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(Re)Occupiable Objects Zehui Li 2021 Work Samples Email: zehuil@andrew.cmu.edu Tel: +(1) 434-327-0400


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ZEHUI LOUIS LI louis.lzh.uva@gmail.com (1)-434 327 0400 434 5th. Ave., Apt. 954, 15219, Pittsburgh EDUCATION

CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY, PITTSBURGH, PA

2019-expected May 2021

Master of Architecture Candidate

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA

2016-2018

ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY, HANGZHOU, CHINA

2011-2016

GOA ARCHITECTS (大象设计), HANGZHOU, CHINA

Feb-July 2019

M.Arch Course Works

Bachelor ofArchitecture (Minor: Industrial Design)

EXPERIECNE

Assistant Architect

Assisted Principle Architects with design development and structural design for large scale high-rise and mixed-use residential tower located in Tianjin CBD Created physical models and representational diagrams for the high-end private resort project in Vancouver, BC Prepared presentation and submitted drawing packages for the Tea House Project in Cang Ma Shan, Shandong Province

AVALON BAY & E.S. CONSTRUCTION, EVANS SAKANI, PRINCIPAL, SAN FRANCISCO, CA Planning Intern

Dec 2017-Jan 2018

STANLEY SAITOWITZ, NATOMA ARCHITECTS, SAN FRANCISCO, CA Project Assistant

June-July 2017

PERKINS + WILL, SHANGHAI, CHINA Planning and Design Intern

July-Nov 2015

Assisted lead Project Manager on planning for mixed use/residential development project, consisting of 250+ dwelling units and state-of-the-art amenity space. Evaluated sustainability benchmarking, security requirements, and transportation flow/parking design. Attended meetings with Building and Planning Department to clarify requirements for approval.

Assisted Mr. Saitowitz with client projects, produced models and architectural detail studies, and prepared graphics and photography for a biographical retrospective chronicling his iconic global projects.

Member of firm’s international project planning and design team, participating in client, building/zoning/planning department meetings, and community presentations. My design work included contributions to the celebrated T.Y. Lin Headquarters (Chongqing) & famed Huzhou Silk Museum.

HONORS

“Park-Scape” Selected by SoA EX-CHANGE 2020, Carnegie Mellon University CMU SoA Fellowship Movie “Up” Chosen for 2017 Bi-City Urbanism/Architecture Biennale (Hong Kong) Award, SRTP Student Research Training, Zhejiang University Third Place Award, Enterprise Student Design Competition, Zhejiang University Honorable Mention, Structural Engineering Student Design Competition, Zhejiang University

SKILLS

MODELING: Sketch-Up, Rhino, Grasshopper, AutoCAD, Revit, BIM VISUALIZATION: Adobe Suite, V-Ray, Enscape FABRICATION: 3D Printing, Laser Cutting PROGRAMMING: JAVA, GHPython, Processing

LANGUAGE

English (Fluent), Chinese (Native)

AFFILIATIONS

STUDENT MEMBER, AIA (San Francisco Chapter)

Sep 2020 Sep 2019 Nov 2017 May 2016 May 2014 May 2014


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Park-Scape “Westinghouse Environment Center”

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Balti(More)Food “Vacant Lot Urban Farm Complex”

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The Third Ground “Student Study Tower On UVa Campus”

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Hongkong Spine Tower “Hongkong Central Market Renovation”

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“Cloud Table” “‘Dream Audio’ Retail Shop”

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Generative & Rule-Based Modeling “Four Projects”

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Sci-Pera “MCS & SoM Urban Complex”

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Vocabulary of Assemblies “Material & Assembly Course Works” Other works

Selected from 2013-2020


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1. Park-Scape

Studio Work, Instructor: Jeffrey Davis & Matthew Huber Spring 2020, Individual Work


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The Brief History of Westinghouse Park

The Adjacent Neighbors Info


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[1] Site Slopes

[2] Site Path & Access

[3] Site Tree Canopy

[4] Site Elements

[5] Site Topography

[Site Surrounding Context Dimensions]

[Programming Flow]

[“Architectural Promenade”]


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Point Breath North Layerings


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Site Plan


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Corner Models

The pure cubic boxes embedded with functioning programs provide the pure and clean looking from the outside of the building, as well as the method to “float up “ the building from the elevation. However, the internal corridor still provides penetration and spatial complexity internally in the learning center building. The main material chosen for the building, which is the locally made locust wood panel, offers a warm and soft feeling and craftsman texture to the entire building.


