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MICHAEL PHAM


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Queen Street West BIA Bike Rack Competition


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HALO 2010

Awarded: $500 Honorarium Feature on: National Post Canadian Cyclist BlogTO Torontoist

Queen Street West BIA Bike Rack Competition

On November 18 2010, OCAD University students Evi K. Hui, Olivier Mayrand and Michael Pham celebrated many months of work collaborating with the Queen Street West Business Improvement Area (BIA), City of Toronto engineers and a manufacturing company to see their designs become reality — 14 newly installed bicycle stands along Queen Street West, between Simcoe and Bathurst streets. Toronto’s Queen Street West BIA unveiled the new bike stands at a celebration generously hosted by The Hideout at 482 Queen West, one of the addresses where stands can be found. The designs for the stands originated in the Gateway Bike Stand Challenge held at OCADU in 2009, where students were challenged to design bicycle stands for the redevelopment of a property at the northwest corner of Queen and McCaul streets in Toronto, a project still in its early stages. The challenge invited students to consider how bicycle stands could be both conceptual urban sculpture and functional urban infrastructure. Two projects from the top five were selected for development by the BIA.

Left to right: OCADU student Michael Pham, Vice-President Finance & Administration Peter Caldwell, OCADU students Evi K. Hui and Olivier Mayrand and Queen St. West BIA Coordinator Laura Schaefer, at the launch of the new bike stands. Photo: Lino Ragno.

“As a jury member in the original competition, I was so impressed with the designs, I felt it was imperative we find a way to incorporate some of them into the Queen Street West streetscape,” explained Marc Glassman, Chair of the Queen Street. West BIA. “I am proud that we were able to collaborate with the City of Toronto, an innovative fabrication company and these talented students to execute their design concepts.”


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Development Process Prototyping and testing of the design HALO


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GATEWAY BIKE STAND l DESIGN PORTFOLIO 9


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Gateway Bike Stand Challenge


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OCAD Bike Stands 2009

Awarded: $1000 Feature on: Globe and Mails Canadian Interiors Green Living Network

Gateway Bike Stand Challenge

On April 17 2009 in the OCAD Auditorium,Toronto Mayor David Miller and OCAD President Sara Diamond announced the winners of the OCAD Gateway Bike Stand Challenge. The goal of this student design competition was to create bike stands for a redevelopment project at 226 Queen Street West, the “gateway” to the Queen Street West neighbourhood to the west and the McCaul Street art corridor to the north. Recognizing the significance of this particular corner and the two corridors that it straddles, architect Robert Chang, together with the property owner of 226 Queen Street West, first proposed a widening of the sidewalks. This would define the “gateway” element of the corner. OCAD students were then challenged to consider how bicycle stands installed on the redeveloped property could be both conceptual urban sculpture and functional urban infrastructure. Thirty-five student teams submitted their designs and ten were shortlisted as finalists. The final ten designs were presented to a jury that included Chang, The Globe and Mail’s Lisa Rochon, Toronto City Councillor Bill Saundercook, Pages Books & Magazines owner Marc Glassman, and Urbane Cyclist owner Nancy Kendrew, as well as OCAD faculty members Bruce Hinds and Colleen Reid.

OCAD Gateway Bike Stand Challenge winners with OCAD President Sara Diamond and Toronto Mayor David Miller. Photo: Lino Ragno.

First-place winners Justin Rosete (second-year Industrial Design) and Erica Mach (second-year Drawing & Painting) will also receive $6000 for their efforts. The other teams that placed collected a grand total of $7000 and are comprised of: second-place winners Kelli EV Hui (second-year Industrial Design) and Olivier Mayrand (second-year Industrial Design); third-place winners Jaeho Shin (third-year Graphic Design) and Jihoon Lee (fourth-year Advertising); fourth-place winner Adam Kereliuk (third-year Industrial Design); and fifthplace winner Michael Pham (second-year Environmental Design).


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Conceptual Idea

As an architecture student, I prefer the design ideas of shapes and forms. Since the best form/shape is the circle suited for the bike stand, I decided to play around with the circle and see how it can be used. I came up with two concepts; first bike stand is a circle stand on concrete. The bottom center of the circle is detached, leaving the bottom right being bend forward and the bottom left being bend backward which provides two legs for the stand and become a swirl like form.

