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OLIVIA M. LAU ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN

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CONTENTS Selected Professional and Academic Works

PROFESSIONAL WORK

SOULCYCLE Barbizon 63 | Oct. 2011 - Present SOULCYCLE UES Expansion | Nov. 2011 - June 2012 SOULCYCLE West Hollywood | Aug. 2011 - Feb. 2012 Proskauer Rose LLP | Summer 2010

THESIS

DESIGN STUDIOS

Combinatory Urbanism | F.2010 - S.2011

Shanghai Urban Living | S.2010 Kazakhstan National Library | F.2009 Prague Institute of Photography | S.2009 Integrated Lifestyle Housing | F.2007

CURRICULUM VITAE


exterior signage presented in BSA and LPC filing


Professional Work | October 2011 - Present

SOULCYCLE BARBIZON 63 SOULCYCLE design team

LOCATION PROJECT BRIEF

SCOPE OF WORK details of custom retail wall display unit

140 East 63rd Street | New York, NY • 3,270 square feet • 62-bike studio in NYC landmarked building • schematic design and design development • construction documents • NYC Department of Buildings filing • Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) filing • Landmarks Preservation Committee (LPC) filing

details of custom retail window display unit


exterior blade signage elevation as presented in BSA and LPC filing

exterior signage elevation as presented in BSA and LPC filing


interior retail elevations

retail wall elevation


construction plan - first floor

LEGEND studio reception retail lockers restrooms support spaces construction plan - cellar


Professional Work | November 2011 - June 2012

SOULCYCLE UES EXPANSION SOULCYCLE design team

LOCATION

1470 Third Avenue | New York, NY

PROJECT BRIEF

• 3,425 square feet (first floor), 3,750 square feet (cellar), 7,175 square feet (total) • new 70-bike studio • renovated 45-bike studio

SCOPE OF WORK

• schematic design and design development • construction documents • NYC Department of Buildings filing • Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) filing

(above) cellar level locker room (left) reception lobby


detail drawings of custom retail display units

(above) Third Avenue exterior elevation as presented in BSA filing (opposite) custom retail display units


new 70-bike studio with blacklighting


LEGEND studio reception retail lockers restrooms support spaces


Professional Work | August 2011 - February 2012

SOULCYCLE WEST HOLLYWOOD SOULCYCLE design team

LOCATION PROJECT BRIEF

SCOPE OF WORK

8570 Sunset Blvd. | West Hollywood, CA • 2,870 square feet • new 52-bike studio • first location in California • design development • consulting with CA-based firm through construction documents • Amendment Comprehensive Sign Program (ACSP) filing

construction plan

(above) interior retail and passage elevation (opposite) branded storefront signage and reception lobby


branded storefront signage

interior retail and passage elevation


locker room


reception lobby and custom retail display unit


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Professional Work | Summer 2010

PROSKAUER ROSE, LLP  

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      

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Gensler design team

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 

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samples of interior office plans 

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Proskauer | OFFICE P10

steP 01 SElECT DESk ORIENTaTION

standard finishes

Proskauer | OFFICE P10

steP 02 SElECT DESk ShaPE

desk orientation oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

wall unit glass interior wall door

steP 03 SElECT DESk STylE

desk shaPe oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

note: the following layouts reflect desk orientation ONly. you will have the option to select desk shape, desk style, credenza, and ancillary furniture in later pages. your designer will advise on coMpatibility between ancillary furniture and desk shape.

note: plan below May be used for sketching layouts prior to and during interview process

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wall unit glass interior wall door

desk style [ oPtions 01-05 ] [ sElECT OnE sTylE and OnE COrrEsPOndIng FInIsh OPTIOn ] note: desk options 01 through 05 Match the wall unit style and can be Made in the saMe wood and color as the wall unit if desired. they are also available in additional finishes as shown. refer to page 19 for saMple iMages of finishes.

note: your designer will advise on coMpatibility between desk shape and selected desk orientation.

wall unit glass interior wall door

wall unit glass interior wall door

wall unIT and CrEdEnza FInIsh: cerused oak

DESK OPTION 01

light walnut medium walnut

DESK OPTION 03

white corian back painted white glass back painted smoked glass

LAYOUT OPTION 01

LAYOUT OPTION 03

LAYOUT OPTION 02

[ desk facing corridor ]

CarPET : grey with white flecks

[ attached desk facing corridor ]

[ desk facing corridor ]

DESK OPTION 02B

[ 36”x72” mitre desk with insert ] cerused oak [same as wall unit]

light walnut medium walnut dark walnut

dark walnut

[ oval ]

*optional insert finish

DESK OPTION 02

[ rectangle ]

[ 36”x72” pedestal desk ] cerused oak [same as wall unit]

cerused oak [same as wall unit]

DESK OPTION 01

[ round ]

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

DESK OPTION 02A

[ 54” round table on stainless steel base ] desk finish

base Plan [ sCalE : 1/4” = 1’-0” ]

desk finish

Proskauer | OFFICE P10

introduction to your office

flaxen leather insert espresso leather insert back painted white glass insert back painted smoked glass insert

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

DESK OPTION 04

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

DESK OPTION 05

[ rectangle attached to wall unit ]

[ bullet attached to wall unit ] *this desk only available in cerused oak when attached (same finish as wall unit)

*this desk only available in cerused oak when attached (same finish as wall unit)

DESK OPTION 03

*optional insert finish

LAYOUT OPTION 05

*drawing not to scale **desk shape 04 shown

[ desk facing exterior wall ]

