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LUI PATRICIA WING KAY


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URBAN AGRICULTURE PAVILION

DENVER

Due to various global phenomena, it is enevitable that farmable lands are getting relatively scarce nowadays and it becomes neccessary for people to seek alternative ways to produce food under controlled environment. This gives rise to vertical agricultural pavilions which help to resolve not only the land issue but the quality controlled of the products. The pavilion is designed to create an urban and visual interactions between different activity zones and platforms.

URBAN URBAN RESPONSE RESPONSE DIAGRAM DIAGRAM

UA High Rise | Health and Wellness Center System Studio, Fall 2016

Unitarian Universalist Congregation

Agricultural Pavilion

Market Hall URBAN RESPONSE RESPONSE DIAGRAM DIAGRAM Land Ethics Studio, Spring 2016 URBAN Tectonic Studio, Fall 2015

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1. Public Space / Market Hall / Private Space

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Bird Watching Tower Structures, Spring 2016 1

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2. Urban Entry

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Lobby Exterior


UA HIGHRISE

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 

Location: Program: Size:

Tucson, Arizona Health and Wellness Center 75,834 sq ft

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 

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

Maximize pedestrian flow on ground floor



Atrium spaces allow social and visual interaction

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Free column spaces maximize visual connection to views and surroundings

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 

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 

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 

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Living up to its name, the design of UA Highrise maximize the height of the building, reaching up to the sky. It also features a hundred feet long span column free design which not only maximize the flexibility in housing a wide variety of health and wellness activities on multiple floors but also create mutiple atrium design, strong interir visual  connection of the different activities as well as maximizing views across the city and the distant mountains.

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

UA Highrise features a landmark for downtown Tucson. The goal is to create an unique, clear and bold structure celebrating not only the optimistic UA Highrise mission but imposing also a strong contrast to the cultural neighbourhood of the city and introducing a new inclusive social focal point that attracts a wide variety of clientele from across the city.


Project Intention Attract mixed uses from surroundings to create a high traffic spot

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 




 Design Process   

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



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Program Divison

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Program Stacking

Structural elements divided into 3 bays 

 













 







  

 



 



 

 

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 

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 

 

 



 

 





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 

 

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Level Shifting

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

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Carving Atrium

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Shifting Atrium

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Ground Floor Exterior


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 

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  

 

  

  

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 

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FLOOR PLANS

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The swimming pool is outdoor, not only enhances cross-air ventilation, but also allows people to experience the cantilevered part of the building, having a closer connection to downtown Tucson.

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The design idea focused on an atrium, which connects to most of the levels. This allows users to have more visual and social interactions in the space. Programs are pushed to the North and South sides of the building, giving users a better view of the exterior surroundings.

 

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 

  UP

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 

   

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 

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  

  

  

  

  

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  

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BOARD INSULATION

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WATERPROOFING MEMBRANE METAL PARAPET CAP CAVITY INSULATION METAL DECKING

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METAL FLASHING

Roof 190' - 0"

Roof 190' - 0"

Level 9 170' - 0"

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Level 8 150' - 0"

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Level 7 130' - 0"

Level 7 130' - 0"

Level 6 110' - 0"

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Level 5 90' - 0"

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Level 4 70' - 0"

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Level 3 50' - 0"

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Level 2 30' - 0"

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8” PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

1/2” PRESSURE - IMPREGNATED TIMBER BOARDING 2” DIA. STEEL TUBE 1/4” GLASS PLANEL 1/2” PRECAST CONCRETE PANEL

PERFORATED STAINLESS STEEL BLADE

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PAINTED STEEL VERTICAL STRUT

HANGING 2” DIA STEEL ROD SUPPORTING CURTAIN WALL SYSTEM

EXTRUDED ALUMINUM MULLION

3” DIA. STEEL ROD

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1’ CAVITY INSULATION

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3/4” WOOD PANEL FINSIH FLOOR

