Kevin Lo / Architecture Portfolio / M.Arch / Pratt GAUD 20'

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Kevin Lo / selected works / 2017 - 2020

ARCHITECTURE / PORTFOLIO


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academic projects

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TOKYO 2020: UMI NO MORI OLYMPIC COMPLEX

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HYBRIDIZED ESTATE: CO-LIVING/CO-WORKING RESIDENTIAL

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BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT

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professional experiences

MALECON BELT

ELEVEN MAGAZINE COMPETITION

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MIXED MESSAGES

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ROCK CLIMBING PARK

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INTEGRAL EXPERIENCES: FLUID LEARNING SPACES

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NANOTECTONICA: MICROFIBRIL STRUCTURE

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FAMA CONSTRUTORA OFFICE INTERIOR

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NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENCE

_jca studio

_jca studio


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TOKYO 2020: UMI NO MORI OLYMPIC COMPLEX site_ sea forest park, tokyo, japan I year_ 2019 I critic_ nanako umemoto


With huge potency to drive urban generation, the Olympics is nevertheless shadowed by its hangovers - the afterlife of a short-term event with far-reaching consequences for the city. New infrastructure, largescale athletic venues, and public facilities confronted sudden drain of economics and cultural values. The project speculates on an Olympic Games on a landfill in Tokyo Bay, and design the venues as a retrospective consequence of its post-Olympic prospect. The project evolves in a reverse chronology fashion, where the design was worked backwards from its long-term proposal of an agricultural farm and park complex towards the design for the Olympic Games. The synthesis of the two states - Olympic venues and agricultural park - aims to formulate a plausible scenario for the transformation of the site over time. Inspired by the interlocking system of traditional Japanese joinery, the site constructs itself through various block units - each representing a type of agriculture typology. Each block units are connected through either its surfaces circulation or its connection voids that each block inherit from its configuration.


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TOKYO 2020: UMI NO MORI OLYMPIC COMPLEX site_ sea forest park, tokyo, japan I year_ 2019 I critic_ nanako umemoto

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Basketball / Volleyball Court Swimming / Diving Pool Track Cycling Velodrome Canoe Slalom Gymnastics

6 Football Field 7 Track Athletics 8 Beach Volleyball 9 Archery / Shooting 10 Ferry Routes

Cabbage Farm Daikon Radish Farm Park / Public Spaces

Plum Farm Persimmon Farm


Membrane Stadium Roofs

Stadium Structure System

Connection Bridgres + Circulations

Olympic Sporting Venues

Agriculture Farm Spaces

Landfill Retaining Structures site plan

exploded axon


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DAIKON RADISH

TOKYO 2020: UMI NO MORI OLYMPIC COMPLEX

jan.

spring summer fall winter

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sowing time harvest time

site_ sea forest park, tokyo, japan I year_ 2019 I critic_ nanako umemoto Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐

fall winter

5.5 ‐ 6.5 every 2‐3 year

DAIKON RADISH

spring DAIKON RADISH summer fall CABBAGE spring winter summer spring 01 fall spring 02 winter summer

jan.

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Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐ Ideal soil pH range ‐ Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐ Crop Rotation ‐

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sowing time harvest time sowing time sowing time harvest time

5.5 ‐ 6.5 every 2‐3 year 5.5 ‐ 6.5 5.5 ‐ 6.5 every 2‐3 year every 2‐3 year

PLUM

CABBAGE

jan.

jan. CABBAGE flowering spring 01 jan. fruiting spring 02 DAIKON RADISH spring 01 summer jan. spring 02 fall ‐ ‐ ‐ spring summer winter summer fall ‐ ‐ ‐ fall winter

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jul.

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winter

Tree Height ‐

2 ‐4m

Cold / Heat Hardiness‐

High / High

Characteristics / Application ‐

Ideal soil pH range ‐ Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐ PERSIMMON Crop Rotation ‐

Agriculture The site constructs itself through various block units - each representing a type of agriculture types; namely cabbage, daikon radish, plum, and persimmon. The agriculture products proposed are designed to maximize the farming time on the site. By diverging the sowing, flowering, and harvesting time of each farm, the site provides a year-round farming space for the city. In addition, having farms in different seasons gives the site an unique expression throughout the year. In other words, the island would always be lively and active regardless of the time of the year. The diverged work schedule reliefs the traffic during harvesting time.

