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H E T E R O G E N E O U S 7 2


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PREFACE

BFA INTERIOR DESIGN

PREFACE THIS PORTFOLIO

is a collection of work

by Noor AlHelew. She is a graduae of the BFA Interior Design program at San Jose State University. Noor ’s designs are inspired by her time living in Palestine. She believes that when you design for the user you can alter their experience and perception of a space, and that yields successful design.

email:

nooralhelew@gmail.com

phone:

408.728.5642

p o r t f o l i o

instagram: @alhelewdesigns

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01. THE

THE GEODE GEODE

is

a

redesign

of

31

Post

Street, located in downtown San Jose. The purpose three

of

this

distinct

yet

redesign

was

cohesive

to

create

spaces

within

the three-story building. The f irst floor is a bakery and market place open to the public. The second floor is an art and design studio meant for a select audience, and the third floor is a residential space for people to stay overnight. The goal of the Geode is to create an environment for members of the community to come together.

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

8,000 SF

SOFTWARE(S):

R e v i t , S k e t c h U p ,

g e o d e

P h o t o s h o p

t h e

FALL 2017

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Th e complex g e o m e t r y i s di spl aye d t h rou g h ou t t h e t h re e f l oors of th e buildin g a n d i s m ea n t to t i e t h e f l oors tog e t h e r coh e s i ve l y. O n t h e f irst floor, it se r ve s a s sea t i n g , t h e se co n d as s tora g e an d t h e t h i rd as a sculptural pie ce . Th e wra p o n t h e to p o f t h e b u i l d i n g create s a d y n am i c visual for pas se rsby to e n joy f ro m t h e o u t s i d e .

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t h e

g e o d e

EXTERIOR RENDER

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LEVEL 1 - CAFE AND MARKET

SCALE 3/16” = 1’-0”

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LEVEL 2 - ART STUDIO


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L E V E L 3 - P R I VAT E R E S I D E N C E

T h e d e m ol i t i on p l an ( ab ove ) s h ows t h e ori g i nal layo ut of t h e b u i l d i n g . T h e n ew con s t ru c t i on ( b e l ow) reveals h ow t h e ori g i n al f l oor l eve l s re m ai n e d t h e s am e, b ut t h e wal l s an d i n te ri or con s t ru c t i on we re chan ged to

t h e

g e o d e

b e com e d y n am i c an d g e om e t ri c .

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FRONT GEOMETRY

T h e physical m o de l o f t h e G e o de wa s bui l t at 1 /8 � s cal e . I t i s m ean t to reveal th e ove ral l g e o m e t r y t h a t e n co m pa ss e s t h e s t ru c t u re , as we l l as , t h e in te rior archite c t ure o f t h e spa ce .

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t h e

g e o d e

SECTION VIEW

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T h e lon g se c tion o f t h e G e o de sh ows h ow t ri an g u l ate d g e om e t r y con n e c t s w ithin th e thre e f l o o rs o f t h e bui l di n g . Th e b u i l d i n g i t s e l f i s m a d e u p of co ol ton e s, an d i t i s co m pl i m e n te d wi t h p op s of col or t h at can b e s e e n t h rough out ea ch f l o o r.

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t h e

g e o d e

LONG SECTION | scale 1/8” = 1’-0”

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t h e

g e o d e

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02.

FOREST ARCH

FOREST ARCH

is an architectural structure

that emerged f rom the design process of combining different materials to create a cube. Nine test models were developed f rom different methods of combining branches, wood dowels, yarn, and wire. Each material was used to represent a different aspect of our built environment. The wood branches represent

nature,

and

the

wood

dowels

represent industrialism. The yarn and wire used to combine both materials represent the literal binding between nature and the built environment. The softness of the yarn contrasts

the

rigid

branches,

expressing

1,000 sf

SOFTWARE(S):

Illustrator, Photoshop

f o r e s t

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

a r c h

how all materials can work in unison.

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N i n e te st m o de l s o f m a te ri al con n e c t i on s an d t h e i r ab i l i ty to pai r. T h rou g h t h e ex pl o ra t i o n o f t h e se m od e l s I d eve l op e d d e e p e r con n e c t i on s b e twe e n m a te ri a l s, a n d t h e way n a t u re i n te ra c t s w i t h m an - m a d e on e s . I n t h e f i rs t te st m o de l (ri g h t ) t h o se con n e c t i on s we re p u s h e d for ward w i t h u s i n g sewi n g a s a m a i n m ea n s o f con n e c t i n g t h e m ate ri al s , as we l l as u s i n g i t to c rea te spa ce se pa ra t i o n fo r t h e i n te ri or.

