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KAPOR CENTER SCHOOL OF MUSIC & C R E AT I V E R O B OT I C S PROVIDING AN EQUAL ENVIRONMENT FOR MUSIC L E A R N I N G T H R O U G H T E C H N O LO GY Kap o r Cen t er Sc h o o l o f M u s i c & C reat i v e Ro b o t i c s s t ri v es t o o ff er a f ac i l i t y t h at u n i te s the loc al c o m m u n i t y t h ro u g h m u s i c an d c reat i v e s t u d i es . Th e c o n c ep t o f t h e p ro j ec t t i e s w i th the idea o f am p l i f i c at i o n , u t i l i z i n g t ec h n o l o g y t o m ake u n d errep res en t ed p eo p l e h av e the i r ow n plat f o rm t o s h are t h ei r c reat i v i t y t o t h e s o c i et y. Th e d es i g n i s i n s p i red b y s o u n d w a v e s , that cou l d f l o w t h ro u g h n o t j u s t t h e b u i l d i n g , b u t en g ag i n g t h e o u t s i d e t o w ard s t h e s t ree ts a s w e l l .


MUSICAL HANGOUTS

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SITE INFORMATION

R.O.W. / 19th St. BART Station Entrance/Exit

The site is located at uptown Oakland, which

1725-1733 Broadway Facade

has an extremely active art and music scene. A block-wide event which is held every first Friday of the month, that celebrates local art, music, and food. The Oakland School of the Arts, which focuses on performing arts, surrounds the Fox Oakland Theater. With the Paramount Theater also near the neighborhood, the community creates a creative and passionate vibe. Several world-known artists, rappers, and musicians are

KAPOR CENTER SCHOOL OF MUSIC & CREATIVE ROBOTICS

based in Oakland, and has successfully gained fame through their exceptional work. The music scene in Oakland has always been the frontline of blues, jazz, R&B, and hip hop music. There is even a specific genre called “Hyphy” dedicated to

rap

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Oakland. The site address is located between 1725-1733 Broadway, which occurs in two buildings with a R.O.W. in between, including an entrnace/ exit from the 19th St. ADDRESS: 1725-1733 BROADWAY, OAKLAND CA 94612

K A P O R C E N T E R | S I T E A N A LY S I S & R E S E A R C H

BART station.


ROW / OPEN PERFORMANCE HALL

The reasearch of Oakland inspired the concept: Amplification. The concept board is a collection of images that visually communicates the idea of amplifications through forms, colors, atmospheric qualities, and patterns. The concept of amplification could be found applied in the multiple aspects of the project such as space planning, circulation, air flow, and acoustic strategies.

KAPOR CENTER | CONCEPT BOARD & RENDERINGS

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LOUD

M O D E R AT E

QUIET

These sketches shows the concept of amplification that is applied to the spatial layout. The idea of amlifying sound towards the upper levels and the exterior world is what inspired this design. This section diagram marks out zones according to how sound would travel through the entire building.

KAPOR CENTER | CONCEPT SKETCHES & DIAGRAM


AUGMENT HALL

The mood board supports the space design, the materiality, and the lighting aesthetics of the project. The images conveys a curvilinear and sophistacated feel that ties with the concept of sound and music.

KAPOR CENTER | MOOD BOARD & RENDERINGS

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LEVEL 1

LEVEL 2

K A P O R C E N T E R | B U B B L E D I A G R A M S & P R O G R A M M AT I C L AYO U T S K E TC H E S

LEVEL 3

LEVEL 4


PRACTICE ROOM

PRACTICE ROOM

LOCKERS

PRACTICE ROOM

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UP HUB

TOILET UP

MUSICAL HANGOUTS

AUGMENT HALL

CLASSROOM UP DOWN

SECOND FLOOR PLAN

TOILET

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PROGRAMMING WORKSHOP

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ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE TEST AREA

QUIET SPACE

CREATIVE ANDROID RESEARCH LAB

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OPEN PERFORMANCE HALL BACK OF HOUSE

