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SIFEI MO ARCHITECTURE DESIGN PORTFOLIO

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO + UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN


TANGENT GALLERY

FORTRESS STUDIO

RED DOOR GALLERY

FUN HOUSE GALLERY

MICHIGAN HOT GLASS

CHRYSLER FWY

WOODWARD AVE.

ILLUMINANCE WALL_NORTH END GALLERY

GRAND AVE.

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M1 RAIL STATION

PIQUETTE AVE.

DETROIT GREENWAY INITIATIVE

SITE PROPOSED GREENWAY

EDSEL FORD FWY

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FORD PIQUETTE AVENUE PLANT

COLLEGE FOR CREATIVE STUDIES PECK PARK

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY

DETROIT PUBLIC LIBRARY

ART CENTER COMMUNITY GARDEN

VACANT PARK RECREATION

REVIEW CONTEMPORARY GALLERY

NETWORK STUDIO 2014 FALL

DELL PRYOR GALLERY

VACANT HOUSE PROJECT HIGH VACANCY RATE BECOMES A POTENTIAL TO FORM AN ARTIISTS COMMUNITY SUCH AS THE POWER HOUSE PRODUCTION AND MARON STREET NEAR HIGHLAND PARK

The N’Namdi Center for Contemporary Art

DETROIT ARTISTS MARKET

DETROIT ART INSTITUTE

THE SCARAB CLUB


CHRYSLER FWY

EDSEL FORD FWY

MANSUR ST.

HASTINGS ST.

HARPER AVE.

RUNNING TRACK BIKE LANE THEATER OUTDOOR BASKETBALL COURT

ART WORKSHOP ST ANTONIE ST.

RECREATION CENTER

ART WORKSHOP

PIQUETTE AVE. OUTDOOR POOL INDOOR SWIMMING POOL

BEAUBIEN ST. ART GALLERY GREENWAY INITIATIVE

CHURCH ART GALLERY

TOWARD WOODWARD LIBRARY

FORD PIQUETTE PLANT

CHURCH

WORKING RAILWAY

BRUSH ST.

THE CULTURE HUB


THE CULTURE HUB

TATE MODERN TURBINE HALL_LONDON

DETROIT

ART GALLERY PERSPECTIVE

NETWORK STUDIO

INDOOR SWIMMING POOL PERSPECTIVE

RENDERING + COLLAGE

The objective of the project is to create a culture center that daylighting the art industry within the community as arts and cultures are on the front line of reinventing Detroit, and at the same time provide a destination for the Greenway initiative. There are three major factors that makes 461 Piquette Ave the site for the hub: the adjacency to the proposed greenway, the approximation to the existing gallery and education facility and the potential of introducing more art making in the vacant house. When we talk about greenway in this project, we are refering to the bike route in the greenway initiative design which serves as a medium to connect the selected site to the larger detroit area. There are a lot of vacant house north to the site, which becomes potential neighborhoods for art creation and


PLAN B 1/32”

B

C

DANCING STUDIO

WORKSHOP WORKSHOP

a

A INDOOR SWIMMING POOL

ART GALLERY LIBRARY

CHILDREN READING AREA RECREATION RECEPTION

RESTAURANT

b

PHYSICAL MODEL

THEATER BOX OFFICE

C

PLAN A 1/32”


SECTIONS

PIQUETTE AVE.

GREENWAY

SECTION C_c SECTION 1/32” C_c 1/32”

SECTION C_c 1/32”

GREENWAY

PIQUETTE AVE.

SECTION B_b SECTION 1/32” B_b 1/32”

SECTION B_b 1/32”


THE CULTURE HUB SECTION C_c 1/32”

DETROIT

SITE MODEL

B_b small gallery inspired bySECTION the1/32” way mattresses factory operated. The hub serves as an information distribution center that connects to galleries intellectually by educating people through hands on workshop and gallery that exhibit works from the workshop. Instead of having a traditional institutionalized gallery, gallery in the hub would present the production and installation spaces that are in the spirit of the art projects in Detroit. Making arts as an essential part of the post-industrial Detroit branding

creates employment opportunity and ejects new money into Detroit’s economy. It is envisioned that the hub would bring attention to those gallery and art project that are hidden in the neighborhood and at the same time attracting more artist or organization like (Design 99) to transform Detroit from an industrial metropolitan into an Art town. Connection to the greenway is another important aspect as the greenway connected back to the larger city. The proposed greenway is the priority one that runs from downtown all the way up to Highland Park. The hub serves as a destination for the one that branch out from the main route. Together with the greenway, the hub could appropriate art project that are in further north neighborhood like the powerhouse production neighborhood or to project in downtown Detroit. The existing industrial building blocks the access to the greenway and therefore bringing the greenway to the hub is an approach to build the continuity of the greenway and provide access to the greenway at street level. Not only did the hub merging with the greenway physically and formally, recreation programs are also brought to the hub.