Function as a Bike Stand

The best method for a bike stand to work is that it has to be able to lock three parts to be considered functional. You have to be able to lock the bike frame, the pole (bike stand) and the wheel. If it doesn’t do that then it’s not really a bike stand. The first concept is 2’6” high, giving the circle the diameter of 2’6” wide. The circle accommodate the standard size for the top frame to lock, the width of the circle accommodates the standard size of the two wheels of the bike. All three angle of the bike stand give you preference in how you want to lock your bike and as well of locking three parts, the bike frame, the pole (bike stand), and the wheel.


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Conceptual Idea

The Second bike stand originated from the first design, but the only differences to the circle is adding another circle to it, and rotating both circles in a 10 degree angle so that it cross each other and merge as one form. The concept idea came from dropping a ring figure and watching it spin. Then watching it create another elegant piece of form.

Methods of fabrications

3 face surface steel rod bend into a swirl circle with holes on the legs for anchors. After the form has been made, the steel will be galvanized. The second concept will be similar by adding a second piece which will be welded together and sanded.

Attachment to Concrete

It will either be anchored down by Mushroom-Head Zinc-Coated 6’ Mounting Spike. This zinc-coated spike is used for permanent bike rack mounting in existing concrete. Second method could be precast concrete bicycle rack with rebar, embedded galvanized metal hitching loops and wheel slots for bike support.


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Refined Motion Centre


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refined motion centre


ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

Course: Thesis II: Project Development ENVR4C01 Section 01 2010 Thesis III: Project Development ENVR4C02 Section 01 2011 Professors: Stuart Reid & Lenore Richards

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Refined Motion Centre

Community Farming and Sustainable Food Production Problem The farming spaces in Toronto suburbs are depreciating every year due to market’s demand in new multimillion dollar projects in new plazas and residential neighborhoods and with farming productions too far from the city, it doesn’t make sense for us to farm outside. With more than 50 percent of the world’s population living in the city, there should be food coming from the cities themselves. Yes, it may be easy to just relocate agriculture in our backyard garden, rooftops or parking lot spaces for those who have the luxury to do that. But for those who don’t have those types of spaces, there are allotments or community gardens that are great places to farm because they provide rental spaces ranging between 50 and 400 sq mm with tools and shelter. The only things they don’t provide are essential systems for growing and protecting food from weather climates during the winter. Farming with natural resources via sun, wind, air, shade and rain is out of our control and sometimes lead to damaging our productions. Majority of our current farming trend also leads to waste due to poor management practices. Propose The need of producing food for the farmer’s markets, restaurant, food banks and for our own home is greatly needed if we design an urban farm in the city. The intent urban farm is used for community farming using elements of bio-mimicry that will introduce new environments. The propose structure incorporate system for food production, air purification, power generation and waste management. Food production can become an essential part of the framework and operation of the building, producing bio fuel, filtering water and cooling through the summer while also providing shade. This provides a new brand in urban renewal, sustainable production of safely, taste and personal choice of food. Doesn’t it make more sense if we grow our food in our city with new methods of technology that will shape how we do production?


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Plans

GROUND FLOOR

SECOND FLOOR

THIRD FLOOR

Sections

SOUTH SECTION

EAST SECTION


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Elevations


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Concept Model


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PRESENTATION

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PRESENTATION

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THESIS MODEL SHOWCASE: OCAD University “The Show Off”: the 96th Annual Grad Exhibition


ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Course: Thesis III: Project Development ENVR4C02 Section 01 2011 Professors: Stuart Reid & Lenore Richards

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THESIS MODEL SHOWCASE: OCAD University “The Show Off”: the 96th Annual Grad Exhibition OCAD University is pleased to present work of the class of 2011 The Show Off, the 96th Annual Graduate Exhibition. The class of 2011, an eclectic mix of more than 500 graduating students working in twelve undergraduate programs, will exhibit work from a broad spectrum of disciplines, ranging from drawing and painting, printmaking, photography, criticism and curatorial practice, integrated media and sculpture/installation in the Faculty of Art; to advertising, environmental, industrial and graphic design, illustration and material art and design (jewellery, fibre and ceramics) in the Faculty of Design. This year’s show will transform the university’s main building and the acclaimed Sharp Centre for Design into the biggest exhibition of the year.