*drawing not to scale **desk option 04 shown without file cabinet

[ 36”X72” bulleted table - attached to wall unit ]

cerused oak [same as wall unit]

dark walnut white corian

LAYOUT OPTION 04

[ desk facing exterior wall]

back painted white glass back painted smoked glass

back painted smoked glass insert

DESK OPTION 05

[ 36”x72” table - attached to wall unit ]

cerused oak [same as wall unit] light walnut

*drawing not to scale **office layout 03 shown

DESK OPTION 04

[ 72” wide oval table on stainless steel base ]

medium walnut

*drawing not to scale

espresso leather insert back painted white glass insert

optional pencil drawer

optional pencil drawer

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

flaxen leather insert

optional modesty panel

optional modesty panel

wall unit optional credenza

light walnut medium walnut dark walnut

*optional insert finish

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cerused oak [same as wall unit]

flaxen leather insert espresso leather insert back painted white glass insert back painted smoked glass insert optional modesty panel optional pencil drawer

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desk style oPtions continued [ oPtions 6-11 ] note: desk options 06 through 11 coMpliMent the wall unit style but are not available in the saMe wood and color as the wall unit. they are available in coMpliMentary finishes as shown. refer to page 19 for saMple iMages of finishes.

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credenza oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

with file cabinet without file cabinet

04

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uPPer storage oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

lower storage modules

lower storage oPtions at wall unit

designer to recommend quantity, position and type based on your selected layout

[ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

note: window credenza coMes in cerused oak finish only.

wall unit glass interior wall door

wall unit glass interior wall door

wall unit glass interior wall door

STORAGE MODULE 01

wall unit glass interior wall door

[ bbF pedestal 18”w ] [2] personal drawers [1] file drawer front to back 22 lineal inches of file

STORAGE OPTION 01

[ with kneewell ]

STORAGE OPTION 01

[ open shelving ]

STORAGE MODULE 02 [ FF pedestal 18”w ]

alternate wood panel in lieu of fabric tack surface

DESK OPTION 06

[ 54” round table on stainless steel base ] light walnut

DESK OPTION 07

[ 36” x 72” table on stainless steel base ] light walnut

medium walnut

DESK OPTION 08

[ 36”x72” all wood desk w/ partial modesty panel ]

[2] file drawer front to back 44 lineal inches of file

OPTION 01

[ no credenza at window wall ]

light walnut

medium walnut

dark walnut

medium walnut

dark walnut

white corian

dark walnut

white corian

STORAGE OPTION 02

[ all storage ]

STORAGE OPTION 02

STORAGE MODULE 03

[ cabinet with 2 sliding white back painted glass doors ] * glass doors can be used as white boards

back painted white glass back painted smoked glass

[ open shelving 18”w ]

[2] open shelves: 24” deep

lower storage oPtions at oPtional credenza

alternate wood panel in lieu of fabric tack surface

[ IF a wIndOw CrEdEnza was sElECTEd , ChOOsE one OPTIOn ] STORAGE MODULE 04 [ refrigerator cabinet 36”w ] new existing note: new refrigerator to be provided at partner’s personal expense: approxiMately $500.00 (including necessary outlet and installation).

STORAGE OPTION 03

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

DESK OPTION 09

[ 54” round table on stainless steel base ] light walnut

white corian back painted white glass

medium walnut

medium walnut

dark walnut

dark walnut

STORAGE MODULE 05

b

( comPuter monitor location )

c

( cPu location )

d

( Printer location )

*drawing not to scale

[ closed cabinets ]

08

K E I L H A U E R - Product Info

note: executiVe cHairs aVailable only in blaCk lEaThER

09

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executive chair oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ]

Page 1 of 1

steP 10 SElECT aNCIllaRy FURNITURE

guest chair oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ] note: guest cHair upHolstery to be selected on pages 17-18

9871

wall unit glass interior wall door

dimensions 24-27.5w x 18d x 43.5-46h

ancillary furniture oPtions [ sElECT one OPTIOn ] note: designer will adVise on compatibility between ancillary Furniture and selected desk. iF option 01 or 02 is selected, you will HaVe tHe opportunity to select lounge Furniture style and FinisHes on subsequent pages. iF option 03 is selected, cHoose table FinisH now.

Tom designed by Tom Deacon High back

wall unit glass interior wall door

[2] file drawer side to side 68 lineal inches of file

STORAGE OPTION 02

[ all storage ]

alternate wood panel in lieu of fabric tack surface

Proskauer | OFFICE P10

steP 08 SElECT EXECUTIvE ChaIR

note: additional pHone location to be proVided opposite wall unit in all oFFices

wall unit glass interior wall door

*if unit is existing, coordinate with designer for fit feasibility

[ Fl cabinet 36”w ]

STORAGE OPTION 04

*drawing not to scale

07

Proskauer | OFFICE P10 Phone | comPuter locations [ wrITE COrrEsPOndIng lETTEr In ThE PrEFErrEd lOCaTIOn In ThE sElECTEd OFFICE layOuT bElOw] ( PhONE LOCATION - ChOOSE 1 0R 2 )

[ with kneewell ] * minimum of (2) 18” wide file cabinets required for support

OPTION 02

*minimum of (2) 18” wide file cabinets required for support

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a

STORAGE OPTION 01

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

alternate wood panel in lieu of fabric tack surface

[ credenza at window wall ] *drawing not to scale

white corian

back painted smoked glass

06

steP 07 SElECT TEChNOlOgy lOCaTIONS

[ cabinet with 2 sliding wood doors ]