SECTION A_a 3/64”


STUDIES MODEL

MODELS

SECTIONAL MODEL

DETAIL OF SECTIONAL MODEL

SERVICE ROOMS (EG. CHANGING ROOM/ BATHROOMS) ARE HIDDEN IN THE THICK WALLS


Model | Intertwines programs and forms

Structure system of the recreation ModelThe | Intertwines programs and forms center is very significant to the project. It is a very prominent part of the project as Morphasis were presenting large amount of document about the truss system. Besides acting as a structure grid for the architecture, the enormous truss also serveofasthe a spatial device that itis seperated programs The Structure system recreation center very significant to FALL 2014 but at the same time connected all the spaces as a whole. the project. It is a very prominent part of the project as Morphasis

PRECEDENT STUDY

MORPHOSIS _ UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI CAMPUS

were presenting large amount of document about the truss system. The study model emphasize the structure grid by building the solid RECREATION Besides acting as a structure grid for the architecture, the enor- CNTER truss at the same carvedcenter into the truss for the The and Structure system of time the recreation is very significant to intertwinthe project. It is a very mous truss also serve asasaMorphasis spatial device that it seperated programs prominent part of the project were presenting large amount of document about ing programs. Visitors of the building will constantly aware of but at thesystem. sameBesides time connected all the grid spaces asarchitecture, a whole. the enormous truss the truss acting as a structure for the other activity around them. The scale figures are printed on transalso serve as a spatial device that it seperated programs but at the same time connected all parent strip and arrange into a amorphous shape as human activthe spaces as a whole. The study emphasize the structure grid bythe building the solid The studymodel model emphasize the flows structure grid bythe building solid and at the same ity pattern is like fulid that within building. It truss could be time carved into the same truss for the intertwining programs. Visitors the intertwinbuilding will constantly truss and at the time the truss forof the seen in the model that thecarved goal ofinto “creating urban density” is well aware of other activity around them. The scale figures are printed on transparent strip and ing programs. Visitors of the building will constantly aware of achived in athe recreation center. arrange into amorphous shape as human activity pattern is like fulid that flows within the other activity around them. The figures are printed on transbuilding. It could be seen in the model thatscale the goal of “creating urban density” is well achived in the parent strip and arrange into a amorphous shape as human recreation activ- center. ity pattern is like fulid that flows within the building. It could be seen in the model that the goal of “creating urban density” is well achived in the recreation center.


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FORM STUDIO 2013 FALL


M O

Add A Room


Analysis

PLAN A PLAN A

PLAN A

PLAN A

PLAN A

PLAN A PLAN A

PLAN A

PLAN B PLAN B

PLAN B

PLAN B

PLAN A

PLAN A

PLAN C PLAN C

PLAN B PLAN B

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN B

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN B

PLAN B

OPENING

COMPOSITION-MISALIGNMENT

PLAN C

PLAN C PLAN B PLAN C PLAN B

PLAN B

PLAN A

PLAN A

AXONMATRIC VIEW

OPENING ANALYSIS _APPROPRIATE SPACE

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS ` MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - -DIAGRAMS ` ` MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS ` ` ` ` ` HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA`HOUSE HOUSEDIAGRAM DIAGRAM--DIAGRAMS DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA ` ` `

ELEVATON c

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS SCALE 1:1 MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS

MORIYAMA HOUSE SITE PLAN _ ANALYSIS DIAGRAM

PUBLIC vs. PRIVATE

N

TWO IN ONE HOUSE DESIGN

RIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS

MODEL

SCALE 1:1

ELEVATON c

ELEVATON D ELEVATON D

ELEVATON A

ELEVATON B

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS SCALE 1:1

PHOTO OF MORIYAMA HOUSE MORIYAMA HOUSE ANALYSIS


PLAN C

PLAN C PLAN B

PLAN B PLAN A PLAN B

PLAN C

PLAN B

PLAN B

PLAN B

PLAN C

PLAN B

PLAN A

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN B

PLAN C

PLAN C

C NALP

C NALP

PLAN B

C NALP

PLAN C

PLAN C

PLAN B

B NALP

C NALP B NALP

PLAN C

PLAN B

C NALP B NALP

B NALP

C NALP

PLAN C

PLAN B

OPENING

AXONMATRIC VIEW

AMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS

SMARGAI

`

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS

SMARGAI

`

ELEVATON D

ELEVATON c

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS SCALE 1:1

ELEVATON c

ELEVATON B

ELEVATON A ELEVATON D

D NOTAVELE

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS

MODEL

SCALE 1:1

B NOTAVELE

A NOTAVELE

SCALE 1:1

SNOITAVELE - MARGAID ESUOH AMAYIROM

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS

1:1 ELACS

PHOTO OF MORIYAMA HOUSE

SISYLANA ESUOH AMAYIROM

MORIYAMA HOUSE ANALYSIS

c NOTAVELE


Re-Do

DN

UP

DN UP

DN

UP UP

TWO in ONE HOUSE GROUND FLOOR

The project is inspired by SANNA’s Moriyama House (2005) in Tokyo, Japan. Mr. Moriyama and six tenants live in the complex while the misaligned windows provide them with privacy. Also, the openings of Moriyama House appropriate space in different ways and give ownership to the residents within the complex. Carrying the idea of a house with different families, Two in One House starts with the idea of solving the contemporary issue of young couples with children who tend to move in with their retired parents. The design of the house is aimed at providing the two related yet separate families with privacy and, at the same time, moments that could be shared within the space. Two in One House was developed with the idea of appropriating space, not only through opening, but the overlapping use of space between the two families.


SCALE 1:1

MORIYAMA SCALE 1:1

RAM - DIAGRAMS AGRAMS RAM - DIAGRAMS GRAMS

COMPOSITION-MISALIGNMENT OPENING ANALYSIS _APPROPRIATE SPACE

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAG MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM -D ` ` ` MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAG ` HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIA MORIYAMAMORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS `

ELEVATON c

`

ELEVATON D

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - ELEVATIONS

MODEL

SCALE 1:1

PHOTO OF

MORIYAMA HOUSE SITE PLAN _ ANALYSIS DIAGRAM

PUBLIC vs. PRIVATE

N

TWO IN ONE HOUSE DESIGN

MORIYAMA HOUSE DIAGRAM - DIAGRAMS


StudioI | “Redo” TWO IN ONE HOUSE

01 S-Elevation Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0” E-Elevation 02 Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

DIAGRAM 01 CIRCULATION N.T.S.

CIRCULATION DIAGRAM

N-Elevation 03 Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

A 04 SECTION Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

VS. SEMI-PUBLIC 02 PRIVATE N.T.S.

B 05 SECTION Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0” C 06 SECTION Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

D 07 SECTION Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

VS. SEMI-PUBLIC 02 PRIVATE N.T.S.

SECTION E 08 Scale: 3/16” = 1’-0”

VS. SEMI-PUBLIC 02 PRIVATE N.T.S. TWO IN ONE HOUSE DIAGRAM VS. SEMI-PUBLIC 02 PRIVATE N.T.S.


DIAGRAM 01 CIRCULATION N.T.S.

DN

UP

DN DN

UP UP

TWO IN ONE HOUSE DN DN

UP DN DN

DN DN

UP UP

DIAGRAM 01 CIRCULATION N.T.S. TWO FAMILIES ARRANGEMENT

DN

03

N.T.S.

DIAGRAM 01 CIRCULATION N.T.S.

UP

DN

DN

UP UP

UP UP UP

UP

DIAGRAM 01 CIRCULATION N.T.S.

OPENING (APPROPRIATING SPACE) 04 N.T.S.

TWO FAMILIES ARRAGEMENT

03 N.T.S.ARRANGEMENT FAMILIES 03 TWO N.T.S. TWO FAMILIES ARRAGEMENT

PLANS

GROUND 03 FLOOR N.T.S.

DN

DN

DN

DN

GROUND FLOOR GROUND FLOOR

TWO FAMILIES ARRANGEMENT 03 N.T.S.

DN

DN

DN DN

DN

DN

DN

DN

TWO FAMILIES ARRANGEMENT UP

FAMILIES ARRANGEMENT 03 TWO N.T.S.

DN

SECTIONS

UP

UP UP

OPENING (APPROPRIATING SPACE) 04 N.T.S. DN

DN

OPENING (APPROPRIATING SPACE) 04 N.T.S.

