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R I K O

Y O S H I D A


RIKO YOSHIDA (707)564-7164 riko/yoshida1@gmail.com https://issuu.com/rikoyoshida

ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY 601 Brannan Street San Francisco, CA 94107 DEPARTMENT DIRECTOR / Archana Myer COURSE / Portfolio INSTRUCTOR / Chamindri Wijemanne

PAPER / TYPEFACE / Gotham, Gotham Black, Gotham Light SOFTWARE / Adobe Creative Suite 6, Revit, 3Ds Max, SketchUp

Copyright© 2017 All right reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrival system or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without permission of Riko Yoshida.


About Riko Yoshida grew up in Narita city, Chiba, which is famous for having the biggest international airport in Japan. Her hometown is a really small city and full of natural beauty. She always spent her time with her friends in the forest and felt freshwinds from the rice fields every day. Her undergraduate education at Tama Art University in Tokyo, Japan was the first step into the design world. Students could pick the assignments they tried in class, and she mainly chose architecture projects and some landscape projects. She had a range of passions from fine art to a rchitectural spaces, and visited architecture and exhibitions at least three times in a month in Japan. She joined extramural activities like Tokyo Designers Week, Yokohama Illumination Project, and some art projects. She also wanted to get experience in real situations, so she worked a part time job at big architecture firm in Tokyo as a modeler. Studying Interior Design at Academy of Art University has given her the opportunity to design modern interior spaces with her unique style. She realized that what she can design is not only modern but also applies design elements from her background in Japan. She tries to design minimal sophisticated interior spaces with select materials.


CONTENT


OAK+FORT San Francisco

ONE Shared Work Space and Childcare Space

TWO Bay Club SF Tennis

THREE

Design Milk

FOUR Ella’s Restaurant

FIVE Drawings

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ONE Retail Design Class Shop Design Project

Instractor / Serena Zanello 07


Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

OAK+FORT SAN FRANCISCO STORE

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store

OAK+FORT San Francisco Store

This is Retail Design Class Project. Oak+Fort is a fashion brand from Vancouver, Canada. They start to expand their field with homeware items including tableware, ceramics, and other various home/lifestyle objects that embody the brand’s minimal design aesthetics. Products have been sourced from local as well as international artists and brands, such as Vancouver-based Janaki Larsen, New York based company Souda, and from other international markets like Japan, France, and the Netherlands. I propose to sell San Francisco local products at this store. The brand will be able to collaborate with local brands, and it would allow expanding design range.

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Site Analysis

865 Market St, San Francisco, CA

This site is at the corner of Fillmore Street and Bush Street. This shopping mall is the biggest one in the city. The shop in the Westfield is located on the second floor near the escalator. The storefront and display are too simple, it doesn’t show the brand concept enough. Inside of the shop looks like a second-hand shop because of many hanger racks that don’t show products efficiently. Dress rooms are also just wall and curtain. People have to go out of the rooms to check the clothes.

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

They have brand ‘s color scheme and established simple and modern stores in Canada and the US. My concept of the store is “Fog” which is one of the famous San Francisco’s features. In addition, I propose designing the space for Homeware, such like pottery, textiles, ceramics, and beauty cosmetics.

CONCEPT 12


OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Mood Board

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T I start the design based on the customers’ circulation. I put the Homewear area in front Storage

of the store. This can be a unique approach which is different from other fashion stores. I provide a cashier at the center of the store,

Dressing Room

so the staff can access each section quickly. I design dressing rooms and storage, and the

Display

restroom is in the back.