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LOUNGE

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RECORDING STUDIO 2

MEETING

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THIRD FLOOR PLAN

TOILET

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MDF CREATIVE ANDROID ASSEMBLY

CNC UP

CNC LASER CUT

LASER CUT

PHYSICAL MODEL DEMONSTRATION AREA

AUGMENT HALL


KAPOR CENTER | REFLECTED CEILING PLANS

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F l o ren c e K no ll Co ff ee Table K n o ll

Cadmo Wall A rt e mide

P latn er Eas y C h ai r Knoll

I n t h e W i n d Pen d an t H o ri z o n t al N em o

SECTION A

KAPOR CENTER | SECTIONS & FURNITURE / LIGHTING SELECTIONS

Pl at n er Si d e Tab l e Knoll

S eati n g Ston e s Wa l te r K n ol l

SECTION B

Wa s hi n g ton S ke l e ton Al u m i n u m S i d e Cha i r K n ol l


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B o et St o o l H i g h t o w er

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Rai n St u d i o I t al i a D es i g n

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M a g i s B a g u e tte Ta b l e Herman Miller

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SECTION D

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1, 4: AUGMENT HALL 2: TOP FLOOR LOUNGE

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3: OUTDOOR EVENT SPACE / TERRACE 5: ROW / 19TH ST BART ENTRANCE 6: MUSICAL HANGOUTS 7: CAFE / café da música 8: OPEN PERFORMANCE HALL

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KAPOR CENTER | RENDERINGS & AXONOMETRIC VIEW


OPEN PERFORMENCE HALL

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OZONE OFFICE ZONE EVERYWHERE Th e f u t u re o f o ff i c e w o rk i n g s h o u l d b e eas i er t h an ev er. We p ro j ec t t h at i n the f u tu re , work z o n es are m o re f l ex i b l e an d w i rel es s . Th ere w i l l

b e m o re c as u al c ol l i s i on s

am o n g o ff i c e w o rkers t o s p ark m o re c reat i v e i d eas . Oz o n e d ec en t ral i z es h ead q u a rte r s , s o u s ers c an t rav el l es s w h en t h ey c o m m u t e. Th i s w i l l res u l t i n t h e m o re eff e c ti v e u s e of t i m e an d m o re n et w o rks b u i l t i n t h e i n d u s t ry. Th e f u rn i t u re s o l u t i o n s p rov i d e the opp o rt u n i t y t o f o c u s o n h ead s d o w n w o rk , b u t al s o en c o u rag es p eo p l e t o sha re a n d con n ec t i d eas w i t h o t h ers . Th e c o n c ep t s t ren g t h en s t h e b o n d o f c o m m u ni ti e s a n d n e i g h b o rh o o d s w h i l e p ro v i d i n g a c o n v en i en t w ay f o r p eo p l e t o w o rk an d s oc i a l i ze .


INTERIOR RENDER

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Ozone The mood board inspires the overall color theme, which was derived from the concept. It creates a calm and neutral tone that could easily fit within the urban environment. The brand seeks to create a neutral zone for people from all backgrounds to form a community of their own that sparks creative ideas in the working environment.

OZONE | BRAND & MOOD BOARD


4’ - 0”

4’ - 0”

4’ - 0”

2‘ - 5“

2‘ - 5“

ATOM

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2’ - 0”

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• Individual workstations for high productivity

• Collaborating Smart Desks for professional and

• Movable Power Replenishing solution for Atom

• Highly adjustable according to user’s physique and preference • Information Syncronization on Cloud with IoT

casual use

MOLECULE

and Molecule

• Highly movable and versatilez

• Magnetic connection between all furnitures

• Information Syncronization on Cloud with IoT

• Recharges when connected to walls • Small desktop to put items

CHA R GER

OZONE | FURNITURE SOLUTIONS

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Large Group

Small Group

O Z O N E | F L O O R P L A N & A LT E R N A T E F U R N I T U R E L A Y O U T S


The circulation plan also surrounds the The lighting strategy celebraates the

idea of casual collision. The pathways

gathering of people. Using the bar as a

hints the gathering and dispersing

focal point, the lighting guides users to

of people while maintaining enough

join in the center area.

room for egress.