BOARD INSULATION 42” GUARDRAIL METAL FLASHING CAVITY INSULATION

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WOOD PANEL SUSPENDED CEILING

8’ STRUCTURAL TRUSS HANGING CABLES FOR SUSPENDED CEILING

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Atrium View

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METAL PLATE ANCHOR

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20’ - 0”

PRECAST CONCRETE SLAB

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18” RETAINING WALL

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Level 10 190' - 0"

Level 9 170' - 0"

Level 9 170' - 0"

Level 8 150' - 0"

Level 8 150' - 0"

Level 7 130' - 0"

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Level 6 110' - 0"

Level 6 110' - 0"

Level 5 90' - 0"

Level 5 90' - 0"

Level 4 70' - 0"

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Desert is a getaway place from the busy city life. A place to pause, to meditate, to inspire, and to restore. A place where people can find peace, freedom and equality.


UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CONGREGATION

Location: Program: Size:

Oro Valley, Tucson, Arizona Unitarian Universalist Church Campus 56,234 sq ft

From the Unitarian Universalist principle, respect for the interdependent web of all existence, the idea is to define DIAGRAM whatCONCEPTUAL is man made, what is natural, and how they merge. Inherent in this position, the idea of equality is also reflected in the non-hierarchial approach towards the campus planning.

CAMPUS PARKING

The design is also set up to be highly reactive, highly tuned to the local environment, the winds, the water, topography, and vegetation all affect the programmatic spaces. Each program is flexible to maximize one’s engagement with the landscape and surroundings. The campus educates, inspires, and encourages people to explore and to interact.

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SITUATE 01. SITUATE ALONG THE RIDGE

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ALONG THE RIDGE

To Pause

To Meditate

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PARKING

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PARKING 02. AND CAMPUS PARKING AND CAMPUS

To Inspire

To Restore

CAMPUS PARKING

CAMPUS PARKING

SITUATE 01.

SITUATE

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ALONG THE RIDGE 01.

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ALONG THE RIDGE

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ALONG THE RIDGE

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PARKING AND CAMPUS

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PARKING AND CAMPUS

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PARKING AND CAMPUS 02.

CAMPUS

PARKING

03. PARKING AND CAMPUS

ARRANGE 03.

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS

ARRANGE

ARRANGE 03. ARRANGE

TUNE

FUNCTIONS USES

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INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS

INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS INDIVIDUAL PROGRAMS

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TUNE

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FUNCTIONS 04. USES

Macro

FUNCTION USES

FUNCTIONS USES

Micro MACRO

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CAMPUS


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6 FEE 2598

5 FEE 2596

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Parking Dropping Off Information Center Outdoor Spaces Garden Spaces Social Hall Sancturary Outdoor Worship Learning Center Nature Path Nature Chapel

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Respect for the interdependent web of all existence of which we are a part. Unitarian Universalist Principle


Outdoor Community Space


SITE SECTIONS | TRANSVERSE

Nature Immersion

BLUR THE LINE OF NATURE AND MANMADE

Water Redirection

ENHANCE VEGETATION GROWTH


Social Hall


SECTION | SOCIAL HALL Justice, equity and compassion in human relations. Unitarian Universalist Principle


Respect | Gather | Inspire | Learn | Experience


URBAN AGRICULTURE PAVILION

Location: Program: Size:

Denver, Colorado Vertical Farm 44,879 sq ft Knowledge

Due to various global phenomena, it is enevitable that farmable lands are getting relatively scarce nowadays and it becomes necessary for people to seek alternative ways to produce food under controlled environment. This gives rise to vertical agricultural pavilions which help to resolve not only the land issue but the quality controlled of the products.