Accessories Ladies'

Men's Cash Register

Men's

Accessories

Homeware

Fashion

Entrance

Fashion

Cash

Fashion

Register

Ladies' Fashion

Storage

Display

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Dressing Room

Homeware

Entrance Display


OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Design Development

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

❾ ❼

F1 Polished Consrete Floor

T1 Marble Restroom Floor

Floor Programing ❶ ❷ ❸

❸ ❶

❺ ❻ ❼ ❽ ❾

Entrance Display Homeware Cash register Ladies' fashion Men's fashion Dressing Rooms Restroom Strage

Floor Finish 1'-0"=1/16"

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Floor Plan & RCP Plan

A1 6" Incandescent 5' - 11" 2' - 4" 1' - 8" 1' - 6"

1' - 2" 1' - 2" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 1' - 2" 1' - 2" 1' - 6"

Floor Programing 0' - 10" 1' - 2" 1' - 4" 1' - 6"

2' - 4"

1' - 8"

2' - 4" 1' - 8" 1' - 6"

1' - 2" 1' - 2" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 1' - 2" 1' - 2" 1' - 6" 1' - 8" 2' - 4" 2' - 6" 2' - 4"

By Lowe's

(Narrowest)

1' - 8"

2' - 6"

120V

2' - 0"

P1

2' - 2"

3Light Straight Cylinder Track

2' - 4"

Light TK318

2' - 6"

By Nuvo Lighting

3' - 0" 3' - 8" 4' - 0" 5' - 11" (Widest)

1' - 8" 1' - 6"

1' - 2" 1' - 2" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 1' - 2" 1' - 2" 1' - 6"

P2

1' - 8"

Wire Frame

2' - 4" 2' - 6"

Pendant Light

3' - 0"

3' - 8"

4' - 0" 2' - 6"

0' - 10" 0' - 10" 1' - 2"

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1' - 4" 1' - 2" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 0' - 10" 1' - 2"

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Reflected Ceiling Plan 1'-0"=1/16"

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

The structure works as a shelf, and display area. The structure has an open framework which surrounds the existing columns. Products appear and disappear behind the structure like they are in the fog. People walk into the fog to find their fashions.

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store

OAK+FORT SAN FRANCISCO STORE

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

DR E S S I N G AR E A The existing dressing rooms consist of just a wall and a curtain. They don’t have mirrors in them. People have to go out of the rooms to check the clothes. I design the benches which match the design of the ceiling structure. Staff also can use these structures as shelves. Custom shelves are also the same design to match to the shop interior.

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Dressing Area

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OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Homewea Area

HOMEWEAR AREA

The homeware area is in the front, so people see this area at first when they enter the shop. This area shows design and art products, such as pottery, textiles, ceramics, and beauty cosmetics.

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SECTIONS

M1 Mirror wall by Bassett Mirror

Elevation 1'-0"=1/16"

White Brick: Whitehall(941) W1 by Redland

Elevation 1'-0"=1/16"

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M1 Mirror Column by Bassett Mirror

Elevation 1'-0"=1/16"


OAK+FORT San Fnrancisco Store l Siection & Facade Design

DISPLAY 25


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TWO Spatial Design Class Office and Childcare Design Project

Instractor / Felix Goebel 27


Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

SHARED WORKSPACE AND CHILDCARE SPACE OBI

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI

Shared Workspace And Childcare Space OBI

This assignment is an interior project for the two stories brick building at 444 Townsend Street, San Francisco, CA. The building owner requires the designer to design a shared workspace and childcare space in this building. The shared workspace has been getting more popular these days in the U.S.People who have their own business can work more efficiency than they can work alone at home, and they can share information or opportunities to see new people in the shared work space. People who have children can take them to the childcare space. The owner thinks that not only workers can use the shared workspace, but also people in the neighborhood can use the childcare space too.

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l Site Analysis

444 Townsend St, San Francisco, CA

People can see the Caltrain from this site.

Accessibility is great. People can access the site by train, by bus, and by car.

There is nothing that blocks the light, so the building can receive plenty of sunlight.

There are no green spaces or parks around this site.

The traffic is heavy. There is also a parking area in front of the building.

Children can’t walk or run outside because of the heavy traffic.

The shutters of the building are closed and there is a small entrance, so people can’t see what is going on inside.

Caltrain Railway

Caltrain Station

Highway

Safeway

AT&T Park

Bay Bridge

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

I want to design comfortable separated spaces for each function, but I don’t want to divide the space completely. Why I don’t want to divide the space completely is people share this space together, so people can get more opportunities to work more actively if it's not completely divided. I want to design more open space rather than designing a small surrounded workspace. This method can be applied to the childcare space as well. I think children can feel less stress in open spaces compared to closed spaces because children feel stress without their parents. They can learn and play in this childcare without much stress. Obi is a belt(sash) for a Japanese traditional kimono. We tie the Obi to wear a Kimono and Yukata(summer kimono). The materials of the front and the back are different colors or patterns, and we show both colors by turning the belt out. I use different materials to establish each space, and I want to create interior walls of different height to make the space more open.