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nov.

dec.

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harvest time

Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance / Fragrant

5.5 ‐ 6.5 5.5 ‐ 6.5 every 2‐3 year every 2‐3 year

Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐ flowering

jan. 5.5 ‐ 6.5 feb.

mar.

apr.

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jul.

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flowering flowering fruiting CABBAGE fruiting

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every 2‐3 year

PLUM fruiting PLUM

spring 01 spring 02 summer fall winter

Tree Height ‐

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may. ‐

Cold / Heat Hardiness‐

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High / High

Characteristics / Application ‐

Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance

2 ‐4m High / High

Characteristics / Application ‐ Ideal soil pH range ‐ Crop Rotation ‐

PERSIMMON

2 ‐ 5m

Tree Height ‐ Cold / Heat Hardiness‐

flowering PLUM flowering fruiting fruiting

aug.

Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance / Fragrant

5.5 ‐ 6.5 every 2‐3 year

jan. jan.

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flowering fruiting

Tree Height ‐ Tree Height ‐ Cold / Heat Hardiness‐ Tree Height ‐ Cold / Heat Hardiness‐ Characteristics / Application ‐

2 ‐ 5m 2 ‐ 5m High / High 2 ‐4m High / High Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance

Characteristics / Application ‐

Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance / Fragrant

Cold / Heat Hardiness‐ Characteristics / Application ‐

High / High Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance

PERSIMMON

jan.

feb.

mar.

apr.

may.

jun.

flowering fruiting

daikon radish farm

football stadium I soccer

park

Tree Height ‐

2 ‐ 5m

Cold / Heat Hardiness‐

High / High

Characteristics / Application ‐

Deciduous / Strong Cold Resistance

n-s section

land fill pit

land fill pit

sowing time harvest time


above water + indoor beach volleyball / marathon / biking

below water + indoor swimming / diving / basketball

above water + semi-outdoor canoe / velodrome / archery

below water + semi-outdoor track / football

above water + outdoor gymnastic

below water + outdoor

Olympic Venues The Olympic venues, being a host for public activities and gatherings, are naturally gravitated around and intergrated with the park areas in the isalnd. Each venue meshes itself with the site based on the required environment condition that each venue holds. The six condistions of venues each provides an unique engagment with the site, the ocean, and farm activities. The consolidation of the complexity of the landscape, the circulation network, the farm activities, and the olympic venue conditions results in an unique experience not only as one enters the complex, but also between venues and farmlands within the complex.

main stadium I track & field

park

land fill pit

persimmon farm


academic projects

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TOKYO 2020: UMI NO MORI OLYMPIC COMPLEX site_ sea forest park, tokyo, japan I year_ 2019 I critic_ nanako umemoto



academic projects

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HYBRIDIZED ESTATE: CO-LIVING CO WORKING RESIDENTIAL site_ 415 fulton st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2018 I critic_ kutan ayata


The project speculates the contemporary aspect of architectural urbanity and density, specifically the interrelationship between working environment and living spaces. Incorporating three different conditions, offices, micro living and standard apartment units, the project breaks the conventional method of dividing by levels, and mixed the three conditions organically. With the form generated from the placement of different units, each space was not only able to have more natural light exposure, but also some balconies or other forms of outdoor spaces for the quality of both living and working in the space. Situated in a dense urban context with incredible amount of foot traffic, the project created a sunken plaza at it foot giving the neighborhood a place to gather, pass through as well as spaces for businesses and shops. In addition to the blending pubic and private relationship above, the sunken plaza and its pedestrians adds another dimension of ambiguity to the conventional understanding of a residential project.


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HYBRIDIZED ESTATE: CO-LIVING CO WORKING RESIDENTIAL site_ 415 fulton st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2018 I critic_ kutan ayata

Residential: conventional apartment units Conventional apartment unit layout for small families or multiple residents living. Conventional residential levels are independent from work spaces in order for visitor control.

Co-live: micro unit and studio living area Co-living units designed for single person compact living with easy access to shared amenities and work spaces.