OZO N E | L I G H T I N G , C I R C U L AT I O N , S E C T I O N

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INTERIOR RENDER


INTERIOR RENDER

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Explores the spatial quality of a single unit. Creating space using depth, layering, and rotating.

Inspired by diamond shapes, patterning into a circular fashion.

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T H E C R O S S | S U R FAC E M A N I P U L AT I O N S : T I L E M O D E L I N G

Thinking about the connections of future aggregation of the tile design. Introducing circular elements and angled extrusion.

Using a simple tessellation geometry to create a seamless pattern, while angling the surface to create depth.


MODULE DESIGN

MODULE TOP VIEW

MODULE SIDE VIEW

BACKING AGGREGATION DIAGRAM

AGGREGATION

INSULATION 5/8” GYPSUM BOARD GLUE BACKBOARD BASSWOOD

T H E C R O S S | G E O M E T R I C C O M P O S I T I O N : A G G R E G AT I O N

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Playing with the gradient of monochromatic colors and trying an entire different way of patterning.

Keeping a clean and clear color palette while maintaining the variety of colors.

T H E C R O S S | PAT T E R N D E S I G N & FA B R I C P R I N T I N G

Using bending and offsetting tools in rhino to create an illusion of movement.

Using the same technique to create movement visually, but I chose a cooler color to achieve a subtler feel.


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DRIFT S PA & W E L L N E S S R E T R E AT DR I FT em b rac es t h ree m ai n c o n c ep t s : Reg en erat i o n , Fl o at at i o n , an d Co l o r C h an g e . The s e ideas are d eri v ed t h ro u g h t h e res earc h o n z eb raf i s h s t em c el l s , c o c o n u t , an d c ep ha l op od s . Th e m at eri al c h o i c e an d s p ac e d es i g n ai m s t o c reat e a rel ax i n g at m o s p h ere f o r t he hu m a n bod y an d m i n d t o reg en erat e. Th e arc h i t ec t u ral an d el em en t s i n t h e b u i l d i n g l arg e l y f oc u s e s on t h e c o n c ep t o f f l o at at i o n , w h i c h i s i n s p i red b y h o w c o c o n u t s f l o at f ro m o n e p l ac e to a n othe r. By i n t ro d u c i n g f ree f o rm s t ru c t u res an d l ev el h ei g h t c h an g es , i t p ro v i d es p eo p l e a n e w pe rs p ec t i v e w i t h t h e i d ea o f f l o at at i o n . Th e l i g h t i n g s t rat eg y i s i n s p i red b y c o l o r c h a n g i n g i n ce p h al o p o d s t h at c h an g es t h ei r s k i n c o l o rs t o ad ap t t o d i ff eren t en v i ro n m en t s . The c on c e p t in form s d i ff eren t p ro g ram s t h at u t i l i z es c o l o red g l as s t o c o n s t ru c t i m m ers i v e s p a c e s . I t exp l o i t s c o l o rs t o d ef i n e eac h p ro g ram w h i l e rem ai n i n g a c o n s i s t en t s t y l e t o t h e o v era l l d e s i g n .


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CE L L S Zebrafish have the ability to regenerate their heart and lateral line hair cells during their larval stages. Zebrafish have also been found to regenerate photoreceptor cells and retinal neurons following injury. Researchers frequently amputate the dorsal and ventral tail fins and analyze their regrowth to test for mutations. It has been found that histone demethylation occurs at the site of the amputation, switching the zebrafish’s cells to an “active”, regenerative, stem cell-like state.

PO D S The coconut tree (Cocos nucifera) is a member of the palm tree family (Arecaceae) and the only living species of the genus Cocos. The term “coconut” (or the archaic “cocoanut”) can refer to the whole coconut palm, the seed, or the fruit, which botanically is a drupe, not a nut. The term is derived from the 16th-century Portuguese and Spanish word coco meaning “head” or “skull” after the three indentations on the coconut shell that resemble facial features.