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Changing Room Wall Details

Event Room Wall Details


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Skylight Optimization

Entrance View Form Playground


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Corridor Gellary

Wet Classroom


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2. Balti(More)Food

“Vacant Lot Urban Farm Complex” Studio Work, Instructor: Nida Rehman Fall 2020, Individual Design Research Collabration With Ryu Kondrup and Kirman Hanson

From the 1890s-1930s tuberculosis was a major cause of death in Baltimore, affecting mostly black families and reinforcing a narrative of black people as being inherently “dirty”. Against this backdrop, the city government enacted policies that systematically perpetuated a cycle of neglect, with a particular focus on housing. This is the focus of the book we read in the first half of the semester, Infectious Fear by Samuel Roberts. Black people lived mostly in a part of the city known as the “lung block”, near Druid Heights. It was seen as a hotbed of tuberculosis within the city, and with the majority of the housing being cramped ally housing with no sanitation services provided by the city or sewer system. City legislation attempting to improve the conditions of low-income housing only sought to reform tenement housing, typically lived in by white immigrants, without any regard for the terrible housing conditions within the “lung block.” It is this historical landscape of disease that is echoed within the current state of Baltimore’s East Side, where the issue of access resulting from historical disinvestment has created a new landscape of neglect.


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This 1937 map shows the geography of redlining in inner city Baltimore. Areas marked in red as “Fourth Grade” are deemed least desirable for investment and loans. These regions were explicitly profiled based on race, with particular aversion toward Black and African American residents, whose poor housing conditions as a result of redlining practices were used as proof of a racial predisposition to spreading disease and a general unfitness for urban life. Redlining practices resulted in systematic disinvestment in these populations and their neighborhoods, solidifying an infrastructure of health steeped in geographic inequity. Today this imbalance manifests as the so-called “Black Butterfly” which illustrates the racial & spatial segregation and correlated disinvestment patterns of the city. In the age of COVID-19, these disparities become magnified, disproportionately impacting the health of black residents.


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Target Neighborhood Info Layering


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3-5 Year Axon View 1


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3-5 Year Axon View 2


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3. The Third Ground

“Student Study Tower On UVa Campus” Independent work, Instructor: Manuel Bailo Esteve Summer 2017, Individual Work


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Lawn Architecture Condition

Lawn Courtyard

Cocke Hall

Department Of Music

Commercial Foundation

Lawn Circulation

Pavilion IX

Pavilion VII

Pavilion X

Pavilion VIII

Pavilion V

Pavilion VI

Pavilion III

Pavilion IV

Imposition

Pavilion I

Rotunda

Pavilion II

Lawn Axon Before The Homer Square

Department Of Music

The Lawn

The Third Ground

Cocke Hall

Pavilion IX

Pavilion VII

Commercial Foundation

Pavilion X

Pavilion VIII

Lawn Axon After

Pavilion V

Pavilion VI

Pavilion III

Pavilion IV

Pavilion I

Pavilion II

Rotunda


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2nd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Ploor

3rd Ploor

Above Lobby

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4. Hongkong Spine Tower

“Hongkong Central Market Renovation” Studio work, Instructor: Esther Lorenz Fall 2017, Individual Work


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movement 1 feet movement 1

body movement 1

hands movement 1

pla�orm 2

movement 2 feet movement 2

pla�orm 3

movement 3 body movement 2

pla�orm 4 movement 4

body movement 3

pla�orm 5

movement 5

body movement 4

feet movement 3 hands movement 2

body movement 5

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movement 6

In the city of Hongkong, the urban circulation system is serving not only as a transition, but also as a space connecting each different parts of the city. In this project, I used the Hongkong metro escalator system as a start point to explore that how the re-organized circulation including staircases, escalators, ramps and so on can influence or even participate into the high-rise buidlings. While the central market is renovated into the movie archive, a series of new programs are also inserted into the high rise building to create a dialogue between the high and low.


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5. Cloud Table

“Dream Audio” Retail Shop Professional work. In collaboration with Yuan Jin, Zhehui Chang, Beixi Zhu Summer 2018, Group Work, Professional

“Dream Audio” project is a three-month long comprehensive interior design work. The main idea is constructing a “cloud table” to accomendate constumers’ activities along with the shop assistants. Besides the massive fluid table, other furnitures such as cabinets, LED screens, closets and interior lighting are highly customized, along with careful consideration of details.