(APPROPRIATING SPACE) 04 OPENING N.T.S. 04 OPENING (APPROPRIATING SPACE)

ELEVATIONS

N.T.S.

CROSS SECTIONS

UP


Jack Ching Circus Performer Age 29 200 miles

Edward King Student Age 13 1 mile

Lily White High School Student Age 15 1 mile

Livia Kenzo Housewife Age 31 1 mile

Adam Bear Photographer Age 54 25 miles

Kate Kenzo Kindergarten Age 4 1 mile

Kevin Nelson Student Age 12 1 mile

GROUND OPENNING EVENT

Emma Holl Architect Age35 30 mile

Steven Johnson Construction Worker Age 41 8 miles

Philip Smith Teacher Age 41 1 mile Adam Smith Elementrary School Age 6 1 mile

Coco Brown Architecture Student Age 23 100 miles Thomas Roth Director of the Culture Center Age 50 15 miles

Peter Koolhass Sponsor of the Material Age 66 100 miles

Zaha Smith Tourist (Accountant) Age 27 300 miles

Sara Strong Tourist (Accountant) Age 23 300 miles

Stephonie Hong Architecture Student Age 22 100 miles

Kelly Ford Art History Student Age 22 100 miles

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Group of Student in the Teen Workshop Studio Age 13-17 3-10 miles

Vincent Lee Teen Workshop Studio Instructor Age 35 15 miles

Young Hill Artist Age 30 56 miles

BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER GROUND BREAKING EVENT

DRAWING | 40” X 32”

The opening event would be a week-long to a month-long installation project to promote the future construction of the cultural center. The steel cables form a structure that could be a surface to walk on and, at the same time, becomes “Superfurniture” such as benches and tables for people to hang out on. The people participating in the event are being called out with information on their name, occupation, age and how far they traveled. The characters suggested the type of audience (usually younger generations) that would be attracted by the future cultural center.

PROGRAM STUDIO

2014 WINTER


7:00-8:00 8:00-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-11:00 11:00-12:00 13:00-14:00 14:00-15:00 15:00-16:00 17:00-18:00 Theater

18:00-19:00 19:00-20:00

Exhibition Hall

20:00-21:00 21:00-22:00 22:00-23:00

Lobby PreSchool Art Program After School Art Program

Teen’s Dancing Studio Adult’s Dancing Studio

Visual Art Studio for Adult

Rehersal

Family Open Studio

Certified Art Course

Teen Studio

Reading Club

STUDY OF INTERACTION

Interaction | SYNERGY BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER OPEN UP THE FLOORS FOR INTERACTION AND ROOF GARDERN

The Project site is situated in Braddock, in the eastern suburbs of Pittsburgh in Allegheny County in a parking lot in front of the first Carnegie Mellon Library. The project requires a cultural center there to address one of the social issues Interaction | SYNERGY BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER in Braddock. The goal of the design is to create a cultural center with education as the emergent program that is embedded in the visitors’ experiences. Interaction would be a main part of the cultural center. The different kinds of interactions created by the space are investigated in the very first stage through the diagrams.

BRADDOCK SYNERGY CULTURE CENTER

Int


SYNNERY BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER DIAGRAM

Will Carter Visual Art Student Age 18 8 miles

Alicia Simon Housewife Age 30 15 mile

Steven Johnson Construction Worker Age 41 8 miles

Irene Watson Student (Major in Film) Age 20 9 mile

Sara Snow Actress Age 27 15 mile Philip Smith Teacher Age 41 1 mile Adam Smith Elementrary School Age 6 1 mile

DRAWING | 40” X 32”

Adam Bear Photographer Age 54 25 miles

Lily White High School Student Age 15 1 mile Livia Kenzo Housewife Age 31 1 mile Kate Kenzo Kindergarten Age 4 1 mile Vincent Lee Teen Workshop Studio Instructor Age 35 15 miles

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Group of Student in the Teen Workshop Studio Age 13-17 3-10 miles

Zaha Smith Tourist (Accountant) Age 27 300 miles Sara Strong Tourist (Accountant) Age 23 300 miles Edward King Student Age 13 1 mile Jack Ching Circus Performer Age 29 200 miles

Kevin Nelson Student Age 12 1 mile Emma Holl Architect Age35 30 mile Thomas Roth Director of the Culture Center Age 50 15 miles Peter Koolhass Sponsor of the Material Age 66 100 miles

Young Hill Artist Age 30 56 miles Coco Brown Architecture Student Age 23 100 miles Stephonie Hong Architecture Student Age 22 100 miles Kelly Ford Art History Student Age 22 100 miles


Inspired by the grand opening event, the cultural center focuses on informal education, which is promoted by the interaction of space. Such interaction could provide different educational experiences. For example, the exhibition hall would provide a view looking into the back stage, the lobby space provides an opportunity to see the rehearsal space, etc. The promotion of informal education could then bring the younger generation back to Braddock, a town that lost its population and most of the population there now is seniors.