CONCEPT 32


Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l Mood Board

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l Design Development

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

This is the entrance lobby of the Shared Workspace and the Childcare Space OBI. The walls show the beautiful existing columns. Children can access the Childcare Space by the elevator and by the staircase .

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI

SHARED WORKPACE AND CHILDCARE SPACE OBI Entrance Lobby

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida 6.Nap & Yoga space

5.Cafe space & Kitchen 4.Individual focus seat

2.Meeting room

3.Private office 1.Entrance Lobby

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l The Office Space

Meeting Room

The existing building’s columns are really beautiful. The lower interior wall can allow people to see the existing beautiful columns. Walls designed like the Obi establish each space: the open office, the private office space, the meeting space, the eating space, the yoga space, and the reception space. I applied different materials for three meeting rooms to make a distinguish.

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SHARED WORKSPACE

I provided the individual workspace, so p e o p le ca n u s e t h e s e se ats whe n the y w a n t t o fo cu s o n t h e ir task o r whe n they want to call their clients. The color scheme of materials is based on natural and whitish. 40


Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l The Office Space

Private Offices

Individual Focus Seats

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida 6.Library Area

5.Staff area

3.Eating Space

4.Classroom

2.Outdoor Open Play Area

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1.Indoor Open Play Are


Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l The Childcare Space

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Eating Space ---

H

Kitchen

G ---

Restroom

Each classroom's wall has holes. Students

Classroom for 1-3years Eating Space

Classroom for 4-5years

F

can communicate with students from other

Nurse room

Staff Area

Playground

Outdoor Playground

classes. Natural light comes through these

E -

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Locker room

C Elevator Classroom for 3-4years

holes into the classrooms. I designed seats on the holes, and students can sit down on those seats.

Lobby Baby room

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Restroom

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Spatial Design l Riko Yoshida

Library Corridor

Childcare Library Bookshelf •

Contains San Francisco elements

Eco-friendly furniture

Use mainly wood materials

Not using chemical paint

Indoor Playground

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l The Childcare Space

CHILDCARE SPACE

Children need to get exercise to reduce stress, so I provide a large area as an indoor playground. The staff can open the windows, and children can use the indoor playground and the outdoor playground at the same because they can be connected.

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SECTIONS

Section A-A’

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B

B’ B

Kitchen

G ---

Restroom

Classroom for 1-3years

B’

Eating Space

Classroom for 4-5years

F Nurse room

Staff Area

Playground

Outdoor Playground

E -

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Locker room

A

A’ A

C Elevator Classroom for 3-4years

Lobby Baby room

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Restroom

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Shared Work Space and Childcare Space OBI l Sections

Section B-B’ On the 1st Floor (The Shared Workspace), I provide lower walls for the meeting rooms, the private offices, and the individual seats. Taller walls are used for the Eating Space, Storage, Restroom, and Yoga/Nap Space. On the 2nd Floor(The Childcare Space), I provide a lower wall for the Eating Space and taller walls for the Classrooms. I designed sky holes on the ceiling to get a natural sunlight. . 47


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THREE Interior Design Studio Class Architecture Design Project

Instractor / Tobi Adamolekun 49


Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

Bay Club SF Tennis

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Bay Club SF Tennis

Bay Club SF Tennis

This project is an Architecture project for the Bay Club SF Tennis in the SOMA Area in San Francisco. The new building should contain the Tennis Club, which has twelve tennis courts, the shared workspace for six start-up companies, and the short-term residential space for tennis club users. I used sustainable methods for this project and considered the relationship between the site and the building.