Co-work: office area Flexible office spaces that can be easily divided based on the need of space. Office workers can also share the use of various amenities with co-living residents, encouraging a healthier and convenient worklife balance


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HYBRIDIZED ESTATE: CO-LIVING CO WORKING RESIDENTIAL site_ 415 fulton st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2018 I critic_ kutan ayata

W/D

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MECH

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OPEN TO BELOW

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MECH

residential floor plan - lvl 21 MECH

W/D

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OFFICE

W/D

W/D

MECH

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OPEN TO BELOW W/D

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W/D

W/D

GYM

MECH

W/D

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LOUNGE

MECH

OFFICE

GYM

MECH

LOUNGE

MECH

site plan

co-living/co-working floor plan - lvl 10

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B 13'-0 3/8"

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LEVEL 21 +236'-2 3/4" W/D

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OPEN TO BELOW W/D

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COPPER PANEL

W/D

12'-6"

MECH

12 A-101

11'-2 5/8"

LEVEL 20 +225'-2 3/4"

W12

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12'-2 1/2"

PRECAST CONCRETE PAVER

LEVEL 19 +213'-0 1/4"

COPPER PANEL

balcony detail - plan 10 PLAN A-100

balcony detail - section 22

A-100

SECTION 1/2"=1'-0"

balcony detail - wall section 20

A-100

ELEVATION 1/2"=1'-0"

1/2"=1'-0"

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WILLOUGHBY PLAZA RESIDENTIAL

A-100

PANEL JOINT DETAIL 1 1/2"=1'-0"

KEVIN LO ARCH.762 2018.12.12

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spacial chunk model

spacial chunk model


academic projects

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HYBRIDIZED ESTATE: CO-LIVING CO WORKING RESIDENTIAL site_ 415 fulton st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2018 I critic_ kutan ayata



academic projects

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BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu


The project explores the posiibility of combining two contradicting aspects of city life under one roof. With the majority of new york city’s waste barged to neighboring states to be processed, the project proposes a design to make the city’s waste treatment process more accessable and environmentally friendly. The project brings together a incinerator plant, a recycling center and public pools. The project breaks down the stages of recycling and incinerating into individual components, redesign the process from sorting to burning to reveal and appreciate the complex waste treatment process. The paths and movements of recyclable and non-recyclable waste and the public, begins to converge and diverge as one move around spaces. In addition, the incinerating process provides the necessary energe for the spaces and program.


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BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu

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BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu

Stainless Steel Scrubbers + Pipes

south elevation

section a

Structural Glass Tubes for Waste Conveyer Belt


Brushed Metal Fins

Corrugated Oxidized Copper Panels


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lvl 2 plan

sturcutre plan

BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu


4'-0" 33'-7 3/4"

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33'-7 3/4"

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32'-4 3/4"

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9'-9"

10'-2 3/4"

10'-2 3/4"

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CORREGARED COPPER PANELS

recycling area + recreation detail section

10'-2 3/4"

10'-2 3/4"


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south entrance view

BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu


RECREATIONAL SHELL GLASS FACADE WITH FINS

INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS INCINERATOR + RECYCLING SYSTEMS

RECREACTIONAL LEVELS POOL + FITNESS CENTRE + SAUNA

STEEL FRAME SYSTEM

GROUND CONCRETE UNDERSIDE ENTRANECE LOBBY


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north view

BROOKLYN WASTE TREATMENT PLANT site_ 12 gold st, brooklyn ny I year_ 2019 I critic_ stephanie bayard I collaboration_ruoting qiu



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MALECON BELT ELEVEN MAGAZINE COMPETITION site_ malecon, havana cuba I year_ 2018 I collaboration_ hsiengting huang, ruoting qiu, haoyuan wang


The Malecon Belt is a reimagined protective system along the Malecon that provides additional and alternative ways to engage the strip and the city. The proposed system improves the existing sea wall, providing a better shield for floods and storm waves, while responding to different demands of public spaces and activities. The Belt offers multilevel engagements with the sea and the city, public plazas, and connections to the inner city. With pathways designed above and below street level, tourists have the opportunity to see and experience the Malecon from different perspectives while offering new uses for the residents. The Malecon Belt aims to not only revive the adjacent buildings but also infiltrate this new experience into the city. Being a heavily used highway with high foot traffic, it is often unsafe and difficult to cross from one side to another. Bridge connections are, therefore, constructed throughout The Belt providing a safe and easy transition into the city.