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Exterior Elevation, Rendering 1


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Interior Furnitures, Rendering 2


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The Documentation of Detailed Drawings


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下端开外牙攻丝,露出桌面长度: 3mm,100mm,200mm,300mm

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∅14不锈钢内嵌螺纹 14 3

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外径34不锈钢盖 开直径18圆孔,高度25mm

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∅18不锈钢套管,壁厚5mm(余同)

角码 M8*100*4膨胀螺栓

固定家具详图 1:2

Concrete Table Detail Drawings


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6. Generative and Rule-based Modeling “Four Projects”

Course work, Instructor: Ramesh Krishnamurt, Pedro Veloso Spring 2021, Group Work

In rule-based modeling, rules are defined or created to understand a systems behavior and how it might be managed or changed. Rule-based modeling assumes that the design solutions can be understood as systems with interrelated parts that perform generative behaviors. In this course, we will come up with four projects to organize entity(s) made up of interrelated and interdependent parts. With in that, barriers are also defined as boundaries of the system that distinguishes it from other systems in the environment.


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Group Work, Collaboration with He Su Tool: Grasshooper + GHPython The generation of the urban layouts based on the existing urban layouts and given urban boundaries have been widely investigated. Our goal is to explore the optimizing splitting method given particular housing type in advance. Addition to that, our generator should have capacity to work regardless of the character of the surface that is provided (even with holes inside ). Given particular building types, the priority of our scenario is to automatically generate urban streets and patterns. If time permitted, we would also make it interactive by enabling optional configuration.

Existing Urban Pattern Layout Generator

Source: Yong-Liang Yang, Jun Wang, Etienne Vouga, and Peter Wonka. 2013. Urban pattern: layout design by hierarchical domain splitting. <i>ACM Trans. Graph.</i> 32, 6, Article 181 (November 2013), 12 pages.

[Design Solution] Our design solution is mainly composed of four parts- input (user predefined), generative design space, visual representation and optimization. For the input part, user can define or assign the initial geometries such as certain polygon boundaries or surface, and the guide curve(s) for streamlines. [Design Space] three design planes will be created as shown in the following diagram. Consequently, the benefit we could gain from those design planes is that in the real planning scenario, the project can be used as a virtual model to evaluate and optimize the planning decisions when street dimension, target block area or the parcel ration template is fixed based on the zoning code, urban fabrication or the building codes, etc. [Evaluation & Manipulation] Imagine that someone else (a client, another designer, or whoever…) is going to control the parameters of your model and you want to guarantee that it will only generate interesting results. Considering that this exploration will happen in the future without your presence, what instructions would you give to the user to navigate in the parameter space only in paths that will generate interesting results. Design Space Cube

32 Significant Urban Pattern Variations


Zehui Li [2] Courtyard House(Siheyuan) Pattern Generator Group Work, Collaboration with Jesse Gonzalez Tool: Grasshooper + GHPython+CPython Our project is fully inspired by Chinese traditional courtyard house, also known as Siheyuan, and based on the most simple prototype-house with only one courtyard in the middle- we implement rule-based modeling to automatically generate urban patterns. There will be internal and external rules either to promote or constrain our future possible patterns.

[Work in Progress...]


7. Sci-Pera

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“MCS & SoM Urban Complex” Independent work, Instructor: Hal Hayes Summer 2020, Individual Work

The current Art Park site is the edge between the Oakland Civic Center Historic District and the Carnegie Mellon University campus. The confluence of these two areas also provides rich potential for a collaborative interdisciplinary complex that epitomizes Carnegie Mellon’s exceptional strength. The site’s critical location at the intersection of Forbes-Craig art and boutique area encourages the creation of an urban space that forms a gateway that connects the Civic Center through the site and across Junction Hollow towards the CMU core campus. The design intention seizes the opportunity to forge a collaborative ground and shared landscape between CMU and the city of Pittsburgh. The large site and diverse program also suggests a synergistic group of distinct pieces rather than a homogeneous entity. The architecture expresses several key components, including the Mellon College of Science, the School of Music opera house, IDeATe, Miller ICA, and the Heinz Architecture Center, and meshes the geometries of the adjacent urban fabrics. Both on and underneath a new small central quad, the internal programs create an interactive conversation between research, performance and making by interlacing functionality, circulation, and collaborative spaces.


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Teaching Lab IDeATe Science Gallery

Science Gallery

Outdoor Stepped Exhibition

Freight Lift #1

Info Teaching Lab Teaching Lab

Quad

B.O.