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

N 345°

15°

330°

30

10° 315° 20°

30° 300° 40°

1st Jun

50° 1st May 60°

285°

70° 80°

1st Apr 270°

1st Mar

255°

1st Feb

1st Jan 240°

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165° 180°

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Site Analysis

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45°

60° 1st Jul

1st Aug

75° 1st Sep

5th Street, San Francisco, CA

90 1st Oc

The site is 300’ x 240’ and the height limit is 50 feet height in this area. People can access the site by Caltrain, by bus, by bicycle, and

105° 1st Nov

by car. People who work downtown can even walk there in ten minutes. This site is located in the industrial area and

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1st Dec

there are no high buildings, so the building can

120°

receive a plenty of sunlight from the South all year round. The Wind comes from both the ocean and the bay. This site is between two

135°

freeways 80 and 280, so noise comes from them.

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

The instructor gave the students a list of abstract words for the concept, and I picked "FOLD" for my project. This building contains many functions, so the structure of the building based on the concept " FOLD" the concept create multiple spaces because of the folding.

CONCEPT 54


Bay Club SF Tennis l Mood Board

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D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T Desk

Storage 300 sq ft Bathroom 200 sq ft

Exercise room 400 sq ft

Small kitchen 100 sq ft

14Tennis Courts

Staff room 700 sq ft

Gym 800 sq ft

Office 1,600 sq ft

Dining room 300 sq ft

Storage 100 sq ft

Reception &Lobby 500 sq ft Restroom 200 sq ft

Locker room 700 sq ft

Shower room 400 sq ft

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Mail space

Shop 400 sq ft

Cafe 400 sq ft

Main Entrance

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Design Development

I started the design development with the bubble diagrams of each space in the Tennis Club, the Shared Work Space, and the Residential Space because this building consists of many functions. I consider the relationship between

Colling space

each space and I considered how each space connects to the others, and finally I thought

space

about how people will circulate through the spaces.

Copy machine Scan machine

I took into account which methods can be used to make use of the available sunlight as well as the green space, and I considered how to maximize air circulation.

Focus Area 200 sq ft Wshing machine

Drying machine

Relax space

Bathroom Bed space

Study space

Meeting room 800 sq ft

Circulation

Kitchen

Staff Circulation Egress Security Control Required

Laundry 200 sq ft

Acoustic Control Required Sun light

Small kitchen system

eception 00 sq ft

Water supplys Green rooftop

Staff room 70 sq ft

Micro-Units 900 sq ft

Air Circulation Electricity

Office 180 sq ft

Mail space

Desk space

Lobby 100 sq ft Storage 50 sq ft

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T First, I started to design with a block study of each space. I provided the vertical circulation core in the center of this building. I put seven tennis courts on the first floor and designed the main entrance at the corner of Brannan Street and 5th Street because people can access this building from both sides and find the entrance easily even if they drive cars.

=Core Space Reception,Main circulation, Cafe, Shop, Storage =Tennis courts space Inside/Outside =Office Space =Residential Space

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Design Development

I came up with the idea to put the Shared Work Space and the Residential Space on the fifth floor and the sixth floor. Users of these spaces can have a nice view from this building and have sunlight. I also designed those floors like a staircase to get sunlight on

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D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T

The vertical core space contains the Lobby, the Tennis Club Office, the Locker Rooms (Lady’s and Men’s), and the Cafe/Restaurant. People can use the elevators and stairs to access the upper floors. I tried to design each floor to interact with another. The structure’s floor and ceiling connect to each other and establishes spaces because of the folding.

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Design Development

Tennis Club

Shared Office Cafe/ Restaurant

Tennis Club Residence

Tennis Club

Locker Room Lobby

Bus

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Gym Entrance/Reception

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FLOOR PLANS

Lobby/Reception Tennis club officew Tennis Courts

5th st

Courtyard

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Brannan st

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Floor Plans

Waiting Space Gym

Ladies’ Locker Room

2 3

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

Men’s Locker Room

DN

Shared Office Lobby Residence Tennis court Terrace UP UP

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Floor Plans Shared Work Space Meeting Area Restaurant Residence Tennis courts

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Tennis Courts

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SUS TAINABLE METHODS

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Bay Club SF Tennis l Sustainable Methods

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Level 7 70' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0" 5' - 0"

Level 5 40' - 0"

Level 4 30' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

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Level 7 70' - 0"

Level 6 55' - 0"

Level 5 40' - 0"

Level 4 30' - 0"

Level 3 20' - 0"

Level 2 10' - 0"

Level 1 0' - 0"

=Sun path =Cool Air =Hot Air

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

ENTRANCE LOBBY

There are a reception desk and security in the lobby. People can ask for information there. Visitors can see the tennis court from the lobby.