SI GN AL S Color change can be separated into changes that occur during growth and development, and those triggered by mood, social context, or abiotic factors such as temperature. The latter are seen in many taxa. Some cephalopods, such as the octopus and the cuttlefish, have specialized skin cells (chromatophores) that can change the apparent colour, opacity, and reflectiveness of their skin. In addition to their use for camouflage, rapid changes in skin color are used while hunting and in courtship rituals.

DRIFT | RESEARCH, SITE DESCRIPTION & CONCEPTUAL MODEL SKETCHES

LOCATION: The site is located at the bay of Singapore, an island country in the Southeast Asia. The citystate has one of the most highly developed market economies in the world, and it is also home to 5.6 million residents. Singapore has a tropical rainforest climate, with the temparature ranging from 22 to 35 °C (72 to 95 °F).


RE G E N E R AT I O N

F LOAT

COLOR CHA NGE

The concept of regeneration inspired the material choice of this model. Magnetic fields allows iron filing to form and reform into dynamic structures within a space. The double layered design allows the magnet to move, which continuously changes the magnetic field in the model.

Taking the concept of floating from coconuts, this model creates a structure within the exterior that floats. It shows using water as a design element by letting it support the interior structure. The pieces inside the inner model signifies the seeds of plants, which still indicates that this entire model is a pod.

The color changing research inspired this model design. While consistently maintaining the double layered design, the different colors of the material allows light to create different colors of shadow according to which angle the model is placed. The multiple colors of acrylic filters the light and it blends to create different colors when seen through.

DRIFT | CONCEPTUAL MODELS

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Private Bedroom Rooms/Meditation Rooms 325 sq ft min. / 1950 sq ft

Retail/Spa Boutique: 400 sq ft Wet Treatment Room: 80-100 sq ft

Women’s Locker Room 800 sq ft Men’s Locker Room 800 sq ft

LOCATION: The site is located at Palau, an island country located in the western Pacific Ocean. The country contains approximately 340 islands, forming the western chain of the Caroline Islands in Micronesia, and has an area of 466 square kilometers (180 sq mi). The most populous island is Koror. The capital Ngerulmud is located on the nearby island of Babeldaob, in Melekeok State. Palau shares maritime boundaries with the Philippines, Indonesia, and the Federated States of Micronesia.

Common Swimming Pool: No size requirement / Maybe more than one

Fitness Equipment Studio 500 sq ft min.

Reception Desk & Welcome Area 600 sq ft

Administrative Office: 300 sq ft Dry Treatment Room: 80-100 sq ft

Chef’s Kitchen & Dining Facilities: 1400 sq ft min.

D R I F T | P R OJ E C T S I T E D E S C R I P T I O N & P R O G R A M M AT I C B U B B L E D I A G R A M

Storage Areas/Laundry Room: 200 sq ft

Movement Studio: 1750 sq ft min.


To emphasize on the calmness and utilize the concept from the pod design, I used a neutral material like concrete to let the vibrant colors of glass be the main attraction. The water became an important element in the project, and was used as a design strategy to layout the programs.

D R I F T | C O N C E P T I M A G E S & S PAT I A L S E Q U E N C E I M A G E S

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DRIFT | PLANS & RENDERING

P R I VAT E G U E S T R O O M


KNOLL M R C HAI R

HI GHTOWER BOET STOOL

MO RO S O FJ O RD

MO RO S O BIKINI IS L AND

RE STO RAT IO N H ARD WARE TO RANO MARBLE RE CTANG U L AR D INING TABL E

KNO L L FLO RE NC E R EL A X ED B EN CH ES

KNO L L PAP E RC L IP TA B L E

DRIFT | SECTION & FURNITURE SELECTION

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LOBBY AREA


la flotte BISTRO

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MOVEMENT STUDIO


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