OCADU student Michael Pham is proud of his thesis “The Refined Motion Centre”


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CHERRY BEACH HABITAT


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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN

Course: Exploration Studio/Personal Space ENVR2K01 Section 04 2008 Professors: Stuart Reid

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CHERRY BEACH HABITAT Introduction

Designers are given a designated site in Toronto; Cherry Beach, High Park, Gardiner Expressway, Humber River and Bloor Street Viaduct. The goal is to design a beautiful Habitat that is idiosyncratic, intimate and essentially hermitic place for them selves. This building has to fit the site, it is to be no larger then 150 sq. ft, it has to be environmentally friendly by finding green technology resources for energy, water and heat. It is an Ecological Habitat where you will be sleeping, studying, cooking, relaxing and enjoying the space around you.

Background

Cherry Beach is a public beach on Lake Ontario, just east of Toronto Harbour. Its use to be called Clarke Beach Park and had once been a heavily utilized industrial zone. When the area was abandoned and left to a toxic fate, it also developed an unsavory reputation as a site for the police to intimidate homeless and drunk denizens. Despite the warning signs, armed with branches, empty bottles, wine glasses and whatever else was lying around, there was closely a empty space longing for ecological architecture, the Cherry Beach Habitat will offers a far more mysterious and evocative atmosphere.

History

Cherry Beach was once connected to the Toronto Islands, until a storm in 1858 smashed a gap in the peninsula. That gap is now called the Eastern Gap that leads to Toronto Harbour, and is an essential shipping channel. Since the gap is so narrow, though (a few hundred feet), it’s easy to paddle or sail from the Cherry Beach mainland to the Islands for recreation. The beach was made semi-famous in a 1980s song by Pukka Orchestra, called “Cherry Beach Express,” It was about the beach’s reputation as a place where Toronto police would allegedly take criminals to be beaten.


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Cherry Beach Toronto Ontario

Site

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Attractions

Cherry Beach runs several hundred meters/yards long, and is about 100 feet wide at its widest point. Especially in recent years, with efforts to clean up Lake Ontario near Toronto, the water is swimmable, and lots of boating and recreational activities take place here. Others include Kite Surfing, Sailing, Canoeing/Kayaking and Windsurfing. Nearby, there are food and entertainment available at The Docks, a bar/restaurant/nightclub facility that also has a drive-in movie theatre, driving range and other attractions.

Observation

Cherry Beach Park itself has grassy areas with picnic tables, and is a popular place for dog walkers. Free parking is available to the east of the roundabout at the entrance of the park. There are a lot of trees that surround the beach and also provide tons of shade areas. There are two big trees located in the centre of the beach beside the snack and washroom. Still there isn’t much landscape around the beach, a few rocks, and stones. The water is very clean and clear. Beach provides a scene of nature, very quiet, peaceful and relaxing. There are perfect views everywhere, bright blue skies, cloudy mist and colorful orange sunset. The beach smells good and you can hear the sound of nature, birds singing and winds blowing.


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Structure The focus of this structure is design to be simple for 2 people to construct. This design is base on deck construction with the key material being recyclable wood as the main resource. This design is building 3 decks on top of each other using 2”x8” and 10”x20” wood beams constructed similarly to truss construction using steal plates and anchor to hold the structure together just like the AGO Fascia structure. The ground structure will be wood beams with concrete footing buried 5’ deep under soil and water.


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Deconstructive After one year of living, the habitat will be deconstructed. The reason why the unique deck was design is that part of it can be left behind for cherry beach because the Cherry beach has an old run down deck that is deteriorating. This gives the beach an ornament of architecture that is needed for beauty so people can use it for boats, water activities, fishing or just relaxing under the sun.


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Hinduism Community Centre


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ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Course: Myths, Beliefs and Imagery ENVR3B17 Section 01 2009 Professors: Colleen Reid

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Hinduism Community Centre Reincarnation Concept

The concept of this community centre will be the representation express through reincarnation. Reincarnation is a life cycle that never ends; the life that ends will be reborn again into a new life depending on the law of karma. With this idea, we can use it as a platform in our building to represent a never ending circulation as the Hindu calls it the “the great journey”. The idea is to enter the building from the entrance and exit the building from the same entrance. There is no exit, but a movement around the building, a circulation returning to the origin of the entrance, “the cycle of life”.