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Bay Club SF Tennis l The Entrance Lobby

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Bay Club SF Tennis l The Tennis Club

TENNIS CLUB COURTYARD

Tennis club users can take a short break in this courtyard. Users change clothes in the locker rooms and access the indoor tennis courts by the stairs. A glass ceiling allows the space to get natural sunlight.

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

The Shared work space for six start-up companies is on the fifth Floor. The glass wall is parallel with the Brannan Street, so people have a view of San Francisco DownTown. I designed three conference rooms above the Open Working Space, and people can use the big stair space for a casual meeting or a phone call.

SHARED WORKSPACE

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Bay Club SF Tennis l The Shared Office

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Interior Design Studio l Riko Yoshida

Short Term Residential Space is on the fifth floor and the sixth floor. Users of the tennis club can stay in these rooms. I used sustainable materials for the walls, the carpet, the tiles, and the paintings.

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Bay Club SF Tennis l The Residence

SHORT TERM RESIDENTIAL SPACE

Prefabricated Pallet Wood Wall Panels

SORONA® sustainable carpet

By Lumber Co.

By Dupont

Natura® Zero VOC and Zero Emissions* Paint By Benjamin Moore

Acoustic Fiber Ceiling By Armstrong

Hardy Organic Hemp From O Ecotextiles By Emily Todhunter

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FOUR Retail Design Class Office Design Project

Instractor / Serena Zanello 77


Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

Design Milk

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Design Milk

Design Milk

Design Milk is an online magazine dedicated to a wide range of the newest designs from all over the world. They work from their homes or wherever they wish, buy the team expects to see a physical space where the team can communicate, rest, work, hold events, etc. This office contains a showroom and pop-up store. Design Milk can share the place with artists and designers. Those spaces can be used for design or tech events. Design Milk can extend their potential of the online design magazine and collaborate with many artists.

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1500 Burke Ave, San Francisco, CA

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Design Milk l Site Analysis

India Basin, San Francisco The history of India Basin is a curious combination of industry and open space, business and pleasure. The best guess is that India Basin is named for the ships from the India Rice Mill Company, which docked there in the 19th century. The area has a strong community and many people are members of the India Basin Neighborhood Association (IBNA). India Basin is the only Natural Area within the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department (SFRPD) system that borders on San Francisco Bay. As the only Natural Area adjacent to the Bay, India Basin has high unique natural resource and recreational values that include: recreational trail use on a segment of the Park

Bay Trail; shoreline access to the Bay for fishing, kayaking, and other water-dependent recreation; one of only a few tidal salt marsh

Pier

wetlands in the City.

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

Office Design concept is "Milk shake". Milk is white and people can add the flavor to it. Art and design are the flavor of Design Milk like a milk shake and changes the color. Each Interior space has a different color depending upon on the function.

CONCEPT 82


Design Milk l Mood Board

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D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T Kitchen

Conference Room Storage

Restroom

Storage

Breaknig Area

Open Office Showroom Open Office

Pop-Up Store

Showroom

Kitchen

Restroom Conference Room Pop-Up Store

Breaknig Area

Meeting Space

Entrance

Meeting Space

Functions Entrance 1F Bubble Diagram

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2F Bubble Diagram

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Reception Meeting Space Pop-up Store Showroom Open Office Space

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Conference Room Kitchen Breaking Area Restroom Storage


Design Milk l Design Development

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DESIGN MILK FIRST FLOOR 1 Level 1 11x17 1/8" = 1'-0"

B 91' - 8"

1' - 0"

R

❹ R 20' - 0"

6' - 0"

B"

Floor Programing

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6' - 0" 0' - 4"

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11' - 3 1/2"

R1 5' 0"

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Burke Avenue

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6' - 10 1/2"

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A"

1st Floor Plan 1/16" =1'-0"

Circulation Path

❶ Entrance

❺ Restroom

Visitor

❷ Meeting Space

❻ Storage

Employee

❸ Showroom

❼ Garage Door for showroom

Exit Sign

❹ Event Space

❽ Small Garden

Property line

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Design Milk l Floor Plan & Floor Finish

I designed the Meeting Space, the Showroom, the

Design Milk can hold parties and design events in

the first floor. Walls are curved and establish each

designers, artists and Art startup companies.