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

DESK OPTION 11

[ 36”X72” all wood double pedestal desk ] light walnut

light walnut

medium walnut dark walnut

*drawing not to scale **desk option 04 shown without file cabinets

DESK OPTION 10

[ 36” x 72” table on brushed nickel base ]

wall unit glass interior wall door

FURNITURE OPTION 01

[ lounge chair(s) & 1 end table ] 1 lounge chair & 1 end table 2 lounge chairs & 1 end table

FURNITURE OPTION 02

[ 1 sofa & 1 end table ]

ChAIR OPTION 01

ChAIR OPTION 01

[ knoll | life ]

LAYOUT OPTION 01

LAYOUT OPTION 02

LAYOUT OPTION 03

ChAIR OPTION 02

[ vitra | meda ]

ChAIR OPTION 03

[ humanscale | freedom ]

[ bernhardt | troika ] 20.25”w x 22.75”d * dark walnut frame only

ChAIR OPTION 04

ChAIR OPTION 03

ChAIR OPTION 02

ChAIR OPTION 04

[ hbf | perfect pitch side ] 25”w x 25”d * dark walnut frame only

[ knoll | brno ] 22”w x 22”d * stainless steel frame

[ geiger | envelope ] 22.5”w x 22.5”d * stainless steel frame

FURNITURE OPTION 03

[ keilhauer | tom ]

http://www.keilhauer.com/cutSheets/cutsheet.asp?FamilyID=36&CategoryID=5&ProductI... 5/21/2010

[ 1 meeting table & 1 or 2 guest chair(s) ] 42” round meeting table w/ stainless steel base

LAYOUT oPtion 05

LAYOUT oPtion 04

cerused oak [same as wall unit] light walnut medium walnut

television glass exterior wall optional window credenza

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

keeP your existing chair

26” TELEVISION - approxiMately $1500 (includes necessary cabling and digital converter) 22” TELEVISION - approxiMately $1350 (includes necessary cabling and digital converter)

dark walnut

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

white corian back painted white glass back painted smoked glass

© 2009 Herman Miller, Inc. O.EA2010

note: we anticipate tHat cable tV will be aVailable tHrougH your pc. iF you preFer, you may install a separate teleVision set at your expense.

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

(1) guest chair (2) guest chairs

NO TELEVISION Eames® Aluminum Group Chairs

[ IF yEs, wrITE ThE COrrEsPOndIng lETTEr In ThE PrEFErrEd lOCaTIOn In ThE sElECTEd OFFICE layOuT abOvE ] *drawing not to scale **office layout 03 shown

*drawing not to scale

e

( DESKTOP TELEVISION )

*drawing not to scale

ChAIR OPTION 05 10

AIM

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ChAIR OPTION 05

[ coalesse | bindu ] 25”w x 25”d * stainless steel legs

ChAIR OPTION 06

[ bernhardt | cardan ] 26”w x 26.5”d * stainless steel base with castors

ChAIR OPTION 07

[ herman miller | eames ] 23”w x 18”d * stainless steel base with castors

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oPtional comPuter cart

ChAIR OPTION 08

[ 36”w X 24”d X 30”h ] *only available in cerused oak

*drawing not to scale **furniture option 02 shown

[ vitra | soft shell ] 24”w x 22”d * black base with castors

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RIAHC EGNUOL EETTES AF O S

steP 12 SElECT SOFa STylE

sofa oPtions

©THGIRB

steP 13 SElECT END TablE STylE

MIA

[ IF a sOFa was sElECTEd as a COmPOnEnT OF ThE anCIllary FurnITurE, sElECT one OPTIOn bElOw ] note: reView siZe limitations witH designer. soFa upHolstery to be selected on pages 17-18

wall unit glass interior wall door

TABLE OPTION 01

[ hbf | double take ] 24”round x 21.5”h

7468 68” MIA SOFA

stainless steel base

OPTIONS

LOUNGE OPTION 02

SOFA OPTION 01

LOUNGE OPTION 03

[ martin brattrud | gleneagles ] 30”w x 31”d x 29”h arm height: 24”

[ bright | mia ] 36”w x 36”d x 30”h arm height: 24”

[ bernhardt | moreau ] 59”w x 28.5”d x 30”h 76.5”w x 28.5”d x 30”h arm height: 26.75”

0047 RIAHC EGNUOL AIM

0 3 : H 6 3 : D 6 3 :W 42 : thgieH mrA 5.71 : thgieH taeS afos dna eettes naht reworran mra riahc egnuoL

See finish and cushion selections

SOFA OPTION 02

[ martin brattrud | gleneagles ] 58”w x 31”d x 29”h 80”w x 31”d x 29”h arm height: 24”

B

SOFA OPTION 03

© Designed by Douglas Levine

[ bright | mia ] 68”w x 36”d x 30”h 84”w x 36”d x 30”h arm height: 24”

light walnut

uPholstery [ wrITE sElECTEd uPhOlsTEry In ThE allOTTEd sPaCE On PagE 18 ] Fabric selections sHould be discussed witH designer based on Furniture cHoice. actual samples will be aVailable at tHe model oFFices at 11 times square.

wall unit glass interior wall door

wall unit glass interior wall door

W: 68 D: 36 H: 30 Arm Height : 24 Seat Height : 17.5 Settee and sofa arms wider than lounge chair

LOUNGE OPTION 01

[ 1 OF 2 ]

refer to page 19 for saMple iMages of finishes.

wall unit glass interior wall door

[ bernhardt | moreau ] 31.5”w x 28.5”d x 30”h arm height: 26.75”

steP 14 SElECT UPhOlSTERy

end table oPtions [ IF an End TablE was sElECTEd as a COmPOnEnT OF ThE anCIllary FurnITurE, sElECT one OPTIOn bElOw ]