Visitors Experience

The pavilion is designed to provide outdoor platforms, allowing people to interact not only plants, but also the business district in the city. Seed Incubation

Seed Hatchery

Product

Harvest

Colorado State Capitol

Compost

Market

Packaging an Shipping

Financial District

Civic Center Park

Ingest

Programmatic Connection and Cycle


URBAN URBAN RESP RE

Markert Hall


Urban Response

PONSE ESPONSE DIAGRAM DIAGRAM 01. Plants | Market Hall | Administration

02. Urban Entry

03. Building Form

04. Visual Interaction


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Elevated Outdoor Space

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20 FT

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Program Development

01. Public | Private

02. Subtraction for outdoor space

03. Carve - Atrium Extrude - Shading

04. Connection of two buildings


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FLOOR PLANS

10

20 FT

The ground level and the first level are dedicated to public and social activities, creating a more welcoming plaza for users to hang out.

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Floors that are above the first level are separated into the agriculture area and administration area, while there is a bridge connects both buildings on the third floor, in order for users to understand both argriculture and the process behind of operating and facilitating the system.

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On the adminstration building, the third floor is cantilevered out, not only providing shades on the ground floor, but also allow users on the third floor to view the entire downtown of Denver. 11

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TRASH AREA OUTDOOR MARKET HALL INDOOR MARKET HALL PACKAGING / PROECSSING

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LOBBY OUTDOOR SPACE JANITORIAL ROOM SHIPPING / LOADING DOCK

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PLAN

1. Lobby 2. Packing and Shipping 3. Indoor Market Hall 4. Trash 5. Outdoor Market Hall 6. Loading Dock 7. Janitor Closet 8. Outdoor Gathering Space 9. Office Lobby 10. Exhibition Area 11. Elevated Outdoor Space 12. Employee Break Room 13. Employee Locker Room 14. Office / Meeting Room 15. Amarture Space 16. Seedling Hatchery 17. Visitor’s Harvet Area / Rest Area


PLAN

1/F 2/F 3/F SEEDLING HATCHERY VISITORS HARVEST AREA / REST AREA LOCATION OF ARMATURES

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17

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18

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KEY:

FORTH LEVEL

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14 OFFICE / MEETING ROOM EMPLOYEE BREAK ROOM EMPLOYEE LOCKER ROOM

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11

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OUTDOOR SPACE

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13

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10

10

20 FT

20 FT

20 FT

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Structure

Building Envelope BUILDING ENVELOPE DETAILING

Detailing PARAPET

DETAIL A

STL. CANTILEVERD BEAM STL. DIAGONAL SUPPORTING BEAM

STL. DIAGRID FRAMING

ALUMINUM MULLION DETAIL B

STL. FLATBAR GUARDRAIL WITH CABLES CATWALK

CURTAIN WALL

Primary:

Diagrid System

Secondary: Catwalk Platforms SPIDER FITTING

OPERABLE WINDOW

Plant Location 13/F

GREEN BEANS

12/F

SWEET AND HOT PEPPER

11/F

TOMATO

10/F

CUCUMBER

9/F

ZUCCHINI AND YELLOW SQUASH

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CABBAGE

7/F

CHARD

6/F

HERB

5/F

SPINACH

4/F

LETTUCE

3/F

STRAWBERRY

DETAIL C

FOUNDATION

WALL SECTION

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

ELEVATION

PLAN

SCALE: 1/4" = 1'-0"

ARC 321 | 2015F | MICHAEL KOTHKE | BUILDING ENVELOPE DETAILING | LUI P


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SECTION A

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10

20 FT


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Experience


BIRD WATCHING TOWER

Location: San Pedro, Arizona Program: Wood Structure Watch Tower Size: 3576 sq ft Contribution: Design, 3D Model, Model Making Collaborators: Truc Nguyen, Shannon Mcquaid Luz Rosario Pina

ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPT

STRUCTURAL CONCEPT

This project is to design an observation tower, which is constructed using wood structures. The tower is located in San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area in Southern Arizona. The site is bound with cottonwood trees and recessed in a river bed. The design approach is about cantilevering floor planes from the center core, where the staircase is placed. By rotating floor planes on different floors allow a different persepective for bird watchers to capture the moment of nature in any angle. The East and West side of the tower have louvers for shading system. The core is supported by columns and cross bracings.