SYNNERY BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER

PLANS

up

up

up

up

Ground Plan


up

Roof Plan


Folded Skin Skin

| SYNERGY BRADDOCK CULTURE CENTER


SITE: PARKING GARAGE 5th Floor | PAPER The first project of the three requires paper to be used as a medium. The folding technique was used for the theater. The ceiling height is only seven feet. The ceiling for the parking lot is cut so that the theater structure can extend to the next level. The contraction and expansion of space is emphasized when entering the theater. The triangles on the right are inspired by the idea of super furniture, which can either be a playground, seats, tables, etc.

OCCUPY X3 2014 WINTER


SITE: SWIMMING POOL IN CCRB | CAST The second project of the three requires using cast as a technique. The warm and humid atmosphere lead us to search for material that has the same warm and humid feeling: felt. We start with alternating the programs with felt as the theme and requires all the visitors to wear a felt cape in the changing room of the original pool. The big structure is cast with wax and felt to creating a marble-like feeling.

OCCUPY X3 2014 WINTER


SITE: UNIVERSITY MUSEUM _ UMMA The last project of the three requires found objects to be used as a medium. The previous experiment involving felt cast in wax led us to decide to further the experiments. We made a model with chicken wire and then soaked the felt in melted wax. Once the felt and wax is cool and resting on the model it forms a hard “wax-felt” shell.

OCCUPY X3 2014 WINTER


BATH HOUSE I

RHINO VRAY ILLUSTRATOR PHOTOSHOP

2013 SUMMER N

sECTION B-B

SECTION A-A


SUN SUN

BATH HOUSE II 2013 SUMMER

Winter

Summer

SUN

SUN

Sun Path Diagram

Exploded Axon

Circulation Diagram


Up

Up

Tepidarium Up

Up

Frigidarium Caldarium

Laconicum

Up

Tepidarium Frigidarium Caldarium

Laconicum

Up

PLAN A-1

PLAN A-1

Up

Up

Up

Caldarium Tepidarium

Frigidarium

Up

Caldarium Tepidarium

Frigidarium

PLAN A-2

PLAN A-2

3/32”=1’-0”

3/32”=1’-0”

Up

N

N

Up

Up

Up

Palaestra

PLAN A-3 Palaestra

PLAN A-3

up Down up

up Down up

3/32”=1’-0”

up

PLAN A-4

up

3/32”=1’-0”

N

3/32”=1’-0”

N

PLAN A-4

SECTION C-C


Physical Model

Rendering


REP. 2014 FALL

PHOTOSHOP

PROMISCUOUS PLAN 18”X18”


REP. 2014 FALL

RHINO ILLUSTRATOR

TRIPLE AXON 18”X18”


REP. 2014 FALL

GOOGLE EARTH PHOTOSHOP

DOME DISGUISE 18”X18”


DIGITAL REP.

BARCELONA CHAIR

MIES

2013 WINTER

1

Apply the famous “IKEA” instruction into the assembly of Barcerlona Chiar becomes an irony as the Barcerlona Chair was designed for the emporer in Spain and furniture in IKEA was considered as affordable furniture.

2

RHINO ILLUSTRATOR 3

4

6

5

7

8

29 1/2”

29 1/2”

30 1/4”

30”

30 1/4”

17”

17”

Plan and Elevations SCALE 1’=1”

30”

DRAWING| 19”X24”

BOOKLET


STUDIO 2014 Fall

The Drawing is done for Program Studio. The assignment was to pair up a place with an activity from a random list. Carwash and Spearfishing was chosen here specifically. The illustration illustrated the process of people coming to the facility, dropping off their car for carwashing while they going underground for spearfishing. The fishes also being “prep” in a carwash liked facility to be more attractive for spearfishing.

AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR PHOTOSHOP

CARWASH + SPEARFISHING 95”X40”


INK DRAWING ON MYLAR GRASSHOPPER IS USED TO TRANSLATED THE PROCESSED INK-DRAWING INTO THE FORM OF THE DOME. .