Event Space, the Restroom, and the Storage on space.

I provided some small gardens becase the site is located in the industial area, where there are no

parks. The Design Milk staff can use the Meeting Space for their business meetings with clients

the Event Space. Design Milk can rent this space to The floor finish is Trowel Finish concrete because

many people can directly access this floor from

outside. I also used Caribbean Beach Pebbles for the small gardens.

and designers. Showrooms can display design/art products from their website.

1st Floor Finish Plan 1/16" =1'-0"

K&R Concrete Inc. Standard Hard Trowel Finish

ANN SACKS Liaison by Kelly Wearstler Mosaics SKU: AS15795 9.409" x 9.409" x 0.394"

Rain Forest 3 in. to 5 in., 30 lb. Large Egg Rock Caribbean Beach Pebbles (30-Pack Pallet)

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The entrance is an open ceiling space. Small gardens allow the first floor to get natural light. People can access the Meeting Space and the Showroom easily from the entrance.

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Design Milk l Entrance

DESIGN MILK ENTRANCE LOBBY

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

I designed the display case to look like milk cartons. I put the "Design Milk" logo on the top pf the carton. The holes in the wall are inspired by the patterns of black spots on a cow. The sides of the walls are done in milk shake colors. 90


Design Milk l Display

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C1 STEELCASE

FURNITURE

COALESSE POTREO415 BOAT SHAPED 54''D' 120''W

S1 OFFECCT

CARRY ON STOOL (maharam Bright Cube by Scholten & Baijings 466329–002 Coral)

S2 OFFECCT

CARRY ON STOOL (maharam Bright Cube by Scholten & Baijings 466329–001 Crush)

S3 OFFECCT T1 STEELCASE

CARRY ON STOOL (maharam Bright Cube by Scholten & Baijings 466329–004 Glo)

COALESSE SW_1 CONFERENCE SEATING

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Burke Avenue

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1st Floor Furniture Plan 1/16" =1'-0"

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Design Milk l Furniture Plan & Lighting Plan

A1 ZUMTOBEL

P1 PIGEON TOE

A1 NUVO TH200

P2 PIGEON TOE

LIGHTING

E1 Mizar

BEADED PENDANT LAMP : SPHERES

Recessed Down Light LED PANOS infinity L

1-Light R20 Track Lighting Head Straight Cylinder

INC FIS T L3 X Incasso fisso tondo calpestabile - 3 LED

BEADED PENDANT LAMP : SPHERES

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

EVENT SPACE Design Milk can use this space for their special presentation. Designers, artists and art startup companies can use this space as well. Design Milk can invest in collaboration products with them.

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Design Milk l Event Space

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DESIGN MILK SECOND FLOOR 1 Level 2 11x17 1/8" = 1'-0"

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Circulation Path

⓫ Sofa Space

⓮ Dining Space

Employee

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⓯ Kitchen

Exit Sign

⓭ Idea Discussion Space

⓰ Conferense Room

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Design Milk l Floor Plan & Floor Finish

I designed the Open Working Space, the Conference Room, the Sofa Space, the Idea Discussion Space,

The Dining Space, and the Kitchen on the second

floor. People access the Second Floor by a stair and an elevator.

I applied the custom carpet from BOLON because it

can serve as acoustic insulation. I picked the pattern

and put three different colors to make a gradation on the floor from the Open Working Space to the Conference Room.