high water level

mean water level


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MALECON BELT ELEVEN MAGAZINE COMPETITION site_ malecon, havana cuba I year_ 2018 I collaboration_ hsiengting huang, ruoting qiu, haoyuan wang

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A At the end of Malecon, the belt wraps to an end, functioning as a modern shelter complementing the adjacent Japonés Garden and historical landmark - Glorieta Mudéjar

B Small performance space located in a less populate area of Vedado aims to attract poeple from all over Havana in order to help revive this area

C Locating in a sense residential area in Vedado, this small plaza provides a comfortable area for daily leisure through reusing an existing extension on the Malecon

D At the border of Centro Habana and Vedado, Pavilion A is a mix of small communal areas, sea side pool and bridges that connects the new communal areas with the existing hospital plaza


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MALECON BELT ELEVEN MAGAZINE COMPETITION site_ malecon, havana cuba I year_ 2018 I collaboration_ hsiengting huang, ruoting qiu, haoyuan wang

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MIXED MESSAGE year_ 2020 I critic_ thomas leeser


The project aims to investigate architecture not primarily as form making, but to create experiences that allow for a rethinking and critical engagement. The design challenges viewer’s perception of depth and perspective through form manipulation and texture mapping. The project uses a 2D image with 3D illusion to create a three-dimensional architectural construct with two-dimensional quality. In result, creating an architectural constructs that is not static, but morphs and shifts into other forms of representation, into objects of contradiction, of impossibilities or inversions. In addition to the contradiction within the construct, the building also extend its confusion into the cityscape it is situated in, where the form and pattern extends itself into the surrounding buildings. The extension not only add an additional layer of confusion, but also bring the different facade patterns of the city into one visual system. 0x Pixelation

5x Pixelation

20x Pixelation

facade morph transframtion unrolled


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MIXED MESSAGE year_ 2020 I critic_ thomas leeser


facade morph transframtion diagram


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animation sequence

MIXED MESSAGE year_ 2020 I critic_ thomas leeser



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ROCK CLIMBING PARK site_ sara d. roosevelt park, manhattan ny I year_ 2017 I critic_ jason vigneri-beane


Generated from the coexistence of curved and straight surfaces of a respirator mask and a grid interference, the project investigates the different spatial condition and possibility that can be uncovered from the form. The high-resolution solid rock climbing space and the low-resolution structure skin created an interior resting space and a semi-enclosed climbing zone that allow variety of level of rock climbing and areas to explore. This exploration begins at the entrance of the park, through channels with limited sight before they reach the climbing facility, one would uncover different spaces and programs along the way. The channels are extensions of the project’s geometry, creating views of specific edges of the building while providing another layer of climbing opportunity. The landscape allows one to climb, sit, lay, and relax at different levels and areas allowing different interaction with the building physically and visually. At night, with the light from the building filter through the translucent structural skin, the building become a gem hidden in the park for people to uncover.


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ROCK CLIMBING PARK site_ sara d. roosevelt park, manhattan ny I year_ 2017 I critic_ jason vigneri-beane

4'‐4"

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2'‐0.5"

9'‐8.875"

6'‐1.75" 10'‐1"

7'‐1.625"

7'‐10.75"

6'‐3.375" 8'‐4.5"

6'‐7.5" 7'‐5.875"

6'‐11.375" 6'‐7.125"

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b 4'‐7.75"

6'‐1.25"

9'‐10.75"

10'‐7.875"

10'‐0.875" 8'‐8.125"

a 10.75"



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ROCK CLIMBING PARK site_ sara d. roosevelt park, manhattan ny I year_ 2017 I critic_ jason vigneri-beane



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INTEGRAL EXPERIENCE: FLUID LEARNING SPACES site_ 248 pearl st, manhattan ny I year_ 2017 I critic_ dylan baker-rice


Design to address interior related conceptual and material impacts, the project aims to create a space that promotes a fluid learning process. Fluid learning allow students to be engage in learning both in and out of the classroom through mobile and nonmobile devices. To reflect this flexibility in the design, the nature of spheres and curved surfaces, spaces can be visually and acoustically connected in multiple directions. The accumulation of curved-surface-boxes force spaces to overlap and collide into each other, creating a shared area of mixed program. These moments become spaces where students can explore, try and learn topics of their interests, while bring students of different grades together. The curved surface, then, acts as an incubator of interests and knowledge beyond textbooks and classrooms.


