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LUCY YANG Architectural Portfolio 2019

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About

Lucy Yang Bachelor of Architectural Science Candidate Ryerson University, Toronto Expected Graduation: June 2019


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Church of Confession

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The Grove

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Welcoming Centre

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Fermata: Bandstand

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Maker’s Co-op

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Duplex

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Model Case Study


01 Church of Confession

Architecture Studio | Fall 2018 In P. Frase’s book “Four Futures”, he explores a possible future of resource abundance paired with an egalitarian society. Advancements in technology and automation allows for all members of society to work and live for the sake of happiness (as any undesirable jobs or tasks will no longer require humans). At first glance, this is a utopian world. However, the use of cloning to fuel the practice of organ harvesting becomes the norm. This project is a church for clones – religion is used as a means to give reason to their existence. Confession is mandatory for quality control.

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Procession through Church

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1. Cast-in-place concrete foundation 2. Concrete structural cores, clad with ipe wood 3. Floor plates 4. Stainless steel diagrid sub-structure 5. Stainless steel panels 6. Aerogel confessional pods - sensory deprivation tanks

Exploded Axonometric 7


Ground Floor Plan

Upper Floor Plan 8


Sectional Perspective 9


02 The Grove

Competition Entry | Fall 2018 Team: Tanya Gradyuk, Juan Jabile, Emma van der Staay This design was submitted for the Silent Meditation Forest Cabin Competition by Breebreeders. The cabin materializes as an extension of the Latvian wildlands by bringing the diverse ecology and nature into the interior building through its haptic sensibilities. The building protects you from the outdoor forces and simultaneously exposes you to the natural environment through the tactile quality of the thick feature wall. This wall is made up of salvaged tree branches that is swallowed up conversely, by the modern encasing shell that holds the rustic branch wall and visiter in place.

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1. Pre-fabricated Roof Assembly : • Norway Spruce Roofing • 15mm Airspace • Waterproof Membrane • 13 mm Plywood Sheathing • 38x184 mm Joist @ 400mm o.c. • 13mm Plywood Sheathing • 15mm Airspace • Norway Spruce Soffit 2. 76x140 mm Structural Ribs 3. Interior Norway Spruce Panels 4. Clerestory Window 5. 38x89 mm Outriggers 6. Pre-finish Aluminium Flashing w/ Drip Edge 7. 38x140 mm Studs @ 600mm o.c. 8. Polycarbonate Panel 9. Found Wood Cladding 10. Steel Cables

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Feature Wall Detail

Sectional Perspective 12

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

Pre-fabricated Roof Assembly Norway Spruce Structural Ribs Pre-Fabricated Wall Assembly Pre-Fabricated Floor Assembly Window Wall Assembly Floor Structure 200mm Concrete Pier Foundation Stainless Steel Cables Norway Spruce Shelf Interior Wood Bundle Stud Framing Clerestory Window Pre-finish Aluminium Flashing Polycarbonate Panels Exterior Wood Bundles Wood Burning Stove Storage

18. Water Closet

Exploded Axonometric

West Elevation

East Elevation

South Elevation

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Floor Plan

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03 Community Centre

Integration Studio II | Winter 2017 Partner: Casey Li Completed in pairs, this project which was completed over the course of 8 months simulated the project phases of a “realworld” design project. Beginning with a feasibility study in our first semester, our research informed our schematic design work. Our design was further refined in the second semester through material development and technical detailing. This community centre strives to convey a sense of “welcome” as its complex program integrates an aboriginal centre, day care, federal immigration offices and a small library.

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Perspective Showing Materiality

Elevation of Entrance

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Model of Entrance


PROPOSED 8 STOREY RESIDENTIAL CO-OP

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PROPOSED 8 STOREY RESIDENTIAL CO-OP

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LANEWAY

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LOADING/ GARBAGE ROOM

ELECTRICAL ROOM

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VALVE ROOM

COMMUNITY KITCHEN

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TELECOM ROOM

STORAGE

WORKSHOP ROOMS

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YOUTH ROOM

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DAYCARE LOBBY MEETING ROOMS

COMM. CENTRE OFFICE

RECEPTION

MECHANICAL ROOM

MULTI-PURPOSE ROOM

PERFORMANCE/ ART DISPLAY PLATFORM

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WAITING AREA

FEDERAL DISPLAY

ABORIGINAL DISPLAY

FEDERAL OFFICES

FEDERAL RECEPTION UP

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ARTIST STUDIO

TEMPORARY ART DISPLAY

LIBRARY

TEMPORARY ART DISPLAY

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Ground Floor Plan QUEEN STREET EAST

Level 1

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SEALED GLAZING UNIT

CUSTOM MULLION COVER WITH FILLET AT CORNERS

CURTAIN WALL MULLION ANCHORED TO CONCRETE

BATT INSULATION

FILLET ON INTERIOR CORNER OF CONCRETE WALL

BACKPAN

FIRE STOP

MARBLE SPANDREL PANEL

CURTAIN WALL ANCHORED TO FLOOR SLAB

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OUTDOOR FLOOR ASSEMBLY: • 80MM CONCRETE PAVING STONE • 25MM SAND • 100MM LOOSE GRAVEL • UNCOMPACTED EARTH