LOUNGE CHAIR SETTEE SOFA

note: lounge cHair upHolstery to be selected on pages 17-18

BRIGHT © 888 524 5997

lounge chair oPtions [ IF a lOungE ChaIr was sElECTEd as a COmPOnEnT OF ThE anCIllary FurnITurE, sElECT one OPTIOn bElOw ]

TABLE OPTION 03

TABLE OPTION 02 clear glass on polished nickel base

tinted glass on dark walnut base

tinted glass

TRaDITIONal FabRICS

t-01

t-02

t-03

t-04

t-05

t-06

08 t-07

t-08

t-09

t-10

table oPtion 04

[ hbf | carousel ] 24”round x 22”h

[ knoll | platner table ] 15.75”round x 18”h

medium walnut dark walnut

[ hbf | logic meet ] 20”round x 24.75”h satin pewter base

7995 425 888

steP 11 SElECT lOUNgE ChaIR STylE

light walnut medium walnut dark walnut white corian

CONTEmPORaRy FabRICS

SNOITPO

snoitceles noihsuc dna hsinif eeS

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glass exterior wall optional window credenza

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

table oPtion 05

LOUNGE OPTION 04

*drawing not to scale

[ tuohy | international ] 33”w x 29”d x 31”h arm height: 25”

[ bernhardt | facet ] 19”round x 20 1/4”h

LOUNGE OPTION 05

SoFa oPtion 04

[ coalesse | palermo ] 33”w x 33”d x 30”h arm height: 24”

*drawing not to scale

14

sample pages of typical furniture selection document

[ tuohy | international ] 58”w x 29”d x 31”h 83”w x 29”d x 31”h arm height: 25”

SoFa oPtion 05

[ coalesse | palermo ] 59.5”w x 33”d x 30”h 72”w x 33”d x 30”h arm height: 24”

*drawing not to scale

cerused oak [same as wall unit] light walnut medium walnut dark walnut

15

c-01

c-02

c-03

c-04

c-05

c-06

c-07

c-08

c-09

c-10

TABLE OPTION 07

TABLE OPTION 06

[ hbf | double take ] 20” square x 21.5”h

[ halcon ] 18”round x 21”h

clear glass on polished stainless steel base

stainless steel base

glass exterior wall optional window credenza

light walnut medium walnut

*drawing not to scale

dark walnut tinted glass

16

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Professional Work | Summer 2010

PROSKAUER | PARTNER OFFICE SELECTION

CONFIRMATION dOCUMENT date : 2010-07-27

OFFICE INFORMATION

to ensure timely arrival of your furniture, please review the information on this page and notify your designer of any discrepancies. your signature below denotes that the items selected on this page are correct and that you are responsible for the personal eXpense amount. email the signed and dated copy to your designer as soon as possible but no later than july 30, 2010. if we do not receive your confirmation by july 30, 2010, your furniture selection as shown in this confirmation will be deemed approved by you. once approved, or deemed approved, your furniture selection may not be changed. sign: x date:

partner name : John a. smith

wALL UNIT SELECTION

dESK SELECTION

ANCILLARY FURNITURE

partner contact : 212.555.555| jsmith@proskauer.com

type : wall unit a upper cabinet with 2 sliding white back painted glass doors

manufacturer : halcon pedestal desk | 72”w x 36”d finish : cerused oak with espresso leather insert notes : with full modesty panel, with ergonomic keyboard tray, with (1) bbf 18”w box-box-file pedestal on right side, with (1) ff 18”w file-file pedestal on left side

manufacturer : halcon meeting table | 42” round finish | upholstery : cerused oak with stainless steel base

office number : 26-p10_1234 designer name : Jane doe designer contact: 212.492.1400 | jane_doe@gensler.com    interview date & time : 2010-07-26 3pm  

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 



SELECTEd LAYOUT | PLAN   

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  

bbf

layout : rectangle desk facing exterior glass wall credenza option | length : yes | 92”l

ff

CREdENzA

open shelving 33”w

fl 33”w; count: 2

d

open shelving 30”w

AC

fl 30”w

ANCILLARY FURNITURE

manufacturer : Knoll | life upholstery : black leather back and seat

manufacturer : Knoll_platner table | 15.75”round x 18”h finish | upholstery : clear glass on polished nickel base

ergonomic Keyboard tray

b

grommet floor outlet location

A

TECHNOLOGY SELECTION  

cpu location c

      

in open shelving under credenza

no television selected

manufacturer : heman miller_eames | 23”w x 18”d finish | upholstery : l-01 brown leather with stainless steel base and castors count : 4

(1) open shelving 30”w 

in cPu holder under desk

printer location d

GUEST CHAIR

(1) open shelving 33”w (2) fl 33”w lateral file cabinet

phone location a computer monitor location b

STORAGE MOdULES

estimated personal expense amount

TOTAL:

(2) fl 30”w lateral file cabinet

$ 0.00

*reference plan for locations © 2009 Herman Miller, Inc. O.EA2010

fl 30”w

television e

ExECUTIvE CHAIR

Eames® Aluminum Group Chairs

typical furniture confirmation document


B.Arch Final Project 1 and 2 | Fall 2010 - Spring 2011

COMBINATORY URBANISM * Harriet Peck Thesis Prize nomination | selected for publication

Designing for Diversity at the Urban-River Edge

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR THESIS

Hudson River Piers 54 to 42 | New York, NY Mark Mistur A heterogeneous system of experiences can revive diversity, contrary to the manner in which most cities are currently being transformed by suburban homogenization and autonomous building forms. The vertical and horizontal expansion of the urban edge condition of Manhattan’s west side will produce a simultaneously dense and porous urban construct that entices users to reconnect with the urban setting and its natural open edge. By filtering movement and views through a public waterfront, and by strategically capturing and integrating diversified programs both on the surface and above it, a multiplicity of built forms will reinvigorate the public and programmatic realms.