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TOP VIEW

f o r e s t

a r c h

SIDE VIEW

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P L AT F O R M I N S PA C E

P L AT F O R M P U N C T U R E D W I T H LINEAR COLUMNS

DIAGRAM

1’ L EAST N O R1/8” T H= E E VELEVATION AT I O N

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S O U1/8” T H= 1’EWEST L E VELEVATION AT I O N


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E1/8” A S= T1’ NORTH E L E VELEVATION AT I O N

W1/8” E S=T1’ SOUTH E L E VELEVATION AT I O N

a r c h

O V E R L AY E D R O O F S T R U C T U R E

f o r e s t

INSERTED WALLS

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SITE PLAN

SITE PLAN

T h e location of Fo re st A rch i n t h e fo re st a l l ows for t h e b u i l d i n g to b l e n d in to th e e nvironm e n t , co m pl i m e n t i n g i t , bu t n ot t aki n g away f rom i t . T h e ro of of th e h ouse i s m a de o f bra n ch e s a n d d owe l s , w h i ch i s m ean t to g i ve t h e fe e lin g of loo ki n g u p a t t h e t re e s.

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f o r e s t

a r c h

IN SITE MODEL

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f o r e s t

a r c h

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03.

EVANESCE

THIS the It

is

project’s civic

criteria

centers

located

in

in

the

is

aimed

downtown San

Jose

to

revive

San

Post

Jose. Off ice

on 1st and St. James street. Evanesce was designed without

to

introduce

taking

away

new

architecture

anything

f rom

the

existing structure. This lead to the concept of making architecture fade and disappear. By

introducing

something

new

the

old

architecture would not be the central focus thus disappear and fade into the background. Evanesce is a third place, where everyone in the community can use without having to pay to use it.

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

8,500 SF

SOFTWARE(S):

R e v i t , S k e t c h u p ,

e v a n e s c e

P h o t o s h o p , I l l u s t r a t o r

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M O N TA G E

CONTRAST DRAWING

LINE DRAWING

L AY E R E D D R AW I N G

Archite c t u re i s t h e f i rst t h i n g pe o pl e i n te ra c t w i t h w h e n t h ey e n te r a b u i l d i n g . By pushi n g t h e a rch i te c t u re to t h e ba ck , t h e focu s b e com e s on t h e s pa ce create d fo r t h e u se r. Th e po st o f f i ce i s a p u b l i c s pa ce ; h oweve r, t h e on l y p u b l i c par t of th e i t i s t h e l o n g h a l l yo u rea ch u p on e n t r y. B y i n f l at i n g t h at s pa ce in th e an a l y t i c a l drawi n g s, t h e re was an op p or t u n i ty to e m p h as i ze t h e m ai n spa ce tha t wo u l d be e n h a n ce d to c reate m om e n t s w h e re t h e re can b e g reate r inte ra c tion s be twe e n t h e use r a n d th e s pa ce .

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PEOPLE

SPACE IN TIME

PURPOSE

PHENOMENA

Di a g ra m s we re m a de to un d e rs t an d p e op l e’s i n te ra c t i on an d u s e of t h e s pa ce . Pe o pl e sh ows t h e way pe o p l e wal k t h rou g h t h e h al l , an d h ow ea ch n ook an d wi n dow se r ve s a pu rpo se to t h e p os t of f i ce . S pa ce i n Ti m e s h ows h ow p e op l e spe n d t h e m o st t i m e i n di f fe re n t s p ot s . Pu rp os e s h ows t h e d i f fe re n ce b e twe e n o cc urs f ro m t h e e n t r yways i n to t h e l on g h al l .

e v a n e s c e

th e publ i c a n d pri va te zo n e s . P h e n om e n a s h ows t h e t ran s i t i on i n l i g h t i n g t h at

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1/8” = 1’-0”

0

6

PLAN

Th e g ri d be co m e s de n se a n d s p rea d ou t d e p e n d i n g on t h e p u rp os e i n t h e h a l l . Th e g ri d i t se l f draws atte n t i on away f rom t h e ex i s t i n g arch i te c t u re , wh i ch i n t u rn m a ke s i t di s ap p ear f rom focu s .