Space & Activities

There will be a loading space, foyer, storage room, electrical room, janitor’s room, elevator, stairs, office, gym, kitchen, cafeteria, class rooms, and a temple space. There will be Vidya Kendra Class every Sunday morning similar to Christian Sunday school. Vidya Kendra School will teach cultural and religious education, also teach language and other practices. There will also be fun classes such as music, art & craft, Hindu dance and Yoga. There will be worship time at the temple space. There will be ceremonies, events, dances and other activities held in the gym space.

Functional elements

There will be handicap accessibilities for people with handicap disabilities. The building will have wheel chair accessibility, the elevator will have visible button located 4 ft high for people in wheel chair. There will be voice announcement through out the building. There will be rails and ramps.


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The Dynasty Restaurant 3210 Danforth Avenue Scarborough, ON M1L 1C1

Temple Space If you approach these temples with faith in them, you will know that each time you visit them you come away purified, with your faith more and more in the living god. It is believe we must cleanse our bodies, our minds, and our hearts, and we should enter them in a prayerful mood, and ask God to make us pure men and women for having entered his portals.

Site & Location

In the east side of Toronto, there is a large community of Hindus located in the Danforth area between Victoria Park and Warden. There are outdoor festival, activities, and events happening during special holidays. There are Hindu super markets, restaurants, bars, and clubs located along the Danforth Street. As a good location for the community, the building will be located on Danforth and Pharmacy. The exterior of the Hindu Community Centre will be saffron stucco. There will be exterior curtain walls on the second floor. The interior will be filled with different colors that will define each space and each color will represent mood and feelings according to Hindu’s belief.

Symbols & Colors

The two major symbols are Om and the Lotus Flower. The Lotus will be located on the floor in front of foyer and the Om will be located on the first and second floor. There will be one statue of the main God Brahma located in the temple space. There will be gold brass rails. The color saffron is commonly used in Hindu temples, exterior elements of the building as well as material inside the interior. The following color will be used; saffron represents fire and purity, green is known for life and happiness, yellow for knowledge and learning, white for a little of everything such as purity, peace, and knowledge, blue for bravery, manliness, determination and dealing with struggle, and red is meant for sensuality, purity and happiness usually for ceremonies.


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Citified Temple


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CITIFIED TEMPLE


ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN Course: Architectural Design Studio 1 GDES4B05 Section 01 2011 Professors: Jeremy Bowes

Citified Temple

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NARRATIVE The Citifed Temple is located on York and Wellington; it is the financial district courtyard right beside Toronto Dominion Tower (TD building). During the day, many business people come and take a break from work, either eating their lunch or watching the view or just relaxing and feeling the environment around them. I spend a lot of time here because i worked for a moving company that moves furniture for TD Bank, spending a lot of time in the underground terminal and courtyards. It is very tiring walking around from one zone to another, that’s why most people visit the outdoor courtyard to get away from the distractions and stress. When I’m here, I can senses the feeling of nature with the white blue skies, wide green grass, waving tree branches and birds singing. It’s a small portion of nature in the middle of the city. To me this is a wonderful space for the city temple. A place for nature and to feel nature because we are over populated with business towers and we can’t breathe here. This city temple will consist of landscapes, trees, and water. It will represent a symbol of tranquility, a place to revive ourselves like the fountain of youth. This temple not only brightens our day, but brightens the city as a whole. This temple provides urbanism and sustainability and hopefully introduces new ecological methods. The Citified Temple is a small glass tower comprise of curtain walls. There are 6 entries on each side. The centre of the building is installed with a structural trellis form with growing plants hung and wrap around the trellis. The ornament represents the tree as the temple of nature. Inside the trellis, there is a pool of water filled with Lily Pads and swimming fishes. Around the trellis are circulating stairs that leads you to the temple area.


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MUNGE LEUNG DESIGN

KINGBLUE SALES OFFICE

171 E Liberty St #290, Toronto, ON M6K 3P6 (416) 588-1668 www.mungeleung.com

Project King Blue Condos Toronto is a new condo project by Easton’s Group of Hotels currently in pre-construction at 355 King St W in Toronto. Available condos start in the mid $200,000’s. The project has a total of 807 units.