Green Room

Panther Hollow Inn

Rehearsal Room Lobby

Miller ICA

Star Dressing Room Audience Chamber

wc

Dressing Room wc Stage

Office

Stage Projection Freight Lift #2

Elephant Door

IDeATe Scene & Costume Shop

Site Plan


PITTSBURGH & OAKLAND HISTORY

Working Sample 2021 1930s-1940s “Asernal of Democracy”

1761 Fort Pitt one of the largest and most elaborate forts in 18th century North America, is finished by the British.

1845 Iron City The Great Fire of downtown Pittsburgh caused many people and institutions moving out to suburban areas.

1763-1799 The gateway to the west

1868 “Hell with the lid taken off...” Iron, steel, coke industry helped Pittsburgh become the industrial center for a growing nation.

1892 Homestead strike Andrew Carnegie was determined to break the union and a battle between strikers and private security agents began.

1900s Steel City In the beginning of the 20th century, Pittsburgh found its footing in the industrial revolution producing steel.

During the 1930's through the 1940's, Pittsburgh would see a boom in population, as it was the main supplier of steel during the second World War. During this era, Pittsburgh hovered around the fourth largest city in America. European Immigrants, African Americans from the great migration, and citizens from adjacent rural areas flocked to Pittsburgh for industrial jobs.

1905 Oakland civic center Franklin Nicola put forth a development plan in the City Beautiful style for Oakland, which included civic, social, residential and educational zones along Bigelow Boulevard

1946-1973 City Rennaissance I

1967

2009 The most livable city & G20 Summit

The merger of Carnegie Institute of Technology and Mellon Institute became Carnegie Mellon University

2018 Hazelwood Green An innovative and sustainbale hub

Pittsburgh Oakland

1839-1840

1868 Mary Schenley gave the city 300 acres in Oakland for a park. Officials bought another 100 acres from her for "Schenley Park." And Mary Schenley gave another gift: land for Schenley Plaza.

The name “Oakland” first appeared in a local paper called “Harris’ Intelligencer” and the place got its name from the oak trees in the farm of William Eichenbaum.

1900 The foundation of the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Oakland started to become the Pittsburgh’s unversity center.

1895 Andrew Carnegie built a library, museum and concert hall complex, which opened in 1895.

1909 Relocation of Western University of Pennsylvania (later called University of Pittsburgh) to Oakland

1925 Cathedral of Learning

1938 Heinz Memorial Chapel

1965 Henry Clay Frick Fine Arts Building is a landmark Renaissance villa and a contributing property to the Schenley Farms-Oakland Civic Historic District.

1974 Carnegie Museum of Art as The Sarah Mellon Scaife Gallery

1980 Oakland Two-Year Plan Proposal

2025 The Oakland 2025 Master Plan- A vision for sustainable living and mobility.

2002 The Future of Oakland: A Community Investment Strategy

Pittsburgh & Oakland History

REDEVELOPMENT IN CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY

1904 Palmer and Hornbostel submitted the winning entry, a quintessential formal site plan and grand architectural scheme in 1904 campus design comptition.

1911 The Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall.

1937 Mellon Institute

1904-1932 Henry Hornbostel worked on the Carnegie Tech campus plan and its buildings from 1904 to 1932.He also revised and simplified his campus plan in 1906 and again in 1911.

1919 The Court of Honor in Carnegie Institute of Technology

1965 Doherty Hall

1961 Hunt Library

1967 The merger of Carnegie Institute of Technology and Mellon Institute became Carnegie Mellon University School of Urban and Public Affairs ( later called the H. John Heinz III College)。

1987-1990 East Campus design by Dennis, Clark & Associates/ TAMS

2009 Gates and Hillman Center for School of Computer science

1993 Posner Hall by Kallmann Mckinnell and Wood

2018 David A. Tepper Quad is complete after $205 million and three years of construction.

2020 TCS Hall

Carnegie Mllon University 1900 The Carnegie Technical Schools were founded in 1900 in Pittsburgh by Andrew Carnegie.

1904 Thirty-two acres of land adjacent to Schenley Park and became the chosen site for Carnegie Tech.

1905 Groundbreaking for the Carnegie Technical Schools.

1909 The foundation of the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Relocation of University of Pittsburgh to Oakland made it Pittsburgh’s unversity center.