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18

24

30FT


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SECTION

1/8” = 1’-0”

0

ENLARGED SECTION

e v a n e s c e

SCALE 1/4” = 1’-0”

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6

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SEATING

STANDING

Th e e nlarg e d pl a n revea l s t h e de t a i l of t h e f ram ework t h at d i v i d e s t h e p os t off ice . Th e a rea s t h a t h ave h i g h e r d e n s i ty g ri d s are m ean t to create p ri va cy barrie rs, an d h i de m o re o f t h e ex i s t i n g arch i te c t u re . T h e g ri d al s o b e com e s spa ce d ou t i n a rea s t h a t be co m e sea t i n g an d s h are d p u b l i c s pa ce s .

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P R I VA C Y SEPAR ATION

PHONE BOOTH

e v a n e s c e

INCREASED DENSITY

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Th e con cept ua l st u dy m o de l sh ows a con ce p t u al re p re s e n t at i on of arch i te c t u re fa din g. Th e co m po n e n t s we re deve l op e d as h ooks an d con n e c te d tog e t h e r to create an 11� by 11� c u be . Th re e di f fe re n t ty p e s of a cr y l i cs to t ran s i t i on tog e t h e r to create a fa de e f fe c t .

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Th e con ce pt drawi n g a n d t h e pe rsp e c t i ve s g i ve a v i s u al re p re s e n t at i on of w h at th e spa ce i s m ea n t to l o o k l i ke . Th e g ri d i n g sys te m i s u s e d i n t h e l on g h al l to create di f fe re n t po i n t s fo r si tt i n g a n d s t an d i n g . Hooks are p u l l e d f rom t h e g ri d to be used a s f un c t i o n a l ex te n si o n s, s e r v i n g as e i t h e r l i g h t s or h ooks .

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Intimate n o o ks a re c rea te i n si de t h e p os t l ocke r areas , an d s i tt i n g i s p rov i d e d

e v a n e s c e

close to t h e co u n te rs so pe o pl e h ave a p l a ce to s i t an d wai t .

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04.

FORMAGGIO’S

FORMAGGIO’S

is

renovation

of

building

Francisco.

Designing

a

a

conceptual located

with

interior in

San

sustainability

and zero waste in mind, Formaggio’s uses recycled

elements

repeatedly

throughout

the pizzeria. The light f ixture, mesh panels, and hand stamped wallpaper are inspired by pizza, and is created by reusing materials. The

entire

connect, each

space

is

socialize

other.

meant and

Formaggio’s

to

enjoy main

let

people

time

with

purpose

is

to compel its customers to rethink the way

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

1,600 SF

SOFTWARE(S):

Modo, Photoshop

f o r m a g g i o ’ s

they eat their food.

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CHEESE G R AT E R

PA N E L E D G R AT E R

HEXAGONAL SHAPE

LIGHT FIXT

DIAGR

PLAN

E L E VAT I O N

LIGHT FIXTURE PLAN AND ELEVATION

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LIGHT FIXT

OVERLAPPING

LIGHT FIXTURE

DIAGR

PHYSICAL MODEL

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S I N G L E S TA M P

LONG SECTION

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ENLARGED MESH

STENCIL WALL

f o r m a g g i o ’ s

P I Z Z A T R AY MESH

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RCP

FLOOR PL AN

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R E S TA U R A N T F R O N T

T h e re n de rs revea l ove ra l l i n te ri o r de si g n of t h e s pa ce . T h e cu s tom luminaire that s i t s a bove a l l sea t i n g s c a st s h a d ows on t h e wal l s an d ove r

f o r m a g g i o ’ s

t h e table tops.

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f o r m a g g i o ’ s

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05.

WARBY PARKER

WARBY PARKER project

for

the

is a tenant improvement

corporate

space

of

Wa r by

Parker. The design goal was to create a space that was inspired by the visual spectrum. Lighting, colors and lenses were all used to

mimic

is

known

the for.

f rames Wea r i n g

that

Wa r by

glasses

Parker

creates

an

ease for the user, and this space is meant be

a

comfortable

and

adequate

working

environment for the employees and guests

42,000 sf

SOFTWARE(S):

R e v i t , V-R a y, P h o t o s h o p

w a r b y

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

p a r k e r

that visit the off ice space.

