEXIBLE HOUSING PROPOSAL BRIDGE LAYOUT DIAGRAM

HOUSING PLAN

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SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE Akin to New York’s Highline and Paris’s Viaduc Des Arts, the bridge attempts to activate the existing industrial zone by retrofitting a three layered bridge or viaduct that seeks to accomodate a variety of flexible spaces that can be adapted, wherein the lower layer proposes a variety of flexible housing modules, the middle layer for commercial and retail spaces and the top layer created for different potential housing schemes

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Inglewood GenCen PROJECT LINK :https://www.keithtiudesign.com/inglewood-genesis-center In Collaboration with fellow USC SoA Students Can Derman and Milad Rohani

Project Site: Under Construction in Inglewood - on the old Hollywood Park horse track - is the new Los Angeles Stadium which will purportedly surpass $5 billion in costs. Alongside and surrounding the stadium are plans for an entertainment district and residential neighborhood and will incorporate - along with office, a hotel, retail and park space 3000 units of housing. At the moment, the designated residential site is being used for construction phasing, but preliminary images used to show the future intentions of the neighborhood reveal an unusually generic response to the layout of the buildings. Perhaps these buildings are merely ‘placeholders’, or perhaps the developers’ true intentions? Either way, the plan is an unmistakable weak strategy in 19th century block planning. The project asks if alternatives for a community of 3000 or more in such close proximity to a super large building and its surrounding park prone to enormous influxes of individuals - could be developed differently. Primarily used as a horse track, void of public access and green communal spaces. Between the Forum and the Hollywood Park Racetrack, the site was forced to incorporate vast amounts of parking space, removing the possibility to activate the site beyond the day of the performance. Located directly underneath the landing pattern for LAX, visitors and locals are met with views of the site before they even arrive. Views from the air show the bland, unexciting nature of the existing site, but as construction continues, the future of Inglewood is exciting. The immediate vicinity is home to a variety of socioeconomic demographics, resulting in a wide spectrum of retail zones. The car is king, and businesses are centered around catering to vehicular access, resulting in vast areas of dead space to allow for parking. Century Boulevard provides the primary point of circulation and access as it holds the highest density of traffic. There are hotels, but none over three star and only on Century. No buildings rise over four stories in the visible distance from the site.

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Construction phasing for Los Angeles Ram’s stadiumtracks, ring road and Zona Franca


Preliminary Pattern Studies During initial studies for the urban masterplan development, the team was inspired to create a variety of conceptual pattern diagram that illustrated potential schemes for the project. The studies included but were not limited to imposing a variety of artist drawing that were inspired by Piet Mondrian’s and Wassily Kandinsky’s works and an employment of the 20 existing american grids of the 20th century. The playful scheme of the 20 american grids was used to process the initial massing studies for the urban scheme and we reconfigured to programmatically accomodate the various aspects of the urban masterplan.

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EXTERIOR RENDER

This is the Inglewood Genesis Center 2019 | FOURTH YEAR SPRING SEMESTER https://www.keithtiudesign.com/inglewood-genesis-center Our team took an explicit position of the urbanism being proposed and the fundamental increment, order, and goals for the new neighborhood by placing an emphasis on city’s revival through developing a dynamic green belt that follows the flow of greenery in Los Angeles and acts as a nexus of natural landscape rather than a blockade. The Inglewood GenCen incorporates the daily needs of the community, from a wide variety of housing options to state of the art sports center to a school and more. A harmonious relationship will be established between cars and pedestrians through the introduction of an elevated grid system. This will allow for cars and pedestrians to navigate the site without worrying about each other, and heighten the site’s circulatory efficiency. The site will promote pedestrian circulation through the careful placement of pathways, courtyards and parking to facilitate walking between retail stores. Hotels and offices will also play a part in giving life to the site, providing a destination beyond Sunday afternoon to watch a football game. The urban master plan was resolved by segregating and organizing the grid in 5 different parts through the following criteria: Grid A: Public Parking Areas Grid B: Sports Facilities Grid C: Public Facilities [including Retail, a Casino, Offices and a Hotel] Grid D: Communal Facilities [Community Supermarkets] Grid E: Private Residences [Including Dormitories]

Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop V-Ray Renderer [Rhino] AutoCAD 2018

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INITIAL SITE DESIGN MASTERPLAN

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

INITIAL SITE DESIGN ISOMETRIC

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OVERALL SITE PROGRAM DIAGRAM

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PROGRAM MATRIX

HOUSING

RETAIL

HOTEL

OFFICE

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OVERALL SITEPLAN OVERALL SITE ISOMETRIC

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EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVES

STUDENT ATHLETE DORMITORY The county of Los Angeles has the highest concentration of student athletes and future olympians from the city of Inglewood. To foster the spirit of athletic competitiveness and academic excellence, three buildings meant for student dormitory use were integrated within the whole system of the master plan (each with its own distinctive school team). The three buildings are nested within a system of grids that are activated through varying sports courts: tennis courts, basketball courts and a football field and an activation of landscapes that bring in the nexus of natural landscapes into the buildings’ immediate environment. Through these moves, the student dormitories aim to captivate the students by placing an emphasis of competitiveness through sports and a support for healthy minds and bodies through the use of greeneries.

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FLOOR PLAN

LONGITUDINAL SECTION

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STUDENT MODULE PLAN

PROGRAM DIAGRAM 01 student housing 02 shared study room 03 public bathrooms 04 green zones 05 administrative offices

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D W E L L || OS PROJECT LINK (with SUPPLEMENTARY ANIMATIONS) : https://www.keithtiudesign.com/dwell-os

Project Description: The third world can be described as an island of wealth with a huge belt of poverty. To be forthright, the societal and urban climate of the third world are very much tied into the concept of spontaneous settlements - urban environments that arise from the harsh conditions presented by rigid social structures, climate, limited resources, politics and the economy – attributes that may redefine it as a contemporary urban vernacular. Spontaneous settlements [or SS] are the end results of processes that give rise to informally produced housing rather than the built form of the housing itself. To shift the perspective on SS, architect John Turner stated that it should be redefined as an “incremental process of construction”. My project takes a stance on how to develop a pedagogy between the architect and the homeowner/builder by focusing on the building as a process rather than the product, especially in SS environments, and hopes to transform the shelter into a dwelling. 71


COMPREHENSIVE DESIGN CODEX

This is D W E L L || OS 2020 | FIFTH YEAR SPRING SEMESTER

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/dwell-os How does the architect streamline the process of exemplifying the human value of creativity? A meeting with Ms. Faiza Moatasim brought to light that accommodation for informal settlers must in one way or another convey a socio-economic elevation, therefore the architect’s consolidation must entail a system of parts that form safer environments for the end user. For the first part of the discussion, the thesis aims to establish a potential production stream of how the bureaucracy, landowner, homeowner, and the architect can make the architectural system fold into reality. The second part of the discussion, on the other hand, will rely on establishing a reference + specification system’s codex. In this codex, much like Thomas Jefferson’s pattern book, will establish a variety of architect suggested typologies that are made up of designed systems of parts. By doing so, an expanse of modular parts will consolidate itself into a library of specification

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Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop V-Ray Renderer [Rhino]


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SITE ADAPTABILITY PLAN/ANIMATION

animation link: https://www.keithtiudesign.com/dwell-os

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USC Architectural Guild 8th Annual Design Charrette

Olympic Incubator PROJECT LINK :https://www.keithtiudesign.com/the-olympic-incubator

Awarded an Honorable Mention for best repurposing for the reimagined 2028 Olympic Village. In Collaboration with fellow USC SoA Students Michael Gonzalez and Milad Rohani

Project Intro:

The City of Los Angeles has been selected to host the 2028 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the 34th Olympiad. Sporting events will be hosted in venues throughout Southern California, including Downtown Los Angeles, South Bay, Long Beach and the San Fernando Valley. Throughout the history of the Olympic Games, the Olympic Village has assumed various shapes and forms. In a few instances, the Village developments have fallen into disrepair due to poor economics and political chaos. In other instances, the developments have transformed into successful and profitable housing opportunities

Design Challenge:

A site has been hypothetically donated for the Olympic Village. It is located in the city of Carson at the confluence of the 405 and 110 freeways, providing easy access to the various sporting venues throughout Southern California. The site is also adjacent to the Goodyear Blimp Base Airport, Porsche Experience Center, a Hospital, and California State University, Dominguez Hills. The challenge is to create an Olympic Village that also considers being re-purposed into the future for uses like student housing, low-income housing, a hotel; and not laid to waste beyond the Olympic Game 82


MASTER PLAN

“CREATING A DYNAMIC OLYMPIC VILLAGE THAT RECOGNIZES AND STRENGTHENS THE IDENTITY OF CARSON WHILE BRINGING THE WORLD TOGETHER FOR CELEBRATION IN ONE COHESIVE SITE.”

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This is Olympic Incubator 2019 | USC Architectural Guild 8th Annual Design Charrette Honorable Mention for best repurposing for the reimagined 2028 Olympic Village.

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/the-olympic-incubator The city of Carson is home to a university and hospital, which are crucial to this Los Angeles suburb’s identity. As a result, these two programmatic elements, as well as adjacent schools and housing, became the drivers for our design. We analyzed what is present to manifest a successful future. By introducing an undulating skin connecting the entirety of the site, the project is able to establish a sense of connection, and establish an architectural icon for Los Angeles. The skin provides programmatic functions as it covers the interior and is used as a rooftop space. The project introduces a large courtyard as the main village center for the site punctuated with an instantly recognizable dome. Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop V-Ray Renderer [Rhino] Lumion 9.0

UberAir Service Autonomous Electric Vehicle Service Monorail System CableCar System VR/AR Facilities HyperLoop Hotel

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AERIAL PERSPECTIVE


EAST ELEVATION

NORTH ELEVATION

SITE RENDER

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This oversized courtyard, as well as the surrounding buildings, will serve as housing, dining, and sports facilities during the Olympics, but will be able to transform into a biomedical research center with incubator rooms and laboratories to ensure its continued use beyond 2028. The site becomes physically connected to the hospital and unversity, and it takes into consideration the rapid developments in transportational technology The project allocates space for monorails, drones/ying cars, autonomous vehicles, gondolas and electric vehicles with a transportation hub which is able to be expanded on in the future

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USC Architectural Guild 9th Annual Design Charrette

First Flower

PROJECT LINK :https://www.keithtiudesign.com/first-flower Awarded Second Place In Collaboration with fellow USC SoA Students Michael Gonzalez and Yashoda Godhani

Project Intro:

The Brown Mountain Fire Road Command Post sits on the ridge line overlooking the Canyon Crest neighborhood in Altadena. The fire road is a popular gateway to the Angeles National Forest and the network of trails and fire roads that meander through the San Gabriel Mountains. A dated structure, the Command Post is in need of replacement. New Regulations require all new built projects within the Wildland Urban Interface to serve as demonstrations of resilient architecture and landscape design

Design Challenge:

Given the number of visitors using the fire road, it is especially important for the new command post to inspire visitors with a new vision for resilient and beautiful buildings and landscapes in the WUI here in Southern California and further afield. As a way to increase exposure to resilient strategies and generate revenue outside of fire season, the project will also have overnight accommodations for visitors looking to get out into nature. The building(s) are to be equal parts resilient, functional, and beautiful. The purpose is to support fire fighting operations during fire season and provide accommodation for the public to access nature during non-fire season. The project should serve as a resiliency demonstration/educational project. The design must be integrated with the landscape design and be an integral part of the 87 project’s overall resiliency approach.