2nd Floor Finish Plan 1/16" =1'-0"

BOLON CUSTOM CARPET PATTERN:SCALE Artisan - Ivory 103 591 22.5inx22.5in

BOLON CUSTOM CARPET PATTERN:SCALE NOW - Silver 102 818 22.5inx22.5in

BOLON CUSTOM CARPET PATTERN:SCALE BKB - Trend Metallic Gamma 102 800 22.5inx22.5in

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Design Milk l Office

OFFICE The Open Working Space can get sunlight from the skylight. The Design Milk staff can discuss new ideas and write them on the wall at the Idea Discussion Area.

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C2 SABCAL COLLAR

SF1 OFFECCT BLOCKS

T2 STEELCASE COALESSE

C3 HAWORTH

SF2OFFECT BLOCKS

T3 SWEDESE BESPOKE

SF3OFFECT BLOCKS

T4 FREDERIK KURZWEG

CHAIR WOODEN FEET

FURNITURE

EASY CHAIR

ZODY CHAIR

POTREO415 BOAT SHAPED 54''D' 144''W

DIMENSIONS CORNER

FS1 HAWORTH WORK

FURNITURE SYSTEM IDEA STARTER 80

W248mm x D128mm x H 110mm

DIMENSIONS CORNER

DESIGN STUDIO KINZO TABLE ø 60 x 42 / 32

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Design Milk l Furniture Plan & Lighting Plan

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Recessed Down Light LED PANOS infinity L

LIGHTING

JUNIT LAMP "DROP"

1-Light R20 Track Lighting Head Straight Cylinder

JUNIT LAMP "MENTIS"

JUNIT LAMP "CRESCENT"

Stampa (New 2015) Cate & Nelson 800mm

JUNIT LAMP "COLUMN"

JUNIT LAMP "RECORD"

Tint (New 2015) by Fredrik Mattson

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Retail Design l Riko Yoshida

SECTIONS

A-A' Section

B-B' Section 102


Design Milk l Sections & Flacade Design

FACADE 103


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FIVE Material Design Class Resrautant Design Project

Instractor / Stephanie Smith-Haenel 105


Material Design l Riko Yoshida

Ella’s Restaurant

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Ella’s Restaurant

Ella’s Restaurant

This is a restauran design project for Ella’s Restaurant in the Laurel Hights. This restaurant has been a well-known restaurant in this area for two decades. It’s friendly and casual atmosphere invites residents and tourists who enjoy eating there.

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Ella’s Restaurant l Site Analysis

500 Presidio Ave, San Francisco, CA It is very accessible and people can get there from anywhere in the district in just ten minutes by a car. People also can access to there by a bus. This area is combined commercial area and residential area. Many single people or retired couples in about this area. There are a few cafe/dining spaces, but no bars. Ella’s provides a bar and dining space for night time.

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Material Design l Riko Yoshida

The concept is “Ella’s House”. People vist this restaurant and feel as if they are Ella’s friends. The owner of this restaurant, Ella prepares brunch for her friends. I divided the restaurant into three big spaces. TheNorth side room(Room1) is a livingdining room. The middle space(Room2) is the entrance space. The South side room(Room3) is the lounge area. I used wooden materials for the walls to establish a home atmosphere. I used bright color scheme for Room1. I used a green color scheme to connect to harmonize with the outside nature for Room2. I used a chic dark color scheme for Room3.

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Ella’s Restaurant l Mood Board

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D ES I G N DEVEL OPME N T Storage

Restroom

Bar Counter

Kitchen

Living Room

Espresso Server

Lounge Room

Pastry Display

Casher

Entrance

Functions • • • • •

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Entrance Casher Pastry Dispay Espresso Server Restroom

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Living Room Louge Room Bar Counter Kitchen Storage


Ella’s Restaurant l Design Development

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Ella’s Restaurant

ELLA’S R E ST AU R A NT

The entrance has multiple functions, it has a waiting space, a cashier space, and a pastry as well as an espresso serving space. The color scheme of this space is bright green, which was inspired by the surrounding environment of this site.

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Material Design l Riko Yoshida

I picked materials for this restaurant based on each rooms’ concept: the Dining Room, the Entrance, and the Lounge Room.

FLOOR PLAN

The dining room has bright colors, such as white and blue. The entrance has warm colors, like mint green. I provided dark and warm wooden colors for the Lounge room.