For a comprehensive publication, please visit http:// issuu.com/Olivia_Lau/docs/olivialau_finalprojectbook (background) site image along the Hudson River piers


Pier 54

Pier 54

- temporary events - flat, open asphalt paving

1924

Pier 53

Pier 53

- NYC Fire Department fireboat house - after future relocation, same as Pier 52

Pier 52

Pier 52

- NYC Sanitation Department facilities - after future relocation: - rocky shoreline beach - open lawn - recreational boating areas

Pier 51

Pier 51

- playground - viewing scopes

Pier 49

Pier 49

- pile fields

Pier 46

Pier 46

- synthetic lawn - seating - pile fields

Pier 45

Pier 45

- open lawn for sunbathing - inoperable water taxi stop - shade structures and seating

Pier 42

Pier 42

- pile fields

Pier 40

- athletic fields - fishing (south side) - historic steamship (north side) - cruise ships (north side)

Pier 40

1951

1996

indexical site drawing showing the historical pier outlines, view corridors, and vehicular traffic flows 25’ 0’

100’ 50’

200’

WEST STREET BOUNDARY

VIEW CORRIDORS

1873

MTA Bus

1686

W.

14th

barnacles

Stre

et

S I TE C O L O G Y

shipworms

tunicates

phytoplankton

Mean High Water Level: approx. 5 ft. from streetlevel Mean Low Water Level: approx. 9.5 ft. from streetlevel

zooplankton

Gansevoort Street

copepod

lion’s mane jellyfish W. 12th Street

striped bass

American eel

oyster toadfish

reet

th St

W. 11

oysters

Silt Bed: approx. 31.5 ft. [variable] from streetlevel at bulkhead Bedrock: approx. 50 ft. from streetlevel at bulkhead

lined seahorse

ecological communities at the pier edge rles

Cha

blue crab

et

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MTA Bus

sea robin

flounder

et

r Stre

ophe

Christ

The edge simultaneously denotes the physical limits of the built environment and allows for boundless opportunities to connect with light and air. The implementation of new architecture requires the edge to expand, enticing people out from the center and toward the periphery. Here, spaces can open to expose occupants to the exterior, visually pulling them up and out of the project.

mud snail

Morton Street

UPLAND

ESTUARINE

UPLAND

INTERTIDAL

SUBTIDAL

INTERTIDAL

EMERGENT WETLAND PERSISTENT

UNCONSOLIDATED BOTTOM (Tidal Pond)

EMERGENT WETLAND PERSISTENT

ESTUARINE INTERTIDAL

(Dune)

UNCONSOLIDATED SHORE (Beach)

SUBTIDAL AQUATIC BED

REEF

UNCONSOLIDATED BOTTOM

Clarkson Street

W. Houston Street

irregularly flooded regularly flooded irregularly exposed subtidal

typical estuary conditions


Combinatory Urbanism | F.2010 - S.2011 The project proposes a new urban ecology that employs a multiplicity of forms and functions to produce a diverse system formed by: 1) the potential for merging private development with a vibrant and accessible public realm; 2) the reinvention of the city edge as a place that mediates between the city, sky, and water; and 3) the integration of ecological and synthetic systems.

CONCEPTUAL COMPOSITION Hotel

Exercise Gym

Apartments

Occupancy Rooms Conference Rooms Concierge

Playgrounds

Leisure Lawns Seating

Amphitheater Performance Area Tidal Flooding

Seating

Shading

Swimming Pools

Chess & Checkers Tables

Observation Pools Kayaking

Fishing

Water Taxi Stop

Lounges/Study Areas Classrooms School

Gymnasium

Food Market Playgrounds

Cafeteria Auditorium

Senior Housing

Recreational Lawns - Badminton - Shuffleboard - Basketball - Tennis - Bocce - Ultimate Frisbee - Lacrosse - Volleyball

Picnic Tables

Rowboating

Offices

WEST STREET

Offices

Trees Promenade Paths

Bike Paths

Restaurants

Retail Shopping

Library Reading Areas Circulation Desk Cafes Pubs

Book Stacks

Cinema Ticketing Lounges

LANDSCAPE UPPERSCAPE

Dining Area

Condominiums

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

PIER AREAS UPLAND AREAS

Concessions Screening Rooms Parking

(above) conceptual reconfiguration of mixed-use program (background) site image at Pier 46

C I T Y


A B

Amphitheater

C D E F G

NG WORKING LIVI LEARN ING

Composite

LIV ING

LEARNING LIVIN G G LIVIN

LIVING WORKIN

G VING

LI plan of the north end of the project, from W. 14th Street to Bank Street/ Pier 49

RKING O W G N LIV I LIV WORKING ING

aerial view of project proposal, from W. 11th Street above Pier 46 (left) to Clarkson Street and Pier 40 (right)

final model showing a few punctures through the megastructures


Combinatory Urbanism | F.2010 - S.2011

FOLDED LANDSCAPE

Elevations of folded surfaces [A-G], isolated and then superimposed upon each other. Elevation A shows the surface along West Street while Elevation G shows the surface closest to the river.

intersection of view corridor lines with each other intersection of view corridor lines with historic pier outlines intersection of historic pier outlines with each other

The view corridor lines from within the city, as well as the layering of historic pier outlines, serve as informants to derive the geometry of the upperscape buildings. By extrapolating points of intersection among these sets of lines, the buildings are tectonically connected to each other and to the urban fabric.