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WITHOUT GLASSES

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W.P. was foun ded o n wi t h a re be l l i o us spi ri t an d a l of ty ob j e c t i ve . To of fe r d e s i g n e r eye wear

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A A

E E

O O

WARBY PARKER | TENANT IMPROVEMENT at a revolutionar y pri ce wh i l e l ea di n g t h e way for s oci al l y con s ci ou s b u s i n e s s e s .

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G G N N

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T T

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L L

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B B L L

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V V F F

A A S S

E E E E

N N

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S S

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N N S S C C A A

MOOD BOARD

For this T.I. pro je c t I co n si de re d co m m uni ty, t ran s pare n cy, an d ap p earan ce . T h e p u rp os e of th e spa ce is to c rea te a n e nvi ro n m e n t for work an d col l ab orat i on . T h e t h e m e of v i s i on an d glasse s was us e d to de f i n e t h e spa ce . Up on e n t r y n e u t ral an d cool ton e s can b e s e e n , w h i ch is re minisce nt o f t h e wo rl d wi t h o ut g l a ss e s on . As on e d e l ve s d e e p e r i n to t h e s pa ce p op s of color appear, to evo ke t h e fe e l i n g o f cl a ri ty w i t h g l as s e s .

p a r k e r

A A

w a r b y

E E

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9TH FLOOR

10TH FLOOR

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• LOBBY

• RECEPTION

DESK

• CONFERENCE

ROOM

• LOBBY

• WORKSTATION

• RECEPTION

• CONFERENCE

• BRAND

• WORKSTATION

• COFFEE

• COFFEE

• TRAINING

BAR

GUEST

ROOM

BAR

DESK

SEATING

• TRAINING

AREA

ROOM

ROOM

U S E R

JO U R N E Y

U S E R J O U R N E Y / PAT H O F T R AV E L

1

Level 9 USER JOURNEY 1 1/16" =1'-0"

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USER JOURNEY PAT H Date

10 / 19 / 2018

Drawn by

Author

Checked by

Checker

p a r k e r

• LOBBY

EMPLOYEE

w a r b y

MANAGER

O F

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UP

UP DN

COFF

TRAIN

MOTH

UP DN

COPY

MEDI

SMAL

FOCU COFFE TRAINI

MOTHE COPY

MEDIU

SMALL

FOCUS

FLOOR 9 PL AN

COFFEE BAR TRAINING ROOM MOTHER WELLNESS COPY / MAIL ROOM MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM SMALL CONFERENCE ROOM FOCUS ROOM

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DN

UP

DN

BRE

MO

CO UP

CO

DN

ME

LA BREA SM MOT FO COP LIB COL

MED LAR

SMA

FOC

LIBRA

FLOOR 10 PL AN

BREAK ROOM MOTHER WELLNESS COPY / MAIL ROOM MEDIUM CONFERENCE ROOM LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM SMALL CONFERENCE ROOM

w a r b y

LIBRARY

p a r k e r

FOCUS ROOM

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LOBBY / RECEPTION

T h e se re n de rs a re o f t h e l o bby/re ce pt i o n a n d of f i ce works t at i on s . T h e m ai n entr y is of subd u e d co l o rs a s a n i n di c a t i on of t h e l a ck of cl ari ty w i t h ou t glasse s. As a perso n g o e s f u r t h e r i n to t h e s pa ce , l i ke i n t h e works t at i on areas th e re are m o re co l o rs revea l e d, i n di c at i n g t h e cl ari ty an d reve l at i on t h at is expe rie n ce d wi t h g l a sse s be i n g put on .

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p a r k e r

O F F I C E W O R K S TAT I O N S

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06.

VAHA

VAHA in

is a design for a Spa & Urban Retreat

San

Francisco.

Va h a

comes

f rom

the

Turkish word oasis. This space is meant to be an oasis f rom the chaos of daily life, and to create an environment for people to relax a n d u n w i n d . Va h a ’s d e s i g n wa s i n s p i re d by traditional Turkish baths; creating a modern twist

traditional

arches

and

embracing

large open baths for everyone to utilize.

