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Sp Fa Sp Fa Sp Fa Sp Fa Sp Fa Sp 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 undergrad.

projects project 1 Lakefront Development, China project 2 Design Corps Summer Studio 09, Bryan Bell project 3 MoCA/Redesign, Frank Gehry Studio project 4 Theater project 5 Santa Monica Light Rail Project project 6 Cinema: Container project 7 Ballona Creek Renovation Project project 8 3 Units Housing Project

Fa Sp Fa p grad. 2010 2011 graduate

other works

construction destials sketch parametric design - grasshopper


Projects

Lakefront Development, China Design Corps Summer Studio 09 MoCA/Redesign, Frank Gehry Studio Theater Santa Monica Light Rail Project Cinema: Container Ballona Creek Renovation Project 3 Units-Housing Project


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Project 1

a residential designs located in China’s Lake-front role: design assistant

Project 1 Lake Front Development, China


sunken garden

Project 1: section cut


Project 2 Design Corps Summer Studio 09, Bryan Bell

Hollygrove used be a community full of fellowship; “Bus Shelters� had played an important role in this function. It has never been the same since Hurricane Katrina, we want to revitalize the community by recalling that memory of fellowship with our bus shelter design. We chose hurricane salvaged wood as the symbolic main material.


DETAIL A

PLAN AT STEEL BASE PLATE

construction process


maximum capacity: 12 people (to encourage fellowship) maximum dead load: 3000 lbs maximum wind resistance: 160 mph 2’-143” 1’-887”

WATER PROOFING SYST

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7” 8 39°

7’-141”

6’- 87”

5’-187”

146°

2’-481” Aa

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1’- 41”

3’-941”

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Water Proofing Syst. Section Aa

112°

Bench (Unerneath) Detail

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3” 4

2’-10 81” 2’- 87”

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Dado Cut

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4’- 87” 3’-10 87”

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fabrication details (bench)

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Unerneath Bench Detail 5” 51°

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3” 4 Dado Cut


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Project 3

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Open spaces on Bunker Hill becomes empty after work everyday. MoCA/Redesign’s intention is to use museum as 1) activators by breaking the mus into pavilions and pla them on public spaces, and use them 2) as linkage to draw people onto the current MoCA site, the new core public space. The attempt is to create everyday spaces and encourage social activities.

MoCA/ReDesign, Gehry Partner LLP, post-professional degree


gallery space public program administration educational space

Temporary Exhibition Space: “connecting tissue” that stiches all the pavillions together

circulation program

Galleries step 1: cluster Public Programs

program development

step 2: expansion

step 3: scatter

step 4: morph

Courtyard - to temp. exhibitions Lobby/ Admin.

Gallery B

Angel’s Knoll

Upper Grand

Cal Plaza

Gallery C

Olive St.

Temporary Exhibition Space

site section: shows the relationship between pavillions as “activators” and temporary exhibition space as “connecting tissue”

Gallery C

Lower Grand

section reference


This design concept focuses on people’s “arrival experience”; to subtly transfer audiences from reality (the cityscape) into an imaginary space (theatre) without the awareness of stepping through a threshold - the entrance. This concept is achieved by two methods: 1) the building form radiates out to the busy intersection to welcome audiences’ arriving and 2) the glass facade reduces the threshold to minimum; it also unfolds to create a semi-public/ private space.

concept

Project 4 Theatre, Wilshire Blvd. + Normandie Ave. Los Angeles

an undergraduate year 3 project that used theatre to explore structural design


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detail drawing & 3D model

3rd st. promenade

PCH city map

3D sectional structural model

Project 5 Santa Monica Light Rail Project

This project is located on 4th and Colorado Blvd, where multiple zones converge all-together; thus pedestrian and vehicular circulations are always dense. The fluidity of the design (both form and function) is reponding to the busy urban movement at the intersection, at the same time aiming to alleviate the congestion.


Design Exercise: Container Outdoor Cinema ciname space This design exercise focuses on re-utilizing mundane materials such as containers and using it to create an instant event space; using this exercise to explore outdoor cinema design for the purpose of invigorate urban activities. This container-cinema can be attached on any freight train and travel from city to city, similar to Archigram’s Zeppelin concept. exhibitiona space

balcony

patio

exhibition platform

Project 6

Cinema: container, Geoff Manaugh, editor of BLDGBLOG, post-professional degree


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Project 7 Ballona Creek Renovation Project, Marina del Rey instructor: Yin-Yu Hung, SWA Group

year: 5th, topic: urban landscape

redered: photoshop


The goal of this 5 weeks design exercise is to develop a 3-unit housing a 3 bedroom for families with children. This project is set up to explore a common ground, creating a harmony among various family types with various needs.

Project 8

3-Units Housing

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FRENCH GLASS DOORS, 4’ X 8’ W/ STRUC FRAME OPERABLE WIN. WITH STRU FRAME WIN FACADE, 16’X 8‘

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Other Works

construction details sketch parametric design - grasshopper


These are some of the detail drawings I have done during the CD phase while interning at Rockefeller Partners Architects

construction detail

HEADER DETAIL<>

<DRAWING NUMBER>


WINDOW FRAME<>

<DRAWING NUMBER>

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<DRAWING NUMBER>


Sketches


This project uses algorithm desing to redefine an existing form, mouse, or wall surface that was built in Rhino space, then uses Grasshopper to manipulate its shape and pattern and finish rendered in Maxwell.


Architectural Portfolio/ selected work