Scope Prepare 3D perpectives (lounge area) Prepare 3D sketch presentations (lounge area) Prepare drawing packages Work on the words of ART & CULTURE (hallway)

Software AutoCAD Sketch Up ART & CULTURE by Michael & Team


PRESENTATION LOUNGE - SKETCH

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PRESENTATION LOUNGE - SKETCH

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ROSEWOOD AT BAHA MAR


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MUNGE LEUNG DESIGN

ROSEWOOD AT BAHA MAR

171 E Liberty St #290, Toronto, ON M6K 3P6 (416) 588-1668 www.mungeleung.com

Project Rosewood Hotels and Resort at Baha Mar is known for its luxury brand and sophistication. It comprises of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom residences plus 5 detached 4 bedroom beach villas which are all overlooking the beach, at the Bahama Riviera. The Rosewood Hotel And Resort brand has had a successful history managing exclusive luxury properties in the Caribbean and will operate and manage a 200 room luxury resort including residences and villas at Baha Mar. Not only is the Rosewood brand known for its exceptional personalized one on one attention, it is also known for it’s exquisite attention to detail. Rosewood Hotel and Resort was established in 1979 and each luxury hotel is designed to enhance every aspect of a guest experience by reflecting a locations culture, history and geography.

Scope Prepare 3D perpectives (salon area) Prepare 3D sketch presentations (salon area)

Software AutoCAD Sketch Up


PRESENTATION SALON - SKETCH

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PRESENTATION SALON - SKETCH

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DENZEN MANSION


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YANG DESIGN INC.

DENZEN MANSION

7240 Woodbine Avenue, Suite 217 Markham, On, L3R 1A4 (416) 913-4053 http://epicviz.com

Project The 7,000-square-foot mansion was renovated to increase back space and patio for a swimming pool. The mansion consist of archs, dome, detail moldings and windows. The driveway and garage too has been changed.

Scope Build entire 3D on Sketch Up Prepare 3D perpectives (exteriors) Prepare 3D sketch presentations (exteriors) Prepare drawing packages

Software AutoCAD Sketch Up


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PRESENTATION FRONT EXTERIOR - COMPUTER RENDER WATER COLOR


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PRESENTATION BACK EXTERIOR - COMPUTER RENDER WATER COLOR


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THE BOAT


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FREELANCE

THE BOAT BAR

44 Sullivan St Toronto, On, M5T 1C1 (416) 339-5984

Project

ca.linkedin.com/pub/michaelpham/36/32b/996/

The Boat opened in 1976 as a top-notch Portuguese seafood restaurant. In 2005 It became a cross between a seedy motel and a ferry boat. The Boat is a floor-shaking dance party night club. Live weeknight music comes courtesy of DJ Keith Hamilton, who sometimes dresses as a sea captain. Boys wear oversized glasses, ’80s sweatbands and short shorts; girls go for the market’s best vintage. In October of 2010 the Boat changed hands with William Lam as the new owner. The Boat is now reaching back into it’s history and working hard at re-establishing it’s identity as a working restaurant with entertainment for it’s patrons. 416-593-9218 158 Augusta Ave. , Toronto , Ontario M5T 2L5

Scope Design the LOGO Make light box Laser cut logo and spray paint logo on wall surface Prepare drawing packages Renovation Proposal (add VIP seatings)

Software AutoCAD Sketch Up


EXISTING EXTERIOR & NEW EXTERIOR New logo designed by Michael

Creative light box by Michael


EXISTING PLAN

PROPOSED PLAN

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CAFE PROPOSAL


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FREELANCE

THE CAFE PROPOSAL

44 Sullivan St Toronto, On, M5T 1C1 (416) 339-5984

Project

ca.linkedin.com/pub/michaelpham/36/32b/996/

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The cafe is a proposal done to bid on a 1000 sq ft space located in Pacific Mall. The client main focus is on: 3D ceiling and the multi floor set up. The wall, the color of the floor, furnitures and black cabinet will have a industrial concrete feeling. All glass have high visibility from the outside. With a bar table facing outside.

Scope Pepare presentation drawings


CONCEPT - IDEAS CAFE - EXTRUDED CEILING

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CONCEPT - IDEAS CAFE - MULTI LEVEL FLOOR

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PRESENTATION CAFE - COMPUTER SKETCH RENDER

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PRESENTATION CAFE - COMPUTER SKETCH RENDER

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