ATRIUM

Architectural Concept

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: TRUC NGUYEN

Structural Concept

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: SHANNON MCQUAID


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24.5’

CONCRETE SITTING AREA 5.4’

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UP

13.8'

STEEL CABLE CROSS-BRACING

-2 2 INTERMEDIATE 8” WIDE BEAM FOR STABILITY

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Ground Level 0

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FT

Level 1

SECOND FLOOR

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: LUZ ROSARIO PINA

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FLOOR PLANS

GROUND FLOOR PLAN

C

D

A

B

24.5’

13’ 8”

5.4’

5.4’

60˚ 60˚ 60˚

5.4’

UP

5.4’

0

2

4

8

FT

THIRD FLOOR


ROOF FRAMING / PLAN & DETAIL B C D

A

24.5’

24.5’

13’ 8”

5.4’

5.4’

A

B

13’ 8”

C

5.4’

D

28’

B

C

D

28’

DOUGLAS FIR WOOD ROOF SLOPED FOR DRAINAGE

ROOF 4” THICK DOUGLAS FIR WOOD PLANK SHET

2’

4

3 UP

4

INTERMEDIATE 1’x 1’ DOUGLAS FIR WIDE BLOCK FOR BEAM STABILITY

60˚ 60˚ 60˚

5.4’

A

UP

3

DOUGLAS FIR WOOD STAIRS

4”x 4” DOUGLAS FIR WOOD BEAM

28’ DOU GONG INTERLOCKING PIECES AROUND 1'X1' COLUMN

1’x1’ DOUGLAS FIR WOOD COLUMN

1’ 8”

2

1’

5.4’

1 3’

4’ 6’ 8” 7’

Level 2 0

2

4

8

FT

THIRD FLOOR

2

2

1’

3’

0 4

2

4 8

8

FT

FT

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: PATRICIA LUI

1

4’ 6’ 8”

7’

1’ 8”

ROOF FRAMING PLAN 0

1’ 8”

1’

DETAIL 1: INTERLOCKING BEAMS WRAP AROUND WOOD COLUMN AND BOLTS FIX THEM INTO PLACE. THIS EXPRESSES THE RELIANCE OF THE BEAMS TO THE COLUMN

Roof Plan

7’

ROOF PLAN

0

2

4

8

FT

4” 2”

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: SHANNON MCQUAID

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D

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C


7’

7’

14’

RAIN WATER

Entry ENTRY

RAIN WATER

CIRCULATION

0

2

4

8

Rainwater RAIN WATER

Rainwater

RAIN WATER

Rain / Water Shed

RAIN / WATER SHED 0 LIGHT (WINTER)

20

42

4

8

FT 8

RAIN / WATER SHED

FT

FT

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Circulation

South Section

LIGHT (SUMMER)

0

0

2

2

4

4

8

8

FT

FT

DEVELOPED AND DRAFTED BY: TRUC NGUYEN

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DIAGRAMS

14’

7’

7’

36’

36’

CRO

HORIZO

24’

24’

VERTIC

TAP

12’

12’

CONCRE

WEST - EAST WEST - EAST


2

CROSS BRACING 1

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SCHEME CONNECTION DETAILS

DOUGLAS FIR COLUMNS ATTACHED TO DOUG-GONG BEAMS THROUGH STEEL WRAPPING WITHIN BEAM NOTCHES REINFORCED WITH 3/4" DIAMETER BOLTS.

1.

HORIZONTAL LOUVERS

VERTICAL LOUVERS

SCHEME CONNECTION DETAILS TAPERED BEAM

2.