1912-1916 Carnegie Tech’s north and south ranges were planned to house the School of Applied Sciences and the School of Applied Industries respectively. The wings provide for natural lighting, ventilation, and programmatic flexibility, and allowed for phased construction. The School of Applied Design anchors the east end of the through-campus axis

1937 The built of Mellon Institute

1948 The Graduate School of Industrial Administration (later called David A. Tepper School of Business).

1986 School of Computer Science, pioneering computing and artificial intelligence.

1971 Wean Hall by Pittsburgh architect Dahlen Ritchey

1987 Dennis, Clark & Associates/ TAMS winned Unversity Center Competition and Campus Planning.

1999 Purnell Center for the Arts and School of Drama relocated to Purnell

2005 Collaborative Innovation Center

2012-2022 The 10 year plan of future expansion and development in Carnegie Mellon University.

CMU Campus History EVOLUTION OF SITE

1872 In 1868, Mary Schenley gave the city 300 acres in Oakland for a park. Officials bought another 100 acres from her for "Schenley Park" And Mary Schenley gave another gift: land for Schenley Plaza.

1890 The civic center historic district is a noted example of community planning and development following the City Beautiful Movement that guided city planning and urban design in the United States from the mid-1890s through the first decade of the 20th century. The City Beautiful Movement favored boulevards, parks and formal civic buildings in the beaux-arts style. Meanwhile, the Pittsburgh Junction Railroad was constructed in 1883 and opened for traffic in 1884.

1905 Andrew Carnegie built a library, museum and concert hall complex, which opened in 1895. The foundation of the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Oakland civic historic district started to become the Pittsburgh’s unversity center. Franklin Nicola put forth a development plan in the City Beautiful style for Oakland, which included civic, social, residential and educational zones along Bigelow Boulevard.

1909 The foundation of the Carnegie Institute of Technology and Relocation of Western University of Pennsylvania (later called University of Pittsburgh) to Oakland made it become the Pittsburgh’s unversity center.

Art Park Site Evolution

1923 The Carnegie Museum was provided with its own independent space facing Forbes Avenue. At that time Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – main’s entry lobby was redesigned to incorporate two side staircases of Tennessee Marble. Henry Hornbostel used the same architectural language as U.S. Bureau of Mines to design Carnegie Institiute of Technology.

1960-1993 The merger of Carnegie Institute of Technology and Mellon Institute became Carnegie Mellon University. GATF headquarter moved to near CMU on Forbes Ave. and its building was built across the site in 1960s. Frobes-Craig Apartment building was acquired by University of Pittsburgh in 1964. The Wean Hall was designed and built in 1971. The Sarah Mellon Scaife gallery, an addition to the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh in 1974. The Forbes-Craig district became an art-oriented and boutique market area from 1980s-1990s.

Present Days The Collaborative Innovation Center was built in 2005 and meanwhile Carnegie Mellon University Acquired the site. From 2015-2018, David A. Tepper Quad is complete after $205 million and three years of construction. In 2020, TCS Hall will serve as a gateway for those entering the CMU campus from Forbes Avenue


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Base Volume

Panther Hollow Inn & Student Lounge

The Quad & Cut

Mellon College

Setback & View Corridor

Opera House

Connection & Access

Miller ICA & IDeATe


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Teaching Lab Teaching Lab

Sidewalk Vault Science Gallery

Open Lab

IDeATe

Kitchen

Outdoor Up Stepped Exhibition ICA Main Gallery

Outdoor Stepped Exhibition

Freight Lift #1

Science Gallery

Freight Lift #1

Info Grads Space

Quad

Teaching Lab

Up

Up

Grads Office

Teaching Lab

Up

Student Lounge Panther Hollow Inn

HAC Storage & CMoATunnel

Grads Office

Grads Space

Faculty Office Conference Room

IDeATe Up

Kitchen PHI Bar Rathskellar Up

Up

Concourse

Rehearsal Room

ICA

Audience Chamber

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Up

HAC

Booth

Star Dressing Room

MEP Stage

Office

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Audience Chamber

Dressing Room

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Trap

WC WC

ICA

Rehearsal Room

Up

Pit wc

Green Room Lobby

Flexible Dressing Room

Orchestra Locker & Instrumental Storage

B.O.

Stage Roof Terrace Stage Projection

Freight Lift #2

Freight Lift #2 IDeATe

Elephant Door

Scott Bridge

IDeATe Scene & Costume Shop

IDeATe

Scott Bridge

Ground Floor 0’-0” ( +60 ft. from Boundary St.)

Concourse Level -15ft. ( +45 ft. from Boundary St.)