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250MM CONCRETE FOUNDATION WALL

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CONTINOUS AIR/VAPOUR BARRIER

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51MM RIGID INSULATION

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INDOOR FLOOR ASSEMBLY: • 200MM POLISHED CONCRETE SLAB • 51MM RIGID INSULATION • 100MM LOOSE GRAVEL • UNCOMPACTED EARTH

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FORMED METAL BASE

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CONTINUOUS FOOTING

TONGUE AND GROOVE JOINT

FLEXIBLE GYPSUM PANEL

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METAL FRAMING ANCHORED TO STEEL BEAM Z- CHANNEL HAT CHANNEL

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ROOF ASSEMBLY: • 65MM COURSE GRAVEL • WATERPROOF MEMBRANE • 2 LAYERS OF 76MM RIGID INSULATION • AIR/VAPOUR BARRIER • CORRUGATED STEEL DECK

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ALUMINIUM PARAPET CAP

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WALL ASSEMBLY: • CORIAN EXTERIOR CLADDING • 70MM VENTED AIR SPACE • 76MM RIGID INSULATION • AIR/VAPOUR BARRIER • 15MM PLYWOOD SHEATHING

WALL ASSEMBLY: • SOFFIT- PINE SIDING • FURRING STRIPS • 51MM RIGID INSULATION • AIR/VAPOUR BARRIER • 15M PLYWOOD SHEATHING

26MM FLEXIBLE GYPSUM PANEL ATTACHED TO SHELF ANGLE

CURTAIN WALL MULLION ANCHORED TO STEEL BEAM

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TONGUE AND GROOVE JOINT

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SEALED GLAZING UNIT

CUSTOM MULLION COVER WITH FILLET AT CORNERS

FLEXIBLE GYPSUM PANEL

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Section from Entrance to Atrium 21


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Sectional Model of the Atrium Edge Condition 23


04 Fermata : Bandstand

The Small Building | Fall 2018 The modern bandshell should strive to become a sculptural object that highlights the beauty of nature and physics as it draws local communities to public park spaces. Drawing inspiration from the original purpose of bandstands (which were intended to draw city dwellers to return to nature), bandshells should serve as a sculptural object that accentuates its outdoor environment. Fermata is a sculptural object that can be utilized as an acoustical shell for outdoor performance. This object is intended to draw students and community members out to the green space and to accentuate the beauty of the environment around it. The highly polished stainless steel panels reflect the colours of its surrounding environment.

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North Elevation

Floor Plan

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East Elevation

Welded Stainless Steel Panels [Top] Invisible Weld + Polished Seam Welded Stainless Steel Panels [Side] Custom Steel SubFrame

Welded Stainless Steel Panels [Bottom]

Ipe Wood Decking, perforations as needed for steel rods

1� Diameter Steel Rod, Attached to subframe at top and concrete pad at bottom Concrete Pad Foundation

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05 Maker’s Co-op

Design Studio III | Winter 2016 This project was driven by the importance of allowing residents to have a sense of identity, independence and ownership in a co-op building that also values and fosters community. This co-op is targeted towards individuals with the shared interest of actively creating and making their home. Open floor plans allow for flexibility and each unit has full control over its presence to the exterior as well as the hallway. The amenity and common spaces provide the means for these residents to tailor their homes to their needs.

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Site Plan

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ST R EE T C FA E Identity | Independence | Control

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Base 3-Bedroom Unit with fixed washrooms/kitchen placement

This family needs all 3 bedrooms

This family now only needs 2 bedrooms. Jimmy’s room is now an extension of the balcony

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Third Floor Plan

Ground Floor Plan 34


South Elevation

Section Facing North

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06 Corktown Duplex

Design Studio III | Winter 2016 The site faces two contrasting conditions: the loud, busy and vibrant character of King Street versus the quiet community of other residential backyards. Thus, the site acts as a transitional space between these. The intent of this duplex is to act as a filter, controlling the sound and light which enters the space. Light and sound is not only controlled to provide comfortable spaces, but also to create sensory experiences within each unit.

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Ground Floor Plan

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Second Floor Plan

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07 Model Case Study

Advanced Construction Case Studies | Fall 2018 Case study model of the Chesa Futura by Norman Foster + Partners in St. Moritz Switzerland. This model was built at 1:2 scale and is a window sill section, taken along the north faรงade of the Chesa Futura apartment building. This detail was selected because it highlights the use of wood in various applications within the wall: sheathing, build-up for the exterior sill, substructure as well as the exterior cladding. Moreover, this detail highlights the rugged and dynamic texture of the exterior shake cladding which is the result of splitting each shake by hand. This section was also chosen as it highlights the subtle curve that makes the bubble form of this apartment building unique.

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THANK YOU lucy.yang@ryerson.ca

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