REP. 2014 FALL

PHOTOSHOP PROCESSED IINK DRAWING


ARCHITECTURE HISTORY TEXTBOOK OF A FAKE HISTORY

REP. 2014 FALL

TRANSFORM ANALYSIS

GRASSHOPPER IS USED TO TRANSLATED THE PROCESSED INK-DRAWING INTO THE FORM OF THE DOME. .

DOME DISGUISE 3D PRINT


Representation of Borduex House | OMA Building up 3D Rhino model of Borduex House Creating 2D representation from the 3D Rhino model

V-RAY RENDER DRAWING| 19”X24”

RHINO VRAY ILLUSTRATOR PHOTOSHOP

DIGITAL REP. 2013 WINTER


L .

PUNCTURED BOX

Frame

GLASS PAVILION

Moving space

CAVE RETREAT

“Joystick”

RHINO ILLUSTRATOR OMA | Maison à Bordeaux BORDEAUX, FRANCE

DRAWINGS PREPARED BY : SI FEI MO

1994-98

SHEET 3 OF 4


1

GROUNDPLAN

2

1/16”=1’

SECOND FLOOR PLAN 1/16”=1’

3

THIRD FLOOR PLAN 1/16”=1’

RHINO ILLUSTRATOR OMA | BORDEAUX HOUSE BORDEAUX, FRANCE

DRAWINGS PREPARED BY : SI FEI MO

1994-98

SHEET 1 OF 4


NORTH ELEVATION 1/8”= 1’

WEST ELEVATION 1/8”= 1’

RHINO ILLUSTRATOR OMA | BORDEAUX HOUSE BORDEAUX, FRANCE

DRAWINGS PREPARED BY : SI FEI MO,

1994-98

SHEET 2 OF 4


WEAR COURSE ROOFING MEMBRANE RIGID FOAM OR LIGHTWEIGHT SMOOTH TROWELED FINISH TO RECEIVE INSULATION AND ROOFING

REINFORCED CONCRETE ROOF SLAB

DOUBLE GLAZING

03

REINFORCING BAR

DAMPPROOFING OR WATER PROFFING MEMBRANE 6” ABOVE FINISH GRADE DRAINAGE MAT OR A GRAVEL BACKFILL ALLOWS WATER TO FLOW FOWN TO THE FOOTING DRAINS

02 Elevation Scale: 3/8” = 1’-0”

CONCRETE GROUND SLAB DOUBLE GLAZING

PREMOLDED FILLER AND SEALANT AT EXPANSION JOINT

COMPRESSION GASKETS PROTECTION BOARD FOR WATERPROOFING WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE FOOTING DRAIN OF PERFORATED PIPE 4” MIN

SPACER SETTING BLOCK THERMAL BREAKS

Section 01 Wall Scale: 3/8” = 1’-0”

Detail 03 Window Scale: 6” = 1’-0”

Léon Auditorium

AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR

Léon, Spain

Mansilla+Tuñón Architects DRAWN BY:

SIFEI MO GROUP:

2013 FALL

Molly Knight, Eunji Kim, Si Fei Mo, John Yoon COURSE:

ARCH 417 Construction

TERM:

Fall 2013

CONSTRUCTION DRAWING

Diagram 04 Structural N.T.S.

Diagram 05 Water N.T.S.


AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR

Note: Dimensioning Floor Plan (Floor Plan was given)


DETAIL- WINDOW ELEVATION

1/2”

AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR

402


AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR


AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR


SECTION DETAIL 1/2”

AUTOCAD ILLUSTRATOR

401


UNDERGRAD

2012 FALL

S


UNDERGRAD PLANS SECTIONS AND ELEVATION SCALE 1:1000

2013 WINTER

Further details could be provided upon request Dance Studio

Painting Studio

Painting Studio Dance Studio

Dance Studio

Gallery

Gallery

Second Level

Painting Studio

Third Level

Section A

Mechanical Room Mechanical Room

Mechanical Room

Mechanical Room Mechanical Room

Section A

Section A

Mechanical Room

Section B

Section B

SCALE 1:1000

Open Space for Seasonal Art Installation Open Space for Seasonal Art Installation Open Space for Seasonal Art Installation

Second Basement Level Second Basement Second Level Basement Level

First Basement Level First Basement Level First Basement Level

FirstLevel Floor First LevelFloor Level First Floor

Section B

Section B


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