Faculty Office

Grads Space

Faculty Office

Grads Office

Conference Room

Level 2 +15 ft. ( +75 ft. from Boundary St.)

Grads Space

Grads Office

Faculty Office

Grads Space

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Grads Office

Roof Terrace

Faculty Office

Open Lab Kitchen

Grads Space

Faculty Office

Open Lab Kitchen

WC

Grads Office

WC WC

WC

Level 4 +60 ft. ( +120 ft. from Boundary St.)

Level 3 +45 ft. ( +105 ft. from Boundary St.)

Level 7 Dean Suite +105 ft. ( +165 ft. from Boundary St.)

Open Lab

Kitchen

Grads Space

Grads Space Grads Office

Faculty Office

Grads Office

WC WC

Level 5&6 +75 & +90 ft. ( +135 & +150 ft. from Boundary St.)

Level 8 Administrative Office +120 ft. ( +180 ft. from Boundary St.)

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Flyloft Flyloft Projector

+ 45’

Opera House Roof Level

Roof Terrace

+ 30’ Student Lounge

Booth Audience Chamber Stage

B.O.

Miller Main Gallery

IDeATe

Orchestra Locker & Instrumental Storage

Trap

Pit

MEP Parking

Section A-A Quad Section

Stage Projection

IDeATe

+ 15’

Scott/ Wean Bridge Level

0’-0”

Forbes/ Stage Level

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Trap/ IDeATe Level

- 30’

MEP Level

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Parking B3 Level

Parking

- 50’

Parking B4 Level

Parking

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Parking B5 Level

Roof Terrace Scott/ Wean Bridge

IDeATe Scene & Costume Shop

IDeATe

Elephant Door

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Office

Dean’s Suite

MEP

Lab

Grad Space

Grad Space

Lab

Grad Space

Grad Space

Lab

Grad Space

Grad Space

Lab

Grad Space

Grad Space Star Dressing Room

Flexible Dressing Room

Amphitheather

MEP

Roof Terrace

Grad Space

Teaching Lab

Lab

Science Gallery

IDeATe

Student Lounge

Grad Space Teaching Lab Stepped Down Exhibition Miller Main Gallery

Concourse

Amphitheather IDeATe

MEP

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

Parking

ection B-B MCS-OH Section

Section C-C Rehearsal Section

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8. Vocabulary of Assemblies “Material & Assembly Course Works” Instructor: Gerard Damiani Fall 2019, Individual Work

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7. Anchor Bolts 8. Protec�on Board extends 160mm below grade 9. Reinforced Foo�ng Wall 200mm 10. Reinforced Concrete Slab 100mm 11. Rigid Insula�on 90mm 12. Cast-in-place Concrete spread foo�ng

Founda�on + Wood Frame System Detail 2 1. Roof Shea�ng 5/8 in. 2. 2x12 Roof Framing 3. Header 4. Double Top Plate 5. 2x5 Wall Framing 6. Trim Stud

7. Sole Plate 8. Polywood Floor Shea�ng 5/8 in. 9. 2x10 Floor Framing 10. Exterior Wall Shea�ng 5/8 in.


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Founda�on + Steel Frame System Detail 4

Concrete Waffle System Detail 3 7. Slab Reinforcement 8. Protec�on Board extends 160mm below grade

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2. Secondary Beams S12 x 50

8. Anchor Bolts With Se�ng Bed

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4. Slab Reinforcement

9. Bar Reinforcements 10. Solid Column Head

9. Reinforcement Concrete 10.Cast-in-place Foo�ng Wall.

5. Waffle Bars

11. Column Reinforcements

5. Vapor Barrier

1. Solid Column Head 2. Concrete Column With Reinforcement 3. Bars With Reinforcement

6. Reinforcing Transi�on

4. Steel Floor Decking 6. ASTM 325

11.Cast-in-place Foo�ng. 12.Concrete Topping Reinforcement.


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Other works Selected from 2013-2020


Perkins + Will, T. Y. Lin Headquarters Phase II in Chongqing, 2015

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North Perspective View

Ground Floor Plan

10F Floor Plan

2F (Meeting Room) Floor Plan

11F Floor Plan

3F-9F (Leased Office) Floor Plan


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Perkins + Will, Huzhou Silk Culture Center, 2015

Exhibition Space Interior View

Section 1

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Stanley Saitowitz, 2017

Project 1111 Sunset, LA

Project Onni Vine, LA, East Elevation

El Camino

Project Onni Vine, LA, South Elevation

Project 255 Shipley, San Francisco, Project Model


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