Take a walk along the shop
Keun Young Park ARCH 607, Fall 2011 Studio: Mark Odom
The old with the new The dialectic of Modern and Classical vocabularies doesn’t devolve into discordance. Instead, the juxtaposition highlights the drama of both.
To respond urban context
Incoporats the past, not intrusive. Materials and colors. Exposed concrete Scale and rhythm. Adjacent building height: 35’ My builidng height: 26’ Openness: Path through the open link. Provide a pleasant space.
Framing a view Highline, NY
Horizon Media Office
by Lloyd Russell
Concrete can do many thing.
Chapel Tree of Life
Take a walk, and if you like the Nookaâ€™s product, buy it, if not, itâ€™s okay.
A self-check out services sytem for shopping. While shopping, people can take a walk around the steps and raised stair sittings, breathing in the fresh air.
Remove walls from the perimeters.
Allow light in this alley.
Minimum disturbance to the site. open space on the ground floor.
A singble volumn afloated building to create an open ground space with raised sittings.
Site-sensitive design: Orientation & Passive design:
To reduce construction costs from afloat building, use economical structure; Steel framing with metal deck and plaster skin on it.
Open risers allow views and daylights. Sittings are exposed to the indirect sunlight in this alley. Office faces north.
Material conscious design: Concrete finish stucco: Cost effective than exposed concrete. Easily applied and low maintenance.
Stucco / Wallboard / STL stud Insulation Drywall
Concrete finish STUCCO
Metal deck In-Situ concrete Tube steel Reinforcing mesh
Metal deck concrete slab
The use of material:
Concrete finish stucco.
Color Texture Scale
Gray to match the neighborhood historic building fabric. Enhancing the light and shadow effect on the surface. Created by joints.
A ceiling that has a little bit of lighter tone than wall gives stable look.
Dark floor absorbs light. Display area is the brightest.
Self-check out store are the next generation of retail sales.
Both sides of the display areas are front, no backside, and wheelchair accessible.
Vending machine as a light box
Framing a view
A dramatic moment with expectation reaches at the top, and look down and see people move around. Section for built-in lighting
Tree like lighting for a park mood.
A sense of the mood delivered by the built-in lighting underneath the treads.
oculus as a light shaft
oculus as a waterfall when it rains
Spacial program DISPLAY
Vertically expanded by relatively high ceiling to make feel spacious. Strong contrast to light and shadow On the one side, natually shaded by a building above. On the other side, raised sittings with open riser allows full daylight.
All the business activity happens on the ground floor. ADA
Propotionally, display area is more important than restroom.
Colored doors: indication of important place such as restroom or exit.
Light and lighting Light study: Creating effect when light penetrates through objects.
Published on Dec 17, 2011