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Ella’s Restaurant l Floor Plan & Materials

W1 White Oak Hardboard Wall Panel #5013010

T1 Artistic Hand Painted Repetitive Pattern Tile #RPXX290

T3 Athos Bulcão Bathroom Tiles

F1 CLASSEN PREMIUM FRESCO 25964 8mm Laminate Flooring #25964

F2 Reclaimed engineered Parquet herringbone plank oak floor #45430

P1 ECO's Paint GREEN SONG (0762)

T2 Honed Marble MeshMounted Mosaic Tile #SMOT-ARA-2OCT

W2 Walnut Hardboard Wall Panel #5684800

T3 Custom marble counter

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LIVING ROOM

The concept of the north side room is based on the idea that space will be like Ella’s living room. The color of the walls and the ceiling is bright white. The material used for the floor is rustic plank wood. I picked blue artistic tiles the color of which is inspired by the ocean. I provided a big dining table in the center of the room. People have brunch and feel the home atmosphere in this room.

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Ella’s Restaurant l Dining Room

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Material Design l Riko Yoshida

CEILING MATERIALS

CL1 White Oak Hardboard Wall Panel #5013010

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CL2 Custom Fiber Acoustic Ceiling panel

CL3 Walnut Hardboard Wall Panel #5684800


Ella’s Restaurant l RCP Plan & Lightings

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D1 Candle Wall Sconce #897899-2

A1 Factory Modern #No. 4 Pendant

CF1 Blade Indoor Ceiling Fan #C205

A2 Burn Light Wheeler™ Esso Wall Sconce

D1 dafür Lefliving #Z-5000806

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Ledra Chroma R 6.5W 60 Deg 3000K Recessed Downlight #138050MC/ FL3BRC186753

Wheeler™ Esso Wall Sconce SWH

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D2 Anita Triple Candle #WS5.TC

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FURNITURE

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Aribaba

Andreu World

Andreu World

Mid Century Inspired Solid

Soft bench seat

Nub

Nub

Walnut 90" Dining Table

#SO-103

#SO1434

#SO1420


Ella’s Restaurant l Furniture

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Hesprechungstisch HMB

Vanguard Vintage Style

Andreu World Brandy

Media Quadra

Stool

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Field 222 Cat.4

Cava 3/794 Cat.4

Andreu World Brandy

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Ella’s Restaurant l Lounge Room

Ella’s Restaurant starts to serve alcohol at night during dinner time. I used dark walnut panels for this room. I designed the double ceiling to make the bar counter stand out. The upper ceiling tiles work to improve the acoustic in the room.

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COUNTER DESIGN

Shelves for a liqueur.

Casher.

Display for a pastry.

Beer servers.

I designed the bar counter as the main feature of this restaurant. This counter has a bar, a cash register, and a display case for pastries.

Marble

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Walnut

Copper


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SIX Watercolor Drawings Photoshop Perspective 3Ds Max Modeling Pencil Drawings

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Drawings l Riko Yoshida

Drawings

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Drawings

Drawings

I come up with the ideas for the Interior Design Projects from my watercolor and pencil drawings. Here are perspective drawings which show my skills with Photoshop and 3Ds Max. In addition, I have pencil drawings and watercolor paintings.

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Drawings

WATERCOLOR PERSPECTIVE

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PHOTOSHOP PERSPECTIVE

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3Ds MAX PERSPECTIVE

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Drawings

Watercolor Renderings

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Thank You I would like to thank all of the people who have helped me. I am the happiest girl and I am lucky to have such a great family in my life. You always supported and helped me to pursue my dream. I couldn’t have accomplished these design works without your support and love. I also would like to say thank you to the instructors, ELS supporters, and classmates in Academy of Art University. You gave me a new perspective on design and prepared me for the next stage in life. I was able to open my eyes to new ways to approach the projects. To my friends in Academy of Art University , you have given me wonderful times in SF and amazing memories. I have been able to get great inspiration from the time with you guys. To my boss and coworkers from the internship companies and the professional designers who gave me advice, I really appreciate your kindness and advice on my future decisions. I promise you I will do my best as a designer. Thank you so much, I love you guys:)

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