60.6

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60.6

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52.9

LIVING G IN V LI

52.9

Living

Living Learning

Living

Learning

Zone One of faceting solar angles 67

27.9

67

67

58.6

58.6

Living

Living

MTA Bus

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LIV

IN VISIT

G

Learning

Water Taxi

W

IN

G LIVING

plan of the south end of the project, from W. 11th Street to Clarkson Street/Pier 40

69

69

15.7

Working | Learning

69

58.7

Living Learning | Living

MTA Bus

Zone Three of faceting solar angles

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In order to bring natural sunlight down to the landscape, the buildings are faceted according to the solar angles on the site throughout the year. The upperscape is divided into three zones, moving from the upland areas and out to the pierhead. Three different sets of angles are used within these different zones. Within the first zone, the angles facet the buildings to allow more sunlight to reach the ground, highlighting it as the public realm. Within the third zone, the faceting angles create more shadows, making the landscape at the pierhead appear more private.

site plan marking upperscape zones: Zone One in yellow; Zone Two in orange; and Zone Three in red

CULTURAL COMMERCIAL schematic section showing a pedestrian bridge over West Street and an embedded building within the folded landscape


Architectural Design 6 | Spring 2010

SHANGHAI URBAN LIVING * in collaboration with E. Mo | selected for publication

Breaking Boundaries between Residential Typologies

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Hongkou, North Shanghai, P.R.China Gustavo Crembil

TASK

Replace informal scattered housing with new residential communities.

CONCEPT

Programmatic and spatial connections break hierarchical boundaries between residential typologies. The voids of the housing complex and the green spaces of the mixed-use village form a figure-ground relationship. The voids create an implied network that manifests as connected green spaces in plan. The undulating surfaces between the ground and the elevated complex are simulated in section by the expansion and contraction of the village’s green spaces.

(background) site image of informal living conditions with high-rise tower in back


URBAN ELEMENT

PROGRAM

ROAD SYSTEM

The strong and weak elements determine which area should be regenerated or modified. Based on the informal settlement, new housing types - the slab and the village are proposed.

The current program is recombined to strengthen the four housing typologies as a whole community. Retail, community centers, and other programs are also introduced.

The original road for vehicles is converted into a pedestrian street, and several pocket spaces are inserted. Together, the pedestrian street and pocket spaces connect the four housing typologies.

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Shanghai Urban Living | S.2010 The project proposal permeates the boundaries between the existing communities in four ways:

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1) The interior road is moved to combine the four residential areas and separate them from the new commercial and bus stop strip along Siping Road. It is replaced by a pedestrian walkway that connects the four areas. 2) Horizontal paths allow access from the streets and into each residential area. 3) Green and open spaces are created for all residents. 4) Different programs are inserted into different areas, catering to the residents of the whole site and helping to create the proposed circulation.

HIGH-RISE TOWERS project plan of the ground condition

+ pedestrian path

+ housing slab

mixed-use village


existing conditions

proposed conditions

slab programs

village programs

slab form

village form

roof

figure-ground residential

structure

green space

commercial

layered components of mixed-use village


Shanghai Urban Living | S.2010

aerial view of project proposal

sectional perspective A-A of mixed-use village


rendered view from beneath housing slab


Shanghai Urban Living | S.2010

model of project proposal, looking southwest

section of housing slab


Design Development | Fall 2009

KAZAKHSTAN NATIONAL LIBRARY Thickening the Edge between Program and Facade

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Astana, Kazakhstan Mark Mistur and Demetrios Comodromos

TASK

Develop project after schematic design phase by reimagining competition winning design originated by Bjarke Ingels Group

CONCEPT

Cohesively integrate the programs of a library, archive spaces, museum exhibitions, and public space with the facade skin. Programs are stitched together with continuous circulation. The skin’s detached wrapper-like relationship with the interior volumes is subverted by extending the reading spaces and allowing users to occupy the edge space between the facade and the programs.

(background) project rendering of facade skin and interior volumes


Programs Archives and Open Book Stacks Archives and Open Book Stacks

archive and open book stacks

Administration, Research and Reading Rooms

Administration, Research and Reading Rooms

administration, research, and reading rooms Public Functions and Plaza

public function and plaza

Public Functions and Plaza

programs

Books Books

Support Paths Support Paths

books

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Composite exhibition path

public paths

Exhibition Path

paths Paths Exhibition Path

Composite

The National Library of Kazakhstan seeks to become a new national symbol that transforms spaces from a horizontal organization, where functions are placed next to each other, to a vertical orientation, where they are stacked on top of each other. A strategic organizational system combines vertical hierarchy, horizontal connectivity, and diagonal view lines. The massing is a central circle, which houses the book stacks, with a series of public programs arranged along a continuous spiraling path that wraps around the circle.

A ramping system creates continuity of circulation between book stack levels.


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north-south section demonstrating the diagonal view lines (in red) between the interior volumes and the museum exhibition path along the terraces

The facade manifests as a twisted tube that wraps around the interior volumes, yet remains detached from them. By wrapping the transforming composition of spaces with this continuous skin, the facade changes from wall to roof and back again.


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Where reading spaces face the outer facade skin, extensions branch out and are connected at the edge. This once-empty space becomes thickened with activity as people walk along the facade.

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Kazakhstan National Library | F.2009

project model showing continuous stair circulation connecting museum exhibition terraces

(above) project model showing extensions between facade and reading spaces (opposite) sectional model of project showing book stacks and reading spaces

project model showing museum exhibition terrace and interior spaces


Architectural Design 5 | Spring 2009

PRAGUE INSTITUTE OF PHOTOGRAPHY Bridging the Gap at the Castle Boundary

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Prague Castle | Prague, Czech Republic Thomas Mical

TASK

Connect museum, archival, and research facilities with the historical castle context.