1

CONCRETE FLOOR SLAB 3

North Section 1

NORTH - SOUTH

DOUGLAS FIR COLUMNS ATTACHED TO DOUG-GONG BEAMS THROUGH STEEL 0 DIAMETER 2 BOLTS.4 WRAPPING WITHIN BEAM NOTCHES REINFORCED WITH 3/4"

8

FT

3.

3

1

DOUG-GONG BEAMS CONNECTION TO SL

3

Douglas Fir columns attached to Doug-Gong beams DOUGLAS FIR COLUMNS ATTACHED TO DOUG-GONG BEAMS THROUGH STEEL through steel, wrapping within notches WRAPPING WITHIN BEAM NOTCHES REINFORCED WITH 3/4"beam DIAMETER BOLTS. reinforced with 3/4” diameter bolts

3

STEEL CA REINFOR

Douglas Fir columns to concrete foundation connection through steel plate and DOUGLAS FIR COLUMN TO CONCRETE FOUNDATION CONNECTION THROUGH bolt 2 STEEL PLATE AND BOLT REAINFORCEMENT. reinforcement

DEVELOPED AN 2

DOUGLAS FIR COLUMN TO CON STEEL PLATE AND BOLT REAINF

Doug-Gong beams connection to slanted roof system DOUG-GONG BEAMS CONNECTION TO SLANTED ROOF SYSTEM.


Patricia Lui

Contact

901 N Euclid Ave, Apt #104 Tucson, Arizona 85719 plui@email.arizona.edu

505 - 918 - 2600


Education

Work Experience

University of Arizona, CAPLA Bachelor of Architecture

2013 - 2018

CAPLA Study Abroad in Japan

Summer 2016

University of New Mexico, SAA+P College of Architecture

2012 - 2013

University of Western Ontario College of General Science

2011 - 2012

Honors + Awards Honorable Mention in Dean’s List

Dec 2016

Richard + Bauer Prize

Dec 2016

Best Interior Architecture/ Environment Honorable Mention

Honorable Mention in Dean’s List

Dec 2015

Tau Sigma Delta Honor Society

Sept 2015

Academic Year Academic Distinction

May 2015

Honorable Mention in Dean’s List Honorable Mention in Dean’s List

May 2015

Honorable Mention in Dean’s List

May 2014

P & T Architect & Engineer Ltd. Summer 2015 Hong Kong 2014 2015 Design Intern - Project Team

2014 Design Intern - Design Team

• • • • • •

• • • • • •

Project site visit Client’s meeting Autocad detail drafting Construction documents Sketch - up massing model Photoshop renderings

Participated in project competition Sketch-up massing model Railing designs Photoshop renderings Constructing diagrams Model making

Travel USA: San Fransisco Los Angeles San Diego Las Vegas Orlando Denver Seattle Tucson

Dec 2014

Canada:

London Ontario Vancouver Victoria Toronto Whistler

China: Beijing Shanghai Hong Kong Vietnam:

Ho Chi Ming City

Thailand: Bangkok Phuket Malaysia:

Kuala Lumpur

Japan: Kyoto Kanazawa Tokyo Osaka Niigata

Skillset

Reference

Digital Proficiency:

Brad Lang, AIA Adjunct Professor University of Arizona bradlang@email.arizona.edu

Beth Weinstein, AIA Assoicate Professor & Program Chair University of Arizona bmw99@email.arizona.edu

Michael Kothke, AIA Adjunct Professor University of Arizona mkothke@email.arizona.edu

Ling Li, AIA & HKIA Architect & Director, P&T Architect & Engineer Ltd., Hong Kong lingli@p-t-group.com

Software: Revit, Rhinoceros, Maxwell, V-ray, Autocad, Google Sketch Up, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Microsoft Office Fabrication: Laser Cutting, CNC, 3D Printing Analogue Proficiency: Handdrafting, Model Making, Wood Making, Metal Making

Jennifer Lee, HKIA Architect & Director P&T Architect & Engineer Ltd., Hong Kong Jennifer@p-t-group.com



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