This

was

a

group

collaboration

with

project, Alex

completed

Dizon

and

in

Shelby

SQUARE FOOTAGE:

8,500 SF

SOFTWARE(S):

Revit, Enscape, Photoshop

v a h a

Napier.

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VAHA.

Drawin g i n spi ra t i o n fo r t ra di t i o n a l Tu rki s h bat h s , t h e p u rp os e of t h i s s pa ce i s to create

a cleanse d an d re l a xe d e nvi ro n m e n t . Usi n g t ra d i t i on al arch e s t ran s l ate d i n to g e om e t ri c s h ape s h e lps to c rea te a re l a x i n g ye t dyn a m i c s pa ce w h e re p e op l e can u nw i n d .

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MOOD BOARD

MISSION STATEMENT.

A re juve n a t i n g ex p e ri e n ce for t h e m i n d b od y an d s ou l . E n ri ch i n g

v a h a

inte ra c tion th ro ug h sm e l l , to uch , a n d s ou n d .

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LOBBY

CAFE R E TA I L

RESTROOMS

TEA BAR

SOUND LOUNGE

SAUNA

T R E ATM E N T ROOM

SHOWER ROOMS

LOCKER ROOMS

JANITOR ROOM

STORAGE

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RETAIL 341 SF LOBBY / RECEPTION 799 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 105 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 107 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 104 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 104 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 104 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 104 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 105 SF

MASSAGE ROOM 107 SF

LOCKER ROOM 214 SF

SOUND LOUNGE 353 SF

LOCKER ROOM 234 SF

SHOWER 57 SF

SHOWER 58 SF

SHOWER 61 SF

BATHROOM 103 SF

TEA BAR 122 SF

SHOWER 52 SF

KITCHEN 127 SF

BATHROOM 45 SF

RESTAURANT 528 SF

MINERAL BATH 245 SF

BATHROOM 70 SF

BATHROOM 69 SF

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MINERAL BATH 484 SF

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TEA BAR 207 SF

WET SAUNA 254 SF

DRY SAUNA 257 SF

BREAK ROOM 460 SF OFFICE 101 SF

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Th e e le m e nts o f bi o ph i l i a i n t h e spa ce i n cl u d e s eve ral arch i te c t u ral s t ru c t u re s . T h e g e om e t ri c arch e s in th e spa ce c rea te s a do m e e f fe c t t h at re s e m b l e s a can opy of t re e s . I n t h e m i n e ral bath th e roof i s m a de o f g l a ss, wh i ch l e ts n at u ral s u n l i g h t i n to t h e s pa ce an d al s o create s a casca de of sh a dows f ro m t h e a rch i te c t u ral g e om e t r y. T h e f l oor f i n i s h e s are m a d e of warm woods, an d co o l co n c re te . Ea ch o f t h e m e l i ci t s a d e e p e r fe e l i n g an d con n e c t i on to n at u re .

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LOBBY / RECEPTION

Th e l o b b y / r e c e p t i o n a r e a i s m e a n t t o c r e a t e a w e l c o m i n g s p a c e f o r p e o p l e t o s e e u p o n e n t r y. Th e n a t u r a l w o o d a n d g r e e n w a l l m a ke i t c a l m i n g a n d r e l a x i n g.

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Th e m i n e r a l b a t h i s a l a rg e c e n t r a l i z e d s p a c e o p e n u n d e r a r c h e s o f s u n l i g h t t h a t p o u r s t h r o u g h t h e s k y l i g h t . Th e s a u n a s , massage rooms and tea bar are all in close proximity to the

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HETEROGENEOUS

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diverse in character or content.

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LINE DRAWING

CONTRAST DRAWING

COMPONENT DRAWING

SHADOW DRAWING

NGC1788 LIGHT FIXTURE.

Th i s l i g h t was d eve l op e d by s t u d y i n g a 3 rd t ri m e s te r bat

fe tus. An a l y t i c a l drawi n g s we re co mp os e d to b e tte r u n d e rs t an d t h e p h otog rap h . T h e l i n e drawin g a n d co n t ra st drawi n g bo th reveal d e p t h of t h e fe t u s . T h e com p on e n t d raw i n g reveals m o du l a ri ty a n d t h e sh a dow d raw i n g reveal s t h e p os s i b i l i t i e s of l i g h t ex p l orat i on .