CONCEPT

This design proposal approaches Prague Castle from both above and below, occupying the Stag Moat valley right beyond the northern castle wall. Different spaces require different lighting qualities that affect the programmatic relationships of the interior. The vertical circulation is defined by a wood lattice structure.

(background) project rendering showing facade veil across the Stag Moat valley


residential (shared)

residential (private)

residential (shared) residential (private) administration

cafe retail administration scholar offices

classrooms

classrooms gallery gallery

reading rooms public archive catalogue room print room digital archive

cafe and retail

lecture hall scholar offices

research labs archive storage mechanical

research labs

public archive archive storage

mechanical layered programs organized by desired light exposure

level A plan showing public archive, research labs, and scholar offices


Prague Institute of Photography | S.2009

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section of entrance from Prague Castle through the castle wall; the contraction of space through the tunnel opens out to the expansion of space in the open vertical circulation core

Photography operates through the use of light and shadows. Light exposure affects the resulting photographic image. In architecture, light can affect the programmatic relationships of the interior. Different spaces have different functions that require varying lighting qualities. Spaces that would normally be grouped together for programmatic reasons are divided according to their desired amounts of light. The open vertical circulation core is the southernmost part of the building and attempts to draw southern daylight into the interior.

level B plan showing lecture hall, research labs, scholar offices, and meeting rooms

level C plan showing entrances, gallery, cafe, and retail spaces

level D plan showing classrooms and administration offices

level E plan showing residences and common areas for scholars


sectional model of project proposal showing public archive and layered research labs above mechanical and archive storage spaces

The project proposal approaches Prague Castle from both above and below, becoming simultaneously ephemeral and earthly. The facade veil cascades across the Stag Moat valley from the castle buildings behind the north wall. The darkest spaces burrow and carve away at the topography.

The main floor structure folds around the three main programmatic spaces: the museum, the archive, and the research facilities. Smaller floor structures define the smaller spaces within those programs.

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Prague Institute of Photography | S.2009

RESIDENCES

ASSROOMS

GALLERY

PUBLIC ARCHIVE

E STORAGE section of project proposal burrowing into the valley and connecting with the castle wall and buildings


Architectural Design 2 | Fall 2007

INTEGRATED LIFESTYLE HOUSING * in collaboration with J. Budz, E. Maus, and D. Norton

Hinging Residential Spaces at the Community Edge

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Harvard Athletic Field | Allston, MA Ali Soltani

TASK

Create variations within a residential complex located at the outer edge of a studio-designed housing community.

CONCEPT

Private residences and public programs are inserted into modules that form linked hinges. The vertical organization of the modules varies to create sectional differentiation and interstitial spaces. Fenestration operates in different ways on the residential side and the circulation corridor of the design proposal.

(background) project rendering showing the dynamic fenestration and varying interstitial spaces among the residences


Fenestration: Privacy

bathroom

bedroom light

living/kitchen/dining areas

line of sight

Fenestration: Hinging

most dense

least dense

site plan of studio-designed residential community, with project proposal area indicated along outer edge

The vertical organization of the modular blocks opens up most of the ground for public use. The varying orientations of the modules create different views for each residence. The interior programs on the residential side define the gaps between the fenestration bars according to the desired amount of privacy. Along the circulation corridor, the spacing between the bars gradually decrease as they move closer to the hinge points, indicating the compression of the hinges. 4 dorms, kitchen, bath 1 townhouse, 3 dorms, kitchen, bath studio single apartment 1 townhouse, 1 studio, 1 single apartment large apartment public program space combinations of residential units inserted into 60’x26’ modular blocks


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Integrated Lifestyle Housing | F.2007 Text font size 18

Second Floor Plan Scale: 1” = 16’-0”

und Floor Plan

Sound Room

1” = 16’-0”

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second level plan North

Third Floor Plan Scale: 1” = 16’-0”

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third level plan North

Fourth Floor Plan

Laundry Room

Scale: 1” = 16’-0”

Backstage

Cafe Section AA

Stage Theater

Wing

Scale: 1” = 8’-0”

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Fifth Floor Plan Scale: 1” = 16’-0” Lounge

Patio

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Mech Room

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Mech Room

fifth level plan

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Sixth Floor Plan Scale: 1” = 16’-0”

B Patio

Programmatic Blocks

Laundry Room

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Storage

sixth level plan

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Reading Room

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studio single apartment 1 townhouse, 1 studio, 1 single apartment

Interior Circulation

large apartment commercial space 4

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seventh level plan North

Eighth Floor Plan Scale: 1” = 16’-0”

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Integrated Lifest

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= Elevator = Fire Stair = Architectural Stair

ground level plan of landscape, public programs (left), and single apartments (right)

eighth level plan North

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LARGE APT. SINGLE APT.