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INTEGRAL EXPERIENCE: FLUID LEARNING SPACES site_ 248 pearl st, manhattan ny I year_ 2017 I critic_ dylan baker-rice

STORAGE (555 SQ.FT)

CAFETERIA

GYM

CHANGING ROOM

ART ROOM

(3060 SQ.FT)

(942 SQ.FT)

(925 SQ.FT)

(3520 SQ.FT)

UP

UP

KITCHEN (803 SQ.FT)

OFFICE (783 SQ.FT)

SECURITY

CLASSROOM (1276 SQ.FT)

LOBBY

BATHROOM

UP

(325 SQ.FT)

ENTRANCE UP UP

WORKSPACE

CLASSROOM

UP

(942 SQ.FT)

(645 SQ.FT)

LOCKERS

CLASSROOM (942 SQ.FT)



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NANOTECTONICA: MICROFIBRIL STRUCTURE year_ 2020 I critic_ jonas coersmeier


Collagen fibre structure is a supramolecular structure in the three-dimensional network of extracellular macromolecules. Depending upon the degree of mineralization, the triple helix structured collagen tissues will have different degrees of rigidity and function in the human body. The different stages in the formation of collagen tissue fibres, from molecule to microfibres to fibrils, creates a complex system and relationship between each levels of formation, where each level built off its previous level. The project utilizes the logic of the helix structure to create a system that flux between the different layers and stages of the collagen tissue formation.

collagen triple-helix structure

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molecular network unit

node network unit


academic projects

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NANOTECTONICA: MICROFIBRIL STRUCTURE year_ 2020 I critic_ jonas coersmeier

Through rigorous study of multilevel collagen fibre structure formation from microscopically visible level to its molecular level, a penta-helix structure system was developed to create a primary framework and connections system. The principle logic of the system derives itself from the self-repeating building principle of collagen, where every level of formation is built upon its previous level. Through testing various transformation operations from free form model making to meticulous algorithmic calculations, the project evolves into a system that inherits multiple transformation logic and operation. The fusion of multiple transformation structures give the project a multilevel algorithmic control over its development and growth, each with its unique complexity in its expression, while remaining adherent to the fundamental penta-helix principle.


PRIMARY (OUTTER) HELIX STRUCTURE

BASIC PENTA-HELIX STRUCTURE

STRETCHED EXTRUSION

UNIFORM EXTRUSION

STRETCHED EXTRUSION

UNIFORM EXTRUSION

SECONDARY (INNER) HELIX STRUCTURE

PENTA-HELIX STRUCTURE UNIT


academic projects

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NANOTECTONICA: MICROFIBRIL STRUCTURE year_ 2020 I critic_ jonas coersmeier



professional experiences

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FAMA CONSTRUTORA OFFICE INTERIOR year_ 2020 I internship_ jca studio


The project aims to create a small office space that reflects the company’s goal to be flexible, creative, and unconventional, while maintaining some aspects of the company’s field of work - construction. To achieve such images, the design looks to use typical construction materials, such as re-bars and concrete blocks, to create a multi-functional partition system that exists throughout the space. In addition to creating a new system through conventional materials, the system respects existing interior details; and consciously incorporating the existing ceiling grids into the partition system. Responsibilities: - Drafted demolition and schematic option plans - Prepared drawings, images diagrams, and layout for presentation - Created schematic design options and renderings for new office designs (Rhino / Photoshop)

office

public


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NORTH CAROLINA RESIDENCE year_ 2020 I internship_ jca studio


The project redesigns the layout and finishes of a vacation home. The proposal aims to create a open plan with a much simpler circulation and programmatic division. Responsibilities: - Prepare multiple preliminary ceiling / entrance design schemes (Rhino) - Prepared multiple diagrams and facade material options, taking into account client’s preferences (Photoshop)


Kevin Lo / selected works / 2017 - 2020