This is the First Flower

SLOT CANYON PERSPECTIVE

2020 | USC Architectural Guild 9th Annual Design Charrette Awarded 2nd Place

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/first-flower

The strategy of our team was to pursue an idea of having the new resilient command post to be the first flower that blooms and will respond to and accomodate both animals and people shortly after a fire. As a big idea, the structure aimed to build into nature by burrowing portions of the building along the fire trail to allow fire to go right over the building. This was also to allow the building to move with the earth in the case of an earthquake. Our design offers a look into how the first flower aims to incorporate both landscape and architecture into one cohesive structure. Programs Used: Rhinoceros 6 Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Lumion 9.0

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AL CRITIC IES IT FACIL

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Slot Canyon Slot canyon lends itself to two dierent adaptive features. One of a physical nature as expressed through the act of burrowing to the ground and one that of a programmatic nature. Program is segregated between critical facilities meant for park rangers and visitors and non-critical facilities meant for campers and ranger lodging. Adaptive in nature, the space meant for non-critical facilities is able to shift based on the current needs of the present conditions. During o-seasons, the non-critical facilities can accommodate potential Airbnb clientele or in the case of a wildfire shift to rooms for firstresponders.


PROGRAM DIAGRAM

FORM DIAGRAM

01. natural topo

02. slice

04. tessellate

03. open

05. integrate

BUILDING SECTION

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Revit Work

PROJECT LINKS :https://www.keithtiudesign.com/data-center-corgan-confidential https://www.keithtiudesign.com/revit-work

3D Modeling Consultant Coordination Schedule Creation Visualization - Enscape + Lumion Family Creation Navisworks Project Phasing Adaptive Components 92

Schematic Design Design Development Contruction Administration

SECTIONAL PERSPECTIVE


EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

Corgan Student Internship 2020 | SUMMER - FALL STUDENT INTERNSHIP

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/data-center-corgan-confidential At the Los Angeles O“ ce of Corgan, I was able to experience working on two different data center projects; one on the contract administration phase and one on schematic design, design development and construction documentation phases. I worked in responding to both RFI’s and Submittals through the use of ProCore and Bluebeam Revu while on the CA phase for one project while simultaneously 3D modeling, contributing to facade design options, creating renderings for both SD and DD phase, and making drawing sets for another project. Project involvement included but was not limited to creating on site field reports, Revit Modeling, creating 3D printed models, and clash detection. CORGAN Student Internship 2019| SUMMER - FALL STUDENT INTERNSHIP [accumulated 652 AXP Hours out of the 3600 AXP Hours needed] Programs Used: Revit 2018 and 2019 Bluebeam Revu Lumion 9.0 Rhinoceros 6.0 ProCore Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Navisworks Manage 2018 Please Note: All work shown is the work product of Corgan Associates, Inc. Use of such material or documents by future employers or for other business purposes for advertising or promotional use without proper identification of Corgan Associates, Inc. is considered unethical and is unlawful

EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

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EXTERIOR PERSPECTIVE

ARCH 307 + ARCH 526 2020 | REVIT CLASSES SPRING SEMESTER

https://www.keithtiudesign.com/revit-work Programs Used: Revit Enscape Navisworks

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Professional Summary

KTD

KEITH TIU DESIGN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA 909.992.2914 keithnathanvincent@gmail.com ktiu@usc.edu www.keithtiudesign.com

Work Experience:

Recent University of Southern California Bachelor of Architectural Graduate with 1 year worth of internship experience as an Architectural Intern. Work experience has spanned a variety of building types that include large scale residential, commercial, critical facilities and currently, healthcare. Equipped with a strong penchant for collaborative design, establishing workflows from program to program including but not limited to Revit, Lumion and Navisworks. Has experience with three of the four phases of design including: Schematic Design, Design Development and Contsruction Administration.

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Professional Portfolio 2020  

Professional portfolio created and curated by incoming University of Southern California Bachelor of Architecture graduate, Keith Tiu.

Professional Portfolio 2020  

Professional portfolio created and curated by incoming University of Southern California Bachelor of Architecture graduate, Keith Tiu.

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