TOWN HPOUUBSE

LIC PROGRAM

(above) sectional perspective of project proposal showing fenestration on the residential side (right) project model showing fenestration on the residential side

project model in studio site context

project rendering of residential side

project model of circulation side


Integrated Lifestyle Housing | F.2007

rendering of project proposal showing the circulation side and landscape elements


Curriculum Vitae

OLIVIA M. LAU EMAIL CELL

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 08.2011 - Present

olaunyc@gmail.com 646.248.1393

SoulCycle | New York, NY Junior Designer | Retail Design NY | New York City and New York metro regions CA | Los Angeles County and San Francisco Bay Area CT | Greenwich • Working with the Director of Design to develop fitness and retail interiors for over 15 projects • Producing construction documents and drawing packages for multiple filing processes • Designing branded storefront signage for existing and landmarked buildings • Detailing custom millwork and creating brand standard FF&E packages

Gensler | New York, NY 06.2010 - 08.2010

Architectural Intern | Corporate Design Proskauer Rose LLP | 450,000 sq ft | 11 Times Square, NY • Coordinated and assisted furniture selection interviews between designers and clients • Created interior office plans and furniture selection documents for corporate interiors

05.2007 - 08.2007

Architectural Intern | Retail Design Town Sports International, NYSC building | Hicksville, NY • Created construction documents and presentation drawings for fitness retail interiors

06.2006 - 08.2006

Architectural Intern | Aviation Design JetBlue Airways, Terminal 5 | 640,000 sq ft | JFK International Airport, NY • Edited construction documents for airport terminal interiors and exterior

NYC Department of Design and Construction | Long Island City, NY 06.2008 - 08.2008

Intern | Police/Fire Unit NYPD 40th Police Precinct and FDNY Zerega Avenue EMS | Bronx, NY NYPD 120th Police Precinct | Staten Island, NY • Received training in design and construction management for city police precincts and firehouses


TECHNICAL SKILLS

Computational Design AutoCAD for Mac OS and PC | Google SketchUp 8 | Rhinoceros 4.0 | V-Ray

Multimedia Design Adobe Illustrator | Adobe Photoshop | Adobe InDesign | Adobe Dreamweaver

Fabrication Vytek Digital Laser Cutting

EDUCATION 05.2011

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute | Troy, NY Bachelor of Architecture | Minor in Philosophy of Human Values and Cultures • GPA : 3.68 / 4.00 • Final Project: Combinatory Urbanism | Designing for Diversity at the Urban-River Edge

Tongji University | Shanghai, P.R.China 02.2010 - 05.2010

RPI / Tongji University Study-Abroad Program


RECOGNITION

RPI School of Architecture | Troy, NY

05.2011

Faculty Award for generally high scholastic attainment in the study of Architecture

05.2011

Faculty Award for Outstanding Service to the School of Architecture

05.2011

Harriet Peck Thesis Prize nomination and exhibition

04.2011

International Study-Abroad Program exhibition

Spring 2011 05.2010

Final Project Exhibition Norman Waxman Memorial Award for “exemplifying a spirit of unselfish giving to the School and Institute”

Springs 2008, 2010, 2011

Selection of student work for publication

02.2008

Authored “ACE Internship: What I Learned.” eOculus. February 19, 2008.

10.2007

Presented M. Arthur Gensler, Jr., chairman of Gensler, with ACE Legacy Award at the ACE Mentor Program’s Second Annual Legacy Award event

ADDITIONAL EMPLOYMENT 08.2011 - 10.2011

Uniqlo USA | New York, NY Customer Sales Associate • Training in retail sales floor procedures, with an emphasis on organization, attention-to-detail, and time management • Provided excellent customer service using product and brand knowledge during the grand opening of company’s Fifth Avenue location

STEP Summer and NYS5 STEM Programs | Troy, NY 06.2009 - 08.2009

Teaching Resident Assistant • Assisted teachers in summer enrichment programs for middle and high school students

RPI School of Architecture | Troy, NY 08.2007 - 03.2008

Teaching Assistant | Building and Thinking of Architecture 1 and 2 courses • Reviewed bi-weekly homework assignments on historical and cultural architecture • Conducted bi-weekly learning seminars

09.2006 - 05.2011

Work-Study Student | Dean of Architecture office • Performed clerical and reception duties • Conducted school tours for guest visitors and prospective and incoming students • Completed mailing of architecture school lecture series posters within short deadlines • Acted as sales clerk for architecture student supply store


Curriculum Vitae

LEADERSHIP | VOLUNTEER WORK 03.2012 - Present

Stuyvesant High School | New York, NY Volunteer Teaching Assistant • Creating and assisting teacher in delivering weekly presentations about modern, postmodern, and contemporary architecture for senior-level architecture class • Developing exam questions about architectural history as presented to students

Asian American International Film Festival | New York, NY Summers 2010, 2011, 2012

Event Volunteer | Asian Cinevision • Performed greeting, ticket taking, and will call duties for annual film festival presented by a nonprofit media arts organization

Iron Designer Challenge | New York, NY 06.2011 | 06.2010

Set-up Volunteer | The Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction • Assisted in set-up for annual event where 8-11 teams of design professionals and students built structures using various materials

Women at Rensselaer Mentor Program | Troy, NY 07.2010 - 05.2011

Mentor • Guided freshman architecture student from China through her first year at RPI

RPI Ballroom Dance Team | Troy, NY 09.2006 - 05.2011

Active Member, Team Captain, Competition Webmaster, and Publicity Chair • Managed team as it tripled in size by establishing lessons schedules and treasurer and travel coordinator positions • Promoted events around campus and to other collegiate teams • Served as point of contact between team, school administration, and other collegiate teams during and after captainship

RPI School of Architecture | Troy, NY 03.2011 - 04.2011

04.2009

Student Coordinator | International Study-Abroad Program Exhibition • Managed exhibition event planning and publication of student works from the 2010 RPI/ Tongji University Study-Abroad Program Coordinator | Accepted Students Day Open House • Conducted school tours for prospective and incoming students • Supervised other student volunteers in engaging visitors


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Graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, B.Arch 2011. Interested in opportunities that will expose me to a variety of project tasks and...

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