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STUDY MODELS

for experi m e n t a t i o n i n fa bri c a t i o n , an d h e l p e d d eve l op s u cce s s f u l m e t h od s of att a ch i n g mate rial s. Fa bri c s a n d di f fe re n t a c r y l i cs we re u s e d to s t u d y t ran s pare n cy an d opa q u e n e s s.

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Ea ch stu dy m o de l wa s i n spi re d by on e of t h e an al y t i cal d raw i n g s . M ate ri al te s t s al l owed

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M AT E R I A L A N D FA B R I C AT I O N T E S T

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PROTOT YPE TEST MODELS

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110°

13.75” 57°

5.5” 90°

6.75” 5.5” 115°

7.5625”

120°

120°

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9” 55°

70° 84°

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15” 9”

13.125”

14” 89° 63°

9.875”

43°

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40° 26°

36°

40° 60° 50°

9” 76° 90°

14” 10” 4.4375”

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Th e se c tion th e l i g h t f i x t ure de si g n sh owcas e s t h e i n te rn al l aye ri n g of t h e m od e l , w h i l e h e p l a n reveals th e de pth an d di f fe re n t a n g l e s o f t h e pl ex i g l as s . T h e d e t ai l e d d i a g ram of t h e m od e l s h ows h ow it was de sign e d with pre c i se a n g l e s a n d pa n e l l e n g t h s s o t h at ea ch s i d e wou l d m e e t a ccu rate l y. T h e light o f f e mphasize s th e st r u c t ure o f t h e f i x t u re , w h i l e t h e l i g h t on reveal s t h e d e p t h i n s h a d ow, al l i n which are m eant to mim i c t h e fe t us o f t h e ba t .

50°

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8.625” 7.1875”

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PRINTING FABRIC.

Fo r t h i s pro je c t , I 3 D pri n te d a s i n g l e t ri an g u l ar t i l e w h i ch was i n s p i re d by t ra d itio nal

Pa le stinian e mbroi de r y. I be g a n to co n n e c t s eve ral t i l e s w i t h ea ch ot h e r to create a “ f l owe r �. U s in g th e in spiration of e mbro i de r y I use d t h e m e t h o d of s ew i n g an d e m b roi d e ri n g to p hys i cal l y con n e c t my tiles to ge th e r. Be in g abl e to pri n t a t ju st 2m m , t h e PL A was f l ex i b l e e n ou g h to b e n d w i t h ou t b reaki n g , allowin g fo r th e printe d pl a st i c to l o o k l i ke m u ch m o re t h an j u s t t h at . I u s e d oran g e t h rea d as a s t ron g co ntrast f ro m th e gray pla st i c .

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T h e de sign proce ss o f t h i s pro je c t be g a n f rom t h e ex p e ri m e n t at i on of d rawin g lin e s. I ha n d dra f te d st ra i g h t l i n e s i n to con f i g u rat i on s t h at wou l d give th e illusion o f c ur va t ure . Pro ce e di n g w i t h t h e d e s i g n p roce s s , I t h e n glue d 1/ 16� wood dowe l s to g e t h e r to c rea te a towe r t h at was m a d e f u l l y of s t ra ight wood dowe l s, wh i l e a ppea ri n g c u r vi l i n ear.

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D R A F T I N G A S T O R Y. This han d dra f te d f i n a l i s m ea n t to be a s tor y of my daily rout i n e . Drawn o n 3 6 ” x 24” si ze d pap e r, I mappe d out wh e re I spe n d t h e m o s t of my tim e : my h o m e a n d my sch o o l ’s de si g n s t u d i o. Be ginnin g in t h e bo tto m l e f t co rn e r t h e v i ewe r i s guide d throug h a pl a n o f my ro o m , draw n at l arg e to re se mble t h e a m o un t o f t i m e spe n t i n i t . Succe e din g my be dro o m i s my de si g n s t u d i o. As th e path cont i n ue d t h e re i s t h e e l eva t i on of t h e studio, which i s t h e l a st t h i n g I se e be fore I l eave sch ool for th e day. Fi n a l l y i s t h e e l eva t i on of my h om e wh e re I e n te r to t h e n be g i n t h e cycl e of my daily routin e o n ce a g a i n .

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